View with Alarm: Jul. 21, 1924

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

An elderly woman nearby. (P. 10.)

Headache, vertigo, eye trouble, . . . a lethargy . . . coma. (P. 17.)

A hollow by some tennis courts where the sun was furnace-hot. (P. 24.)

Leap year and Ed. Guelph still a bachelor. (P. 23.)

Forty-five banks capitalized at only $5,000. (P. 22.)

Glad little girls who are glad it isn't two bees. (P. 14.)

A cry of "Foul!" which "rent the ear." (P. 13.)

Trickery, bribery and other forms of corruption. (P. 12.)

A diplomatic dilemma. (P. 12.)

Bolshevik Boy Scouts in skin-tight red bathing suits. (P....

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