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gc-, Mrs. Anna Todd, who lives at 18
Crimea street, Belfast, celebrated her
111th birthday on July 12.
John Hughes, a farmer of Knocka
coney, who was in custody on the
charge of causing the death of Rob
ert Wilson, a mill employe, in Febru
», ary last, was found to be not guilty
at the Armagh Assizes.
A dispute between the tenants an.i
the owner of the Crowe estate has
been amicably settled and it is ex
pected purchase agreements will
w, shortly be put through.
Miss C. O'Plynn, a daughter of Mr.
r- James O'Flynn, Slxmilebrldge, has be
come qualified as a doctor at the re
cent medical examinations of Edin
•y burgh University, taking first place
in her class in Medicine and a hl^ti
place in Surgery- She took out ln-r
degree in the shortest possible time,
five years.
Henry Byers, Drumallaght, BiUU,
Virginia, has been presented with a
silver medal from the King of Italy,
in recognition of his services in con
nection with the Messina earthquake.
Mr. Byers was returning home from
Australia in the SS. Offlr, and in the
Mediterranean the Captain learned by
a wireless message from a German
ship of the earthquake. The Offir
reached Messina about an hour later,
and Mr. Byers assisted in taking S50
to Naples. He worked for twelve
hours in a heavy deluge, removing the
destitute and wounded, the latter
numbering 150, and five died before
reaching Naples.
The Toughal Urban District Coun
ell in common with other public bod
ies has decided to present an address
of congratulation to the Right Rev.
Monsignor Keller, P. P., V. G„ Dean
of the Diocese, and Domestic Prelate
of his Holiness the Pope, on his cele
brating the fiftieth anniversary of his
elevation to the priesthood on August
24th next.
John Quigley, ex-N. T., Malin He?.d,
was recently presented by the priests
and people of the district with an ad
dress testifying to appreciation of his
long and faithful service of forty
seven years as principal teacher of
the school. In his reply he bore testi
mony to the good feeling and kindli
ness that had marked the relation-
ship of all classes towards him.
The death occurred at his residence
in Dublin of Thomas Fitzpatrick, a
brilliant Irish cartoonist and founder
of the "Iicprecaun," the only comic
journal in Ireland.
Miss Kenny, for many years head
nurse in Bnniskillen Union Hospital,
has resigned her position and has
been granted a pension of £30 per
Mr. Andrew Carnegie has given a
grant of £1,500 towards the founding
of a public library in Castleisland.
The Lord Chief Baron, addressing
the Grand Jury for the County of
Kilkenny, said that, regarded as a
whole, the county was In a very sat
isfactory condition, the sarrie state as
he had found it for many years past.
A farmer named Edward Malono
was found on Sunday morning, July
1*. near his house at Rochestown, In
the district of Mulllnavat, dead. A
servant named Patrick Hayes, re
ported the matter to the nearest po
lice station, and the Constabulary at
once visited the scene and made
searching inquiries, as a result of
•s which Hayes, his wife, and his son
James were arrested on the charge of
causing the death of Malone. After
formal evidence had been given they
were remanded.
j... Addressing the Grand Jury at the
.... opening of the Kildare Assizes on
July 15 at Naas, the Lord Chief Jus
tice said there was no trace of any
spirit of general lawlessness and no
agrarian crimes, which he attributed
to the feeling which existed between
the people of the county.
A religious ceremony took place nt
it Bruff recently when Miss Sarah Liddy
was .forinally received into the Order
of the Faithful Companions of Jesus.
who henceforth will be
-known as Sister Mary Victoire, Is the
daughter of the late Patrick and
Mr*. Anne Liddy, Ballycar Castle,
I'M*7' Leltrim.
°f tenants on the prop-
of J. J. Rodden waited on him
„on July 13 and presented him with
a piece of silver plate and an address
tff,# **a mark of their esteem and wishing
and' Mrs. Rodden every happl
•.' The.' address set forth the
indly relations which always ex
isted between ME. Rodden and his
and Mr. Rodden, who seemed
movod, In..reply thanked the
'inn $yn fpSif'S ,%••»:"..
animated his tenants and he hoped
and was certain the good relation
ship would always exist.
A conflict between Orangemen and
Catholics in Castleblayney on the
Twelfth originated in an Orange sym
pathizer, while passing Henry street
taking offense at a child shouting
"Home Rule," and rushing at some
women with an iron bar, at the same
time using "language" about Home
Rule and tho Pope. Several women
and children were roughly treated.
The police came on the scene and dis
persed the disturbers. In the evening
another conflict arose, and members
of the Orange party who had taken
shelter in the Castle grounds fired
several shots.
On the morning of July 18 James
and Michael Killeen, the young sons
of Widow Killeen were released from
Castlebar Prison after serving their
long sentence of nine months' impris
onment. About 12 o'clock a vast con
course of people arrived from StraiJo
to welcome the two heroes. At 2
o'clock a public meeting was held out
side the Foresters' Hall. The Killeen's
were sent to prison for defending their
home against the bailiffs.
