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\M '5^ ii a ip 4 RtlirMd TM« Tibia, NOBTHUM PAOmC. Mimocti •OIKS VOftTH Ifipa 1:08 Bk i*»a t:t»m 8:Nfr ,18SI' S2gS Mtpm «:4ip liflBp* 11:80 a~ UdSft .,___ _w port) fuilblu l»W« »H»» »»wmt*» I.NMtflUltaiiih*HI**«MMl iMHItlMDfftJtOB^MMItlNH .M«*»Q|Mteft MMOfttO VOifkiM*»M tHMI WlMltij Jnnctiow..-.. 11:04 ftm MSUftB 10:4Bav 10*11 ft 8-Jlam 4'40 ft 0. A* •«. WOBDBM WOT MO. M. BBdftH^fonrthXoft' SegaUrmeetlniMTery 4%« of MOh month. J.«. SoUBSMIA*, HLCHOLAS Horra&K, Adftu»»St. PotOomm»na»«r .'*• ».*ira^'«.• 1KBIX* WM* «0.«. Secular meetlnfi In the twta|i a ret and third Frideyete»ery month. XDovm, BOB'-* O**MOI» MOMtfttT. W.M. Visiting brethren In good aUndlag lnrlt»d. PWBIRi LODQB M0. MO. A. O. U. W« HMti ererjr Unit »nd third VoadtT of the Month. B. F. WALTBMt B. McB*ID«. Beoorder. Pfmhlnt O&QtPi K, •. A. Ho. 8177 Meet sTerr Second and Fourth Monday.- VI altlnc neighbors cordially Invited. W. C. 8HO»T, W. B. Bbidb. Clerk. V.« V. w., J. KNEK3HA.W, jmff* Lawyei: WillpractlcelnCourtt'orDakota Minnesota. »nd before UnltedStatesLaudoffloe Money to lioftn andOoUeotlon made. PBMBI2TA, NORTH DAKOTA. N, c. rouNO, __ a. ATTORNEY AT-LAW BATHOATJD, JSTOBXH DAKOTA R, A. THACKER, AUCTIONEER. Particular attention to sales of Farm Property. HAMILTON, NORTH DAKOTA 'BTOTATTS. ChA8. E. SABBiB, .M E. Physician and Surgeon. Found at all hoars when not professionally engaged engaged, at his office, on.Stntamah street at daytime and ftt his residence on.Cdvil eer street ftt night. PKMBINA, JNOBTH DAKOTA Hi J. JAMES, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, office and residence over First National Bank, BATHQATB. NORTH DAKOTA M. LOOKWOOD, W. .. Physician and 8nrgeon.—Aradoftte of' College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, Md. Office over T. R. 8haw Co's Drag Store. Night calls at rootn' M». 20| Winchester House. Pembina* North Dakota. PEMBINA Building aid Lean Association. PFMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA. Money lOftnongoodReftlEstateSecnrltyany where In -ie county. What you pay forrpnt will pay the monthly dues. No other payments hare to be male, and In from six to efeh°» jjanyou owntheproperty. Dnesona $400 loan are $S per months AddresS lC. O. BOOKIB, T. L. PRICK, Secretary President. E. OOLLINS, V. Graduate of Toronto Veterinary College. Licensed to practice Veterinary Surgery, Medicines and Dentistry of the State Board of North Dakota. Prepared to treat all Diseases of Domestic Animals by the latest theo ries of Veterinary science. DENTISTRY A SPEC!ALTY Residence and office HAMILTON y.PA'K CITY DRAY LINE Contracts for iarge lots take and gbods delivered on short no« can bo left" at the «ice. ioniser Bakectv tce 4fiive^(t cot' aii puwoftiie Wl LUAM FQWL^R .Prop rU ,» Flour and Feed Store. The undersijarned desires to cau ie attonit^ ol tho.iiai^«r8 awt, a 10 i#«Kpir iiMtiaved to f^ibplv all 1 rittjlour andFeed 6fa5,rkinrt« WHSAT, OATS ANCTttARi-Kv i- Taken in exchange, oltbr^a# the hif^iest ma^et price 8tore «n coniar. Stntain^ Second »treetsPembiitH. DM AN, Proprietor. kf ivf A A ''~V ^-^.-5 County Alews. .The ':."1 ...... .. JSM,.. tPa late for Uut week.] new Woodmen boll atjioot Oaifbed, sice 28*»e. Social bops and entertainments will soao be In order to help out balance doe.' We a*e pleased to note Supt. Jack ton's great majority. It is aa It should be|( a fitting tribute to him who lus labored long«nd well for the advancemeat of our schools. P, Williams opened school at Akra, «n the 16th iiist. This is the Apos tle's 12th epistle to the Akraites, Saul says tha* old 31 will be a hum mer the comiog winter. Mr. Ohas. Seeby has-ipurchased the Taylor farm from.S. Aylen Pembina,' •consideration $1,^00. We might add that Mr. Aylen has sold his farm to .