National Affairs: Travelers

Without parading their identity, Major John A. Warner and his wife, Mrs. Emily Smith Warner of Albany, N. Y., joined a group of 500 other pilgrims at the Vatican, and knelt and kissed the hand of Pius XI. Mrs. Warner's father, in whose presidential chances the Vatican is reported to have no interest, was pleased to hear of his daughter's devoutness and, when urged to comment, gently turned the conversation aside, into travel. "Distance doesn't mean much to the younger generation," said Governor Smith. "Here am I, past fifty, and it was only...

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