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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY- MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1920
SPECIALISTS
In tha Examination of Eyes and the
Fitting of Correct Glasses
Northrup Optical Co.
8 EAST ADAMS STREET
Phona 690 for Appointment
36 EastWaahington Su
Phone 3089
TRADE SLUffgTj C 0 U N C 1 L.
WEATHER FORECAST
Arizona: Monday and Tuesday fair;
little change in temperature.
Colorado: Monday fair, somewhat
warmer west portion; Tuesday fair.
New Mexico: Monday and Tuesday
fair; little change in temperature.
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WEATHER REPORT
local'Bi
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MUNSON OPTICAL CO.
8 E. Washington Street
PHOENIX, ARIZONA
Boston 3S
Buffalo 34
Chicago ..." 46
Den.ver 42
Flagstaff 46
Fresno 64
Galveston 68
Kansas City 36
Los Angeles &6
Minneapolis .... fi
Needles 6S
New Orleans .... 64
New York 46
Oklahoma 48
PHOENIX 66
ttsburg 60
Portland, Ore. ... 52
St. Louis 46
Salt Lake City .. 44
San Diego CS
San Francisco ... 56
Spokane. 44
Tucson .. 78
Washington ..... 44
Winnipeg: ........ 30
Tuma 70
Phoenix Seed and
Feed Company
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Jefferson St.
Haas, Baruch S Co., Inc.
GROCERS
WHOLESALE
ARIZONA HARDWARE
SUPPLY CO.
The Only EXCLUSIVE
WHOLESALE
. Hard war Houea in the 8tat
Constable Ice and
Fuel Company
Phone 1555
WOOD AND COAL
I Buy Diamonds and
Pay Higheet Cash Price
r.lack Gardner
45 N. CENTRAL
38 Rain .10
34 Cloudy M0
60 Cloudy .00
46 Pt.Cldy .00
58 Clear .00
68 Rain .01
72 Clear .00
42 Rain .01
58 Cloudy .00
34 Snow .06
72 Clear .00
76 Clear " .00
48 Cloudy .00
62 Clear .00
78 Clear .00
62 Cloudy .00
54 Cloudy .00
64 Cloudy .00
44 Cloudy .00
62 Cloudy .00
58 Rain .14
46 Cloudy .00
80 Clear .00
50 Clear .00
32 Cloudy .00
78 Clear .00
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Local Weather Yesterday
6 a.m. Noon 6 p.m
Temp., dry bulb 44
Temp., wet bulb ....40
Humidity, per cent ..72
Wind from E
Wind, miles 7
Rainfall 0
Weather -Clear
Highest yesterday
Lowest yesterday,
Total rainfall 00
Excess In temperature yesterday, 3
degrees .
Deficiency in temperature since the
first of the month, 4 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency in tempera
ture since January 1, 97 degrees.
formal precipitation January 1 to
date 6.88 Inches.
Actual precipitation January 1 to
date, 6.21 Inches.
Deficiency since January It 0.67 Inch.
PLUMBING I
HONEST WORK FAIR PRICES
Send ma your work for quick and
efficient eervlce i
O. E. BELLAS '
B10 North First St.i Phona W75
LOANS EASY
TO GET I
In eume op to 30O at lawful rates,
en your furniture, piano, automo
bile, livestock. Implements ate.
Repay In email monthly paymenta
im j..im Amali fundi. Just and
eourteoue treatment. Strictly con
fidential.
PEOPLE'S LOAN AND INVEST
MENT COMPANY
Phona 1335. 83 East Washington
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HIGHWAYS WEATHER BULLETIN
River Crossings
The river at Sacaton Is dry and
crossing good. . ,
Apache County
Main highway Holbrook via St.
Johns and Springerville again In grood
ahape following recent general storms.
Snow on this road is practically all
gone. Mountain and side roads unsafe
for auto travel.
Cochise County
All county roads In good condition.
Coconino County
Roads drying rapidly. East of Flag
staff all roads open: west of Flagstaff
heavy mud in places but passable.
Travel south into Tonto Basin not ad
vised. . Gila County.
Snow and rain over county has soft
ened the road. Maintenace work going
on which will restore the generally
Graham County
Graham county roads rough in places
on account of the roads being soft.
