View with Alarm: Aug. 4, 1924

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

Ice cream on ham and eggs. (P. 30.)

"Grandma, mother, young sister, father and concubine." (P. 12.)

The Prince "seen in the London slums crawling on all fours." (P. 7.)

Ill-mannered Cis-and Trans-Pacific bickerings. (P. 11.)

"Old men and fawning boys, bespectacled spinsters and enquiring teach- ers." (P. 16.)

An utterly unreasonable love for an utterly unreasonable young lady. (P. 12.)

A day when the human body was not thought a fitting topic for conversation. (P. 21.)

One hundred vagrant goats. (P. 29.)


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