GETS INFORMATION ON NATURALIZATION C. L. Swenson, clerk of the, triet court for Franklin coa--this week received information regards to Naturalization and i deporting of an alien upon con-, tion for violation of a ' dealing with marihauana. In a letter dealing with Xai alization the following informal was received: Under the Act of March 2 r any marriage of an American's! en to an alien which occurred i ing the period from March 2, to' September 21, 1922, both d; inclusive, other than during time the United States -ls war, effected loss of citizen;'-(The citizen;'-(The United States was offi at war from April 6, 1917 to j 2, 1921.) It has been Judicial!, termined that the marriage o! American woman to an alien, ing the time the United States -in a state of war terminated citizenship of the wife if the t ! tal status survived the waranj husband was then an alien The Department of Justice o United States previously anno ed that American women rto: ried aliens during the time o! war were still United States zens. But in a formal opinion: the Attorney General of the V; States dated August 22. lSi; was found that the holding o! department was erroneous and ' the view in the first paragrsv ' the information received wss rect. '' Anyone in doubt as to status as a citizen of the t: States should get in touch Mr. Swenson and ascertain 1( true condition. fn regards to the deporta:::: j. aliens. on the grounds of vioL , a statute dealing with man:. the following was received.- p Any alien (except an addic: , is not a dealer in, or pedfe- p any of the narcotic drugs mi: p ed in the Xarcotic Act) who.. ;, the enactment of this act, sb ;i convicted for violation of or ! spiracy to violate any stats: the United States, or of any E t Territory, Possession, or of r District of Columbia, taxing. : n hibiting, or regulating the r. it facture, production, compec ;c transportation, sale, exchange ( pensing, giving away, imperii or exportation of opium on 'i leaves, heroin, marihuana, o: :! alt, derivative, or preparait: !c opium or cocoa leaves, shaE 5 taken into custody and deport I manner provided in section Y: tt 20 of the act of February . entitled "An act to regulate N immigration of aliens to. an: Bi lesidence of aliens in, the I: c States."