Saint Patrick Funeral William Quinn
QUINN At a local infirmary, Sa'iii-fln'- nlKht. 11:30 o'clock, William Quinn, In tho 66th year of his ago, who was struck by a Galla-.tln-Inglewood street car Wednesday morning. Survived by his wtto, Mrs. Sara E. Quinn, daughter, Mrs. T. l' Clark of Jackson, Tenn., son, W. R. Quinn, sister, Mrs. Mary Mntltnn. brother. John Rvan of Northwestern, Cal., and six grand-' children. Remains are at the Homo of his' son, ,1700 Forest avenue. Re-ar'em 1; h Mass at St. Patrick's Church, tomorrow, ' (Tuesday) morning at 9 o'clock, hy Fatho? T. C. Abbott. The following will serve as pallbearers: Sam Horton. W. T. Bruce. J. S. Ilnstle. J. 1. Knocb, J. C. Walker, John (Htlmore. John Mornn and Robert Hutchison. Interment at Mt. Olivet cemetery. Rocsch -Johnson-Charlton Co., funeral directors.