On the evening of July 12 a motor
car belonging to Mr. Martin, an Aus
tralian gentleman, who is staying in
Woodfield, Baliyfarnon, was being
driven by the owner near the County
Club, Boyle, a little girl named Tilly,
of the Quarry, Boyle, aged five yaars,
got in the way in running across the
road and was struck by one of the
front mud guards. Mr. Martin im
mediately stopped the car and sent
for a doctor, and had the child, who
was in a state of collapse, removed
to the hospital. The child received
injuries to the head and one of her
A sad bathing fatality occurred at
Rosses Point on Monday evening,
July 15, whereby a little girl, named
Eieleen Conway, aged about eight
years, lost her life. What gives par
ticular poignancy to the sad occur
rence was the fact that the little one
with her aunt, Mrs.
CWstello, Knox street, Sligo. The de
ceased, with a number of other sirl?,
went to bathe at the ladies' bathing
place about 4 o'clock. This Is appar
ently a safe place, but the little one,
who carried inflated swimming wings,
was out farther than the others, and
very soon got Into difficulties, a wave
having overcome her. Miss Lilly Cos
tello, on hearing her shout, made a
very brave attempt to save the child,
but failed.
The death occurred on July 20 as
the result of a car accident, of Mad
ame le Gros Walsh, wife of Dr. Wil
liam P. Walsh, M. O., Clogheen. The
deceased lady was out driving on
July 19 with some of her children,
when at a bend in the road at Gar
navllla, near Cahlr, the horse took
fright. The deceased was thrown
heavily to the road, sustaining fatal
On the morning of July 14 on the
arrival of the Rosslare express at
Fermoy station, an unusual occur
rence was witnessed by those who
happened to be present. For some
time past considerable comment has
been made on the enormous number
of objectionable papers arriving at
Fermoj. Several remedies were sug
gested from time to time, but all to
no avail. However, on the date men
tioned, it was noticed that at about
9:55 o'clock, the station premises be
gan to assume a somewhat busy ap
pearance, which was unaccounted for
until the arrival of the express, when
the body of men walked towards the
goods van. They waited for a short
while, and when the papers were
thrown on to the platform they were
almost immediately seized and swiftly
borne away to a field where they
were burned with oil to ashes.
A young man named Luke Kavan
agh, of Ballinamona, met with a very
serious accident in Main street, Goroy,
on July 13, as a result of which he
was rendered unconscious for sever.il
hours. He was sitting in a pony's
trap preparatory to starting for home
and when passing the Railway Hotel
the animal shied at a motor car and
suddenly swerved on to the footpath.
The young man was pitched out on
the roadway head foremost and was
rendered unconscious by the fall, and
received several nasty cuts about the
hi ad and shoulders.
In the Chancery Division recently,
before Justice Ross, in the matter of
A. Wynn and Mrs. Sophia Wynn vs.
Thomas Symington, Mr. Clayton, K.
C., with whom was Mr. Macrory, in
formed the Justice that the action had
been settled. It was an action by
the plaintiffs, who are well known
landed proprietors in Wicklow, and
owners of certain mines and minerals
lough Mines, claiming specific per*
formances of an agreement contained
in certain letters in February, 1908,
for a lease to defendant of the mines
for a term of twenty-one years at a
yearly rent of £1,000 after the first
year. The defense was a denial of
the contract that one of the terms
of the contract was that zinc ore
should be included in the lease, an:l
there was no zinc ore. Counsel said
that as a matter of fact zinc ore was
not included in the contract, but in
any event the owners had been pre
pared to have included it in the lease.
Tho object of the defendant, appar
ently, in taking the lease was to turn
the concern into a company, but
shortly after he had entered into the
contract he had regretted his bargain.
There hud been prolonged negotia
tions extending over the last few
years, but culminating in nothing.
The defendant had now entered into
a consent for judgment, under which
the defendant was to be released from
the agreoment for the lease, and to
pay .€3,500. Counsel said the consent
provided that if the amount of the
judgment was paid in a certain man
ner, and within a particular time, a
smaller sum would be accepted by
the plaintiffs. Justice Ross received
the consent, and made it a rule of
The Valley of Silence.
I walk down the valley of silence,
Down the dim voiceless valley alone.
And I hear not the sound of a foot
Around me, but God's and my own,
And the hush of my heart is as holy
As bowers where angels have flown.
Long ago I was weary of voices
Whose music my soul could not win
Long ago I was weary of noises
That fretted my soul with their dir.
Long ago 1 was weary of places
Where I met but the human and sin.
I walked in the world with the world
Yet I craved what the world never
And I said: "In the world, each Ideal—
That shines like a star on life's
Is tossed on the shores of the real.
And sleeps like a dream in the
And still did I pine for the perfect,
And still found the false with the
I sought, 'mid the human, for heaven.
