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J. L. & S. C. BALL. Another Brilliant Entertainment by This Organization. The season of '93-4 was formally opened by the Jefferson Literary aud Social Circle last Tuesday night with a full dress ball at the Masonic Temple. That the occasion was a success goes without saying. The previous work ofthe present Eqtertainment Com mittee renders such a statement needless. It was 9:30 when the band announced the opening of the grand march, which was led by Mr. M. E. Marcuse and Miss Rosa May. There were several visitors in at tendance, among the number being Rev. S. Horwitz, of Petersburg; Miss Lily Hagadorn, of Phila delphia, Pa.; Miss Bella Goodman, of the same city; Mr. Ralph Cohen, of Seneca, Kansas, and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Solomon, of Savannah, Ga. DEBUTANTES. The debutantes of the season were Miss Fannie Mitteldorfer and Miss Maud Dallman—Miss Mittel dorfer was handsomely attired in white silk with satin trimming and flowers—Miss Dallman's costume was an extremely pretty one of cream China silk and lilies of the valley. THE LADIES. Among the ladies participating were Miss Fannie Wallerstein, cream silk, trimmed with velvet. Mrs. Jacob Gans, cream silk, with heliotrope trimming and dia monds. Mrs. Simon Cohen, cream bro cade silk. Mrs. S. L. Bloomberg, black silk and jet trimming. Mrs. Isadore Strause, blue and white silk, with lace trimming. Miss Fannie Michelbacher, red silk. Miss Hagadorn, pink china silk, with ruby trimmings. Miss Bella Goodman, white china silk. Mrs. F. S.Myers, handsome black silk velvet, with jet trimmings and diamonds. Mrs, Gus. Thalhimer, black bro caded silk, trimmed with lace, and diamond ornaments. Miss May Michelbacher, white brocaded silk. Mrs. S. J. Binswanger, white and blue albatross. Miss Carrie Strause, cream silk and green trimmings. Miss Blanche Binswanger, white dotted swiss. Miss Esther Hirshberg, cream brocaded silk, with green velvet and point lace. Mrs. S. Bachrach, striped silk, with velvet and point de Jean lace trimmings and diamonds. Miss Hattie Lovenstein, cream brocaded silk. Miss Rebecca Whitlock, cream silk, with black velvet trimmings. Mrs. Simon Cohen, cream brocad ed silk. Miss Sarah Hutzler, pink silk and garniture of lace. Mrs. Myer Kirsh, blue satin. Miss Tillie Kraker, red silk and black chantilly lace trimmings. Mrs. E. N. Calisch, old rose silk and lace trimming. Miss Daniella Stern, black lace. Mrs. H. M. Reinhard, white twill silk. Mrs. Edwd. Whitlock, cream silk with trimming of green. Mrs. Moses Thalhimer, changa ble silk, with trimming of black lace. Miss Minnie Strause, pink and black costume. Miss Mamie Newman, nile green silk costume, with crepe de chine trimming, and diamond ornaments. GENTLEMEN. The gentlemen in attendance were: Hon. William Lovenstein, Rev. Dr. Edward N. Calisch, Messrs. M.S. Block. P. Whitlock, Byron Bear, Abram Whitlock, Simon Syele, Alex Marcuse, Simon Whitlock, E. Raab, Alfred S. Kraker, Charles Straus, Simon Stern, S. L. Bloom berg,Morris H.Asher.Ed ward Whit lock, Jos. Wallerstein, A. E.Straus, Leon L. Strause, E. A. Ezekiel, IsadoreStrause,GusJ.Michelbacher, Jos. L. Levy, Aaron Stern, Ralph Levy, Henry Myer, Henry S. Hut zler, Milton J. Straus, Moses I. Bin swanger, Simon Cohen, Seymour Sycle| Nathan Simon, Emanuel Ull man, Jacob Gans and Daniel. Whit- The programs were very hand somely gotten up in celluloid and plush and the supper was served at 12 o'clock by Mr. T. A. Hulcher, Dakwood Hebrew Cemetery Associ ation. At the annual meeting of theOak wook Hebrew Cemetery Associa tion held at the Kenesath Israel Synagogue on Sunday evening last, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Board of Managers.—H. Fisher, president; N. Greenwald, vice-pres ident; Wm. Perlstein, secretary, G. Bernstein, treasurer. Board of Directors—H. E. Hirsh berg, }os. Lichtenstein, S. Scheer, A. M. Meyer, Harry Hirshberg. Mrs. I. Thalhimer and Mrs. L. Lichtenstein are recovering from th«» effects of recent accidents. The latter lady broke her wrist, while the former sustained a serious fall from a dust-pan left on the steps by a servant. FRESH EVERY HOUR. It may not be generally known, but as fine candy is made in Rich mond as in France. At Kaempfs 110 North Ninth Street Candy is made every hour in the day, and no better goods can be found anywhere. Don't forget the number, 110 Ninth just exactly in the rear ofthe Mozart Academy. , All Photographs are bound to be likenesses. The camera never lies. Artistic taste is the secret of a "good likeness." Try Davis 827 East Broad street and then draw your own conclusions. A Sufferer for years gratefully ac" knowledges the great benefit he re ceived by taking Dr. David's Cough Syrup for Asthma and Bronchitis, of long standing. If you suffer, take it and be cured. Only 25 cents everywhere.