View with Alarm: Dec. 15, 1924

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

Carnage in two hemispheres. (Page 11, column 3.)

Jenufa's stepmother, stealing hugger-mugger to the brook. (P. 15, col. 1.)

"One hundred African lions, 40 Bengal tigers, 20 leopards, 100 pumas." (P. 30, col. 3.)

"The loose thinking which characterizes the American people." (P. 24, col.

3.)

"A perfumed and bawdy farce." (P. 13, col. 1.)

A little red bud in France. (P. 10, col. 1.)

Dairy and poultry products lagging. (P. 2, col. 1.)

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