INNER MONGOLIA: Cash Rebellion

The Chinese cue was forced on the Chinese 292 years ago by their Manchu conquerors as a badge of subjection. Last December one of the last old-fashioned cues in the Orient, dangling from the head of the Inner Mongol leader, Prince Te,* Prince of West Sunit, bobbed in puppet subjection to gifts of Japanese cash & guns. The Prince declared Inner Mongolia independent of the Chinese Government at Nanking.

Last week Nanking's Premier and Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek got a telegram from Inner Mongolia that cheered him. It purported to be from one Yun Chih-hsien, who claimed that he was...

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