National Affairs: Royal Route

If Europe's war fever does not rise again, June 7 will be historic. Shortly before midnight that day, on a train rolling over the international bridge below Niagara Falls, a King of England will enter the U. S. for the first time. For U. S. detectives, a day last week was historic. In the U. S. for the first time arrived the chief detective of Scotland Yard on active duty.

Robert Donald Fitch of the State Department was at the pier in Manhattan to meet square-chinned Chief Constable Albert Canning of what is properly...

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