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POSTPONED [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
POSTPONED There will be no preaching at the Christian church tomorrow. Has been postponed one week— to Sunday, October 6th. A telegram from Rev. John C. Nay states that owing to ill health of Mrs. Nay it will not be possible for him to reach Imperial in time to preach ia the Christian church here tomorrow, as previously announced, bat says they will reach here sometime during the week, and he will conduct the opening services of the new chorch Sunday, October 6th.
SURVEYORS START THIS WAY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
SURVEYORS START THIS WAY THE SELECTED PARTY LEFT SAN DIEGO LAST FRIDAY Two Vacancies on the Committee Filled by H. P. Wood and Charles N. Clark IT now begins to look like the Imperial country in almost sure to have a railroad running across it, and that in a comparatively short time too. There's no further doubt in the minds of thinkpeople but that in this part of San Diego county is an enormous area of country that. in richness is not equalled on the foot stool, which is now under speedy headway of development, and which it is well know that within a very few years will furnish all the traffic that two well equipped railroads can possibly take care of. The early fruits and vegetables, melons and all kinds of feed stuffs that will be raised in this valley in abundance, will alone keep a railroad pretty busy, while the amount of cat* tie and hogs that this country will constantly send to outside markets will be more than' any one road can handle. With these existing conditions, the o...
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A CONDENSED REPORT OF THE WEEKS HAPPENINGS Accident to Governor Gis&lt; ~T*o Young Men in Trouble Prajurin^ for Scttlm — North Pacific Cowt Road to be Sold to the Utpce -Brake m»n Beaten — Etc Petaluma will receive $16,000 for a public library from Andrew Carnegie. Near Kingman last week a gang of tramps held up a Santa Fe freight train and robbed Brakkeman James Dobson nd beat him nearly to death. The robbers were captured by tho Sheriff aad posw» &lt;iad are now In the Kinsman Jail. Charles Mol-aughlin and Joseph Kennedy, two joung men. who, while ir.toxlcaied. tore down signs of mourn- • Ing in San Fraacis-oo were sentences ; to six months each In the County Jail by Police Judge Coalln. who strongly rebuked them la px«*ing sentence. Governor Gage was kicked by a horse at Nig liasln. a small town near Santa Crux last Saturday night The g-overnor was with the Big Basin commissioners and was preparing to mount h\h horse for the purpose of in- $ ■s...
Wife. Baby. Money and Friend Are Gone [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
Wife. Baby. Money and Friend Are Gone San Rrafael. Cal.— Joseph Francis; a well-to-do rancher of Olcma. came to \ this city and »were out a warrant for j the arrest of his wif&gt;. Uosle Francis. I and Manuel Brazil, charging them with grand larceny. He told a tale to the officers here that will Jar the .foundations of the local Portuguese colony of which all the parties are well-known members. Brazil and Francis have long been ! neighbors. According to Francis. Brazil Is indebted to him for over 1400. j Francis came here to see a lawyer about collecting the money. Wh'-n he returned home his wife. baby, all his money, and Brazil, had disappeared. He came here, procured the warrants | and. accompanied by Deputy Constable George Agnew. went to San Francisco to find the faithless ones. The search however, wa* fruitless .and the dospoiled husband returned to his deserted home. Francis claims that Brazil has long made goo-goo eye* at his wife. The fact that Brazil sold hU ranches...
NO POISON WAS FOUND [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
NO POISON WAS FOUND TMt Bll.UTS ANO RIWHVIW tolHI t IAMM D »ok ClfCMICAU District Attorney Penny and Staff Pre* pire for Trial of President McKinlry's Murder Which Occuis in Buffalo ilnffnlo, N. l .— The moat Important development In the Ctolgoaz case wan lac announcement that no poison had hern found on the bullets or revolver wl'.h which the anarchist as»*u»j»lnaUMl President McKlnloy. Chemical ami ttai-tcrioloclt-al examinations were mane. Another examination to determine tho actual mental condition of the prisoner was made this afternoon by Dr. (\ E. McDonnel the alienist, who wan brought here by the defense by the Krle County Bar association, and Dr. Arthur W. Hun), superintendent of the Buffalo State Hospital. The alienist* both declined to discuss the ctmo after the examination. Immediately after the death of tho President one of the staff of physicians expressed the opinion that the bullets may have been poisoned. District Attorney Penney ordered careful and thorough examina...
