D. C. Fall is again on the efeck'list. A. i'. l-'erguson was in Detroit, Tuesday. Mrs. M. W. Parringtop lelt tói Washington tliis week, to reside heroafter. Dr. Gihon, medical director U. S. avy, is the guest oí Dr. V. C. Vaughau, this week. Charles II . Kline was in Detroit the fore part of the week, on business connected witli hi.s ncvv envelope. Mr. and Mis. Wm. J. Miller left Tuesday tot a week's visit in Fahport, Ilochester and (.ther points in New York. Dwigbt Cheever left for Grand Kapids Monday to resume his dutiés witli the Detroit, Grand Haven & Milwaukee railroad. Mr. K. Gerner, ad vanee agent for the A. A. Banjo and Graltar club. was at Chelsea, Saturday, to make arrangements for an entertainment. Mrs. F. S. Fisher and Miss Jennie VanTuyle, of Clinton, spent severa! daya last week witli, Mrs. L. A. Polheïims. of South Fourth avenue. B. F. Watts, L. C. Goodrich and W. W. Watts attended the annuaï convocation of the GraHd Chapter,R. A. M., at Detroit, Tuesday and Wednesday. Profs. Greene, Davis, Denison, Cooley and Pettee left for Grand Kapids to attend the annual convention of the Michigan Engineering Society, of which Prof. Davis is president, Prof. Cooley is vice-president and Prof. Greene, chairman of the board of clirectors.