Super-Tuchun Chang of Manchuria, opposed in the North to Super-Tuchun Wu.
Super-Tuchun Wu, head of the Peking forces opposing Chang.
Marshal Tsao Kun, President of China, supporter of Wu.
General Feng Yu-hsiang, "Chinese Christian soldier," ally of Wu.
The war (TIME, Sept. 8 et seq.) continued. Strange events took place and a strange situation was created.
In North China. Along a line south of the Manchurian frontier, the armies of Super-Tuchuns Wu and Chang battled for supremacy.
Earlier despatches told of terrific attacks and ghastly slaughter in which the...