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CARDINAL DELLA CH1ESA
Elected as the Successor of
Had Only Been a Member of the College
Since Last May and Will Take the
Name of Benedicte XV.
Homo, SojitomluT H. Cardinal Delia
Gliiesa lias boon elected Pope, in sue
roiiion to tint late Pins X. Tin) new
popo will assume t lie name of Hon
odii'te XV. Tho new Pontiff's full
name is Oiaeomo Delia Chiosa, and lit
is the aielihisliop of Hologna.
Who tho New Pope Is.
Cardinal Giaooino Holla Chio-a, wlio
was today eloeted Popo by tho Saered
college in succession to Pius X., who
died AiiKiwt -0, wan created a cardinal
.May .'."!, I1MI. lie is the archbishop of
P.olo;iM, Italy, lie was born at Popl
in the diocese of Cenes, November 111.
IS." 1 and was ordained a priest Decern
ber L'l, 1S7S. Ho served as secretary ol
tho Nunciature in Sp.iin from lSSH to
1SS7, in which year ho was appointed
secretary to the late Cardinal Hum
1 olla. lie was appointed substitute sec
ictaiy of State in l'.MM. and in 1!HI7 lie
was elected to the post of advisor to
the Holy Ollico. In 1!07 he was ap
pointed Papal Nuncio of .Madrid in siic
oission to Aljjr. Uinaldiiii, but this ap
pointment was cancelled thiee days
later. This incident had occurred just
befoio ho was made archbishop of Do
Jiijjna. When lMr. Delia Chiosa wa
hen this post it was declared in Koine
that it was mainly with the object ol
I'Oinlutiii,' modern ielij'iolis idea"
Bologna being the headquarters of tin
National Democratic league, whose
members ndxocatod what is Known a
'modernism" in religion. In January
1IUI, while still at Hologna, the pros
ont Pope issued a pastoral letter, strong
) condemning the tango. It is an in
teresting fact that the now Popo wa
archbishop of Bologna while Pope Benedicte-
XIV. was bom in Hologna.
On tho accession of Popo Pins X.,
Delia Ohiesa continued in the secrOtar
iat until December 10, 1!07, when Pius
X, gao linn a noted promotion to the
position of archbishop ol tho important
seo of Bologna. For seven years ho ad
ministered tho see of Hologna with no
table success, until in May last, Pope
Pius X. named him among 13 members
of the hierarchy to receive the red hat.
Archbishop Begin of Quebec was among
the other cardinals named at that time,
the others being prelates of tipnln,
Prance, Austria, (lermany and Italy.
Tho full title of the new Pope, In ad
dition to Benedicte XV., will bo Pope
Bishop of Homo and Successor of St.
Peter, Supremo Pontiff of tho Universal
Church, Patriarch of tho West, Prlmeta
of Italy, Archbishop and Metropolitan
of the Unman Province, Sovereign of the
Temporal Dominion of the Holy-ltonrm
Cardinnl Dolla Chiesa has had wide
experience, both as administrator of
tho important sec of Hologna and also
on tho diplomatic side of a secretary of
tho nuncio at Madrid.
As secretary to tho Secrotary of
State, Cardinal Delia Chiesa n
brought into notablo prominence
throughout the Catholic hierarchy, but
his position was not at that time of car
iiiiulist rank, lie is described as a
man of great spiritual character and
one of the mot highly esteemed in the
Ho is about average height, of sto"y
build nnd rather quiet and reserved
As Allies and Germans Strug
gle in Great Combat
Great Russian Victory Reported-Bordeaux
Now Capital of France
LATEST WAR BULLETINS
WOMAN'S OLUB HEADQUARTERS.
The members of the Woman'-' Club
have secured the use of the Palish
IJ'iom lit the Chinch of the N.itivtv for
tl.eir meetings, lectures, ot .. and will
tal.e possession immediately.
