View with Alarm: Jul. 14, 1924

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

"Cultured" pictures, "frank statements," "plain advice." (P. 24.)

A question that baffled the most astute of foreign correspondents. (P. 13.)

A depressed genius on a tiny farm. (P. 18.)

Smells of whale-oil, rope, duck, slaughterhouses and rum made from molasses. (P. 16.)

Frog-in-the-well advancement. (P. 5.)

A man who eavesdropped at the door of a woman's SOUL. (P. 25.)

Old Glory cut from the halyards with a razor, crumpled up, insulted. (P. 13.)

A squabble that became bitter and ended in a challenge. (P. 10.)...

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