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HAVE IN OUR MIDST--" THE GUARDIAN torial commitee on foreign relations !PARODIES OF SACRED THEMES Pmlt 21tsm i I ~ite a Few. :--the able but erratic Senator Borah of Utah. No one questions his abil- from page 2.) [ity but his judgment in the present What, you never crisis leaves much to be desired. Ha! Ha! Well, lots He wants a committee to investi- either, know anything gate Mexico and Nicaragua. What But you'll learn authority would an American commit- too, in time. And, ~be- tee have to summon Mexican wit-- always announces nesses or Nicaraguans? And of what too, so you'll value would the investigation be if Come--and you can such witnesses did not testify? The Though I never very appointment of such a commit- Y being so heavy'tee would serve notice on Mexico and u,u k:yw . . . The NaCtaera~:;artthma:n:e:: cnr~di[rthte o:r to the state? . . Iformation furnished by our consular w, that's another -ues'!service The only effect of such a to bother many non: conelu;ion would be to inform our really amusing, some- I enemies abroad that they have friends they seem to have of in our Congres. the question of di-! Not satisfied with the suggestion things. We had of a committee, Senator Borah goes on divorce at our rover the head of our president and SUnday---referring'our state department by sending a ~ erbilt affair, telegram direct to President Calles, I really didn't asking for information on the oil laws. wa~ late to Mass, and Calles, contrary to all diplomatic us- Pein the rear of the age and courtesy, replied directly to re's always such a'Borah, ignoring our department of rauch all noise But back,there, it you II like'statefrom UtahaS completelYhad done. as the Senator Say, I'll tell~ Borah's action tells us that he can- Some evening I'll not believe President Coolidge or Sec- on Father Darcy,'retary Kellogg, but will believe the You. He can answer Oh, its plighted word to our representa- ~:~'re'" Calles whose governn~ent has broken 4* no; Intruding at all. rives that deeds prior to 1917 would You. Great friend of not be molested. We might adduce a Boys in ~chool sort of thing. :t, he has made '. . . Save me here? . . . ~n.. I'm so glad I cOUld have this nice i And I'm certain-! r tere ~ted in learn- ~lon. As I said, ' And if only more the Church would to inquire into the there wouldn't be : opposition con- SIBLE BORAH. that our national ed seri- actions of axes (possibly and this our foreign pol- td, especially gua, are courage from d of our sena. few dozen other instances where the veracity of Calles is open to serious question, but Borah appears to be- lieve that lies told to and abou~ the Catholic Church are a purely domestic question ! Borah's affront to our president and his secretary of state would be serious in any circumstance but when its obvious implication is that Calles can be believed wherever Coolidge and Kellogg cannot, the affront makes us wonder if Mr, Borah is striving to discredit a possible rival for a presi- dential nomination.--Catholic Mirror, Springfield, Mass. There is so much wrtechedness in l the world that we may safely take the word of any mortal professing to need our assistance; and even should we be deceived, still the good to out- selves resulting from a kind act is worth more than the trifle by which we purchase it. It appears that for the first time in ten years a General Synod will be held at Maynooth this year. , BY FRENCH ARTISTS PROTESTED (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Paris, March 8.--Two or three paintings, hung in the Salon des In- dependants, have caused the protests of the Catholic press. They show re- ligious scenes treated in the manner of indecent parody. One foreign painter, for example, represented the Blessed Virgin giving the Infant Jesus a whipping. The Salon des Independants com- prises nearly 4,000 pictures hung in the Grand Patais des Champs Elysees. Its distinguishing feature is that there is no jury of admission. 'Twould Require Tact.--Simmons had returned from his vacation. "I certainly enjoyed the husking- bee," he said to a friend. "Were you ever in the country during the season of .the husking-bees?" "Husking-bees!" exclaimed the girl "why, I never heard of that! How do you husk a bee, anyway, Mr. Sim- mons?" REFUSES $60,000 BEQUEST Pittsburgh, March 26.--Said to feel that the trust created for him under the will of his father, Michael J. Feeney, former prominent busi- ness man, was a reflection on him, his son, William Flinn Feeney has declined to accept the legacy pro- vided for him and has filed a renun- ciation in the Orphans' Court. As a result, he will refuse to ac- cept the income on approximately $60,000 during the remainder of his life. This money will go into t~e residuary estate and will be dis- tributed among six other children. There is an optimistic view of life that helps us to joy. The world is not forever to lie under shadows "Look- ing on the bright side" is a fine philo- sophy we all have a right to adopt. It is the only sane view of life. The ground for all true optimism is the prophetic vision of the Master, who saw satan fall as lightning from heaven, and the powers that reache, him in his high place of wickedness were the faithful seventy who went forth to declare a better day through the redemptive quality of holiness. Truth will destroy sin and all wrongs will be righted This ' is the heart of optimism. The sun never sets, but is forever rising.-~ Rev. B. A. Abbot. I UROPEAN PLAN ONLY EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY \ b t and EASTMAN HOTELS HOT SPRINGS \ " i NATIONAL PARK, ARKANSAS O. F. GAINES, President W. E. CHESTER, Vice,Pr Sident and General' Manager { t L, I ! ii "Arkansas" Greatest Bakery" \ "Arkansas" Greatest Bakery" {I "Baked in Little Rock" I ~,,m~. om., o t,4m~o o ram* As Delicious and Wholesome as { Increasing in Popularity Every Day and Rightly Sol COLONIAL BREAD AND CAKES have won popular favor in Little Rock and surrouncling territory. 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