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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
500,000 Women Have boon rostorod to hoaltii by Lydla C. Ptnkham'a Voaotablo Compound, Tholr lot* tors aro on lilotznd provo this statement to boa faot, not a moro boast. When a modiolno has boon succossful In our Ing so many women, you cannot woll say without trying It— " Ido not bollovo Si will holn mo." Vegetable Compound Is a positive cure for all those painful Ailments of Women. It will entirely care the worst forms of Female Complaints, all Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcoration, Falling and Displacements of tho Womb, and consequent Spinal Weakness, and is peculiarly adapted to the Change of Life. jnMQPtk Your medicine cured me of terfflHßttS* riblo female illness. W • M Its. M. K. MULLEB, I 1a Concord Sq., Boston, Max. i ■ Backache. It has cured more cases of Backache and Leucorrhcea than any other remedy the world has ever known. It is almost infallible in such cases. It dissolves and expels Tumors from tho Uterus in an early stage of development, and checks any tenden...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
ROYAL Baking Powder is indispensable to the preparation of the finest cake, hot-breads, rolls and muffins. Housekeepers sometimes importuned to buy other powders because they are " cheap." Housekeepers should stop and think. If such powders are lower priced, are they not inferior ? Is it economy to spoil your digestion to save a few pennies ? Alum is used in some baking powThe "Royal Baker and Pastry ders and in most of the so-called Cook" — containing over 800 most phosphate powders, because it is practical and valuable cooking re- cheap, and makes a cheaper powder, ceipts — free to every patron. Send But alum is a corrosive poison which, postal card with your full address. taken in food, acts injuriously upon the stomach, liver and kidneys. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. 100 WILLIAM ST.. NEW YORK. The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one to deceive you m this. Counterfei...
CHINESE GIRL IS RESCUED [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
CHINESE GIRL IS RESCUED Abducted in San Francisco and Found in Los Angeles She Was Spirited Away and Brought South for Immoral Purposes — Was Married to Her Abductor LOS ANGELES.— -Miss D. M. Cameron, of the Presbyterian Chinese mission at San Francisco, assisted by John D. Putnam, Chinese inspector of this city; Captain Callunden, an assistant of the Morse Secret Detective Agency of San Francisco, and three local policemen detailed by Chief Elton, raided a house in the vicinity of the plaza and rescued from It Ah Ho, a 14-year-old Chinese girl who had been stolen from a friend's house in San Francisco three months age hy a notorious Chinese highbinder and gambler by the name of Chang Sang. The girl is the daughter of Wang How, a wealthy resident of Portland, Or., for the last twenty-five years. About a year and a half ago Wang How and his wife returned to China for an extended visit, leaving the daughter with the family of the San Francisco friend. About three months ago the girl w...
MARCONI'S GOOD LUCK [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
MARCONI'S GOOD LUCK Is Engaged and Gets Decision all in One Day New York.— Two announcements of great pieces of good luck for Gugielmo Marconi, the young inventor of wireless telegraphy. The first is his engagement to be married to Miss Josephine Bowen Holman of Indianapolis; the second the decision of the Cunard company to accept Mr. Marconi's system of wireless telegraphy on its Transatlantic steamships. Marconi wooed Miss Holman on a Transatlantic voyage and won her it is said by display of his wireless telegraphy. She is the daughter of the late Judge J. A. Holman of the Indiana supreme court, who was a cousin of Congressman William S. Holman, famous as "the Watchdog of the Treasury."
Count Acquitted of Murder [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
Count Acquitted of Murder Paris.— Count Cornulier, after two days' trial for the murder of his wife, November 17, by shooting her three times as she was leaving the house of a lawyer. M. Leroux, an admirer of the countess before her marriege, was acquitted amidst the applause of those in court. The count made a speech, in which he thanked the jurors in the name of his three children.
