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H,r If .... 8 7 •i £T, News from ANTRIM. Mr. J. R. McAlery, son of Mr. J. M. McAlery, Belfast, has been appointed sectional as well as constructive engi neer on the Central Argentina Rail way, his headquarters being Cordoba, where he has resided for the past four years, having charge of the building of the great new station there. The total tonnage of vessels arriv ing in the port of Belfast for the period from January to June de creased, according to the harbor mas ter's report, by 145,651 tons, as com pared with the corresponding period of last year. The decrease represent ed 79,574 tons in Cross-Channel and coastwise traffic, and 66,079 tons in foreign ships. ARMAGH. A verdict of death from internal hemorrhage and shock, but adding that there was not sufficient evidence to show how it was caused, was re turned at an inquest on John Crans town, Ballyleavey, Richhiil, near Ar magh. CAVAN. Died—At his residence, 313 Staple ton road, Bristol, England, Philip Flood, M.D., youngest son of the late John Flood, C.E., Castlerahan, County Cavan. CLARE. A big exodus from West Clare, prin cipally the young men of the farming class from the rural districts, left the Kilrush Terminus recently en route for America, and were seen off by a large number of friends. Pending the election of a new clerk, in room of Mr. T. Frost, resigned, Miss Georgina Frost, liis daughter, was elected temporary Petty Sessions Clerk for Sixmilebridge. County Clare. CORK. A new church at Taur, nearly six miles irom Newmarket, was dedicated by the Most Rev. Dr. Browne, Cloyne, on June 12. It is only tliree years since the project of building the church was started. It was pushed forward vigorously by Kev. Father Corbett, Adm., and Rev. J. Couglilan, C.C. The design of the church was by Mr. 1-lynes, architect, Cork. His lordship, in the course of an address, said the edifice far exceeded his an ticipations. Among those who had the happiness of receiving the black veil at a recent profession ceremony in the Bon Se cour Convent, Paris, was Miss Madge O'Sullivan, 3 Rose Ville, Old Black rock road, Cork. Compensation measured at £75 was granted by the Recorder of Cork to Patrick Pigott, Kerry Pike, for the loss of his son, James I'igott, a van man, who was killed while in tlie em ployment of the defendant, Timothy Collins, baker, 303 North .Main street, Cork. CAR LOW. An action, which was brought to re cover damages for personal injuries, was recently settled after the jury had been sworn, the terms being that the defendant pay plaintiff ,Ci00 for dam ages and cost. The plaintiff is mana ger of the firm of T. M. Richards & Co., Carlow. and the defendant is a farmer in the County Carlow. On June 14, on the public road between Athy and Carlow, the defendant, who was driving a motor car, and the plaintiff, who was riding a motor cycle, came into violent collision. The plaintiff's injuries were severe, one of his legs having been fractured in two places and several ribs having been broken. DONEGAL. For £35 lis., interest in lieu of rent, the Irish Land Commission and Mar garet V. Black were granted leave by Mr. Justice Kenny to issue execution against Mr. Eugene McLaughlin of Gortnacool, Drumaville, County Done gal. The civil bill decree for the amount had been removed into the King's_ Bench. Mr.' Hungerford, in structed by Mr. Joseph Loughrey, ap peared for the plaintiffs. The Guardians accepted the tender of Messrs. Fisher & Sons, Newry, for the supply of 50 tons of coal deliv ered at the workhouse at 30s. 7M d. per ton. •v. Died—At Tudor Park, Hollywood, z,County Down, Annie, eldest daughter of the late William Maguire. J' ,1. DOWN. 5^ Bern&rd Tierney of Aghakinduff, brought a testamentary civil bill tinst Thomas Hughes of Tullyglush, -Patrick Tierney of Findrum, the named in the blleged will of irfiard Tierney, who died at Fin pii November 