•an a no. 1 rustler. Robt, West, ot Liberty remem* brance, but now a dweller among the toestern windy hills, passed through our town last week from Neche where he had been running engine on Mas* sacar's machine. It is gratifying to know that our people are at least 75 per cent repub licans, the town in which the pops re ported could oot And enough McEin ley men to hold a caucus. Young Liberty is allTight. fiy reason of wheat raising to 70 cents per bushel, the pops are smiling although lit 48 hard for them to admit that-republican success is the cause. Inwardly, they know it outwardly, they are not honest enough to own it. We now see what Charlie Soeby's Carpenter work has been this long time. The cradle is done and the baby has come in' the shape of a 12 pound boy. It was rumored that Charlie was makinK a Woodmen goat but it has turned out to be a kid, and all is well. Liberty is happy, so are her people, since election and McKinley's victory. Election day passed by very quietly here. There was nei tber a full house, a full man or a full ballot box. Many ladies would have turned out and vot ed for C. E.Jackson but were prevent ed ob account of the blizzard. The snow cam^dowu like free silver went down. A. S. Burrows erf Grand Forks agent for Colonial and U. S. Mortgage Co. came down from Langdon on Friday to talk over business matters with his local agent P. Williams. He ex pressed himself as highly delighted over the Major's election and at the same tiuie stated that nowhere did the voters show their loyalty and cit izenship according to the population than Liberty township. Pretty cold weather Since election. Dry wood is the burning question at present. /Or Mi&4 Birdie Johnston has accepted a position as a principal in the Con mee school. Sviiiri Tborwaldson will, we are told, break his association with bach elors i£hd Join the benedicts. "Ai'nl Schevihg. of Carlisle was a pleasant visitor here of late we are always glad to see the Carlisle p'eople. Some of us had- a big turkey for Thanksgiving day, ana others, well they thought the coopB, were a. little 8maU.:J-r Mrs. G. Fennson is home again af ter along visit with her daughter who lives put on Lake Manitoba. She saye Dakota Is better than all the Manitoba Lakes. '-••••, Rev. J. Bergman will preach in our church next Sunday, Nov. 29th, in the absence of Mr. Sigurdson, who is at present, travelling in the inter est uf the Icelandic Academy, which is soon tube built. There «ras a pleasant box social in our ball last week. The boxes went away up,'and the monev came down. Everything was lovely, no one seemed to care for the priCjB ot wheats orelec tion retttros. 'S While we feel a little sole oVer the defeat of our ghome candidates, we feel satisfied that this legislative dis trict will be well represented at Bis marck next winter as both of our members ate honest, intelligent and able.- Tbii district may well be proud of both of them. Mr. John Jobannesson living in the southwest corner of Cavalier town ship started farming with five fine young horses last spring, two or them died in the spring, two died in the summer and the only one living is about dead at present. All have had different sickness. Some people have •hard luck In this world. 1»*4i iu "i MjC1if. 1 J8&.' Sl'A1 •a* i^'.-'W" 'Ti tr 10k mm- **^f* ','vt dedicated on Sunday the 22nd Inst. Beslii»»ti|Mliig Elder KHftgel who hadcb-rgeortbededlcatoryMrvlc^ there wer«Lpr«seut the bev. tr. Koox of tbe:^ed Blver University Bev. W, B. Morrlsph .present paster and Bev. & Newloye of Milton, a former pas ^or and ulso Eer. J. HI. Hunter of ^Irand Forlu. The dedication cere mony took ^ace at the morotng se^ vice, W. N. Husband secretary of the building committee rend a sute ment showing the conception andcar* tying out' of the undertaking, a(So embodying finaticial Statement which was very iiiteresting and was appreclated.owlng to the fact that ho debt remains to fret or worry' fut ure Wards or trustees, and that |900. of available money remains to cover Other improveihents the committee still have in view. Donald Thom son pn oehalf of. the trustee board, presented the church for dedication, thy service: was very beautiful and im pressive. The afternoon sermon was preached by the Bev. J. H. Hunter, and the evening bv Bev. Dr. Knox good congregation^ attended each service which was composed of