Seward Cramer has returned from Fenton. Robert Phillips was in Gaylord, Tuesday. Miss Mattie Drake is with friends in Chicago. Frank Wood was in Bay City, Wednesday. Tom W. Mingayspent Decoration Day in Flint. Prof. C. E. Greene has been in Boston this week. J. T. Hornung is home from Covington, Kentucky. McC. LeBeau, of Detroit, was in the city yesterday. Richard Kearns is visiting at his father's, James Kearns. Joe Stimson has joined the Columbian Guards at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. McClure are visiting at the World's Fair. Mrs. Robert Campbell and Mrs. Elmer C. Childs are in Chicago. John Mulholland, of Bay City, has been visiting his sisters here. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lathrop, of Detroit, were in the city over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. A. Sessions are spending ten days at the World's Fair. Prof. Carl Schlenker, of Carthage College is visiting his uncle, Philip Lohr. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Frederick, of Buffalo, are visiting Prof. L. D. Wines. Miss Alice Cramer has accepted a $750 position in the Ishpeming schools. Mrs. S. M. Wood, of Washtenaw avenue, is spending the summer in Chicago. Mrs. John W. Maynard and son John are in Chicago, viewing the World's Fair. Mrs. Charles L. Rominger and Miss Mary Rominger have returned from Chicago. Frank Loomis, who has been visiting in the city, returned to Grand Rapids, Tuesday. Mrs. Dr. Studley and daughter have been the guests of Mrs. W. F. Breakey this week. Mrs. J. B. Heiier, of Jackson, is spending a week with her daughter, Mrs. J. O. Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Travis, of Plainwell, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. E. Beal. Mrs. L. H. Watkins and daughter, of Williamston, are visiting relatives and friends in the city. Allen B. Pond, of Chicago, who has been visiting his father, Justice Pond, returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Beakes, of Orange County, N. Y. are visiting their cousins Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Beakes. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cuthbert leave Monday for Los Angeles, California, where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Koeberle, of Philadelphia, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Allaby, Jr., of East Washington street. Edward Pitkin is home from Galveston, Texas, supervising the plans for a new residence he will build here this summer for his mother, Mrs. Julia Pitkin. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Babcock's guests, Lyman D. James, of Massachusetts, and Lewis W. James, with his two daughters, of New York, have now left for the World'ir Fair, at Chicago. In Pennsylvania a man has been fined 81.500 for calling another a "Molly Maguire." Johri M. Webster of Tennessee, has brought suit against his wife for damages, because she would not allow him to sell his farm ferry for a steamboat. The members of the pólice forcé of Augusta, Ga., subscribed $5 each to be offered as a reward for the capture of the murderer of one of their companions.