23, 1913. The i"qfter hearing the evidence of 563TECUTORS I^HUghes and James McCullough of the will, and Bernard Michael Tierney and John In opposition, declared the null and void- E ^.resolution of protest ^passed at a meeting In vthe Derry County Board the Carson appoint |^X«trtyn said, though the Wilt *k -it "v Ireland Liberals had made many professions of the justice of Ireland's claim to self-government, and registered them by passing the Home Rule Act, they had left the Act there and disap peared. They had now to ask how did Ireland stand with Sir E. Carson and "Galloper" Smith in the Ministry. The outlook could hardly be described as hopeful. He advised that they must be prepared for all emergencies. At Derry Petty Sessions recently the driver of a traction engine was summoned for having used a locomo tive not constructed on the principle of consuming its own smoke, or with apparatus to prevent the escape of sparks and the dropping of live em bers and cinders on the public road. The police evidence was that the en gine was emitting thick black smoke and was a nuisance. A fine of os. and costs was imposed. DUBLIN. An interesting test of the training of blind students was given lately in the Technical Schools, Parnell Square, in presence of an interested gathering, which included Sir Horace Plun kett, M.P., and Mr. T. W. Russell. The system used is the inven tion of Father R. M. Ryan, and con sists of writing on either thin alumi num or prepared paper, the reading being done through the sense of touch from the reverse side. The Sydney "Freeman" reports that a very cordial welcome was extended to Very Rev. Father Cullen, late of Castleknock, at the Bethlehem College, by the Sisters of Charity and their pupils, on his arrival in succession to Rev. Father O'Reilly, as vice-provincial of the Vincentian Order in Australia, and mentions that he is also taking pastoral charge of Ashflela, on the resignation through ill health, of Very Rev. Father Gannon. An excellent musical program was submitted on the occasion. Died—June 15, at St. Joseph's Asy lum for Male Blind, Drumcondra, Brother Cyril John Clancy, in the six ty-second year of his age and twenty fifth of his religious life.—June 15, at the residence of her sister, Mrs. Mar shall, 42 Villiers road, Rathgar, Eliza beth Agnes, second daughter of the late Henry M. Duffy, C.E., General Valuation Department, Ireland.—June 14, Luke Kavanagh, 107 Mount Pleas ant Buildings, eldest son of the late Michael Kavanagh, Stephen's place, aged GO years.—At his residence, 6 Mallin's terrace, Harold's Cross, Jo seph Birkett, an old and respected member of Amalgamated Society, of House Painters.—June 15, at his resi dence, 5 St. Peter's road, Phibsbor ougli, Michael Moynihan.—Jrtne 15, at 101 drove Park, Rcthmines, Thomas McCann. FERMANAGH. A very prety wedding took place recently in the Catholic Church, Bal laghameehan. The contracting parties were Miss Sara Kate Eamcs, daughter of Mr. Patrick Eames, Kinkillew, Man orhamilton, and brother of Mr. John Games, N.T., HallaghameelKtn, and Mr. Joseph McGourty, Fassagh, Belleek, County Fermanagh. GALWAY. Deep regret is felt in Gal way at the death, after a day's illness, of Mr. P. J. Kelly, newsagent, tobacconist and vintner, William street. Deceased was only 35 years of age. He was well known as distributing agent for the Dublin papers, and was noted for his generosity to the city Catholic churches and to various charities. The Most Rev. Dr. Higgins, Auxil iary Bishop of Tuain, administered Confirmation in Dunmore. County Gal way, to three hundred and fifty chil dren. KERRY. Messrs. M. J. Flavin, W. Field and Mr. Coglilan Briscoe, were the chief speakers at a meeting in Ballybunion to protest against the action of the Scottish Provident Company in respect sf certain tenants in the town. Three bands attended. Very Rev. Canon Ful er who presided, resented proposed