And caught a mere glimpse of its
And I sighed when the clouds of the
Veiled even that glimpse from my
And I toiled on heart-tired of the
And groaned 'mid the masses of
Till I knelt, long ago, at the altar,
And heard a voice call me. Since
I walk down the X'alley of silence.
That lies far beyond human ken.
Do you ask what I find in the valley?
'Tis my trysting-placc with tho
And I fell at the feet of the Holy,
And around me a voice said, "Be
And then rose from the depth of my
An echo, "My heart shall be Thine."
Do you ask how I live in the valley?
I weep, and I dream, and I pray
But my tears are as sweet as the
That fall on the roses in May.
And my prayer, like a perfume from
Ascciuleth to God night and day.
In the hush of the valley of sileuoe
I hear all the songs that I sing,
And tho notes float down tho dim
Till each finds a word for a wing,
That to men, like the dove of the
The message of peace they may
But far on the deep there are bil
That never shall break on the
And I have heard songs in the silence
That never shall float into speech
And I have had dreams in the valley
Too lofty for language to reach.
And I have seen thoughts In the val
Ah, me! how my spirit was
They wear holy veils on their faces,
Their footsteps can scarcely be
They pass down the valley like vir
Too pure for the touch of a word.
Do you ask me the place of this val
To hearts that are harrowed by
It lieth afar between mountains,
And God and His angels are there—
One is the dark mountain of sorrow.
And one the bright mountain of
Carpenter and Builder, 4725 Vin
cent avenue south, who has filed for
Alderman of the Thirteenth Ward.
Wedding at Jordan.
Jordan, Minn.—The wedding of
Josephine, daughter of Daniel O'Keefe
of St. Patrick, to Daniel Sullivan of
I.akeville, occurred at St. Patrick's
church on Thursday of last week.
Father VandenBosch officiating. Miai
Lizzie O'Keefe served as bridesmaid
and Frank Sullivan was best man.
The bride was charmingly gowned in
a dress of white satin, complete with
veil and carried a bouquet of bride
roses. Miss Lizzie O'Keefe's dress
was of sheer white silk. A wedding
dinner was served at the home of the
bride, for immediate relatives of the
couple, after which the happy pair
left on a wedding trip to Niagara
Falls. They will make their home lit
Farmington, where Mr. Sullivan is en
gaged in business.
She Knew.
"What did Noah live on when the
flood had subsided and his provisions
in the ark were exhausted?" asked a
Sunday school teacher of her class on
"I know," squeaked a little girl, aft
er all the others had given it up.
"Well, what?" Inquired the teacher.
"Dry land."
Going Over to Rome.
The New York Independent writes:
"It would be worth while to study
the question why so many of the
clergy of the Protestant Episcopal
Church have gone «ver to the Church
of Rome. Three students in the Gen
eral Theological seminary in this city
have lately thUB joined the Catholic
Church. In Announcing these last
conversions the Catholic journals
mention thirty-three other graduates
of the same seminary who have be
come Catholics and twenty-two of its
non-graduates. Fifty-five from one
seminary is a frery large toll to pay
to a Church agiinst which it is a pro
test, and the jmajority of them be
came Catholic ..
r:-?''XVA\m f&Sv,'^-"::^i" :v -V'
SyJ .r r1' jlfl
John C. Sheehan.
John C. Sheehan, the grocer at 224 and has conducted a successful groc-
Hennepin avenue, has tiled for Alder
man of the Fourth Ward. Mr. Shee
han has resided in the ward since
coming to the city twenty years ago
Ho worked for one firm for ten years' Centre Improvement Association.
I \v vV-
pWKjW".. .Sv&H J*
ery business for the past ten years
at his present location. Mr. Sheehan
has never sought or held a political
position. He is treasurer of the
With the Politicians.
EInar Hoidale and Tom Dwyer, "the
boilermaker," are the only two Demo
crats who have filed for Congress in
this city.
E. McConville, 1828 Second street
northeast, has filed for representative
of the 38th district on the Democratic
James A. Peterson now stands on
.the Bull Moose platform for U. S.
senator and is enthusiastic over
Roosevelt, though he attacked him
furiously before the primaries. But
what's the use of running on a Taft
ticket in Minnesota!
Congressman Nye is in the city and
has not yet filed for renominatinn.
It is time enough, however. He has
broken silence to express his con
tempt for those who file in one party
and support the platform of another.
In his opinion it shows "bad faith"
on their part. Perhaps Frank is
David J. Sullivan was granted a
restraining order prohibiting County
Auditor Erickson from placing his
name on the primary ballot as a can
didate for the Republican nomination
for congressman. He filed two weeks
ago at the solicitation of his friends.
He found that he did not have the
time to make the race and withdrew.
There are other aspirants who are
glad of his retirement from the race.
President—James J. Regan, St. Paul,
Vice President—Joseph McLoughiin.
