View with Alarm: Jul. 7, 1924

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

Thousands of quarts of pitiful tears. (P. 17.)

The finger of a middle-aged woman, its nail carefully manicured. (P. 15.)

Din. The President had it turned off. (P. 1)

Children crying for milk; the public crying for blood. (P. 27.)

Booms at an ungodly hour of the morning. (P. 9.)

A resounding smack. It caused suspension of a session. (P. 13.)

A dream. It brightened, flew around the world, vanished. (P. 20.)

Shouts, stench, sympathy. They offended ears, nose, vision. (P. 13.)

"Devil children, crazy...

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