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This article was published in 1891.
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  • Chicago Tribune -- June 01, 1891
    Polish Voters Enthusiastic

    An enthusiastic meeting of the Kosciuszko Polish Political Club of the Thirty-third Ward was held at the parish hall, Exchange Ave. and 88th St., last evening, at which the non-partisan judicial ticket was unanimously indorsed.

    The hall was crowded, fully 500 Polish voters being present. S. F. Adalia Satalecki, James E. Dudek, Adam Walkowiak, and Martin Wiora, the President of the club, made addresses in favor of the non-partisan ticket.

    The club is an independent political organization over four-hundred strong. Last night's meeting was the largest it has ever held.

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