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conclave and Monsignor Scapinelll
de Leguigno, papal nunzio of Vienna.
It was the latter who was sent to
Vienna by the late Pope Pius bearing
a personal letter from the pontiff to
Emperor Francis Joseph, begging
that the aged monarch of Austria
For ten days Francis Joseph delay
ed receiving the pope's messenger. '
In the meantime war was declared
and Europe was plunged into the
conflict which broke the pope's heart
and hastened his death.
LETTER WAS STRONGER THAN
HIS DESIRE FOR THE MONEY
Penitent for his betrayal of a new
found friend, a boy who called him
self "Harry Cottrell" came to the po
lice asking prison for his crime..
He told them that when he met
Chas. Fritsch on the lake front
Fritsch told him he expected money
from his wife in Baltimore. Harry
hurried, to the postoffice early next
morning and, asking for mail for
Chas. Fritsch, got an envelope with
a $2 bill in it.
With the money was a letter, writ
ten by the wife telling him how hard
she had struggled to save the sum
that he might use it to start homo
to her and the baby. The letter hit
Harry wrong and now he asks that
he be sent to prison for bis deed.
"Watch the market reports and
compare them with your butcher and
grocer's prices," is the advice given
Chicago housewives by Mrs. Julian
Health, president of the National
Housewives' League of New York.
"Don't buy meats or groceries that
you know your dealer is charging
you exorbitantly for. and you will find
the market prices dropping rapidly,"
Mrs. Heath believes that most of
the price is tacked on, between the
producer and the consumer and that
co-operation between the two would
do much to keep prices down.
The Day Book isn't issuing a ticket
telling readers how to vote.
Our advice to all voters is to use
your own judgment, own yourself
and yote as YOU darned please.
One trouble with Chftcago is that
the newspapers have been telling
their readers how to vote.
Well, the local war is all over but
the voting and the shouting.
And no matter what happens to
morrow the world will keep on doing
its daily stunt around the sun.
As usual many a good fellow will
look himself over the day after and
pick out the spot where he got the
The Anti-Saloon League endorsed
no legislative candidates except Re
publicans and Progressives.
The Guardians of Liberty, out of
104 candidates, endorsed one Social
ist for senator, two for representa
tive and one for ward committeeman.
They endorsed one Democrat for sen
ator, one for assessor and one for
The Trib and News have both pick
ed Sullivan for endorsement as the
Democratic nominee for senator.
With Sullivan and Sherman run
ning against each other, Big Biz has
nothing to fear fexcept Raymond
Simon O'Donnell and Andy Law
rence are working together for Judge
Owens as hard as they did for that
trades union edition of the Examiner.
POPE BENEDICT CREATES TWO
By Henry Wood.
United Press Staff Correspondent.
Rome, Sept. 8. Two new card
inals were created by Pope Benedict
XV today and the red hat bestowed
on six foreign cardinals previously
created by His Holiness Pope Pius X.
The names of the new cardinals
were reserved in pectore by the pope,
but they are known to be Monsignor
BoggianL secretary of the recent