THE CHILDREN MADE HAPPY. On Friday evening, Jan. 5, at the C. K. of A. hall, the young girls' choir at St. Mary's and their friends had a most enjoyable party. Misses Duguet, O'Brien, Little .Buboltz and Gleason had charge of the affair, and did eve-thing eve-thing possible to make the evening a pleasant one. The following ladies of the congregation supplied a delicious lunch: Airs. W. E. Smedley, Mrs. Patrick Kervin, Mrs. Philip Fine- gan, Mrs. John McCabe. Mrs. Fred i Hanson, the Misses Keith, Miss Salis-' Salis-' bury. Miss O'Brien, M3es Little and Miss Duguet. Rt. Rev. Bishop and all the clergy j were present. There were many inter- j BSting games played, and an impromptu i musical programme given. These present were Mildred Cuddy, Katherine O'Brien, Frances McCarthy, : Bertha Brown, Mamie Fitzgerald, Ethel ! McDonald, Rose O'Connor. Nellie Mc- i Cabe, Anna Porter, Irene Kane. Bessie I Hope, Frances Little, Mollie McCoooy, j Katherine Butler, Edward Harley, Chester Hope. Roy Wiliiams, William i Keogh, Charles Flaherty, Henry Mc- J Lean, Thomas O'Rourke, Robert Har- ! ley, Richard Kane, Frank Miller, Wil- j Ham McGuire and Roy Lindsay. Clara Fafek is the little soprano who sang the solos at St. Mary' s last Sun- j day.