View with Alarm: Jan. 21, 1924

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

A reddish mustache whacked off with a pair of manicure scissors.

M. D.'s unable to cure themselves.

History that cannot repeat a Lincoln.

A shrunken Governor.

A drunken youth.

The slush compounded by one, Guglielmo.

Britishers who forgot their national anthem.

"Men, women, young men and maidens ... all huddled together in one room.

Presidents at $550,000 each.

"Murders, killings, assaults, robberies, tortures."

A dogma half the Cardinals oppose.

Letters of Tom, Dick, Harry.

The things that happen on the coast of folly.

The dreadful possibility of a meeting between a Vladimir...

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