The sisters of St. Francis, St. Francis Hospital, Evanston, take this means to extend their most sincere thanks to the general public for the ready patronage and personal interest taken to make the rencent benefit vaudeville a success. To each of the professional artists who delighted the audience by rendering an exceptional program. Special credit is due to the officers of the St. Francis Hospital association under whose management the affair was directed and who worked with untiring zeal for weeks previous were; Messrs. Joseph J. Berry, president;
Charles J. Connor, secretery; Joseph T. Tyrell, chairman entertainment committee; Maurice J. Cooney, chairman program committee. The charitable ladies who are at all times ready to devote their time to the welfare and interest of the hospital deserve special mention. Among them are: Mrs. Joseph J. Berry, Mrs. George W. Boot, Mrs. John T. Connery, Mrs. D. E. Cooney, Mrs. Maurice C. Cooney, Mrs. Thomas E. Connor, Mrs. Charles E. Darling, Mrs. John Gatley, Mrs. James P. Hartray, Mrs. George A. Kearney, Mrs. Nicholas P. Krans, Mrs. Edward Kirschberg, Mrs. Thomas H. Leahy, Mrs. Daniel [damaged] Cann, Mrs. James P. McCann, Mrs. Robert McCall, Mrs. Ellis McDonald, Mrs. William Muelhoefer, Mrs. [damaged] F. O'Connor, Mrs. Theodore V. [damaged], Mrs. Julius Regenstein, Mrs. Frank H. Spearman, Mrs. Adam [damaged]. Mrs. Archibald A. McKinley and her staff of young ladies who brightened the evening and also realised an enormous sum by their sale of candy and flowers were Misses Elinor Berry, Clara Connor, Margaret Connor, Emma Copeland, Delphine Donahoe, Dorothy Davis, Rose Emerson, Louella Foley, Celestine Horine, Regina Hartman, Agnes Hynes, Margery Lee, Florence Langhenry, Nannie Murphy, Anna McManus, Addie [damaged], Eliza Murphy, Marion Mehlem, Mary McDonald, Ruth Maginnis, Claudia O'Connor, Mae O'Hare, Mable [damaged], Catherine Purcell, Josephine Ryan, Margareet Stokes, Ruth Shaffer, Katheryn Tyrrell, Charlotte Waterburg, Margaret Weiland, Annd Zender.