View with Alarm: Oct. 13, 1924

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

Pink pills of platitude. (P. 13.) Heavy Huxley. (P. 14.)

A warrier, armed and tense, snarling. (P. 16.)

An influx of female Ma-politicians. (P. 5.)

A smokey, gas-filled hell. (P. 10.)

Lovelorn lads and lassies of all ages. (P. 30.)

The terrible hand of Emir Faisal Ibn Abdul-Aziz Ibn Saud. (P. 10.)

A rollicking Prince of Wales. (P. 30.)

Several angry Laborites, shaking their fists. (P. 8.)

The first broken neck. (P. 28.)

A bold-faced "plutogog" who employs ungentlemanly language. (P. 3.)

A penchant for catching...

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