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Contents of August ASIA

At first glimpse it looked like a man in a red mask and black cloak, crawling on his hands and knees. A moment later the red-masked figure straightened, spread great wings and flew into the blue above the Himalayas.

A carrion vulture! Coming out of the Englishman's cabin!

Pilsbury, of the Forest Reserve, stationed near Murree—whimsical, delicate, studious—a man who had a way with small creatures.

Beattie, his Chief-all man-plenty of chin, a bullock neck, a lot of appetites partially under control-said to be brave.

The deadly Karait, a creature of the blackest reputation of all India—thin as a lead pencil, black with the black of old leather, a dull gleam to her extra unlovely-head-Pilsbury's one defense against the bullying of Beattie:

Around this triangle Will Levington Comfort and Zamin ki Dost interlace one of their remarkable Eastern stories—a study in the psychology of fear between animals and men.

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Bombs and Battleships...

433) The New Tariff Bill...

433 An American Bonaparte.

434 Baptists Defend Their Liberties...... 434 Happy Are They that Can Hear Their

Detractions and Can Put Them to
Mending ..

435
Cartoons Selected by Outlook Readers
The End of the British Coal Strike.. 436
The New Chief Justice....

436 Three Ambassadors and Two Gover. norships.....

437 The Anglo-Japanese Alliance.

438 The Opium Evil....

438 Are the People Losing Their Religion ? 439

By Lyman Abbott
What General Dawes May Do.......
When We Shall Worry....

440 Uncle Sam Saves....

440 Staff Correspondence from Washington by 1

Elbert F. Baldwin
One of America's Highest Mountains 442 |
One of Switzerland's Noblest Peaks. 443
Is the Church Losing the People ?

Opposing Views :
I-Why Don't They Come to Church ? 444

By Andrew Ten Eyck
II-A Little Clinic on the Status of
Church-Going......

445 By Howard A. Bridgman Fewer, and Better, Men

447 By Kingsley Moses The Dominion of Ireland. Is it Possible ? 449

By Eleanor Markell
The Book Table :
The Collected Poems of Walter De
La Mare.....

451 Books Received.......

451 The Editors' Mail Bag : The Peace

Resolution; A Bit of a Blanket Stiff 452 Publisher's Notes ....

452 Contributors' Gallery .....

453 Financial Department...

454 Follow Through (Poem).

459 By Francis B. Keene Better than Bolts .....

459 By Paul V. Collins By the way......

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The Dangerous Islands Frederick O'Brien For more than 400 years these siren islands, a bracelet of ivory and Jade set in the sapphire Pacific, have been known to mariners as marking the most parlous piece of sea in all the round of the globe. They are the fairy islands of childhood, the coral strand of youth, the lotus lands of poesy. It takes but Frederick O'Brien's inimitable story-telling to put you on familiar terms with every interesting character on Niau, from the Mormon deacon who peddles bread to Chocolate, a mongrel pup of the Marquesas. An Evening with the "Damned" By K.K.Ardashir "Oh, Allah! We are indeed lost!” exclaimed old Abdul Hamid, thirty-fifth Sultan of Turkey, when an English friend said to him that the Turks were the only commercially honest people in Europe. Chatty and historical anecdotes go to make up this more than entertaining article about the old Sultan who once claimed that, The British Sovereign and I are the two greatest Mohammedan powers on the earth!" Singing Craftsmen of Peking - . . By Sam Dean American captains of industry marvel at the wonderful handicraft, skill of the Chinese, an abiding heritage from days when work was art and art gave joy and joy meant song. These merry artisans, members each of their powerful guilds, still specialize on beauty while the rest of the world concentrates on production Hindu Stories in American Negro Folk Lore

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• By L. Adams Beck All the jewels of Burma seem mirrored in the sparkling tales of life told in the golden shadows of the Shwe Dagon or voyaging along the silken river that skirts the lazy city of Rangoon. My Chinese Marriage

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At first glimpse it looked like a man in a red mask and black cloak, crawling on his hands and knees. A moment later the red-masked figure straightened, spread great wings and flew into the blue above the Himalayas.

A carrion vulture! Coming out of the Englishman's cabin!

