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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 April 1905

2 THE BUSY CORNER THE BUSY CORNER STEVENSON BROS. CO. The store that Sells for Less PANTS! PANTS! PANTS! We have just received a large line of the Very Latent Things in woolen pants for Men's Summer wear; such as you would buy if you were to order from a Tailor. The assortment is much larger than you have been accustomed to look- ing over and in order to open up our Spring Clothing business with a rush, we are going to place these Nobby pants on sale at prices much less than any mer- chant in the Valley can buy them for. Jus! look over these prices, then come and look at the goods. - - ~ - ~ ~ ' - - ~ «AI JR PRICES Mens Nobby pants, grey and blue mixed with invisible stripe, - - - Sale price, - $1.50 - Regular price - $2.50 n stylish " with cuffs, light grey mixture with green interwove - " " $2.50 - n " - $4.00 " dressy " with belt straps, dark mixture, invisible stripe - - - " " $2.50 - " n - $4.00 n pants, neat, light, up-to-date style, pretty pattern, belt straps - - - " " $2.75...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 April 1905

A (iood Law The 1 « t <* (/»Uf(«riti% IrgMiiture fmtsseu uinl (Jnvernuf I'iirdtr. signed the follow; E» 111 1 »_r 1 * i l l f<>r the regulation of corpora* tloiiH which certainly ih h. Milutary ineaa* nre: '.'rieetioii 1. Any superintendent, ;<!!• rector, ceiiretary, manager, ugettt or otliur ofliuur, ni any ooriKiration formed «»r existiujj; under the laws of this Matt;, or traiiHactiiitf Imihliicmh in the same, and any |»ernou |»retei»tliiig or holding liimself out us Hitch HU|»erinteiide(lt, dir ector, secretary, manager, i^ent, or • itlier officer, who hlijill willfnUy eub «crilKJ, M««n, indorse, verify, or other wise assent to the publication either generally or privately, to the stock iiolders or other persons dealing with auch corporation, or its wttick, any un true or willfully and fraudulently ex aggerated ruport, (H'oHpectus, account, Mtiiteiiient vi (*peratiiiiiH, values, busi ness, profits expenditures or prospects; <or other paper or document intended to ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 April 1905

4 Adjusting Arizona Water Rights Mot-e than » mild intoreet la felt by t,ho people of Imperial In tho Hdjntit ment of water rights tviid determination of titlcn In tha Halt Kiver vnllcy with reference to tlio construction of the Tonto Basin divtn und the bringing of that country under government Irrlga* tloni in any operation o» the National Irrigation Act on Undu In private own srslilPf and lands linperfectly or parti ally i upplled with water from already existing sourcea, all tlio existing right* inuat be established and Hidjudlcuted, in order that the bwiiera can be Justly treated. In the Hull River valley, some of the huuls (those owning the oldeot water rlghte) have always had a Duitlcioiit oupply of water. Others have only been short of water for a part of the time during the drutigh of the past several years. The quantity of wuter that, has been available to supply the later initiated water rights in the Salt River gradually decreased till it reached the vanishing point and ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 April 1905

J^SI) Thro^ the Rockies Woom^T The Rock hland System forms a part 1S( '"Q^tI 0 )31 of the Scenic Route across the continent, VcSiSSi'/ way °^ Salt Lake City, Colo- n^Wpa^X rado Springs or Denver, thence to Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago, Going East via the Scenic Route, Rock Island Tourist Sleepers run over the Coast Line from Los Angeles to Oakland Pier— a beautiful ride, dose to the water's edge. The Southern Route has its advantages, too. We are featuring especially, this season, a fast Tourist service via £1 Paso. If going East it will pay you well to P. L MILLER, investigate. DUt Pan. Agent, 237 So. Spring Straat, Full particular*, and literature upon request. Los Angolei* Vl* Ih* Rock Uluid you wr* «Mur«d In *v«ry pottlbU way of a comfortable, convaniant and ip»«dy trip. H. J. MESSI NQER pp ' lone y^»F d « f ° r »g 1 to meet you at the train. Livery and Feed .. 9MI9 Mll /^ te ta te? *?r? r all * kinds or 1 earn Work. HOLTVILLE hay & grain for salb Cheap Irrigation I | ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 April 1905

