The Press: Leader

Last Sunday the people of Manhattan were privileged to welcome a new newspaper—the New York Sunday Leader, price 5c. Those who wondered what the publishers (who also issue a theatrical snicker sheet called Zit's Weekly) intended to do with the paper, and whether they had not been slightly temerarious in their choice of a title, were informed by an editorial that "the Leader's aim is to print all news fearlessly, fairly and without malice." Underneath was a squib censoring Edward W. Browning, "Cinderella man," for "taking little girls in their teens to...

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