J. E. Beal left for Alpena Wednesday morning. H. Woodward, of Flint, is in the city on business. John Zahn, of Chicago, is in the city for a few days. Geo. E. Miller, of Galion, O., is in the city visiting friends. Mary Brown, of Plymouth, is the guest of Ann Arbor friends. Dr. Boone, of the Normal, was in the city Tuesday evening. Paul P. Nigham, of Lockport, N. Y. , is in the city visiting friends. Mrs. Chas. Bressier, of Bay City, has taken up her home here for the winter. üon. Clement, of Lansing, was a guest of the Light Infantry, Wednesday. Jacob Ziefle, of Columbiaville, j Lycoming county, Pa., is the guest j of Geo. F. Zieñe. Dr. J. B. Fitzgerald, of Boston, arrived in the city Wednesday, to take charge of the gymnasium. Albert West, of the fire : ment, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Albert McDuff, of Buffalo, N. Y. Edward Duffy attended the meeting of the democratie state central committee at Lansing, Wednesday. H. M. Roys, proprietor of the Farwell Register, was in the city to attend the golden wedding of his parents. Fred Overton and sister left at noon, Wednesday, for Richmond, Mich., for a few weeks' stay with friends. James E. Kearns, who has been visiting his son William, in Pittsbure. Pa., returned home on nesday. Jay S. McGuire and wife, of Owosso, spent Sunday with his parents, on North Main street. Ralph Phelps and his mother, of ! Detroit, were in the city attending the funeral of Miss Flora M. Storms. John Butt, of Rochester, N. Y., stopped over in the city Tuesday to view the sights on his way home from the west. F. L. Thompson and wife, of Petoskey, are making the trip from there to Detroit on their wheels. They stopped in this city Tuesday for a rest. Eugene S. Tyler, of Minneapolis, Minn., is the guest of his uncle, Dr. Tyler, while enjoying a leave of absence from the postoffice department of that city. Misses Gunna and Teresa Schoenenberger, who for the past several years have made their home with Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Sorg, have taken up their home at Ashland, Pa.