View with Alarm: May 19, 1924

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

Judge Kniazev. He slew his stenographer.

"Rough country ladies."

A "big, long drink of water."

"The blackest page in our history as a nation."

2,000 rabid monarchy men goose-stepping into Halle.

"One vast monument of sham and humbug."

An exotic romancer who caused French eyebrows to lift.

British bibulophile vs. British Bryan.

"Enough germs to kill a million mice."

Diseased jack rabbits.

A public "wet and shivering, cold and snuffling."

All the ingredients of a seething, insoluble, good French row.

Quentin Romero, his face...

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