Foreign News: Feng to Chinawomen

Men have heretofore been the chief concern of pious, strapping Marshal Feng Yu-Hsiang, who keeps a private army of 150,000 stalwart soldiers, each trained in some peacetime trade as well as in war. Last week, however, the Marshal bent his thoughts on women. At Kaifeng, the capital of Honan province, he opened the Chinese Institute for Women, a school constructed at his private cost, "to teach the principles of social welfare and government."

Addressing a meek little group of Chinawomen, the first recipients of his educational bounty, Marshal Feng declared last week at the...

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