View with Alarm: Mar. 31, 1923

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

Sir Basil Zaharoff—again the shadow of his name crosses the news. (See Page 12.) Coal Profiteers (even though William Randolph Hearst is their most active foe.) (P. 3.)

A tiger hunter who is divorced on grounds of desertion and cruelty. (P. 27.)

Indications that the recurrence of universal war after 1928 will not surprise the British War Office. (P. 26.)

What Miss Abigail Harding may have expected to find in Greenwich Village. (P. 26.)

The resignation of a pacifist from the...

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