The men's meeting at the Y. M. C. A. rooms next Sunday afternoon will be in charge of the printers. It will be the "Printers' Sanday," and difierent printers of the oity will give short addresses. Every printer is oordially invited to be present, and hear their fellow workers. This does not exolude those who are not printers. Mr. Pease, of the Episcopal chnrch choir, will sing a solo. Come one, come all. The entertainment committee will give a social at thfl rooms Tnesday, April 27. It will be called "Everybody's Social" and everybody is invited to oome. Everything is beiug arranged so as to make it the "ooly" sooial the association has ever had. The adinission fee has been reduced f rom 10 cents to 7 Já cents. Ice oream and cake will be ser ved f ree of charge. The monthly business meeting last Tuesday night was a very interesting one. The solicitiDg oommittee reported over 170 names secured for gymnasium aad baths. The work will be undertaken just as soon as a suitable building and the additional 25 names can be ubtained. The gymnasium and' bath is now in view so let every citizen help to make it a snre thing. All those who have sigoed the papers can feel confident that their desires will be fulfillud in the near future. The association has many tbings be thankful for, especially for the beautiful lace curtains which the ladies have recently ornamented the Windows wich. It has made the rooms more homelike. Mauy thanks to the ladies.