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HOLD MEETIN6. Tbs Tallahatchie remit er e Co. Elects Officers Last Weel. The directors of the Tallahatchie Furniture Company held their semi-an nual meeting last Saturday night in the rooms of the Delta Bank on Howard street. The meeting was quite an enthus iastic one as it showed the business done by this excellent concern since its last meeting quite a profitable one. It will be remembered that this Con cern took over the business of the old Weems-Lock wood Furniture Company after its failures to make the business profitable. Ever since tho present management has guided its administra tion, the Tallahatchie Furniture Man ufacturing Company has prospered, and its large plant on East Csrroilton av enue has been a scene of bustling ac tivity. A neat increase was shown on each month's business, and it was proven to the directors of this con cern that with greater facilities, more abundant success could be shown. At this meeting it was decided to in crease the dry kiins of the plant from thirty thousand feet to sixty thousand feet. This addftion will almost double the output of the factory. All the present officers were re-elect ed aud will serve another term. They are as follows: S. L. Gwin, president; M. C. Humphrey, vice-president; W. R. Humphrey, treasurer; W. T. Loggias, secretary; Lloyd D^Loach, assistant secretary, and G. W. Sensbach, super intendent. Since Mr. DeLoach's connection with the above com pa ay as assistant secre tary and business manager, he has booked quite a nice business for his firm, and at present this firm has a fat number of orders booked for future de The prospects for this coming livery. year's business are flattering, and we hope that they may enjoy a full meas ure of prosperity as a result of their earnest endeavors. Watch the Nickels And the dollars take care of them selves. They are made to grow if left with this bank. We pay 4 per cent, interest on ac Don't be ashamed to open a counts, mall account. This bank receives deposits from $1 up. BANK OF LEFLORE, Savings Department. $ 0 t EH ■J SPECIFICATIONS Engine Four cylinder—20 horse power —water cooled— 3|" bore x 3f stroke— offset crank shaft, fan bladed fly wheel in front, Parson's white bronze bearings and noise less cam shaft. Steering Gear Rack and pinion type with rak ish slant, and fifteen-inch steer ing wheel with aluminum spider. Carburetor Breeze, with hot air connection. Ignition Bosch high .tension Magneto, doing away with spark coil bat teries and connecting wires. Tires Thirty inches by three inche G. & J. standard clincher. Wheel Base—Eighty-six inches. Tread— Standard. frame—Pressed steel. Springs Semi-elliptical in front and pat ented cross spring in back. Regular Equipment Two side oil and tail lamps with dragon horn, also complete set of tools, with repair kit and Weight Eleven hundred pounds plete with regular equipment. PRICE $ 750, f. o. b. Detroit. t Transmission Selective sliding gears in ex tension bolted to crank case, shift ing without noise. Clutch Multiply disc inclosed in gear case, running in oil. Rear Axle - - ». . . Shaft drive with Hyatt roller bearings, shaft apd universal joint beipg enclose^ and lubricated by oil ^rqip crank p$se through trans mission, $ Brakes Two foot brakes on rear hubs, internal expanding, two emergen cy brakes on rear hubs, internal expanding. Hood Thirty inches long with three hinges. pump. com Mercedes type with vertical tubes and straight fins. Greenwood Automobile Co 305-307 HOWARD STREET. - MORTUARY REPORT FOR DECEMBER. Seventy-three Deaths Against Ninety Seven Births During Year. The following is the mortuary report for the mouth of December, as com piled by Dr. W. B. Dickins, City Health Officer: 5 deaths; all colored, as follows: Dec. 1, Lula Davis, age 22, cause not given. Dec. 1, Willie Burnett, age 6 mos., cause not given. Dec. 1, Martha Washington, ago 22, tuberculosis. Dec. 18, age 6 mos., convulsions. Dec. 19, infant son Matilda Walker, frozen to deatn. BIRTHS. 5 white and 3 colored. Dec. 10, Mrs. Podboreoky, a boy. Dec. 14, Mrs, Carrol!, a girl. Dec. 23, Mr3. ('. L. Lomax, a boy. Dec. 25, Mrs. Mat Lipovac, a boy. Dec. 27, Mrs. F. M. Sandifer, a boy. COLORED. Dec. 13, Mary Cromwell, twin boy and j girl. Dec. 19, Dora Moore, a boy. Dec. 19, B. Caldwell, a girl. Dec. 28, Clara Davis, a piri. 73 deaths daring 1909; 4:3 colored, 30 white. 