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(]IdARDIAN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 1.5, 1923. PAGE SEVEN rosl)ect to the seizure of foreign cur- DON&apos;T TAKE CALOMEL shington Letter : IIiMIGRANT QUOTAS new international era W. C. News Service) Sept. 10.---In anti('ipa- CON(IRESS SENTIMENT FAV()IS discussion of the I)r,)l)len, RESTR1CTI()N c0minff (.',ongress l)eparL- officials are alr(,ady For nlally years (Jongress h.J.,; d(,.- attention to the devi.'ing bated immmerable plans I'er rexl:rict- of selective immigration inff immigration and checkin,,." the will be offere(l m; a flood el' aliens who have sought llavon basis for legislation, in this eounu'y of" the western worhl. no dissent from th(, ,,pin- Each metho(1 ])reposed m , t haw ;he present immigratioh pol- some advantage but all haw their dis- be discontinu&t. It has :ulvantages .rod any moihodef re:am(.- to bridg'e a ?'ap un- tien inw)lves perplexing difficultie.s nt policy can be Sentiment in Congress. none (he less. but its defects are ;,) ol)- h'ans to the side of re:triction even there is no (temand from though any plan that mig'ht be w,)rke( that it be retained any out will not escape cxiticism. Tlere is necessary, is an insistent demand from the man- agers of large, industrial en'erl)rise ----_____ LAGUE OF NATIONS [ that the bars be let down on the ground that there is ah'eady x lal)or of the fateful test of shortage in Lhe United States. It is Italy and the l,eague improbable that any prop(sal will l)e is awailed with inLerest made to remove all restriction( and leaders who set-. in it a open the gates to the flood that woul?l to point the \\;vqy to be Imur in from the less fortunate coun- the forthcoming cam- tries still bearing the sc.-a's of war. is generally conceded that The literacy Lest, it is acknowh, dg- eds i composing e(l, fails to achieve the I)urpose for beLween italy . and which it was designed. The I)ropof aain brought lqu- tional principle now in :force als,,) has threshoh] of war, it will its defects. After the experiment af- issue in the United forded by the present law, which hits a much more dominant resulted in periodical races across the] it would othe, rwise. On Atlantic to beat tim closing of lt;: hand, if it fails to put an quota of admissible aliens from dangerous controversy it or another country, administration] cease to be a factor in officials are trying to devise a :;ystem Polities and will pa:s entirely by which the aliens may be exam- e Stage where it has long ined before their departure for the For this reasml the Uniten United States and the intermittent a greater interest in the jam at Ellis Island obviated. begun under such tragic It is reeog3fized that any standard then it wouhl have of admissibility that may be fixed more than the m;ual clash must apply without discrimination to nationalistic sentiment all races and peoples alike and that to hold sway in Europe. moral, physical and mental qualitica- "----- tions mut be weighed without re- JAPAN's NELI), ,   gard to nationality or religious belief But any standard must be to some in Washington, statesmen exten t arbitrary. Character, the thing who profess to see most sough after, is not to be meas- which has overtak- ured by rule of thumb. Illiteracy is Working of a beneficent often times a matter of unavoidable altogether ob::cured by circumstances and it is regarded as aspects of the tragedy, a very misleading test of character. nfel;ence in Washington New Measure to be Framed allay the suspicion with The Committee of hnmigration of the and Japanese peo- House of Representatives of the last] UPon each other.. It is Congress heht extended hearings on] diplomatists that what- the subject of immigration and a bill] of it remained will be was introduced by Chairman Johnson I by the engulfing wave of at the eleventh hour when there was] 'hteh has brought into no hope of its passage. The whole, this old country of the subject will probably be gone over new republic of the anew when the new Congress is of response of the United ganized and a new measure framed. needs in her hour Undoubtedly it will lead to extended generous. Never debate, the favorable outcome of the East and the which is not likely