Treasurer—Thomas Maloney, Council
Biuffs, Iowa.
Secretary—James T. McGlnnis, Scran
ton, Pennsylvania.
P. T. Moran, Washington, D. C.
Rev. William McLaughlin. New Jersey.
William J. Daugherty. Illinois.
Thomas F. Powers, Michigan.
President—Fred L. Ryan, Palladio
blag-, Puluth.
Vice President—J. P. Kennedy,
State Secretary—J. J. Fitzgerald, Pal
ace Clothing House, Minneapolis
Treasurer—John bherman, Winona.
State Chaplain—Rev. p. R. Cunning
ham. Hastings.
President of Insurance Fund
Doyle, St. Paul.
Vice President—Jno. E. McGovern.
Secretary of Insurance—John Mahonav
120 Temple Court, Minneapolis.
Treasurer of Insurance—John Sheehv
State Medical Director—Dr. E
Buckley. St. Paul.
Directors of Insurance Fund Me
Carthy. St. Paul John Moran, Minneap
olis E. J. McManus. St. Paul- jvsr
Devery, Faribault: Kobt. Madigan. Madi
son Lake.
State Board of Audit—M. J. Hvnea
Rosemount: J. P. Connelly, St. Pai5" J'
J. Daley. Minneapolis.
national officers^-l. a. A.
National President- Mii Ann» C. ita^
Ba, 8qraaton, Fa.,.{
National Vice President Mrs. Mary
McCarthy, WeBtfleld. Mass.
National Secretary—Mrs. Christie, Ohio.
National Treasurer—Mrs. Mary B. Da
ley, Minneapolis. Minn.
President—Mrs. Mary B. Daley. 1806
Central ave., Minneapolis.
Vice President—Miss May IS. Hamuli],
Secretary—Ella C. Keating, 147 Pleas
ant ave.. St. Paul.
Treasurer—Miss Mary Coogan, Fari
.tioard of Directors—Mary M. Sullivan,
Duluth Ellen Conruy, St. Paul Mary J.
Reilly, Bralnerd.
Auditing Committee—Margaret Scott,
St. i-aui Catherine Connors, Stillwater
Julia JUuyie, Kellogg.
insurance Secrsuu-y—Margaret A. Gra
dy, Suilwater.
insurance Treasurer—Margaret Sulli
van, Kochester.
State Jieuical Director—Dr. 1C. W.
BucKicy, at. Paul.
iJirectors of Insurance Fund—Nellie
Cumin, Minneapoub, Aiuue Conroy, St.
Paul Josephine Hagerty, sjiuelasville,
Anna 'Wiueaen, Uuiuui Josephine Cook,
St. Paul.
Auditing Committee—Ellen McUrath,
St. Paul Aniue Kennedy, St. Cloua
Aurelia ivoliy,
County President, Tliomas Coleman,
Fnuley, Minn.
Division iNo. 1, Anoka—Pres. Wm. L
Ward, AnoKa Vice Pres., John P. Cole
man, AnoKa ±iec. Sec., Cnarles JS. Green,
Anoka ij'm. dee., James McArclle, Anoka,
ins. Sec., ames McArille, Anoka Treas.,
Junn Ward. Anoka Mea. iixam.. Dr. A.
J'. (Jaiue, Anoka. .Meetings are neld ttrst
Aioiiuay in nionih in Arcamuiu hall at
Ai.oiiu, Minn.
County president, M. J. McDonnell,
(Jracevnie, Main.
Division No. l, Graceville—Pres., J. W.
Uiunaiy Vice Pres., jtlugh Jtieiiy P.ec.
cec., Jeiemiaii M. Bcanlau Fin. Sec., J.
A. ureen ms. Sec., J. A. Green Treas.,
William ri. cregan Med. Kxam., Lr. B.
iki. .uandall. ivieeiuigs are £eid on first
Suuuay and third Tiiursaay o£ month in
•t'raiernity Hall.
County rres., P. n. Jordan, jvlankato.
Uivisiun JNO.
i.—Madison L^ake.—Pres.,
diaries uoian, i^agie Lake Vice Pres.,
J. J. iirowu, Madison Laite Kec. Sec.,
W. A. Lyons, Madison Lake iIn. Sec.,
P. J. McUrain, Madison Ins. Sec.,
vv'iliani p. Connor, Madison LaKe '1'reas.,
John McXaiuiuai'oa, Eagle Lake Med.
Kram., Dr. C. E. Bigelow, Alauison LaKe.
.Meetings are held on second and lourta
aunuays in A. o. H. hall, Madison jL,ake.
County President, Wm. .Barron, 414 4th
Ave., bralnerd, Minn.
Livision No. 1, xsrainerd—Pres., Hugh
Bresson, liua Kingwood St. Vice Pres.,
Will, liogan, 2U7 Kindred Si. Kec. Sec.,
Gerald isarron, 414 4tu Ave. Uln. Sec.,
James J. jNuiun, old otn St. N. ins. Sec..