Arabs Slaughter Hundreds [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
Arabs Slaughter Hundreds Paris.— Advices have reached here • the effect that a band of Arabes swooped down upon the village of Marguerite, 100 kilometers from Algiers, and slaughtered 300 of the in* habitants. They killed or wounded French officials and gardarmes, looted the village, cut telegraph lines, set fire to the postoffice and murdered the post mistress. A small relief force from Miliana arrived and compelled the Arabs to withdraw. This force lost one killed and two wounded. Strong i reinforcements are enroute to the scene.
Bubonic Plague in India [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
Bubonic Plague in India WASHINGTON.— A steady increase in the ravages of the plague in some parts of the world is shown in the latest reports received by the marine hospital service. In British India, the figures show that during the week ended February 15 there occurred in the presidency of Eombay 1897 plague cases and 1564 deaths, an increase of 127 cases and 271 deaths over the previous week. In the city of Bombay alone that week there were 1127 plague cases, and of the 2083 deaths in that metropolis, 930 weie proved due to plague, while . 470 others were suspected.
Carrie's Latest Rival [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
Carrie's Latest Rival CINCINNATI.— Mrs. Richard Crater, the wife of a house painter, on being unable to keep her husband from a saloon on Ludlow avenue, went to the place with one of his calcimine buckets r.nd a whitewash brush and calcimined him from head to foot in the saloon. He returned to the Baloon after he had accompanied her home and changed his clothes. She followed him again and this time calcimined the saloonkeeper and his far fixtures, and gave notice that she would repeat the performance to any one selling liquor to her husband.
RICE CULTURE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
RICE CULTURE Scientific Experiment to be Made in the Sacramento River Valley Stockton. — R. P. Lane is to make a scientific experiment with rice culture on the tract of the old River Land and Reclamation company. Mr. Lane has been interested in the matter through C. Louis Smith, who is visiting here from Louisana. Mr. Smith tells of the building up of that country by the rice fields, recalling the rise in tne price of land from $5 an acre to $150. This has been done in many instances in the face of the fact that water rights cost $20 an acre and rent the same, /et with all this from $30 to $40 clear was made off each acre. Here the water would be practically no expense. There are different varieties of rice which thrive in differnt soils and the proposition is now to give all a trial. Mr. Lane says that he does not see why it is that the Chinese and Japanese, who farm much of the river bottoms, would not know how to cultivate the product. If it can be demonstrated that rice can be g...
Turkey's Finances [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
Turkey's Finances CONSTANTINOPLE, April 27.— The Turkish government is concluding a contract for a new cruiser, although nothing ha.s been paid on account of the cruiser ordered in the United States. Neither has anything been paid on account for naval guns; nor have the eight ironclads, which have been contracted to be transformed into modern ships, been taken to Geimany, owing to lack of funds. Two torpedo boats bought at Genoa have not been delivered for the same cause. The sum of twenty thousand pounds. (Turkish) is due to the Krupps, and their demand for a settlement are becoming pressing.
Belt Line for Milwaukee [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
Belt Line for Milwaukee Milwaukee, Wis.— The Journal Gays: The railroad belt line for Milwaukee is now practically assured. The belt line is be made a certainty through an agreement which has been reached between the Northwestern and St. Paul railway companies, and a spur connecting the two roads will be built immediately. A large tract of property for manufacturing purposes is to be opened and the city will enjoy greater railway facilities than ever before.
FILIPINOS ARE SURPRISED [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
FILIPINOS ARE SURPRISED Captain Wilson Chase Attacks With Detachment General Cailles Was in Camp When the Attack Was Made, but Managed to Escape — Price on Jones' Head MANlLA.— Captain Wilson Chase, with a detachment of the Twentieth Infantry, on April 26 surprised the camp of the insurgent General Cailles, at Dugot, situated nine miles northeast of Cavlnti, in the province of Laguna. GENERAL CAILLES ESCAPES. Cailles was at his camp at the time of the American attack, but managed to escape. Captain Chase's forces captured his adjutant-general, five of his staff officers, fifteen men, twenty rifles, a large amount of ammunition and stores, and all the papers and personal effects of the Filipino general. The insurgent Major Velo was killed during the engagement, as were Corporal McGill and Private Tipp,s, both belonging to Company A of the Twenty-first. PRICE ON JONES' HEAD. General Cailles recently offered a reward of $10,000 for the head of Captain Edward N. Jones, Jr., of the Eight...
