The Press: Great Ones

"Lord Robert Cecil and a collection of New York newspaper men saw each other yesterday. The line at the head table included, sitting next to each other, Frank A. Munsey, who supplied the food, Lord Robert Cecil, Senator Beveridge of Indiana, William Randolph Hearst and Thomas W. Lamont, of J. Pierpont Morgan & Co., all most becoming and appropriate. "There was also William C. Reick, who went reporting with this writer nearly forty years ago, and Dayton, publisher of the Evening Journal, the ablest publisher with one possible and doubtful exception...

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