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tn**Ev gripping column of comment dragX’ d down only peri wt> lo lh*(r '
Some of the larger aspects of the immigration problem are «nd, new not«» m The roster Houd level
considered by P n f . Robert De C. Ward in the Scientific Month- n > * * of Dec. is. Urine the o b e e r e n - ----------------- —
/y for October.
A t the outset he shows that i f " b on e r r o r to ^
_ _ , Und durian
ONE ON MR. 9 LCOTT
recent vleit to Mother
assume that our **traditional policy has been to t>ioLide
gnguwd. her »neeetr»! home.
asylum and a haven of refuge for the poor-and the oppressed of
When the Uncus*<' of business I t '
every land. From the very foundation of the mpubbe there has
skeichin* the h»rd»hip* snd J ^ rn citve » ‘ wen is^turMing” * 5^
been shown a desire that there should be some restriction, privation* of their dally lives The
Two «urkeys cam- up to the out-
H'suJltNyfoN questioned the advisability of immigration, except coutmst »¡th America proieu oncv »kirU of u crowd »here Governor Ben
of certain skilled mechanics.
Jefferson expressed the wish that
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Thursday, Dectmbr 28, 1922
f.i^ d R u J T 't o W
t«n»i*niMs lo r o i .
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Shoe Repairing Neatly and Quickly Done
Shoes, Slippers, Rubbers, Shoe Polish
Socks and Gloves
OUR BUSINESS BUILT ON HONEST DEALING
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The Article contains a heart thrill-, “ Who la dat —« » SainT"
It la true that immigration traa wel- thousands ok aliens' were actnally die- mg paragraph concermag a visit to " I don’t know what bts name Is,"
conked nod encouraged
for many trtbuted where there Is Uck of farm the grave of a fallen h erein Prance, said
Sa'tn. "'but he certainly do rec-
yenrs because tt was regarded as »¡laborers, the majority of them would and another of abaorting !ntere.t rela- ommend hiaself mo» highly.”
of n?tto"»1 strength.
The not be effective.* We do need highly tlve to the statu* of the tom s a Oath-.
BLAMES INNOCENT WORM
country was sparsely settled, there intelligent labor, skilled In our farm- ollc hierarchy In F.nglanu and thaj
was much free land, and an Insuffi Ing methods: and able to manage mod- typical deportment of Its "celibate'*
w* " ‘ 00 *
cient amount j >/ labor.
The Immi era farm machtneo*- Ignorant, un priest*. Read the two Item, below: ! . Tw0
Office: Main l i U
Res.: Tsbor lit?
"A friend of Mrs. Tussey't made Ing
. .. expedition. . c They
■ were novices
grants In t d H j g l y decade* of the akilled. noo-Engtlah-epeoklng foreign
a trip to France to kee her b o y . grave « ‘ h; . « * “ *
» W # y , gettln' on.
Hour* * A. M
national history were few and of ers would not meet the need.
to 11 M. 1 lo
"Och. simply rot*
and with th* thought to \mind that ^
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Beware What does
she would plac* a monument at the * * vl a# \
A ppointm ent
head of .he grave. Upon her return
It la said that "cheap labor" Is
she said she was entirely satisfied.
Prof Ward shows how this Ideal needed to man our factories and She saw many a French lady or girl W H AT
YOU TO TRAOEt
iu course of time came into conflict
and even children with their arms full
I have an ialereat in n new house
with changing economic and social fessor Ward contends that cheap of blossoms, going to decorate the not ynt ^omplata. In Astoria. Ore.
Dr. O. O. Fletcher
foreign labor it often dear ( ai any
grav*'s~\ the fallen heroes
She Qood locution. «l.OPk.M U the emount
• u lte Via M organ Building
"In the face of cold, hard, present- price: that It la usually in the long abapdoue<\ the idee of placing a menu- of thu enutty.
Will trade tor any-
(„■or W ashin gton and llru a J w a*
day facts It has had to be abandoned.
