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ENOUGH TEAMS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

ENOUGH TEAMS We arc authorized by Chief Engineer George ChafFey to announce through the Press this week that the California Development company can not use any more teams on the Imperial canal works for the present. If in the future additional teams are wanted it will be announced in the columns of this paper.

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THE L. A. I. AND A. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

THE L. A. I. AND A. WHEN the Los Angeles, Imperial and Arizona railroad builds its standard gauge line from Yuma through the Imperial settlements to Los Angeles, the Colorado delta is likely to be the liveliest and most progressive portion of Southern California. As is known, about 500,000 acres in San Diego county will be reclaimed by an extensive and important system of irrigation gates from the Colorado river, where the supply is more than abundant. The work is being done by the California Development company, which is generally known as the Imperial canal system. — Los Angeles Express.

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SAN DIEGO RAILROAD [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

SAN DIEGO RAILROAD GEORGE W. MARSTON, president . of the San Diego railroad committee, H. P. Wood, secretary of the committee and Ma j. S. W. Fergusson/^a member of the committee, spent two days in Imperial the last of last week, in the interest of the projected road, leaving Saturday for Arizona and El Paso. At the latter point they will confer with representatives of Phelps, Dodge & Co., with a view to gaining co-operation with that firm. A. H. Holgate and W. T. Bill, of Redlands, after spending several days in the Imperial country, left here on their return home Tuesday. These gentlemen were both very much pleased with the future outlook for the valley and expect to return within a few months. Mrs. W. W. Masten was shopping in town Monday. Try a subscription to the Press

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

Imperial Mercantile (& DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE • HAY LUMBER and and BUILDING GRAIN HARDWARE Imperial, and Calexico, Cal

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NO WATER AT FOLSOM [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

NO WATER AT FOLSOM PRISON DIRECTORS ENJOINED PROS USING WATER POWER Arizona and Statthood— DimiptioninVan Francisco Labor OrcJci—BritUh Purcharing Horui — Mr*. Stanford at Home The Sacramento Klectrtc itas ana Railway Co., the corporation supplying light and power to the city of Sacramento, the* town of FoUom and much of the surrounding country ha* applied to the Superior Court of Sacramento for a permanent injunction preventinfi the State Board of Prison Directors and Warden Thomas Wilkinson of Folsom Prison from breaking down or interfering with the headgates regulating the water supply from which the power of the company is drawn. The suit involve* very valuable water right?, and if the injunction is granted the State will be denied all control of the power secured from the American River at a cost of several hundred thousand dollar* and the labor of $00 convicts for a period of nearly ten years. If the eontenions of the plaintiff are sustained the source of power for running the...

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METROPOLIS OF THE SOUTHWEST [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

METROPOLIS OF THE SOUTHWEST X Digest of Pining Ev«nb in the City of the Anflels and Vicinity In addition to the Pan- American t.rli.v* announced last *««*. a telegram :1: IP h brt?n nvrivc! ai Loi Arm«M«» t'harober of Commerce Mating that lam Angela county .had received a gold medal for the excellence of It* general exhibit. • Some big football same* arc predicted for this season. It I* rumored that. In addition to the Northern t'anu. the eleven of Michigan University will play In I.os Angeles about Christmas time. Prof, Albert n. llrey. a biologist of wide reputation, has been elected by the trustees of the rnlverslty of Southern California to Oil the vacancy In the chair Of biology caused by the of Prof. Sholander. Physician* and pharmacist* of l.os Angeles bare organized for the purpose of protecting the public from adulterated drugs and medicines. The Los Angeles city water-bond litigation Is new In the hands of Judge Williams of Ventura, who was called in to try the case. His d...

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ANARCHISTS MUST QUIT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

ANARCHISTS MUST QUIT All Countries TtkmJ Attlve Muiurej— Congrcitionil Action The board of Rorernort <>f the National Bureau of lil« ntlflc.it lon. mm- | prising IcAtllnK police chicf h and the " hend of the l'lnkerton detective* adopted a recommendation to be • urged on Congress for legislation looking to the suppression of anurehy. Ilerr Maurer. editor of the NoUOStO l.ebvn. an anarchist sheet In Berlin wn* penteiH'fd to four month* Imprisonment, owing to the publication [Of an article approving of the oasaslnlotion of President McKluley. J. hum Most, tho anarchist has ! been sentenced to ono year in tho \ penitentiary. In the Court of Special Sessions of New York, for publishing ! In his paper, the Frelbelt. an alleged Mudltlous article on tho day following the shooting of the late President McKlnley.

