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FOR U.S. LIKELY
IN NUR FUTURE
Consistory Said to B? Noar to
Pick Ton Candidate* for
Br WKWfBI K. NOLAN.
hti?tli?l Nrn Bm Mm.
Creation of two new American car
dinal* la expected to be one of the
first eccleaiaatlcal acta of Pope Pins
XI, the new Roman Catholic pontiff.
In hierarchical circlea here today the
expectation was freely expressed that
?p early oonaiatory of the sacred col
let* would be called at Rome for the
purpose of naming at least ten candi
date* for the red hat.
Ranks of cardinals have become
greatly thinned, due to the failure of
the late Pope Benedict to call a sa
cred consistory since nearly a year
ago and because of the deaths of sev
eral, notably thoee of Cardinal Fer
rari, of Milan; Cardinal Santos, of
Seville; Cardinal Marini, and Car
dinal Olbbons, of Baltimore.
Among the prelates In the United
States whose names have been re
peatedly in the forefront as candi
dates for the cardlnalate, it was
?aid,, are the Most Rev. Archbishop
John Joseph Olennon, of St. Louis,
Mo.; the Moat Rev. Archbishop Ed
ward J. Hanna, of San Francisco
and metropolitan of the Pacific
coast, and the Most Rev. Patrick J.
Hayes, of New York city. The
names of Archbishop George W.
Mundeleln, of Chicago, and of Arch
bishop Michael J. Curley, of Balti
more, though recurring frequently
In circles familiar with the plans
and workings of the Catholic church
In America, are not considered
likely candidates at this time.
Arohblshop Olennoa, of St. Loute,
Is outranked in point of seniority by
Archbisph Sebastian O. Messmer, of
Milwaukee, Wis., who was conse
crated In 1892, while Archblabop
Olennon was consecrated in 1896.
Ranking after Archbishop Glennon
is Archbishop Alexander Christie, of
Portland, Ore. The senior bishop In
the United States Is the Rt. Rev.
M. F. Burke, of St. Joseph, Mo,
who wae consecrated in 1886.
1 This is One of the Dis
- eases of the Stom
ach Which Today is
Causing Untold Suf
fering, Says the Ton
Medical statistics prove that 70
per cent of Stomach trouble and
irregularity of the Bowels is due to
this disease; Chronic Gastritis is
secondary to primary diseases else
where, especially of the heart.
Gastric Juice Is imperfect and fer
mentation sets In. and the natural
consequence Is loss of appetite and
?ven disgust for food; unpleasant
taste, a coated tongue, foul breath,
vomiting of undigested food mixed
with great amount of acid; Head
ache, depression of spirits. Vertigo,
disturbed sleep, and palpitation of
the heart. Chronic Catarrhal Gas
tritis Is often diagnosed as indi
gestion and treated as such, much
to the discomfort of the patient.
Tonall aids digestion and increases
the gastric Juice.
Tonall is sold at all of Peoples ]
Drug Stores. The Tonall represen
tative Is explaining the merits of ]
Tonall to people daily at Peoples
Drug Store, 7th and K sts. N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
Famous Old Recipe
for Cough Syrup
FmIIt and rh^ftplr made at
but it hwU them all for
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money usually spent for cough prep
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passage of the-throat and lungs?loos
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but surely the annoving throat tickle
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LAnd Burns - (JSO
Milan Recalls Pius XI
As Champion of Labor
And Beloved by Poor
By JOHN BOLL HILL.
A few years ago one might have seen walking in
the streets of Milan, the capital of northern Italy and
the greatest industrial center in all Italy, a very retiring
priest. One would mark him at once as a scholar, and one
would not be mistaken about this either. ,
M,?.# yinwv ?M UIO WIU1WOW V?
