The Press: Buttling Needed

Nothing so testifies to the enlightened literacy of U. S. citizens as the fact that the great mass of them have, at one time or another, read the Saturday Evening Post. Many internationally smart U. S. citizens are proud of the world's most widely read magazine; but in London they must sometimes apologize and sometimes blush for the Post's chronic misuse of British titles and excruciating presentations of the habits and customs of butlers, footmen, peers, peeresses.

Last week the newspaper of world's largest circulation, the London Daily Mail, helpfully advised as follows:


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