National Affairs: Pleasant Thing

Nearest neighbor, biggest customer, least troublesome friend of the U. S. is Canada. Even so, to win Canada a mention on the front page of U. S. papers, a honeymooning princess has to have her jewels stolen in a Canadian hotel or Canada's Prime Minister has to call officially in Washington. Last week both occurred. The $7,500 jewels stolen from Princess Maria of Bourbon-Sicily, bride of Prince Juan of Spain, held press attention until the Rt. Hon. William Lyon Mackenzie King actually stood on the White House doormat, ate from the White House...

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