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TITI3 NORTIT PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBtTNE.-
HUNGARY: HUMBLED AND ISOLATED Hunpnry, cut practicnlly to hnlf Its former slzo by the Treaty of Versailles, and now disassociated from Austria and having no nlllnnco with other neighbors, Is peopled by a nice un usual In many ways, according to the following communication to the Na tional Geographic society by C. Town-ley-Fullnm : "Pastoral Hungary has fcuturcs all Its own. It stretches across the vistas of the Great IMaln In the region of tho Hortobngy. There Is the genu Ino orlglnnl Magyar, tho Sentnur-Mn-r.cppa, who, like his sires of old, that rushed Alexander on the plulns of Sog dlana, rides like a devil of the twi light; cats, drinks, sleeps on his small, tireless charger, and chokes with pure delight In lust of life and rush of wind. The long white 'gatyn' no pen itent Bhect the embroidered sleeve less waistcoat, the plumed or bc-rlb-boned hat, the gorgeous mantle, the deep-bowled pipe, mark this tanned Hacchannllan cnvnllcr more surely than docs the anthropologist Ho cultivates no circus trick, but ho and his horses are Freemasons In one craft. "There Is nothing spectacular In this man's work nor annals. His blood brother, the shepherd of the night, sus tains himself on sheep cheese and milk and In his lonely vigils could still do servlco to astronomy. The Queens land squatter has no such run us tho shepherd of the plain, whose vlstus are wide, Illimitable and peaceful. "What may bo tho psychological keynote of u pastoral and peasant people, shepherd kings, whoso wholo corporate national life has been onn long test of endurance thnt In the end has tired out Turk, Teuton, Slav, and even Destiny herself? A musical, wine-loving, hospitable race; warm, generous and comlmtlvo; proud ami vain ; dowered with the curso of Reu ben, with a total Incapacity to unite on great Issues and tho power to fight on any soil hut his own. "Imagine this people, Its gods still the bards of the victor's camp, cut off from all tho world we know by Its Turanian tongue, whoso beauty chained the admiration of Cardinal Mezznfnntl (who Is snld to have spok en 08 languages), hut maintaining Us own as a minority by sheer force of character in that strange pcntccostul mosaic of race, creed, and caste which until recently the Danube and the Central Plain as Austria-Hungary. "Imaglno n virile stock which can still sit and think, can fall Into gleam ing frenzy as Its harp or picture-post storms a delicate Imagination with breathless deed; a race which com bines the Buddhist aversion from ac tion with tho Celtic Instinct of oppo sition; Improvident, lavish, naively charmed ut the courtesy of the stranger; simple, with tho barbarian lust of pleasure to the eye; sensitive to Its Inmost chords to gentleness n passionate, dreamy race of fatal ists; the true Asian mystery." MOROCCO: BANDITRY THERE A PROFESSION The United States bus had diplomat ic dlfllcultles In recent years with the people of northern Morocco where Spanish armies have Just scored their greatest success in sustaining the col onlnl power of Spain In Africa. Some Insight Into the kind of people with whom the Spanlnrds have had to deal Is contained In tho following commun ication to thu National Geographic so ciety, concerning Itnlsull, "tho Villa of Morocco," whoso raids caused pollt Icul crisis In Spain. "Ho could not benr to hear a child cry, while on several occasions I no tlccd his care oven to avoid allowing tho bees collected In his cup to drown," Is the surprising statement, not of a friend, but of thu wealthy American who was held for ransom by Itnlsull In 1004, until President Hoosevelt sent a fleet of warships nnd his famous ultimatum, 'Perdlcurls allvo or Itnlsull dead,' to Morocco. "In many respects tho man Inter csted and attracted mo In splto of nil my natural motives for dislike," con tlnues the writer, Ion Pcrdlcarls. "Halsull was at once so gracious ami dignified, not to us only, but to his own wild adherents, who evidently Idolized their chieftain, whoso posl tlon among them scorned that of the head of n Hlghlund clan In tho olden times. "Ho was quick to r.co tho humorous aspect of a situation, while his repnr tco was as Immediate and to tho point us though ho had been born In County Qnlway Itself. In fact I discovered to my consternation that I was begin nlng to like the. man In spite of my natural resentment. I found myself unconsciously accepting his contention that ho was not a mere brigand or cnt tle-llftcr, but a patriot struggling to rescue his Heritor followors from tho tyranny of the corrupt shcreellnn oill clals. His chnrm of voice, thu nut- u nil poise and dignity of his manner, his self-control under provocation, all lii'ti'n.ved u superior character. "In fnct, thin strungu experience while In camp with llaisuu at isarra ilan began to ussuino an aspect of tin expected and Idyllic charm. The life of the natives; the Uttlo touches of more gentle human character; the tiny child who offered mo fruit, which I nt first declined, until I noticed the ex pression of disappointment and mor tification upon tho boy's face, and then the radiant and almost ridicu lous satisfaction of the Uttlo fellow when I pretended to enjoy his half ripe offering; the many attempts of the wild people about mo to propiti ate me; their curiosity ns to our own manners and customs, us when ono venerable Inhabitant of Uie village led me gently usldo to Inquire why we walked so energetically up and down the village green. 