. Portland, Oregon
•on * * r« T«- » * »he felt thing worth The money. Address H
O red u ete L a d * A eeletant
Theee facts are that the supply of pensive, and that
"he w«m not better than the thousands J. care of WaaUrn Anver loan.
public lands Is exhausted: that acute rapid development jtf onr country la of otnbra who l*y beside him. Sbe ■ ......... —
labor problems have arisen: that im by no means ■ aHUgether desirable. sent w o r d h v Mr*. Tussey to other vv o. CONRAD
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migration has increased enormously The vital question, after all. is not mother's v h m f sons still were In
and fundamentally changed Its d u e
France to f M st ease and rest ns- j
acter; that our cities are congested country, but how best can we de sored that France was not forgetting j
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wjth aliens: that we have failed to velop lt.
the Jhoys who gallantly said T h ey '
T t la of vital consequence that the
All Kinde of
assimilate them, and that large num
shall not pass.'
bera of mentally and physically unfit lualtty of these hussan beings who
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lee Third Ptreot
harg come to our shores
Our so- come to us from ether land, should CATHOLICS ROUSING ENGLAND
called traditional policy began. In fact be of the best, so that they shall not I "There are Catholic schools In Eng
to be a bar. do rfed almost 50 years ago Injure but Improve our stock. Every.land while no active Interest has
If you have a breakdown on
when Congress first put up the bars day that passes witnesses the landing been aroused against them there Is '
your way, phdtte us. We
against certain classes of economically on our shore* of aliens whoas coming a tide of feeling which is iloVIy rising!
HKi.p you IN quickly. No
Established IPX I nr. 1»11
and morally undesirable aliens. It Is
delay la getting on your war.
Loaf or Short Wood aad foal
now obvious that our "asylum" has be 'a deterioration o f the mental and People in England do not see the
came crowded with alien insane and physical standards of the American Irish question discussed in the news of
I the day aa we do. They say that we
alien feeble-minded: that our ■ refuge" race of the future."
t. Mth sad Hawthorne Avo.
The assumption that we can safely* » r# foolish to mix into the Irish quea-
is a penitentiary well filled with alien
sdmit as many Immigrants as can bn. l *on as we do snd that most of the
paupers .and criminals.
The un-American policy Is not re Industrially assimilated. Is a mistaken agitation In this country In favor of
striction but Indiscriminate hospital one. The real questions are: How '-he Irish Free States comes from the
ity to immigrants. - it is un-Ameri many can be politically assimilated; Catholic Irish In America. Most o f,
can for ns to permit any such Influx how many can be thoroughly Ameri- the very beat Irish Catholic families
of alien immigrants aa will make the cantxed; and what sort of contrlbu-,-do not want to see Ireland under her
process of assimilation and amalgama don are they Ukely to make in the own rule as they regard the people as
tion of our foreign population any development of our future race?— not qualified to rule themselvee. The
2fth and Franklin
Protestants of England ere thorough
more difficult than it already is. It From Review of Reviews.
ly disgusted with the way things arei
la for the best interests of the alien
bandied in Ireland,
as well as of America that our Im
i On the boat going to England there
migrants should be numericsdly re
F. A Bohna
were eight priests who were drunk
stricted and wisely and carefully se
By Julia C. Gray
nearly all the time and busily engaged .
' in dancing, hugging the girls of their
Cheap Foreign Labor
! I \ ° YOU remember
crowd, and gambling. Many started
Servies for Right People
rheae Broadway U M
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How in the old days
gambling as soon after the mass as
M M Sixtieth Avenue S. K.
Aa to the "melting-pot" idem. Pro-
they could get to the table and be
feasor Ward takes the ground that
seated. One prleet was arrested f o r 1
Were the substance of religion?
When in Doubt Where to
whet goes Into the "melting
TB Y THE
termines whet shall come out of 1L
GET JOB8 BEFORE HAND
" If we pnt Into rt~*o«tpd. sturdy ! Th* t we ,houM llT*
Many people were coming to th e,
stock; akin to the pioneer breed ! Only to prepare for DEATH ?
.United States and it is singular in--
SM Washington Street
which first people this country and j ~.j
a. L. c
deed that nine out of every ten had
founded its institutions; If these new ,And do 5,011 realUe
a position ready for him when he
»locks ere not only sound physically i Y *1»4 H** w°tl<l
L A . PERRY
but alert mentally, then we shall de Is being transformed?
One man’s wife was going to New
velop a new race here, worthy to
York. He was already a policeman,
Deliveries Leave at 10 A M. and I P. K
3 North Third Street
carry on the, ideals snd traditions of 4,1 d ,B our lllerBture
having been in this country hut fiv e !
the founders of this country. But if Ye*. *T« n 1» our pulpits,
gnn at. and Sand* Boulevard.
months and he was a native of Ireland, i
Stare Teker BOOd
the materiel fed into the melting pot
is s polyglot assortment of national Is being preached!
