Blrd s. ('olor, ex-eomptroller oí Xe York ity, who delivered a lectura a Aun lArbor Friday, went to Jackson Sauirday afternoon in company wit W. A. Boland. and left for New York un (be late train. Mr. Culer expressec Mmself 1o a Jackson reporter as high ly pleased wlth his wostfrn visit and particularly so with bis visit to Jaekson a'id Ann Arbor. He is interested wlth Mv. lioland in the Jackson .street j-ailwa; but not in the suburban unes. He said Saturday that he was mucli i leased with the condition of the roart ptuA belíeved it to be a gooü in veettneut In speaking of the new suh urbanl car now running between thacitj aml Grass Lake, Mr. Ooler re m.'irkcd that he had never seen a bet lor om. and he had ridden in nearlj all of them. He spoke of the wonderï'u! growth of the eleetrie lines, parUenlaTly in Miehigan. and said it could have Uut one effect- the improvement iotli morally and physically of the farmlng coinmunity. He belle vee tbere wou ld be business enough betnveen Jacksou and Detroit for both the Boland and Hawks-AagiM lines. In referenee to the interview in Friday's Free Press, in which Mr. Coler was made to say that a comisination had been effeetetl between the two Unes, eald: "Oh, that was simplj neWspaper talk, and it was not reported as I said it. I do not know of any combination belng forraml."