Wednesday. march 5, is the date set for the regular monthly luncheon and business meeting of the club. Reservations for the luncheon must be made in writing with Mrs. O. C. Eastman, 412 Central avenue, not later than Monday afternoon.
The last of the series of lectures will be given March 12, and will deal with "Plays of the Day" and "The Plays of the Closing Season and the New Stage Craft." Tickets for this lecture will be 25 cents.
Mrs. Edwin Barnes, 2753 Stanley avenue, Evanston, assisted by Mrs. Charles J. Kindel, 915 Lake avenue, and Mrs. E. H.. Robinson, 626 Central avenue, acted as hostersses.
The Young Ladies' auxiliary is preparing a play to be given on the date arranged for Domestic Science day. The subject of the play is "The Suffraget." The cast of the play is as follows: Mrs. Mallory, a young married woman....Helen Skinner; Susie, her daughter, aged 10 years.....Katherine King; Mrs. John Wilson, her mother the suffraget.....Juliet Gates; Mrs. James Wilson, her aunt, and Mrs. J. Wilson's sister-in-law....Dorothy Ray; Maggie Conroy, professional shopper....Alice Armstrong; Miss Brown, reporter for the Daily Telegram....Mary Gates; Katie, Irish maid....Louise Mueller; Time: Present; Place: Springfield, Ill.; Mrs. Frank L. Koontz is directing the play. Executive Committee - Miss Alameda Lewis, Miss Florence Pond. Properties Committee - Miss Margaret Hall.
The next meeting of the club will be one of great importance and a full attendance is desired. Nominations are to be made from the floor 0 for the board of directors. Those who have been members two years are eligible.
Clubs if the Tenth district of the Illinois Federation will meet with the Evanston Woman's club Thursday, March 13, in its new club building, corner Church street and Chicago avenue, Evanston. Morning session will begin with a board meeting from 9:30 to 10:30 o'clock. Speakers for the occasion include the foillowing: Mrs. Geo. W. Plummer of Consumers' league of Illinois; Mr. Arthur B. Farwell, president Chicago Law and Order league; Mrs. S. M. B. Hunt, chairman art committee, L. F. W. C.; Mrs. John Harvey Vrown, vice-president-at-large, L. F. W. C.; Mrs. Minnie Starr Grainger, general federation state secretary; Mrs. Fred A. Dow, president L. F. W. C. Luncheon, 12:30, Afternoon session, 2 p. m. Music....Miss Edna L. Palmer; Aria from "The Magic Flute". Mozart; :A May Morning"....Mauney; "Gray Days"....Johnson; "A Rose Rhyme"....Salter.
Addresses - Mr. Joel Hunter, chief probation officer Cook county; Mrs. William E. Bayes, superintendent of the Legal Aid Society of Chicago.