K. G. Gundert is on an eastern business trip. Mail carrier Keith is taking a short vacation. Miss Anna Kentner, of Frankfort, is visiting in the city. S. Dean has returned froni a northern business trip. Editor Fred Brown has returned from a trip to Chicago. Dr. H. J. Kinnie, of Frankfort, was in the city Tuesday. J. A. Polhemus reached his 83o birthday last Thursday. Miss Julia Foote, of Charlotte, is a guest of Ann Arbor friends. Detective Brooks, of Detroit, was in the city, Tuesday on a trail. W. H. Reynolds and wife, of Charlotte, are visiting friends in the city. Mrs. F. R. Petersqn, of Ludington, is visiting friends in Ann Arbor. Mr. Epp. Matteson and bride have arrived at their home in this city. Mrs. C. K. Kittridge, of Port Huron, is visiting friends in Ann Arbor. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bright, of Manchester, . visited in the city Tuesday. Inflammatory rheumatism has chased night-watchman Turner off the campus. Illness has temporarily sidetracked Yardmaster Strickler, of the Central depot. Miss Emma Weitbrecht, of Howell, is visiting with her cousin, Miss Lydia Weitbrecht. Mrs. D. Zimmerman, accompanied by her mother, left Tuesday to pass a few days in Detroit. "Baby McGee" (not McKee) arrived at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. McGee, Tuesday night. Fred Britton, of the Evening News staff, was in the city Wednesday, feeling the silver palse of politicians. Editor Seward Cramer, of Ypsilanti, was in the city, Wednesday, to attend the game of football between the U. of M. and Olivet. President Beal, of the school board, entertained his coadjutors of the school board and their wives at a six o'clock dinner, Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Sickley, of Macon, spent Tuesday with Ann Arbor friends. Mrs. Sickley took the, cars at this point for a visit to Boston. Miss Mae E. Strohm has returned "rom a visit in Illinois, accompanied jy Miss Lillian Gonnorman, of Dixon, 111, . who will spend some months in Ann Arbor. Justin Bullis, of the Ann Arbor Manufacturing company, after suf'ering several falls at the hands of rheumatism, has "bested" his antagonist and returned to work. J. E. Beal has been elected an honorary memberof the Alger Club, of Detroit. The club is an affair of elegance and tone, but the reason for its further existence problematical. Mrs. Rebecca Malaski, nee Eberspecker, of Stockbridge, has been the guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Schloup. She was accompanied by Mrs. Rickie Koch, of Dixboro. Mr. C. G. Cook, delégate from Ann Arbor Typographical Union to the annual convention of the International Union, which was in session at Louisville, Ky., last week, returned on Monday. The last Sunday which Rev. E. M. Duff, of this city, will pass with his people here will be Oct. 28th, after which he will assume his new charge as pastor of St. Paul's Episcopal church, or Grand Rapids.