View with Alarm: Dec. 10, 1923

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

Highly perfumed garbage. (P. 26.)

An uncle and a nephew who will never know which is which. (P. 26.)

Fred. C. Putnam, "Father of the Races." (P. 6.)

The pusillanimous result of a fever. (P. 12.)

Dr. Sun's new lease of life. (P. 12.)

Condemnation of a newer and better Tokyo. (P. 12.)

The prospect of even more pennies rolling into the Vanderbilt coffers. (P. 25.)

The backwardness of American schoolboys. (P. 20.)

A proposed increase in U. S. Army personnel. (P. 4.)

Rowdies who...

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