7 JUNE 1913, Page 3

We are surprised to note that the Daily Chronicle has

made no comment on, and given no explanation in regard to, the letter contributed to our columns last week by Mr. Parker, dealing with the insertion of editorial matter in certain signed articles by Mr. Max Pemberton. We should have thought the matter was of sufficient interest and importance for comment, and that so well-known a journalist as Mr. Parker, the shooting editor of the Field, had a right to serious attention. We suggest that the subject is one that might be well taken up and discussed by the Institute of Journalists—a body which we note is this year presided over by Mr. Donald, the editor and manager of the Daily Chronicle.