View with Alarm: Apr. 7, 1924

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

Ahmad mourning the more. (P. 11.)

Captain von Zolter "already too stout." (P. 13.)

A paunchy Prime Minister. (P. 12.)

A pugilist; age, 21, sex, female; looking for a fight. (P. 24.)

A Prince mobbed by villagers and by them bruised. (P. 31.)

Barbers, drug clerks, hairdressers—they have no secret insight. (P. 19.)

The first would-be divorcée to have a country shot from under her. (P. 11.)

A crazed and riderless horse. (P. 7.)

Eight of his 98 pounds lost in prison. (P. 9.)

An absurd American custom. (P....

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