97 births during 1909; 30 colored, 67 white. Weiler Has Optical Parlors. Illustrative of the progressiveness of our "Queen City of the D dt t," and the implicit faith that the merchants have in her bright future, the reliable jewelry firm of A. Weiler & Co., who have the finest, larg"st and most mod ern jewelry house south of the Ohio River, have just completed an optical parlor. This new venture is in perfect keep ing with tne progressiveness of this popular jewelry house. There will be a dark room and also a testing room in this department. Mr P. A. Mulendyke, who is considered as one of the most experienced optometrists in the South today, will manage this department. Greenwood is proud of this new par lor, as very few cities in the South O* twice as large as ours can boast of such j an optical parlor as can b s so. i at j Weiler's. Greenwood now has an Ex- j Phone or ! pert Accountant, call on CHAS, f. JOHNSON. ! A LARGE INCREASE IN OUR TELEPHONES. The Telephone Companies Are Cqjoy I nt Usual Prosperity. I Mr. W. K. Hanberry, the Cashier of j the local office of the Cumberland, in- ; forms the public that the list of tht | subscribers to the Cumberland service- j It is with pleasure that we note that the Cumberland Telegraph and Tel ephone Company and the Yazoo Talley Telegraph & Telephone Company art enjoying a rare degree of prosperity. They along with the city that enjoys 1 their excellent service, are growing. bas grown from 300 to 800 in nearly j three years. Mr. W. S. Cunningham. ! the manager of the Yazoo Valley phones, j j The demand for phones during th< j entire past year has been so large tha; J the employes of these companies hav< i Thest j reports a proportionate growth. not promptly supplied tht m. conditions are not due to negligence oi the part of the companies, but to tL< j heavy demands. Indications point th t j a greater increase will come with tht I present year and at least fourteen hun dred pnones will be used by Green wood. We see of no reason why these com panies could not establish the droj system. This system is quite a con venience. It does away with the ring ing of the bell for connections, and in sures prom [der service to the custom ers of these companies. It is hopee that these companies will take up the matter with their respective bead cpi irters and give Greenwood this s<-. vice. Wanted. A ggod mais at once to handle our bus Must have bus;to Write P. O. Box 137, .!a-,k ness is manager, eferences. son, Miss. Public Transfer. Special attention given to trunk- an c all kinds of light hauling. ! umb 'phot." 3U8. Yours for prompt service. GEO. W. ( HAM BLESS. Strayed or Stolen From my Mayfield Place one mouse colored mare mule, 15 hand* high, j-boto eight years old. Liberal reward for ii - formation leading to recovery. R. T. JONES. Milch Cows For Sale. Write J. J. Sbiugley, Durant, Miss. for any number of milch cows. COUNTY SOLONS IN JANUARY SESSION. n Board of Supervisors Begin New Year w!th Busy Session. Be it remembered that on the 3rd day and first Monday of January, 1910, the honorable Board of Supervisors of Lulore county, Miss., met at the court "house according to law, present and' presiding, P. M. Aldridge, president, I from beat 3; B. T. Sayre, beat 1; J. M. j Sykes, beat 2; J. L. Haley, beat 4; S. I. ; Brown, beat 5; also present C. W. | Crockett, clerk of said board; 8. Z. j Prophet, sheriff of said county; and E. 4 1 j D. Stone, county attorney. ! Messrs. B. T. Sayre, J M Sykes and j F. M. Aldridge, upon auditing the j books of the county auditor, reported j same correctly and neatly kept and J recommended that the account forS700 i of the auditor be allowed. j Clerk Crockett reported lowest bids received for contract work let at public The Board accepted the j outcry today, j bids and awa,rd"d the contract, I ty auditor at a salary of $500 for the year of 1910. Dr. W. T. Mathews was elected county physician for 1910 at the same salary as for 1909. Davis was elected j mitor for court house and bridge tender at and for $85 per month. Hill & Stone were employ ed as county attorney at a salary of $40 per month. Chas. Esper