Foreign News: Courtesy

The oldest tradition of the East is hospitality, the next oldest cour- tesy. Ignoring all ill-mannered Cis-and Trans-Pacific bickerings over the immigration dispute, the Imperial household of Japan restored the balance of Nippo-American amenities by presenting the American colony of Toyko, rent free, with a valuable tract of land, as a site for an American School.

In addition to this generous act of the Imperial family, three Jap- anese associations, organized after the earthquake, engaged to contrib- ute $50,000 in cash and materials for the construction of the school and a foreign community centre. A committee...

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