Milan knew Father Ratti to be the
moat erudite ecclealastlc of the 100
prleots whp' minister to the people
there. And the poor knew him to be
their beet friend. And the laboring
classes called him* their etouteet
champion. But with all this. Father
Rattl remained the same quiet, un
assuming cleric, and no amount of
popularity could change him to be
Considerable speculation existed
In the world of Rome at the death of
Father Ehrle, prefect of the Vatican
library, for the appointment la of no
?mall Importance. But the late pre
fect's remains were not In the grave
until the voice of the scholars of
Italy expressed the opinion that his
lawful successor ought to be that
modest priest In Milan of whose
erudition the country felt Justly
proud. A day or two later saw a
wire leave the Vatican calling
Father Rattl from the northern capi
tal to take charge of the Vatican
library and to expend on the duties
connected with it his vast learning.
Just a word as to his famous col
lection, famous not because of
quantity (It is small In comparison
with some of our modern libraries),
but because of quality. It was
started by Pope Nicholas V (1147
1455) with 9,000 manuscripts. It now
contains over 2,600 Latin, Ore*1*
Oriental manuscripts, and about
100,000 volumes, some of them ex
tremely rare. Chief among lta treas
ures are a copy of Virgil c? 'tha fifth
century, the celebrated Codex Vatl
can us, a manuscript of the "rwK
Testament of the fifth century; a
copy of a Terence of the fourth cen
tury; manuscripts written by the
hand of Petrarch, and of StTbomas
Aquinas, the glory of the
Order; and many others beautifully
englishmen view there with do
small degree of Interest the origi
nal manuscript of the book written
by King Henry the Eighth, entitled
"Defenslo Fidel." In defense of the
Seven Sacraments and against the
teachings of the Reformation on
the continent. Henry
less to say. was then a
As a reward for his ?
received from the Pope the title of
? Defensor Fidel"?"Defender of the
Faith." which title the sovereigns
of England. curiously enough,
keep on coins current lnth? realm
to thU day. with a good deal of
curiosity you look through the
352Tat the bold, sprawling signa
ture "Henricus Rait"?''Henry ^the
Kin*" which this bluff monarch
wrote on the parchment some four
Sent to Poland.
Toward the end of the world war
war Pope Benedict XV cast around
him for a man of tact and ??uJ*d
Judgment to go to Poland and In
vestigate the oowlltlon of the dlo
ceee of that Catholic land. The
nvatery with which the Czars had
persecuted the brave Poje? b?cause
of their stand on religious and
D&trlotlc grounds since the last
dismemberment of Po^d between
n_i-- ,-L.n-ir Russia and Austria haa
reduced the organisation of the dio
cese almost to a state of c^sos.
Mgr. Rattl was at once consecrated
an archbishop and dispatched by
the Pope on a misskrn dear to his
heart Soon dioceses were reor
ganlzed. Bishops were aPP0'"1*^
Deferences were ^^Vhe^nergy
a few months, thanka to th?
and tact, much of the Czars wora
of brutality was undone.
From city to city he traveled,
nrogress through Poland became a
?r?umphal march. The Poles turned |
out in tens of thousands toweleom^
the Pope's delegate, for Rome had
never Agnized the ^.mem^rment
of Poland, and, If I do not misltak .
the Roman court was the only one
on earth that solemnly protested
against the high-handed action of
Russia. 0?rmany and Aus^ i^pn?
cellng out the land of this warlike na
tion among themselves Just aaban
Alts divide the swag aftsr a success
Nuncio to Poland.
As soon as Poland proclaimed her
self a republic at the end of the
world war the Holy See recognized
ntotus and sealed this recognt
tlon by Immediately appo'ntlng a
rvanal nuncio to the newly formed
government. Who wa* better able
W discharge the duties than the dele
K^'t meChhb^?tell^no of those little
stones toat wlU live in Polish his
t0On February 3 every year the
heads In Rome of all the colleges,
Pop*. It la on? ot the B,,hW
oKrners this picturesque ceremony.
The corps of foreign and
their ladles are pr^nt. and so^re
as many foreigners as can *
ticket of invitation. And yet tne
whole thing Is very ?'mPle.
