Crime: Less Crime

Police Commissioner Enright of New York contends that his administration has been notably efficient.

"There is less crime in the city today than in many years," said he in a speech at Manhattan's Town Hall.

Commissioner Enright, it will be remembered, was hiding his light under a lieutenancy when Mayor John F Hylan brought it forth to blaze into the dark byways of criminality. One year ago the metropolitan press wanted to "oust" him from office because of the "crime wave." This year there has been less complaint against Mr. Enright. Hence his speech.


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