Charles Kapp has gone to Chicago to live. Mrs. W. H. Morton spent Wednesday in Detroit. Mrs. J. M. Perkins has returned from a visit to Jersey City. Hon. John J. Robison, of Sharon, has been in the city this week. George H. Snow, state editor of the Evening News, was in the city, Sunday. Martin Seabolt, of the Manchester schools, is visiting his father, Moses Seabolt. Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Sheehan, of Detroit, have been visiting in Ann Arbor this week. Miss Clark, of Monroe, has accepted a position in a millinery store in this city. Miss Katie Reese, of Detroit, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gabrielski on S. Main St. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Granger will give a ful I dress hop to their advanced classes, April 4. G. W. Townsend and family left for Grand Rapids, Wednesday, j where they will make their future I home. Mr. Edward W. Butler, of Milwaukee, Wis., is visiting his sister, Mrs. f. L. Babcock, on North División street.