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STEDTTOT) MATH TttTBUNK MEDFOttD, oRTCfiON, THURSDAY, AUGUST SO. lOl-T
POPE PIUS X PASSES AWAY DURING NIGHT IN HIS 80TII YEAR-FAMILY AT BESIDE AT END
SCENES IN THE LIFE OF THE LATE PONTIFF, PIUS X, WHO PASSED AWAY EARLY THIS MORNING IN HIS EIGHTIETH YEAR
LIES IN STATE
END COMES A!
"Togdhcr In One, All Thlnfls In
Christ,' Are Dylnq Words of Cath
olic Prelate End Is Peaceful
Rouses From Seml-Consdousness
to Glide In the aVIley of Death.
nOMK, Auk, 20. "Tofietlier In
one. nil things In Christ." Those
words which rope Plus X adopted as
Mb motto In an encyclical Issued
August 10, 1903, six days after he had
heen elevated to tho pontificate were
on his lips as ho entered the Valley
The end. which camo at 1:20
o'clock this morning, was peaceful. A
few moments before ho had been
roused from a state of seml-eoncloiiB-uess
and he attempted to bestow a
blessing on tho90 gathered In the
chamber, but his strength failed him.
After a pause ho- murmured tho
scriptural text and did not speak
In KUhlietli Year
The death of pontiff In tho eight
ieth jear of his llfo and tho twelfth
j ear of his pontificate, whllo long ex
pected because of nilments Incident
to advanced age, nevertheless camo
as a shock even to those near him.
For several duys ho had been suf
fering from gouty catarrh, but Tues
day his physicians asserted that tho
trouble was of no great Importance,
and yesterday morning reassuring re
ports concerning tho patient were cur
rent. Tho change camo suddenly during
the forenoon yesterday and early la
tho day those In attendance an
nounced that death was Imminent.
Similar attacks had been resisted
with tho aid of tho Pope's will power
but depression over tho clash of armi
In Europo militated against another
At 10 o'clock last night the pontiff
experienced an attack of coughing
that greatly distressed him. He
could not movo In bed without as
sistance and tho struggle ho made to
breathe was painful to witness. As
tho supreme moment approached th
coughing ceased and tho restlessness
which the doctors had been unable
to relieve disappeared. The features,
which bad given evidence of his pain,
resumed a normal expression except
for the pallor, which Increased.
Tho papal secretary of state, Cardl
nlal Merry Del Val, Cardinals Ferrata,
Caglano and Dlslctl, tho Pope's two
sisters, and physicians, who were at
the bedside, recognized that calm pre
ceding death. Dr. Marchlafava, his
hand on the pontiff's pulse, turned
toward the papal secretary, who was
kneeling, and shook his head.
ItelaUrcs at Death Bed
Cardinal Merry Del Val understood
and covered his face with his hands.
Meantime Cardinal Vannutelll, tho
Pope's nleco, Ollda Parelln: his ma
jordomo, Monslgnor Dlanchl, Mon
slgnor Mlsciatelll, and his secretar
ies, Monslgnors Dressan and Pesclnl,
had joined tho group in tho cham
ber, Tho two slaters and tho Popo's
secretaries could not restrain their
sobs and their voices scorned to
bring back the pontiff from the state
of coma Into which ho had lapsed.
His eyes opened and his lips moved,
and It was plain that lie was making
an effort to impart a final blessing.
I'or a moment-It seemed that- disso
lution had taken placo and then the
lips moved again. "Together In one,
till things In Christ," ho whispered.
"It Is All 0cr'
Dr. Marchlafava released the wrist,
which dropped pulseless on tho pon
tiff's breast. Tho physician, bent
oer tho bed, listening for a heart
that was stilled,
'It Is nil ovor," ho said and rctor
cntly kissed tho pontiff's hand. In
turn tho others did tho same, after
which they intonod prayers for tho
Immediately after, candle
flickered in all the windows of
Vatican and llio wholu personnel of
tho apostolic palaco, with permission
iih (hoy iiukhuiI.
Throughout tho night
)md boon received from tho heads of
of 1 1 In llolliieu.
Thu JlalUn premier, Hlgnor rtalnn
dm. at once ordeied tliut the nece
miry HtsurM tie taken to utrunteo
itu uouuklii llliurtv at (Iih iirnvUlnil.
' jl mwuwvwt f?f Ibv church ami of With Ueatoti trade U MiuforiJ u)d.
