June 20, 1907

Italians Get in Mix-Up Over
Family Affairs.

James Bloffi, aged 26, an Italian employed at Swift & Co.'s packing house, was shot and seriously wounded by James Millets, a brother-in-law, in a quarrel over family matters last night at 205 Harrison street. Millets is said to have resented Bloffi's alleged mistreatment of Mrs. Bloffi, Millets' sister.

The weapon was a shotgun, the charge striking the Italian in the face. At the emergency hospital last night it was said his wounds would not prove fatal.