Foreign News: Devil's Laugf~

A few years before the U. S. took Cuba from Spain, Japan took the Island of Formosa from China and kept it. Japanese citizens, however, do not like Formosa, and only enough Japanese live there to take out the oil, timber and camphor. Last week, far beneath the earth's surface, some internal ailment seeking relief exploded a volcano in Japan, shook Alaska, rumbled down the Chinese coast, crossed the shallow Formosan Strait and rocked Formosa with the Far East's worst earthquake since 1923.

It tumbled the Chinese mud houses by tens of thousands, killed...

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