Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oweu will hereaf ter live in Ann Arbor. Miss Mattie Bowdish spent Sundáy in Mt. Clemens with friends. W. K. Allen attended the funeral of liis sister in Dexter on Friday. Mrs. F. A. Root, of Seattle, is visiting her sister Mrs. F. M. Taylor. Miss Hattie Laing spent Sunday at the home of her parents, in Saline. Editor Charles A. Ward, chaperoned a party of young men at Zukey Lake, Tuesd;ty. Miss Rose üaur, of Etnery, left Saturday tor a two weeks' visit in Montpelier, Ohio. Mrs. and Herman Luther, of Medina, N. Y., visiteü Mrs. Jobn M. Wheeler last week. Judge Wm. Look, of Detroit, was in . the city Tuesday ou business iu the eoiiDty clerk's office. James Allen, of this city left yesterday tor Centreton, Ont., íor a stay of some inonths' duration. Ex-Senator Emery Tovvnsend, of Saginaw, has been greeting friends about the city and vicinity this week. II. G. Prettyman has been appointed chairman of the cycle path committee for the Michigan División, League of American Wheelmen. Mrs. Nora H. Fritz, Bridgewater, spent Easter with her sister, Mrs. Roach, of N. Fifth st. Misses Josie and Mamie Purcell, of Toledo, are speading a week with their aunt, Mrs. Roach, 508 N. Fifth st. Herman Roys, of Farwell, was in town this week visiting bis parents Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Roys. He left for Detroit yesterday en route for kome. Mrs. James Stevens, of Detroit, was the guest of her brother, E. V. Hangsterfer and other relatives during the past week and attended the military ball. Miss Una Abell is soon to become a mernber of a stock company in Xew York city, to be managed by William Seymour, a brother-in-law of Fanny Davenport. Fred T. McOmber, who bas had such a serious siege with typhoid fever, is now able to drive out. He is still very weak, however, but is recovering his health quite rapidly. Wm. Golden, of Toledo, city passenger agent of the C. H. & D. R. E., has been spending a couple of days in Ann Arbor on business and incidentally calling on his old friends. "Billie" looks well and flourishing.