View with Alarm: Nov. 3, 1924

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

"A damned outrageous invasion of what are known as individual rights." (Page 5, column 1.)

"Any man who paints his face and blackens his eyebrows." (P. 17, cols. 2 & 3.)

Notorious difficulties of speech and leisurely mental processes. (P. 4, col. 2.)

The pinheads on the political committees. (P. 2, col. 1.)

A ponderous and uneventful evening. (P. 15, col. 3.)

"The most degraded of all trades." (P. 13, col. 2.)


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