Geological Society, " University of Michigan, y February 24, 189 1. ) Whereas, It has pleased our Heavenly Father to cali from his research in the field of science, that scholar, teacher and friend of all humanity, Dr. Alexander Winchell, and Whereas, While the University and the world at large mourn his loss, it is meet that we, the members of the Geological Society, who have feit his kindly interest and sympathy in our work, should add the testimony of our deep sorrow for this great loss; therefore be it Resolved, That while through his death the whole scientific world suffers an irreparable loss, we give manifestation of our sorrow for the loss of a personal friend, whose lofty ideáis and noble character have a constant source of inspiration to us. Resolved, That we tender to the family of the deceased our heartfelt sympathy in this their great affliction. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family, and a copy published in the ctiy papers. George B. Sones, H. Ophelia Staufft, JENNIE K. ECKSlOiM, E. May Washburn, W. J. Hammill, F. C. Kuhn, Committee. The open meeting at the hallof Carpenters' unión, No. 85, last Wednesday evening,was a gratifying success. Although the speaker expected from abroad was unable to fill his engagement, the audience was requited by a fine impromptu address from Mr. Colegrove, of local fame. Everybody should attend the mass meeting to be held this evening, at Armory hall, under the auspices of Carpenters' unión, No. 85, at which the proposed nine-hour day will be discussed. That eloquent speaker, Chas. E. Miller, of Detroit, will handle the question in all its bearings. An invitation is especially extended to contractors and to our business men to attend this meeting. Good music will be a feature of the evening, and an enjoyable and profitable time may be expected. Doors open at half-past seven.