James J. iNoian, U15 5th St. N. Treas.
AS. C. McNamara, imperial blocK. Med.
lixam., Dr. sycora, First National Banh,
Buiuung. Meetings are heid.on second
and lourth Tuesuays of month in K. ot
C. iiali.
County President, X. p. Moran, Has
tings, Minn.
uivisiou No. 1, Hastings—Div. Pres.,
Jas. McLaughlin, liastings, Minn. Vice
Pres., J. h,. Kenney, xxastings, Minn.
itec. Sec., i.1. L. Meyer, .Hastings, Minn.
i'in. Sec.,
o'ttrien, Hastings, Minn.
ms. sec., u'.urien, Hastings, Minn.
Treas., jno. Kane Med. bxarn., Dr. L.
u. Peck. Meetings Held on second aud
lourtli Tiiursaay at A. O. U. W. iiali.
liiiiNiMiPiN COUNTY.
County i-ieaiuen —P. j. uonneil, 3500
Longieliow Ave., Minneapolis Vice pres.,
vv. j.1. uonabue, 4Uu Temple Court iin
sec., Peter Cunnnings, Ziisu l4tn Ave.
iiec. Sec., j. C. Luobins, Bub jbassett
jt-iuce uuunty Treas., Jonn Moran, auo
liilli Ave. N. L. (Juapiain, Kev. M.
O'Brien, 31i.ii W. 44th St.
Division No. 1, Minneapolis—Pres., M.
W. Mogan, lStu Ave. So Vice Pres.,
P. V. O'Donneil, 35UU i^oagiellow Ave.
Kec. &ec„ iiMinas u'Neiu, 24ZS 11th Ave.
so. 111. Sec., W. P. Casey, 2a3 Premont
Ave. No. Ins. sec., D. J. Mcjtiugll,
Ave. So. Treas., K. J. Owens, 242b243it
2tith Ave. so. Med. Kxam., Dr. Henry,
uonaiusoii Biug. ur. Hynes, Washington
and 1st Ave. oo. Meetings are held on
lirst Sunuay and third Tnursday of inontii
at 527 1st ave. a.
Division No. 2, Minneapolis Pres.,
Felix McNamee, 1527 !)Ui St. S. Vice
Pres., Jonn Mason, 313 tit.li Ave. N. J£.
Itec. Secy., F. J. Boulger, 394!) Garfield
Av» S. Fin. Secy., 1\ K. Monahan, !Uti
lUtli Ave. S. Ins. Secy, James Kelly,
2925 18th Ave. S. Treasurer, Edward
Bevans, 25U2 Fremont Ave N. Med
Exam., Dv. James Hynes. Meetings
are held on tst Sunday and 3rd Thursday
of Month lit Richmond Hall.
Division No. 3, Minneapolis—President,
D. O'Connell, 901 W. 36th St. Vice Pres.,
L. Carr, 64 7th Ave. N. Rec. Secy.,
Wm. B. Malone, 713 2nd st. N. E. Fin
Secy., James Kinnane, 50U 2d st. N. E.
Ins Secy., James Kinnane, 500 2d st. N.
lit. Treas., P. S. Jefferies, 817 N. E. 2nd
St. Med. lixain., K. P. O'Brien, 1511 Em
erson Ave. No. Meetings are held on
first Sunday afternoon and third Tuesday
evening of month in A. O. U. W. hall, 310
Central Ave.
Division No. 4, Minneapolis—Pres., J. P.
Donohue, 1619 Irving Ave. No. Vice Pres.,
M. Meagher, 1613 Fremont Ave. No. Rec.
Secy., R. E. Branton, 1613 Aldrich Ave.
No. Fin. Secy., 1. F. Rice, 2603 Lyndale
Ave. No. Ins. Secy., Peter Mitchell, 527
Plymouth Ave. No. Treas., J. C. Gub
binss, 908 place Med. Exam., Dr.
Egan and Dr. Flynn. Meetings are held
on second and fourth Tuesday of month,
in 1. O. O. F. hall, Plymouth and Third
St. No.
IDivlsion No. 6, Minneapolis—Pres., M.
Gleeson, Edina Vice Pres., J. F. Darcy.
111 Rec. Sec., W. Gleeson, Edina Fin.
Rei'.v.. James Ryan. Cahill: 1
Hopkins. Meetings are held on second
Sunday of month in Cahill hall.
Division No. 6, Minneapolis—Pres., M.
F. Crahan, 2646 16th Ave. So. Vice pres
Simon McNuity, 1712 27th St. So. Rec
Secy., Thos. W. Hlckey, 2413 16th Ave. So
Fin. Secy., L. O. Grady, 2013 9th St. So
Ins. Secy., P. L. Cummlngs, 2720 14th
Ave. So. Treas., Joseph Kelly, 2604 16th
Ave. So. Med. Exam., Drs. Barber and
Murphy. Meetings are held on first Sun
day and third Thursday of month, in
Maccabeo hall, corner Bloomington and
Division No. 7, Minneapolis—Pres., Wm.
