The cutiré community wás shocke and palned Wednesday to near of the death of Mrs. A. L. Noble, who died Wednesday, Jan. 22. of heart failure at her home, :2o s. División street. She wíis barn December 2.". 1847, in Carlton, New York. and livod in New York until JuiK'. 1871, when she married Mr. A. L. Xoble and carne with hini to Ann Arbor to live. Mr. Noble after a most honorable business eareer in this city. died in May. 1S!4. leavmg a v ilmv and tliree children. The latter, iMr. Clarence Noble, of Milwakee, .Mrs. .las. II. Prentiss and Harry Noble of Ann Arbor, survive their parents. Mrs. Noble liad been ill for several niiüiths aml was so ïmich worse the last weel; Ihal the end was not iniexpected. She "fel] asleep" surrounded 1 iv her cliildren. Mrs. Noble, soul al'tcr taking irp lier resldenee n this city. in 1871. became Identlfled with the Methodist ehurch and Erom that time until her death was one of iis m-osl loyal members, belng on the official board when the messeneer canie 'bidding her depart to that realni where as a reward for lier yeai-s ut' liravery and unseltishness she was to hear the wonls of her Master: "Well done, good and faitliful servant. enter ti.ou into the joy of thy uord." In every gooa work for the upllftlng of huinanity Mrs. iNoble was ever ready to lend a hand, and she gave freely of herself and her nieans to add to the suin of the world's happlnese. The funeral s"ill be hekl this afternoon ;it 2 o'clock f rom the resldenee.