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seals of the late pontiff were turned
over to him and he became at once
the fully empowered head of the
church. Cardinal Delia Volpe will re
side in the Vatican until the new pope
Under the regulations for the fun
eral ceremonies, the body of Pope
Pius will remain the Vatican 24 hours.
At the end of that time the pontifical
surgeons will remove the viscers.
The body will first be dressed in
a white lace cassock with a white
sash. Over this will be placed a red
cape trimmed with ermine. On the
feet will be placed the red papal shoes
and on the head the red papal crown
trimmed wit hermine.
Later, before the body is finally ex
posed to view before the public, it will
be attired in all the pontifical robes
and emblems of office including
gloves, ring and mitre of gold.
The body of Pius will likely be
On the ninth and final day of the
ceremonies a funeral eulogy will be
delivered by one of the cardinals
selected by the members of the Sa
JESUIT ORDER HEAD DEAD
Catholic hearts were doubly griev
ed today when announcement was
made of the death last night of Right
Rev. Father .Francesco Saverio
Wernz, head of the Jesuit order.
As president of the order Father
Wernz was frequently referred to as
the "black pope" because of the
enormous power placed in his hands
by the Jesuit, regulations.
He was one of the best educated
members of the priesthood and many
of his contributions to literature are
accepted as masterpieces.
Morris Kinne, city sales manager
for National Biscuit Co., dropped
Robber held up saloon of R. Raber,
6400 S. State st. Got $26. Raber
fought. Took revolver and shot thief.
Han escaped, leaving-trail of bloqd.
Ottawa, Can. Canadian women
are exercising power of veto to keep
hubbies from going to war. Some
regiments thinned 50 per cent.
Atlantic CityA-Edward J. O'Reilly,'
young broker, eloped to Pleasantville
with Dorothy Russell, daughter of
Lillian Russell and niece of Fred Solo
mon of Chicago.
Phoenix, Ariz. Deputy Sheriff W.
P. Brown killed by Mexican horse
thieves. Pitched battle later between
posse and Mexicans. Five killed.
Nogales, Ariz. Proof of "split" be
tween Carranza and Villa received.
Invasion of Northwestern Mexico by
Pari3. Mrs. William Ellis Corey,
formerly Mabelle Gilman, actress,
placed her chateau at disposal of
French Red Cross.
Kankakee, ill. Dynamiters blew
concrete dam at Waldron near here.
Thousands of acres flooded. Prop-
Lerty damage great
Lorain, O. Car hit auto. George
Werner and man named Schuster
from Newcastle, Pa., killed. Several
Washington. Consul General
Hanna advised state department
from Monterey, Mex., that all depart
ments of constitutionalist govern'
ment have moved to capital and all Is
New York. National League will
designate "Red Cross" day when a
certain percentage of receipts will go
to relief of war victims.
Paris Sergeant Joseph Cailiaux,
husband of Mme. Cailiaux, recently
acquitted of murderf Calmette, edi
tor of Figaro, promoted to he 'sub
lieutenant Is now at the front with
London. This city paused in the
midst of its, war excitement today to
mourn death of Pope Pius X Solemn
high mass of requiem held inf West
minster Cathedral attended iy enor
mous crowd of Catholics. ,