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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
I A. W. Pattoti I &lt;£} doei Ulacfcsmlth ami Wagun work in all of its branchc* on short no- * » &lt;$f tier. Cteueral repair work a specialty. ¥ t * f f HEIGHT OF ALL KINDS j; J7J 7 as«)f;ne&lt;l to Patton will l»e handled with the uttnoMt care. He has : x. ♦&gt; » T^ freighting outßti to hnul anything from a water bucket to a locarnJU tive, and if you arc coming to the Imperial country you will find It to £ » £r you interest to correspond with him. f » | CROPS PUNTED t • ? If you have laud in the Imperial country that you want planted to t * J7J 7 alfalfa, barley, or to anything else, don't forget that he is in the ;: ! ' bu»iue»A. and that he knows how it should be done. His address is 2 ]* Imperial, Col. *[ 0 f | Ktrckbotf'Cuzner % | Will &amp; Lumber (&amp; | if • i g WHOLESALED I M |W| RC R SSltoi™' f &lt;Q RETAIL DEALERS IN LiWIVIsWImI I ••• MILL WORK £} # i X YARDS AT 2; san pedro. whou.ui Main Office Cor. Alameda &...
SESSION OF CONGRESS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
SESSION OF CONGRESS SENATOR FRYB FORFXASTS A BUSY SESSION FOR THE WINTER BooKer Wathinjton Dined by President— Bolomcn Kill Soldim Panama Canal — Arbitration Schley Inquiry — Mac* edonian Banditi Charles M. I lays, until recently president of the Southern Pacific, has, it Is assorted on the best of authority, boon offered tho presidency of tho Erie Kailrond. Every ono ha* heard of that remark* nbl woman, the Empress Dowager of China, but not perhaps her name. It Is Yohonnla. George Lynch, a writer who was with the alllea in China, mentions It in a new volume. Ho thinks Vehonala tho most marvelous woman In tho world, and the Chinese not the least remarkable nation. At a meeting of 1000 Cornell students, hazing was condemned, and the lower classmen warned to doHlst from further practices flavoring of hazing. Booker T. Washington, tho noted negro, hiKt week received an invitation from President lloosevelt to be his guest at dinner on Wednesday. It Is said to bo tho fir«t time that a co...
An Interview With Senator Prye [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
An Interview With Senator Prye In an Interview In Wash Ing ton Senator Fryo took occuhloii to outline tho probable work of the next Congresa and suggested a Dumber of Important men B urea which will receive attention. ABked In regard to tho probability of the next Congress passing the shipping bill, he remarked that the *hU&gt;; plug bill In the last Congress was fillbustorvd to death, which would not he done In the lons uesslon. Speaking of the Isthmian Canal ho salt!: "I thluk Congrean will do something about tho Nlraruuguun Canal In tho coming session. If tho now»nupem correctly state tho nature of tho treaty which Is to be presented to the Henato I fall to see how any Henntor can objert to it. "I think lh&lt;ro will l»o nnmn effort I In tho coming Cowtrtfia to rfltabtlnh ! n department of commerce. A bill ; wan reported to that r-ffert from my committee at tho ia»t «e««ion. without object lon, I think, on Iho part of any I member of the rommltt&lt;e, but ...
Barbarism Personified [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
Barbarism Personified A Htory is printed In Berlin to the ef fort that officers of the Herman field hospital in China, who have arrived at WllholuiHhnvMi, brought with them the head of the Chinese who murdered Baron Yon Kotteler, the CJerman Minister, and who was executed In Peking for the crime. It Is added that the head has been sent to Berlin.
That Panama Canal [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
That Panama Canal I M. Hutln, President of the Panama I Canal Company, is In Washington, and i authorizes the statement, that before tho series of conferences which he has commenced with Admiral Walker, chairman of tho Isthmian Canal Com-j 'mission, ends, he will make to the J j United States government a definite | state In the proposition the very lowest figures, in dollars and cents, thatj offer to sell the Panama Canal, and tin* Frenchmen will take for their, ditch. At the same time. M. Hutln says; &lt; he will show Admiral Walker and any j other man connected with the United States government his credentials au- ! thorizlng him to make this sale and guaranteeing perfection of title. A peculiarity about the proceedings, however, and that which makes things look wobbly. Is that Admiral Walker can get no definite answers to his sev- j , eral queries concerning the financial ! condition of the company. A large [ number of bonds, guaranteed by the ! ! French government, are ...
Ship Subsidy Ltgisation in Danger [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
Ship Subsidy Ltgisation in Danger It Is said that Representative Stevens of St. Pnul. Minn., will Introduce a new Western Ship Subsidy Bllr at the coming session of Congress. In direct opposition to the plan o' Senator Hanna. This measure will be antagonistic to the hew bill prepared by Senator I'rye. and the clash of the bills nnd their supporters, including the West nnd F:ir West on one side, and Now England and gnat capitalists on tho other, may result in defeating all ship subsldv legislation next winter.
