Foreign News: Rankling Abuse

A knot of rustic, humble hillmen edged timidly, last week, through the massive gate of that onetime palace in which now resides M. Gaston Doumergue, the pink-complexioned, affable, astute bachelor President of France.

The humble hillmen were Andorrans with a grievance. Andorra is a tiny, ancient principality between France and Spain of which the two "Suzerains and Princes" are the Bishop of Urgel, (Spain) and the President of France. Although M. le President must often carelessly forget that he is a "Suzerain," it was as Prince of Andorra and successor to the authority...

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