Foreign News: Even One . . .

Still under indictment for murder last week, but by no means under arrest, was that frank and open swaggerthug, General Chang Tsung-chang, rich with the loot of Shantung, his former bailiwick. Fortnight ago Chang was—as he later expressed it—"handling a pistol." The thing went off and killed handsome young Prince Hsien Kai, cousin of China's deposed Boy Emperor Henry P'u-yi ("Henry") (TIME, Aug. 12). The shooting occurred in the garden of Chang's hotel at Beppu, a Japanese island summer resort. Last week the Beppu police made no protest when indicted Chang Tsung-chang...

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