Dr. P. P,. Rose was home to vote. Ilenry Waldron came down from Lansing Tucsday to vote. Gao. Seiszer, experts to leavothc firsto ncxt week for California. Miss Butterfield of Detroit has been the guest of Mrs. A. W. Ames. Iludaon Ellls, of West Branch, in yisiting his home in this city. Mrs. C. P. Andrews is expected home day füom her eastern tour. Dr. C. H. Stowell lectured last evening before the physicians of Detroit. Mrs. J. Willard Babbit, of Ypsilanti, has gone to Buffalo, N. Y., on a visit Milford N. Wells, from Kansas, is visiting his fatroily, Eb the Gth ward. Frank II. Banister, of Owosso, made his pareuts a short visit last Thureday. Mrs. G. M. Henion has gone east on a visiting tour of three or four weeks. Win. Burke has been very 111 during the week past, but Í3 out ajrain now. Mrs. R. B. Pope of Cleveland passed Sunday in the city with her many friends. Frank Lewisof Michigan Center, Jackson Co., is visiting his old home for a few days. W. H. Burk, of Angola, Ind., was called home last Friday by the illness of his father. Mrs. Prof. Lodeman and daughter of Ypsilanti, are spending some weeks in the city. Miss Ella Travis of Cooper visited friends in the city while on the way to Toledo last week. Charles J. Kintner has returned to Washington after a fortnight's rest flahing and visiting. Mrs. H. W. Rogcrs goes to New York this week in the interests of the Home Migsionary Society. Misa Kate M. Hale is expected home tn adayor two from a month's visit with friends in Grand Kapids. Mrs. A. T. Hill, of Detroit, is expected in the city to morrow, to visit her father, C. Bliss, and other relatives. Mrs. I. N. Payne nee Nellie Stanley, lit. '81, of Detroit is visiting at Dr. Darling's on East University ave. Albert and Henry Hague, of Webster, lef t this moraing for Europe, taking their tickets for Liverpool via Quebec. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sutherland are passing a few dayswith friends in this city. Their home is now in Battle Creek. Mis Bessie Richardson left Monday for her future home, Charlotte. She leaves tnuiiy frieuds to regret her absence. Miss Ifellie Kemick, of Colorado Sprints, Col., is visitingher grandmothor Mr. C. II. Kemick, jon East Catharine st. James Barker has gone to Michigan City, Ind., in the employ of the Alaska Refrigérate! Works, as a short hand elerk. Richard Kearns was up from Detroit this week to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Kearns. Hut " Dick " couldn't vote. Mrs. Mary Masón, who has been vislting in Webster, Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti, for the past two inonths, has returned to her home in Syracu3e, H". Y. Mrs. II. B. Pope spent Sunday with friends in ADn Arbor. She had been attending the meeting ot the Woman's Home Missionary Society In Detroit. A. Moore took a trip to Ithaca, Qratiot Co., last Friday and Saturday on the line .of the T., A. A. t N. M. R. R., and reports a ilne country along the whole line. Vernon Miller of Wellington, Kas., is visiting his father Samuel G. Miller. He lias been suffering from rheumatism for some time, andjust able to get out once more. Miss Minnle Russ of South Bend, Ind., who luis been visiting her aunt, Mre. Dr. Rose, has returned home, taking her grandmother, Mrs. Robinson, with her to spend the winter. Mrs. Rev. M. 8. Hard, of Binghampton, N. Y., is visiting her brother, Dr. C. H. Stowell. Mre. Hard is the wife of Rev. Mr. Hard whose fame as a Methodist minister is so well known.