K Oria Misy N P ILD Volume 14

K Oria Misy N P ILD Volume 14

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ... of Mr. Mowry to six months imprisonment with hard labor. The we was appealed, able Japanese lawyers were employed, and Mr. Mowry was released on bail. When the case came up on the apDeal the decision of the lower court was modi fied, the sentence being reduced to four months with hard labor and suspended for a period of two years. This means that Mr. Mowry is put on parole and, if within the two years he is not charged with any other offence, at the end of the two years he will be discharged. The case has been appealed to the Supreme Court and is nowawaiting a hearing. The facts in the matter are briefly as follows: It has been the custom of Mr. Mowry to entertain Koreans in his home with the idea of thus creating a relationship that will be mutually helpful. After the demonstrations in Pyeng Yang, when one or two of his former pupils asked that they might be allowed to sleep at his home he granted their request according to his usual custom. It seems, however, that Mr. Mowry had the foresight to say to these young men that if they had committed any offence he could not protect or shield them in any way. No at tempt to hide or conceal them was made by Mr. Mowry and, up to the time of hearing the case on the appeal, none of the men whpm Mr. Mowry had entertained had been convicted of any crime. four eeks from that date. The courses of stud will be practically the same as last year, com ising two classes in Japanese in addition lto th vee in Korean. It is also planned to have 'the special class for married ladies. I The forcign community in Korea has taken steps; to relieve the distress among the Koreans, mainly in the destroyed villages. Over Y4,000 has been raised and spent in clothing, kitchen utensils and the like. The...
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  • Paperback | 162 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 299g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236993071
  • 9781236993076