all Cbristian:^ denominations, and all Were delighted that Canton at last has one church with Its spire point ing heavenward. Cbaa f*- JeUette. [Too late for lait week. Jackson Is getting better now. Mr. Matthew Asselstine went Neche Friday for his wife's sister. Mr. McConneland daughter Belle went to Neche Friday. Did anyone see Mrs. iMcPherson'e geese that were trying their powers of flight? The lecture glveu here Tuesday evening, by Bev. Moore was an inter esting and Instructive address. Mr. Taylor's children are attending ^the Joliette school this winter they have attended the South Joliette school for two years, Sunday school In the school house immediately after church services. Come out'and stay for Sunday school. Wm. Storms supt., and J. W. McCon* •nel, teacher.'" -$%7' ,, Official Conlssloaers' Proceedings. S Bjornson for election tees... $ 7 00 WmPleasance Peter Hillman Frederick Johnson Grlsli Freeman nulls AD Gibson John Freeman Bjarni Dalstad Hiram Weeks John McGillis for constable fees for election.................. Blacklock for election fees Currie do W Surerus do Wm Jackson do OleTGryte do A Foilins do A Buston do Brunton do WB Mitchell do Benjamin Warmer do. JoaiabMcllven do........ Jas Craig f^do Bobert Jamison do........ S Douglas do Treasurer of Drayton Twp for rent for hall...... Johnson for election fees.. John Gill Johu O'Sullivan Hector Falconer. John Carr Einar Myrdal S Bergman vV: Stephen Eyolfson 0 Erlandson Jonas Hall Oddur Dahlman Louis Baker Kippen A Thacker A E Thacker S Ferrle CHMuir McCauley John Taylor WP Storms sv*/ W Harper LPariseau Geo Barrett Wm Purdy Bobert Irwin Thomson. EH Purdy I 5 }i to do do........ do do do........ do,........ do........ do........ do........ 200 6 00 JasG Weeks -'wi do........ 7 10 Wm Robertson do 4 00 Lough do. 4 00 John Horgdale do. 13 00 John Hillman .ft do 5 00 John Stephanson do 5 00 Swain Arnason do...' 6 00 West Wij: do 5 00 S Brynjolfson for constable fees for election 5 00 Treasurer Beaulieu Twp for rent for town hall 3 00 Atkinson for election fees.. WB Huffman do Wm Smellie do John Valentyne'' do Adam Winlaw do Treasurer of school district No 33 for fuel apd rent E Restemeyer for election fees Wm Crombie do 3 00 11 40 4 00 7 00 13 00 5 00 5 00 6 00 5 00 7 00 500 8 60 600 fi 00 7 00 6 00 500 500 5 00 3 10 10 40 4 00 4 00 &jfoMtirer of siAool'disi4#^o9:: fOr lOe.ae GooFarr tfo..^«.. Terrence Ko]|ey ito.... i^SWfWii'sle do........ JAdPrtngle do......... Grant Fuller v^ :do....... JacobGraber v? Manseil :do........, Henry Bennewels foroonstable fees, election........ ii...... GeoSeeby Andrew Blaisdell Tbos Clover Paul Wlllianu* BE Cuffe .fjV.rdO* .-i dOe.o e'ft ji'i'j .» Hicks for election fees.... W Louden do. Geo Road house do........ Harry Vosper do Samuel Edgerton®' s'do........ Wm Crawford for hall rent.. Tbos Welford for election fees Wm Carter John Miller£ Thos Boadhouse AT Nelson Am«8 Dellsle f^dO '-H^^'do* lii^do. do........ Chas Ledoux constable fees election GEInareon election fees...... Jas Kelly do..... .. Andrew Anderson do...'... Fay do Geo Sbepard do -u JH Brown do........ John Childerbqse do. A Cnckburn do E YanCamp do Jos Arthur do........' BDunlop do Patrick Keeley for hall rent for. election W Watts for election fees... Gordon do Tbos Lang do John Noice do A Lindsay do John Burton for constable fees for election S Sigfusson for election fees do. do........ do..... do.......'. do do........ do -do........ do do MSnowfleld Sigurd Sigurdson Johannes Jonasson Reykjalin S A Sigfusson W Hurley JohnFMager 10 50 5 00 5 00 5 00 6 00 9 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 S Huffman Wallace Rose Ed Harvey W Hurley for ball rent Geo Ganssle for election fees.. Chas Bauer do Frank A Fiedler do Gardner Gilday do Chas Lee do Jas Weeks do Geo Ganssle for hall rent for election .. McHolland for election fees A A Robinson Kibler Leighton Snell Fred Weiss Sansom Wm Mcintosh Christ Lutes Gatenby 10 40 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 W Kibbee do. RI Ol&on do Gunderson do John Dixon do ABBuie ft do Geo McLean do 11 60 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 6 00 4 00 12 40 4 00 4 00 11 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 Francis do A Powell do N Murney do W W Beugber do Jas Baker do Fred Vosper do Bobert Armstrong do Herbert Vosper do A Bostwick do 3 00 6 00 4 00 4 00 do .....