Foreign News Notes, May 26, 1924

Certain Japanese persons, incensed at the passage of the U.S. (Johnson) Immigration Bill, advocated return of all contributions made by Americans during the past great earthquake. The Government said: "Nonsense! Such a course is unthinkable!"

For the nth time the recall of smiling Ambassador Hanihara from the U.S. was denied by the Japanese Foreign Office.

To a gathering of Japanese politicians and U. S. residents of Tokyo, Cyrus E. Woods, U.S. Ambassador, said: "There is but one subject on the minds of us all. It is futile for me to speak without dealing with...

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