Religion: Rome

A cardinal's hat is suspended by golden wires over the high altar in his cathedral. There it remains till it accompanies his body to the tomb.

"Accipe galerum rubrum," said Pius Pontifex Maximus on his throne in St.

Peter's to Cardinal Mundelein who had just kissed the cross on his slipper and the ring on his finger. Likewise, to Cardinal Hayes. It was the final act of investiture.

As they left the church, the Sistine choir sang: "Oremus Pro Pontifico Nostro Pio."

Mrs. Theodore C. Eppig, of Rockville Center, L. I., received a cable from her...

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