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Ix)wcr secne show liirtliplnrp of the late jHipe, (luNeppe Melohiono Snrto, known as 1'ojm J'im X, at IlicMc, n hcciio in tlie unnlon tif the witii-nu nml a portrait taken at lu aje of 'J.l.
tho Sacred College of Cardinals.
which Is tho temporary custodian of
the supreme power of the church dur
ing the Interegnum pending the elec
tion of a Pope.
Among the candidates already men
tioned are Cardinals Maffl, De I-nl,
Ferrata, Agllardl, i'omplll and Sera
flnl, the last named cx-nuuclo of
ther because of tho neutrality of
AS POPE PIUS
HOME, Au?. 20, I-.m n. in. (via
Paris, Auk- 20, 8:03 n. in.) The re
port is current that Francis Xnvler
Wernz, gcnernl of the Society of
Jesus, died last miilnilil. It Iisik
heen impossible officially to emifinn
LONDON', Aufr. 2C A dNpatcli to
the Kxchano Tt'legrapli eompnny
from Home says that Father Francis
Xaier Wernz died in Home thN
morning almost simultaneously with
It 1ms hecu siiK'ft'tnl in mmc
quarters that the cnnclaxc for the
election of a new pope may lie ad
joined. The reason is that under llio pres
ent circumstances it micht "0 1'H
tnhtoful for thu Jlriti-di, French nml
IU'Igium cardinals to meet with their
Austrian nnd German collensnic.
At Westminster catiiedral, Jiow
ever, it was thought that a postpone
ment of the conclude was mo-.t un
likely. Cunlinnl IJourne's hccrelnry snM:
"We nre first of nil Catholies,
rather than imtionnls. The presence
of a pope is now necessary mora than
ever. C'unlinal Uourne is Mnriinj,'
next Saturday (o fit! cm! the rouclaw'.
KAISER'S SON OEF
TO BATTLE F
LONDON. Auc. 20. 7 25 a. m.
lights Tho Hotterdam correspondent of tho
tho Times reports tliut a telegram from
MuMihtrlcht says that Prlnco Lltcl
Friorirlcli. tho second son of Lmtioror
of tho papal secretary, passod by tho Williams, Is quartered In tho provln-
body, kissing tho hand of tho pontiff clal pulaca ut Llego on tho footing "f
tho commandant of tho first guuidi
Prlnco August Wllllum, tho fourln
ii)uuy slates liuiulrlnu thu condition sou of thu emperor, who stopped lust
nliilit at thu (Jruud llotnl In Llouu.
uIko urrlved ut tho provliulul pulucu
nml left by mulnr car fur iiu front.
(Jvneiul Von Kolowo has Iidoii un-
liolnlod thu now govo'nior of Llouu,
There Is much Interest In tho mat
ter of whero tho body of tho Popo
will flud Its last routing placo. It U
recalled that carrying tho body or
Plus X from St. IVtera to St. Law
rence caused a riot. For this reason
thu body of Popo Leo, although hoi believed that Plus X rliosn Ht. Peters'
had expressed a wish U tiurled In '" "'" " ' ""' ,hu
St. John Uterau, whero his tomb I t'osslblllty of unplcnsantueis.
was erected. Is still In St. Peters' Mil KIitIIoii In SepleinluT
tho lalo Pom feared that.lho tniiis-j It In expected that tho conclaxe for
portntlon might c.-iUMMllMurders. It Isltho election of a Popo will bo held on
Public to Cntch Last Gllmpso of the
Remains of Pcpe Plus In Same
Apartment So Many Thousands
Were Admitted to presence Ex
presslon on Face Serene.
HOMi:, Aug. !!. The body of Urn
late popit repotted on a lltlla Iron litd
with ilnnuisk coveriniis. lleside Hie
IimI was a mnatl iuui;e of llio iruiu.
Ir, Amiei cnirinl out the opeia
lion of eiuhalmiui; the lioily, after it
hud been tiiken in charge hy MoiimIc
nor Mailluuccl, the chitmhciliiiu.
It Is lieliewtl Hull Hie limlv f lP
I'iiiH will tm placcil in n casket Hiis
nftetiioau ami Dial Hie liii; In stnte
will lie in Hut hmiiio limine room where
mo maiiv thousand people were admit
ted to tin' picsctice of the lute pontiff.
The eclchiiiliui; of masses for Hie
ri'pose of the soul of Pope Pius be
gun in Hie death chamber at I o'clock
The rmlmlminir mi the luuly was
completed this nflerjiooti.
Tlio expression on the face win
scicnc and the lips were partly opisi
in the scmhluiice of a smile.
