Religion: Millionaires

The Knights of Malta, most distinguished of Catholic organizations, created last week its first U. S. group—with the election of ten U. S. millionaires, whose function, in common with that of their foreign brothers, will be to aid the Pope in maintaining charities in Rome. Glancing down the list of available candidates, Count Gian Galeazzo de Thun Hohenstein, Grand Master, checked the following for honors; mailed bulls to them: In Manhattan, six: Marquis Nicholas Frederic Brady (President, N. Y. Edison Co.); Patrick Edward Crowley (President, N. Y. Central R. R.); James Augustine Farrell...

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