Foreign News: Prince's Enemy

Only two things have kept the incredible theatricalities of L'Affaire Stavisky from becoming a truly great detective story: lack of a conclusion and lack of a suitable villain. The conclusion was as far off as ever last week, but to the great joy of Sunday supplement writers a possible villain was produced, an officer of the Legion of Honor, a lawyer formerly of great influence.

Evidence against him was flimsy, yet if Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes should go before a Senate investigating committee indirectly to charge Tammany District Attorney Thomas C. T. Grain...

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