CHINA: Temper?

General Feng, "Chinese Christian Soldier," entered the legation quarter in Peking to dine at the U. S. Legation.

Contrary to regulations, General Feng was accompanied by three armed soldiers who stood on the footboards of his car. Also contrary to regulations the General's car was being driven at a high speed. Again contrary to regulations, the headlights on the General's car were turned full on.

The Chinese police of the legation quarter, who are under the control of the Diplomatic Corps at Peking, stopped the car. General Feng's soldiers "drew their revolvers...

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