Mrs. Dr. S'.udley is pending some dayg in Detroit. J. D.3ngler, of 0vosso,Jvisited his párente, Friday. -; - ; - Dr. Harold B. Wilson, of Detroit, visited Ann Arbor friende, last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Roys went to Farwell, Saturday, to attend the funeral of their little grandsou who was drowned there on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bach and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Eberbach went to the Keystone club house at Zukey lake, Saturday, and stayed until Monday. Mra. Omar T. Case, who has been visitiDg her mother, Mrs. Tourtillotte, on Williamsst, for several weeks, returned to her home in Findlay, O., Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Robeson, of Port Huron, who have been visiting Mrs. Robeson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jobn Moorj, returned to their home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rice Mioer left, Saturday, for Chicago, where they will make their home in tho future, Mr. Miner having removed his business interests to that city. D H. C. Allen, of Chicago, spent Thursday with his family in this city. He was on his way to make a professional cali at Detroit, and continued his jauruey the same evening. Mrs. Edwin Dygert and little son, of Omaha, Nebraska, are visitiüg relatives and friends in the city. They are stopping with Mrs. Dygert, of Williams-st. They came froni Omaha last Friday on the " flyer " in about 24 hours, averaging 53 miles an hour.