View with Alarm: Feb. 9, 1925

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

Amusement houses of one kind or another. (Page 30, column 3.)

An odd and preposterous blend of Anna Christie and Elsie Dinsmore. (P. 15, col. 2.)

A dagger pointing within a few centimetres of a heart. (P. 9, col. 3.)

An extraordinary old woman, usually drunk. (P. 14, col. 1.)

"Laughing Wilhelm in his park at Doorn." (P. 10, col. 2.)

A dull and dirty entertainment, a laborious and offensive disaster. (P. 16, col. 1.)

A bat who sided with quadrupeds, with birds. (P. 3,...

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