View with Alarm: Dec. 3, 1923

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

Japan. She is charged with a massacre of Koreans. (P. 12.)

The morning that reveals one eminent statesman kicked out of bed by another. (P. 7.)

A new religion. (P. 11.) Un-American dirt. (P. 18.)

The King of England fighting the King of France. (P. 10.)

A common meeting jug for the Fitzgeralds. (P. 16.)

C. Bascom Slemp. He is having his first unpleasantness. (P. 22.)

The addition of zebra to the menu of the French Navy. (P. 10.)

Fundamentalists who suspect that missionaries are...

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