Tl is is i very desirab'e meet ng
I lace for the Club as it is centrally lo
The loom was formerly used by Mis
.iordou's Training School, but has re
ently been lelin'shed by tli.1 Woman'
lii lid of the "hureh and i.iw presjnt
a most pleasing appearance.
GAVE LAUNCH PART.
Miss (Jenevieve Kedmoud entertained
a number of her frieuds last night witl
a launch party in honor of her guest.
Miss .Margaret Childs of Lexington.
Tho party went down to Ripley and
back and all report a most delightful
.Mr. Clarence . Carpenter, 2(5, and
.Miss (ilaclys M. Ilamm, 21, both of
allingford, were married in this eit.
by 'Judge. Rico, yesterday morning.
, -i .
Rev.. A. F. Stah! and Mr. (loorgo II,
Prank returned yesterday from Ash
land when they attended the Christian
Mr. .1. H. Russell of tho M. (!. Rus
sell Co. leaves today for Illinois where
he will purchase his supply of broom
this morning. Mercury down
FLIER NO. 1 !
WE MUST HAVE MONEY f
Paris, Frnuce, Sept. .1. Paris was
disappointed today, for no Herman ship
flew over tho city. Crowds gntliered
In tho parks to watch for tho aeroplanes
ut none came. Several French machine
patrolled the sky, ready to engage the
Washington, Sept. .1. Turkey has de
clined to grant the request of the Unit
ed States for permission to send the
truiser North Carolina through the
Dardanelles to Constantinople witl.
ilijOjOOO in gold deposited hero for the
reljef of Americans in Turkey.
Tho Grand Vizier has informed the
United States that tho waters of the
I'ardanclles had been mined and that it
would be unsafe for a vessel, as large
as tho North Carolina, to go through
Hordeauv, France, Sept. 2, via Paris
.":!." p. ni., Sept. .'5. Pesident Poin
earn and tho members of the French
cabinet arrived here today and were
greeted by immense and cheering
rowds. They have established head
piarters for the government.
William of Wied Quits.
Dura7o, Albania, Sept. II. Prince
William of Wiod quit his new kingdom
this morning, taking passage to Venice
on tho Italian steamer Misiirala.
Germans Capture Amiens, 70 Miles
London, Sent. 3. A dispatch from
Amiens, IVanco, ito the Daily Mail
dated Tuesday, September 1, declares
hat the Hermans have taken poses.sion
of Amiens after three days' fighting.
Amicus is the capital of the department
ol Somme. It is seenty miles direct l
north of Paris. It is a manufacturing
city and has a population of '.le.OtMi.
100 Chlldien Killed by Bomb.
Paris, Sept. 3. A dispatch from Pc
trogard (St. Petersburg) mijs the No
ioo Vremya charges that during the
bomhariliu'irt of Belgrade the Auv
triaus destroyed a maternity hospital
over which tho Red Cross flag was
flying, killing one hundred children.
In order to get it, we are going to offer our
entire stock of goods to you at such prices that
you will be COMPELLED to buy. Each week
we are going to announce some "Flier," and dur
ing that week, any article advertised, you can have
at your own price, practically, for we are deter
mined to make the goods move. This week, be
' ginning Monday, the 17th, every piece of Enamel
Ware, Tin Ware and Aluminum Ware in our
MUST BE SOLD
Ladies, here's a chance to replenish your
kitchen supply at your own price, and don't for
get that with every $1 cash purchased you get a
ticket entitling you to a chance on a five passen
ger Touring Car, fully equipped with Eledlric
Starter, Electric Lights, Eledlric Generator, 3 speeds,
etc.. and also, an Up-to-Date Runabout Automo
bile, both to be given away some time during the
year 1915, as announced in our Big Ad.
I MIKE BROWN,
.SQUARE DEAL MAN.
Vesterday a paper purporting to be
tho last will and testament of .lolin
C. Pecor was produced in court and
tho signatures was proen by J. I
Barbour ami R K. lioeflich. Tho will
was admitted to probate ami ordered
Tho petitions for an election for tho
purposo of taking a voto on tho pro
posed $200,000 bond issue for better
loads were signed by tho requisite num
ber of citizens nnd filed in County
Cleik's ollico yesterday.