increases of rent, and asked the peo ple to stand by those threatened with eviction. A resolution promising sup port was passed. Mr. Flavin quoted the increases as extending from 650 per cent to 1,800 per cent, and Br. Bris coe said the law in a case of this sort was an outrage, and what was threat ened was an attempt to revive "the methods of the Crowbar Brigade." The case, raid Mr. Field, was an urgent one, and a fair rent arrangement was the only one that would meet it. It was agreed to establish a branch of the Town Tenants' League and Canon Fuller accepted the chairmanship. KILKENNY. A remarkable old man has passed away in the person of James Corr of Kilcash, who died at the age of 93. Up to the last he retained all his faculties absolutely unimpaired, and his manner of describing the stirring scenes of '48 and subsequent years was the delight of all who love to listen to the stories of the past. A large attendance of his neighbors followed the old man's re mains to Kilcash Churchyard. At the recent County Wexford Feis, held at Enniscorthy, the Qraigue Tem- Vgffjf Mr ,.vV^ sS ''.' 'V^/ perance Band was awarded the first prize in the brass band competition open to all Ireland. KINGS. Judgment for the defendants was given by Mr. Justice Boyd in an action in the King's Bench by the Oliver Ma chinery'Company, Manchester, against Messrs. Alesbury Bros., Edenderry, for £55 10s. 3d. The defense was that a chain mortiser, for which £48 was claimed had been warranted capable of mortising hubs of wheels faster and tnore efficiently than that in use by the defendants. The jury found a war ranty had been given, and that the machine was not up to it. Died—June 15, in Dublin, Margaret, younger daughter of the late John Magee, Main street, Birr. KILDARE. At a meeting of the South Kildare Agricultural Society held in Athy, Mr. M. J. Minch, J. P., presiding, it was decided owing to the war, to abandon the show this year. The question of holding the Flower Show was left to the decision of the ladies of the Horti cultural Committee. At Athy Petty Sessions Mr. A. K. Pennycook was sworn in a magistrate for County Kildare. Died—June 13, at her residence, Main street, Leixlip, Kate, the belov ed wife of John Sheridan. LONGFORD. Died—June 16, at a private hospital, Dublin, James O'Brien, merchant, Bal 1 ina more, and late of Killoe, County Longford. LOUTH. The Oireachtas for All-Ireland Gael ic Festival is to be held at Dundalk on Sunday, July 25. The Oireachtas is the great musical and industrial festi val organized by the Gaelic League, and it brings crowds of visitors from ail parts of Ireland, England and Scotland. On the opening day it is stated that there will be a greater number of pipers' bands assembled in Dundaik than ever before in any cen ter in Ireland. An industrial exhibi tion on a very big scale is also being organized. In St. Mary's Catholic Church, Dro gheda, on June 15, His Lordship, the Most Rev. Dr. Gaughran, Bishop of Meath, administered the Sacrament of Confirmation to over 200 pupils of all the schools in the parish: St. Mary's Convent Schools, St. Mary's National Boys'- Schools and Girls' Schools, and Doneycarney, etc. A large congregation were present in the church during the examination of the children and the administration of the Sacrament, which was concluded at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. LIMERICK. Notice has been given by Limerick (!as Committee that the price will at the end of the month be 5s. per 1,000 cubic feet, net, the increase being ren dered necessary by the enhanced price of coal. This is the second advance within the last couple of months, the last incrense bringing the price up to 3s. 8d. per 1,000 cubic feet. The Limerick Guardians by 39 to 5 votes have passed a superannuation allowance to Dr. Brennan, on his re tirement from the medical dispensary district of Coolecasey, wliich he filled for 38 