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BRITISH GREETING [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901

BRITISH GREETING Coalition Against United States an Idle Dream LONDON.— The Daily Telegraph. In the course of an editorial on King Edward's reception of the visiting delegation from the New York chamber of commerce, Saturday, says: "It stamped the royal seal upon a nation's welcome. There could have been no more fortunate suggestion, at the outset of this remarkable visit, of the true spirit In which American business rivalry is regarded in Great Britain. The paper advocates, as one of the best means of meeting this friendly rivalry, that British employers and workmen alike should visit the United States and observe for themselves American business methods: and It declares that the fact of the two countries being indispensable to each other makes all plans of European industrial coalition against the United States an idle dream so far as any British participation is concerned.

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Philippine Revenues [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901

Philippine Revenues WASHINGTON.— The division of Insular affairs of the war department makes the following statement-eon--cerning the customs revenues of the Philippine Islands for the two months ended February 2S. 1901. as compared with the same months in 1900 and 1599: Total revenues, February. 1901. $L455,309; February. 1599. $503,956; February. 1900, $721,021. The tlgures indicate an increase In 1901 over 1599 of $597,40L\ and over 1900 of $731,335, or more than 100 per cent. The statistics presented herewith show that vvhllo the amount of work In the oil fields of California Is declining somewhat. In response to the low price of oil. the work really holds up fully as well as might bo expected. The following table, Based on The Herald's nmothly reports for the last six months, makes an Interesting study: "Oh, Effle! your new gown and hat re stunning." "Yea: Alfred hasn't recovered yet from the shock the bill gave him." — Philadelphia Bulletin.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901

I [DoYouWantal^ Galiforn¥| I % At the Government Price of $1.25 per Acre? || f§ With the best water right in the world at the lowest price ever offered? g» I These can be had nowhere but in the * I IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT § %■ In the Eastern part of San Diego County, California * :£ * The Colorado Delta, located in Riverside and San Diego counties in Southern California and extending 1 'g *& down into Lower California, comprises about 1,000,000 acres of level, irrigable land that has been made during the past ages by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado River. 3f£ The Imperial Setttlcment is located < n this delta, and comprises about five hundred thousand acres of level, fertile land, free from alkali, with sufficient slope to be easily irrigated. It is all Government land and . *jv *R can be taken up under the desert land law or the homestead law. 320 acres can be taken up by each person under the *jv desert land law. and residence on the...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901

Imperial Press. "Wattr Is Kinti-ljtrt Is If Kingdom." VOL. I. IMPERIAL, CAL., SATURDAY, JUNE I 5, 1901. NO. 9.

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LIKE THE VALLEY OF THE NILE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901

LIKE THE VALLEY OF THE NILE Now a Portion of the Great Desert Will be Watered and Made Fruitful With Waters of the Colorado J, A. Johnson, garden and ranch editor on I/o* Angeles Herald, who visited thi»» region recently, tells of the Im|M.*rial country in the following well chosen words: It is no doubt true that among our seventy <*I<l millions of people not in 're than a th<uis;tii'l or two arc vet aware that we shall probably soon have our own Kgypt and our Nile, an well .in our Italy in the United States. However, it i* only thirty yearn since California was first known a» "our new Italy," when we began to discover that our climate and products were practically identical with those of Italy. At that time I was editing the Santa Barbara Press, and the traveling people who came to sjM-nd their winters there were quite carried away with delight to find that we had a brand new Italy of our own under our own flag, and were constantly contributing in* ...

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PACIFIC COAST ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901

PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condensed Report of the ImporUnt Htppeningi During the Week A $269-Nusset Found in the Recent Klondike Qan-up— A Lons*horcmin Shot— Tht Pension Report. Etc OLYMPIA. Wash.— The governor has issued a proclamation calling for an extra session of the legislature to meet in OlympU. The special session Is for the purpose of amending tfte law passed at the recent «*sion of the legislature providing that all death sentences *hall be executed in the state penitentiary- . . .«. i. Vn«!e.r the provisions of the law. v is claimed that all murderers under sentence will be set free under the present act. SEATTLE. Wasta.-Ttae Times saya: A giant nugget worth $!** was found In the recent washout on American Hill. Klondike. ' Today.' reports from the north Indicate exceptionally lively times in all the creaks. The clean-up of I*ol is in full swing, from all parts of the camp come reports o* water running freely and claim owners taking prompt advantage of xnc opportunity to wash...

