NEW YORK, March 28. Mr David Lawrence, the Washington correspondent of the'"New York Evening Post," interviewed Viscout Ishn, who said: lam sorry that some American senators have misunderstood my New York speech. I had no particular instructions from my Government to make this speech, but the subject is very close to the hearts of the Japanese peopie.. \Ve must go to the source of all friction between peoples in order to establish a League of Nations which will prevent war. vVhat Japan seeks is largely sentimental. I said nothing in my speech which would - give ' a basis for. believing Japan intended to have the United btat.es open her gates to unrestricted Japanese immigration. The quarrel between the American and Japunese soldiers at Tien Tsin was merely a local brawl, such as is likely to occur wherever large bodies of troops congie<*ate. The Korean uprising is merely iuie work of young .Korean students. i The Japanese administration in Korea has been excellent.
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ASIATIC IMMIGRATION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919
ASIATIC IMMIGRATION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919
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