Maricopa County
Valley roads fair. Coast roads im
proving; Black Canyon slow. Wicken
burg road good; Superior-Florence
good; Apache Trail fair; to Ajo go via
Laveen or Buckeye and Gila Bend.
Mohave County
All main roads In fair condition ex
cept Old Trails national highway from
t rozier to Hackberry and Oatman to
Topock. Drivers should be careful In
crossing: washes.
Navajo County
St John road rough in Petrified
Forest account new construction. All
other roads In fair shape.
Pinal County
Recent rains of slight benefit: roads
little better than, before. Mountain
roads good. Valley roads dry and
dusty condition.
Santa Cruz County
All county roads In good traveling
Yavapai County
All roads in fair condition.
ROBERT Q. GRANT.
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ROYAL ARCH MASONS
"Will confer the Royal Arch
Masons Degree on two teams
starting at 2 p. m. tonight in
the Masonic Temple and con
tinue through the evening.
Diner at 6:30. -All sojourning Com
panions cordially invited.
L. T. SUTHERLAND, E. C. It
HERE FROM WASHINGTON II. I
A. Seymour and A. E. Breght arrived j
in the city yesterday from Washing
ton. I). They ure stopping at the
Hotel Adams.
COLORADO MAN IN CITY Wil
liam Lennox, prominent business man
of Colorado Springs, Colo., is in the
city for a brief visit. He is at the
Hotel Adams.
VISITOR FROM TUCSON A. C.
Schaffer of Tucson was among the
guests at the Jefferson hotel yesterday.
ARE AT JEFFERSON Arizonians
who registered at the Jefferson hotel
yesterday included W. A. Smith,
Globe; C. O. Peterson, Buckeye and
A. G. Sims, Ray.
FROM OLD PUEBLO C. L. Price
arrived here from Tucson yesterday
and Is stopping at the Commercial
hotel.
FRISCO -MAN A GUEST N. R.
Voorhees of San Francisco was a guest
at the Commercial hotel yesterday.
HARMONY CLUB MEETING A
special meeting of the Harmony club
will be held Wednesday afternoon at
the Woman's club. The committee
serving is composed of Mrs. Lee Calla
han. Mrs. Georee Barnum. Mrs. E. L.
Gielow and Mrs. Frank Dykes.
RETURNING HOME Senator War
ren Young of Gila county, who has
been in the city since last Friday, will
leave for homo this morning.
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AMERICA LAND OF PLENTY
America is the land of corn, though
no longer the land of wine. It now is
the Egypt of the entire world, even as
ancient Mizraim was the land of plenty
and promise to the world of Jacob and
Joseph.
We are so rich that ' only our our
equivalent power to protect our riches
prevents us from becoming the object
of spoliation at the hands of the banded
nations of the earth.
Not so long ago nearly 900 million
dollars in gold bars, the largest amount
of gold in any one place in the world
today, was transferred from the New
Tork subtreasury building to, the new
assay building. ,
More than 6,600,000" American firms
and individuals are paying Income
taxes this year.
The September report of the dapart
ment of agriculture assures us that the
aggregated farm output of the country
for this year will exceed any previous
yearly record. The corn crop will be.
It is said? in excess of 3 billion bushels,
which means a billion bushels of corn
for export. And the corn we keep at
home will be transmitted into pigs and
poultry, beef and breakfast foods, and,
maybe, some of it into something else,
if the Volsteaders don't look sharp.
The yield of potatoes Is estimated at
413 million bushels, which should bring
this recent luxury within the reach of
the common average, as well as of the
hungry souls across the seas.
Wheat, oats, apples, peaches, grapes,
Ceres and Pomona have poured earth
ward in floods; all of which brings us
to credit once more our belief nl a
beneficent Provident; and the fact
should bring to our shores the Benja
mins of the nations to take home to
the lean lands the good things of this
home of plenty. Cincinnati Enquirer.
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Complete Hoisse
Is Coostiracted
Inn Simgle Day
A record for speed in home con
struction was made by a group of
Phoenicians yesterday when they
constructed a residence at 1219 East
Culver street in an eight-hour
working day.
The entire structure, from foun
dation to roof, was completed be
tween 8 o'clock Sunday morning
and 5 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
More than that, the owner, Mrs.
