Mrs. Eugene E. Beal and daughter Alta were in Detroit over Sunday and the first days of the week visiting relatives. W. K. Sageudorf, of Jackson, spent Sanday in the city. Edward Stoll was in Bridgewater over Snnday. H. H. Luick, of Chelsea, was in the city Mouday. Miss Mamie Oshorne, of Flint, is visiting relatives in the city. August Nissley, of Manohester, was in Ann Arbor Monday. Edward Rawde, of the Oakley News, spent Sunday with Ann Arbor friends. Misses Graoe and May Warren, of Milford, were guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krapf. Miss Cora Haver, of Brighton.was in the city this week as a guest of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Callahan, of Chicago, were guo.sts the first of the week of Supervisor Joseph Donnelly. Miss Matie Ticbnor, of Ann Arbor, was the guest of Miss Minnie Douglas over Sunday. Miss Tichuor, who is at present conducting a cJass in elocution at Cassopolis, entertaiued a sinall party at Mrs. A. W. Slayton's with soine exoellont readings and selectioas. - Teoutaseh Herald. C. H. Kline was in Howell yesterday. Henry Elsenniann was called to MonToe this week by the death of a brother. Winfield Graham, of Jaoksou, is a gaest of Frank H. Hess. Mrs. J. M. Wheeler contemplates spending the winter in California. Mrs. Dr. King and daughter Minnie, of Flint, are in the city visiting friends. Max Witlinger, of the fire department, went to Detroit yesterday to view the Journal wreek. Mrs. Simeón Belknap, of Niles, formerly Miss Aline Peok, of this eity, is a guest of Miss MoOinber and of the Alpha Phi society. Sedgwick Dean will leave Monday for a long business trip. Mrs. J. Sinith, of Dnrand, as a guest of Aun Arbor friends Tnesday. Mrs. Skinner, who has been spending the suininer and fall months with friends in the city, has gone to her home in Locksport, N.Y. F. C. Brown, of Chicago, has been in the city this week. Edward Bach and John Schafer, of Marshall, are in the city for a few days. They carne to attend the funeral of Philip Bach. Win. W. Wedemeyer spent Tusday in Detroit. Wm. Burtless and A. F. Freeman, of Manchester, were iu the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hendrick were in Detroit this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Henne had a company Monday evening in honor of ;heir guests, Mr. and Mrti. C. G. Jenter, of Geneva, N. Y. C. J. Andrews, of Detroit, secretary of the Detroit Fire and Marine insurance company, was in the oity Monday to attend Phillip Bach's funeral. Wm. Grossman, formerly a resident iere, now living at New Paltz, N. Y. , is in the city visitiug friends and relatives. Deputy Railroad Commissioner Rundell and family, of Lansing, returned home the first of the week, after a visit with Ann Arbor frieuds. Mrs. W. C. Hollands and her sister ■ nd gnest, Miss Grace Tinker, went to Jackson Monday to visit their parents. Mrs. H. H. Kinsey, of Watertown, N. Y., is in the city taking medical treatment from Dr. A. K. Hale. Mrs. Chas. Dietas has returned from. a visit iu Detroit with her daaghter, Mrs. Fred VV. Schultz. While there Mrs. Schultz celebrated her 28th birthday and was presented with many bautifnl presents, among them a dinner set from her mother. - Times. Geo. W. Doty has been visiting his brother in Saginaw this week. Ex-Mayor B. M. Thompson was in Detroit Thursday evening to attend the Episcopal club banquet. Hon. Reuben Kempf spent Tuesday in Lansing. Col. H. S. Dean was in Detroit Wednesday. Dr. R. S. Cöpeland was in Bay City the first of the week on professional business A. C. Schumacher attended the state board of pharmacy meeting at Lansing this week. Mr. and Mrs. F. Pickering, of Windsor, Ont., have been visiting Eriends this week in their old home.