British Commonwealth of Nations: Notes, Apr. 26, 1926

Tut-tutting. Should William Randolph Hearst announce that he was writing The Life of Christ, many persons might be vexed. Many tut-tutted last week when "the Hearst of England," Lord Beaverbrook,* owner of the lurid London Daily Express, etc., announced that he is writing a biography of the Nazarene "in an arresting style . .. great reverence. .. sincerity ... will explain the Savior's actions. . . ."

Pilgrim. At the Hyde Park Hotel, London, there arrived last week James Hazen Hyde, founder and onetime president...

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