Point With Pride: Dec. 3, 1923

After a cursory view of TIME'S summary of events, the Generous Citizen points with pride to:

The feather which the Monitor desires for its royal hat. (P. 22.)

Railroad stocks, calculated to rise. (P. 26.)

The memorial which links the United States and Confucius. (P.


Talcott Williams, gray-haired defender of the press. (P. 22.)

The " greatest priest in the world." (P. 18.)

Baron Rothschild, physician. (P. 20.)

The ousting of duffer professionals. (P. 25.)

A prima donna who obeyed her husband. (P. 13.)

A St. Louis rug man. (P. 15.)

The Thistle Chapel. (P. 29.)

A man who...

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