'For henlth's sake,' was my reply, 'Indeed?' said tho old Mohammedan, 'and may I nsk how many such dally turns, up nnd down, It may require to keep n Christian in good health 1 all afforded matter of Interest nnd reflection. "Itnlsull was confronted by the prob lem as to what disposition ho was-to make of the seventy thousand silver Spanish dollars which ho demanded for our releuse. Hero at Tsarradan (hero were no Iron safes, nor so much as a house with a cellar, while tin.' thntch of skaff, or dried reeds, the ouly roofing of tho houses, offered but poor security should he leave so much coin stored In a village where he him self was hut a transient sojourner. "At Inst the mules bearing the sil ver dollars, carefully packed In boxes, urrlvcd und the bullion was counted. "I was summoned by Itnlsull, The silver,' he said, 'has been counted twenty thousand dollars, ns stipulated, In Spanish dollars; but these letters,' showing me as ho spoke a check book containing certified checks on the Com tolr d'Uscompte, tho French bank nt Tangier, 'of the value of these, which aro supposed to represent fifty thou sand dollars, I know nothing. How ler, I will nccept them on your per form! guarantee, but on thnt condition only.' "When I had examined tho checks I gave the required assurance ver bally, and Halsull, leading me to tho door, whero I found ray horse wait ing for me, bndo me adieu, saying that he had learned to look upon me ns a friend, nnd that ho hoped I cherished no 111 feeling on account of my detcn. tlon. Ho furthermore nssurcd me that should any danger tnennco me In the future, thnt not only he himself, but any of the men of the three tribes under his orders, would hasten to my relief. "Thus I left him, nnd pushing on as rapidly ns we could wo were soon In the midst of a large armed escort which had come from Tangier to sco us safely home." KIACHOW: THE FIUME OF CHINA Klnchow, China, was seized by Ger many in 181)7 and captured Dy tno Japanese when tho latter cnterqd tho World wnr In 1014. Its permanent disposition has been tho subject of wide discussion, especially In the Uni ted States because of our historic friendship with both China and Ju- pan. Now dispatches state that a Japanese representative nt tho flrst meeting of tho League of Nations an nounced that his country Is ready to prcparo for tho transfer of this ter ritory back to China. Following the murder of two Gcr- mnn missionaries in iou, ucrmnny employed her retaliatory seizure of Klnchow as n means of obtaining an Indemnity nnd n 09-yoar lease on Tslngtnu und tho hay of Klachow. Sho gavo tho nnme of Klnchow to tho en tire German concession, which Is not to bo confused with tho nenrby city of the same nnme. The concession In cludes the German-built city of Tslng tnu, outlying towns, nnd tho bny, which has a narrow outlet Into tho Yel low sen on the west const of tho prov' luce of Shnutung. Tslngtnu Illustrates nptly Germany's pre-war methods of getting n foreign foothold in anticipation of her drenm of world domination. Tho setting of this effort lay In n province consplcu ous In Chinese history for 4,000 years, and revcullng trnces of pre-Chlneso Inhnbllnnts. For Shantung wns the birthplace and teaching field both of Confucius und Mcnclus. There nlso the Boxer movement first was directed against foreigners. But thu harbor of Klachow, appar ently, Interested tho Germans more than history. It Is considered one of tho' best along tho Chlncsu coast, and to havo a stronger natural defense than Port Arthur. Back of the city rise hills as high as 1,000 foot and n range 000 foot high dominates the harbor. This ranco was utilized by tho Germans for forts where they mounted powerful Krupp guns, commanding ovcry point of land and sea approach. When tho Germnns completed their defenses Tslngtnu was considered ono of tho most strongly fortified ports on tho globe. All this protection was not to be afforded a fishing vlllngo and a none too busy harbor. Natives were per suaded to movo, and tho lessors built a typical German city on the slto of Tslngtnu. They also renamed this city, calling It Chlng-tuo, but tho older iianio clung to It. Streets woro laid out, and given German names. German banks, Ger man Industries, Including breweries nnd Gorman hotels were established. No other postofllce than the German ono was permitted to hundlo foreign