6 THE IMPERIAL PRESS PUBLISHED SATURDAYS AT !M I'KKI A 1., CA t... BY IMPERIAL PRESS PUIJ. CO. P. O. HAVBNS, Hdltor * Manager «**Watch tha subcriptlon data on your papar. ADVERTISING RATUS I'er month 1 inch $ 1.00 2to 13 inches (14 page), pur inch.. .75 13 inches (^ page) 8.50 62 inches (>$ page) 15.00 52 inches (full page) 25.00 UN THKIJI) AS SECOND CLASS MATHJM SUBSCRIPTION One Year ".- - - - $1.00 Six Months .50 Three Months .... .25 Single Copies - - - - .05 DO NOT SEND STAMPS IN PAYMENT The number of our paid circulation will be furnished on application SATURDAY, APRIL 8. 1905. IMPERIAL'S HEALTHFULNESS During the wet weather last winter, when our town was an eyesore on the face of the earth on account of the mud, mud, mud, when the cesspools were all caved in, and the filth overflowed and floated about; when the resultant admixture was too thick to drain off and would not soak in, it was the common expectation that a scourge of sickness would suiely follow such horribly, uns...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 April 1905

IMPERIAL Train Time. Leave for Old Beach 4:27 a. mi., and 4:10 p. m. Due to arrive from Old Keacli 7:55 a. ni., and 8:05 p. in. HoUon-lnterurban Railway. Trains leave Imperial daily, 9 a. in. Arrive Hollville 9:35 a. m. Leave lioltville daily, 1:30 p. m. Arrive Int|ierial 2:05 |>. in. Ladies can now buy the Itadcliff shoe at. Varnev's. Harness repairing at Baruett's. 3 doors north of Post-Office. Frank Salisbury was a business visitor at Calexico Friday and Saturday of last week. Miss Delia English and Mr. Fairbanks Hpent Sunday visiting friends near Blue Lake. Charles Davis left last Sunday for San Diego, from whence he will go to Phoenix. Two hundred head of stock hogs for wale. Two miles from Imperial. F. N. Chaplin. Ladies, if yon want to see some lovely summer goods, call at Varuey's. Large line just received. \V. F. Holt, Presidentof theH. 1.R.R., is here this week looking after his many interests in the Valley. Mr. John E. Griin-s and Miss Bessie Brown were married at the ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 April 1905

8 To Stockholders of Impcrlnl Water Company No* 5 At a Stocklioltlur'H Meeting li«ld Do wmber W, IWM, It wan unftiiluiounly voted that Nui 5 should hullo* v w«s»,«" w*y nt No. 0 Headline to protect keel! u«»vl»i8t th« flood wttl«»u of thu ttulton Olnuuiol, H»iv»:i«l entflnuord huv« been consulted on the subject nnd pinna pic pared by Li Filwl ( with Mr. JUsoiuird Hlid Flllltd HO GOhtJUltllltf «HKlni:i:vri, tot a cement wnate-wuy. Mr. Frlel made two tripa to No. 0 water oyat«n» mid Mr. Jb'hikel i»»dc ono trip looking over the altuaUoii. Thoy finally agreed upon a plan for a structure. Thu Work on that niune structure, to bo made of con* crete, would have begun within three days more had it not happened that the break In the main canal of No. 1 Byutein caused the California Develop" inunt Company to turn a flood ol wtite? down the naltoii Channel and wash out the dam at No. 5 heading. This stream of water increased until more than 100,000 Inches were flowing. The pro* babilitlt-fl wer...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 April 1905

OUR WATER RIGHTS Continued from Patfe 1 various localities in these political divi sions," all of which shown conclusively that the government destines the waters of thin river for use in the Irrigation of the arid lands that can he reached thereby. That it may he seen that the govern ment of Mexico entertains the same views in regard to the use of the waters of the Colorado river for irrigation, that are evidently held by the United States government we call attention to the concession granting the privilege of diverting waters from the Colorado river to the Sociedad de Riego y Terreuoß de la Baja California. This is the so-called Mexican Co. It is owned by the California Develop ment Company, and is the means through which they operate in Mexico. This concession was executed by the Mexican Secretary of Development, which corresponds to our Secretary of the Interior, on May 17, 1904, and was confirmed by the Mexican Congress on May 28, 1904. From this concession we quote : "Ar ticl...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 8 April 1905