DAWSON CITIZEN MOBBED [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
DAWSON CITIZEN MOBBED Minen Handle a Supposed Anarchist Rather Roughly Vancouver. B. C— News was brought by the steamer Hating that a citizen of Dawson. supposed to be an anarchist, was given very rough usage at tho handft of a small mob on Dawson'fe streets on Wednesday afternoon. The dispatches relating to the death of President McKlnley had been received there early In the morning over the wire from Skaguay. Dawson Is a Canadian town, but probably more | than half of the population Is American and the grief of countrymen on both sldefc of the boundary line at the loss of the president was Intense. Everywhere was the feeling of regret and sorrow expressed. ! One man, a foreigner, whose name It | was impossible to learn, was bold and I foolish enough to say within the hearing of people on the street that the osjui*hl nation should have been carried out long ago. Two or threo miners in rough clothes,, but with warm hearts. Jumped at him. and dared him to repeat what they though had ...
Intjnc From Grief for Pmidcnt [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
Intjnc From Grief for Pmidcnt (*hlcano.— Sorrow over tho death of President McKlnley hn* had n marked effect on pernonft HUfferliiK from nervous nud brain diseases nnd has Increased (he number of caiea of Insanity. This condition wa» reflected In the court for the Insane at tho doten* lion hospital. Forty-four men and wo. men were brought Into court. County Physician Hunter Mild: "Every calarn* Ity which plungca the population Into sadncsa has n roost depressing effect upon persona Buffering from any nerve or brnln trouble, nnd tbo result Is Insanity. These attm-k*. In many Instance*, are ncuto In character, but yield to treatment.
Anirch'its Guard Paper [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
Anirch'its Guard Paper Spring Valley, 111.— Twenty anarchists, armed with double-barreled shotguns and 100 round.** of ammunition, arc standing guard over the office of I'Aurore, the notorious anarchist publication which expressed Joy at the murder of President McKlnley and satisfaction over the announcement that Czolgosz was an anarchist. Meanwhile fully 2000 citizen** of adjoin In tc towns have sent word to the authorities here that they are ready and anxious to start at a moment's no. ticc for this city and assist In the extermination of the "reds." The temper of the people here is at boiling point. The editor U In hiding. A committee w'll wait on the manager of the local coal company and Insist* that he discharge the anarchists In his employ, and the anarchists and their sympathizers, who number 700, threaten to hold a mass meeting. If they persist in this pain a riot Is almost certain to ensue.
IMMIGRATION OFFICIALS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
IMMIGRATION OFFICIALS To Meet to Discuss the Qucsticn of An* irchiit Exclusion Vftcouver. B. C— lion David Hcaly. United States Immigration Inspector, has received official advices from Washington stating that early next month a meeting of officials of the Washington department, as well as men In the service at the various borders, will be held to discuss the anarchist question. It Is the Intention to hold the meeting In one of the western American cities, either San Francisco or Salt I-ake, which will be easily available to every one. The purpose is to devise means to prevent the entry of anarchists and other persons dangerous to the community Into the United States. The matter is principally of Interest to New York and Atl*r.i',c Ben board officials, but the advice of all western officers who can attend will be taken, and will weight In the conclusions to be come to.
Clever Scheme of Thievei is Checked [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
Clever Scheme of Thieve i is Checked Pueblo, Col.— Hy obtaining a lucky pointer the local officers last week captured three men who wero about to work a clever scheme by which to K^t pos&amp;eiislon of a considerable share of the 1196,000 of today's payroll of the steel works of the Colorado Fuel and Iron company. They had printed and prepared countcrflelta of the pay checks to the amount of noveral thousand dollars and had arrangements mado to pass $3000 worth wnen detected and arrested. The men|&gt;* gavo fictitious names.
