Miss Emily Pitkin is vlslting friendo iln Bowell. Mre. M. A. Lukins ié Wsitlng iriend in New York state. A. C. Marida, oí the Paw Paw Tra Nor the me r, is a viisitor in the city to-day. MiLss Brown, of X. State st., ha gome to Petoskey to visiit friends fo a. few weeks. Jlrs. Wagaier ,of Colorado, is the g-uiest of hor si.stcr &ÍT8. J. W. Crip pein, of E. Ann st. Mts. Holland, oí Saginaw, has beei vitóitirag her sisters, Mrs. W. V. WhE d'oui and Mrs. Spenoe. Wm. DeLano, of Cooper, has beeu vieithig liis nephew John Travis anc wlfe durJ.ij; the past week. Kobert Campbell left Tuesday for Washiiagtom, D. C, toi be absent a coopte of weeks, on pleasurc and busi mess. Mrs. Tluos. SpeecWey, of the Nortij B;ide, hos gone to Washington, D. C, to yiisit her üauughter Mrs. Arthm" lilitlark. Mrs. Lutiher, who has been visitiiiK her father, J. M. Wheeler, o;n W. Huroiii st., returned lvome to New York Monday. Mrs. Ohas. K. McGee ves au at home to lier lady friends to-morro'w from 3 to 5 o'clock, at lier residence on Olivia riaue. Miss Loiiise Loving, who is iuiK im Mt. Cleniens, spent several days ■wBh) her mat lier on E. Washington ut., durhig Jhe week. Capt. Cha. E. Hteoock, altérnate froni this district to the Minneapolii cn vent ion, willl leave either Friday oi' Suuiday for tiiat city. Mrs. Cameroin, wluo has been the guest of her b rat her, Prof. Chute and ■ftiíe, foT a short tilnie, returned to lier home in Alpena last Saturday. Miss Mabel Cörscra has returned froni' a visilt witfe her pareets in Petoske.y. Mrs. B. H. Martin and daughter Ethel, of Bay City, aire ■v-teiting relatir-es amd fritnds in Ann Arbor. Miss Elaine Cliild.s, daughter of Col. J. W. Ohiilds, of Washiington, D. C, iis expectd iin Ann Arbor this week. She willl be the guest oí her únele W. K. CliKds, while in the city and niake necessary arrangements to enter the U'iiSveTsïty next year.