National Affairs: Sugar Strike

When Tarhata Kiram, flapper Philippine princess, married a Moro chieftain, newspapers printed columns, made sure that the U. S. knew. Last week, other things far more troublous to Governor General Leonard Wood, claimed his attention.

The Governor General, after a second operation for hernia, cabled the government at Washington he was in fine fettle, settled down to fight the strike of sugar workers of which new and disturbing reports came from Bais, Oriental Negros Province.

There not long before, hordes of wiry, brown-skinned Filipinos clambered aboard six locomotives lying idle on the tracks, ran...

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