Dori't tbink its time to go home wh8n the ligbts ara tarned down for the statne poses Friday evening. The prettiest pait of the program is to come then. Some money bas been received towards repairing onr desk. We are lookiug for more. And we wisb some one would dónate a few Bibles for tise at onr meetings. A new plan has" been submitted for the aronsing of an interest iu Bible stnrly in the associatiou. Iu accordanoe with tbis Prof. Coler, of the Bible ohairs, has been iuvited to come to the romus next Suuday aud the Sunday followftig and give a talk un the need, the helpfulness and the best methods of studying the Bible. It is desired tbat every member of fcbe Y. W. O. A. be present nest Sunday as well as all others who may be interested. There is already one olass studyiug the life of Cbrist, which meets at 4 p. m. Tbursday. Any youug womau is welcome. Tbe programs are ont for the entertainment at High School hall tbis evening, and the usual comment on them is "A great deal for ten cents." Miss Clarken is to give a harp solo. The recitations are about equally divided between tbe senior aud junior elouncion classes. No one who happened to be in the rooms some Wednesday afternoon of late, and heard "the Ruggleses" rehearsing tbeir "manners, " would care 4o miss the closing number of the first part of the program "Peter" aud "Sarah Mand," and "Peory" and the six others are as good an antidote for the "blues" as any dootor's prescription. The statue poses are well prepared and with the haip accompaniment and the calcium light, they will be very beautiful. Admission- 10 cents; time - 8 o'clock.