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Miss Emily Gruner is visiting friends in Edinore. Peter Oook, of Urania, was in the city Saturday. J. H. VanTassel visited his parents in Detroit during the past week. Miss Grace Jenkins, of Flint, is Visiting her aunt, Mrs. B. F. Walls. Henry Feldkamp, of Freedom, was in the city Monday evening on business. A. W. Wilkinson and Hiram Pierce, of Chelsea, were in the city Saturday on business. Mrs. Gilbert BHss, of Ypsilanti, visited her old friends in this city during the past week. Mrs. Mary JDengler has returned home after a month's visit with her son, Jacob Dengler, of Owosso. School Commiseioner W. W. Wedemeyer went to Kalamazoo Tuesday to spend a few days with frienda. Mrs. Charles H. Worden accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Arthur L. Worden, to Detroit Friday for a short visit. Rev. T. W. Yonng, pastor of the First Baptist cburch, preached at the First Baptist church, of Kalamazoo, Sunday. Mrs. C. G. Liddell left Monday night for her old home in Philadelphia and New York. She will be gone for three or four weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Worden will leave for the Pacific coast next week to visit their sons. They will be absent for some time. John Shannon, of London, Ontario, who was here attending the funeral of his brother, Robert Shannon, returned home Tuesday. Paul Schlanderer, of Grand Rapids, was in the city the first part of the week, visiting friends. He returned home Tuesday evening. O. L. Fox, of Chicago, editor and proprietor of The Indicator, the leading rousic trade paper of that city, was in Ann Arbor Tuesday looking over the Ann Arbor Organ Co. 's f actory. Mr. and Mrs. O. ïï. Krieger, of New York city, were the guests of Justice A. E. Gibson over Sunday. Mrs. Krieger is a uiece of Mrs. Gibson and the couple are on their wedding tour. Rev. W. L. Tedrow has been in Grand Rapids since Monday working up the organization of a new English Lutheran church, which is shortly to be established in that city. Dr. W. B. llinsdale, dean of the homeopathie college, Dr. R. S. Copeland, professor of ophtbalmology and otology, and Dr. and Mrs. W. N. FowIer attended the banquet given at the Russell honse, Detroit, last Friday night in houor of the hundredth anuiversary of the establishment of borueopathy by Dr. C. P. S. Hahnemann. Óver 50 of the homeopathie physioians of the state were in a'.teudance Pro. A. A. Stanley is spening his vacation in Boston. D. A. Hammond and son Harry spent ye3terday in Detroit. Miss Johanna Neumann is visiting Detroit friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Burg were Detroit visitors on Wednesday. Prof. E. N. Bilbie is home from a six mouths' absence in Earope. Miss Abbie A. Pond visited friends in Detroit during this wesk. Prosecuting Attorney Randall has been in Monroe this week attending court. B. B. Johnson, general secretary of the Y. M. C. A., is visiting his parents in Owosso. Miss Ruth Durheim, teacher in the first ward school, spent her vacation with friends in Detroit. L. C. Stocking, of N. State street, is canvassing the state and establishing agencies for a Chicago book firm. Miss Jessie Woodruff, of Saginaw, has been the guest of Miss Alice Porter, of E. Ann street, during the week. Manley Bump, of Flint, has been in the city since Tuesday looking np the manufactured stone sidewalk business. Miss Christina Eiting, of Ypsilanti, spent Sunday here, with her parents on W. ÊTimmit street, returning Monday morning. C. F. Stabler, wife and child left for Omaha, Neb., Sunday night, ealled to that city by the dangerous illness of Mrs. Stabler's father, J. J. Galligan, who died on Tuesday night at 10 :15 o'clock. John Reichwein, of Chicago, spent Friday and Saturday last in the city with his cousin Mrs. Wm. Caspary. He was on his way to New York, frorn wbere he sailed Tuesday for Germany to spend the summer. D. A. Hammond has received orders from E. H. Butler & Co., the school book house which he represents, to report for duty in Iowa at Des Moines on Sunday morning next. He will leave tomorrow morning on his long western journey. Albert Maan, in company with Walter Bisby, left for southern California Wednesday noon, with a view to ultimately making their home in that state. While there they will look over tbe country and visit the Co-operative Association colony, which is located 30 miles from Visalia, Tnlare county, also the Ashurst colony in Taluma county. The many friends of Robert Phillips cashier of the State Savings Bank, will be grieved to learn of his critical illness. He was taken ill Monday night When Drs. C. B. Nancrede and C. G. Darling were called in, they diagnosed his complaint as appendicitis, and last evening he was taken to the university hospital, where he is receiving every possible attsntiun that medical skill can give in the hope of averting an operation. Arthur Brown argued his first case before the suprerae oourt at Lansing last Friday. Prof. J. A. C. Hildner and family have been sending the -week in Detroit with his parents. Chester Beardsley and wife, of Grand Ledge, are the guests of E. A. Keith and family. George Diehl, of New York city, is he guest of his mother, Mrs. Margaret Diehl, for a few days. Einil Richter, of Saginaw, w. s., spent the early part of the week in the city the gneets of friends.