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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1922. '
20 of the most educated, paraded the street shouting "Long live United and Free Syria," The police and French soldier in vain tried to disperse them and only the timely arrival of the commander of the French force pre. ve'nted a slaughter since the officer In charge of the French detachment had already lined his men and had given them orders to shoot to kill. SEX LIMITATIONS ARE PASSING AWAY Time Near When Women Doctors Will Be Common to pay tuxes for It amounting to $23. They also described to him the condi tion of the law court and com plained of restriction of personal freedom and of the press. Dr. Hhnhbunder and his colleagues were put in prison for the following tatement: "We want independence and Syrian unity. We still hope that America will not fall to help u real ise our aspiration." It ia understood that Mr. Crane only encouraged the delegate to cling to legitimate mean In claiming their rights. After the disorders . all business came to a standstill in Damascus. Merchant, doctors, lawyers, laborers, all went on a strike to register -their dissatisfaction with the methods used by the mandatory power (France.) An ultimatum was handed to the government by representatives of all classes of the people with a threat of open rebellion. If steps were not taken for the Immediate release of, the poli tical prisoners. Kven the women of Syria demand ed independence, Several hundreds Genuine imported SchwelUer cheese 68 cents a pound, Russell Brother. advt. ' SJQBJB St Loulii, May 28. Sex limitation in the medical profession will anlsh In a few year and the time is com ing oon when every community will recognize the need of women phy sicians. Dr. Orare Kimball, president elect of the medical women's nntlonal association, one of a group of medical organizations meeting" In connection with the convention of the American medical association, said today. Dr. Kimball said that "today It takes about twice ns much ability and industry for a woman to pain recog nition as for a man, but all that Is changing and In the future I believe women will prefer a woman physician to a man. Given the sum scientific background, the balance will be In fa vor of the woman physician." Great Opportunities. There is no profession outside, of motherhood that offers the tremen dous opportunity for service to hu manity that the practice of medicine does, declared Dr. Elizabeth Bass, re tiring president of the organization. She is professor of clinical diagnosis of Tulane university, New Orleans. Mrs. A. J. McLaughlin of Washing ton, president of the American public health association, declared that med ical knowledge has advanced far rh excess of the means for applying it. Nine of every 1,000 babies in Amer ica dies before reaching the first year, chiefly because of impure, milk, Dr. Walter F. Walton of Brooklyn said before a joint, meeting of the Ameri can association of medical milk com missioners and the certified milk pro ducers' association of America. Dr. Walton stated that 51 per cent Of all cases of tuberculosis was trace able to impure milk. Today the house of delegates, the governing body of the America,n med ical association continued to receive and discuss committee reports and resolutions. MANY ARE KILLED IN SYRIATROUBLE Encounters Between French and Natives Costly Damascus, Syria, May 26. (By As sociated Press) It is estimated, that 50 persons were killed and 200 wounded in the three-day encounters between French soldiers and natives In consequence of the political dem onstrations and disorders which oc curred here early this month. Al though martial law was proclaimed the French military authorities did not regain control of the city for sev eral days. The main facts were re ported by cable at that time. Par ticulars now available show that the trouble started with the arrest and imprisonment of Dr. Abdul Rahman Shahbander, the Gandhi of Syria, and six other leaders, who as delegates had lain the grievances of the Syrian people before Charles R. Crane, for merly American minister to China, who in 1919 headed the American commission sent by the league, of na tions to investigate conditions in Syria and Palestine and who was Vis iting in this city in an unofficial ca pacity. Complain Of Taxes The delegates had an interview with Mr. Crane at his hotel and com plained to him of the new taxation, showing by figures, how a man letting a house for $20 a month would have jamrni-Jziwbatd STRAWS $n your selection qfa amspn Tfirhhnrrf xfrnw you may feel secure in ine r i if i 'i rnnirnriT rnrn 1 1 . is our desire to render a hat r r 'ii j wnicn wiu ve 'enJfxfnt'fnrv In. every resjjeLu Sold by Ashley-Babcock Co. f R EC. U.S. PAT. OFF. ImJ mm he Standards Lubrication and ower Have you read our new Lubrication Booklet? 1 1-JWiJl sOHkBMMBHiiSisiiBisHHB MEW YORK ARB OBL CO. OF 26 3 ROADWAY IS n at ULm imBBm T P Iff Si 1 ll - (H PETROLEUM wB (J