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To Escape Siberian Exile [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

To Escape Siberian Exile The steamer America Maru arrived In San Francisco bay last week with a Ku»&lan captain, ono Valdlmlr Jacu bowsky, on board as n stowaway fleeing from banlshmnt to Siberia. He was master of the Russian steamer. Mlchall. and to avoid penalty for perjury, deserted his ship and made his way from Colombo to Yoko hama and walked aboard the American Maru. His presence was not noticed until the steamer was far on her way to Honolulu.

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Peculiar Macedonia [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

Peculiar Macedonia "It U announced from Bucharest, says a dispatch from V|enna. "that \\fvr Rosenthal. the representative of a German firm, has been kidnapped by Bulgarian brigands at Silrtitra. "It Is rumored that the Macedonian committee has decided to capture every- foreigner within reach In order to attract European attention to the bad state of public security In Macedonia." Two missionaries. Mr. Balrd and Mr. Haskell. who were sent out several days aso to attempt to locate the brigands and arrange terms with the outlaws have not bsen heard from. As no news has been received from Messr*. Balrrl and Haskcll. n third missionary has been dispatched in quest of them and the brluands. The Bulgarian government disclaims all responsibility for the abduction of Miss Stcne. claiming that the crime Is charp^ablo. to Turkey. The Minister of the Interior, however, has address? da note to the United States Consul-General Hinting that the Bulgarian troops will pursue and severely punish the ...

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Approaching Nuptials in High Circles [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

Approaching Nuptials in High Circles The World's Washington corres- 1 pondent nay* friends of Senator Dep*w have received word that hU marriage to Miss May Palnw will tnko I place In London it the home of Mme. Yon Andre, during the next four weeks. The marriage of Senator Hlarkburn of Kentucky will take place the last wcik of November.

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Bolomen Again Active [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

Bolomen Again Active Flvf. hundred holomen attacked a detachment of forty-six men of the Ninth Infantry at Hangajon, on the Gandara Hlver. Island of Sarnar. Friday, killing ten and wounding six. The remainder of the company arrived on the seen© In i\ma to prevent further slaughter, and routed tho enemy, killIng over a hundred of them. Ah soon as the news was received at Cntabulogan. gunboats wero dispatched, Gen. Smith going In person to the see.no. Ono of the greatest gold rushs In history Is predicted, with tho Philippine Inlands, as the new Xl Oorado. Army officers, who havo recently returned from Mindanao declare that tho mineral richness of that Island will soon bo one of tho wonders of tho world. Manila, Oct. 20.— Only through the vigilance of Lieut. Thomas M. Ualnei, Jr., of the Ninth U. H. Infantry, an- other slaughter of American troop* by the Infturßcntß him been arcrUd. It fuNMiii that Limit, tliitnrn discovered n prlnoner reenterlng v cell nt Carblgn. Inland of Hamur. wh...

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Mrs. Stanford Home [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

Mrs. Stanford Home f T«» oxpimd tho work of Stanford t'nl- { vemlt) , io that It shall In* complete In atl departments, thus making it unnc« ■ canary for graduates of the institution to nock further Instruction In profca- ? Hlnnat or technical schools of the (Cast I or Europe, Is the policy announced by ! Mrs. Jane Latnrop Stanford) who is ju*t back from a year's vacation In Europe. The material re«ult of Mrs. Stanford's visit to Kgypt Is to purchase for the Stanford museum a remarkable private collection of Kgyptlati antlqulties) gathered during thirty-five year's by a wealthy foreign resident of Cairo. Six hundred students gathered at Knclnin Hall. and. led by the University band, marched two miles to Mrs. Stanford's home io welcome her return. She was much affected by the demonstration and esteem In which the students hold her. ami expressed her gratitude In these words: "I am happy to be back home nfter an absence of a year ami a half, but the greatest pleasure to me Is the the ...

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A Growing Industry [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

A Growing Industry } Tho Secretary of Agriculture estimates the beet crop of the country for last season at about 2U0.000 tons, of which the folowlng was the product of the Western States. California. 80.000: Colorado. 20.000; Utah. 15.000; Washington. 2000: Oregon. 2000. The Orange Judd Farmer in the current issue attacks the sugar trust in no unmeasured terms. We quote as follows: War to the knife against the domestic beet-sugar Industry has been declared by the American Sugar Refinery Company, which Is the trust that depends for Its existence upon Imported raw sugar. Of course, cut prices mean a heavy loss to tho trust, but It can afford a temporary loss. If thereby it can destroy domestic sugar production and thus have tho consumers of this country at Is mercy. Then, by getting a lower tariff on Imported raw sugar. ! the trust expects to make good many times over the losses now incurred in annihilating domestic sugar producers. Hut the migar trust does not yet control either the...

