The Misses Ida Weitbreoht and Maiy Walker spent Tuesday in Detroit. Dr. V. C. Vanghan is in Washington, D. C, on professional business. Mrs. John Aveiy is in Bay City attending an equal suffrage convention. L. L. James will move his family from Dexter to tbis oity in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Taylor have gone to Cinoinnati and Lynchbnrg for a short visit. Dr. Hartloff, medio '97, has gone to Jobos Hopkins University for advanoed work. Mrs. Ann Paok, who bas been visiting in New Yory sinoe Deoember, has retarned home. Miss May Boland, of Jaokson, is spending tbe week with her sister, Mrs. Clark Hawes. Miss Pamela Noble has retnrned from her visit to Florida, Chattanooga, Tenn., and Lexington, Ky. Miss Agnes Howard, of .íaokson, has been the guest of her grandmother Mrs. M. H. Herey, of Spring at. Miss Sarah Gray, of Kingsley st., has gone to Colnmbus, Ohio, to speDd a coaple of months with her danghter. Probate Judge H. Wirt Newkirk was in Manchester Weduesday taking testimony in tbe matter of Wm. Gray, insane. M. M. Steffay has removed with his family to St. Paul, Minn., whera he bas employment as manager of a big office burHing. Mrs. Jaoob Jedele, of Lodi, has retnrned to her home oompletely renovered from tbe surgical operation she reoently underwent. Dr. Ward Howlett, dent '97, of Jacksod, was the gnest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Howlett, of E. Ann st., over Scmday. Mrs. J. V. Sbeeban aod ber bod, who bas jast recovered from an attaok of pneumonía, left Monday night for a visit in Kentuoky. Master Fred Daley sang at a ohnroh coDcert in Battle Creek Friday night and his singing was a ravalation to tbe people of that city. Patrick Byrne.of Kalamazoo, who has not been íd Ann Arbor for many years, spnt Runday with bis motber Mrs. Mary Byrne, of 1028 Fnller st. Dr. Charles Ryan, of Jackson who is a full private in Co. H, was in Ann Arbor Monday on his way back to camp from a brief leave of absenoe. Mrs. Eli W. Moore has gone to Adrian to speed ber birthday with her sisters, and to attend the Quarterly meeting of Friends, of which society she was a birtbrigbt member. Prof. A. A. átauley left for Pawtucket, R. L, yesterday afternoon, called to the bedside of his motber who is fatally ill. Jast a year ago at this time Mr. Stanley's father died. Rev. W. L. Tedrow went to Constantine Satarday afternoon and on Sunday preaobed to his foimer congregation in tbat place. His pulpit in Trinity Lntheran chuoih was oocupied by Rev. N. S. Barton, D. D.