Foreign News: Gentle Bow

Anxious are Japanese authorities in Shanghai to get foreigners to resume living, shopping and paying taxes in Hongkew, the recently fought-over section of the International Settlement north of Soochow Creek that has long been predominantly Japanese. Hesitant British and U. S. former residents last week studied a list of regulations and inducements, published in English at Japanese Army headquarters :

"Foreigners returning to districts North of the Creek are especially requested to respect the sentry on point duty at the Garden Bridge and at street corners by giving him a gentle bow, and wishing...

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