Saline, Mich., Oct. 19. - (Special to 3aily Argus. ) - Samuel Josenhans is e-building his house. F. H. Belser, of the Farmers & Mehanics Bank, Ann Arbor, was in town n business Tuesday. On Sunday the young son of Arba 3urd, of Lodi, was kicked in the face )y a horse. The child's lip was split jack into the nostril and the face was everely cut and bruised. Tile hasbeen placed in the ditch in ront of the O.F. Hill lots and the unightly open ditch is being filled up. This is a long needed improvement. William Gordon and David Moody pleaded guilty to hunting woodcock out of season before Justice Fish, and were heavily fine. They got one woodock. A large number from here attended he races in Ypsilanti last week. Tuesday's all-day rain did a great eal of good. Deputy Game Warden Ike Davis, of Ypsilanti, 'was in town on Sunday. Will Frey of Ann Arbor was here on jusiness on Saturday. The Washtenaw County Sunday School convention was in session at ;he Presbyterian church yesterday. Able papers were presented by Mrs. C. V. Harris,of Stoney Creek; Mrs.Allie Austin, of Salem. Howard Bartlett, of Saline, made an able address in beïalf of Sunday schools in country chool hotises. The choir, led by Chas. Herbert, rendered some fine seections. The following officers were elected for next year: President, Hou. John K. Campbell, Ypsilanti; áce president, Délos Townsend, Saine; secretary, E. E. Calkins, Ann Arbor; recording secretary, Miss P. SToble, Ann Arbor ; treasurer, Clayton Deake, Salem ; member of the execu;ive committee, Howard Bartlett, Saine ; delegates to state convention at Battle Creek, Mrs. Field, Dixboro; Rev. D. Q. Barry, Saline. In the evening Rev. J. A. Brown, of Ypsianti, gave an able address, which closed the convention.