H. Donahue. 63E Palace Bldg. Vice Pres
J. F. Cogwln, 200 Fremont Ave. N. Ren'
Secy., A. A. Dunleavy, 1522 Penn Ave. N
Fin. Secy., G. W. Gilfan, 1703 5th St. N
Ins. Secy., Thos. Jordan, 2615 19th Ave!
N. Treas.. J. M. Brownrigg, 811 16th
Ave. N. Med. Exam., Dr. Jas. O'Donneil,
204 Donaldson Bldg. Meetings first and
third Thursdays of month, at 1. O. O.
hall, 703 Hennepin Ave.
Division No. 10, Minneapolis—pres
J. Molan, 1518 Jefferson St. N. E.: Vic«
Pres., J. H. O Brien, 2301 Filmore St N
E. Rec. Secy., F. D. Feeney, S02 26th
Ave. N. E/ Fin. Secy:, John Moran, 905
27th Ave. N. E. Ins. Secy., John Moran.
905 27th Ave. N. E.: Treas.. James ff
Bonner, 1954 St. N. E. Med. Exam
F. Magulre, 2S39 Central Ave.
County^ Pres., D. A. Hanlon, Montgom-
No. 3, Montgomery—pres
Thos. Loftue Montgomery, R. p.
Endlcott Bldg. vice pres.. 8. J. McDon
ough, 380 Como ave. Rec. See., J. T.
Orogan. (IS Capitol Boul. Fin. See., W.
T. Naughton, 206 Goodrich ave. Treaa.
Walter Pendergast, EOS Forest st. Chap
lain. Rev. T. F. Gleeson, S76 E. Stk •«.
Maetinn let Monday evening of each
month Hibernian halls, 7th and Ftmak'
un. St. Paul.
Division No. St. Paul—Free., Jas. T.
Maloae.,, The Maleney, th aat Jaoksent
Vice. Pres.. Bdw. Mullanejr, 294 Harrlioa
ave. Ree. Seo., jas F. llcNaUy, C:i piaei
FIb. Im., Jo*. Maloney, Hotel Maloney
las. See., TW MoMafcoa, S3F S. FrankiU
•t. Treas., Michael Mullane, 112 Buir
Med. Exam., Dr. O'lfallay, NatnL Am,
Bank Bldg. ItoeUngs h*M first ui thlii
Thuraaay at Hhwilu hall, 7th
Division No. 4. at Paul—Pre*.,
J. McMahon, 200 XL Acker St: Vice Prss_
Jame» H. McNally, 18 Garfield St. Bm
Sec.. John M. Lynch, 804 Nat. Ger. Am
Bk. Bldg. Fin. See., Thomas FrleL TM
Cherokee Ave. Iiui. See., J. E. Coreona.
811H Wabasha St.: Treas., Wm. J/rS
gan. Merchants' National Bank:
Exam., Dr. Jno. V. O'Connor, Am. Nat.
Bank Bldg. Meetings are held on sitt
end and fourth Mondays ot month at HI.
bernlan halls.
Division No. 9, St. Paul—President.
F. Grogan, 811 Carroll Ave. Vice Pres.!
J. F. Foley, 669 Broadway Rec Sec?"
John Looby, 954 Gaultler Fin. Secy. J.
H. Nolan, 923 Edmond Ins. Secy.. J. P.
Connolly, 87 Winnipeg Treas., fc A.
Rafferty, 471 Aurora Ave.: Med. Exam.,
Dr. McKeon and Dr. McNevin. Meetings
are held on first and third Thursday of
month in Hibernian hall.
„.ciur5t?,. President, A. J. Powers. 81«
W. 2nd St.
Division No. 1, Duluth—Pres., 11. J.
Harney, 819 E. 6th St. Vice Pres., J. J.
•Higgms, 412 2nd Ave. W. Rec. Secy.,
Frank McGirl, 304 E. 6th St Sin. Secy^
A. J. Powers, 210 W. 2nd St. Ins. Secy.,
A. J. Powers, 210 W. 2nd St.: Treas., Ed
ward Curry, 107 W. 5th St. Med. Exam.,
Dr. E.
Fahey, 216 New Jersey Bldg,
Meetings are held on first and third Wed
nesday of month in Cathedral hall. 2nd
Ave. W. and 4th St.
Division No. 4, West Duluth Pres.,
W. B. Godfrey, 4807 W. 6th St. vie*
pres., Frank Sears, 1012 N. 65th Ave. W.
Rec. Sec., John J. Scanlon. 209 N. 53rd
Ave. W. Fin. Sec. and Ins. Sec., James
Connolly, 114 N. 63rd Ave. W. Treas.,
P. H. McGraw, 216 S. 67 th Ave. W. Med.
Exam.. Dr. Chas. H. Payette, 6 Silvey
Blk. Meetings held on first Tuesday of
each month in Gllley's hall.