10 CHAPLIN BROS. IMPERIAL LANDS The Depression In Imperial Valley Real Estate Has Reached The Bottom. The Reaction Has Begun. Soon Strangers Will Be Prospecting Our Rich Farms NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY— Land With Water Stock Land Without Water Stock ■iFOR SAL-EMU 1 60 Acrej in No. 7. Price $1 6 per Acre 1 60 Acres Five Miles South of Imperial. Land For Land and Water Right .... and Water Right. Price $30 per Acre - - 320 Acres in No. I . Deeded Land. All in Cultivation. One Mile North of Calexico. Price $40 per Acre for Land and Water Right vrlnr LIIM DnvO. Lumber! Lumber! Lumber! WHO REDUCED THE PRICES ON LUMBER? WHITING LUMBER CO. THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY TO SELL LUMBER t THAT IS, TO SELL AT REASONABLE FIGURES We have lately come into Imperial Valley and are building up our stock as the trade demands. Our coming here has saved beyond a doubt hundreds of dollars that would have been paid had the prices not been reduced. We are here to slay. While at at present we have not as much lumber ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 15 April 1905

The Imperial Press. vor,. iV. Publlthfdul tfeecrnttr of lh« «fr«lc«t Irrlf-trd ttrrUory In America. In tbt h««rt of tin Cttttwim <«— Ct, *mjkQ**W C— nt/« JUtuthrrn California, *7 f«t fcrlaw the levctof th« ■?•. Itadtf pf** •nt canal*. If o,ooo acrctt uadcr trrigaUoa •yttm when complete* 1 , 400,000 men*. K4\*c*n% to \rrtg£ud Uod ha Arlwm mn4 U»H to *• Irrigated fry eta* National <Mvemmmt tram th« •aura fraud Colorado river «yhkh wlHinak* a c«t«Mn«d bod? of imore than a million IrrlfaUd acre*. „ „„' g O TW% Hit linn Immmi clearly shown* H i/t§ H'" Itl l ' M! govern incut* of >wd? Im)|1 ' *'"' ll ' t4r(l Stales and Mexico abmit that the wa ters of Him Colorado river, not necessary for navigation, may bo diverted, ami used for irrigation, the next point to cousidur is the terms on which the. *' right" to the use of these waters, thus |ierniitted to be diverted, may be ac quired. Ah we have heretofore shown, the control of divci sioim of water from tb«! lower Golorado river in ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 15 April 1905

2 THE BUSY CORNER THE BUSY CORNER STEVENSON BROS. CO. The store that Sells for L,ess . *_ ,- ri^^.^—^fTtn-gTTa — ■■ mm i mmn'iimmimimimmwmamiwtmmnmimmnrtrTr-i — 1~ i ' " -"■——-—- *■•- PANTS! PANTS! PANTS! We have just received a large line of the Very LateSl Things in woolen pants for Men's Summer wear; such as you would buy if you were to order from a Tailor. The assortment is much larger than you have been accustomed to look- ing over and in order to open up our Spring Clothing business with a rush, we are going to place these Nobby pants on sale at prices much less than any mer- chant in the Valley can buy them for. Juft look over these prices, then come and look at the goods. SALE PPlf-P<a Mens Nobby pants, giey and blue mixed with invisible stripe. - - - Sale price, - $1.50 - Regular price - $2.50 1 stylish ■ with cuffs, light grey mixture with green interwove - ■ ' $2.50- f " -$4.00 1 dressy ■ with belt straps, dark mixture, invisible stripe -- - ■ " $2.50- H " -$4.00 1 pan...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 15 April 1905

PROORBSS ON TIIH LOWBR COLORADO Thh y«*ar the output of produce from tho Imperial Volley bids fair to Hiirprimi evi'ii onthuMiantM on the oubject of di'tiurt irrigation. The html which only a feu yeum ago uu* a wante, abandoned to scanty HagobriiHh and Icau and leath ery jack rahbiti, In now, in I hit early ipringtlde, a wide expand* of growing crops and verdant Htock rain/e. Tho latent data, carefully compiled, show 102,300 acre* to l»e under cultivation in tho various flections of the Vnlley, in cluding several tlioliMtid acres on the I Mexican side of the frontier lino. The principal crops are wheat, hurley, ohlh and alfalfa. These are being grown partly for grain, partly for hay, and partly for stock-feeding. There are at present over 25,000 head of cattle, and about tlii* itaiue number of hogM, fatten ing on the laud, .and ovrr and altove local requirements, at least half a mil lion sacks of grain, besides thousands of tons of hay, will be available for ship ment out of tin; Va...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 15 April 1905

