A Kansas lady writes her father, who resides near this city, as follows, cyncerning an editorial appeariug soine time ago in one of our contemporaries regarding woman's suffrage: I think that Ann Arbor editor had better come to Kansas for a year or two and tnen I don't think he wouid ever write another such an antiquated editorial as that. The wotnen of the cities here have had a nght to vote on city matters for two yeais and I have not yet heard of the ürst divorce suit or family quarrel grovvingout of it, and they nearly all vote too, not only the short haired, loud mouthed ones that he spoke about but the plain, sober, sensible christian womea of the city register and vote and are just as decent aud orderly as the men. The State Teachers' Institute for Washtenaw county, will be held at ifpsilanti in the high school building commencing August 13th, at ten o'clock in the foienoou and closing at 4 p. m. August 17th. Trof, Austin George will conduct the same and give instruction in primary reading and management of reading classes. Aliss ,T. A. King will give instruction on the best methods of teaching history and civil government. Prof. Ilumphrey will also assist E. C. Warner local committee from whom f uil information in regard to board, etc, may be obtained. Tbis will be the best instituto ever held in Washtenaw county. Teachers don't fail to attend.