Imaginary Interviews: Sep. 17, 1923

Samuel M. Ralston, U. S. Senator from Indiana: " In reporting an interview that one of their reporters had had with Mr. A. Mitchell Palmer, the New York Tribune ignorantly referred to me as ' Senator James Ralston'."

Henry Ford: " By selective breeding at Dearborn, I plan to evolve a ' more efficient, two-in-one' cow— the milk-producing propensity of Jersey, Holstein or Guernsey coupled with the beefy lines of Hereford, Black Angus or Shorthorn."

Israel Zangwill, Englishman of letters: "The Jewish Tribune printed a list of the...

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