4 Yuma Project Tbe following rej^rt b*p brcn Blron out by the RrcUmstion Service Muirern ing the pr»vre«« of nfttioual irrigation cm tbe Colorado river. "Water will be dlwrted from tho Col (ratio river by tbe Iji^uua dam and the •lniceway» t «U>ut ten miles north* cast of Yuma, Aril., into two canal«, one on cacb sideof tbe river. The canal on the Artsons. side will have an initial capacity of 1600 «vond«feet f and the one on the California fide 200 second >fct»t. TbcM canals will irrigate all of the bot tom land* of the Colorado river and the Gila river, between lacuna dam and the Mexican boundary, in AriKona, an area of $4,000 acre», in round iuiiuUt and the bottom lauds in the Yuma, Indian reservation, in California— an area of 17,000 acres. "The Reclamation Serrice ha.« under [ eonsidcrmUon the plan to iwmp water for 25,000 acres on the Yuma Mc*a. near Yuma, Arts., but final action has not yet been taken in this matter. The plans contemplate tbe construction of a complete ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 15 April 1905

fin Chicago When you arrive in Chicago, on the Rock Island, the whole, great metropolis lies within easy reach. Your train lands you within a few steps, and on the level of the elevated lines —service to all parts of the city and to many suburbs. Only Depot oh the Loop La Salle Street Station is the only one on the elevated loop. It is also located nearest the leading hotels and center of the business and shopping district Where you will land is an item to consider in planning F. L. MILLER, ~ our to *** E**t. The Rock Island folder shows a r\' t p a . map of Chicago "down -town** section. Tickets, berths — - J" m. and full information from any Southern Pacific Agent or 237 So. Spring Str»et, _ t this office, Los Angeles. T_« Rock UUnd't Southern root* to th. E-O. vU □ Puo, baa do •qaal from a cfiauOte H. J. MESSI NQER Phone r «*» fo . r ri 8 to meet yor at the train. I i\/^r\/ 51 nH Ff-Prl Contracts taken for all Livery diiu rccu rf Jeam Wo| _ HOLTVILLE hay & okain for sale I Ch...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 15 April 1905

6 THE IMPERIAL PRESS fiM.un»p««tripii« *t ivniiu,(»L, »T IMPKUIAL I'IIKSM VVii. CO. F. O. HAVGNS. G4lt*r A M««t grt • «#• W.uh tht ihKi lplk«n 4*tt Ml ♦•«r r«r*r. ADVERTISING RATES IV 1 m.'nih 1 inch „„ I 1.00 2to IS inches (( l * p*£e)» \mr inch. .75 13 inchct (f{ P*fie) .-....—.........■. s •>• 62 inchct (S \*gv) 15.00 &2 inches (full p*gu) -.~ 23.00 avreiteo as second class mattuk SUBSCOPTK>N One Year • • • 11.00 His Months • • • •'.!*) Three Months • - • .25 single Copic* • .06 _________—_———— >___ _______ i DO NOT SEND STAMPS IN PAYMeVT Ihe number of our paid circulation will be furnished on application SATURDAY, APRIL 15. 1905. IMPERIAL IS PROHIBITION The result of the vote on the question of saloons or no saloons taken last Monday, resulted sixty six against license to thirty-seven for license. We regard this ver dict as one of the most important thin its ever done in Imperial. Hereafter there will be no ques tioning where this community stands on this question. ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 15 April 1905

IMPERIAL (trover's soft slmnis for tauder foot at Varney's. Ludies can now buy tin? Radcliff shou «t Vnrnuv's. The New York Rtnro has a snap In ladies turn-over coUarn. New hosiery hi plain and fancy pat tern* at the New York Store. Men's Oxfords, in tan, chocolate and black at the New York Store. Two hundred head of stock hogs for sale. Two miles from Imperial. F. N. Chaplin. Ladies, if voti want to s**e mmm lovely Hummer goodn, call at Varnuy's. I^irgu line just received. Remember tin? New York Stoic is the U-Ht place to trade, because they sell you giMids the cheapest. P. M. Itayles*. Supt. of the Holtoii 111 tern rim ti ; brought hi* family over to enjoy the circus Wednesday. Rev. J. P. Sloan will preach in the Christian church Sunday 11 a. ill. and Bp. in. All are invited.' T. McCaffery, trainmaster of the Southern Pacific, wan in town Wednes- day Hiineriutemliiig »he ''rapid transit" of the big show. M taxes Evelyn Rice, Agnes and Kate FerriSi Frank Salisbury and Bert Mini ger...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 15 April 1905

