J. R. Bach received a letter Saturday from J. C. Carland, of Toledo, asking him and T. U. Kearney to meet a party of Toledoans at the Ann Arbor station at the afternoon train and accompany the party to Whitmore Lake. Messrs. Bach & Kearney will accompany the party. ■It seems there is a well developed scheme on foot to bnild a new olnb honse at Whitmore Lake and the trip there this afternoon is in connection with that project. The Toledo Commercial of yesterday has the following account oí the plans : A meeting looking to the f ormation of a new social club was held yesterday aftrnoon at the St. Charles hotel. The meeting was attended by a large nnmber of represen tative citizens who are interested in the movement. Tne object of the meeting was stated by Mr. W. F. Brown, who spoke of the oranization of a club and the building of a club house on the shores of Whitmore Lake, at which point Mr. Carland had promised to dónate the land needed for the necessary building. He also stated that Mr. Ashley, of the Ann Arbor railroad, had offered to )lace a special car at the disposal of hoee interested and take thena to Whitmore Lake on Satnrday afternoon. Several others spoke of the beauty of hu place as a summer resort and of of the good fishing at the Jake. The invitation of Mr. Asbley was nnanimously accepted and a large Darty of citizens will leave tba Ann Arbor depot tomorrow afternoon at :30 for Whitmore Lake, retnrmng to ;he city the same evening at about 10 'clock. Messrs. A. E. Klanser, J. C. Carland and W. Tí. Brown were appointed a committee cf invitation and ntertainment.