n F.H. Smith left this morning for Grand Rapids where he will be for a few days on business.
n The Pot Luck Supper given by the Traverse City Lodge No. 222 F. & A.M. was a great success and was very much enjoyed by everyone present. The spread was fine, to which all did full justice. While the gentlemen worked the Second Degree, the ladies enjoyed themselves in the parlor.
n The through coach which has been added to G.R. & I. train south, and which makes unnecessary changing at Walton and provides all the advantages of a through train to Grand Rapids, is proving popular with the patrons. If the use of the coach warrants, it will be made a permanent feature of the run and passengers are urged to use it when possible, as it is a convenience which the travelers would dislike to see discontinued.
n A baseball directors meeting has been called by President Parr for this afternoon, at which time the question of securing a manager will be taken up and a report on the progress of the subscription solicitors will be heard.
n The young lady members of the Welcome Class entertained last evening in honor of Miss Eula Ransom, who was thus aided in celebrating her birthday. The party was given at the home of Miss Redding, and was managed by the hostess and Miss Gladys Say. Music and conversation were enjoyed.
n One year ago it was 24 degrees above at 7 a.m. and 20 degrees above at 7 p.m. This morning at 6 a.m., it was six degrees above.
n The Companion Sewing Society will meet with Mrs. Pybus, 215 Madison Street, on Thursday. Bring your fancy work. Buses will leave the barn at 1:30 and take the usual route.