CHINA: Disorder

In Canton, center of anti-British ire, the radical South China Government was captured by the super-radical Whampoa college cadets, who arrested 100 officials, patrolled the city, set the old stone-mud walls to echoing a falsetto communism.

In Shanghai, international city of the central coast, L'Echo de Chine, ridiculed the "friendly weakness" of the U. S.: "If Senator Borah had to live in the interior of China he would realize the value of extra-territoriality."

Four Chinese dockyard workmen assaulted a coolie as a conclusion to interchange...

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