Another benefit to be added to the list for thewinter isi the bazaar planned for the Arden Shore winter camp for convalescent men and boys which will be held at he Evanston Woman's club from 2 until 10 o'clock, Monday. The bazaar is given under the direction of the chairman of the Arden Shore association from Evanton to Waukegan, of which Mrs. Robert B. Gregory is president. The various town chairmen are: Mrs. Upton , Waukegan; Mrs. C. E. Pope of Lake Forest; Mrs. McGregor Adams, Highland Park; Mrs. Walter McNeill [McNitt?] of Ravinia; Mrs. H. C. Holleway, Glencoe; Mrs. Barnett, Winnetka; Mrs. Ralph Farwell, Kenilworth; Mrs. C. C. Mitchell, Wilmete, and Mrs. O. Tennis, Evanston
Elaborate plans are being perfected and if carried to a successful issue the bazaar will be one of the best ever held in Evanston. Each town will have a table or a concession of candy, cakes, flowers or fancy work. Chances will be sold on two beautiful oriental rugs under the direction of Mrs. George L. Martin. The flowers will be presided over by Mesdames Thomas Knox and J. Parker Gowing, and the cakes by Mrs. Charles A. Wanner. Tea and sandwiches will be served, and there will be dancing in the lower ball room both in the afternoon and evening.
There will be a small admission to the club house which paid in the afternoon will give the privilege of returning later. A special invitation is extended to the young people, and a delightful time is promised.
The committee in charge consists of Mrs. O. B. Tennis of Evanston, Mrs. C. C. Mitchell, Mrs. M. Frank Barrett [?], Mrs. Thomas Knox [?], Mrs. Alfred Bersbach, Mrs. [illegible] Martin, Mrs. J. Parker Gowing, Mrs. D. M. Gallie, Mrs. Ernest T. Bartlett, Mrs. Hayes McKinney, Mrs. Herbert C. Mulford, Mrs. William Mahan, Mrs. John R.Cochran, Mrs. D. F. Aiden [?], Mrs. Percy Idler, Mrs. E. FitzRandolph, Mrs. Robert Moore, Mrs. William Montgomery, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Harvy [illegible], Mrs. [illegible]