Will. ENTERTAIN NEXT
(Messrs. Charles and Francis Hopper
have Issued invitations for a "Dan
bant" at Beechwood next Wednesday
evening in honor of Miss Margaret
Cage, of New York City.
In Fiscal Court yesterday the Com
mittee appointed to adopt resolutions on
the proposed $200,000 bond issuo for
new roads, recommended the issuo nnd
their report was received and Hied.
ARN OLD SMALLEY.
Mr. John T. Arnold, 31, of Tolesboro
and Miss Stella Smalley, 21 of Flem
ing county, Avoro granted marriage li
cense yesterday morning and woro mar
ried by Judgo W. H. Rico.
WILL CLOSE LABOR DAY.
Next Monday is Labor Day and nil
tho banks will bo closed for tho entire
Tho barber shops will close all the
afternoon and night.
Mr. and Mrs. Hurdctto Walton and
sou of Lexington who havo beou attend
ing tho Oermantowu Fair and visiting
fier parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. D. Rig
don woro hero yesterday on routo home
and woro guests of Mr. nud Mrs. J. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Boveo D. Core left
this morning In their Itoo 5 for Indian
npolis to attend tho Stato Fair next
week nnd win lo tho guests of their
cousins, "Mr. an Mrs( Albert S. John
Colored School Mission Wants Your As
sistance Ploaso Read Onrofully. '
The Colored School Mission is in need
of money. Unless this Is given at once
tho work of the Mission will immediate
1 ceaso. Tho Mission has been sup
ported almost entirely for the last two
years by tho money and sympathy of
the good white people of this city. But
its noblo work will cease to operate
longer unless a certain amount is as
sured it at oiioo by those who fold
that such work is needed.
As has often been explained in these
columns before the work of the Mis
sion is necessary, deflnito and result
getting. It teaches at least 50 girls
for ten months ranging in ages from 8
tc. IS years old, how to do all plain
cooking as well as kitchen ami dining
loom work, it furnishes free elotliluu
to all pauper and indigent children and
gies them fond at actual cost. This
save many a child from becoming a
criminal and puts in him a desire to be
useful. Tho Mission has always been
I audicapped in carrrying out these nec
essary plans because of the lack of
If wo could only get enough white
friends to gie to this worthy under
taking a decided change would bo no
ticeable within the next ten months in
the conduct and usefulness of the col
oied children of this city. There is no
such organization in this city to help
IliO submerged colored boy or girl. The
wni'le City Mission gives us nearly all
the clothing We need but we need actual
For the last two years wo have given
away 1200 pieces of clothing, served
oer SOD dollars worth of pennj
lunches, given away over 1000 free
li.nche to hungry children and have
t: light V2T girls plain cooking, kitchen
and dining room work.
Anyone who feel Hint ho or she
would like to giv( lo this worthy cause
please do so at once by sending cash
or check to Prof. W. II. Humphrey, Box
-j. The Mission makes monthly re
ports and every donor will be given
eiodit if ho so desires. The Mission
has tho sympathy and support of the
School Board, White City Mission and
tho best white people.
meeting at Christian t'l.ui. h
BISHOP JAES SAFE
Covington Frlonds mve Word That
Hoad of Catholic Dioccso is
Friend in Covington have receive 1
word that Bishop C. P. Maes, who has
for the past sineral months been in
Kurope, stating that the Bishop is at
the present tlni0 in IOiidon, Knglaud,
.Jiid will leave for the United otatc
The lack of news of hi 'hereabouts
caused a great deal of uneasiness.
Ho is expected to arrivo at hi homo
in Covington about September 121.