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WUd Mountain Outcast Hopclculy Insane [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901

WUd Mountain Outcast Hopclculy Insane REDLANDS— Frank Satello. the young ex-conv.ct who was apprehended in the Saa Bernardino mountains by Constable Koehler in a nude and almost starred condition, was taken to the County Hospital by the o!Ec«s. He is believed to be hopelessly insane, the result of too much "dago red" wine. He was placed In the padded cell and kept the aiuaorltles and Inmates awake by bis constant ravins?. He refuses to take medicine, as b* thinks an effort is being made to poison him. Satelio has not slept for over thirty-six hours. He wiil be examined in a few days before the Superior Court and committed to the hospital at Highland.

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American Capital Buy* Mexican Road [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901

American Capital Buy* Mexican Road CITY OF MEXICO.— The Stllwell croup of American capitalists fiarc purchased tne Pacbuca. Hacualtoplan and Tampico railroad from Richard H. Tbrlce. The amount paid was fl.O'X>.000 gold and 35 per cent, of the company to be organized. The road will be extended from Sandoral. Its Junction point with the Vera Cruz railroad, to Taropico. making a short line of twelve hours between this city and northern gulf ports.

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CUBAN'S CHANGE THEIR OPINIONS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901

CUBAN'S CHANGE THEIR OPINIONS The PlatfJAmendment May Now Be Accepted HAVANA.— The conservative members of the constitutional convention are absolutely confident that the Platt amendment will be accepted, ana that several radicals will Joiu witL the fifteen delegates v.ho have heretofore voted Jn favor of t!»e acceptance. The last few days seem to have brought about a decided change in the attitude of the delegates who had been bitterly arranging the Washington government for rejecting the conrentlon Interpretation of to? amendment. Iho fttrong pr**»uro from tho outside brought to bear upon tho contention u> finish ll* bilStnttl and place tho country upon a settled basis, has had «n excellent effect upon tno radical* Inducing them to accept tho Inevitable. Some of them now argue that It would be perhaps bettor to accept the amendment, hoping for *omo form of Independence rather than to prolong tho military occupation of the Illand. The convention will meet In secret teuto...

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OFFERS SURRENDER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901

OFFERS SURRENDER General Caillei Mai Promised to Surrender With 1600 Riflemen MANlLA— General Callle*. Insurgent commander In the province of La* guna. has promised to surrender wUh 1600 riflemen under terms wnlec Senor Itancrl. who acted as Interaej'pry. RUtes have beon modified and BCOptod by the authorities, ll Is not believed that Tallies has that many rllles In command, howevw. The conditions are said to be as follows: Kirst— Hostilities snail bo suspended while negotiations are pending. Second— General Tallies troops shall receive the customary consideration and benefit of franchises. Third— lnstead of the government paying the usual $30 for every rltf« surrendered, a fund of $100,000 shall be created for the benefit of the widows and orphans of Filipino soldiers. Fourth— Two deserters from the American forces, one of whom is Frank Meekln of the Thirty-seventh volunteers, shall receive a full pardon. Senor Dancel will visit General Wade and attempt to arrange for a surrender o...

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BANK WITH A BILLION [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901

BANK WITH A BILLION f. Pierpont Morgan Arranging an International Institution NEW YORK.— According to a London correspondent It U reported that J. P. Morgan Is engaged in arranging for the establishment of a great AngloAmerican business. The proposed institution. It Is said. Is intended to be the principal agency for the already vast and rapidly-growing banking transactions between Europe and America. Mr. Morgan 13 understood to have associated with him In the stupendous uadertaklng not only the principal capitalists who aided in the organization of the United States Steel corporation, but also the Rothschilds. Locally the World says: "Several times since_ the panic in May it has been reported in Wall street that Mr. Morgan Intended to organize a bank with $100,000,000 capital. These reports have been Invariably denied at the offlce of J. P. Morgan & Co." The creation of a bank with a capitalization of a billion dollars Is an undertaking cf a nature so colossal that noth...

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Russia Raises Duty [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901

Russia Raises Duty BT. PETKRSBI'RO. June B.— The mln«ati»r of finance has raised tho duty of American bicycles 30 per cent, and on ttv«jrnl American resins 20 per cent., th#» new rateu to become effective a fortnight from yesterday.

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FOR THE FARMER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901

FOR THE FARMER A P*w Itcmi Githered for the Intereit of Our Rural Readers ThtCoit of Apples- Cheap Trap Nest --The Best Breed of Pisi-The Time for Pruning Tho State of Now York produces more apples than any other State in the I'nlun. At present tho output this season being G. 400.000 barrels although in some yearn Michigan takes tho lead and In Other* I'onnsylvanla and then again Ohio. But Breed of Pi & It. 11. Bossing gives the public tho bcnetU of his experience In trying to solve the qucstlou as to which Is tho bout brood of plg». that Is. "which pig will produce tho most bacon with tho least amount of feed?" 1 1 In answer to this question, as given In the Rural Callfornlan. Is ns follows: "Thero arc three distinct breeds generally kept, vix.: tho Berkshire. Ksscx, and Poland China. Undoubtedly the Ilerk-I shire pig gives a maximum of loan moat with a minimum of fat. which Is a consideration with most people, where as the Essex gives a larger amount of fat In proporti...

