The Register has from time to time made mention of a library assooiation composed of the Iittle folks living in the neighborhood of J. T. Jacobs. The society now numbers about twenty members, none of whom are over fifteen years of age. It costs 6fiy cents to bfcome a member, or the donation to the librury of a new book. The association is fast grow ing in favor, and it is hoped that others will be formed in different parts of the city thia winter. The members met last week and elected the folio wring officers for the ensuing term : President, Frank Oranger ; vice-Dresident, Mabel ET Hoek ; librarían, Mina Jaoob ; secretarv, Charles J. N. Jacobs ; trcaurpr, Helen Smith.