Is not right, when a native born!
ities, physically, mentally and morally
. B. F. Miller
American Is taken into consideration,
below per, then there can be no hope i Everything now teaches
SaaKary Plumbing aad Heating
and through a league of state federa-!
Jobbing Promptly Attsndod to
of producing anything but an inferior “ Expreee. Express,
Med fraternal societies such as we !
Every cell In the body says
M2* Bind H M .
have in Oregon It can be stopped and '
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To the argumehf that each of the ! " Pr«l>»r*
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Pure Sweet Hotne-Made
different alien peoples coming here ^ife has no limitations
Mrs. Tussey is glad to be back and ,
has something to contribute to Ameri-1 Except what We ourselves set;
we are certainly glsd to have her snd
can civilization. Professor Ward re- Health. Happiness. Prosperity
Mr. Tussey back with us. Possibly,
Storage sag Repairing
plies that there Is nothing In biologi- Are our heritage,
W s A rs tbs Trouble Uhooters
Just the Pur* Appi* Juice Mads
later, Mrs. Tussey will tell us more •
cal discovery which would lead us to
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to Order and Delivered at
of Old Englahd. her former home.
hope that only the virtues ot the races i * CAME," said the Master,
Phone Auto. M l-U
50c Per Gallon
J. C COC K K RH A M
which are going to make up the future "That Ye might have life,
SERMON IN DARK AND EVIL DAYS :
America will survive, and the vices be h ih more abundant.”
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eliminated. In fact, the vices and ;And we
Fifteen hundred year* ago, during the
the undesirable qualities are just as i Abundant, radiant life
Staple and Fancy
Dark Ages, when the Church, doepite
likely to survive as the virtues. Speak- j HERE AND NOW.
the degradation of the tjmes, was
ing of the racial aspects of the imtni-! Yhe ° ld world passetii.
Candy - Cigars - Tolmeen
«ration question. General Leonard THE JOLLY NEW WORLD IS HERE. keeping the world sweet for posterity,!
(From The Nautilus, December.) the good Bishop 9alnt Eloy delivered
•BM Ninety-second ML ». E.
Wood has said: "The American ce
Old Lin* Llfd Indurane«
I before .his flock the following fer-
ment hkfe about ail the sand it will
American Central Life
The point won,by a lie generally Tent exhortation:
The need, of farm labor in this coun- Impales the victor, for the burdens ' "H
u°l enough, most dearly be-
try is often emphasized, but professor I of victory ride light on the shoulders loved, for you to have received the
Fresh and Cured Meats
Ward points out that even ''■If many of honor.
nanie of Christians, If you do not do i P. O. Box 105
7IM Fifty-fifth Ave. S. E.
j Christian works.
frequently to church; humbly seek1
the pafrdnage of the sain.*; keep the
Lord’s day in reverence of the resur
e l e c t r ic
Local r« presentativi
rection, without aDy servile work;
celebrate the festivals of the saints
SPANIOL * PETERSEN
with devout feelings; love your neigh-!
223 Third Street
bors as yourselves.
What you would 1 551 Commercial
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desire to be done to you by others,'
217 West Bond Street
IDEAL ROOFING CO.
S E R V IC E
Cakes and Cookies
Our JoBy New World
29th Street Garage
Owl Drug Stores
We have one store open for bus
iness at 317 Astor street.
After January 1st we will open
another Store in Lovell Garage,
and will carry a full line of phono
graphs, records, etc«
Wishing All a Happy and Pros
perous New Year.
Owl Drug Co.
T he E mporium
Formerly Eleventh and
Commercial Si*. '
Union Oyster House
The Ladies Shop
bas saved from the fire $2700 worth of Coats,
Presses, Waists and Furs.
W’ill dispose of everything nt cost,
chàndisc in first-class condition.
C ID E R
G. C. REDMAN
A. S. CONNER
H. E. HADLEY
Fancy and Staple Groceries
Soft Drinks, Tobacco, Confections
Gas — Auto Supplies — Oil
that do you to others. What you
would not have done to you, do to
"Before all things, have charity,'
sins. Be hospitable and'humble, cast
ing your care upon God. for He careth
for yoq. .Visit the sick; seek out the I
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