•• do........ .. do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ do do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ db do........ do..... ,, do...... do........ do ««••..«» Vosper for hall rent W Bride for registration aud election Hannes Johnson do TL Price do S Yell for election fees John Hannesson do W Felson for registration and election.......... Geo Proctor do Jas Moorhead do. A Airtb for election fees.... Jas Old field do. Warner for election fees and registration Branchaud do E Cavileer for election fees. Geo Leibinger E Harris A Childerbose Jas Curtiss Chas Hager John Cowan CTRitubey D'.ittlop BH Knapp Dan O'Connor W A Ileiiderson 00 00 'V" "^V 3 00. 3 00 3 00 9 00 3 00 7 00 10 50 5 00 500 5 00 dOi a .do. John .1 Qua in Alex Ilcid W Graham NPOrnberg Treasurer of school district No 70 for rent •.. .do .. do* idO* 3 00 7 00 5 00 8 60 5 00 500 3 00 7 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 50 2 00 18 00 4 00 4 00 :4 00 4 00 7 00 a 6 00 15,00 5 00 5 00 5 00 4 00 7 00 5 00 11 60 5 00 5 00 4,00 13 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 3 00 7 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 3 60 3 00 7 00 5 00 9 80 5 00 5 00 dO........ -do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ 15 40 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 Fred Weiss for hall rent 3 00 W Bechtel for election fees.. EEGwens do Gillis do Wm Con'nn do SBKr'Mgle do Jas Row do W Garden do... 5 00 3 00 300 3 00 3 00 5 50 7 00 10 00 500 5 00 5 00 9 70 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 200 10 80 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 3 00 8 00 8 00 12 05 4 00 4 00 12 05 8 00 8 00 4 00 4 00 10 00 6 00 6 10 4 00 400 6 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 5 50 3 00 600 4 00 4 00 4 00 do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ do........ O'Connor for hall rent... Jas Whelan for election fees. do...... do...... do 1 4' 5? •A.sX'--- 7\ ''^*'-^v\ iWWffffr" ball relit atpf fliietlon 3' 00] fees .... ...* 00 RDunlop for election fees.... •dOi '. .-.. do.'..,.. .' do..... •.. do........ do.. 4 00 Brtaolop 4 '00- Jw-Garnettj^g®: 4 00 4 00 5 50 Ganssle BUchie SCaul IB Dhnfop for rent for election 00 hull Adjourned until November 19,1896 W. J. BRIDIE, J. D. GORDON, County Auditor. Chairman. Pembina, N D. Nov. 29th, 1896. Board met pursuant to adjourn* ment, present, Chairman Gordon and Commissioners Mryick and Halldor son. In the (uctter of the assessment for ditches No. 6ahd4, the report of Com missioners Gordon, Myrick, Halldor soii and Otiein was read and said re port together with schedule of bene fits and plat of drains was ordered planed on file in the auditor's office. Resolved that the report of the county commissioners acting as view ers in assessing benefits to lands for drains No 1 and 4 and to townships be published in the Oak Leaf for one publication, and that Tuesday the 8th day of December be set for hear ing any remonstrances that may be made against making assessment for said benefits. Besolved that the county drain com missioners be requested to meet ii. Pembina, at the court house, on the 8th' day of December for the purpose of making any explanation in regard to assessment, that may be brought up. The following bills w$re allowed: Gordon services as commis sioner and mileage $ Thos Halldorson do Myrick do 3 00 13 00 6 00 6 00 6 00 6 00 Minutes read and approved. Adjourned until Dec. 7th, 1896. W. J. BRIDE, J. D. ^ordon, Thirty-three per cent of the diseases of horses, it has been said, art mala dies of the foot, and there is little ques tion but that even the best shoeing, as it is done by burning the hoof, is in a measure injurious. The new horse shoe is to be put on cold, and the hoof simply pared or