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NOLAN STILL DIPLOMAT
Washington, Sept. 18. 'Harry
E. Nolan, of Chicago, can have
his? job t)f secretary of the Pan
ama legation if he" qualifies with
the state department
Nolan was arrested in New
York charged with the abduction
of 'Marion MacVicker, a Scotch
girl When the case came to
trial-it was -dismissed because
Miss MacVicker became 18 last
September 2, and therefore was
The state department says it
has taken no .notice, of . Nolan's
personal affairs, and is not inter
ested in therri.
New York, Sept, 18. Soon
after the abduction charge
against Harry E. Nolan was dis
missed, Detective Thompson, of
.Oyster Bay, blew into the Tombs
court with a Warrant charging
Nolan with forgery.
'Nolan had disappeared, and
Thompson finally returned to
Oyster Bay without serving the
The warrant was made out on
the sworn c6mplaint of an Oyster
Bay saloonkeeper that Nolan,
while accompanied by a young
woman answering the description
of Miss MacVicker, cashed
Worthless checks totalling $85.
''Calling at the home 6i a bride's
parents, a newspaper man ex
plained that he had come to ask
for some details of the wedding.
"Good gracious!" exclaimed the
mother, "they are all gone! You
ought to have come last night.
iThey ate, every crumb 1"
GETTING HOT IN IRELAND
Belfast; Sept. 18 -The men of
Ulster opened 'their anti-Home
Rule campaign at Enniskillen to
day. 15,000 Orangemen swore t
never to recognize an .Irish par
liament. , .j
There were several fights, but
no killings. The speeches were
fiery, expressing determination to
remain loyal to the empire even
if armed resistance to home rule
Seven more demonstrations
such as today's will be held with-
in the next ten days. The finish
will be here on Ulster Day, Sept.
28, when 5ti0,000 Orangemen will
sign a covenant to resist home
rule to the death.
The Ulster women's unionist
association is circulating pledges
among the women, to stand by,"
their anti-home rule fight The
north of Ireland women are sign-
ing the pledge by thousands. $
NEW AMERICAN CARDINAL' I
Rome, Septf 18. The Pope;
-frill soon fix the date 6f the No-'
vember consistory, at which five
new cardinals probably will be
It is almost certain that one of
the five will be an American. ;
Archbishops Ireland and Quigley
were the first prelates mentioned;
but many churchmen now believe
Rector Kennedy, of the American
College here, is more likely to be
elevated to the cardjnalate.
,. The consistory will also name
successors for the late Cardinals
Fishej-; of Cologne, Couille, of j
France, and Samaisa, of Austria.