Foreign News: Padlock

Shall progressive Turkey set an example to the world, drastically curb narcotic shipments, voluntarily curtail opium growing in Turkey?

To this question, presented officially to the Turkish Government by U. S. Ambassador Joseph Clark Grew, the answer last week was as emphatic as dervish-hanging. Consistently progressive Mustafa Kemal Pasha, the Ghazi, "The Victorious One," promptly padlocked the three narcotic factories at Istanbul (once Constantinople), ordered most sweeping reforms.


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