TERRITORIES: Aguinaldo Goes Over

Until General Frederick Funston captured the insurrectionary chief 30 years ago in the steamy jungles of the Philippines, Emilio Aguinaldo was a bloody name with which to frighten U. S. children after dark. Ever since his parole, Aguinaldo has been one of the sturdiest native supporters of U. S. rule. His son and General Funston's were friendly classmates at West Point four years ago. Aguinaldo would have nothing to do with the local movement for immediate Philippine independence.

But last week the chief, now old and brown, reversed his 3O-year position, went over...

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