A.C. Ware

”The carnival features elicited universal expressions of admiration. They included a number of bewildering and beautiful parades, by day and by night; the bringing in of twenty-seven bands from all parts of the Inland Empire, including the famous mounted cowboy band from Pendleton, Oregon, and the elaborate social entertainment of thirty-three princesses from as many towns in Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Montana.

Credit for the brilliant success of the carnival was awarded to …A.C. Ware, …”

Reference Data:

The History of the City of Spokane and Spokane County, Washington, Vol. 1, by Nelson Duane Durham, 1912, pages 607-8

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