mull. Oermnny not only obtulnod Indemni ties and tho 103 square miles area nnd bay described, but mining and rullwny concessions. Shantung has fortlle, well cultlvnted lands, coal fields, deposits of Iron, gold and othor metals, and small diamonds nro found, A railway wus built to Chlnanfu. con nectlug with luiportuut Inlaud linos. BOKHARA: STRATEGIC CENTER OF TRANS CASPIAN REGION Reported nervousness on tho part of tho Bolshevik leaders nt a grow ing restivenoss under Soviet Institu tions In tho region of tho Caucasus, raises tho question whether similar conditions may not be present In Bok hara, Just across tho Caspian sen, where plots and counter plots have followed ono another hewllderlngly during the Inst few years. Bokhara, dusty and tawny In tone, Is nevertheless n colorful city becnuso of the striking costumes of tho male Inhabitants. Tho women, clad In som ber tones nnd hiding their faces be hind horsehair veils which rescmblo window screening, nvnll themselves of n protective coloration which enables them to move like shadows about tho ancient city. But tho Bokhara male, be ho Usbeg. Sart, Persian, or Tajik, I dualize the opportunities for uti ele utlllzes nil the colors nnd tints of the' '"cntnry education in Nebraska. It solar spectrum In his costume. Bokhara Is an Important religious center. It has 'Mi mosques. With a prnctlcully unknown railway running south to the Afghan frontier, its lo cation In tho midst of Central Asia gives it n strategic Importance that Is little appreciated. The Khannto Jf Bokhnrn has an area about equal to that of Utah, Imt with four times the population. Slnco the outbreak of the war, Its fortunes have varied. Part of tho time It has ,....., I.,,l...,.l.,.. 1,1..,. 1.n...ln r"".r:"rr ? Its prerogative by taking up the rails of the Trans-Cnsplan railway whUh passed through Its territory. Severnl times It hns been under tho control of the Bolshevik forces: Tho .Amir had n picturesque army of about 11,000 sol diers, many of whom carelessly lounged along tho stono pnssagewny which leads up to tho Ark, or castle. On this Incline, In front of the royal residence, formerly there was enacted every Friday morning n ceremony lm presslvo In Its dignity nnd dazzling In Its color effects. Hundreds of sol emn mullahs, clad In bright silk robes of Btlck enndy stripes or gorgeous gol den suns on purple fields, belted with silver, und with buckles as large as salad platqs, gathered hero in Impres sive rows, each with n priceless prayer rug beneath his feet. These were not tho dashing types which once mnde Mohammedanism n power from Mecca to Gibraltar but the cercmonlnllsts whoso religion Is a thing of dignity nnd prosperity, founded on trado rather than a llfo In tho saddle. In unison they bow low so thnt only broad bncks can be seen, but n moment later all aro erect with their spotless white turbans tho most prominent feature In a scene so colorful that only an Oriental sun could harmonize. It. Bokhara Is architecturally unimpres sive but nowhere aro there moro at tractive Oriental bazaars. Brass- smiths vie with goldsmiths to ndd tho glint of glowing metal to the half light of the covered souks and thoro the makers of pecullnr Bokhara caps display their brightly colored wares, tho edges glistening with soft furs from Siberia. HONDUISrLAND OF RIVERS AND BIG DEBT Honduras, least developed of tho five Latin American countries which aro now considering tho formation of a "United Stntes of Central America,' is a country of hills nnd valleys; of rnln nnd sunshine; of largo, and small rivers, A hnlf dozen rivers may bo crossed In one day, nnd whllo they are usually narrow and shnllow, a few hpurs rain will turn them Into ronrlng torrents, absolutely lmpassnhle. A trnveler may be held up for mnny dnys by n stream that when he flrst crossed it wns less than three feet In depth Honduras Is said to bo tho most backward of nil tho Central American republics, and sho will remain so until railroads cross tho country and the government becomes stable. Then thero will bo great opportunltes there for mnny, .nnd Amerlcnns nnd Amerl can capital will always bo welcome. Tho country Is Just n llttlo larger than tho Stnto of Pennsylvnnln, yet It hns n population of only a llttlo moro thnn half a million. It hns the largest per capita debt of any country on tho fnco of tho globo except New Zealand at least It had boforo tho present European war upset all statistical con- dltlons. It owes $220 per capita. Most of this debt was created by loan-shark method)), however, for Honduras would ngrco to pay $10 to get ono or some such ridiculous proportion. Tho nnmo of tho country Is said to be derived from n Spnnlsh term mean- lng "depth," tho enrly explorers hnv- lng found dlfllculty In striking water shallow enough for nncliorngo. They wero so delighted when they renched tho Nlcuraguan shore nearby that they called tho headland "Capo Graclas a Dtos" (Capo Thanks to God), a namo It ntllt