cut to fit it It is nailed on in the ordinary way. An additional advantage of the rubber sole is that it will give the horse a firmer hold upon wet or treacherous pavements, and, by securing him a good purchase, enable him to go up or come down steep hills with a heavy load far more easily than at present New York Tribune. For Milk LOTcri. To make milk digestible all that is necessary is to shake it well, and to sip it slowly. Shake the milk violently for a few minutes In a covered goblet, and then drink Immediately, but not hastily, before it has time to separate again. After standing for some hours, as, for instance, all city milk has done on its way to town, the perfectly homo geneous article that came from the cow is separated, first by the rising of the cream from the gaseous or cheesy milk, and later by the tendency to di vide into whey or curd. Although this latter process is perceptible only in souring milk, the fluid undergoes such constant changes that it should al ways be shaken before drinking It, un is it is taken quite warm from the cow. Vobmi'i talMBOe. "Mrs. Beverly has returned home." "Have you seen her?' "No but I see Mr. Beverly doesnt bring the parlor chairs out on the porch any more."—Buffalo News. E I N A SUPPLY OF ADAMENT, the best plaster on earth. LIME, SAND, BRICK, AND CEMENT. Free delivery of Lumber to all parts of the city. E M. NIXON. mrrirj r/hirt ui t'i Vuivtl.M -v .V JZl&r JXjI I V4 ifeiPl 5 50 5 50 11 50 400 4 00 4 00 400 16 00 20 0C 11 60 St. Thomas Times printing for county John Helm work at jail Jas Oldfleld work at Geroux bridge Geo Barnard & Co for county supplies 5 90 Geo Barnard & Co do 34 50 Geo Barnard & Co do J8 50 Geo Barnard & Co do 120 00 2 30 4 25 2 00 County Auditor. Chairman. Rubber Doraeahoea. If the latest phase ot modern inge nuity proves a success, there will be uo more heavy trampling and the ryth mic clicking of the hoofs of four-foot ed steeds. There has been Invented a new horseshoe—a steel frame about which is built cushion of vulcanised rubber. The advantage claimed for it is that as the rubber instead of metal strikes the ground, there is no concus sion or jar, and the horse's hoof, leg and shoulder are saved. yjincrivioO "-ri tIf 1 w. mm* Tfc« Wsr DtiwHMMt Oo»te**lat lag TSueilr Vh 1b the brrlsi It ls stated that the war tlepartment Is seriously contemplating following the.example set by.European powers and training dogs for use in the army. Many German regiments have canine contingents, and they are drilled as carefully as the men. These dogs have proved particularly useful for transmitting Information, In convey ing messages from patrols thrown for Ward in 'advance of an army, and In maintaining communication between posts and pickets, for all of which their naturalqualities recommend years ago in Manitoba, Mr. R. B. Hyman had an imported smooth collie that In winter ofted acted as messenger between a shanty in the Turtle mountains bush and a house sixteen miles distant on the' plains. There were few houses or fences on the Manitoba plains In those days, and often the trail, which was nothing more than -Ugh tracks in the snow, wotdd be obliterated by a blizzard, bat that good dog would take a message and bring back-a reply in excellent time, and the service he rendered In bitterly cold weather was Invaluable. The trail, although obliterated, was better traveling, because the snow bo low the new surface was packed down by vsage, than the loose snow on the prairie, and Nap^that was the dog's name) would foUow the trail unerring ly—many a broncho would do the same, for that matter—when a man could have located it only here and! there. But Nap never tried to plow his way through a snow drift-piled up across the trail by a blizzard if the drift was a big one he made a detour, but If It was only a narrow ridge two or three feet high he jumped over it This could be seen by following his footsteps before they were obliterated by sleigh runnfers and horses' feet. But the second winter he got Indifferent, and at last he came back one day without having delivered