was em ployed for 1910 as keeper of poor house and farm on same terms as for 1909 A. P. lnlow was appointed trustee for To vuship 18, range 2, west. Several editions for the reduction of laud assessments were accepted and reductions made, it being shown that •overvaluation and clerical errors had C. W. Crockett was retained as coun W. T. b en made. Th* ollowing committees were ap point- d for the year 1910: Beat one, S. I. Browu and J. L. Haley; beat two, B. T. Sayre and J. L. Haley; beat three,' B. T. Sayre and S. I. Brown; beat four, 4. M. Sykes and S. I Brown; beat five, K. M. Aldridge and J M. Sykes. The. matter of the sale of Leflore ty bridge bonds being brought be fore the bdaird, it' was' ordered that county treasurer Chapman advertise sale of said-bonds "to be made at court hoose in Green wood ou the first Monday iu February, 1910. F. M. Aldridge, B. T. Sayre and J. M. Sykes, having been appointed by the board to inspect the county poor house, reported same in bad condition and rec ommended that keeper be compelled to keep same in a sanitary condition, or another k- eper be appointed. All the cases of Wirt Adams, state revenue agent, for the use of State of vl iSMssippi vs. The First National Bank of Greenwood, Greenwood Savings Bank, Bank of Leflore, and Delta Bank were appealed to the next term of the Circuit < uurt. Tho wages of convicts who work on the county farm were fixed as follows: onvicts of the first class, $8 per month; of the second class, $5 per month, from and after January 1st, 1910. Th p<*tuion of S. L Gwin et al was tic a committee of xonin»' and i uipci 'ii public road, and ! > h nexc term of th< read l t il ^ e.l T. A t VU V Lit« report * i too j i d. Tin foil r. al !>> * ■ d: i - w V : 10 no 9 90 '>33 00 6 00 26 50 umb. l't-i Oti, service. ii R vi il lia ms, t. achers aeet. V» F Johnson, repair work. Enterprise, publications. Commonwealth, legal notices .. 100 50 D C Peteet & Bro., mdse for 52 66 11 80 prisoners .. Delta Metal Wks, work on jail D P Montgomery, fees in felony cases . R F Love, fees in felony cases W T Young Bridge Co., first payment . O C Money, bridge inspector .... 100 00 W E Manahan, making fill. S F Jones, final settlement . C R Pierce, repair on bridge. B T Sayre, J M Sykes, F M Aldridge, J L Haley, S 1 Brown, C W Crockett, clerk. Z Prophet, sheriff. Hill & Stone, county attys. G M Turner, making fills. Tay lor Office Co., mdse . S L Raines,* mdse. 50 00 50 00 3514 05 92 70 1797 28 40 00 17 95 23 50 15 00 21 SO 13 00 per diem, etc.... 44 44 4% 9 00 6 00 40 00 90 00 4 35 1 10 44 vaccine . Worrell Mfg Co., disinfectant... 160 71 B C Seitzler, bine prints. C W Crockett et al, lunacy com A R Taylor & Co., typewriter ... sandifer & Hunter, vaccinating Morgan Supply Co., keg nails... W T Mathews, salary . Leon Stein, uidse .. Maliory Davis, mdse.. Mrs Clara Best, teaching. C W Crockett, postage .. W T Davis, janitor. J B Humphreys, postage. Greenwood Light Co , lights .... C W Crockett, eoun'ty aud. 1909 700 00 Fire department, cleaning snow E F Bryan, moving house... Chas. Esper, boarding paupers N Ohio Blanket Co., blankste .... 100 00 S Z Prophet, acete__ 3 T 50 14 00 34 90 54 75 34 00 3 00 37 50 4 95 3 20 10 00 6 00 85 00 4 50 36 03 5 00 25 00 45 25 61 70 - feeding prisoners 296 00 C L Townes, lbr and tepaira.:... W M Peteet, salary & postage 101 45 M 7 50 Taken Up On my Mayfield place one blaek horse mule, brown nose, about nine years old. On paving chargee owner may. recover « PRETTY CEREMONY AT SYNA60CUE When Miss Hetfwlg Strauss Mrs. Ben Nothin. us the and an his has his to the The wedding of Miss Hedwig Strauss and Mr. Ben Nelkin, which was of great interest and import to Jewish social circles in this city, was solemnised in 4 his city at the Jewish Synagogue Tuesday evening promptly at eight o'clock. The synagogue was tastily decorated in pink and white, and a beautiful arch was draped over the pretty altar, from whieh was suspended a wedding bell. A gold basin was extended overrunning with fresh flowers. Ferns and cut flowers were scattered all over the temple, and everything was in perfect keeping with the happy event. Before the entrance of the bridal party Miss Ethel McShanesang "I Love You" in a manner that is truly char acteristic of this