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Stolen Gold Is Being Recovered [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901

Stolen Gold Is Being Recovered MINERAL POINT. Wls.— Thirteen thousand dollars more of the gold coin stolen from the Fist National bank here, on May 24. has been recovered. It was found In the vault of an outhouse of the City hotel about a block from the looted bank, at which the prisoners. Stewart Jeleff. boarded. It Is believed that the detectives obtained Information from the bank. The balnnce. $SSOO. is in currency and the detectives hope to recover it laier.

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IN THE OIL FIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901

IN THE OIL FIELDS Grace Oil Company has gone Into tho fourth stratum of oil sand In No. 5 on 8, £»-2S Kern River. Eastern Star Oil Company has completed its fifth well In Korn River, and has three on the compressed nlr pump. California Fortune's flowing well at Sunset has filled tanks and sumpholes, nnd the problem the company has to mod is what to <Io with Its accumulating oil. Letters of inquiry as to what oil can bo had for are dally being received by the producers of Kern River. It Is said various manufacturers of the State aro. contemplating adopting the use of oil as fuel, but are holding back at present on account of tae uncertainty of the price, nnd their Inability to get encouraging answers to their letters of Inquiry.— Callfornlan. The Xl Dorado Oil Company has sot a good example In granting an extension of time to the Syndicate Oil Company for complying with the terms of its leaae, according to the Hakersfleld Echo. It would be to the Interest of the industry a...

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Th« Mm |»r««rrlptlon for Malaria. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901

Th« Mm |»r««rrlptlon for Malaria. c him ar><i frvf r i, a l^.ttl# t.f <;, . % , ■« («»(«. l»ia Chill Ti.nl*-. II It limply lrt»n •fid <i>f-<. m • In * » !<■'« .. „f. mii. No cur»»— r»o |ay, l'rl<« U)o. piIMU-U. -It 1 WBIII 111 l III! Ji •»— ' '■ Hl' ..■•lll II M Illlliton— "Now. In India, (Jreat ItrltIlln mnlntaltiN n COfpl of war elephant! which n/«« (mined to march In Hlngle flle." HllkliiM — '•'Mint would be nort of n trunk lln<., wouldn't It?"— Ohio Htate Journal. If you wlhli to keep in tomb with new thing In photography «übscrlbe to rnmero Craft, the be«t photographic Journal In the world. 33) Butter Stree t, San FrarirlHco. Cal. Hob — The «lrl I'm enguged to nays I'm a brick. Hoy— I I'm! Probably tbnt h bOcatiM you threw youritrlf ut her feet. — Phil-! ji.Mphia Bulletin. Tali' {.Aiatlvr I'r. •!>.. Qulnln* Tablet*. At ttruffßlM* ir'ii-, i the ii.' f.« y If It fall* to ...

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An Jilt-ui nlr Unll. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901

An \ Jilt-ui nlr Unll. Sotno Iliii" rr.Mi ii fol!<»\viT of one of \)w c\ty nU\* rMMMi « :if\ *'u\*>\ouh plnnccs O(ioi) n ilfsir.iiiii* iif\\»t:iu(l under the ?I«*v:iiiml rnilnuitl Miilr*. Stmi^tit lio won I lo tu* fruinl (ix> nldtTumn, ami ninth* kimiyn I.lh \vUlich. which wore Ihfll i lit* iii'Wji (Iciltr Ktiutild be evicted from Mm 1 liW'tilHjr. "All r»sl<t. itii* Ik»v: lonvo It to mo." Bnld I liv vily f:::!:iT nod Im^iiii to pull tvlrtnt. I'liinlly hi 1 u«i nn brdrr <llrcctiiik ili«* iM'U^iJr.'ili-r to «lio\v cause whj lie Klioiild not wl out. hut t l:2i t ohslinatr liidli'ldtinl. f>i III roinnlnod. 'Ilirti he «lrt»w up i fonnnl complaint, ivliicb wnn duly l:sJd iM-fiire oiw of the Judaea The 1 i-oiii|il:iiut. nfltT telllnj: how the nr\vHil**:iler h.ul l.et'ii brderod to leave nni) lin'il iii.« itc«ne mo. roiieliidiMt: "A ii. l mm 1 we hnve to coin pin In, your honor, tin! not only Is this same titstiil *&g...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901

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