Frank Stablei, of Ironwood, is visiting in the city. Martin Schaller has returned from his European tour. Miss Edith Koch left for her home in Rochester, Mich. W. D. Church, from Detroit, is visiting his parents. Mts. F. R. Riley will pass the summer at Bay View. Miss Emma Schmid is visiting at Grosse Point for a few weeks. O. Frank Stabler has returned tó his his home in the upper península. Dr. A. K. Hale has returned from a professional trip to Adams, Mass. Mrs. Henry DePue is spending a day or two with friënda at II a mbur. Win. Eister left Monday for Flushing, where hs will practice tistry. Mrs. E E. Sinclair, ot Detroit, is visiting her sister, Mrs. II. J. Beakes. Mrs. H. J. Liither, of Medina. N. V., is a guest of Mrs. Tohn M. Wheeler. Miss ünnsby, of Brooklyn, N.Y. , is the guest of her cousin, John F. Lawrence. Profs. Stanley and Wines, and Prof. D'Üoge and wife sail for Europe tornorrow. Miss May Heffron, of iMarquette, is visiting the Misses Duify, ot North University ave. Christian Jenter, of Geneva, N. V., is visiting at his father's home on West Liberty streel. Dr. j. H. Allen, who has a fine practice in Logansport, Inci., is vis ïting his father in t his city. Miss Alice Cramer will take vocal lessons during the sunmier, of Marshal J. Perse, of Ypsilanti. Miss Marie Beek and Babette Fischer are visiting friends in Saline and Manchester this week. Mrs. William Skinner, of Lockport, N. Y., is visiting her brother, William Action, of 22 Pontiac st. O. E. Hawkins, late proprietor of the Eaton Rapids Herald, was a Saturday caller at the Argus office. James Ezra Barnard and wife, of Howell, are the guests of Prof. James Sage and other friends in the city. Mrs. Lizzie H. Chapin and children, of Toledo, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Hadley, on Monroe street. George Wahr left last evening for New York and thence will sail for Europe, to be absent about two months. Mrs. Kate E. Phinney, and son Charles, left yesterday for Cape Cod and other sea-shore points in the east. Miss Ella Wagner and young niece, Esther Pierce, left the city Thursday, for a visit at Topeka, Kansas. Mrs. G. F. Allmendinger is on a two weeks' visit with friends in Grand Rapids, Howard City and Jackson. Prof. and Mrs. Lewis A. Rhoades, of Ithaca, N. Y.. are visiting at the home of Mrs. Rhoades' father, John R. Miner. Mrs. M. C. Peterson and son left Friday for Toronto and other eastern cities and will be absent during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Seyler leave tomorrow for Bay View and other places on the great lakes to spend the summer. Miss Allie Gall, of North Fifth avenue, gave a pleasant birthday party to a number of her friends last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Luther, of Medina, N. Y., who have been the guests of Mrs. J. M. Wheeler have gone to Chicago. Henry H. Walker has returned from Andover, to spend the summer with his mother at her home on S. Ingalls street. Rev. and Mrs. Edward Edmonds who have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. A. H. Holmes, returned to Boston yesterday. Mrs. N. M. Sehoff, will accompany Mr. Randall on his return to New Haven next week, and will spend the summer in New England. Wm. Mogk and Conrad George started, Monday, for a three weeks' trip to Niágara Falls the St. Lawrence river, New "Vork, Saratogaand Boston, Mass.