QUIGLEY, cwig'li, JAMES EDWARD: Roman, Catholic; b. at Oshawa, Ontario, Oct. 15, 1854. He received his education at St. Joseph's College, Buffalo, N. Y., the Seminary of our Lady of Angels (now Niagara University), the University of Innsbruck, and the College of the Propaganda, Rome; was ordained priest, 1879; was pastor of St. Vincent's, Attica, N. Y., 1879-84; of St. Joseph's Cathedral, Buffalo, 1884-96; and of St. Bridget's Church, same city, 1896-97; became bishop of Buffalo, 1897-1903; and in 1903 was installed archbishop of Chicago.