Editor Courier: In your last issue you say " Conway was f rozen out of Ypsilatiti in doublé quick time." Will you allow me to state the facts for the benetit of your readers. Before Dr. Conway undertook his work in Ypsilanti he was under agreemcnt to commence work in Port Huron. He had at hiscoramand only live days to give to Ypsilanti, and those live days were given with the result of crowded houses each night, and a total of over 500 signatures to the temperance pledge. As you would notknowingly beunjust toward any one, and as you have been grossly tnisinformed by some one, I trust you will give this a place in your paper.