CHINA: Not Velly Well

News gathered in Peking from the Provinces indicated that all was not well with the state of China.

Disturbances of greater or lesser importance were reported from Szechwan, Canton, Hunan and Manchuria, where considerable friction over the Chinese Eastern Railway between Chang Tso-lin, the Manchurian Tuchun and co-dictator of the Peking Government, and the Bolsheviki was in progress.

Signs pointed to the fact that Chang will soon exercise complete control over all northern China to the exclusion of General Feng Yu-hsian, "Chinese Christian soldier," which, in turn, may operate to turn the...

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