The Charity Organization Society of Salt Lake City, Utah, 120 East First South Street; Please address all correspondence to the charity organization society. President: T.B. Beatty, M.D.; Vice-President: F.A. Druehl; Treasurer: L.H. Farnsworth; Secretary: Miss Kate Williams; General Secretary: William J. Deeney; Directors: Mrs. Arthur Bird, Mrs. R.A. Bowdle, Mrs. Selden Clawson, Mrs. E.B. Critchlow, W. Mont Ferry, Mrs. R.C. Gemmell, Mrs. A. J. Gorham, Joy H. Johnson, Mrs. C.H. McMahon, John Malick, Geo D. Pyper, Mrs. M.L. Ritchie, Mrs. Adolph Simon, George Albert Smith, Frank B. Stephens, Leon Sweet, James H. Wolfe. Rt. Rev. Joseph S. Glass, Salt Lake City, Utah. February 12, 1917. Most Reverend Bishop: I deeply appreciate the courtesy of your kind note of introduction to Miss Workman, which made it possible for me to see Brownson House and its activities, and to meet with Miss Workman and her associates, from whom I received a most cordial welcome. I was much impressed with the progressive spirit of these Catholic Social Workers. As for Brownson House, no social worker can visit it and talk with Miss Workman without coming away with the feeling that here is a social institution worth while, one that is designed to meet a real need and that is trying to give the best possible measure of genuine service. From the Catholic point of view it is an object leson which is likely to prevail over the minds of many of our separated brethren, and win a hearing for the Catholic cause where other methods less modern and more abstract would fail. Sincerely yours, William J. Deeney, General Secretary.