Foreign News: Developments

The soldiers of the Manchurian Super-Tuchun Chang Tso-lin, now in control of Peking, notoriously follow his example of ruthless and inhuman cruelty upon slight provocation. Last week one of Chang's lieutenants demanded a "contribution" from a Chinese merchant resident in the suburbs of Peking. The merchant refused. The soldiers brought a cauldron of oil, built a fire beneath it, seized and stripped one of the merchant's daughters, boiled her to death.

The Cantonese Super-Tuchun, Chang Kaishek, boasted last week that his conquests now embrace six provinces [in the Yangtze valley] with an area...

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