View with Alarm: Mar. 3, 1923

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

Any attempt on the part of Washington hostesses to exploit Senator Brookhart as a curiosity. (See p. 6.)

The light heavyweight championship of the world, an honor tarnished in transit. (P. 21.)

The attempt of a partly blind youth to make money by a partly blind pig. (P. 19.)

Waste minds who lose themselves on Waste Lands. (P. 12.)

Bolivia, Mexico, Peru, who will be absent for their own reasons from the Pan-American Conference. (P. 11.)

Taller Japanese to be evolved by...

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