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AMERICA AID JAPAN

A DISQUIETING REPORT, ! RELATIONS NO BETTER 1 Free* Association —By Telegraph—Copyright ■ NEW YORK, December 11. | (Received December 12, at 9.30 a.m.) i ProfeKir Matthews, of Cliicago Univer- , i sity. the It; v. Sidney Gurick, and a New j ; York committee of 10 inombexa, who were i appointed to study the anti-Japanese sonli- j ’ merit in California, have reported to the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ' Convention that additional anti-Japanese \ legislation is contemplated in California.! The psychological conditions between the United States and Japan were approaching • a state when some really trivial action mirht bring appalling consequence*. The Chinda-Bryan correspndenco m no way reassured the Japanese. America was trying to get the issue raised in California, and the jingo Press in both countries waa doing much to foment ill-feeling.

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AMERICA AID JAPAN, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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AMERICA AID JAPAN Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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