The Ypsilanti & Saline electric line will be opened its inll length next Mouday and the business men of Ypsilanti are looking forward to au increased trade tbroKgh the opening of the road. At the same time Saline shows symptotus of being greatly livened by being broaght into closer contact; with the world. Iu fact it mflaus au increased population in the village. The credit for the road midoubtedly belongs iu much greater measure than to uny one else to Heury ? Glover and Kobert Beinpnill, two public spirited citizens of Ypsilanti who have mote than once helped the city in its growth. When the road was h'rst talked abont many of the people laughed at the idea, bnt Mr. Glover and Mr. Hemphill were uot to be daunted. While the people of Ann Arbor were talking they acted. They sccured the franchises, bonded the road and built it. Mr. Glover has been heard to say that the completion of the road was the one thing he was the most proud of -having done for Ypsilanti. And everyone who is conversant with Ypsilanti affairs knows that Mr. Glover has done much for the upbuilding of that city. The city officials of Ypslianti and the village officials of Saline are to be given a jnnket over the road and a fine time will undoubtedly be enjoyed on tnis occasion.