Gov. fingree has appointed A. F. Freeman, of Manchester, one of the state tax commission under the Oren permanent tax commission biil The other members of the commission are Milo D. Campbell, of Coldwater, and Robert Oakman, of Detroit. Mr. Freeman is in eveny way worthy of a place on the commission and is one of the ablest of the men who have cast their political fortunes with Pingree. His salary will be $2,500 a year. The Detroit Tribune says of his appcintment: "A. F. Freeman is the Wasntenaw onunty man who was named by the governor last winter as a member of the Jackson prison board, and whom the senate refused to couflrm because the antis snpposed that one of the flrst things he would áo on the board would be to secure the appoiiitment nfWillianu Judson, of Washtenaw, as warden of the prison. He is an attorney, and said to be an able man. His appointment is snpposed to be largely due to the friendly office of Judson."