Healthful H<ns [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
Healthful H&lt;ns Mnke your hens healthy, and they , will lay. Tho profits of a Mock of hens vary*, says a writer In an exchange, about as the "square" of their healthfulness. "I have known flocks In a fair condition to pay a profit of. 25', cents per hen. nnd othor In better con* i dltlon to pay a full dollar each. Sickly , or diseased fowls are an abomination. Wo use every precaution to keep the ! nock in perfect healthulness. Now York. OcL 21.— According to ♦ho World there Is a possibility that 'd;r\» k «n Prince Wilhelm of Germany | will *v&gt;lt tho United States, and particularly Now Jersey, about April and May of next year.
ARBITRATION SENTIMENT GROWING [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
ARBITRATION SENTIMENT GROWING Industrial Comrn nion Findi Employers and Employee* Favor Arbitration rue Industrial ComrnUHon fins made public tt« report on labor di«putea nnd arbitration^ It I* n cornprehennlvc dorurm-nf. reviewing th«» t&lt; •tifji.ny of V.\f wr|tnr».'«efl that have appeared l^fcr** t.ir commission on f hr» aubject Local «y»tem«i of collective bargaining and nt?r»»c«nvntH let worn employes. It U Mated, have be.^n moat highly developed In the building, brewrry. !ioot and nhco. wood-worklntf. and metal trade*. «ome branches of th&lt;» clothing trade, and th#* transportation buHlnoxH; In other words, where both employers and employes are Htronjj* eat organized. A growing movement Is not*»d toward &lt;&gt;.&lt;»tahllfthlnK Stito and local machinery 'or arbitration In the bituminous coal Industry, where there Is now. at least In most mining dlatrcta; no effective method of dhpoalnj? of the minor dlrputei which arlHo from ! time to...
BRAVE ADMIRAL SCHLEY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
BRAVE ADMIRAL SCHLEY The Officers Under the Admiral Making ' a Veritable Hero of Their Chief As predicted a week ago. the evidence presented In behalf of the applicant In the Schley court of inquiry has been as interesting to peruse as a story book. The witnesses have not dealt so much in technicalities as In former weeks, hence the general pubHe is enabled to comprehend what 13 bein? talked about. Capt. Cook, of the Brooklyn, was the first witness for admiral Schley. and his testimony threw new light on the case. His evidence was considered especially valuable because he acted unofficially as Scbley's chief of staff. He warmly endorsed his superior officer's conduct throughcut the campaign. Capt. Cook was followed by other officers of the Brooklyn, all of whom warmly endorsed the cool and courageous conduct of the Admiral. The navigator of the Oregon gave a graphic description of the battle favorable to Admiral Schley. Last week's work of the court closed with Friday to enable Admi...
Alajka Winter Besun [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
Alajka Winter Be sun Port Townsend, Wasb.. Oct. 2U. — The steamer Centennial arrived in quarantine last night, bringing 450 passengers. The Centennial sailed from Nome October 9. Among her passengers were thirty who were destitute, and were brought down by the steamer free of charge. The Centennial passengers rer&gt;ort that at St. Michael winter bad practically set In, and that thfc streets were frozen and snow bad commenced to fall.
A STORM. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
A STORM. Athvtrt th# t &lt;r • grtwwMM t»»\ of nrarfcj tXontM n ni'lng; Am/Vfl? the \ :■ '** !,•■;;&gt;« f • «lml tl Mnlomul/ •*lllnr fy&gt;w lyirt in »h&lt;r »Mt*rn «kIM Th* m^.rt, a tllvr tUtlU.p, f»li«l. V- »■» ■ ' • r flirt ii Ulfftd I* •;■ in Tb« fitting aU&gt;Tf it ""* « ;f Dark *♦"&gt;»« th* iky trt'l it*tk*t yt, w\Ml# «?«aifl£ %hj'l*«. «!»vrn»!lnj, Otarure lh# Un'!&lt;rjp4&gt;, »r.&lt;l I ?•'&lt;•! t!i« chill of •tirm* irr|»' ruling*. fP.rr.o r,n lh« iMcf .-r.-iu'i/r/i^ I, r «•«•/&lt;» I !.• ir ! " tOVgilißg &lt; f the tr*»« Ar. i woadlaj from tht rock/ tharo »i.» »r, M :y rxraft'* lullrn roar. U'tih nirt4in« drawn ao'l i.-.u#ii door I mock tb4 t»n»f»*-«t'» raving; Though ill without i* en'.il »n&lt;\ dark, itrect peace i;.v « .•.: M bttnsr. I h'jr (h# fu«illa&lt;!e of Uave* HorlH itpwMfl to my cotta«« eareu, 1 '.&lt;■:. JouJ *4*\rM (It* lattice pane "■.«• ...
