Granger's hall, on Thursday evening last, was filled with happy children and admiring párente, who had come to take part in a f.incy drees party given by Miases Bay Brown aid Ethel .Morris. Maeters Eoger Murria, Harry Brown, Clarence Vanghn, Walter Yaughn Harry De Pont, and Donald Da PontThe following is a list of those taking part and the costumes worn: Miss Klie Stanley, Josephine, empress of the French; Bessio Kenna, Miss Moffet; Cbristine, Lilly and Editli Nancrede, Japanese; Misses Ray Brown and Caroline Pattengill, Swiss; Miss Clark as Luna; Sibylle Pettee as Venus; Lillian Cole, Mother Goose; Miss Luella Moore, Louiss Hennequin andClara Dean in haudsonie eypsy costumes; Ethel Thompson, Geek"; Sarah Hardy, winter; Bessie Pond as evening; Dottie Janes, egi woiuan; Misses Ethel Morris, Louise Tallock and Anna Knowlton as fairief; Luella Granger and Miss Hurd, floWCT girls; Florence Adams, as Little Bopeep; Grace Moore, Queen of Hearts; Frankie Mann, DaiFa-Dan-Dilly; Flosie Spencer as Miss Muffet; Kathline Nancrede, rnilk maid; Mabel Mason, pop oorn girl, Haizle Mason, ilower girl; Maud Van Arsdale; Dutch girl; Carlotta Maduris, Normandy girl; Margaret Knowlton, elegant Spanish costume; Annie VVatkins, Italian; Lonise Liessmer, Mary Clarkson, and Kate Greenway.Japanese girls. Willie MoLean, huntsman; Roger Morri?, sailor; Donald De Pont, sailor; Dick Depont, midshipman; Harry De Pont, Courtier (Harry wore the coat his gran '.-father wore when presented at court ninety years ago.) Gerald Brown, Swiss costume; Herbert Vaughn, prince of England; Walter Vaughn, Prince; Clarence Vaughn, Highlander; Phil Hall.sailor; Omer Hall, Astrologer; James Torrance, as a colónel; Ross Spencer, Boy Blue; Fied Wright, Tennis; Hall Cheever, Jap geni; Harold Bennett, Uncle Sana; Bradely Granger, clown; Willie Jackson, Russian (an elegant costume,); Clinton Milten, drummer boy; Hardy Woodruff, cavalier; Thomas Kenna, as a heralder; Herbert Carrow, Spanish costume. The costumes were all fine and characters taken well. The children danced the difficult program very gracefully, Refreshments were ser ved and the little ones started for home at about half past nine.