Jack Hibbard, of Chicago, is in town. E. B. Abel is expected home Saturday t Aid. Suüierland was in Juckson laai Friday. J. T. Jacobs was in Detroit, to-day on business. Mrs. A. L. Noble vlslted friends In Detroit last week. l Mist Lotta C. Henion ha returned trom a visit to Toledo. Louis Hagan left for Oregon last Tuesi day to make a home there. Mrs. Carrie Seiper, of Dexter, vislted Ann Arbor friends last Friday. Mrs. M. J. Cilley, of Caro, was a calier upon tïiends In the city Monday. Miss McMillan, of Detroit, is with her sister, Mr?. Krueger for the present.' Mrs. Anna Worden returned from a vlsit with frieuüs In Detroit, Monday. Otls Wllkinson, of Sprlngfield, III., is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. A. Dunn. Mrs. Harry Morse, of Al pena, is visiting her slsUr, Mrs. Prof. Chute of this ciiy. Prof. B. E. Nlchols has moved from his Mudison strcct residence on to his farm. Pliil. Stimson and wlfe, formerly Mis Joóie McCreeiy, are in the city visiting friends. Porter Lathrop and wife, of Detroit, are visiting Mrs. L's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Thompson. The Lab-dah-dah club helped Walter l.uilimp, one of its members, celébrate a blrthday Monday evenlng. James II. Hart, one of Idalio's lawyers, was in town a few days last week. Of course, he visited the Law Dept. John Llndenschmidt, after severa] week's contiiiement, cnmmenced work ugaiu this a. in., in A. L. Noble's. Miss. Gene Bang, a teacher In the Pinckney schools. Uas been vislting her pareu ts in this city during the past week. Mrs. E. O. Haven, wldow of Bishop Haven, left Ann Arbor Monday afternooti for New York city, where she will viMt relatlves. E. A. Phillips, of Toledo, the former gentleman ly and curteous station ageut of the T. & A. A. K. R. at this place, was in the city last Fridav. ur. f. a. lióse returned to Chicago Tueaday, Mrs. Dr. Haven and daujihter Grace accorapanled liim, rcturnlng to tlii-ir home in Evanston. Henry Van de Venter gpent Sundsy with hi.s sister Miss Jennie Van de Venter, on Ij is way home to Dundee trom a winter's stay in Charlevoiz. Mr. Frank Otis and cliildren, wbo have been vlsiting Mrs Otis' parents, Aretus Duim and wife, returned to their home in New Orleans yesterday. Miw Emma Goltz. accompanied by her auut, Mrs. Friiz returned to thelr Orand 1Í ipids homes yesterday after an extended visited in and about Ann Arbor. Miss Amanda Vail, wlio bas been spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. W. B. Payne, lelt Saturday for her Imiiii1 in Canniidaiguii, Lenawee county. Geo. Herbert Gray, of Alpena, canie to tli is cily Salurday eveniog, lo spend a day or Ivo with relativos aud return Iiiiiiih witli bis wife and son wbo have been visitin; friends liere a nnniher of weeks.