fair young vocalist. Next followed the wedding march whieh was excellently rendered by Mrs. Prosser, accompanied by Mr. A. Sacks, with his violin. Loading the bridal procession came Messrs. Sol Stockner, Jake Herman, Weiss and Sig mund Hyman, who were ushers. The gro -m entered then with his best man, Mr. Joe Drey fuss, of Greenville. Little Harold Kantrovitz, the ring-bearer en tered next in front of Miss Essie Gott lieb, the pretty maid of honor, who was gorgeously costumed in yellow chiffon over yellow satin. The beautiful bride, in pearl gray silk voil over taffeta, brought the procession to a close, en tering on the arm of her brother-in law, Mr. Abe Kantrovitz, who gave her away. A most beautiful ceremony was brilliantly said by Rabbi Brill, of Greenville, to a large and appreciative congregation. Immediately after-the ceremony, the bridal party and close friends ad journed to the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kantrovitz, where there was a beauti ful display of the handsome and costly gifts that had been showered upon this couple. A luxurious wedding supper was served before the dance which was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nelkin at the Stein Hall. er but an the but and be Among those present at the dance, for which Ross' Orchestra furnished music, were Misses Gottlieb, of Pine Bluff, Sarsar, Selllger, Herman, Flow ers, Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Rosenthal of Lexington; Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cohen, of Greenville; Mrs. Thalheimer of Pine Bluff, Miss Stein of Greenville; Mr. Gottlieb, Sol Cohen of Vicksburg, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stein, Mr. and Mrs. A. Kantrovitz, Mr. and Mrs. F. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kantrovitz, Mr. aud Mrs. Ed Hyman, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hyman, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Selliger, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Weiler, Mr. and Mrs. Stern, Mr. aud Mrs. A. Bernstein, R. Herman, Robinson, Leon Stein, Sam Stein, Harry Selliger, Mr. and Mrs. Kantrovits of Indianola. Mr. aud Mrs. Ben Nelkin and many others. Immediately after the dance the bridal party accompanied the bride and groom to the early Memphis train to start th<-m on their honeymoon, which will b*' spent at Memphis, Pine Bluff, Little Rock, Greenville and other points, where they will be the recip ients of much social attention. They will be domiciled at Indianola, where Mr N< k n is engaged in tho mercan tile business. To this happy and popular couple. The Commonwealth joins in with their many friends and admirers in wishing them a most pleasant, happy and pros perous journey through life. o * • I ■n ■ > < * « » t > ,, < * < * : ♦ ♦ ♦ i " TAKE IT IN TIME. i Just as Scores of Greenwood People Have. Waiting doesn't pay. If you n< gleet an aching back, Urinary troubles, diabetes, surely follow. Doan's Kidney Pills relieve backache. Cure every kidney ill. Mauy people in this locality recom. mend Doan's Kidney Pills. Here's one case: C. G. Bell, photographer, Alexander St. and Broadway, Greenville, Miss., I consider Doan's Kidney Pills says: the best remedy on earth for backache aud other troubles which arise from w'eak kidneys. This medicine has giv en excellent satisfaction in my case. I cheerfully recommend it to other kid ney sufferers." For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents. Foster Milburn Co., Bufialo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's — and take no other. . Increase In Delivery Sarvice. Owing to the decided increase in the delivery service of our post office de partment, whieh is another indication of Greenwood's characteristic steady growth and prosperity, iu the future the post office service will only make one delivery in the morning and one in the afternoon. Heretofore, two deliv eries have been made iu the forenoon and tbe afternoon. This delivery in the morning will be started at nine o'clock. A collection of mail will be made every morning from seven o'clock to eight o'clock. J. B. Rovenhorst has open ed a Repairing Shop in the Greenwood Hotel Budding, on 222 Howard. Watch Repair ing b his specialty. " I MR. L M. HARWOOD AGCEPTS POSITION