years. LEITRIM. The annual meeting of the Leitrim County Council was held on June 14, and the council decided to strike the rates for the county in accordance with the estimates submitted to the council on February 17 last. Three applications were reecived for the po sition of assistant surveyor for North l.eitrim. at a salary of £100 per an num, and Mr. James O'Brien, Manor hamilton, was unanimously appointed on the motion of. Mr. John O'Rourke, Drumkeeran. MAYO. Mr. M. F. Kelly, Principal, Kee logues National School, has been pro moted to the highest section of First Grade of National Teachers by the Commissioners of National Education. The news of Mr. Kelly's well-deserved promotion will be read with pleasure not only in Mayo, but in many parts of the United States and Great Brit ain, where some of his pupils hold re sponsible positions. At the Convent of Mercy, Castlebar, the reception has taken place of Miss Norah Healy, in religion Sister Mary Joseph Rose, daughter of Mr. Martin Healy, Killylea, Ballyhaunls. The ceremony was performed by Most Rev. Dr. Higgins. At Gormanagh, Balla, last week Mr. M. Kelly, auctioneer, Castlebar, put up for sale a holding of land contain ing thirty-six statute acres for Mr. M. J. Henegan, Chicago, who held at a yearly rent of £7 14s. 4L Mr. Kelly realized the very high price of £640, with five per cent auctioneer's fees, the purchaser being Mr. McHugh, Mayo, Abbey. MONAGHAN. On Sunday, June 13, a Gaelic foot ball match was held at Clones and a large number of people came to the town by motors and bicycles. At a special meeting of the Monag han Guardians, Mr.. P. Kieran, chair man, presiding, Dr.C. Ward, a native of Donaghmoyne, County Monaghan, was unanimously appointed medical officer of the Scotstown dispensary district at a salary of £120 per year, with extras for vaccination, reglstra- '1 THE IRISH STANDARD. tion fees, etc. There was only one ap plicant tor the position. MEATH. James Gallagher of Carnisle, Kil dalkey, County Meath, a prominent Gael, met his death in a tragic manner on June 14, as the result of r. gun acci dent. Relieving Officers Kenny, Reilly and Brien reported satisfactorily concern ing the condition of boarded-out chil dren to the Dunsliaughlin Board of Guardians. Satisfactory? reports re garding their educational progress were also supplied by Mr. P. Murphy, N. T., Dunshaughlin Miss B. Mulli gan, N. T., Dunshaughlin, and Miss A. Conlln, N. T., Dunboyne. QUEENS. The Queens County Council on Mon day coopted Mr. Denis Booth by 11 votes to 10 for Mr. Denis O'Shaughnes sy, junior, to fill the vacancy on the council caused by the disqualification of Mr. Denis ,6'ShaMghnessy, senior. RO8COMMON. Much regret has been occasioned by the death of Mr. Mathew J. Flanagan, J. P., of Tomora House, County Ros common, which occurred after a some what protracted illness, at the age of 6% years. The deceased was for a num ber of years a popular land commis sioner. He was the eldest son of the late Mr. Frank Flanagan, one of the most extensive sheep breeders in Ireland. Replying to Mr. Francis Meehan, Mr. Birrell said recently he was not aware that the Arigna Colliery Board have threatened to close down the mines, but he understood iliat certain ques tions have arisen in regard to their management which it is suggested might lead to that result. He did not think that he coulti usefully intervene in the matte'r. 8LIGO. A most enjoyable function took place on Sunday evening, June 13, in Summerhill College. Sligo, when prior to the summer vacntion, His Lordship, Most Rev. Dr. Coyne, distributed prizes to the successful students of the col lege. On the occusion the college authorities entertained His Lordship the Bishop, the cleruy of the deanery, and A large and distinguished audi ence to a most interesting concert. Died—Peter, third son of Peter Cul len, merchant, Collmmey, Sligo. TYRONE. At the Sisters of Charity