Whekeas, By the change called death, our beloved frieud, Miss Lura L. Porter, has passed on to a higher life. Resolved, That although invisible to our sight her influence is stiil feit in our midst, and the remembrance of her many lovely traits of oharacter and rare intelligence of mind, should stimulate us to make our Club worthy of its honored member. Resolved, ïhat these expresions of love, with our heartfelt sympathy, be extended to her relativos and iriends. " We wrong the grave with fears untrue, Sliall lovc be blumed for want of faith ? There raust be wisdom with great death ; The dead shall look us through and through. Be near us when we climh or fall ; Y e watch like God, the rolling hours "With larger other eyes than oura, To make allowance for us all." Mbs. I8KAEL Hall, Mks. Juliet Perkins, Mes. C. B. Poetes, Committee of Woman's Club. Ann Arbor, Oet. 24, 1876.