View with Alarm: Sep. 1, 1924


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

Snickers and guffaws on the part of a learned audience.

Fiery John Spargo.

A flock of unclean birds.

A white-trash father who drank himself to death.

Certain cinemalicious adjectives reserved for scions.

Princes—"Never can they hope to hear the truth in such matters."

A report pregnant with gloom.

A keen-minded Democrank.

The questions of Mr. Pattangall— "the familiar trick questions of the ordinary politician."

A gigantic, morose, hirsute inmate.

Max Marston. Confused, he topped drives.

"Dirty liar!" applied to a U. S. Senator.


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