shown in America in reports from 1_,Oricion that the British government has expressed the hope that the United States senate's investigation of war-time financing will not revive old scandals and disturb the present situation in Europe, says the ManefteSier GUardicra New York correspondent.
It is recalled that the United States State Department has kept in close touch with the investigation, which is conducted by the Senate Munitions Committee, and has several times intervened to prevent the publication of information on the ground that such publication is inimical to the national interest.
Americans are now animated liv a strong desire to avoid participation iii any future war. 'Phe feeling over there is general also that they should not have entered the Great War and were to a large extent tricked into doing so.
Several books have been published attempting to prove the thceis that the United States was the victiin of false propaganda by the Allies before and during its participation in the war and that United States financial interests heavily involved with the Allies cooperated in obtaining American participation.