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THE GUARDIAN Sixty-one ATTITUDES '! REGARDING BIBLE FUNDAMENTALS Principle of Protestantism Ftm- and Irreconcilably Op- [ to Basic Principle of Catho- Fairly and Honest- (Catholic Record-Toronto) Roman Catholic standards, differed in toto from the of every Protestant De- does j. George Hodgins quote saying in an address be- Synod of Toronto non-Catholic need not be much less in agreement to recognize an out- fact. The basic principle of is fundamentally and ly opposed to the basic Catholicism. And this is Scripture where, it might we on common at least that them who still hold to the belief--believe that are the inspired Word too, believe that Word of God; to deny is to cease to be a here our agreement Principle principle of Prot- the Bible privately the sole rule of faith, e in morals. In virtue of Protestantism rejects the authority to teach in Jesus Christ solemnly His Apostles and their the end of time. The di- of that Church which on Peter and the other hold to be clearly, unmistakably taught in Protestants deny it for the divinely corn- the written Word. very ground that we in common we stand oncilably opposed. $ ple principle is the prin- the Protestant princi- of endless sectarian they all may be in Me and I in also may be one in may believe that That unity for Prayed is realized in the The rejection of Plan of unity instea( World believing and foot of the Cross, has all faith in Re- to regard Christ not of God made man but merely as one of mankind, and Bible, as one of the ty, and Protestants read the Bible. But canon accepted by not acceptable to must be ap- ecclesiastical au- Canon contains seven in the Au- Version as now aCCept the Protestant be to surren- principle. of the Catholic Y conferred, and it that the Church Bible, and its read the Bi- to the teach- Church. ow the universal to all written read the law of the they should do civil law, pri- were their sole and duties of eiti- not great- anarchy. of mankind re- volts from such a principle; it sets up courts and officers for the definite in- terpretation and enforcement of the civil law. Consonant With Right Reason So in matters religious we Catho- lics find it eminently in consonance with right reason to have an external authority in the Church to correct the vagaries of private judgment. Fur- thermore we could not reconcile with the divine wisdom and omniscience of Jesus Christ his failure to establish just such necessary authority in "I-Iis Church. It will be clear from the foregoing considerations that "instruction i morals and good citizenship drawn from carefully selected Scripture pas- sages" can not be made by Protestant clergymen from the Protestant ver- sion and canon of the Bible and be at the same time acceptable to Catholics. We have the greatest sympathy with the object our Protestant friends have in view; but let us face the question squarely, and honestly admit its implications. They are important and far-reach- ing. THERE IS A DIFFERENCE When 'Ma is Sick When Ma is sick, she pegs away; She's quiet, though, not much to say She goes right on a-doin' things, An' sometimes laughs, or even sings, She says she don't feel extra well, But then it's just a kind o' spell. She'll be all right t9morrow, sure, A good old sleep will be the cure, An' Pa he sniffs an' makes no kick, An' Ma, she smiles, let's on she's glad, When Ma is sick it ain't so bad. When Pa is Sick When Pa is sick he's scared to death An' Ma an' us just holds our breath; He crawls in bed an' puffs and grunts And does all kinds of crazy stunts. He wants "Doc" Brown, an' mighty quick. For when Pa' ill he's awful sick. He grasps an' groans, an' sort o' sighs, He talks so queer, an' rolls his eyes. Ma jumps an' runs, an' all of us, An' all the house is in a fuss. An' peace an' joy is mighty skeerce-- When Pa is sick it's something fierce. OH! YOU FISH! A motorist, stranded by the road- side, telephoner frantically for assist- ance. "I've turned turtle," he shouted. "Apply at the aquarium," came the answer. It is only the souls that do not IQve that go empty in this world. HUBERT Slil00 VETERINARIAN Texarkana, Texas t ill SAM MIHIZZO FANCY GROCERY STORE Texarkana, Arkansas ComplimentS MAjEs00C K000K COMPANY RS. p. W. MACKLEY, Manager Texarkana, Ark.-Tex. I JUST BEFORE CHRISTMAS The youngsters 'round where I live R busy now as BB They never steal the jam o' night; They never, never TT. They CC each opportunity To make themselves of UU. And they P most particular To mind their PP and QQ. TheirSunday-best behavior Would fill me with surprII If I (I blush to say it!) were Not quite so worldly YY. You'll recognize yourself, I'm sure That theirs is just a KK Of Santa Claus approaching and The Xmas holldAA. BE KIND If any word of mine has caused one tear From other eyes to flow; If I have caused one shadow to ap- pear On any face I know; If but Gne thoughtless word of mine has stung Some loving heart today; Or if a word I've left unsaid has wrung A single sigh; I pray Thou tender Heart of love forgive the sin. Help me to keep in mind That if at last I would Thy "Well done" kvin, In word as well as deed I must be kind. "A mile a minute is pretty good speed, but a smile a minute gets more action." IT DEPENDS "Aye," exclaimed Sandy, to his bor- ed London acquaintances, "Scotland's the finest place on earth!" "Then what made you leave it," ask- ed a disgusted voice, "since you like it so much?" Sandy chuckled. "Aweel, it was like this. In Scotland everybody was as clever as masel,' and I couldn't male muckle progress. But here" he chuckled again, "here I'm getting on vera weell" Ford and Woolworth merger is con- sidered premature.--Wall Street Journal. ii J. C. O'Dwyer, President b TEXARKANA, BLANK VERSE. Evidently some of the blank verse we used to read in school was so called as a slight tribute to the minds that wrote it. NEEDED HELP. "Dear," said the fond mother, "I must punish you for disobeying my orders." "Please, ma," said the little boy, "may I go to my room first?" "Yes," consented the parent, and she cautiously followed her first-born upstairs. There Robert was kneeling by his bed, and his mother heard him say: "Dear Lord, if You ever wanted to help a little fellow in trouble, now's .Your chance." The whipping was indefinitely post- poned. THE TELEPHONE'S MONOLOQUE I am a telephone. While 1 am not broke, I am in the hands of a receiver. I have a mouthpiece, but unlike wom- an, I never use it. Fellows use me to make dates with girls, and girls use me to break said dates. Husbands call up their wives over me, and wives call their husbands down over me. I nev- er get to call anywhere, but sometimes the company comes and takes me out. I am not a bee, but I'often buzz. I am the "Bell" of the town, and while I do not get jewelry, I often get rings. Exchage. @ For Your Health's Sake See DR. H. E. WOOSLEY Licensed Chiropractor 438-41 State National Bank Building TEXARKANA, ARK.-TEX. Office hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 5 Sundays by Appointment Phones: Office 2749; Residence 2012 Consultation Free i i Miss Nannie D. McCoy, Vice President R. J. O'Dwyer, Jr., Sec.-Treas. I O'DWYER'S FASHION SHOP Featuring Exclusive Styles ARKANSAS i m N THE SPIRIT OF FELLOWSHIP and good-will we are pleased to extend greetings of the season. May this Christmas be one of good cheer, and may happiness and pros- perity follow you all through the New Year. these are the sincere wishes of THE TEXARKANA NATIONAL BANK Texarkana, U. S. A. Compliments of Texarkana, Arkansas i THE EAST UNDERTAKING COMPANY FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND LICENSED EMBALMERS Telephone 468 218-220 Vine Street Texarkana, Ark.-Tex. m= _w REVERRA-FEWELL UNDERTAKING COMPANY Phones: Office 33; Residenc 417 Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers PROMPT AMBULANCE SERVICE 316 State Street TEXARKANA, TEXAS i RODGERS & RODGERS Attorneys at Lw Rollin W. 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