At the installatinn aüd banquet of the Ladies' Catholic Benevolent As=ociation, of Ypsilanti, held iu Sr. John's parochial school in that oity, Thursday evening of last week, Miss MarJLey, of Detroit, surperae deputy of the order, was present and installed tha following offloers : Mrs. NT Krauser, president (re-e!eoted) ; lst yioe president. Mrs. M. JRyan ; 2ud vice president, Miss Kate Keough ; finaneial se retary, Mrs E. Guun; record iug secretary, Miss MaggieFuhrman; marshal, Mrs. A. Tranquill; gnard, Mrs. M. Aoker; trustees, Mrs. M. Ryan, A. Brady and Miss H. McCarty. After the installation the guests sat down to au filuborate banquet. Mrs. A. Tranqnül arted as toast mistress and respouses wero made by Mrs. N. Kranspr and Miss Markey. Miss Isadore Eoss, of Ann Arbor, gave a reoitatioD of which eucores were demauded by those present. Aftir this porgram dauoing was indulged in, mnsic beirig furuished by the Haight orchpstra. There were about 40 ladies aud gentlemen present from Aun Arbor aud a nnirber from Detroit.