to be promoted completely bridged. It by unprofitable controversy. misunderstanding, lies at the root of .......... Sad conflict, will be much TREATY OF LAUSANNE creep into relations be- The treaty of Lausanne, which is countries standing at still looked upon in diplomatic quart- :s. From that point of ers largely as a questionable experi- terrible as it has ment in international benignity, has ark the beginning of a aroused more than usual apprehension Dr. ANNIE M. BREMYER CHIR OPRA CTOR rduate of National College of Chiropractic, Chicago, announces Ihe opening of her office in SUITE 318 HALL IUILDING Fihh and Louisiana Sts. Phones LI_ Othe' 'rurs 9-12--2-5 Oifice 9890 By Appointment Residence 4-2681 Spinal Analysis and Consdhation Free House Calls Made Day or Night ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY : Mena, Arkansas :,Boarding and Day School for Girls. BOYs UNDER TWELVE ADMITTED Pfiraary, Grammar Grades, High School and Full Commercial Courses. Music Department Gives Full Courses in Piano, Violin and Voice. TERMS MODERATE For Particulars Apply to / Sisters of.Mercy Reopens the Second Monday of September in France, especially among ve.ehIRlSE IN IVIARK CAUSES CaLlmlics. It is regarded as but natural that France :dxouhl have mis-] gtvmgs ow'r au arrangement which] places Christians in the TurMsh do- nfimon entirely at the mercy of a l government which a few years back -shocked the (:ivilize.d worht by it.,..; at- t:eml)t to exterminate a whole Chris- ti:m people. France, however, harsh . il has been in the treatment of" the Catholic Church at homo., has, stram.,'e- ly enoug]l, never relinguished its; lille of proteet(n" of the Chrusti.m mi.siin in the Near East. which has Imon al)l(|e IlleLlllln'less by the ]AI.LINallII(] treaty. The ('ffe('L. of this :q,'rerm('nl. are I id(.cril,e(I as f()llows by the N(mvelh,s I l{eligieuses: "The cal)ituhttions have been ab,d- ished, the Turkish autlmrities haw full iurisdietion over the mission:tries, lhe l'(,I. Itll(.  of tile :(!hools D.iid reli.e, ious estahlishnaents i.; not fixed hy the treaty but renmins at the mdr(.y of the Turks who will or wilt not ilfform the .:in-flory i)owers of their inten- tions in this resmet. '['he (;hrisians. and ill particular the American,% are abandoned entirely to the nation of assassins which has already exlermi- nated 1;we thirds of lheir numhers. G00.00iAN BOERSE PANIC Constitutional (ttaralliee of Sanctity --of 1)wellings and l'rivac.y of .Mails Invalidated. Berlin, Sept. 8..--The spectacular. iml)rovenent in the German tnarlt, re- port('d from New York. has thrown the Boerse atld curh spect, lau)rs into a I)anic. This has a]so affected sm.tll invesi, ers, -s uell :is h,')te] cashierm waitel4, b;lll)er.; ;tlld eilr:ll' shop sales- men, who ul) io q late hollr yest('ldlls. were buy ng up dollars on the l)asis of the Ber:in quol.ttion of 53.000.000 marks or better. While vamous reasotls tl'e assigned for the i)recipitate drop in the dollar rate, atnollg which is the imln'ession of an irnpending settlement of the Ruhr conflict, the prevalent ot)Jnion is" inclined t,() view the passing im- l)rov(,ment as a play staged by the hear:; on the foreign bour:;es who are t'd<ing advantage of the local Boerse holiday to cover short sales. This vic'.w in accepted as a reason- ble ext)lanai:ion, inasmuch its the Government's drastic ordinance with This is the balance of the treaty, and 1 . .................................... the end of the l)re.stig of the most ey, anti a|llong the (',hristians Omre Christian Nation. If l,h'ance no hmg- will be some Em'epean subjects." er counts in the Orient, then the l If this I)rediction shouhl be fulfilled Christian faith no longer counts. I',ng- Lhere mip;ht as we'l. be some Amen-. hind will never be the protecto: oft cans ci'tizens; for the Turks do not dis- Catholic interests in Moslem huMs,[ criminate where Christianity is in-I nor will Italy, despite the efforts of lvolved and the siLu-tion that has been' I Mussolini. The treaty of Lausanne created is one that affects all coun-I places France on the same footing tries whose nationals are in the Near as the other nations, that is to say East The UniLed States is noL a sig- in the ranks of the indifferenL, and