Jennie Thomas, was moved into her
homey little dwelling before niaht
fall. It is a modern, up-to-date struc
ture in every sense of the word, and
not a mere skeleton, as one might
suppose. It contains a kitchen,
bath room and living room with all
modern and sanitary improvements.
Phoenix workmen, through their
kindness, made the feat possible.
All work on the home was donated
by local workers. George Hageman
and company, plumbers, doing all
the plumbing work, with other firms
supplying carpentera and other
necessary skilled employes.
IMS ID RATS !
SEE HARD Wl
We want to give you
a chance to carry off a
saving!
May Recommend
Federal Office of
Chief Comptroller
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
WASHINGTON. Nov. 21. Recom
mendations to congress for Uie crea
tion of an additional office in the fed
eral government a comptroller-gen
eral of the United States to super
vise the annual balance sheet of the
nation, are under consideration by of
flclala of the treasury.
Discussing the budgetary system in
his annual report to Secretary Hous
ton, Comptroller Warwick of the
treasury, declared the best results
would be obtained by centrali?ing the
activities o a general accounting of
fice under a comptroller-general by
means of a legal and administrative
staff control made up of the various
accounting departments as designed in
the budget bill passed by congress at
its last session, but vetoed by Presi
dent Wilson.
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Old floors made like new. Phone
3059. dl
EIGHT COUNTIES OF
STATE HIE FILED
ELECTION RETURNS
Eight of the fourteen counties in Ari
zona now have sent in official returns
of the general election on November 2.
Greenlee, Pinal and Santa Cruz are the
latest counties to respond, the official
returns having been filed with the sec
retary of state Saturday. They are as
follows :'
GREENLEE: For resident, Hard
ing 1131, Cox 905; United States sena
tor, Smith (D) 1188, Cameron (R) 783;
congressman, Hayden (D) 1277, Dun-
seatn tK) 580; supreme court, McAllis
ter (D) 1115, Flanigan (R) 369; gov
ernor, Sims (D) 1308, Campbell (R)
827; secretary of state, Ross (D) 1212,
Hall (R) 360; auditor, Munch (D) 1182,
Faifrield (R) 627: treasurer. Earhart
(D) 1283, Estill (R) 667; attorney gen
eral, Jones (D) 1119, Galbralth (R)
803; state superintendent of schools,
Peterson (D) 1100. Toles (R) 826; cor
poration commission, Vaughn (D) 1227,
Reed (R) 593; mine Inspector, Foster
(U) 1241, White (R) 649; tax commis
sion, Luke 843, Hughes 788, Kuchler
351, Parker 390.
PINAL: For president, Harding 1493,
Cox 1264; United States senator, Smith
(D) 1184, Cameron (R) 1534: congress
man. Hayden (D) 1611, Dunseath (R)
$31; supreme court, McAllister (D
1308, Flanigan (R) ?65; governor, Sims
(D) 1319, Campbell (R) 1491; secretary
of state, Ross (D) 1239, Hall (R) 1321;
auditor. Munch D) 1217, Fairfield (R)
1221; treasurer, Earhart (D) 1266, Es
till (R) 1103: attorney general, Jones
(D) 1244, Galbralth (R) 1358; state su
perintendent of schools, Peterson (D)
1135, Toles (R) 1481; corporation com
mission, Vaughn (D) 1294, Reed (R)
1147; mine insvioctor, Foster (D) 1119,
White (R) 1441; state tax commission.
Luke 1353. Hughes 925, Kuchler 663,
Parker 562.
SANTA CRUZ: For president, Cox
706, Harding 850; United States sena
tor, Smith (D) 671, Cameron (R) 912
congressman, Hayden (D) 795, Dun
seath (R) 721; supreme court, McAllis
ter (D) 721, Flanigan (R) 672: gov
ernor, Sims (D) 708, Campbell (R) 907;
secretary of state, Ross (D) 754, Hall
(R) 763; auditor. Munch (D) 814, Fair
field (R) 700; treasurer, Earhart (D)
1001, Estill (R) 692; attorney general,
Jones (D) 733, Galbralth (R) 812; state
superintendent of schools, Peterson (D)
610, Toles (R) 932; corporation com
mission, Vaughon (D) 753, Reed (R)
714 mine inspector, Foster (D) 734,
White (R) 799; state tax commission.
Luke 615, Hughes 599, Kuchler 631,
Parker 660.
