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God, in a Ford car. When I-
s introduced to hm," the speaker
.tinued, "I clasped the hand of the
st bashful man that I have ever
t. He was as shy as a girl, and
sied gently with his eyes cast d wn.
was small, he couldn't have wei h-
more than 100 pounds, he had noth-
on save a loin cloth, not even the
andi cap that all his followers
ar; thin and emaciated, he had
n fasting for some time because
followers had been guilty of vio-
ce. His face was anything but
>ressive, but I had been wth him
s than ten minutes when I was
npletely mesmerized by the man.
Vas carried away by the beautiful
rit that he showed, and amazed at
kindness, gentleness and charity
t this man who is leading the
ian people in the greatest revolt
their history."
Visit to G1~nd
rhandi took his guests into his in-
chamber. There he lives in a
e tent, without a floor; a straw
a pallet ,two pillows, and three
cks his entire earthly possessions.
(fessor Van Tyne described him as
strange idealist, a remarkable man
, a fund of !sound philosophy
ich if accepted every where would
tainly make the world an ideal
e" Hs main tenet is that of the
ce of the soul, love. "Ghandi's
ghter lied to her father bye day,"
speaker related, "and he punished
severely by fasting himself. He
k to me one day that he would do
a.y with machinery in India. That
the forms of the Western civiliza-
. He would destroy all weapons,
. India would lead a quiet pastoral
.'But,' I said, 'wouldn't the Af
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you do then?' And he said gently and
quietly, 'I would meet them with my
bare breast. They want money and
jewels and this is all I have,' and
he swept the barren tent. 'If India,
would get along with as little as this,
destroy all the luxuries of the west-
ern world, who would want to raid
the and rob them?' His is a doctrine
of soul force."
"Ghandi," Professor Van Tyne con-
tinued, "does not lay the troubles of
India to England, he lays it to West-
ern civilization."
Rajahs Support British
The Mahrajahs of India, the native
princes almost overwhelmingly sup-
port the British in their efforts, ac-
cording to the Professor. At a con-
ference at Delhi, at a great banquet
given by the princes to the visiting
Prince of Wales, Professor Van Tyne
met many of them, and they express-
ed to him their views. In a visit
that he made to the Marajah of Alwer,
one of the most brilliant, but at the
same time most wicked of the native
princes, the Mahrajah spoke in threse
terms, "The British are crazy to try
to introduce democratc self govern-
ment into India," he declared, "tote
fundamental basis of the Hindu re-
ligion is the caste system. If the
British succeed in their attempts, the
caste system must obviously go, a
government without religion cannot
endure in India."
"When the few Englishmen in In-
dia, who have ived there and under
stand the sensitive nature of the In-

dian, and know their minds in all the
intricacies of the Indian mind, are
allowed to work without interference,
they will achieve what they hop~e to,
probably not for a few generations,
but certainly in time, a government
for the Indian people which will be
democratic, and representative,"
General Christman Near Death
New Orleans, Aug. 7. - Gen. Lee
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