Mr. Paul E. Noe is in New York.
Dr. Alice B. Brown is now in the south.
Mr. Anton J. Vollman has returned from a trip to Wisconsin.
Mr. Sanford Bissell is out again after several weeks' illness.
Miss Church of Watertown, Wis., is the guest of Mrs. W. J. Snow.
Mrs. P. S. Post of 475 Maple avenue is in New York for a short visit.
Mr. William Smallwood Bishop is very ill at his home with pneumonia.
Mr. O. D. Earon of 838 Lincoln avenue is in the east on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Hoyt have returned from a trip through the south.
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Allen, Mrs. P. B. Hoyt and Miss Hoyt are now in Italy.
C. D. Murphy, formerly of 989 Cherry street, has moved to Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
The Mothers' club will meet this afternoon at 2 o'clock at Community house.
Mrs. Ira C. Wood, 808 Prospect avenue, is visiting in the south for a few weeks.
Miss Mae Ferris of Elkhorn, Wis., is visiting Mrs. C. E. Hall of Willow street.
Mrs. John Buckingham, who is traveling in Europe, is now in Paris, France.
The two small daughters of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Whitman are ill with scarlet fever.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Power and family have returned to their Ridge avenue home.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Clague left Sunday with Mr. Kreger's mother at 1031 Spruce street.
Mr. Nash Cazel is confined to his home with inflammatory rheumatism. He has been ill for several weeks.
Miss June Keith, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Douglass Smith, has returned to New York.
Miss Della Morse, 433 Provident avenue, who has been ill for the last two weeks, has developed typhoid fever.
Mr. Thomas Scully of Elm street, is in Galveston, Texas. Mr. Scully expects to be stationed there for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Weart of 27 [last number is illegible] Linden street, left last Saturday for Magnolia Springs, Ala., for an extended visit.
Dr. and Mrs. Casey A. Wood, who have been in the Virginia in Chicago for the last few months, are now in California.
Louise, the small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Bross Lloyd and family left Saturday for Leon Springs, Texas, for several weeks' visit on their ranch.
Miss Mary Elmer is visiting at the home of her brother, Mr. H. N. Elmer, of Spruce street. Miss Elmer's home is in Bridgeton, N. J.
Mrs. James L. Houghteling and Miss Leila Houghteling are in Paris. They are to visit Miss Margaret Houghtelling, who is in school there.
Mrs. Charles Burkitt was in the southern part of the state last week on a business trip for the Burkitt and Wylie Construction company.
H. L. Hollis and family are soon to move from their Elm street home to the house on Lincoln avenue formerly occupied by Mr. Hale Holden.
Mrs. George Rudolph of Spruce street, who was taken to the Evanston hospital last week, has not improved in condition very much and is still very ill.
The Men's club of the Congregational church held their regular monthly meeting and dinner Monday evening. The boys' clubs of the church were the guests of the men.
Miss Ethel Mason of Winnetka has been chosen head of the membership committee (women) of the Chicago Progressive club. This committee is composed of five members.
The intermediate grades of Girton school entertained friends and parents at a little play, at the Winnetka Woman's club Thursday afternoon. The play was under the management Miss Julia Henry.
Andrew K. macLeish, 31 years old, is brother of Mr. John E. MacLeish, --- [street number is illegible] Ash street, died Saturday at Lewiston, Mont. He was born in Chicago, but moved to Montana, where he owned a large ranch.
Mrs. Raymond Hardenburgh is to return to Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic, early next month. Mrs. Hardenburgh is at present with her mother, Mrs. L. M. Johnson, in Augusta, Ga. Mrs. Johnson expects to accompany Mrs. Hardenburgh to Buenos Ayres for an extended visit.
Mrs. Rudolph Matz, 1005 Sheridan road, who is a member of the Legal Aid society of Chicago, was one of the speakers at the thirty-eighth meeting of the industrial club of Chicago at the La Salle hotel Monday evening. Mrs. Matz spoke of the industrial wage loan bill now before the Illinois legislature.