View with Alarm: Nov. 5, 1923

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

A jazz-bitten but charming Leila. (P. 17.)

France, slapping Uncle Sam over the whiskers. (P. 9.)

The loveless prayer of Savage Christian Papini. (P. 19.)

A key-note speech which, if 100% American, is also 100% hate. (P. 5.)

The new giants of modern sculpture. (P. 13.)

The tears of Poincaré. (P. 7.)

Russia's microscopic consumption of newsprint paper. (P. 23.)

The French army officer whose horrible prophecy might be mistaken for the child of his desire. (P. 9.)

The death of a newspaper written by...

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