Pilsbury, of the Forest Reserve, stationed near Murree-whimsical, delicate, studious—a man who had a way with small creatures.

Beattie, his Chief-all man-plenty of chin, a bullock neck, a lot of appetites partially under control-said to be brave.

The deadly Karait, a creature of the blackest reputation of all India—thin as a lead pencil, black with the black of old leather, a dull gleam to her extra unlovely head-Pilsbury's one defense against the bullying of Beattie:

Around this triangle Will Levington Comfort and Zamin ki Dost interlace one of their remarkable Eastern stories—a study in the psychology of fear between animals and men.

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438 Are the People Losing Their Religion ? 439

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Staff Correspondence from Washington by

Elbert F. Baldwin
One of America's Highest Mountains 412
One of Switzerland's Noblest Peaks. 443
Is the Church Losing the People ?

Opposing Views :
I-Why Don't They Come to Church? 14 EST

By Andrew Ten Eyck
II-A Little Clinic on the Status of

Church-Going..

By Howard A. Bridgman
Fewer, and Better, Men

By Kingsley Moses
The Dominion of Ireland. Is it possible ? 449

By Eleanor Markell
The Book Table :
The Collected Poems of Walter De
La Mare......

451
Books Received...
The Editors' Mail Bag: The Peace

Resolution; A Bit of a Blanket Stif 452
Publisher's Notes
Contributors' Gallery ....

454
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The Dangerous Islands - By Frederick O'Brien For more than 400 years these siren islands, a bracelet of ivory and Jade set in the sapphire Pacific, have been known to mariners as marking the most parlous piece of sea in all the round of the globe. They are the fairy islands of childhood, the coral strand of youth, the lotus lands of poesy. It takes but Frederick O'Brien's inimitable story-telling to put you on familiar terms with every interesting character on Niau, from the Mormon deacon who peddles bread to Chocolate, a mongrel pup of the Marquesas. An Evening with the "Damned" By K.K.Ardashir "Oh, Allah! We are indeed lost!" ex. claimed old Abdul Hamid, thirty-fifth Sultan 0 Turkey, when an English friend said to him that the Turks were the only commercially honest people in Europe. Chatty and historical anecdotes go to make up this more than entertaining article about the old Sultan who once claimed that, "The British Sovereign and I are the two greatest Mohammedan powers on the earth!" Singing Craftsmen of Peking . . . By Sam Dean American captains of industry marvel at the wonderful handicraft skill of the Chinese, an abiding heritage from days when work was art and art gave joy and joy meant song. These merry artisans, members each of their powerful guilds, still specialize on beauty while the rest of the world concentrates on production Hindu Stories in American Negro Folk Lore

By Norman Brown There's nothing new-even under the Asiatic sun! Now we find that some of Uncle Remus' very best thrillers have their counterparts in the softly told stories that little Hindu children listen to at night from their Ayahs. Main Street in a Caucasian Village - By Elizabeth Anderson Molikans, Armenians, Russians, Turks, crowd Main Street in Dilijan, where even the mildest men looked ferocious when they stared from under their shaggy caps tangled sheepskin at this plucky American girl who made the acquaintance of these swaggering Caucasians while doling out the supplies of a Relief Commission. Black Bull the Champion . . By Bernard Sexton A legend of India which holds a world of wisdom, philosophy and humor in its short but stirring length. The Great River ..... By L. Adams Beck All the jewels of Burma seem mirrored in the sparkling tales of life told in the golden shadows of the Shwe Dagon or voyaging along the silken river that skirts the lazy city of Rangoon. My Chinese Marriage •

- By M. T. F. Chapter III: First Daughter-in-law. The great racial instinct of the Chineseobedience to parents-now confronts this American girl as she accepts the position of first daughter-in-law in her Chinese mother's household.

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The American MAGAZINE on the Orient

More than 60 Ilustrations-Art Insert of 8 pages Within the pages of ASIA one meets and knows the romance and fascination of the old—the startling possibilities of the new East. The Orient is restless, determined and inspiring. Each month, through this magazine, its drama and mystery are translated for the Western mind through intensely interesting stories and articles.

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