View with Alarm: Aug. 25, 1924

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

The flea that bit the rat that had the germ. (P. 19.)

The Brisbane. It often floods its flats. (P. 30.)

A ghostly negroid smell. (P. 14.)

A father philandering with females. (P. 15.)

A nervous wreck who crawled into his bed. (P. 30.)

What the employes said. (P. 6.)

A Comptroller General half cocked. (P. 5.)

A baby-trafficking combine. (P. 9.)

A hysteria, dependent on distorted facts, grotesque imaginings. (P. 9.)

Typical go-getter statements. (P. 26.)

A naked man in the flabby paunchiness of inactive...

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