The charity ball will be held in the Masonic Temple, Tuesday evening, February 6, and it will undoabteilly be one of the great social events of the season, besides netting a large fund to make many ng persons happy. All arrange ments are being perfected for a very ïighly successful ball. The beauty of the arrangements is that all the eceipts will go to the deserving )oor. The canvas used by the junor hop committee has been secured. Stabler has charge of the decoraions. The printing has been donated, the refreshments are all exsected to be donated, and are in charge of Mrs. de Pont. The patronesses for the evening are Mesdames. Angelí, Thompson, 3ettee, Nancrede, de Pont, Carrow, Stanley, Vaughan,Knowlton, Adarns, Bach, Clarkson, Doty, Clement, Hall. The following gentlemen will con5titute the floor committee: Ross Granger, Cari Warden, Cari Miner, íohn Rogers, Earl Babst, Bert Baran, J. J. Quarry, Harry Dinglan, Fred McOmber, H. M. Senter, John L. Duffy, Dan Quirk, Thomas Cooley. The Chaumegon Orchestra furnishes the music, which they have épecially prepared for the occasion. Tickets are $3 which will admit a gentleman and lady, ladies' tickets are $1.