The Press: O, how full

The Moore mystery of a fortnight ago became more of a mystery last week. Both of the rumors about Alexander Pollock Moore, onetime (1923-25) U. S. Ambassador to Spain, came true. President Coolidge appointed him Ambassador to Peru five days after he had purchased two tabloids: the New York Daily Mirror and the Boston Advertiser. William Randolph Hearst, who had never before sold any profitable publication, was the seller. The price was considered too "personal" to be made public. People wondered how Mr. Moore intended to divide his time between solving Peruvian diplomacy...

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