American Locomotives [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
American Locomotives New York.— The World says: An American concern which put in ! the lowest bid ha 3 secured the contract for locomotives recently ordered by the Calcutta port commissioners, despite active European competition. j This is the first contract for locomotives that Americans have secured abroad through lower prices. Previous ! contracts have come to this country I because of prompt delivery.
Klondike Output Thirty Millions [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
Klondike Output Thirty Millions Victoria, B. C— The steamer Amur brings news of the Klondike clean-up which is being vigorously prosecuted. Sluicing is in full operation, the thaw having given plenty of water. The output is estimated at not less than $25,000,000. Stampeders are still rushing to Montana creek, which is now more staked than any Klondike creek. Stampeders are also going to Gold river. Owing to the thaw caused by good weather, Dawsonites are looking for an early opening of the river. The Dominion gambling house, one of the Klondike's largest, has closed, owing to the loss of $40,000 on April 13. Ore, going $50,000 to the ton, has been found at a mine on Twelve-Mile Inlet, near Ketchcan. The Amur passed the wreck of the barge Colorado, which is lying on Manuense reef, in Wrangle narrows. Her bow is lifted up to the reef and the stern submerged at high tide. Her cargo can be saved.
FUNSTON'S LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
FUNSTON'S LETTER Generous Good Wishes for Regular Army Officers Lola, Kan., April 27. — Brigadier General Funston, writing to a fellowtownsman under date of February 26, a month before the capture of Aguinaldo, says he did not expect appointment in the regular army He says: "Under the operation of the law, I must be mustered out of the service July 1, as that is the last day of the volunteer army, and from that time all of the work will be turned over to the regu- lara. I was not disappointed that I was not given anything in the reorganization of the regular array, as I had no expectations. One so young as myself, who had never been connected with the regular army, could scarcely expect a brigadier generalship in that body over many gallant old men who have been in the service, some of them forty years. I am heartily glad that the increase in the regular army has allowed adequate recognition after many years of waiting to 6Otne of the splendid officers who have benn made brigadier g...
MEXICO AGAIN AUSTRIA'S FRIEND [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
MEXICO AGAIN AUSTRIA'S FRIEND Long Severed Diplomatic Relations are Resumed Washington. — A complete rapproachement between the governments of Austria and Mexico has been brought about to send a minister to the other. This terminates an international estrangement, dating back to the days when young Maximilian of Austria sought to gain a fcohould in Mexico and lost hiß life in the advenlure. A bill has passed the Mexican congress providing for a minister to Austria at a salary of $15,000 annually. Austria will take similar action by sending a minister to Mexico, and this will close the long and historic separation. The Mexican Government has taken steps to resume diplomatic communication with South American countries, the first move in that direction being the appointment of a Mexican minister to the Argentine republic. For many years there has been no diplomatic intercourse between Mexico and her sister republics on the southern continent, and there was little commerce between them ...
Filipinos Make a Struggle [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 11 May 1901
Filipinos Make a Struggle Madrid. — The Filipino commission here have adopted a resolution calling upon their countrymen in the Philippines to continue their struggle against American sovereignty to the bitter end. CITC Permanently Cunil. No fit* cr m rvonsnegs rl I O alter tint ilay 'h ii- ••uflir. Kline's (irtut Nerve K&lt;Ht&lt;ircr. Send fur PU X X IjjM.OO t riul hut t lr ami treatisu. I&gt;iUUl.KLiN^.LUi..UJlArchSt..l'hiludelpliia,Pa. Stops the Hough and Work* off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Qulnine Tablets run- a cold tnone day. No cure. No pay. Price 25 rent*