The representative of every col
leee eto.. advances to the foot oi
the Papal throne and. t"
the Pope's ring, presents him witn
the candle, receives his blessing, *n<l
retires. One day In the r?1*"
Plus IX. the rector of
College (the students of which In
stltutton had to live In Rome under
assumed names In order to th">w
the Czar's spies off their track) was
In the act ot presenting his candle
to this Pope. Something struck
Plus IX and ho handed the taper
hack to the Polish priest. Bring
that back and keep It till the day
dawns for Poland's freedom. D?t
then be? carried to Poland.
Forty-five years had to pass Be
fore the day came to send It to Po
land. When Benedict XV created
cardinals at the consistory of De
cember IB. 1919. Alexandar Ka-1
knwskl, archbishop of Warsaw, and
Kdmund Dalbor. archbishop of
poRen-Ouesen, the rector of the
Polish College, conveyed to the Vati
can the candle. Benedict XV re
called the words of Plus IX and
formally consigned the historic
symbol of Poland's resurrection to
her place among the trep nations of J;
the earth to the two new cardinals.
A week later all Warsaw turned out
to welcome their cardinal and the
little gift he bore. No man In Poland
waa more worthy to bear that his
toric object than waa Cardinal Ka
kowski, that powerfully-built man
whom Benedict XV had raised to
the dignity of the Roman purple not
only because he waa a great ecclesi
astic but because he was a great
patriot. Since the date of. his
ordination as priest In 1187 till 1919.
when the Republic of Poland was
established, Alexander Kokowskl
had strenuously fought for the lib
erty of his country.
Archbishop of Milan.
On the death of Cardinal Ferrari
in 1931, the archbishopric of Milan
fell vacant and, as this is the most
Important diocese in Italy after
Rome, many names were suggested
for the succession. "The priests and
people of Milan are praying that the
choice may fall on Mgr. Rattl, nun
cio in Poland," said a well-known
cleric in Rome during the interreg
num. A couple of weeks later Ben
edict XV signed the bulls appoint
ing the choice of ttw people as their
chief pastor. Another instance of
Vox poptll vox Del.
A few weeks later saw a message
delivered to the newly appointed
archbishop -of Milan telling him to
come down to Rome to be created
a cardinal. And now. after six
months or so as a cardinal he has
become Plus XI.
The Name of Pins.
Why did Cardinal Rattl inform
the conclave on his election that he
intended assuming the name of Pius?
We may well suppose It was due to
his veneration for Plus X. But Car
dinal Sarto, Patriarch of Venice, did
not first think of assuming the
name of Plus; he had some thoughts
of calling himself Benedict XV when
the conclave of 1903 asked him what
name he wished to take, because,
Benedict XI (who reigned only one
year, 1. e. 1303-1304) had been, like
himself, a native of Trevlso.
However, the name of Plus re
called to him dearer memories.
There was Plus I, a native of Aqul
leja. the first seat of the Patriarch
ate of Venice. Then came Plus II,
the famous Aeneas Sllvlus (who. by
the way, was the eldest son of
eighteen children), who, after years
passed in organizing a crusade
against the Turks, put himself at the
head of the Christian army and died
at Ancona when on the point of em
barking for the East. Pius IV came
from Milan. Plus V came to Venice
to consign the. sword to the Doge
prior to the lstter'a apttlng out for
Leifento. Plus VI wan taken pris
oner by Napoleon and died on his
hands. Plus VII was elected Pope
at Venice. And finally, Pius IX, \
who reigned longer than any other
Pope since the days of St. Peter, '
Prince of the Apostles, and . who 1
opened to young Joseph Sarto the '
door to the priesthood by giving him '
a dispensation to be ordained sooner 1
than Canon Law allows. j
The Policy of Phis XI.
The cables tell us that Plus XI
will follow the p81icy of the late
Pontiff. In this ease we shall prob- ?
ably see in reality that picture pub- i
llshed in one of the magazines some i
fifteen years ago, namely, the Pope
and King Victor Emmanuel III
driving In an open carriage through
the streets of Rome, the former
sitting on the right with his hand
lifted to bless an acclaiming people.
