Foreign News: Woods Out

While some of the Japanese in Tokyo cheered the Prince Regent and his bride as they drove through the streets on the day set aside for the public celebration of their recent marriage, while others filled the air with imprecations against the U. S., many thousands of Japanese found their way to the Tokyo railway station to cheer the Ambassador from the U. S.—Cyrus E. Woods.

The Ambassador, and his wife and her mother, Mrs. Marchand, were greeted on the station platform by Premier Kiyoura, Foreign Minister Baron Matsui and numerous Government and...

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