View with Alarm: May 26, 1924

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

J. K. Mitchell. He tried to forget. (P. 25.)

The books of the Chicago Civic Opera Company. (P. 13.)

Stout men subjected to uncomfortably hot temperatures. (P. 19.)

Eight artists. They were ousted by Mr. Gatti. (P. 13.)

Two hundred sixty-seven pages, as irritating as possible. (P. 14:)

Rebellion, intrigue, mad dashings. (P. 15.)

The not-very-Little Entente. (P. 10.)

Four aged heroines tilting. (P. 15.)

Vaporings from a Bolshevik gas bag. (P. 11.)

A big blow to the silk worms. (P. 12.)

Frau Ruth Fischer. Her...

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