Chris Donnelly spent Saturday in Chelsea. Dr. Kam Mummery oí Lapeer was in the city this week. Walter Crego was in Concord on business this week. C. A. Maynard and family have been visiting in Lansing. Mr. Josepli Turner, of Bay City, is visiting his son Dwight during the May Festival. The Misses Browtie, Cornwell and Carroll, of Flint, are visiting Mr. F. L. Browne, of S State st. Miss AVileox, who left college some time ago because of poor health, has taken up her work again. Miss Anne Ilawe, of Worcester, Mass., is visiting her f riend, Miss Lilian Keating, of E. University ave. Ilenry J. Liesemer, of Saline, one of the founders of The Df.mociíAT, was a visitor in Ann Arbor, Monday. L. II. Clement and wife of Wheeling, West Va. are in the city, the guests of M. C. Peterson during the Festival. W. I). Adams, who now hails from Tiflin, Ohio, is in the city for a few days looking after business interests. Mrs. Fred Hansom and Mrs. Charles Noyes, of Jackson, are visiting Miss Jennie Price during the May Festival. Miss Helen Kelly, who has been spending the winter in New Orleans, La., is visiting her sister, Miss Edith Kelly, of División st. Hon. E. O. Grosvenor and wife, of Jonesville, are spending the days of the May Festival with their grandson, Chas. White, of S. State st. Dr. Glen Towsley, of Lowell, Mioh., a gradúate of the Homeopathie department of the University, was here Tuesday with a patiënt for the hospital. Chas. Whittaker, who travels for a Detroit wooden ware house and sells anything from a'saw-horse to a rolling pin, was visiting our merchants Tuesday.