View with Alarm: Nov. 12, 1923

Having perused well the chronicle of the week, the Vigilant Patriot views with alarm: Disaster predicted, for Stanley Baldwin's ministry. (P.. 10.)

Plays which the pious null pry into. (P. 15.) The inexorable law of the sea. (P. 5.)

New data in the art of crockery. (P. 5.)

Injustice done to Florida babies and alligators. (P. 29.)

The German Army as imagined by a French Lieutenant Colonel. (P. 10.)

A Bolivian half-breed who follows Latin tradition in suppressing the press. (P. 12.)

Theft of the Gobelin tapestries. (P. 13.)

The putting of a lighted match under the business thermometer. (P. 26.)

A woman who desires that the President should...

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