Albert Johnson of Washington has been a newspaper man most of his life. He has been an editor in New Haven, Washington, St. Louis, Tacoma and Seattle. He is now publisher of the Daily Washingtonian of Hoquiam, Wash. It happens that he is also a Congressman and, as such, Chairman of the House Immigration Committee. It is, perhaps, because of his newspaper training that advance information was given out about the new immigration bill which he and Secretary of Labor Davis are preparing for the next Congress....

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