View with Alarm: Nov. 19, 1923

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

Mrs. Hosier's luck. (P. 29.)

Sam Gompers' romp. (He played polities in Mexico.) (P. 12.)

A " placid, prudent, elderly English gentleman." (P. 7.)

A Governor's son who would " sock " his enemies " in the eyeball." (P. 27.)

A Harvard graduate who sheltered Ludendorff's buddy. (P. 8.)

Premier Mussolini's airy statements. (P. 10.)

The Chinese puzzle. (P. 12.)

Geese and the trouble they cause. (P-2.)

The nation that pricked a bubble. (P. 6.)

"Americanization of Europe." (P. 19.)

Woman's intolerable position. (P. 4.)...

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