Imaginary Interviews: Jul. 14, 1924

Albert Johnson, U. S. Representative from Washington: "A Japanese suicide in Tsieihu, Formosa, left a note saying: 'I am dying as a protest against exclusion, and when I am dead my soul will fly to America to punish Representative Albert Johnson and his kind.' "

Alexander P. Moore, U. S. Ambassador to Spain: "I was reported to have breakfasted in company with Douglas and Mary Fairbanks at the famed Armenonville restaurant in the Bois de Boulogne, Paris. When we had finished, we three looked at each other aghast: No money! We explained to...

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