With the Greenwood Business League Will Move Here at Once. The members of the Business League and its friends are to be congratulated upon its success in securing the ser vices of Mr. L. M. Harwood, late of the reportorial staff of the esteemed Com mercial Appeal. Mr. Harwood comes to us very highly recommended, and we all feel sure that he is the very man to be associated with Secretary Sterling and the league in the material upbuilding and further development of our city and county. The following is a clipping from Thursday's Commercial Appeal in re gard to Mr. Harwood: L. M. Harweod is a Commercial Ap peal man, who goes to Greenwood, Miss^ on the 18tb, to accept a position with the Greenwood Business League an organization for the development of that hustling delta town. Mr. Harwood has been ou the staff of The Commercial Appeal less than a year, but during his short term of ser vice has shown marked ability, and, by his energetic, conscientious perform ance of every duty entrusted to him, has won the esteem and confidence of his associates and his chief. "In his new field he will be as loyal to Greenwood, to Le flore county, and to Mississippi as he has been to The Com mercial Appeal, ar.d we wish him every success. We welcome Mr. Harwood to our city, and wish to assure him that we stand ready to cooperate with him in the achievement of a common end. a a It <4 H Large Department Store. While chasing dope down around oar streets The Commonwealth reporter heard it being rumored that Mr. W. T. Fountain would iu the near future erect a large department store. W'heth er this is correct we were not informed, but it is hoped that Mr. Fountain will erect a handsome depart meut store at an early date. Just now he has one of the most up-to-date stores in the delta, but is seriously handicapped by not having sufficient room to properly stock and display his excellent lines. Be sides this new department store will be a great credit to our city. a o sand; * • WRITE OR PHONE I Ed. w. fox, :: AT CARROLLTON MISS., ■n FOR CLEAN WHITE SAND, v ■ > • • Just the Best For All Purposes. * ' He Supplies all Mississippi y < * Delta Towns. « » Quickest Service and Lowest + t > Prices ever Heard Of. * ' 4 I No Man Can Compete With Him. ; ! « » Oldest and Largest Sand Ship ,, per South of the Ohio River. ♦ < * O < * + : ♦ HIGH GRADE BUILDING ♦ ♦ ♦ i ♦ o o BRICK O WRITE FOR PRICES. i o ♦ LOVE WAGON CO. DURANT, MISS. o A * '♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦❖♦♦♦♦♦I !ii!tjfbsii!l§i b & ♦14 t : « e X r~ ! ru m ' 0 k a A a* ❖ •» i :T 1 1 * 1 r** V m s s SSSW3K8I t % m fy] ; V ► M il m - je lä &J £s I 4 ï Là :• X 5 I. NO CUSS, ?40 PAY A ^ > -a Oldest and best c-V.ve ior chilis y *$► and roaiami fevers cf til L">nds. 4^4 Will "orefile your chilis and V" clear your system of the f 1^4 malaria that causes them —thus ♦ making tfce chilis Stay "broken." ^5^ ♦ No arsenic or other poisons; no ♦ 4*4 injurious after effects; not bad to £ take. ^ Ah a General Tonfc !t >^4 wi:i build you vp sad make «£1 ^ you immune t<> ail malarial J* J levers, tevt ionic for children. ^ 4% For over forty years it has been G JA a household reaedy throughout A ♦ the South v * 1Î4 Sold by all druggists. 50 cents ^ and $1.00. 4« V A V »... e 4 t PUZZL 4IO t I %. ♦ h | I .V c& Ray you saw fhis , and ser.r* fr> nt »'.'Li 'ci Los. in which 'A'interimirh's Tonic is pat up we will mail you picture puzzle; latest craze; few adults C.S well as children. Address Abthvb Petf.r & Cc-.. Kill Street, Louisville, Ktatuct--;-. 2 i ed >14 ♦ û ANOTHER RAUMMD-, FOR DELTA SECTION. Traction Una Gov. Noel has issued a proclamation authorising the organisation and the incorporation of the Clarksdale & Lake view Railroad Company, and the Clarks daleA Webb Railroad Company—the promoters of the enterprises being W. A. Percy, of Memphis, J. W. Cutrer, of Clarksdale, and J. T. Lowe of Tunica Associated with these gentlemen are a score or more of citizens of Mem phis, and of the Delta seetion of Mis sissippi through which the linee will ran. The lines are to be continuations of the line of the Lakeview Traction Company from Memphis to Clarksdale, thenoe to Webb, where connections will be made North and South with the Southern Railway from Webb to Bel soni on the Yazoo