View with Alarm: Sep. 15, 1924

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

The favorite participial utterance of a distinguished corps. (P. 15.)

Epinard's uncle. (P. 28.)

The reputed recipient of Prime's ardor. (P. 9.)

A large number of women not fit to be homemakers. (P. 8.)

Principal Harrower jeered, hissed, booed, called "liar," "sneak." (P. 18.)

A drove of ailing pigs. (P. 16.)

A voice that twangs like a guitar. (P. 16.)

The embalmed head of Henry IV. (P. 9.)

The thud as her head struck the oak floor. (P. 14.)

Rude, blasphemous, uncharitable dogs. (P. 15.)

A crooked Tammany judge. (P. 22.)

Spectators fleeing in wildest terror, their noses clamped...

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