H.I.M. the Emperor was photographed in full Military and Naval uniforms Tuesday morning in a studio specially built for the occasion, close to the riding ground in the Fukiage Gardens of the Imperial Palace. This was for presenting his likeness to the Emperors, Presidents and Kings of our treaty powers, and also for giving them to the schools of all grades in the Empire. Imperial artists Kuroda, Maruki and Ogawa had the honor of photographing his Majesty, and tens of thousands of copies will be prepared before October next.

U.S. marines in Shanghai committed outrageous acts against plain clothes Japanese gendarmes escorting General Toshizo Nishio, commander-in-chief of the Japanese expeditionary forces in China, on Sunday while the General was inspecting the Shanghai International Settlement and French Concessions on the occasion of the third anniversary of the China Affair, report special dispatches to the Asahi and Yomiuri.

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