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I he stay lactory lias again resumed operations. Will S. Putman left Tuesday for Manistique. All stores and business bouses were closed yesterday. Jud Clary, of Dowagiac is again in town viBiting friends. W. H. Cadwell, of Port Hurón, is in town visitiug friends. John Frick has been visiting fnends in Detroit the past week. A dance was given by the Maccabees at their hall last evening. The Arbeiter Society gave a dance at the Grove last evening. Services are being held daily during Lent at St. Lukes' church. Miss Minnie Ellis, of Albion, is visiting friends here this week. Lew Spencer returned Saturday f rom a two weeks' visit at Charlotte. The Misses Wiard entertained a sleighing party last Friday evening. Miss Eleanor Woodruff, oL Benton Ilarbor, is the guest of Miss Watliug. The Band of Hope of the M. E. church gave an entertainment yesterday. Bishop Ninde will preach at the M. E. church both morning and evening next Sunday. P. W. Shute has opened'a real estáte and an auctioneer's office in the Savings Bank block. Itev. Father Holly, of Monroe, conducted the services at the Catholic church, Wednesday evening. The Sanctuary Chapter of St. Luke's will give a supper at the parish house, Saturday evening trom 5 to 7. Price of supper 15 cents. Miss Jennie Hendricks, one of Ypsilanti's favorite society members, was married Wednesday, to Ex-Mayor Osborne, of Owosso. The residence of W. Stnith was broken into, Sunday evening, while the familv were at church. A quantity of jewelry and other articles were stolen. P. O. Holstrom pleaded guilty last Friday, to the charge of his his saloon open after hours. He was fined $25 and costs by Justice Bogardus. Principal Boone in company with P. F. Powers have gone east on an inspection tour of the gymnasiums connected with the principal eastern schools. W. L. Pack, cashier of the First National Bank, is delivering a series of leclures on "'Banks and Banking," for the benefit of the students at the Business College. A good sized audience was present at the entertainment in the Normal lecture coursej ïuesday evening. Lieut.-Gov. Giddings lectured on Uncle Sam's People. The Hartman family, of Detroit, gave an entertainment at the Normal hall, 8aturday evening, under the auspices of the Normal Athletic association. A very small audience was present. The closing recital of the firSt semester was held at the Normal hall, Monday evening, a large crowd being present. All selections were rendered in a very able' manner. Miss Josephine A. Gaffney responded to the only encoré for the evening.


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