The Valley Over The busy folks and their movements [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
The Valley Over The busy folks and their movements 1,. Charles of KnniuiN Man been look* iiif? Into the future of the Ini|&gt;crinl country an a cattle feeding nection, and in very much plcancd with the outlook. Dr. A. C. SmiiluT, of I,«&gt;s Angeled, in here thin week, looking into the proapectn of the valley. He think* the country liana wonderfully bright future. \V. S. Pawcctt was here from Whitticr few days ago with a party of home seekers. While here he presented us with cash on subscription. T. W. Brodnax, L,. A Chandler and Win. Hrcnfack, of San Diego, are looking 1 over the Imperial country thin week. Mr. Hrodnax already has a piece of land in the valley. J. L. Watson of Highlands, was looking over the Imperial country faw days ago with view to locating. He has our thanks for cash on subscription. A. W. Wohlford, president of the Bank of E scon dido, was in the Imperial country seve/al days this week, and will likely invest considerable in lands here. Our tha...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
ILeroy Holtl iff Imperial, California, % m • * * iff m Dealer In % | General | I Merchandise | m ' # See us when you want to buy anything ~1(~ ffi Before placing your next order f %\»"\ Coming this way? 1 %£ X\\\ I then you are interested LL+t in knowing how to reach |# 1™ E Imperial Settlement,! i ™ New River Country! iS Take the 5. P. train \i || to Flowing We 115.... \\ a At this point you £et first class accommodations at the McCAUL- y % §5[ LEY HOUSE. G. W. McCaulley, the proprietor, runs a regular Jjj 9 staj^e line from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing Weells at W&amp; x« 7:30 a. m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning the follow- m&amp; *^ h\K days. £g S \ Special teams and rigs are also kept in readiness for any other day, gm 2s&lt; and will take you to any part of the country. The only direct route to the Carriso Creek oil fiilds west of Flowing Wells. This stage line is equipped with rigs and teams that are B|£ xgb unexcelled. »«£ p a P...
KITCHENER REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
KITCHENER REPORTS Lovad't Scouii Suffir \\a\y Lou in De* feme cf PjMJMje l*or. !«»n Tl.o War Office ha« rec«ivf.i the f :: «i:.c dispatch from IJotd Kitchener, dated Pretoria. Bep« t. ml i . 22: M Krlti!ngtr. t»h!l&lt;» rcJ:avorlnjrto a piMa&lt;?e of th«» Oranire Hlvrr near Hartchd at 1 o'clock Friday morning rathe*! the camp of a party of l.c-vatt'i icoutf. He fallcl to cr«« t\o river, but :1s? e*outs lost heavily. Lleut.*Cpt. Murray and Capt. Murray. h!« a !jv:t".r.t. were killed. Deeply ie« fro: the u»s.« of Col. Murray, who throughout the war had led I#6vatt*s it uta with ureat Rallantry. "t'ndcr :ver of darknesj the Doers casrttge) to carry oft a gun. They nc; t &gt; promptly followed y\\&gt; an I the pun was rccovtreJ In a smart engage* men:. In which Krltzlngcr lost two killed and twenty taken prl;oaers. M Lord Kltcbcncr also reports that the !trlti»h captured by lac Hcers In the .;::•.::-:-. r.tar Srepcr's Nek. S«ptr?n»bir IT. have been releas...
Uorcl Wreaths Frcm British Chapel [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
Uorcl Wreaths Frcm British Chapel Vienna.— T\*o services In honor or President McKInlejr, on** official ann another for the resident Americans, were held her*?. The- I'nlted State* minister, Hubert McCorxnack, In an a&lt;i&lt;\r**i. to the latter, eulogized the late president. Th*» ofllc-ial service wan held in the church of the HrltlHh erabassy, whW-h wait c!ra !&gt;«•&lt;! In black. The floral tffcrlngs In tho chopel were unusually beautiful. The laurel wreath* will be sent to Mrs. HcKlolejr.
Mrs. M'Kinley Showi no Change [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
Mrs. M'Kinley Showi no Change Canton. 0., Sept. 22.— Dr. Klx«&gt;y. said this evening that there bo* bO9O no material change* In the condition of Mrs. Mr-Klnley. and that iho 1 doing a* well as could be expected. He itaid: "fib*? went out for a two hours' drive today and etlll seems to be holdIng her own." Thrro was placed on tho McKlnlty jca*kft today ny Judge Wllllfltn R. Pay. n Irtrßi" floral wrtath from tho Emperor of lluttla. Thr ••"■■• :&gt;l.no of tho \nt** prfSJ* dent «;»!&lt; \Hltotl l»y thou.vinds of |&gt;o*»pir today, proltaWy OT^f 20.000 people riiI terlnn tho gates ot West Lawn cemoItcry.1 tcry.