Conrad Krapf is seriously ill. Rev. Fr. Kelly was in Detroit yesterday. Henry W. Taber is back from North Dakota. L. Gruner has been in West Branch this week. Mrs. John Baurugartner has returned from G-rand Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Goodyear were in Detroit yesterday. Mrs. Titus F. Hutzel and children are visiting in Dayton, Ohio. Ofruar Krapf, of Saginaw, is visiting his father, Conrad Krapf. Mrs. H. A. Lathrop, of Hastings, is visiting Mrs. Harris Ball. Miss Anna Sntten, of Detroit, is visiting Mrs. W. H Wetniore. Mrs. C. L. Coffln, of Detroit, is visiting the Misses Douglass. Miss Mary Duncan, of Au Sable, is visiting Mrs. R. C. Barney. Miss Gundert, of Mt, Clemens, is visiting Miss Fannie Gundert. Miss Marón Grey, of Alpena, is visiting her uncle, George H. Pond. Miss Mary Banker, of Jackson, is visiting Mrs. B. M. Thompson. Miss Ida Hirth, of Detroit, has been visiting Mrs. Samuel Krause. Miss Tillie Cohn, of Mt. Clemens, is visiting Miss Amanda Reyer. Ex-Supervisor Jacob Beining,of Freedom, was in the city Tuesday. S. F. Murdock, of Port Henry, N.Y., is visiting Dr. J. W. Bradshaw. Mrs. Gr. L. Hul], of Hamburg, is visiting her mother Mrs. E. Edwards. Mrs. C. J. Paúterson, of Detroit, is visiting her brother, William Goodyear. Professor Herman Zeitz of the school of ruusic .will spend the summer ia Grermany. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Keith , of Mt. Clemens are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Beal. Mr. and Mrs. James Lee, of Detroit, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Millen. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heim, of Saginaw, are visiting Mrs. Heirn's mother, Mrs. August Hutzel. Dr. A. S. Warthen and Dr. Theodore L. Chadbourne sail for Europe, June 1, for study in Vienna, Austria. -r Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Avery of Pontiac are attending the musical festival, and are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Jones. Miss Mate Clark left yesterday for a few weeks stay with friends in Toledo, Ohio. She will also visit friends in Cleveland before returning. Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Douglass, of Detroit, are visiting Dr. and Mrs. Louis P. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Ruggles, of Chicago, are the guests of Major and Mrs. Harrison Soule. Mrs. R. G. Evans, of Detroit, is visiting her brother, John R. Miner. George H. Show, state editor of the Evening News, was in the city Tuesday. Volney Chapín of St. Johns, is visiting his mother, Mrs. C. Chapin. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Babcock, of N. División street, are entertaining D. W. Storrs and family of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Steel and Mrs. O. Munger of St. Johns. W. M. Sturgeon tod family will make their tfuture home at No. 85 E. Ann street the, resdence owned by Mrs. Palmer. Mr. Sturgeon is the confidential book-keeper of the Ann Arbor Organ Co. Miss Mary Vogal, of No. 9 E. Ann street, gave a pleasant card party to a miinber of friends Tuesday evening. Mrs. Fred C. Brown has returned from Las Vegas, New Mexico, where she has been for the last two months. Miss Einü Aschard, of Saginaw, W. S., accompanied Mrs. Henry Heim to Ann Arbor. Mrs. Aschard was formerly a pupil of the late Miss Clark "s boarding school. This is her first visit to Ann Arbor since leaving school.