Initiative and Referendum Measures
GREENLEE: 100 yes, 265; 101, no
804; 102 yes, 205; 103 no, 851; 104 yes.
268; 105 no, 987; 300- yes. 349; 301, 750;
302 yes, 299: 303 no, 735; 804, yes 263;
305 no, 928; 306 yes, 355; 307 no, 809;
308 yes, 118; 309 no, 1143; 310 yes, 351;
Men's shirts. -
83.50 Shirts ".-.$2.45
$4.00 Shirts $2.80
$5.00 Shirts $3.50
$6.00 Shirts ...I.. $4.20
Other prices accordingly.
New brogue oxfords.
$12.00.
New style.
New price.
All sizes and widths.
Several merchants in Prescott re
port that the Indians are beginning to
lay up food supplies in anticipation of
a hard winter, and many people who
have faith in the Indian's ability to
forecast weather conditions are getting
ready to follow suit.
According to H. B. Wales, super
visor of the Prescott national forest,
however, the pack rat and squirrels
have the Indians bett hanas aown
when it conies to smelling weather
three months in advance in fact, it is
from pack rats and squirrels the In
dians get their advance information
about hard winters.
"Watch the squirrel," suggests Mr.
Wales, "and when you see him laying
up an extraordinary large store of nuts
you can, be sure he's expecting a hard
winter, and you can be reasonably cer
tain that he's right. Watch the pack
rat, too, he's given to the same habit
but don't let him practice some of his
other habits on you.
"The pack rat, you see, is a great
believer in free trade. He will taxe
from you whatever he thinks he needs
for his winter hoard, and leave in its
place, as payment, a chip of wood or a
pebble. One of our forest rangers lost
a valuable set of false teeth by being
too friendly with a pack rat. Tfce rat
left him a pretty pebble in token of
good faith, but it coat the ranger $50
to replace his set of molars." Prescott
Courier.
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Clothes of the high
est quality for any oc
casion.
McDougall & Cassou
Washington Street
CRIPPLED FEET
Appliances and fittings eatisfao-
tory Free examination.
KIMBALL & HULETT
N. W. Cor. 1st St. and Adams
BORN
JOHNSON To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Johnson, 1510 West Pierce street, a boy
of the weight of ten pounds.
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OBITUARIES
Funeral of Nancy J. Morreil
The funeral of Nancy J. Morreil, who
died last Thursday at her home, 730
East Pierce street, will take place at
2 o'clock today at the . H. M. Maus
chapel. Rev. James A. Stavely of the
First M. E. church officiating. In
terment will be in Greenwood
cemetery.
Funeral of Albert Erhardt
The funeral of Albert O. Erhardt will
take place at 2 o'clock tomorrow after
noon at Trinity Pro-Cathedral, where
the services will be held under the
auspices of the Knights Templar. The
body will lie in state from 10 o'clock
until o'clock tomorrow at the Maus
chapel.
SPECIALS
Sugar Su gar
Granulated Sugar, Ct
per lb UKy
We will sell you 5 lbs. at the
above- price with every $6.00
order of other groceries.
Fancy Potatoes (none Qfip
better), 10 lbs. for OVJV
Onions, VKrt
7 lbs. for U
Toilet Paper, 28 C
3 big rolls tJV
psei;t,rr.!-.-....-......i....28c
Breakfast Bacon, Q
per lb. .
Ticnic Hams, QO
per lb. OUU
Peanut Butter, QOf
3 lbs. for ' Ui
Star flour, . . 7H
24 lbs. Sack .. A-- I "
Crystal White Soap,
10 bars (new size) I Jv'
P. & G, Naptha Soap, QQ
10 bars for Oi7V
Fancy Japan Rice, IQ
3 lbs. for
Pink Beans (new crop) QO
10 lbs. VOl,
Peach Jam, 7
large jar fJl
A full line of dried Fruits
WE DELIVER
Send Ua Your Mail Ordara
GerieblV
Grocery
218 W. Washington St.
Phone 1508
311 no, 797; 812 yes, 566;. 313 no. 679.
PINAL: 100 yes, 816; 101 no, 1096;
102 yes, 899; 103 no, 987; 104 yes. 617;
105 no, 118; 30 yes, 408; 301 no, 999;
802 yes, E29; 803 no, 869; 304 yes, 502;
305 no, 1115; 306 yes, 437; 307 no, 1095;
808 yes, 210; 309 no, 1510; 310 yes, 692;
811 no, 993; 312 yes, 825; 313 no, 861.
