A. L. Noble is in New York City. Frank Legg has been visiting in Colon. - Prof. Pettee left last evening for Chicago. D. F. Schairer, left for Chicago, Tuesday. T. Keech has been in Chicago this week. Mrs. J. T. Swathel is visiting in Chicago this week. Miss Agnes Purfield went to New York city Monday. Mrs. B. J. Boutwell and son are visiting in Hillsdale. Justice Nixon, of Scio, has returned from Chicago. Joseph Martin has been visiting in Saginaw this week. Miss Grace Moore went to the World's Fair Tuesday. J. T. Jacobs has just returned from Rochester, N. Y. Mrs. Dr. McLachlin has returned from a visit in Detroit. M. J. Lehman has been in Lansing two days this week. Charles S. Millen returned from Chicago Tuesday evening. Mrs. F. A. Backus and daughter went to Chicago, Tuesday. Mrs. E. E. Kellogg, of Clint, Texas, is visiting in the city. Mrs. Lena Knox, of Dundee, has been visiting Mrs. Dr. Hartley. Edward and Michael Dufïy went to the World's Fair, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Clark left for the World's Fair on Tuesday. Miss Anna Hoehler, of Germany, is visiting her cousins in this city. Mrs. M. Griffin; of Grand Rapids, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Clancy. Mr. G. W. Andrus, of Wheatfield, Ind., is visiting relatives in the city. ■ Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Booth attended a wedding in Flint, Wednesday. Miss Duff, of Waterloo, N. Y., is visiting her brother, Rev. E. M. Duff. Mrs. Dr. Stoddard, of Pueblo, Coló., is visiting her brother, M. F. Lantz. Miss May Barnes, of Cheboygan, has been visiting Mrs. Nelson Sutherland. Mr. and Mrs. Klingler, of Chelp"i, are visiting their son, Fred. Klingler. Miss Georgië Brown, of Detroit, has been visiting Miss Katherine Caspary. Mrs. Addie Gerber, of Syracuse, N. Y., has been visiting Mrs. M. C. Peterson. August Sinke and Frank Cunningham are doing the World's Fair this week. Mr. and Mrs. Con Tuomey and the Misses Kearney are in Chicago this week. Frank Smith was called to Saginaw, Wednesday, by the death of his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene K. Frueauff left Saturday evening for the World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watts took the Wabash forChicago, at Alilan, Monday evening. Mrs. Charles Woodward and family, of Detroit, have been visiting Mrs. M. F. Lantz. Charles Burg, who has been visiting in the city, left for his home in Colorado, Sunday. Eli W. Moore has been absent this week on a business trip to Indiana and Wisconsin. C. Haller, who has been visiting liis nephew, Martin Haller, returned to Rochester, N. Y., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, of Miiïneapolis, has been visiting their brother, County Clerk Brown. Ernest Perry, of the Industrial Works, of Bay City, has been visiting his father, Prof. W. S. Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Inslee and little daughter, Zetta, of Hamburg, spent last Sunday with friends in the city. Mr. Geo. H. Diehl, of New York w.ho has been visiting his mother and sisters on Packard street, returns home this evening. Mat Blosser, of the Manchester Enterprise, made his annual visit to this city yesterday. He is almost always to be found at home attending strictly to business. Rev. Mr. Olinger and fatnily, missionaries for six years in Corea, have returned to Ann Arbor. He is a brother-in-law of Rev. Mr. Smurthwaite and formerly preached in the Germán M. E. Church. For many years he did missionary work jn China.