CHINA: Vigorous Rudy, Placid Mo

For the first time since Sino-Russian Railway squabbles brought the smell of war to Manchuria, a train pulled out of Harbin last week, made the first complete run over the Chinese Eastern Railway. Correspondents, hailing peace, rushed to their typewriters, praised the treaty signed at Khabarovsk between Soviet and Manchurian delegates, whereby the C. E. R. resumed operation with a Chinese president, placid Mo Teh-hui, and a Soviet manager, vigorous M. Rudy.

The peace was only partial. Scarcely had last week's train completed its run than all the Chinese employes of the C....

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