Around Hut bier me four llghlcil
cainlles. Two iih'IiiIkts of the uohlo
t;uiinl, in unll'oini, staiid ut the foot
of the lied, while othcis are on duty
In llio unte-chamher.
September 3, after a delay to glvo
time for tho cardinals from suwr.il
countries to arrive, liven so, It Is
doubtful whether Cardinals (llhboti
and O'Connetl ran reach hero by tliut
time from America and Cardinal
Cavanll from Itlo de Janeiro, owing
to the partial suspension of the steam
ship son Ice. It la stated, however
that notwithstanding tho war, spe
cial trains will be put at the disposal
of tho cardinals In Luropn.
PAKIS, An;;. 20, IH'.O n. m. -A
wnniin United by tho French gov
ernment today says that while one
prent struggle in in progress in fron
tiers another fight mut he fought
in the interior of the country against
Hie misery which follows the disorder
in its economical life.
The prefecture of uolieo in Pari
estimates Hint there are (100,000 out
of work in the French capital nnd its
suburbs, or nearly one-sixth of Hie
total population of the department of
Those who have snungs find diffi
culty in getting hold of them, ns they
could draw only 5 per cent during the
firht two weeks of the war, hut he
ginning today they may draw 10 per
cent, nnd it is likely Hie covcriiuicut
will further lint-rate thu deposits in
The luhor leaders nre co-operntiug
with tho utmost energy with the gov
ernment commission, of which Marcel
Semlmt is president, to reopen oppor
tunities for work.
FINEST CAR OF
Wlinf ia ivilmli1i lllft fitinwi t
enr of HurllcttH shipped out of
the alley this year, nnd us fine
us ever wiih sent, is I. F. 12. car
22011, from the orchard of II. L.
Irwin. The car conlalus -172
boxes of extra fancy IlartlctlH,
each hox of tho -172 containing
exiictlv Lift Dears which menus
thai every pnlr in thu oar is
practically of iiuifoim sie.
When it is noiisiilcicd Hint Mr,
Irwin nt liist thought lie wouhl
linwi no penis at all lliis year,
on aiiooiiul of llio I'nicrn last
snrinif. Hni fchouiiiu N i icianik-
Buy Kid Gloves now,
a short time only,
French kid will be off
flic market entirely.
Pictorial Patterns for
Vail complete line of
Medford's Exclu3ivo Dry Good3 Storo
EXCLUSIVE SHOWING OF
Fall Dress Goods, Silks, Buttons
f ; NEW FALL DRESS GOODS
"When wo suv New Fall Dress Goods we do not mean
one or two of a kind over one hundred now pieces
of dress goods arc on display on our tables, repre
senting all the verv latest weaves, colors and fabrics.
Suitable for dresses, suits and coats. All the new fall
shades are shown now, every line is complete and tho
largest assortment ever shown in .Medford. Wo sug
gest you make your selection now while our color line
NEW PALL SILKS
The new Silks are entirely different from what you
expect to see this season. They are made from bettor
qualify, better colorings and run M inches wide,
lioth i'laids, Roman Stripes and Dresden weaves are
especially good. Such goods can now be seen on our
center aisle tables.
NEW BUTTONS Milch all tho delicate, also tho
neavv Oriental eo oruiL's tliat are siiown outi
X nhapes, odd pal terns, designs and odd colorings.
TRIMMINGS JfOU FAIJj arc shown in big variety.
Plain band and braid will take the lead- Also laces
for collars and otiffs are equally as good.
WINDSOR CREPES, 21c
Large line to select from, light ground with printed
Hiiiall rose patterns and Htripcs, They do not have
to be ironed mid are 'tvy pretty,, yard 15
The new Envelope Corset Cover,
made from sheer nainsook, trimmed
with very fine lace, colored ribbon, all
si.es, price, each $1.50
"Envelope Chemise, trimmed both
with lace and fine embroidery edges,
all si.es, prices, $1.50, $2 and $2.50
LADIES' WAISTS, 97c
Our entire summer stock, worth up
to .$.r.()0 each, to eloso out in two days
at only, each .' 07
$1.50 GRADE SATINE PETTI
Made from fine grade softsatino with
flounce of Roman stripes, a)l cohnu
'special at $1.10
CHESTER LAD BOYS' STOCKING
Made from strong hijiid-ttyistoti cot-
(on and giiarauiccd'to wear, cornea in
Ulack only, sizes 0 to 10 1-2, price
pair, only 15
NEW PATTERNS OUTING FLANNEL
Complete line of Outing KIiiiiiioI, both plain white
and fancy checks and stripes, prices vmy lowest,
now 81012 1-2