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POPE PIUS GIVES MESSAGE TO THE. LOW WAGE
WORKERS OF AMERICA, r .
Mary Boyle O'Rei.lly inthe. Mantilla and. Black Gown Which. AH -Women Are
Expected'to Wear When; They. Are Admitted to Audience With the Pope.
BY MARY BOYLE. O'REILLY "
Rome, Feb. 23. Pius" X, P. P., is
the people's pope. . . ,' ....
Bred to simple ' living! ,innured'-to
constant work, he; is essentially a
man of the people 'Living, in the
largest palace on earth, surrounded
by the stateliest.court, he is still. loyal
to his traditions. ' . -
In the first year' of. his . pontificate
it was relatively easy-to be received
by the Pope. But-since the H61y
Father's illness a .special audience is.
obtained only through Mend at the
Vatican Court. Such a' friend I had
m" Monsieur' Francisco ;Reggi, who
sent, the following inb.te:
MonsieurFrancesco Reggi, prefect
of Pontifical Ceremonies; begs His
Most' Reverend Excellency, Monsieur
Ranuzzi, to grant a'special pontifical
audience to the American lady. Miss
Mary Boyle O'Reilly: Profound re
spect, and vivid thanks.
'. ' Quirinale 45,
-Count Francesco Anatoraoro, Lieu
tenant of the .'P,ope!s. Noble Guard,
courteously brought-tlio-answer. Hi3