holds An n rule, tho nlcht will bo snont In n nntlvo house sometimes llttlo more thnn n hut. built of mud, thatched or roofed with tiles. Ono Is apparently always wclcomo to tho best tho homo nfTnrila! lint n linmmook na nnrt of thn trnveior'B outfit Is n necessity, for tho beds of stretched bull-hldo or canvas nm iiaiiniiv full occiinioii. if not hv thoso nt whose homes you nro a guest then by othor residents greatly to be tenred Everybody sleeps In ono room men, women, and children together. Your hosts aro curious, but pol.:Jy ao, ivntftilncr vmi nnilrntta anil f-nf fntA must not be considered Impertinent, for n whltn nmn In not nn nvorv-rtav visitor. Ono learns seldom to undress completely. WORK OF LEGISLATURE Nowspopcr contests, designed to in crcasu falling subscriptions lists, are substantially barred by u bill Intro duced Into tho lower house by Repre sentative Peterson of Keurney. Tito bill provides thnt In order to conduct such n contest In any county of the stnto the newspaper must procure a permit from the . county clerk, for which the paper shall pay a fee of $1,000. A committee of three super visors Is tlien to bo appointed, ono by tho citizens In open meeting nnd one by the county Judge of the coun ty. These shall be allowed a salary of $5 a day und expends during the continuation of the contest. Onn of the important new measures before the legislature Is u bill to- innkes it compulsory for every school district to maintain nine months of school each year If there ure ten or more children of school age. If there arc five children, but less than ten, the district shall maintain at least six months of school. If thoro are fewer than five children, rrtnur there shall he maintained six months of school, or the funds used to pay the expenses of tho children while ntteudlng school In another district. " HU III".'" ""I A Kill MMl.lll.H l.ri- ..n ..If,... .n. edible to citizenship In the United Stntes may acquire or hold any real property within the state of Nebraska, except under tho provisions outlined In tho treaty existing between the United States and the country of which the alien Is n citizen, hns been Intro duced Into the lower house. Lieutenant Governor P. A. Barrows will have to get ulong without tho $025 which ho thought he wns entitled to for his services In acting us gover nor during 115 days of Governor Mc Kelvle's absence during the past blen nlum. The lieutenant governor says ho is satisfied the constitution leaves no way open for him. Tho Joint legislative committee on revenue nnd taxation gave reasonable assurance that it Js not the Intention of tho legislature to raise taxes tho present year, nt least. Tho commit tee nnnounced Its Intention not to hasten revenue legislation to conform to tho amended constitution, but to move slowly. The Foster bill, providing for tho establishment of a barber board with power to appoint a superintendent nnd deputies who shall oversee all shops, has been introduced In the lower house. Tho bill provides for sanitary regulations, state examination and stnto licensing of barbers. Representative Douglas of Polk county hns launched an attack on the direct primary ns it now exists by In troducing n bill that would bur from the primary election only those nomi nated by a state convention. A bill to legnllze boxing under su pervision In Nebraska has boon pre pared by a group of Amorlcau Legion members of the legislature and will bo presented at once. Tho house has voted unnnlmously to go after the so-called gamblers, who are alleged to be In n measure re sponsible for the. decline In prices of farm products. Tho Joint commltteo on the gover nor's code appointments hns been granted more time, us it claimed Its investigation could not be done hur riedly. Representative Sandqulst of Wnltlilll urges that the house work sir dnys every week excepting Saturdays on the second nnd fourth weeks of the month. Governor McKelvIo has pared the original budget some $3,000,000, ac cording to gossip prevailing at the state house. Two handsome gavels have been presented to the sennto by the Uni versity of Nebraska mechuulcul de partment A rule" has been ndoptcd In the house limiting speeches to twenty minutes each. Child welfare has n prominent part In tho flrst fifty bills Introduced In the lower house. A boost In the rato of high school tuition for none-resident students from $5-1 a year to $103 a year unu an in- crease In taxes In district coming un der sections six nnd twenty-two of the stnte school law nro requested of the legislature by seventy-live members of the Nebraska association , of city school boards. Expert nccountnnttf who installed tho codo system have brought suit to recover $2,473 which they allege has been allowed, but on which the stato auditor rcfusea payment. 