N. J. Kyer returned Sunday from , a southern trip. T. A. Bogle has returned from a1 professional trip to Texas. J. V. Seyler, of Detroit, spent Sunday with his mother in this city. Mrs. M. E. Cooley returned j urday from a three weeks' eastern visit. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Seyler j expect to spend the summer at Bay View. Mrs. Samuel Krause has gone to i Grand Kapids to spend a week with friends. Mrs. Edgar Warner, of Fenton, is visiting her sister-in-lav, Mrs. John j Boylan. Godfrey Dieterle, of Detroit, 1 ited his parents in this city over Sunday. Miss Mary Kasel, of Mississippi, has been the guest of Mrs. M. J. Furnum. Miss Letitia Miller, of Detroit, is in thd city to attend the wedding of Miss Carrie Ross. Mrs. R. S. Goodrich, of : ney, arrived this noon to visit her son, L. C. Goodrich. John Kelly and family, who have been residing on Ashley street, have removed to Coldwater. Frank T. Lodge and John E. fiths, 'of Detroit, were Ann Arbor j visitors, Friday evening. Mayor and Mrs. C. G. Darling went to Detroit, Sunday evening, to j visit Mrs. Darling's brother. Miss Erama Feil, of Philadelphia, Pa., formerly or Ann Arbor, is the guest of Mrs. Frederick Schmid. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Wild spent I Sunday in Dexter, the guests of Mrs. Wild's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wurster. Major S. Howell, who comraands the ist battalion of the ist regiment, M. N. G., spent Sunday with friends in the city. Miss Mary Jaycox, who has been stndying at Chicago during the past year, has returned to Ann Arbor to spend the summer. Mrs. A. S. Benjamin, who is delivering a course of lectures before the Hobart Guild, is the guest of Mrs. C. C. Warner. Dr. and' Mrs. Love, of Detroit, and G. F. Bosworth, of Fair Grove, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Furnuru the past week. Erama Quintal, of Gott street, entertained a party of twenty young friends, Friday afternoon, the occasion being her eighth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hamilton have gone to Chicago, where it is said Mr. Hamilton has secured a $5,000 position with an insurance company. Prof. and Mrs. L. A. Rhoades and children, of Ithaca, N. Y., are .expected to arrive in Ann Arbor Saturday, and spend the summer with Mrs. Rhoade's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Miner. Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Behr and Mrs. Behr's sister, Miss Fleischer, of Detroit, have been the guests of Mrs. Louisa Behr. Mr. Behr left yesterday for home, but the ladies will remain during the week. The following Ann Arbor people will spend the summer at the popular northern resort, Wequetonsing: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wagner, N. S. Hoff and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Clark, H. V. Ames and mother and sister.