Chicago Jews Entertain Catholic Delegates to Eucharistic Congress
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Chicago Jews Entertain Catholic Delegates to Eucharistic Congress

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(Jewish Daily Bulletine)

Father Siedenberg, president of Loyola University, acted as toastmaster at a dinner given last night by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Joseph at their home for prominent Catholics, both local and Eucharistic Congress visitors, and leading Chicago Jews. Father Siedenberg brought twenty-five of his colleagues to the dinner, men representing the various countries at the Congress. Mr. Edward Houlihan, head of the Knights of Columbus, brought twenty-five distinguished members of his organization, coming from various parts of the United States. Rabbis A. L. Lassen and Hirshberg attended the dinner. Among others present were:

Julius Rosenwald, Mayor William E. Dever, Judge Joseph David, Judge Joseph Sabbath, Judge Henry Horner, Judge Hugo Pam. Geo. E. Brennan, Edward J. Kelly, Michael Rosenberg, Alderman Jacob Arvey, T. J. McNulty. Henry Janisch, Charles Janisch, Roy Bey, John P. Herding, Arthur N. Cordell, W. M. Heymann, J. Wm. Wade, Attorney Patrick H. O’Donnell. Geo. W. McCabe, P. C. Winn, Hugh O’Neil, Dr. Leslie Elmer Fuller, Dr. Frederick Carl Eiselen, C. J. McGurn, Frank McNally, Ed Quinn J. D’Esposito, Peter J. Angsten. Thos J. Farrell, Rev. Michael Klasen, M. F. Schiavone, Edgar N. Greenebaum, Fred Greenebaum. Isadore Weil. Rev. Geo. F. Dineen. S. J., Jacob Wallenstein, Chas, Oliff. John Noonan, Joseph J. Duffy, K. E. Walsh. Mitchell C. Rooin. B. Horwich, Thos. Piser. Harry Hofiman. Maurice Rissman, Avery Brundage. Leo Hirshfield. C. W. Friedman and Samuel Joseph.

A. E. Lefcourt, real estate operator, purchased the Consolidated Stock Exchange Building at Broad and Beaver Streets. New York.

A thirty-story office building will be erected, Mr. Lefcourt stated, which the property, will represent an investment of between $8,000,000 and $10,000,000.

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