Mrs. ArthuJ. Sweet is visiting friends in Ionia. Willaim Eldert has been visiting in Saginaw and Bay City. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Clarkson were in Macon over Sunday. Mrs. Cadwallader, of Ohio, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Royer. Miss Henriques goes to New Haven, Conn., for a visit this week. Walter Hawkins, of Detroit, recently of Ypsilanti, was in the city yesterday. Otto Behr, of Detroit, was in the city on business, the latter part of last week. Hon. Don M. Dickinson, of Detroit, took a drive about the city Friday afternoon. Hon. Fred A. Maynard, of Grand Rapids, son of John W. Maynard, ;eaves for Europe this week. Justice E. B. Pond was in his Dffice yesterday for the first time since his recent seige with la grippe. Mrs. John Burg, of Illinois, and Mrs. Miller, of Ypsilanti, were vjsiting friends in this 'city last Friday. Joseph T. Jacobs returned Saturday evening from New York, where he had been attending a meeting of the Indian Commission. Mrs. Wm. Allaby has returned from her week's visit at Lowell, Mich. She was accompanied by her cousin, Paul Dehner, who will spend a few weeks here. Capt. Bortle, the genial landlord of the Franklin House, returned last Friday from Utica, N. Y., where he had been visiting his daughter and many old friends for a week. Look out for the Key !