County President, F. j. Leonard. Jor*
dan, Miiin.
Division No. 1, Belle Blaine—Pres., Dr.
G. R. Moloney, Belle Plaine Vies Pres.,
James i. Kelley, Belie Plaine Rec. Secy.,
H. B. Conicn, Belle Plaine Fin. Secy*
Jas. H. stratton. Belle Plaine Ins. Secy.,
Jas. H. Stratton, Belle Pi
alii Treas.,
John F. Ciarke, Belle Plaine Med. Exam..
Dr. G. R. Moloney, Belle Plaine. Meet*
ings are held on first Sunday of month in
Fraternity hall. Belle Plaine. Minn.
County President, George C. Toher.
Owatoniia, Minn.
Division No. 1, Owatonno—President,
John S. Brick, Owatonna Vice Pres.,
James E. yuinn, Owatonna Rec. Secy.,
J. E. Malone, Owatonna Fin. Secy„ J. B.
Malone, Owatonna Ins. Secy., J. E. Ma
lone Treas., John Hogan Med. Kxam.,
G. G. Morehouse. Meetings are held on
first Friday of month in Odd Fellows hall*
N. Cedar St.
County President, D. F. McDennott,
Clontarf, Minn.
Division No. 1, Clontarf—Pres., Wm. M.
Kenna, Clontarf Vice Pres., P. J. Mc
Carthy, Clontarf Rec. Secy., A. Kava
naugh, Clontarf Fin. Secy., Leo O'Neill,
clontarf Ins. Secy., M. E. Conlogue,
Clontarf Treas., Wm. Duggan, Clontarf
Med. Exam., Dr. Daignault, Benson. Meet
ings are held on first Sunday of month
in A. o. H. hall, Clontarf.
County President, M. J. Ryan, 3M HL
King St.. Winona.
Division No. 1—President, P. J. Barlow,
105 E. King St. Vice Pres., M. J. Lynch,
514 Washington St. Rec. Secy., M. S.
Ryan, 364 E. King St. Fin. Secy., J. A.
McMillan, 328 W. Howard St. Ins. Seoy.,
J. A. McMillan, 328 W. Howard St. Treas
M. J. Ryan. 364 B. King St. Med. Exam.,
Dr. George J. Tweedy, 78 E. Third St.
Meetings are held on second and tourtla
Thursday of month in St Thomas hall.
County President, Miss Mary Boylan*
1826 14U1 Ave. S.
Division No. 1, Minneapolis—Pres., Mrc.
Mary Muivihill, 707 University Ave. N.
E. Vice Pres., Mrs. Theresa Jordan, 3221
.Longfellow Ave. So. Rec. Secy., Mrs.
Mary bane, 803 16th Ave. No. Fin. Secy.,
Mrs. Kath. Casey, 252 Fremont Ave. No.
ins. Secy., Miss Mary Harvey, 2328 7th
St. So. Treas., Mrs. Clara Ryan, 67 Hoi
den Ave. Med. Exam., Dr. Rose V. Tor
eile, 835 Andrus Bldg. Meetings are held
on second and fourth Monday of month
in A. O. U. W. hall, 17 So. 7th St.
Division No. 2, Minneapolis—Pres., Mrs.
P. L. Collins, 4207 Vincent Ave. Vic*
Pres., Alice Crowley Rec. Secy., Marx
O'Keefe, 409 6th Ave. N. E. Fin. Secy.,
Alice Flnnegan, 121 1st Ave. N. E. Ins.
Secy., Margaret Sullivan, 759 Washington
St. N.
ings are held on first Sunday and fourth
Tuesday of month in 1. O. O. F. hall. 22nd
and Central Aves.
Pres., John Spence, Montgomery, Rfd"
Rec. Secy., C. D- McCarthy, Montgomery
Ins. Secy.. D. A.. Hanlon, Montgomery
Treas., P. J. Keohen Med. Exam., j.
White. Meetings are held on second Sun
day of month in Van & Pet. hall. Mont
County President, p. M. Cauley, Currie,
^Division No. 1, Avoca—Pres., M.
Sr„ Fulda Vice Pres., Edw. FltzgerlSS*
Fulda: Reo. Secy., M. E. Cullen, Fulda
Fin. feecy., J. J. Crowley, Avoca Ins
Secy., Wm. Nagle. Avoca Treas.,' J. a
Flvnn. Avoca Med. Exam, M. A.
Avoca. Meetings are held on first and
third Sundays of month in A. O. H. half
County President. Thos. Burke, Ells
Cary Ins. Sec., James Burke Treas..
Thos. Sweeney Med. Exam.. Dr. Cress.
Meltings held on first Wednesday of
month In school halt
Orantjr President. T. J. Doyle. 485-417
Treas., Mary Hill, ^408 7th St.