Convent, Lady Lane, Waterfonl, on June 14, the death took place of Sister Mary Ro muald McGinn, a^ 69 years. The deceased, who was 45 years in relig ion, was the daughter of the late Mr. Michael McGinn. Omagh. Mr, Bernard Kodgers' house and farm in the Tmvnland of Ballykeel, were recently offered for sale. The farm contains ::2a. lr. 30p„ statute measure, and the half-yearly instal ment is £5 ITs. lid. Mr. John Kelly, Sixmilecross, was the purchaser at £1,255. The fifth annual' session of the Irish Summer School at Greencastle, one bf the most charming and picturesque'dis tricts in the County Tyrone, will be continued during the month of July. TIPPERARY. South Tipperary Technical Commit tee held a special meeting to consider a letter front the department requiring the committee to finance a scheme out of £900 accumulated balances. Rev. Canon Sheehy, chairman, said it was not fair for the department to re fuse the annual grant and compel them to use funds accumulated through the committee's economy and careful management. It was decided to reserve £900 for buildings for technical pur poses, and ask the department to al low the annual .m »nt as usual. Early on Wednesday morning, June 16, a fire in Fethard Military Barracks destroyed the building, which was of galvanized iron, 30x15 feet square. A quantity of meats, cigarettes and gro ceries were destroyed. Died—Sunday, June 13, at Glenmor gan, near Clonmel, Lucy Evelyn O' Brien. At Gurtnaskea, Upper Church, Thurles, Mrs. Johanna- Clancy, aged 80 yearB.' WESTMEATH. Mullingar U. I. L. Branch has pass ed resolutions against conscription, asking that the Vlster Division be sent to the front and protesting against Sir E. Carson's appointinent. At the last meeting in Mullingar of the Westmeath County Council, Mr. J. P. Dowdall, chairman, presiding, the under-sheriff wrote asking the council to carry out certain repairs at Mullin gar Courthouse. County Court Judge Drummond, he added, had directed his attention to the matter in question when In Mullingar at the recent Quar ter Sessions. It was decided to invite tenders. At the last meeting in Mullingar of the Joint Committee of Management, of the Mullingar District Insane Asy lum, Mr. E. A. Shaw, Go. C., was, on the motion of Mr. J. J. Coen, J. P., sec onded by Mr. William O'Neill, unani mously re-elected chairman of the Asy lum Board. Mr. Coeh paid a tribute to the satisfactory manner in which Mr. Shaw had filled the position of chairman. Mr. sha#». in returning thanks, said he felt gratified to be able to say that during his four years of office as chairman he'^ltad been absent only from one meet&g.' Mr. T. W. De laney, C. S., Longfordi[«*s unanimous ly re-elected vice clugngpiu E 0 WATERFORD. Coffey, P. P., Tramore, uncle of the bride, assisted by Rev. Pierse Hearne, msuranc St. Mary's, Clonmel, brother of the R£.h®»ter. bridegroom, May, only daughter of Mr. Michael Connolly, Park, Kilsheelan, and William, son of Mr. A. C. Hearne, Glen, Kilsheelan. WEXFORD. About forty Wexfordmen of the la boring class left the town for. South Wales, where employment has been secured for them through the local La bor Exchange. The men include about one-half the number from Wexford and the district who were thrown out of work a couple of weeks ago in conse quence of the strike at Kynoch's, Ark low. The New Ross District Council pass ed a resolution making canvassing for positions under the council by candi dates' friends a disqualification for such a candidate. At a meeting of the Kilmore, County Wexford, Farmers' Association, a reso lution was passed in reference to the detention of Irish cattle at English landing ports, asking that this rule be abolished, as it inflicted great hard ship and suffering on live stock, espe cially young lambs. In the course of a discussion on the subject, it was stat ed that Ireland was free from the dis- In making an application to the New Ross District Council for the vacant position of assistant clerk a candidate informed the council that the idea of offering a man £40 a year and expect ing him to dress decently and fit to ap pear before gentlemen on that sum was a farce. The letter provoked mucb laughter. Died—June 13, New street, Ennis corthy, Kate Kelly, aged 75 years at Templescoby, Ennlscorthy, Eileen Mary Patricia (Baby), youngest daugh ter of Mr. Michael J. Furlong, J. P., Templescoby, ag^d 7 years. WICKLOW. London, July 1.