Foreign News: Headache

A nightmare of discomfort to thousands of Japanese soldiers was the capture of Jehol Province last winter. Lush dreams to millions of Chinese and a headache to the League of Nations was contained in an announcement last week that the Japanese-Manchukuo Government was doing everything in its power to increase the cultivation of opium in Jehol. The old Chinese tax of ten yuan ($2) a mow (1/6; acre) on poppy fields will be reduced one-half by Japan.


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