S. E. Med. Exam., Dr. Phelan, St. An
thony Bank Bldg. Meetings are held on
first and third Mondays of month in
Workman's hall, 310 Central Ave.
Division No. 3, Minneapolis—Pres., Mrs.
Annie Dugan, 1839 Bryant Ave. No.
Vice Pres., Nellie Webster, 1619 Emerson
Ave. No. Kec. Secy. Miss Mary Hart,
1033 3rd St. No. Fin. Secy., Mrs. Kath
erine Ryan, 809 University Ave. N. E.
Ins. Secy., Mrs. M. L. McBreen, 2024
Aldricu Ave. No. Treas., Miss Irene
Hughes, 1U15 3rd St. No. Med. Exam., Dr.
Mclaughlin, Pillsoury Bldg. Meetings
are Held on first and third Tuesdays of
month In Lodge hall, 3rd st. and Plym
outh Ave. No.
Division No. 4, Minneapolis—Pres.. Mrs.
Hanna O'Brien, 253u 16th Ave. So. Vico
Pres., Mrs. Delia Dicaenson, 2607 17 th
Ave. So. Rec. Secy., Mrs. Mary Trow,
2606 18th Ave. So. Fin. Secy., Mrs. An
na Jonnston, 2649 12th Ave. So.
Secy., Miss Bessie Melianey, 2114 17th
Ave. So. Treas., Mrs. Eliza Leonard.
2644 13th Ave. So. Med. Exam., Dr. J.
P. Barber, 504 Syndicate Black. Meet
ings are held on first and third Thursdays
of month in Viking hall, corner of Thir
teenth and Franklin aves.
Division No. 5, Minneapolis—Pres., Mar
garet Mullen, 2209 Dupont Ave. No. Vice
Pres., Ellen Gleason, 2507 Emerson Ave.
No. Rec. Secy., Mary Morrissey, ma
Dupont Ave. N. Fin. Secy., Maria Jor
dan, 2719 Emerson Ave. Ins. Secy..
I'krinii QWJli I'No.
*t! S
and 20th Aves. No. Meetings are held o.i
second and fourth Thursdays of month,
in Young hall, corner 20th and Dupont
Aves. No.
Division No. 7. Minneapolis—Pres..
Mary J. Waddick, 2536 Taylor St. N. E.
Vice Pres., Mary Reed, 282d Polk St. N.B.
Rec. Secy., Alice 4emlin, 953 26th Ave.
N. E. Fin. Secy., Margaret Moran, 2301
Madison St. N. E. Ins. Secy., Mary Ir
a in, 833 3rd Ave. N. E. Treas., Kath
arine Burns, 916 27th Ave. N. E. Med.
Exam., Dr. M. F. Maguire, 2339 Central
Ave. Meetings are held on first and third
Wednesdays of month in 1. O. O. F. ha 11
23rd and Central Aves.
Division No. 9, Minneapolis—Pres., Mary
Turner, 1218 Jefferson St. N. E. Vice
Pres., Margaret Kelly, 1615 7th St. S. E.
Rec. Secy.. Mary Coughiin, 251 Western
Ave. Fin. Secy., Mary Cronin. 314 13th
Ave. N. E. Ins. Secy., Mary Cronin, 314
13th Ave. N. E. Treas.. Margaret Teir
ney, 219 8th Ave. N. E. Med. Exam.. R.
P. O'Brien, 608 Nicollet Ave. Meetings
are held on first Thursday of month in
O. o. F. hall, 4th St. and Central
County President, Mrs. E. Conroy. 86S
St. Clair St., SL Paul.
Division No. 2, St. Paul—Pres., Mar-
Carey 903 W. Central Ave. Vice
res.. Mrs. Anna Moynaugh, 698 Carroll
St. Rec. Secy., Miss Margaret Clarke
107 Litchfield Ave. Fin. Secy., Mrs. Marl
aret McGuire. Fuller St. Ins. Secy.
Mary Nolan, 923 W. Edmund St.:
Treasurer, Mrs. Mary Wagner, 528 Vlr-
lnia Ave. Med. Exam., Dr. Chaa.
Meade, Moore Bldg., Seven Cornera
Meetings are held on 2nd and 4tli Wed
nesday of month in Hibernian hall 7th
and Franklin.
Division No. 3, St. Paul—Pres. Mlu
Johanna Cook, 69 E. 11th St. Vice Prei^
Mrs. M-rV Kenny, 696 Conway St.: r,/
Secy., Mrs. Doretta McManus. 468 Carrol
Ave. Fin. Secy., Mrs. Elizabeth MoNailv
683 Pine St. Irs. Secy., Mrs. Elizabeffi
Hoffman, 812 West Central Ave. Treas/
Mrs. Mary Marshall. 895 Carroll Ave.?
Med. Exam.. Dr. W. P. O'Mallev. LoWry
Annex. Meetings are held on tho first
and third Thursdays ot month in Hlber-

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