river, one of the greatest fanning regions in the State. The Lakeview Traction Company has a capital of $1,500,009, and an author ized bond issue for s similar amount. It owns valuable franchises in Memphis, and depot sites at Memphis and Lake view. The roadbed has been completed to Lakeview, so that the traok will be laid and the road in operation by the 15th of April. The soheme is to build an elec trio line from Memphis, through Covington and Brownsville to Jackson, Tenn., from Collierville to Middleton and a loop around the city of Memphis—also cov ering the rich delta seetion of Missis sippi and secure valuable connections at Clarksdale and Webb to the Yazoo river. The Sale-Hamner Wedding on Tues day. The marriage of Miss Sara Sale to Mr. William Morris Hamner, of Green wood, was celebrated at the First Meth odist church on the evening of Tuesday at 9 o'clock, and was a notable event in a winter distinguished by the number and charm of its weddings. White and green were combined in the artistic ef fect of the church decorations with quantities of Southern smilax forming the border of chancel and choir rails, the graceful tracery finding a pretty display against a white background which was introduced here and there in contrast to rich dark wood work. A variety of palms in pyraminal design gave an attractive note, while candles in crystal candelabra, gleaming amid a tropical setting, added anew to the picturesque scene. Shortly before the appointed hour Mrs. Dashiell sang de lightfully De Koven's favored "Oh l Promise Me," with Miss Neilson as or ganist, and to herald the bridal party the wedding maroh from Lohengrin was given. The ushers, Mr. B. F. Johnson, of Raleigh, N. C., Mr. Charles F. Sher rod, Jr., Mr, Bailey Hardy and Mr. Leighton Lide, entered first, and stood at the entranoe ways to the chancel. They were followed by the bridesmaids alternating with the groomsmen, who took their plaeee within the ohanoel to await the coming of the bride. Miss Collins, of Water Valley, Miss Margie Hairston, Miss Adele Leigh and Miss Fannie Cady acted as bridesmaids and made a charming group in their becom ing dresses of yellow messaline with touches of gold, their flowers, white rosebuds, encircled by maidenhair ferns. The groomsmen were Judge Percy Bell, of Greenville, Mr. Honry Lake, of Memphis, Mr. Stacey Hibbler, of West Point, and Mr. Hugh West, of Jackson. Mrs. Frank C. Owen, herself so recent a bride, was matron of honor, and was lovely in her wedding costume of white satin embroidered in silver, her boquet a great cluster of yellow roses. Miss Sale entered with her brother, Mr. John B. Sale, and Mr. Hamner with his best man, Jndge Gar land Lyell, of Jackson, oame from the rear stairway of the auditorium, joining them at the center of the chancel. Miss Sale was a beautiful bride in her wed ding gown of white messaline satin with full court train, a gown exquisite in style and finish. She wore a veil of illusion caught with a diamond pin, and carried a shower boquet of white roses. The ceremony, impressive and nnusual, was performed by the Rev. Dr. Irvine, pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Greenwood. At its conclusion the members of the bridal party and a few intimate friends were entertained in formally at the home of Mrs. Sale. Later in the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Hamner left for New Orleans, from whieh port they will sail for Cnba to visit Havana and other points of inter est on the island.—Columbus Dispatch, Mâtinee Musical Club Elects Officers. The Matinee Musical Club met at the home of Mrs. N. 8. Wright Wednesday afternoon. This meeting proved of much interest as the election of offi cers for the ensuing year was held. The following officers were unanimously elected: Mrs. N. 8. Wright, president; Miss Bessie Creegan, secretary and re porter; Mrs. Roger Friermood, Federa tion secretary; Mrs. Prosser and Misses Marie Meador and Ethel McShane, pro gramme committee; and Miss Susie Wqlls, treasurer. The next meeting of the club will be held with Mrs. Pros ser, on Washington avenue, when a Hu benstein programme will be rendered. For Rent Two Neatly Furnished Rooms. Con venient part of oitv. Reasonable price. Apply at this office for farther inform-