Imaginary Interviews: Feb. 18, 1924

(During the Past Week the Daily Press Gave Extensive Publicity to the Following Men and Women. Let Each Explain to You Why His Name Appeared in the Headlines.)

Julius Rosenwald, President of Sears, Roebuck & Co.: "I narrowly escaped death. At a grade crossing near Chicago my automobile, was struck by a Baltimore & Ohio train. I leaped from my place at the wheel, was unhurt. My automobile, wrecked, was carried more than 100 yards down the track."

The Premier of Quebec (L. A. Taschereau) : "In Montreal, I engaged a hotel room. While...

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