Did Benedict XV live the Roman
question would, it is believed, be
settled before long.. The Italian gov
ernment wished for a reconciliation
and so did the Holy See. and both,
we may feel positive, would brook no
interference on the part of outsiders
Reclassification Moasure Will
Be Held Up Several
Consideration of the new Sterling
Lehlbach reclassification Wll by the
Senate Appropriations Committee
probably will bp delayed for several
months, it was learned today.
The Appropriations Committee
soon will be engaged in redrafting
the major supply bills M they come
from the House, aYid this work will
absorb its attention until the early
spring. It Is estimated. The Appro
priations Committee has Jurisdiction
over the' salaries features of the re.
classification bill, under the agree
ment reached In the Senate some
The general opinion in the Senate
is that the Appropriations Commit
tee will aim to block consideration
of the Sterling-Lehlbach bill in the
Senate at the present session. Sup
porters of the bill, however, declare
they will wage a vigorous fight on
the committee should It attempt to
In the Independent officers ap
propriation bill, reported to the Sen
ate from the committee yesterday,
the Item of 125,000 for the prepara
tion of a suitable design for the
proposed memorial bridge across the
Potomac to Arlington Is restored.
The appropriation for employes of
Uv Civil Service Commission was in
creased from ?5$,780, as allowed by
the House, to 1100,000 a year. The
salary of the members of the Com
mission was Increased from $6,000
to $8,000 a year. Another amend
ment provides for the purchase of
ground by the Oovernment on which
a number of temporary war build
ings have been constructed. The
sum of $1,500,000 Is appropriated for
desirous of continuance of the status
quo once real negotiations com
One of the first official acts of
Pius XI will be to appoint a secre
tary of state. From his choice we
shall be better able to Judge as to
his policy, for the post of papal secre
tary of state corresponds exactly
with that known In Italy, England,
France, etc., as prime minister. The
?ecretary of state Koes out of office
as soon as his chief, the Pope. dies.
It will not be at all surprising if
Pius XI Invites Cardinal Gasparrl
to take up once more the heavy office
which he filled so well under Bene
Reconciliation all around was the
motto In the late pontificate; Pope
Benedict made It effective In va
rious countries as far as the govern
ments went. He did not live to see
bis dream of reuniting the East
?nd the West under the papal flag.
Will the pontificate Just opening
put this on tiro agenda paper? We
may w?N feel sure Plus XI will
carry out the late Pope's plans for
reconciling the Schismatic churches
ot the East with Rome as far as
he can. Benedict XV recalled the
day when ttw Pope s galley rode
an the Bosphorous, and, with a
view to bring hack that day, he
established a few years ago the
Sacred Congregation for Oriental
Affairs in Rome and retained to
himself the prefectshlp of this
American Cardinals In Conclave.
Will the Vatican arrange the
opening of future conclaves so that
cardinals from the United ? States
?nd Canada may arrive in time to
take part In the elections? This
course will scarcely be needed. Avi
ation will have made such progress
by the time Plus XI has to yleM
the keys that the Journey from
America to Rome will, we may
take for granted, b^ a question of
a couple of days. Cardinal O'Con
nell has been particularly unlucky
In arriving, one may say, on the
very threshold of the conclave hall
only to hear the result of the elec
tion on two occasions.
No Matter How Fastidious,
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I ?either in CHOCOLATE?
| because it is dainty in flavor and
1 texture?and assuredly made of
I the purest ingredients.
"Three stories" of lusciousness?
| attractively iced.
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ENJOYING ALL OF THE PRIVILEGES OF BEING
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Armour Pits, pkg. 11c
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P. & G. SOAP, Bar
? ? ?
Big Box of Matches, 5c; 6 for 25c
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Have one boiled or
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one ask for more.
means Quality, Purity
Purs and whole
some. All meat and no
wasts. Glvs it to the
Kiddiss for lunch or
serve it for supper.
"The Prize Bread Flour
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It takes up our time
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one asks for it.
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