SANTA CRUZ: 100 yes, 272; 101 no,
470; 103 yes, 296; 103 no, 432; 104 yes,
642; 105 no, 414; 300 yes, 219; 301 no,
456; 302 yes, 302; 303 no, 413; 304 yes,
402; 305 no, 490; 306 yes, 312; 307 no,
517; 308 yes, 1115; 09 no, 829; 310 yes,
617; 808 yes, 1115; 809 no, 829; 310 yes,
396.
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U. S. Cruiser On
Dalmatian Coast
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
VENICE, Nov. 21. The U. S. cruiser
Olympic with Rear Admiral 'Andrews
on board, arrived today. The Ameri
can admiral conferred with the naval
authorities concerning the situation
along the Dalmatian coast.
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TOO MUC HFOR HIM
"So Cholly has brain fever. How In
the world did he get that?"
"He met a girl who kcf A. Baying, 'Just
think!' and poor Cholly tried to be po
lite an dobliging." Boston Transcript.
We Straighten and Machine Crank Shafts, make Bearings, Babbitt,
Bronze, C. I. or Steel, Weld, Braze and Reinforce broken parts. If your
work is difficult try us.
HANSON & KARLSON
737 Grand Ave. Phona 1360
World's Greatest , Pianist
MAUD CUNEY HARE
Graduate Boston Conservatory of Music
Will appear in recital Wednesday evening, No
vember 24th, 8 :30 o'clock at the new hall over Paige
Garage, corner 6th avenue and Washington street.
Under Auspices Phoenix Protective League
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Tickets 50c and 75c
Now on Sale at Gaillard's Cafe
221 East Madison
Arizona Iron Works, Inc.
P. O. Box 875 Phona 1871
Thr. blocka south of State Cap.
ttal between Jackaon and uarri-
nn Street.
Wa have an up-to-date Foundry
and Machine Shop and specialize
In repairing Mining an 3 Cotton Gin
machinery.
E. C. VOSS, Manager.
IF IT'S JEWELRY WE MAKE IT
TO ORDER
Geo. Do Freitas
Manufacturing Jeweler
If It'e Broken Wa Repair It
25 North First Ave., Phoenix
WARDENBURG
IS NOW LOCATED IN
SUITE '620-521 HEARD BLDG.
PHOENIX, ARIZONA
ATTENTION SIR KNIGHT.
M All CI rUM. TV,nntv
Commandery No. 3, Knights
Templar are requested to meet
P in the Asylum Tuesday at 1
o'clock to attend the funeral of our late
Sir Knight Albert O. Erhardt. A full
I attendance is solicited.
L. T. SUTHERLAND, E. C.
Royal Arch Masons of Ari
zona Chapter No. 1, R. A. M-,
are requested to meet In the
Masonic Temple Tuesday at
1 o'clock to attend the funeral of our
late Companion Albert O. Erhardt.
L. T. SUTHERLAND, H. P.
3 AiemDerg oi Arizona iiougo
No. 2, F. & A, M. are requested
CjK to meet in the Masonic Temple
fr at 1:30 Tuesday to attend the
funeral of our late Brother Albert O.
Erhardt. W. S. NORVIEL, W. M
dg
All Nobles of El Zaribah
Temple Mystic Shrine are
requested to meet in the
Masonic Temple at 1:30
Tuesday to attend the funeral of our
late Noble Albert O. Erhardt. Nobles
who are not Knights Templar axe re
quested to march with the Brothers of
Arizona Lodge No. Z F. & A. so.
II. B. ST. CLAIRE, Recorder.
dg
Sheldon the Jeweler
106 N. First Ave.
The Best Equipped Work Shop in Arizona
We Repair Swiss and All Foreign Made Watches
A Nation's Fate Was Sealed-
Fifty Yards . From Where He Stood !
H
d
ave it Kepaire
Just because some little thing goes wrong with one of the many little
artlolea or utensils you use in your household or business constitutes no
good reason for throwing It away. Much aaving can be effected by
sending it to a good repair man. "A stitch in time saves nine." These
are practical times. Have it repaired.
