View with Alarm: Oct. 18, 1926

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

Seal herds gobbling too many fish. (P. 30.)

Cannibalism in a British rooming house. (P. 19.)

A British premier drowsing in France at 10 a. m. (P. 28.)

A Klansman hissing through disinfected bars. (P. 10.)

A wink behind an iron monocle. (P. 14.)

Frogskins and India ink. (P. 27.)

Foul play on a royal barge. (P. 16.)

Flies on a black, dangling Thing. (P. 10.)


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