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View with Alarm: Apr. 13, 1925

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

Lethal lettuce munched by two. (P. 12, col. 1.)

The stained teeth and loose lips of Mammon. (P. 12, col. 3.)

A faithful fowl tiring beneath the April moon. (P. 22, col. 3.)

Emaciated cattle, gorging before the deluge. (P. 20, col. 2.)

A minister, very sorry and totally misinformed. (P. 6, col. 2.)

Fried eggs on canvas. (P. 11, col. 3.) Monday−suicide day. (P. 8, col. 1.)

A slice of French life spread with American butter. (P. 14, col. 1.)

A man-eating shark and a shark-stuffing octopus. (P. 27, col. 1.)

An empty-bellied, once imperial, bear (P. 8, col. 2.)

A Holy Apostolic Catholic Church−born and buried in Lent. (P. 16, col. 2.)

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