View with Alarm: Dec. 24, 1923

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

The alliance of a rabbit and a horse. (P. 6.)

A "regular fellow" who "writes for men." (P. 31.)

A character who cries "young fop" at the famed son of an honored father. (P. 31.)

A Congressman who wrote the "Wyoming State Song" and two Western novels. (P. 6.)

Discontent in Russia. (P. 11.)

Santa Claus held up. (P. 13.)

"Santa Claus be Mowed!" (P. 16.)

"Five hundred sofas." (P. 6.)

An obsolete dictum reflecting upon 'integrity and honor." (P. 6.)

A "loony" threat....

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