View with Alarm: Aug. 18, 1924

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

Concubinal cupidity. (P. 10.)

Oozing fritters drenched in the syrup of the happy ending. (P. 13.)

An angry editorial. (P. 9.)

A horny finger of scorn pointed at the U. S. (P. 10.)

The most offensive (to the censors) play that has ever appeared on the U. S. stage. (P. 16.)

Some of the beds which Prof. Leacock weeds. (P. IS.)

Sharp criticism and retort from formerly friendly lips. (P. 22.)

Greenland's icy mountains. (P. 22.)

An alleged punch in the eye at the hand...

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