POLITICAL NOTES: Three Daughters

Thunder last week shook the abode of the Sultan of Sulu at Jolo, Philippine Islands. The great Moro chieftain has no children begotten of his loins, but for years he has reared three adopted daughters, the children of his brothers, and the three little princesses— Tarhata, Emme and Dayang-Dayang—have dwelt in the security of his harem. In the excess of his affection the Sultan actually had Tarhata spend five years at the University of Illinois, and she returned home with bobbed hair.

The Sultan's anger last week...

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