THE PAWNING HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
THE PAWNING HABIT. Dow It Apprnl* to the Ptnon of Ar- tistic Temperament. American* are always adopting t~« trick* ninl manners* of Europe, but they usually fasten upon those which arc sellable and picturesque. It Uan open question, however, how far the pawning habit will spread in this country. Several women have it already and declare that they ar«; making converts. The Mont de Pietc in Paris, for instance, is a highly rcsp^ctab'e institution much patronized by nil clas****. Student* who need money just before their remittances from honu? coma in or who want to help a friend who has already visited too often "ma tante** (it is the aunt, and not the uncle, who keeps the French pawnshop) think nothing of strolling round to the mountain of piety ami depositing spare valuables. In this country the pawn ticket has been looked upon as a badge of shame, but once ia awhile an original spirit returning from Kurope keeps up the old happy go lucky custom here. One woman who lives near the so...
Milk nod Water. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
Milk nod Water. ••Pa." said little Willie, "why do they epenk of the 'milk in the cocoa out/ It's more like water." "Exactly." replied Mr. Cltlraan. M And that's why tboy coll it milk, very probably."— Philadelphia Iterord. What has hwome of the old fashion* ed child that cried no hard that It belt) Its breutb'.'— Alehlson lilube.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
||WAN T A 1 I h RANCH W|| QllQ 11 Government Land in Southern California o m r.C% Good for Alfalfa, Grain, General Farming and early Fruit. »&amp;h The Home for Cattle and Hers. glfej &gt;v ■n^jrJHl ;;--- JLM i " . g■- | - ,^-_ *.;."',„ |f*^ ,' " I '■/ Z' '-;- , IHI 1 &gt;i&lt; "&gt;^ r '■ . "* " ■ = Bs9hk ' ' - ;..'..' .— - - . », M mmm »— t«t. ni— ■, imi i *Htt"*~ •* i tit nftirf^/srtffiffi Jt«Jf»f¥Brtff*«&lt;i^i ''^ I Here is the Water! | 4*i At: 2J: Supplied by the Imperial Canal System, at a price that could not bs lower if the irrigation system aJT jk were built by the government \£ 5£ CONSIDER CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING FACTS, S -"Tv : ■— • -TV J^ FIRST— The Imperial Canal System is the largest in the United States and has the water to irrigate more and better 3jf 3j£ land than can be found elsewhere on this continent in one body and under one system. % SECOND— The soil is the most fertile — more so than the soil of the celebrated...
THE IMPERIAL FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901
THE IMPERIAL FARMER. For olght montliH prior to Jtin««. 1 001 1 tho Iroporlal farmer wai pub* Ijihed monthly In tho city of l*on Anr.'i'H undor the editorial managemont of tho undersigned, With tha May number, tho publication of tiiiH monthly was temporarily suspended, and nt a lator dato an arrangement was made to consolidate the Imperial Farmer with tho Imperial Pross, a weekly paper published at the new town of Imperial; the consolidation to take effect on the llrst of November. 1001. This issue of the Imperial Pros* and Farmer is the firm issuo under the now management, with K. F. Howe In editorial control. Mr. Howe is today considered one of the ablest writers In Southern California on tho resources of this country. It Is proposed to make tho Imperial Tress and Farmer second to no other weekly newspaper in the Slate. All persons who have paid subscriptions to the Farmer In advance, will bo served with tho Press weekly until they have received me amount due them at tho rato of $...
HOW TO GET A RANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901
HOW TO GET A RANCH. The land under the Imperial canal system belongs to the government, with the exception of tho sixteenth nnd thirty-sixth sections of each township, which are school lands and belong to tho State. Tho government lands are obtainable elthor under the Desert Land Laws at n cost of $1.25 pci j»tc, of whirl) amount 25 cents in paid at the time of filling on the land, icd the remainder Ih payable at any time within four years when the pettier proven up on his claim. The water right Is obtainable by purchasing stork In one of the Imperial water companies of which there are several, each having a particular territory to supply with water, Ail these companies get their wa»T from the Imperial Canal System, which is the property of the California Development Company. The stock of nil the companies is all sold at the samo price and on the nnme terms. At the present time the stock Is held at $l. r i per share, on ensy terms of payment. Interest on deferred payments is nt tho ...
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, PHILADELPHIA PRESS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 2 November 1901
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, PHILADELPHIA PRESS What Some of the Leading Eastern Publications Have to Say About the Imperial Canal System. The New York Dally Tribune, in its Issue of Sunday, September 19, publishes an illustrated article under the heading of "Reclaiming a Desert," In which it says: "The most remarkable series of Irrigation projects ever wrought out In the United States arc rapidly taking form on the Colorado River, the greatest stream In the Southwest, which carries sufficient water to irrigate eight million acres of land. On the California side of the river is the vast Colorado desert. Across the International line in Mexico, on the Peninsula of Lower California, the desert extends to the southward. On the eastern, or Arizona side of the river, the desert extends from Yuma to the head of the Gulf of California and beyond. . . "The greatest of the projects, however, is that of the Imperial Company, which has entered upon the gigantic task of irrigating five hundred thousand ac...