The scheme of Endowing our Society seems to meet with general favor. Its importance is apparent to all who think of it, and we hope ere long to be able to announce that this interest has assumed practical, tangible shape, and that we have invested funds which yield us a regular income upon which we can rely for the prosecution of our great work. Meantime, we beg that our friends will help us in several ways: 1. Let us know what you can give towards the permanent endowment of the Society. 2. Mention the matter to your friends, and enlist their interest and help. 3. Send us list of names of those who are able and would be likely to be willing to help us. We need and must have an endowment. Who will help us?