The men wtio profess sucli i love tor tli dear people, and are so anxious that th system of public works shall commence that will bankrupt the city before it is end ed, ave stil 1 persistent and have cal led a mass meeting at the oourt house next Mon ilay nlght, for the purpose of putting thei pet scheme on foot. It is for the people to decide whether they shall succeed !n thei bold, reckless schemes or not. After considerable agitation it has a last been decided to have the Detroit Ar Loan exhibition in September and Octo ber. A onestory brick fiïe-proof build ing is to be erected after the plan of the " Centennial art annex." Many rich col lections are promised for it, such as those of Mr. James McMlllan, H. C. Levvis o Coldwater, G. R. Angelí and A. J. Brow besides other private collections. It can not but be a valuable aid in cultivating the taste of the people for the love of the beau tiful, - ¦ a taste in itself ennoblingand wor thy of our best attention.