View with Alarm: Sep. 24, 1923

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

A Chicago Tribune recipe for killing children. (P. 21.)

New Red alarms among the United Mine Workers. (P. 4.)

A serious grammatical blunder by an outstanding scholar. (P. 25.)

Persistent squabbling in our Philippine nursery. (P. 2.)

Britain's radio Babbitts, unappreciative of learned discourse. (P. 9.)

Any who blink or explain away an obvious business depression. (P. 23.)

Newspapers that arouse false hopes in their diabetic public by exaggerating

Seven days with no more knowledge why seven ships were wrecked. (P. 3.)

Whippings, floggings, disturbances...

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