the message. It was learned some time later that he had been viewed In hot pursuit of a fox some miles from the route he had been sent over. Good old Nap! He disappeared in the fall of 1885, and the following spring his skeleton and collar were found by a cowboy he may have, been killed by a wolf, but there was a rumor that he had-been mistaken by a tenderfoot for a coyote ar.d slain by a rifle bullet. It Is easy to r.nderstand how such a dog, if thor oughly trained, could be made of ser vice to an army corps and the train ing of these army dogs is said to be very thorough. It has been reduced to a system, of course, and it is grati fying to know that corporal punish ment is avoided as much as possible. There is no spike collar or check cord about it if a dog is too headstrong or obstinate he is not wanted for. army service. Poodles and collies are found most suitable for military purposes and only males are used. Fierce dogs are not suitable, and a military dog is required to growl instead of barking. Each dog wears a collar that has a metal plate bearing the name of the company to which it is attached and carries a small canvas dispatch pouch. The Germans consider the efficiency of their war dogs of such importance that an immense amount of labor is ex pended in training them.—American Feld. ParlBtnn Sleeve Dealgnen. The elbow sleeve is worn upon all possible occasions by women with pretty arms, aud is, moreover, a dainty modo which every one admires An extra amount of bouffancy is allowed thp elbow sleeve, or the smart effect Is spoiled. A pretty idea of decorating the elbow sleeves of a black gauze evening frock is to scatter glittering gilt sequins as thickly over it as possible, and edge it, top and bottom, with sequin sewn gauze. A great deal of attention is given to the finishing of the wrist of all new sleeves they are seldom left plain, but slashed into all sorts of odd fashions, according to the fancy, hollowed out to fit the palm, and allowed to fall over the back of the hand in all sorts of peculiar ways. Narrow puffings of silk matching the linings are crushed in here and as *nany lace frills as the hand will admit of. Even the plainest of the poi: -i must be neatly, faced with silk matching the goods, or the effect is spoiled. In the great Paris houses there are especial sleeve designers, who never touch any other item of dress than the sleeve, and from these clever brains emanate many of our most tell ing modes. When the skirt changes in style the sleeves must change or appear outre by contrast WLy He Talked to Hlm*elf. I There Is an Irisfh porter employed in a large commission house in New York, one of the kind that will m«ir» a witty reply to any sort of question. He is very fond ot expressing his views in general, and has great admi ration of his arguments. If he fails to get a listener he will talk to himself In lieu of something better. A mem ber of the firm, being annoyed one day at his constant muttering, which' he was unfortunate enough to hear, sent for him. "See here, John, did it ever occur to you that your constant talk and mut tering is a great annoyance to people that happen to be around?. Why on earth do you chatter away to yourself, anyhow?" "Shure, I have two reasons fer doin' that." "Two reasons! Well, what are they?" "One of them IS that I lo|ke ter talk to a slnsible man, and the other is that I loike ter hear a slnsible talk."—Harper's Round Table. '4' '1 11 man Clnb Houses la Hotel. The new Astor hotel adjoining the Waldorf is to have its entire fifteenth story set aside for clubs and club mem bers. Alterations In the original plans of the building have just been decided upon, which will make this an ideal home for many of the small social or ganizations that now have som* diffi culty, owing to their limited member ship, In bearing the expense of an en tire club honse. The clubs to which rooms are rented will be exclusively of the best class socially, ao^thit the feature of using a common room will not be open to objection on the part of any of the oiganizattoas.—New Vbik Uiur.