—Premier Asquith Su.1.Vth:^BM,n Married—At St. Peter's, Bray, with Papal blessing, by the Rev. J. Mc Guirk, Denis M., only son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Wilson, 234 Bedford road, Rock Ferry, to Josephine Philomena, young- ingS0.UMlnnPreBl,ent' est daughter of the late Robert G. Barton and Mrs. Barton, Dargle road Bray. net /"I TMtvld.1 a*. Rev. John A. Vinbert, S.S., of St. Patrick's Seminary, Menlo Park, San second and fourth Francisco, celebrated on June 17 the golden jubilee of his ordination to the holy priesthood. DARDANELLES LOSSES. announced in the house of commons Bevans, 2515 Chicago'Ave. this afternoon that the British naval ries!V4i6°8th*Ave HMST^vj1, pV The figures showing the killed, wounded ahd missing by officers and men follow: Killed. Wounded. Missing. Officers ..... 495 1,134 92 Men 6,927 23,542 6,445 Totals 7,422 24,676 6,537 That load becomes light which is cheerfully borne. June 30 was the fifty-fourth anni versary of the ordination of His Emi nence Cardinal Gibbons. Miss Mary Pickford, acknowledged to be the greatest actress in the mov ing picture line, is a recent convert to Catholicity. NATIONAL OFFICERS. pwa* R?nt~J°*eph Dow"1'St i\ I A MoI™*hlln. NATIONAL DIRECTORS. John E. Healey, Delaware. Thomas J. Mathews, Rhode Island. New Jersey. Jfne* Clancy, Michigan. Myles F. McPartland, New Tort STATE OFFICER8—MINNESOTA. St^Pauf. J" D0yU' Bn®cot* Stfllwater^ Co||roy. Married—On June 16, at Holy Cross -"no Auditing committee Margaret Scott, Church, Tramore, by Very Rev. Canon Margaret Sullivan, Minneapolis St. Paul Mary J. Reilly, Bralnerd. Auditing Committee Margaret Scott, Danl 0..111 Elizabeth McNally, St. Paul. In«uranc« Secretary Margaret DIVISION OFFICERS A. O. H.—TIME AND PLACE OF MEETINQ. ANOKA COUNTY. Anoka!'MlnnT"1(lent' !J M. HandalL Meetings held S?ateraity hIj? and th,rd AAve, and military losses in the operations gUroe, 2218 8th Ave. 'k E? Re*' Sec™ at the Dardanelles up to May 31 ag- Ins. C^ltyleaf *73?' JeSewSn gregated 38,635 officers and men. N YeSec..Vice VLO« A. Grady, Stillwater. Insurance Treasurer—Margaret Sullivan, State Medical Director Dr. E. W. Buckley, St. Paul. Directors of Insurance Fund'— Nellie Curran, Minneapolis Annie Conroy, St. Paul Josephine Hagerty, Shteldsvllle Anna WlUesen, Duluth Margaret Nolan, St» FftUL Auditing Committee Ellen McGrath, Kennedy.-St Cloud Nel lie McCoil, St. Paul. John H. P' Cotem«- Division No. 1, Anoka—Pres., William L- Ward Vice Pres., John L. Green Rec. Sec., Charles EL Green Fin. See.' jMcArdle Ins. Sea, James He Ardte Treas., John Ward Med. Exam iners, j. Frank and A. T. Cain*, month in Woodman Hall at p. m. BIG STONE COUNTY. Gsx^r1 &®p., Tr.? m- j- McD°nMu. Division No* 1, Qracevllle—Pfa. An drew B. Shea vicePte%.. Tp TnlMr' Se% Jeremiah Scanlon Fin. See.! Q1rntaty,uln® Sec- C. P. GiniSS er^'r n1" Dln5af,y: Me5- Bzamln- Th»wd*y t- I«O" T" T* D0,5N' In?" aSf" at BLUB EARTH. County President, P. J. McQrath m.ai J»» Lake County Vice President.' Sudd Coughlin, Mankato County -Secretary ashWaas.'sS^Ht a*****'' m* Sullivan, Madison Lake* Pm W. A. Lyon* 'Madlwn ffi Pin McQrath, Madison like lj£ Sh-P«CS,nnor' Madison Med. Examiner, Dr. .OB •ISP"4 and fourth Sundays^ ™*th In Woodman's h&, M.M CROW WING COUNTY. President. Wm. Barron, 414 F°",rth-Ave,, Bralnerd, Minn. Division No. 1,. Bralnerd President Hugh Breason, 609 Klngwood St" vEii Pres.. H. H. McCaff£^ 