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S. S. Blitz and wifewere at Detroit, Sunday and Monday. George Vinkte has moevd with hls faniily from Dexter to tliis city. Rlev. Fr. Fii'i-lr, of Ionia, lias been visiting bis old parish, tbis week. Miss MÜey, of Washington street, left' for an easteïn trip, Monda y. Chas. H. Kline lcft Tuesday evening on a ten days' trip to New York. Chris. Heinzmann, of Bay City, spent a ouple of days this week in the city. Mrs. ,T. T. Swathel left for a four weeks' visit to friends in Utica and New York City, Tuesday. Chas. K. Whitman left Monday on an official trip over the Michigan Central and the Lake Shore systems. Fred H. Abbott, now a prosperous attorney of Crystal Falls. pent a couplij of days this week witb friends here. H. W. Douglivs rcturned Sunday from N'cw York, where be attended a meeting of the American Gas Ligbting association. H. T. Morton returned Saturday Erom a convention of electric street car magnates whlch was held at Pittsburg. Pa., last week. Mrs. Adolph Krause and daughter, of Grand llapids, are visiting the family of John Koen, corner of Liberty street and Fifth avenue. Aldertnan Perguson returned Saturday night froru Cincinnati, where he attended a convention of carriage manuiacturors, last week. Miss Porter, of Auburn, N. Y., has been visiting her brother who is attending the University, and other friend in the city, this week. Mre. C. M. Jones, of Wichita, Kans., who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. B. F. Watts, left on Tuesday for Flint and Port Huron to visit other relatives. Mrs. J. H. Cutting received a telegram, Wednesday, announcing the sudden death at Bath, N. H., of her father. She left yesterday for that place. Miss Lizzie Core, of Petroüa, Ont., who has been visiting here for some time, returned home Monday, accoinpanied by Miss Alice Pierce, who will innke a long visit in Petrolia. Mrs. H. IC. Lum caine f rom Plymouth to this city, Sunday. Her husband. Dr. Lum, is expected next week, and they will again take up their residence in Ann Arbor. Edgar White, of Port Harón, spent Sunday iu the city, returning Monday. Mrs. White remains to care' ior her mother, . Mrs. James Jones, of Broadway, who is seriously siek. Capt. C. E. Hiscock, of the Savings Bank, left Tuesday evening for a southern trip on account of his health. He will be gone about three weeks, going as far as Texas and returniug via New Orleans and the Mississippi river. W. W. Worden and wife carne froni South Bend, Ind., last week, and spent several days with liis paivnts. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Worden. They then started for San Francisco, Cal., where they expect to make their home in the future. P. G. Sukey, oí the Hausfruend, arrived home, Friday night, from Germany and was glad to get here. He has crossed the Atlantic nearly a dozen times and reporte that this was the first time that he has experienced sea-sickness. He was met at the depot and escorted up town by Otto's band.