View with Alarm: Feb. 25, 1924

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

"General debility, weakened heart action, bronchial tuberculosis and . . . gastric ulcer."

"Hatchets, scythes, guns, cudgels, etc."

Prisoners who leave jail "more angry than when they entered."

"Such a high rate"—Nippon's National shame.

A "Chinese Christian Soldier" who helped knock down and beat one of the police.

"A perky, jerky girl."

The blasphemy of bad Bishop Brown.

Citizens who go to see Wilhelm Tell accompanied by sandwiches, cheese, sausages.

$146,500, $145,500, $90,000, variously reported.

The only true American musical...

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