bargains. ST. PATRICK'S COSVEST SCHOOL. Interesting; Exercises Close tne Session. The pupils of St. Patrick's School en tertained their friends delightfully yes terday evening in the large study ball of their convent The deep recesses of the windows were prettily festooned with evergreens, and gave the apartment a cool and Inviting appearance. On either side of tbe neatly decorated stage a row of seats had been arranged in pyramidal form, iand as the curtain rose it disclosed to view the smaller Doys and girls looking smilingly down upon their larger companions, and as the latter filed gracefully in the spirited music of tbe entrance march was graceruny rendered by Misses M. Meedlng, m. Net son and v. anfiecrirfe. A grand opening, chorus, "Come Where the Rose Buds." was sung with fine effect effect by the entire school. This was followed followed by the principal feature of the evening, a drama entitled "Dottle's Dream. ' jnis piece was repieie wun hizh and classic thought, run or spiritual lty and romance, and was acted by the young ladies ln a clever and forcible manner. Their elocution and diction were clear, and their appreciation of the graver scenes ideal ln conception and delivery The folloavinir were .the young players: Misses A. Mullen. M. Nelson. V. Juraon - ville. V. Vandegriffe, B. Jumonville, J. Kasler. A. Slouch. A. Zabala. J. Estalotte. E. Laughlin. E. Biiiste, A. Kent, A. Tour - nlllon. K. Detzei. L. z - aoaia, a. aictntee, L. Warner. M. "Joohey. This wsjs followed by a beautiful "Flair rrill. which was admirably exe cuted bv the boys, their graceful motions, motions, exquisite symmetry of movements and bri ant costumes bringing lonn rounds, of applause. Their steps - were the very poetry or motion, ana tne ae - lighted audience w - ould not be satisfied until the lutricate movements were re peated several times. Rev. Father Fallon, pastor of St. Pat rick's, addressed the pupils and distributed distributed the prizes, which were awarded to the following pupils: Messrs. 11. Nelson. Nelson. J. Slough. J. Daley, t. H.inley. F. Bever. E. Buiste, J. urennan. i. I'unj, Misses A. Mullen. M. Nelson. V. Jnmon - ville. V. Vandegriffe. B. Jumonville. J. Kasler. A. Slouch. A. Zahala. J. Estalotte. Estalotte. E. Laughlitr, E. Buiste, A. Kent, A. Tournillon, K. Detzei. L. Zabala, A. McEntee. L. "Watner. M. Toobey. S. :iver C. Blake. E. Dorn. M. Davey, L. Jumonville, K. Kenny. C. Hanley, M. Farrell, L. woodsiae. i'eiz.ei. j. .a - bltzlev, F. Green and R. Clesl. This school" is under the direction of those accomplished teachers, the Sisters Marian Ites of Holy Cross. The system of education Is thorough and based upon the most progressive method?, while the moral training of the pupils and their instruction in all the fine arts and accomplishments accomplishments are the characteristics which have made the convent schools of the Order of Holy Cross, from their very foundation, a leading place among the educational institutions of the south.