216 N. Irt S? FhL 811 N- 8th St 61* N. 9th St Tr^ & Brady, 61« N. »th §t aens State Bank Bldg." ItoeuSS Ire hrtd ff KLCa Haa fourtS DAKOTA COUNTY T' Mo™n H«t Division No. 1, Hastings—Dlv. Pres. ass\»8KrW5? F?n- |e.C«* HMtffiiS, JB£: in?" rSS" ... ,... in A. O. U. W. Hall s*: dW5,5? Phlladel- C.mfoen, Md,nt-^trick Cannon, Treasurer—N. W. Delaney, Illfnof. ^Secretary-Philip j. Sullivan. Conneoti- Bldg.. President—A. J. Powers, Duluth. r^,^ffn^2c5e aryw.P- J* O'Donnell, SSOO Longfellow Ave., Minneapolis. Sheehy, Montgomery. villi Chaplain—Rev. P. j. Fox, Janes- T. In"urai,0^-Tholn" Welch. State Treasurer Insurance John Sheehy, Montgomery. State Medical Director—Dr. J. V. O'Con nor, st. Paul Director of Insurance Fund John Moran, Minneapolis E. J. McManus, St. Paul P. L. Cummins* .Minneapolis J. ®. Corcoran, St. Paul Thomas Welch, Stillwater. Jolly. Pawtucket, R. I. National Vice President—Miss B. A. Mahoney, Calumet, Mich. National Secretary—Mrs. Adelia Chris ty. Cleveland, Ohio. National Treasurer Mrs. Mary Connolly, Syracuse, N. Y. STATE OFFICERS—L. A.^A. O. H. rouirn aonoan President Mrs. Mary a Daley, 1IM Hall, at S p. m. Central Ave., MlnneapoUs. Vlc« President—Miss May E. HammlU Duluth. Secretary Ella Keating, 147 Pleas ant Aye., St. PsoL Treasurer MIssMaiT'Ooocaa.Fari banlt Board of Dtrsetewi Msry M. SoOlva*. TreM'' N®: —President, L!nden aV?'. H1«». 9um5ln*a, NO. 10—President, F. D. been ey, 802 26th Ave. N. E. Vice Pres., Q. J. Fin. Sec., John Moran, 905 27th Ave N E-:Rec.Sec.. T. F. Lynch, 1028 29th Ave' St EreaS" Gormley, 2727 Taylor LB SUEUR COUNTY. Su?uUrnt&inre8ldent- Ja°°^ Q,Bh' j*?- Saturday, July 17, ',1915: --"-^p." President, John F. Scanlon, 1826° 14th A^eeSsent' Ina Sec., Jas. Bdw- S' J#ft* I -r St N. Treas., Michael'Lydon7m"°? 4th St John Mensl Washington Ave. N.: Vies Pru Jas. T. Houlihan, 1383 17th Ave N •Hee Sec.. Edw. Delaney. 1500 Jamw Art N- CTn. Sec.. P. Kinnane, 2021 jJlr^a Ave S-. '"a Sec., I. Rice, 2608 Lyndale Ave N. Treas., Thos. McConvllle, 14r4 4th St! Division No. 6—President T. Dnrmv ViceeprMUS'wl0wte t?10' J'xM,nneapoIIs Rou%NoS'2. Minnea^faT Qleaeon, Linden Hills, Route No 2* Mini Mliuieapeoflsey' RoSte^ ml^'^o^th^'irVic^ .Rosooe.„Sll Nicollet Ave. Sec., Leon-! «d FarreH. 2119 Cedar Avi. Fin Sec Sheridan, 4521 80th Ave. S. Treas" 2720 Hth Ave. S. Division No. 7—President. S fihan. non, 482 University Ave. N? E." ViT, Pres., Jas. McHugh Rec. Sec., Thos. Pen ntilion ii 17 CtiJ' F* c9®w,n: TreaS"' J" MoM*hon, Le M52t.?om«ryjrI5'es., D.-M^rthVrvTcerSeSrH^FT^id?: .°V E5~ Olarkin Fin. Sec.. D. A. Hanlon Ins. See., D. A. Hanlon Treat., P. J. Keohen Med. Examiner, Dr. James McKeon. Meetings are held on first Sun day of month In Catholic School Hall. MURRAY COUNTY. Division No. 2, Currle—Pres.. M. m. Keary Vice Pres., Miles Tormey Rec. See., B. J. Cauley Fin. Sec., J. J. Gor man Treas., Joa Byrne Ins. Sec.. J. Gorman Chaplain, Rev. Chas. Cavan naugh Med. Examiner, Dr. W. E. Patter son. Meetings held the third Saturday of each month In Gorman's Hall, Currle, Minn. NOBLES COUNTY. County President, Thos. Burke, Ells worth. Minn. revision No. 1, EllsworthT-Pres., Mlch sel VTolloran Vice Pres., Thos. J. Fagan: Rec Sec., James Burke Fin. Sec., John Care/ Ins. Sec., James Burke Treas., Thos. Sweeney Med. Examiner, Dr. Cress. Meetings are held on second Wed nesday of each month In the church, at 7:30 p. m. A S E O N NATIONAL. OFFICERS—L. -A. A. O. H. National President Mrs. Ellen Ryan Division No. 4, St Paul—Pres., John illy. Pawtucket, R. I. W. Mulrennan. 11» Cam St* Vtoo P£. uiTiwvu «w. v* id., jonn W. Mulrennan, 11* Case St: .Vice Prea, John W. Ryan, 800 Blair 8t Rec. Sec., Thos. Donahue, 470 Charles St Fin. See.. R. J. Connolly. 189 W. 7th St Ina. Sec., J. E. Corcoran. 