Henry Luce died Friday evening at bis home 81 Geddes ave., after a long and paiuful illness, aged 31 years aud 19 days . Mr. Luce it will be remera bered was operated ou at the University hospital 14 weeks ago for appeudicitis. The shock to bis nervoas system was so great tbafc be never seemed to rally from it and after beiug 12 weeks in the hospital be leturned home only to gradually fail away. During the whnle of his long illness he reoeived the most unremittiug attuntion and care from his mother and sisters, the doctors and nnrses at the hospital and frora the members of Otseuiugo Lodee, No. 295, I. O. O. F., and Anu Arbor Lodge, No. 352, B. P. O. Elks, of both of whióh orders he was u member. His mother aad three sisters are left to mourn his Ios3. The funeral was under tbe auspices of the I. O. O. F. and B. P. O. Elks aud services were held at St. Andrew's chnrch at 8:80p. m. Sunday afternnoon, Rev. Henry Tatlock officiatiug. The remains were interred in Forest Hill cemetery. Mr. Luce was born ín Bermoudsey, Loudon, Eugland, and oame to this country with his mother and sisters when a lad nine years of age. He was a very pleasant, indostrious yonng man, a carpenter by trade, but was employed in S Rosenthaler's billiard hall at the time he was seized with his fatal illness, and was highly esteemed by his frieuds and acquaintauces.