The Woman's Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. held their annual meeting in the rooms of the association last Monday afternoon. The reports of the officers showed the work to be in a flourishing condition. The treasurer's report showed a balance on hand last year of $41.23, receipts for the year $128.78, total 170.01. They spent for general expenses and furnishings put into the rooms, tïl.l6, leavingon hand as a fund for furnishing the new building $108.85. The officers, Mrs. W. W. Wetmore, president; Mrs. "Wrn. Goodyear, secretary; and Mrs. W. B. Phillips, treasurer; were re-elected. The vice-presidents are to be appointed, one from each church. The ladies have already put some money into the building fund, aut will probably keep what they may receive in the future for a fund for furnishing the new building. They lave done much toward the success of ;he association so l'ar, and we would urge all ladies interested in the work to eo opérate with them.