8 Union Block Treas., Martin J. Lee, 101 8ummlt Ave. Med. Examiner. Dr. C. G. Perry, 818 Lowry Bldg. Meeting* are held on second and fourth Mondays of .month in Hibernian ttsll MM LOUIS OOtJNTY. i- 8t. Imils oonnty County pnsM&ttf John OmoML North Uth Avwue fyt Dttfaiths HtaUL 107)4 West Cth St. Flnanolal and Imurano* f&JSiSS 1 West Itk 8tJ Kris, OIVUIOB No. 4, West Dalath. John E. Cullen, president: John Keenan, vice president P. fr. SCOTT COUNTY. S,Mltnn.PrM,,ent' F' Jsr- Division No. i. Belle Plalne—Prea iMsi$1 Moloney. Mrn/iivf. ,?y?}1er. Dr. O. K. IffifS !fS STEVENS COUNTY. rJCounty President. M. Mahoney, Ifor- 1^PreJ!ident'_ M£?HS: S2&. WHS aua"BSS: Sunday STEELE COUNTY. 0^toIlSa.5lSSe,,t' dtt Lake McNamara, Eacle tS"! Qeor** c- To»»er. SWIFT COUNTY, Pre8,dent—D. F. McDermott, & ln^L o? H? Ha°£ Sunday of moat* WINONA COUNTY. KlWtT, $fnin!nt, Ji- J- 201 Sea, Join Dufu, f?5 w4Ss&ok! !si' Lynch, 614 Washington St.: Trau. Ryan, 264 £. King StT: Med. Kxam rw' WASECA COUNTY. s^unty President. J. P. Coughlin, Wa- LlHjr. £.!r,.en' Hastings. Minn. Jjna.8ec.,M. O Brien Hastings, Minn.: __ Kane Medical Examiners! ThuwdayJffSfhS5nth1"un"* HENNEPIN COUNTY. Division No. 1—President Longfellow Aye! Vice Pres" McKenna, 268 20th Ave. s. Treaa les D' J. McHugh, 2439 12th Ave. S.: Tress .7. Owens, 2425 26th Ave a Thos. O'Neill, 2429 11th Ave. g. ^n l2c British Casualties in Galllpoli Excep- ^islon^o.^^SSdS^FeiS M," tionally Heavy. Namee, 152 9th St. S. Pres? John Mason, 313 16th N. B. Reo! Sea. fVank Bulger Pin. Frank Manl McL°one at. M,M g»"rfioA^i Treas. J. E. Cullen, 1117 Harmon Place Ins. Sec., J. M™B.r°.wnr'?r, 8« l«th Ave. N. Division No. 8—President, M. C. O'Don nell, 354 Security Bank Bldg. Vice Pres Dr. Fox, 3«01 Grand Ave. S. Fln aSd Ins. Sec., J. C. Sheehan, 224 Hennenln Ave. Rec. Sec., J. H. Crlbby, 1115 Haw 7thrst. NT®" 124 Division No. 8—President, p. j. Mc- asaswaisriisrk SV^S*-.fiS5"SJa yeldon, Hopkins, Minn., R. R.** No! 1* R^R^NJ 1°"' McGannon• Hopkins, Minn. Mary AnUiony Bknk BKS^.Pf' Boylan, n"V"j.KSkMj5 Dugan. 183? Bryant Ave N Pna si" Third street 'norUif -Plymouth and ^KSy^Blt' 2«hAv?01 Ave SAfW M2# Ave N Mprrissey, 1018 14th Emerson .SeV' ,an' Maf?a ««s psvi '£x*ri-.r- !i Sri" Oraw, treasurer J. W. BothwelL Ml avenue West, recording secretary* n''1 financial ana Insurance lrer. Payette, medical exam. 'yv Jamea T. J1c* Pr««-. i*nk Han- a Treas., «. j. LADIES' AUXILIARY. HENNEPIN COUNTY. "i t§ II) Phetan' St -::p£ BloomiStSi Ave'.' at Kn andSiMait«^roTl8606V1,tfc B^wt. Glrart Ave. B. M. Walsh, 2110 17th Avl a .'' MurSfy DL'ake'rb|?' Syf flr^anfthTdTe'd": Bloomlngton and Franklin. N iSiS* accabe* haB* Re"•aSBG1S?ary'115B?LEmerBOn ,on !t Jordan. 17i» O'Brien, 8226 Glra?d Ave!" Martha Griffin, 600 6th Ave "a- TSBT and^oth^\rw»*P* corner 'Bryant Division No. 7, Minneapolis—Pres if-. Vte7 Taylor St N. a: MadlaM St. N. ^!. R^tISec Mra*' sui's,ss"&.'r- °'s RAMSEY COUNTY.': rw.v ¥.n- Bnen Conray. V1?.® Prea, Miss Johanna Cook* 67 £2. Eleventh St. Rec. SAC. ltM Margaret Scott, 41S Central Ave. ^rta• }Jrs. Margaret Carey, 908 W. Central An! mlanldto 8ts.d Hlbernl,l,» HaU, 7th aa« WASECA COUNTY. Division No. l, JanesvWe—President Elisabeth Glynn Vice Pres., Sarah Moonl all» 52' s*!£,- JuUa Murphy Ree. ^i'"^.ary DaKon Treaa, Anna Burke. Division No. 2. St Paul—Pres., EUsa beth Moynaugh, 7t Atwater St: Viee Prea, Margaret Roach, 501 St iV i8®0- J!t^Pret Clarice, 10T rx^T~i&0xt Lltchfleld Ave. Fin. Sec., Mary Hynea. 1016 Albemarie St In^gec^ SSITNS: Si 52"!S,,.d St Treaa, Mary Wag ner, 628 Virginia Ave. Med. Exam., Dr. j. Owen McKeon, 607 Lowry Bldg. Meet Ings are held, on second and fourth w«d jesdays of month In Htbentfaa Kail at ft i®- I Division No. 8. St. Paul—Pres., v- "sj Johanna Coot 67 llth St Vice riST 3 Mrs. Mary. Kenny, 708 B. 4th St Ree! 1 Sec., Mrs. Mabel Mien, 49 llth St Fin. „-82 Sec.. Mrs. Elisabeth McNally SOB Mack ubln St. Ins. Sec., Mra Doretta Me Manus, 458 Carrol Ave. Treaa Mia. Mar- II* A* ounHi. lAlli PresiSeat, PM..PigaU mm are hid on Urat and lA m. month la Hlberiilan .» hr Av"