1 I Sister Sf. Flore For 60 Years a Hun Dies in Ottawa A Rev. Slater St Flore, a member of , the Grey Nun of the Cross for more than 80 years, and one of the . pioneer figures, in religious orders in the Ottawa Valley, died on Saturday at the Mother House bi Ottawa. She was in her 82nd year. Her death ends a career of devoted service and removes a widely known and beloved personage,. personage,. ' - A school teacher for the greater part of her life, she took a modest but most effective part in the upbuilding upbuilding of the Ottawa Valley. During latter year abe administered administered the Youville Farm on the Montreal road with conspicuous ability. . i 1 Sister St Flore was a council lor of the Grey Nuns of the Cross and her advice was noted fort its practical value. ' Born at Temlskaming, she was the former Frances Piche, a daughter of the late Edward Piche and. his wife, Margaret McAdam. j Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Adam . Burwash, . of Haileybury, and six cousins, Mrs. John . Thomson,, Thomson,, of Montreal, E. O.-Xeahey, O.-Xeahey, O.-Xeahey, Mrs. John Lynch, of Ottawa, Rev. Thomas Lynch, O.M.I., Vancouver, Rev. L. K. Poupore, OJJJ, Ottawa, Ottawa, . Mrs. Barbara McCool, of Campbell's Bay. The late W. J. Poupore, ex-M.P. ex-M.P. ex-M.P. of Montreal, was also a cousin. ' . The funeral was held this morning ' with service at 6 JO o'clock. Burial . was in Notre Dame cemetery.