Foreign News: At Shanghai

¶ General Li Pao-chang, Shanghai Commissioner of Defense, continued his attempts to break the general strike (TIME, Feb. 28) by ordering soldiers to march about the streets, cutting off the heads of alleged strikers and setting up these gory warnings upon poles.

¶ Mr. Thomas Franklin Millard, long resident in China as the meticulous and widely quoted correspondent of the New York Times cabled a moving story: "A Chinese widow whose livelihood depends on a small flower shop in Bubbling Well Road, Shanghai, had one son, aged 14, who used a bicycle to deliver...

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