In Youngstown, a controversy arose at the "copy" desk of the Vindicator, a newspaper. Did the Prime Minister of Great Britain spell his name with a "D" or a "d"? The telegraph editor took typewriter and paper, and sent a letter across the sea.
Back from England came the answer: "I am Ramsay MacDonald." So those papers and magazines who have been following the Manchester Guardian and the British Who's Who will change from little d-ians to big D-ians.
Frank A. Munsey, the great consolidator, bought the New York Globe last Spring...