Foreign News: Englishmen and Dogs

A short time ago a Chinese soldier by the name of Li entered the legation quarter at Peking and walloped one A. K. Campbell, British commercial traveler. Li was arrested by a U. S. soldier and held prisoner until the Chinese Government could be induced to promise that he would be tried before foreign witnesses and that treaty stipulations excluding the Chinese from the legation quarter would be enforced.

The detention of Li provoked an anti-foreign demonstration aimed at the British. A mass meeting adopted the following resolutions :

1) That the British Minister...

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