LEO'S GENEROSITY. The Display of the Vatican Treasures of Inestimable Valne. The information that the pope would raak an extensive exhibit at the fair, which was contained in a late cablegram cable-gram from Bishop Ireland, made happy those who have the welfare of the fair at heart. It has been known ever since Judge T. B. Bryan appeared before the pope and was so graciously received that the Vatican would be represented at the fair. The information received simply proves that the exhibit to be made is to be an important one. A formal request for space was made upon Director General Gen-eral Davis, and, of course, it met with favor. The amount of space desired cannot be told until full information is received. The one article that it is known will be displayed is a map of the world published in 1525, the first produced pro-duced after the discovery of America. That map, which was promised for the fair to Judge Bryan, is of inestimable value. It has hung; in the Vatican for hundreds of years. The entire exhibit will undoubtedly be one of great value and of greater interest. The mere fact that it is made with the pope's blessing will attract to the fair hundreds of thousands of loyal Catholics who ordi-;narily ordi-;narily would have remained away.