THE Y M. M. I. A The Y. M. 11. 1. A. met in the council house Tuesday night as per instructions given cat at the tabernacle SuLdar . The weather was quite cold Sunday and there was a slim attendance at the tab r nacle a:;df eourse.very few were aware that a Dueling was to be held and that fait, no doubt, accounts fur the rather slim attendance Tuesday night. The meeting was opened with prayer by Hans Larsen. Louis Anderson stated the object of the meeing: Was for the purpose if reorganizing a Young Mens' Mutual Improvement association, aad to eleit officers for the coming year He stuti d that the president bad tendered bis resignation and thought the first business busi-ness would be to take some action in the matter. Sieved and seconded that the resignation resigna-tion 01A.C. Nelson be accepted. Carried. Ezra.Cbristiansen was unanimously elected president of the association fo: die coming year. Edward Reid and N. P. Westenskow were nnimously sustained as counselors in the order named. Next came the election of a secretary. E. A. Gregory placed the name of L. R. Anderson In nomioation.as a person well fl tedjfor the office. A vote resulted in V'r Ai derson being nnamously elected. The other offices to be filled were librairj, treasurer and cn assistant soe-r soe-r tary. A. C. Nelson was elected librian A. C Anderson, treasurer; Peter Poulson assistant secretary. It was decided to hold regular meetings meet-ings every Tuesday evening in the council coun-cil boose, time of commencing to be 7 o'clock. A cordial invitation Is extended ex-tended to all yonng men to be present at any and all of these meetings and it 1? to be hoped that a large number will attend. Mr. Lonis Anderson made a few remarks re-marks stating the object of the organization organi-zation and setting forth its many advantages ad-vantages and benefits. At the conclusion of his remarks President Christiansen was called upon for a speech and in a few well chosen ords tbankfd the association for the nonor conferred upon him. Bishop Jt-nseu made a few closing remarks re-marks at the conclusion of which the meeting wat adjourned. Benediction by H. C. Jensen.