View with Alarm: Oct. 20, 1924

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

A bugle call blown upon a proboscis. (P. 20.)

A Presidential statement that was inexact. (P. 1.)

A companion to a king's debauch. (P. 9.)

Zinoviev—"a talentless individual"; Stalin—"a silly sort of person." (P. 10.)

An audience tittering, chuckling. (P. 16.)

The kind of place American tourists go to in large numbers. (P. 9.)

"The tinniest little teapot that was ever introduced into political life." (P. 7.)

An obvious example of equivocal headlining. (P. 22.)

A Colossus with feet of clay. (P. 10.)

Despatches that passed comprehension. (P. 11.)

The most expensive private litigation ever known. (P....

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