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- WHOLE TOWN HELPS
San Antonio, Tex., Oct. 31.
,The funerals of the six Sisters of
Charity and the three children
v burned to death in the St. John's
orphanage fire were 'held today
" with requiem high mass.
The entire town is assisting in
caring for the homeless orphans,
and funds for the rebuilding of
the orphanage are already being
t A public memorial meeting in
honor of the six sisters who gave
their lives for the children has
been arranged and a permanent
memorial is likely.
A complete checking up proved
that three instead of two children
lost their lives in the fire. They
were: Francis 0'Brien,3; Charles
Matlach, 9; George Yor-k, 12.
Ossining, N. Y. Lieut. Chas.
pecker is now, known as convict
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