natory of the Lousanne treaty but in leaves Turkey a free hand to finish her work of exterminating every- thing Christian. Already a large number of French Catholic schools have been closed because the massa- crof the Christians and the prohi- bition of foreign language schools ha, robbed them of their pupils. England too, has alrdady prohibited the teach- ing of French in Jerusalem, Mossul and Bagdad. During the last eight months the number of pupils in the Catholic schools has fallen f'om 110,- 000 to 70,000. Msgr. Lagier, who is considered an authority on Turkey, makes this pre- diction as a result of the conditions brought about by (he treaty of Laus- anne : "The tie is'not far distant when, despite all promises, the massacre m Chnstmns will begin again m 2u.k- PRINTING " ' OFFICE SUPPLIES DESKS Our printing plant is very complete, automatic feeding presses doing finest of work. Send for illustrated price list of Office Supplies. PARKIN Printing & Stationery Co. Little Rok, Ark. Residence Phone Office Phone 4-3572 7834 DR. E. J. MAHONEY DENTIST Suite 521-22-23 Doaaghey Bldg. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. a special treaty with Turkey has rec- ognized the same condition.  |, Mr .Traveler Tourist, Motorist Visitors, Stop at the Coolest Quietesl, tleatest a Just Like Home Place The Freiderica Capitol Ave. & Gaines St. Five minutes to the heart of Little Rock. Send the Guest, we'll do the rest. L__w SAFETY, CONVENIENCE. 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BROTHER ALBERT, No. 3 SEARCY, ARK. rencies was already kn(>w on the Berlin Boerse yesterday, where its ef- ['e('t failed to make a perceptihle tent in the dollar quotation, which reached the top figure of 65,000,000 marks in unofficial trading during the late af- FOR INACTIVE LIVER BOND'S LIVER PILLS ARE III';TTER They are intended solely for the Liver and Bowels and promptly re- move the bile and l)msmmus waste in ternoon. a'mih[, yet effecLive nmnner. Billious- The :ections of the German C,;nsti- hess, ])izziness. Headaches, Fevers, tution guaranteeing the s'mctiiy or etc., can't continue when these hteal l.iver Pills are used. One is the dose. dwellings, the right ef German citi- zens to safeguard their property :rod privacy of postal, telegraphic and tle- uhonic communications "u'e de,.lared inwtli(l by the Irovermnental decree' regulating dealings in foreign curren- cies. It is understood ihal Party (7ore> ciller Feltinger of the Minisi|'y of C()nllnerce. all exl)or| Oll eCOllOlllic questions, has been enlrused \\;vitll cp.rrying out 1.he provisions of lho ,le- cree, CANAI)IAN CATI] OI,IC a t RUTII SOC1FTY I'LANS NOTABLE CONV ENTION t Ottawa. Sept. 10.--The third an- num convention of the C'flholic rrr/tt.)] Society, which prmnises to be one () I the most notable eveuts of the eccle- siastical year in Canada, will be beld here from September 25th to Sepl:cm- ber 28th under the patronage of the Most Rev. Joseph M. lhnard. Arch- l)ishop of Ottawa. 'l'he proffranl arrange|l is one of Lhe nmst comprehensive .ever "renounced by a Canadian Catholic organization and many distinguished speakers from the United States will be heard. Among these are include(1 the Very Rev. Thenms F. Burke, C. S. P., Su- perior of the Congrega, tion of St. Paul; the Rev. Roderick MacEachen, of the Catiiolic Univm, Ay of America, and Michael Williams of the Calvert Associates. 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The Sisters of the Infirmary and the able medical and surgical staff connected with them, provide a Three Years" Course of theoreti- eal, practical and modern tralning fitting the graduates for successful future effort in all classes of nursing, both medical and surgical, and all cases pertaining to general hpspital work. The Infirmary is acknowledged to be one of the best equipped in stitutions in the South. It has a capacity of 250 beds, 100 private rooms and about 5,000 patients are treated annually. he next class is now being formed. Applicants must have one year of High School or the educational equivalont, and recommendation fl'om reputable parties. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS ADDRESS SISTER SUPERIOR ST. VINCENT'S INFIRMARY Tentt and High Streets Little Rock, Ark.