View with Alarm: Jul. 9, 1923


Having perused well the chronicle of the week, the Vigilant Patriot views with alarm:

That spot-without-a-blot, 12 miles north-by-east of Columbus, Ohio. (P. 5.)

The capital levy. A resolution passed by the British Labor Party. (P. 8.)

Henbane and deadly nightshade, compounded, which may supersede wine as the classical depository of truth. (P. 19.)

The Mexican Conference. No facts. Just optimism. (P. 13.)

Senator La Follette, who makes no excuses for "progress." (P. 2.)

Prisoner Charles Maurras, who, having no King, says that, like the King, he is above the law. (P. 10.)

Wandering Daughters....

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