Important remaining a to pylorus, BARN DANCE AT CONEY. At Bqnlro Mangels' barn, on West Eighth street and Tickler lane, Coney Island, many folks, young nnd old, enjoyed enjoyed an old-fashioned old-fashioned old-fashioned barn dance given by two young women well known In that vicinity. Miss May Rlgney and Miss Emily Emily Brewster were kept very busy for some weeks before, preparing for tho event. A spacious room was decorated so as to represent a barn, many drawings oa brown paper . covering the walls. The dance orderB wers novel, being made by those who gave the dance. Refreshments were cider and old-fashioned old-fashioned old-fashioned old-fashioned cookies. All obeyed the sign near by which read, "Ev'rything comes f him who helps hlsself." Among thoae preBent were: Squlrs Mangels. Mrs. Mangels, Mrs. Smith, Undo Ezra Brewster, Mrs. .1. F. Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. Hall. Mrs. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Blohm, Mr. Kehrwleder, Misa Brewster, Mr and Mrs. Schone, Martha Mangels, Christine Mangels. Edna Brewster, Katharine Katharine Brewster, Emily Brewster, May Rlgney Martha Morche, Edward Morcha, Lucy Anderson, Alfred Hollwedel, Lillian Wubbe. Charles Kannopky. William Ko-walka, Ko-walka, Ko-walka, Mr. Llbby. Anna Miller, Mrs. Chtlds, Mrs. Holden, Cholly Brewster. Mrs. C- C- N. Brewster, Constable Hank Rlgney, Mrs. T. D. Rlgney, Grace Walsh, Margaret Calanan. George Guinan, Louise Johnson, Frank Martin. Miss McNamara, Albert Von Wiegan, Herbert Steffens. John Gerken, Anna Plchlt, Florence Beh. Charles Dowd. Richard Burchardt, Henry Burchardt, Mildred Saul, Harold Nash. Jenny Seller, Frank Childs, Miss Lawlor. Thomas Franklin,- Franklin,- Malllck FltzpatrlcU. Miss Owens. Edward Hayes, Mr. Lawlor, Mies Depew, David' Wickers, Haiel Grange. Louise Fillmore, Bessie Perry, Frank Haroshire. Fred Mangels, William Mangels. Jr., and Karla Kehrwleder.