D. H. Cheever is visiting in Chi cago. Miss May Kyer is visiting in De 1 troit. Miss Alice Walker is visiting in i Detroit. ! Arthur Warren, of Buffalo, is ii the city. Prof. Arthur Tagge, of Monroe ■ is in the city. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. BurchfieW are in St. Joseph. Mrs. E. J. Armstrong is spending a week in Detroit. James J. Ouarry is visiting his parents in Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. M. Millward visited in Pontiac this week. Christian Overbeck is recovering from a severe illness. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hess spent Christmas in Jackson. Theodore Apfel has gone to remain in Grand Rapids. Prof. Julius V. Seyler, of Detroit, is visiting his mother. Julius Burkhardt is suffering with an attack of pneumonía. Oscar Hirth, of Grand Rapids, is visiting relatives in the city. Mrs. Gilbert C. Rhodes has returned from a visit to Sparta. Miss Wilsie, of Chicago, is visiting her sister, Mrs. de Pont. Miss Dickey has been spending a few days with relatives in Lowell. Miss Carrie Cronk, of Flint, spent Christmas with Mrs. T. W. Mingay. Mrs. Mary Conover, of Bucyrus, Ohio, is in the city, for a few days. Miss Emma Bower spent Christmas with her brother in Cleveland. Fred Clement, of Lansing, visited his brother, Don M., Christmas. W. Kennedy, of Chicago, is spending the holidays in Ann Arbor. Martin Schelke, of the Hausefreund, spent Christmas in Cleveland. Philip Beek, of Saginaw, passed Christmas with his parents in Ann Arbor. Prof. Stanley and his chorus rendered Christmas music at the M. E. church. Dr: Conrad Georg left Monday to visit his mother, who is ill, in Berlin, Ont. Aid. J. C. Snyder and family entertained a company from Dexter, Christraas. James Duffy, of Bay City, is renewing his home acquaintance in Ann Arbor. Dr. A. S. McGuire, of Detroit, passed Christmas with his parents in Ann Arbor. H. Binder, of Detroit, spent Christmas with his mother, Mrs. Henry Binder. Mrs. A. G. Garheld, of Leslie, was last week a guest of her brother, Dr. D. M. Tyler. .Miss Maggie Weiss, of Jackson, spent Christmas with her sister, Mrs. Eugene Oesterlin. Lawrence Cole, of New York, is at the home of his grandfather, Gov. Felch, for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Thompson, of Detroit have this week been guests of Col. B. M. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson, of Toledo, passed Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Orcutt. James W. Riley will this season travel in northern Ohio and southern Michigan, for a Detroit house. Miss Emma Treadwell, a teacher at Rochester, Ind., is spending her vacation with relatives in Ann Arbor. Christian Wet.el, of Detroit, was called to Ann Arbör this week, by the death of his mother, Mrs. Agatha Wetzel. Prof. and Mrs. E. V. Briggs, of Coldwater, are guests of Mrs. Briggs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Whitmarsh and daughter, Imo, of Milan, were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watts. Mr. E. F. Kemp, representing the Grand Rapids Herald was ia the city yesterday securing material for an Athens "write-up". Mr. and Mrs. John ]5urg left this city, Thursday, for a hoüday visit in Washington, D. C, with their friends Dr. Thomas and family. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Wetmore, of Jonesville, and Fred C. Wetmore, of Cadillac, spent Christmas with their parents in this city. Manager Stewart, of the Boston '"estival orchestra, was in the city fuesday in consultation with Prof. Stanley concerning the May festival. Miss Kate Warner is visiting in Fhisbing. Harry Hartman has returned from Frankfort. Mrs. W. I). Harriman is visiting in Detroit. Mrs. F. A. Voorheis is visiting in Kalamazoo. Miss Gertrude S. Wade is visiting in Manistee. Cari Schlenker, of Carthage, 111., is visiting in the city. Dr. Will Hawley, of Detroit, arrived in the city, Tuesday. Ed. Seyler will soon become book keeper for F. E. Mills & Co. Dr. W. J. Allen, of Grand Rapids, spent Christmas with his parents in Ann Arbor. Chas. Grossman, hardware raerchant, is confined to his home from the effects of a fa.] 1 , Monday. ("hartes Mann and wife, of Detroit, spent Christmas with the Misses Mann, of South Main street. A card party of 25, 16 of whom were from Saline, assembled' at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Schaffer, Wednesday evening. Prof. Stanley, president of the National Musical association, is in St. Louis this week, arranging for the July meeting in this city. Mr. James Van Vleet and wife, and son-in-law Will Fairchilds and wife of Flint, are visiting the family of Col. Dean, of Ann Arbor, and Mrs. Louis of Lima. Miss Carrie Stone, of Fifth ave nue, south, is passing the holidays in Saginaw with her son Charles and wife, who are the proud parents of a fine boy, aged three weeks. Her daughter Lucille accompanied her. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bennett are this week entertaining Judge and Mrs. T. M. Crocker, of Port Hurón, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Crocker, of Mi. Clemens, and Charles Bennett and wife, of Toledo, O. The city is rapidly tilling up with strangers who will become permanent residents. Among the latest is a son of Charles VVagner who arrived on Christmas day. At this rate "Charles" will soon have a Wagnerian orchestra of his own. Some of his neighbors will go Wild with Bliss and Halier at the thought while the family "laylow" and grin.