Leslie's Illustrated Weekly Newspaper: September 25, 1920, Vol. CXXXI. No. 3387

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Condition: Fair

28 pages. Features: War's Aftermath in the Orient (article with photos); Pictorial feature of rice farming in the Philippines; Photo of hurdles race at Antwerp featuring Earl Thompson of Canada - "The Greatest Hurdler of All Time"; Photos and news story of Poland's Paderewski; 'False Alarms' - a story; Photos from Japan - when her largest export was silk!; *Interesting and prophetic article by Darwin P. Kingsley entitled 'Watch your steps, American and Japan!' - Beyond the Pacific a vicious yellow press is yelping at us and the militarists are in control - over here Washington is sleeping peacefully - trouble may come; Mayor Henry Kiel of St. Louis; Woman President of a baseball league, Mr.s Lilly Nicholas; Whaling photos; Photos of a traffic cop running a speed trap... by peaking around a corner and holding a stop watch!; a centrifugal gun. Interesting advertisements by Clark Axles, Selden Motor Trucks, Kelly-Springfield, Columbia Grafonola, U.S. Pneumatic Truck Tires.