View with Alarm: Jan. 28, 1924

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

A high explosive word-bomb. (P. 7.)

The trouble between King Hussein and the Emir of Riyadh. (P. 13.)

Gifford Pinchot. He said: "One more mint julep, please;" then laughed with glee. (P. 29.)

An assassin "disguised as an equestrian." (P. 10.)

Young men fleeing from their natural comrades in life. (P. 11.)

Silk merchants who hissed and booed, blatted and squealed. (P. 29.)

The attention lavished upon a plum. (P. 6.)

Women who mistake "sensuality for love." (P. 32.)

The sheer meaninglessness of 350,000 multiplied...

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