8 OUR WATUR RIGHTS c.-nimo^i (mn Pair* 1 AH the lAodt irrigated from tin* Ool<£ rmlo rirrr |>r»«ir u> tli* irux* «Im*ii, l»y treaty with Mexico mxl lcui»Ulion t»» Congrcw, the <lM?i«»w of *aler from that river 'will paw" umlf r Urn» »l*»olnte control of the Secretary of tlwp Interior, will have prior right* to the water* of that river. All diversion* of water thereafter will have to be ■abject to the rights already acquire 1*!1 *! to these waters by previous diversion aud bene ficial uj-e. Another instance iv soppott of the point* stated above »- the course taken by the United States iv regard to the owtiers of water rights iv the Truckee. river, Nevada, where tlw gov ernment b now constructing irrigation works under the National HevUmati<m law. In this case there were some farmers located along the river, irri gating their farms from it* waters, and therefore, owners of valid water right* based on beneficial use of the water on specific tract* of land. Tl»cse land ow...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 15 April 1905

(lovernrnent Ownership Soon To the inliahiUnttiof |»n|H»rUl Valley tliuru can Ih* 110 more iiiU'rcntiiig itewn llinii thai ilte government I" nlmni to Im'ciiium tlio |>oHRCRfIor of tin- water nyt it'iu of tliif Valley and In* n?»«pon«il>lo fur the delivery ••( water to tlio unuri. Tlieru may lie otliur thinirn d«»*lred f but this one thing overuhadowa all other* frr tho farmuni; they f • •■ • I thnt with one eut-hnck after another under the present regime, nuthing can In; no important, nothing quito no tirjrent iih to get greater jwwur than in ut pr«*fl< l ut back of the tcuaranteo thnt water will l»« delivered. Thin, however, in n proh* luin thnt in prcHwiiiK the |h»o|»Io lut« only. There is another question whic 1 presses the farmur hard, tin; country over, and that is trans|>ortatiou. Could only tho fanner secure the government ownership of the railroads, then he he liuvufl our troubles would be »t an end and he thinks that all tin: workers everywhere ought to lim int...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 15 April 1905

10 The Depression In Imperial ;Valley Real | Estate Mas Reached The Bottom. The | " J Reaction Has Begun., Soon Strangers | Will Be Prospecting Our Rich Farms $ | NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY—' if I Land With Water Stock ' $9 I! Und Without Water Stock § 1 2 :i!t' ; : , ' ) MFOR SAI-Eiili- S | |i| 1 60 Acres in No 7. Price $16 per Acre 160 Acres rive Miles south of Imperial. Land ••.* i. s , , For Land and Water Right, -- - - and Water Right. Price $30 per Acre - j^ || 320 Acres in No, 1. Deeded Land. All in Cultivation. One Mile $ S, - ,;. „ North of Calexico?* Price $40 per Acre for Land and Water Right ;^ •|| S I iii per I LtiniDcri Ltfti in ocr*i p I * 'i?HO REDUCED THE PRICES ON LUMBER? § 8 I WHITING LUMBER CO. | I THERE IS ONLY ONE | H WAY TO SELL LUMBER? THAT IS/TO SELL AT REASONABLE FIGURES M M We have lately come into Imperial Valley and are building up our stock as the trade demands. Our coming here has saved f |J jUi | >e yoDd a doubt hundreds of dollars that. would have bee...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 22 April 1905

The Imperial Press. VOL. V. Published at the center ol the greatest irrigated territory In America, In the heart of the Colorado dcKrt, San Dfego county. Southern California, 67 feet below the level ol th« «ea. Under pre«> cut canals, £50,000 acres: under Irrigation system when completed, 400,000 acre*. Adjacent to irrigated land In Arleona and land to be irrigated by the National Onvemment from the unme (rand Colorado river which wHlmake a combined body of more than a million Irrigated acres. C" **^ N the discussion of water 7 W r '*>' tts » heretofore published § J»iu the I'kichh, it has been mj0 clearly shown that the own * v^> eiH of the arid lands along, or accessible from the Colorado river, both in the United States and Mexico, are entitled to water from that Btrea.ni for the irrigation of their lunde. That all the water in that stream, not needed to maintain navigation, may be diverted and used for irrigation on these lands. That Mexico has conceded the right of the...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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