View with Alarm: Apr. 14, 1923


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

The latest eulogy of Mr. Hughes. The likelihood that Brown's bronze bruno will be as collegiate as the bulldog and the tiger.

Heligoland resisting destruction.

" Collective bludgeoning" in our own fair coalfields.

The fact that two such men as Judge Lovett and Mr.. Holden can disagree.

The sensation created in Afganistari by Imanullah Khan.

The Cheka, now unearthing crimes 17 years old.

The housing of the Viennese bachelor who fails to marry forthwith.

The evolution of a Mussolini in Japan....

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