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POPE'S CONDITION REPORTED IMPROVED
Pope Pius X.
Rome, April. 10. Pope Pius rallied
considerably this afternobn and
talked -with Cardinal Merry del Val.
He said he was determined to recover
and would be well in time to person
ally, celebrate Pentecostal mass in St.
Peter's May 11 in honor of Constan
tine year. 1
Rome, April 10. The condition of
Pope Pius was apparently unchanged
today after a restless night, though
his fever has disappeared and his
temperature is normal.
. Prof. Marchiafava, chief of. "the
suffering from nothing more -serious
than influenza, but his refusal to fol
low their advice has caused his slow
ThePopeMs so weakened that the
doctors today forbade his sisters to
talk to him. He has not slept nor
mally for 48 hours and his insomnia
alarms the' doctors almost as much as
his weak heart action.
Mr. Kuerta and Felix Diaz are reg
ularly "notifying the reporters that
they love each other. If we had to
be living in Mexico City, we would
surely- rent a shell-proof cellar right
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