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Reno Evening Gazette Newspaper Archives May 8 1901, Page 1

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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 8, 1901, Reno, Nevada Our of owing an of vol i. Reno evening Gazette Reno Nevada wednesday May no. 28. California s glad greeting Battle of giants. The presidential car pelted with roses All along the line. Redlands storm Center. Fry gazettes leased wire Redlands cal., May s Tram bearing the presidential party entered the land of fruit and Flowers shortly after Midnight when the Colorado River crossed at Yuma. The him glimpse of California this morning was not repossessing but it was a novel sight. The train running through the bed of an am Lent Salt sea South of the an Arcade of color Over Orange Street under which the party drove to the Casa Loma hotel where the exercises took place. The Broad Street was literally carpeted with roses purple lupins and red poppies and the where tilled wealth of Flowers the a r with frag the exercises took place on the flow new York Stock change utterly demoralized. To ave desert it is two Hundred bedecked Balcony of the hotel in Plain Belo a the sea and is a White Sheet of thousands. Of encrusted Salt which is slowed up As an Indian band from the school at Eastern Farmers plow their Fields. This Perns Cal played patriotic airs below was passed very Eaily in the morning. While the president exchanged Greet soon after the trin entered san her Ings w Ith governor Gage and the Dis Sanlino county famed for its wonder to anguished assemblage on the Balcony. Ful fruits and hurried along through the mayor of Redlands introduced Green pm Hanting Orange Groves. In governor Gage who in eloquent Lan the distance towered the Snow mantled Guage that roused an enthusiastic Echo summits of san Jacinto and san Ber in the crowd below welcomed the pre Jardmo each ten thousand feet silent and extended to him the free High. Dom of the state. The women and children held roses the president s response delivered in their hands and pelted the Presl in Graceful style Drew repeated cheers Dent s car with them As the train Rush from the vast throng below him. Gig Jav. The exercises were followed by a Redlands the first Stop in the state drive of about an hour and a half was reached at 9 o clock. Through the Orange growing Section. Governor Gage and the senators and while the party was driving commit representatives in Congress had Gath tees had been Busy decorating the ered Here to Welcome the chief exe train and when the president returned to California. It was filled with Flowers. The City was beautifully decorated. The train left for los Angeles at venetian masts with streamers formed noon. Fire among Cotton Bales. Fierce conflagration in Cotton warehouses in Augusta a. By the gazettes leased wire a Fousta. A May s fire that broke out Here at 1 30 this afternoon has done considerable damage and is spreading. The warehouse of the i Nion com press company Bien destroyed and the warehouses of p a Mitzey com Pany and s. M. Whitney Are burning furiously. If is believed that ten thousand Bales of
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