View with Alarm: Oct. 4, 1926

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

A Quadroon Ball, graceful, gay, bloody, riotous. (P. 19)

Microscopic organisms, each in a case of gold. (P. 21.)

Burning bank records in a shack. (P. H.)

Bebe Daniels beating Charlie Paddock to the tape. (P. 48.)

A husbandman who planted a vineyard, drank of the wine, and was drunken. (P. 20.)

Deep religious fervor in The Cotter's Saturday Night. (P. 10.)

A fat poor-rich man who said, "Thanks"; fell dead. (P. 44.)

Sharp-edged and uneven teeth. (P. 33.)

Christian prayers to Xochimileo. (P. 19.)...

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