Charles M. Sinart, a rag peddler, whose wife died abont seven weeks ago has been arrested by the ofQcers for an assanlt and battery on his sister-inlaw, Mrs. Almeda Killenbaoh, of Willis. Smart went to Mrs. Killenbach's honse on Friday night last and left his little 18 months oíd daughter on the doosteps. Since its motber died the child had been living with someoue in Plymouth. Mrs. Killenbach thinking a transfer had been agreed upon took the little oue in and nest day came to Ann Arbor and obtained advice to hold the child and take care of it if she wished. On Saturdy Sinart acoornpanied by his son went to Mrs. Killenbach's and demanded the obild. The little one clung to her aunt and begged to be allowed to remain and Mrs. Killenbaoh was willing she should rernain. Sruart would not have it that way and asaulted Mrs. Killenbach by striking her on the head with his fist several times feiling her to the floor. Mrs. Killenbach swore out a warrant for Smart's arrest and Deputy Sheriff Ross who went to Willis to serve it hunted for Smart until 9 o'clook Sunday, but had no success in finding him. Smart returned to Whittaker Monday morning and the depnty sheriff arrested him. He was taken to Ypsilanti and arraigned before Jnstice Joslyn. He pleaded not guilty to the charge and was released 011 bail to appear June 1.