CHINA: The War

The contending Tuchuns continued their war (TIME, Sept. 15 et seq.) with great show and many loud noises, but neither side gained any appreciable advantages. In the north, slight progress was made by Tuchun Chang of Manchuria. In the south, the army of Tuchun Chi of Kiangsu drove its enemy two miles nearer Shanghai, their coveted goal; then rain stopped the engagement.

Super-Tuchun Chang was exceptionally busy behind his lines. In a proclamation "To all whom it may concern," he offered $50,000 for the head of President Tsao Kun or that of Super-Tuchun...

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