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Soda Springs Idanha Chieftain Newspaper Archive: December 31, 1903 - Page 1

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   Idanha Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1903, Soda Springs, Idaho                               I. DOdfeifBER SI. K R. 8. BUDGE, getting Attorney tr Like County, IDAHO mal Rank IDAHO. Prentdoet Vice S Canhler ;k National Bank ATELLO, IDAHO. ,f ITcsl dent Cimhler ip rf Watches, Clocks And WATCH RSPAIKITIG Whlttiun llulMinf. I1MIIO T CHcip Letdiflf ierchiflt Tailors Store nchers' Supplies >ry _.. and Srfltn Salt G. RO8B A recent utterance of Mr. Car- negie on the tion haa been much commended, to the effect that the beat proof that a mam is worthy of becom- ing an American citizen is that he has-the ambition to come.bere to better his condition, and that he haa saved money .enough to get here. And further, that "it is astonishing how soon a for- eigner who comes to this country is born That is all true, so far as it goes; but it applies only to the foreigners who co.me in good faith to become American citizens, and to stay in the country. It has no application whatever to the hordes of plun- derers who come with no inten- tion cf remaining, no in or care about the United States or its institutions, and with the sole thought of making a''stake" which they can take back with them to their native land, and on which they hope to live a life of idleness thenceforth. Such come over in they are in every labor trouble, are abso- lutely unscrupulous in their methods, remorseless In their and utterly contempt- uous of the law. They are prone to strike, with or without cuuse, being eager only for the money they can get and take away, and are utterly oblivious to reason, sense, or respect for the rights of others. They press always the highest wages, and spend tbe least sums for their food and clothes, in order to hasten tbe happy time when they retire' with the coveted to .support them in ibeir Tfiay'tfrBr1 individual either; but are sent on a of community plan, their transpor: tation and enough money to pass them through Garden be- ing furnished them, which they ttittst pay back out of their first earnings. Indeed; both in meth- ods of incoming, motives, con- duct whileiin this country, and their final departure, they are even more deserving of cxcln- than the Chinese-, for the 11% while having tbe 'motives of' accumulation, tbe contempt for our laws, and same ultimate purpose, do either Incite or tako part in lawless and vicious strikes. So that the same sound reasons which apply against the incoming of Chinamen also apply against tbe incoming of the hordes from Europe that come on the same and for tbe same purpose, to carry out their ends by vicious and moans. What U wanted a keep oat all mere plunderers, they hail trow ur from Asia. CABAL would Sortiono! it npon Panaaaa, he plainly thf.t be cannot answer for his people and sewns to think that they will go to war. The war will be farcical Indeed. The role of United States will be to keep the peace on the canal strip which she can easily do with two ships atfd a handful of marines, But the administra- tion is prepared for any emer- gency. There are United States ships on each side of the Isth- mus, and they carrya large force marinas, some of whom have been tended, orders from Washington are to prevent the landing of any force with hostile Intent and to wait for .Colombia to make war. Several regiments of troops are held in" readiness by the War Department fojr transportation to the Isthmus, although the administration does not intend to use them unless hostilities actually take place. Many politicians declare fhat so i liket set Ins rat Rt Wall Street has come to elusion that Senator Gorman lea safe man" and will favor hlni instead of President Rwxsevelt, especially as a democratic vic- tory in the next campaign would not change the republican ma- jority in the senate, which could block all tariff legislation. The republicans are not afraid of these rumors and declare withacarapaign of Money against J Roosevelt and the People, the Sail publicans wonld be win. that Wall i Street may be able to give Gor- man the nomination but wit thai election. -ffrtw- property; at seven he Is, if in- telligent, answerable for a crime; ing is a boy's essay Muck: "The dnck is a tow, bird, composed mostly feathers. He is a "poor singer, having a Lvoice caused by getting frogs iA his neck. He i water and carries a toy I in his stomach, which i air on going in swim- rer his head, to keep from He can quack loud, but fng a little bit. Some doc called quacks because such cheap ducks. The i only legs, and they so far back on his running nature that she came missing his body. A doctor has only two legs by are fastened on his body n. His bill is not so a duck's, but a heap I and harder to pay. Some [when they get big have i their tails and are called Drakes don't have hatch, but just loaf, iniing and eat. If I was to be a duck. I would be a drake every time.' ning like mad down the dumping the occupants, iindred other accidents, are occurrences. It be- i everybody to hava a re- salve handy and there's i good as Buckleh's Arnica Bums, efits, sores, ec- piles' disappear quickly its swtbing effect. 25e, lerson's drug store. rhasapologbed to United tjsui Davis, When he on tbe MONEY TO ernor of tbe xMty furteen, if he Vf.Hand offered formal at could choose a guardian; at four teen be is punishable for a mis- demeanor; at eighteen be is qual- ified for BHlitttry service; at twenty-one he may declare hint' self independent of his father k f- Disease ,i- f from Colombia aro warlike. Tbeir bwm raised by democratic opposition to treaty. la a that OolombiMM, with the footttb daring which ia character the Latin Americans and with of sease which ortsed to tbe treaty MM! disregard intoroaU Panama, will insist sta to rotafcn tbo Tito European natkuc, Uwtir against it, and is old enough to vote. At twenty-five he eligible to con- gress; at thirty to tbe United States senate, and at forty-five he from military duty, lit R. AtMtfuc. The Eev. Irl B. Hicks Almanac for 1904. now ready. It will be mailed to any address for 80 cents. It is surprising how such an coatljr book can sent prepaid cheaply. No family or person prepared study tbo or tbe and weather in 1004, wonderful Almanac and paper, arosent one dollar a year Word Works is among the beat American Uto Hicks Almanac, it too known to Mod further common- dation. mum have morn faitbfeUjr for pubttc goud or found a warmar place in order to Word and Worka Co., Locuat St., Ht, Mo. for the sttffered by him from tbe TnrkUh soldiers who bad wrongfully arrested Attartan, a natnrallzed American citiacn, Attarian's arrest the cause of the trouble and he has now been liberated. Admiral CottonVfleet Is still at Beirut, waiting the settlement of other difficulties with the Sultan -s gov ernmect. _ ACoittr Blunders are very expensive. Occasionally life U the price of a mistake, but you'll be wrong if yon New Life bead -er or'bowel yet thorough lersonrs drug store. 26c, at w nltwuy ow tun wood tor. tta of tfe Uac to MI7 (Mint within in of knows the rtcat mtm. who will persist In aftpa- aaraiwit tinual of Dr. Sww Discovery Con- will bava bitter what T. B to t. every (tan MI or mnU witii ami llwt of J. Itolt C. T. WOODAU. Flrst-Glags Btr and Club Boomt Livery. Fed Mb StiMt Headquarters for Stockmen, TtHristt Commercial Tnvtlert. RATES REASONABLE. Soda Springs, Idaho. r NATtmAL LITWfA the Best High Irresistible Gln-Rlckeys and Whiskey Pefictoiiv It MlM4 >rlth In It hw IOAN-N A HKO. TURNER. O. Abstract Co. POCATELLO. IDAHO, LOAN Off IMPROVED LAND ENTRTBB, FINAL PflOOfV, tttC. ATTKKOCD PBOMPTLY. ABSTRACTS AN0 CONVEYANCING A BAKOWOVT BBAMCK A TlMi. Tw mcb h" Fctknra f'T to W'M m. ?V< I Jk. St. i A tJWMMHWW two for from to T Co. one j Why a ui Rubber Stamp iNEWSPAPERl iNEWSPAPERl   

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