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Czohjoiz'i End Approaching [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

Czohjoiz'i End Approaching Albany. N. V.. Ort. 21.— Warden Meade of the Auburn prlßon spent several hours today In conference with Superintendent of State Prisons Collins, arranging the details for carryIng out the sentence of death Imposed on Leon Czolkohz. the murderer of President McKlnley. The dr-tnlla for tho execution have been preliminarily prepared, and while the prison nuthorltle« guard with great secrecy all facts. It Is thought tho execution will take pice before 6 o'clock on the morning of October 28. Among the mall received at the prlKon for Czolrosz. Ih a postal card tolling him to bear up and that hln friends will get him out of prison before the 28th:

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Will Disobey (he Court [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

Will Disobey (he Court Chlrnßo. Oct. 20.— The Federation of Labor, repreiientlnK HJU.OVO union men of thin city, voted today to expend an unlimited sum of money to fight to tho last ditch the Injunction against picketing, recently lßHiie<l by the United States Dint riot Court In the ca*»e of the Allls-Chambera Company.

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An expensive Ditch [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

An expensive Ditch Washington. Oct. 20.— -Two hundred million dollars la to bo the cost of the Nicaragua Canal, according to the estimates mad., now. The fruit I* fine, the Isthmian Canal Commission, or . which Roar-Admiral Walker Is president, will soon placo In the hands of the. I'rt'ildent. ._

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PROGRESS OF OUR SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

PROGR ESS OF OUR SCHOOL Paragraphs SbowlnQ What Has Been Accomplished In One Month's Time Till", limt icliool un the great Coloro* ■ ' do Dcacrt opened in the new lmj»« • rial School dintrict on the ninth day of Scptemhcr, V*n, with J. B, Carr un iiutructor. The hiiilditiK, which in a temporary structure, wan erected in an incredible nhort space of time, not requiring longer than half a day to entirely coin* plcte it. and in thin rc»pcct, lift well an in Kcveral others we think, breaking the record, not only in California, hut in the United State* an well. Some twenty-one children reported for duty the firnt day, which number incrcaHul to twenty-three during the lir*t mouth. The nccoiid month ojm.micd with an increase of five additional pupils, which number will doiibtlcsA be coiiHtantty Increased. Not withitta tiding the fact that v large portion of the children have been out of hcliool formauy months and are composed of children from all ftcctioiii of thin Mate and Arizona, they g...

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Pen Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

Pen Pictures IT is evening. Far to the southwest, an hour or two ago there were seen two tpota, closely associated, which Kccmcd to hold in •iiftpeiiaioti the rays of the nun. By degrees these apotn developed into clouds of dtfst, and then there came into plain view two wagons filled with colonists. Drawing up to the town, their hornet* were ttoou staked, a tent wan pitched and a camp fire wa* cooking the first meal of the new comers in the laud of their adoption. The population of the Imperial settlements was increased by six stalwart men, while their productive |>ower wan enhanced by the horses and mules which had brought them from I<o» Angeles. Day by day this scene is enacted, and day by day the number of inhabitants of the Imperial tract is increasing, the net gain in population probably reaching five persons a day, while there are indications that the rate will increase as water is more widely distributed. That there is not a large as&emblage ...

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STATE AND COUNTY TAXES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

STATE AND COUNTY TAXES THK collection of utatc and county taxc* for the fiscal year IWI-1902 begun October 14th. The law provide* that thene tuxen may be paid hi two iiioiiilltiM >it*. or the full amount of (he '.to may >><• p;ti«l nt .my time after the c.MiiitiriM-rrncnt of the Collection. The firiit iimtallnicnt cmbracm one-half of the tax on rr.il cutate. Thin flr«t in*lnltmvnt of the taxe* «*lioul*l he paid prior to Nov. 25, l'X)l,n» it will hecome delinquent on that date, and in then «uhj<?ct to a jm-ii.iHv of 1.1 per cent. The remainder of the taxen may t>e paid at any time up to April 28, l'H£, at which time all UXCi remaining «"• paid an* delinquent and un additional penalty of 5 per cent i» added thereto. The Mate find county tax rate for thin year on property otttnidc of incorporated clUc* I* $2.25, and on innidc pn»|MTty. 11.67. Tlichc do not include the special school rate*, which difTcr in the Hcveral sch...

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