View with Alarm: Mar. 10, 1923

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

The lack of Senatorial enthusiasm for the World Court. (See page 1.)

The world's apparent indifference to the miserable plight of Frau Cosima Wagner. (P. 13.)

H. L. Mencken—if he should be elected to the Rotary Club of Baltimore. (P. 22.)

The legacy of eight investigations left to the 68th Congress by the recently departed 67th. (P. 2.)

A sausage strike in Germany and the attendant " Worse and Wurst" puns. (P. 9.)

The proposal to forbid the teaching of French in...

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