Rev. W. A. Robinson, D. D., of Cin
cinnati will preach at the Third Stre-t
M. K, Chinch Sunday morning in place
of tho pastor who is absent attending
conference. Dr. Robinson u one of
( incinnali's noted Methodist m listers
and it will be a treat for MaysvIHe peo
pie to hear him. Hveryoi e is invited to
Buy your school books at "Do
Nuio", Maysvillo's popular Book
Store. Old books exchanged. Hand
some souvenir to every child who pur
i liases their school books here. Voui
tiade will bo appreciated. Make "Do
Nu.io" your store.
C. K. DIETRICH, Proprietor.
I DINGER BROS., 5t
BUILD YOUR HOUSE NOW!
If you nre contemplating building a home or a bouse fur an investment, now
is the time to place our order. We have Hie largest slock of all kinds df build
ing material that can be found in Northeastern Kentucky and hae large con
tract witli the timber men for still greater supply. We couti acted this largd
supply at a price ery near cost of production and we are in position to give you
the advantage of tin good putclinsc. Place jour ordu now or let u give ou an
estimate on jour reqtiiieinuits, you will then Uaw v our older with Majsilles
Foremost Lumber Ynid. '
The Mason Lumber Go. '"
Cor. Socond and Limestono Sts. Phono 519. MAYSVILLE, KV.
A. A, McLauuiimn.
L. N. Bkhan.
Thousands of dollars worth of school books for exchange,
ONK Ol? MASON COUNTY'S DKl'OSITORIKS. an old reli
able Book House ready for business. Mrs. II. C. Barnes II.
Miss Helen Young, Newill Slttkley and I'osU-i Barbour witl
be witli us and glad to see their fiiends.
g J. T. KACKLEY & CO.
Mis Marj Alter Harbour has return
ed home from Canada whero she spent i
the heated term.
To every purchaser of oui Fountain Pens a jrlas
of Sotlti Water and a bottle of Ink will be given
five. 'J his oiler ends September 7 !, 1914.
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. ra,S4"EEl
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store.
Don't buy your Boy's school Suit until you see our line and learn "out" prices we can truth
fully say we are stronger in this department than any house in the State. Our Young Men's Suit
Department shows a wonderful array of the newest Models and Fabiict. I'ashion prescribes for
Rill and Winter, 1914-191 5. For the conservative dresser we have an elegant line of suits and at
an exceedingly low price.
A little early to say anything about our Overcoats, Baltnacaaus and Macinaws. When the
time for them arrives we'll sIioa1 you a line that will satisfy and please you.
See our new Stetson and Knox Fall Hats they will interest you.
Our Shoe Department is running over with the best that leading Shoe Manufacturers produce
"every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction.
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SUITS ARE V
How changed they are! Instead of the frivo
lous little coat of last season with its butterfly
sleeves and abbreiated length, we have the severe
long redingote. The bright hues of tango, Copen
hagen, reseda, etc., are replaced by dark liussian
green, seal brown, dark prune and midnight blue,
with black as usual holding its own with well dress
Suit Skirts hang in graeeltul pleats from fitted
yokes. I'm the pleats are shallow and pressed very
flat so the slender silhouette is preserved and the
width of the skirl is not accentuated. I'.tit it is
there and at last one's feet are uutrameled and
the American Swinging Step replaces the minc
ing .Iapaue.se gait. Thanks be.
New York is sending us something daily and
if you are not ready lo buy, it is our pleasure lo
have you "look," not once but as often as you de
sire. Come in, you are always welcome.
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JEraL LJ JLM X K3
Large size "SANX GENIC" Heart Shape Mop-$1.50 &
size and a bottle of Sani Genie Oil 25c size. j
We shall sell both of these for a short time only, &
$1.25, worth $1.75. Telephone for one.
NEW ARRIVALS !
REDINGOTE SUITS $12,50 to $35.
LATEST IN COATS $10 to $25.
Some Velvet Hats.
Ladies,' Men's and Children's Shoes $1.50
The svvellest lot of Ribbons ever shown in
this town, 25c to 75c yard
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