Henry A. Coniin, of Webster, a promisiüg young attorney and who is spoken of as the "Bill Nye of Washtenaw," will be the toastmaster at the harvest social to be held in Andrew Mead's grove, adjoining Northfleld station on the Ann Arbor railroad nest Monday, Labor Day, ander the auspices of St. Patrick's parish, Northfleld, and to which a cordial invitation is given to all. One train leaving Ann Arbor at 8:43 a. m. aud another at 11 a. m. will oarry passengers to Northfield and return for 20 cents, cbildren 10 cents. Returning the train will leave Xorthfield at 5 :45 p. va. From Whitmore Lake and return, 15 cents, children 10 cents. The program contains the naines of M. J. Cavanaugh as principal speaker, Martin Ryau and Toastmaster Conlin will also speak. The vooalists will be James E. Harkins, L. J. Graoe, Frank Molntyre, Henry Menth, Frank J. Ryan and others. A string band will furnish music. It will be a great day.