National Geographic : 1935 Nov
THE FINAL PLEA OF THE INNKEEPER'S COUNSEL "I, 0 Supreme Judge, have lived in Asmara-as you well know-twenty years. There is not one 'pub' I don't know. But I never called the hostess 'daughter of a donkey thief.' Gentlemanly manners and dignity forbid." THE JUDGE MARKS DOWN AWAGER Gambling here is an officialpart oflitigation, both disputants and bystanders betting on the judge's decision. Refusal towager amounts towithdrawal of the case. Street court judges receive fees paid bylosers.