1 Slnto Auditor Marsh wants a penal ty attached to tho law requiring that county recorders and county clorks "inko an nnuul report to the state auditor on Uie number and amount of realty and chattel mortgages made during the year, and the number nnd amount of mortgaspe releases lu each county, Tho Joint rules committee has evolved n aet of regulations making It treason lor nu onicor or uieiuuur ui cither branch to dlscloso what Is said ur "uuw TBIP BY PLANUS ABANDONEO Bearers of Electoral Vote Forced by Weather Conditions to Finish Trip to Washington by Rail. Des Moines, In. Nebraska's elec toral vote went from Des Moines to Washington by train, Instead of by airplane. Plnns.to resume the trip byJ air irom nere were dropped witn groin reluctnnco by Mrs. II. H. Wheeler of . . .... l" I Lincoln, Neb., nnd Mrs. Draper Smith of Oninlia, when they were assured positively that weather conditions made further flight impossible. It was also stnted that, contrary to a previous announcement, the two plnncs which brought the "aerial grandmothers" from Omaha to Des Moines would not attempt to follow them to Chicago, with tho hope of being nble to resume the flight from there. "We nbnudoned the trip by air with extreme regret," said Mrs. Smith. "Wc were eager to be the first women in the country to take an electoral vote to Washington In this wuy, and gave it up only nftcr wc were repeatedly told thnt further flying was out of the question." Materials Prices Must Come Down. Chicago, 111. Two hundred building material men from nil parts of the country, In conference to devise menus , .:, , , ,,,, , with the object of bringing down rents, were told by speakers that there could he no general building revlvnl until the prices of building materials went down There cnu be no decrease In rents while building prices remain as nt present, G. M. Reynolds, chairman of the board of directors of the Contl- ncntnl and Commercial bank, said. "Building prices now are from 100 to 1200 per cent higher than they were In normal times," he said. "I know of buildings being erected now at n cost of 00 cents a cubic foot; while In normal times tho cost ran as low as 30 cents. While such a condition ex ists, rents will stay up.' Capture Great Still. Bayard, Neb. R. N. Fulton, stnto prohibition enforcement agent, swoop ed down upon this city nnd unearthed what is termed by the officers the big gest still yet taken. It has a capacity of fifty gallons and was steaming away nt high speed when the officers broke down the door of tho house occupied by two men who were both nt work In tho house when the attack was pulled off. One stnrted to make his cot away but two shots from tho revolver of the state agent chnuged his course nnd he headed up town where he was appre hended a few minutes lctnr. Living In Fear and Trembling. Cork. Terror equally as Intense ns thnt which prevailed before martial law was enforced, grips the people of Cork. The "blnck nnd tnns" nnd aux iliaries, who were withdrawn after re cent Arcs, now nro more in evidence than ever nnd since Saturday and Sun day nights when the streets were swept by bullets, the Inhabitants have been living literally In fear and trem bling. "No woman can think of sleep ing," said the wife of a citizen. Nebraska at Colorado Stock Show. Denver, Colo. Nebraska .carried away honors in tho nwnrds at the stock show as follows: Polnnd China hogs, senior champion sow, Charles and W. J. Hatlier, Ord, Neb.; grand champion sow, Charles and W. J. Hnther, fat swine, Poland China bar row between 275 nnd 375 pounds nnd bnrrow between 100 nnd 225 pounds, University of Nebruskn, which also won the championship. Urge Waterways Improvement. Washington, D. C. Improvement of the Mississippi, Ohio nnd Missouri riv ers to Insure year-round navigation between Minneapolis, St. Paul, St. Louis, Pittsburgh nnd Knnsas City is urged before the house rivers and har bors committee by a delegation of shippers nnd bnrge line operators. The Improvements, It Is estlmnted, would cost $60,000,000. Washington Choosing the "Goddess of Liberty" ns its emblem, the nntl- blue luw league of America came into being nnd opened hendquarters here. Plans wero announced for nn Intensive eampulKii to secure tho repeal of all exIstliiB stnto "bluo" laws and to com bat agitations for new ones wherever it "raises Its head." Britain Blamed for Cork Fires. Loudon. What Is alleged to be the sworn testimony of some 70 eye-witnesses describing the burning of pub lic buildings and stores in Cork, Dec. 11-12, ns unprovoked nnd unjustifiable nnd the condition of Ireland under British mllltnry rule ns ono of "lawless terrorism," hns been Issued by tho Irish labor party and trades union congress. The document is in tho form of a report, printed nnd publish ed In Dublin. It wns circulated In London by tho British lnbor party yrltliout any nctunl endorsement. Plan Red Cross Reorganization. Washington, D. C. Plans nre under consideration for the reorganization of tho thirteen physlcnl divisions of the American Ited Cross In the United States It Is lenrned. 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