SNIPS & ST. JOHNS HERALD
BIS IPS fe HlíRALD
Vol. 1, 4L
ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., OCT. 31, 1903.
SNIPS, Vol. 3, Ko. 8
HERALD, Vol. 20 Ko.G
' Springcrvillc Sittings. i Clifton with a load of cheese,
J butter and fowls.
" Dr. J. IS. Storey lias returned! Eajfar hag hufl Uie ,lonor of
tt h.s home in Morn.ci Ariz. jcelebratinif two weddings, this
A. H. Pratt came in from : ,veek. Mr. J. O. Hall and Miss
hin ranch 'the early part of UtejLettie Burli were married on
week. - j Tuesday and Mr. Henrv Slade
Frwl T. Co! ler relumed Monda j :á Nanette Eagar were mar-
f;jn Holbrook where he had nea on weun kvc a
been to ship cattle.
wedding dance Wednesday night.
B th couj)les are well known
here and respected people of
father, Mr. Bazan, are visiting ths sectiüll. We wish them
Mrs. St. George Creaghe and
old friends in the city.
Mr. James A. Rudd and fami
ly came in ironía Aztec, N. M.
Sunday. Mr. Rudd came to
visit his mother and father
whom lie had not seen for six
teen years ' J'
much joy and happiness.
Eagar Sent nri.
The Chinese Question.
If the opinion ., rendered by
i Judge Wing in the IPhited States
! court at Cleveland, Ohio, is sus-
John Hall, o? Eagerville, and tained, the Chinese exclusion la n
Miss Lettie Burk, of this city will suffer a severe blow and In
wcre united in the holy bonds ' spectors Webb and O'Conneil in
of mairim ny Tuesday evening. : this locality will have a much
The wadding was a quiet one. harder time in securing: a convic
only a. few friends bein- inv:ted. ; tion. The judge decided that
Their many friends w'sh them before he could issue an order
a lone- and hannv vovate over : for the deportation oí the three
is not a Korean and virtually the
whole ecxlsuion act is 'nullified
thereby. Heretofore the offi
cials held that if the Chinamen
arrested could not prove to the
satisfaction of .the court that
he was lawfully' in the United
States he was ordered deported.
The outcome of the decision
will be watched with interest
and no doubt the first case that
now comes up before any of the
courts of Arizona this question
will be raised by the defense and
the government forced to' prove
the identity of ' the ''' árrested
chink. Tombstone Prospector.
the sea. of li fe.
, ;$btn--el1 (river is doing- some
Chinamen who were up before
him charged with being illegally.,
in the United States, that the
government must prove beyond
a reasonable doubt that the 'ac
cused were Chinaman and not citi
zens of some other conn rv, such
J. A. Bigehnv saw two rarge ! as Korea, etc. The officials were
mountain' lions near Amity re-notable to prove thio and the
. Mr. E R. De Witt "and fumilv
are going to Mesa City to spend
ftp. winter. . .
Chinamem were discharged.
Should this decision be upheld
by the federal courts the immi
gration official will be greatly
hampered as the burden of proof.
Mr. George' 1 Sho-p, who! will be laid upon them- It will
been biok since ilast April, be necessarv to prove that each
recoved and has startwd to particular Chinaman in question.
Nice for Bad Boys.
'December.! st .is; the. d ate fixed
upon for the opening of the Ter
ritorial Industrial school, and
thirty young seapégraces will
enter the institution with due
eclat and few misgivings on that
date. Judge O'Brien, oi Tomb
stone, for many vears connected
with the California school at
Whittier, will serve, as superin
tendent. Where able to do so,
parents or guardians will be
asked to defray the expenses of
the little;incqrrigibles sent there,
ff 't'hey a.re not able and the' lit tie
sinners insist upon breaking into
the schodl they will receive the
discipline and education free.
It's nice enough place to induce
boys to oe pretty bad in order to
get there. Enterprise.
For a nleasant physic take
ChaniberlaiiVs Stomach and Liver
Tablets. Easy to take. Pleas
ant in effect. For sale2 by St.
Johns Drug Co. s
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