CHINA: Chang

As spring turns into summer, flowers begin to bloom in all the world, and, in China, with the propitious season, war usually commences. A rumor descended upon Peking, last week, like a spring rain:

Marshal Chang Tso-lin, Manchurian Tuchun (War Lord), was marching upon the Capital. General Feng Yu-hsiang, "Chinese Christian Soldier," discovering that many of his generals were "neutral," decided that he would not fight Chang.

Last autumn, after the defeat of President Tsao Kun and General Wu Pei-fu (TIME, Nov. 10), Chang, one of the victors, retired to Manchuria with words of peace, promising to keep his army out...

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