The following repair directory will be of valuable assistance to Repub
lican readers in getting prompt and efficient service
Clip thia Listing so you can refer to it when you want it.
r I ilERE was a rattling of rickshaws, and I
L went below. On looking over the wall, I
saw that the Japanese were going away. Ilase
gawa8 carriage nad already gone. Koreans in
court dress wexe flattering to and fro. It seemed
impossible, as I stood there in the moonlight
behind the hedge, that the fate of a nation had
been sealed within fifty yards ofwhereIstood!
The ministers had signed!" Yes, it was so.
The Japanese had subjugated Korea, and a
country of 12,000,000 people must bow to the
inevitable.
Are you reading VILLA RD STRAIGHTS
Life Story by Lotm Graves now running in
Have Your Hat Cleaned and Blocked
PHOENIX HAT MFG. CO.
HAT MANUFACTURERS AND RENOVATORS
Only exclusive Hatters in the state. Wa aolicit out of
town work
Phone 4456 24 N. 2nd St, Phoenix, Ariz.
"CADILLACS"
We have a factory man that can
give you service on your cars.
HANSON A. KARLSON
a "Machinists"
n737 Grand Ave. Phone 1360
CERTAINLY
We Repair Shoes
Modern Methods
Efficient Workmen
Best Materials
GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP
26 West Van Buren
,)TH
SAFE THAN IT'S ROOF
When building or making repairs demand J ohna -M anvill e Flexstone
Asbestos Roofing. For Bale by
PHOENIX ROOFING CO.
T.J. SMITH, Mgr.
823 West Washington Phone 1074
at your service.
Geo. Hageman Co., Phone 712 2nd St, and Adams
rnrr TANKS WINDMILLS AND
UHu 5& OAS FNr.INFSRFPAlRFn
GEORGE HAGEMAN CO.
Phone 712
Second and Adams St.
The AmericanMAGAZINEonthe Orient
More than 60 Illustration
Art Insert of Exceptional Interest
The story is attracting attention rvrrywhem. This
y-ounfr American did much to Iniiig abonta deeper under
standing between the Orient and the Occident.
A Republic With an Emperor
Held in Reserve I
This is the case in China today. An -unbelievable situ
ation but true. The young heir to the throne is now
fifteen years of age. The rumor was that he had been
restored to power. They are thinking of marrying him
to the President's daughter, and thus satisfy all factions.
And many other astonishing plans are being considered.
Bead JOHN O. P. BLAND'S sensational revelations in
The Last Imperial Manchu" in the December issue.
Bible Stories Through Chinese Eyes!
These pictures br young Chinese artist would alone
make any issue of a magazine -worth -while. This boy
went to hear a missionary in his native country. Never
had he heard the old Biblical stories. He was deeply im
C rested. He visualized the marred tales enacted among
is own Chinese people. Chinese lions, titers and plienix
inarch two by two into a Chinese ark, built by a Chinese
Noah. And they kill the Chinese fatted calf (in the shape
of a chicken) for the Chinese Prodigal Son, returning
penitent from a Chinese gambling hell
lie Had Never Even Heard of America!
Vhen CHARLES MAYER went to the Malay States
to capture wild animals for the cirens, he first had to get
permission of the Sultan. The august personage said to
him: "What country are you from?"
"America," answered Mayer proudly, thinking to im
press the ruler.
But the Sultan taid he had never even heard of America!
And this happened only a few brief years ago.
How 6ixty lire pachyderms were caught in a trap in the
jungle and transported overseas for show purposcsmakes
tense reading.
What do yon know of Brahman beliefs of the Oriental
religions? In an iDnminatiny article, written in popular
vein, W. NORMAN BROWN pes into the subject of
Fate and Destiny, the doctrine ot Kanna,Vre taught by the
Asiatic pundits and teachers.
Other Features of the December ASIA
Korea Signs Away Her Freedom .... Frontispiece
A Court Lady of Old Japan . . . BvL Adams Beck
The Picturesof PlowingandWeaving BytLMeyerRiefstahl
The Utmost Indian Isle . . An Insert of Photographs
Some Contemporary Japanese Poets
By Madame Yukio Oxaki
Hammid Hassan, Camel Driver . . By Joseph Koven
The War of the Farmcrin Japan. Ill . By Robertson Scotl
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