The Press: Most Useful Sun

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In Stanley Park, principal plaza of Vancouver, B. C., stands a stone monument called the Harding Memorial, erected by the Canadian Kiwanis Club. It honors Warren Gamaliel Harding, only President of the U. S. to visit Canada while in office, whose reception at Vancouver shortly preceded his death in San Francisco. But Vancouver Kiwanians squirmed with discomfort last week. Other thoughtful citizens deplored. U. S. visitors were in a ferment of indignation. For, despite many a protest, Vancouver's loud evening Sun ("Vancouver's most useful institution") was publishing serially The Strange Death...

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