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Death Of Will B. Price

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Wiü I!. Piice, v.iio had been :it Asïivft'.le, N. C, for some montlis, and of wliosc dangerous illness the Couspoke ycsterday, died yestei at bout nooji, with pneumo-thorax. '[ He was one oí the best known young j men in Aun Arbov, and one of the most popular, Uso. Some time since He was attacked w&th luns trouble, and fearang consumptioii he Icït his positicm as teller oï the lst Xational Bank, of this city, and sought outdoor emptoyment eis mud) aa ]■■ ble. A few months since he ivent to Asliville. N. C, and tlie change Beemed to be ust the thing needed. He was tapMly improving, and bkl fair' to coine back to lits frieiuls liere, a well man. But when tlie change of seasoms carne, lie cauglit cold, and that disease, pneumo-thorax, ao fatal in the southern climate, set in and he had not strength sufficient to take him through. and the telegram yesterday mooo hrouglit the sad news of liis serious iltoees, and the afternoon of bis death. Mr. Prdce was about 2C yeai-s of age. He was coanected with the lst National Bank for a number of years, until ill health torced him "uut. He was a communicant and faithful member of St. Andrew's Episcopal oliurch, a member of Fraternity lodge F. & A. il., Washtenaw Chapter B. A. II.. and ateo oí Aun Arbor Commandery No. 13, K. T., of tliis city. Sy Ixidgc n ly efficiënt ofiicer, servtng two ye.ivs as Senior Deacon, one year as Senior Warden, and wouid have been elected ■Worsháipiful Master in December '91 had his liealth permitted. To his faithl'ul a.nd eificfemt work as au officer and member, this lodge was largely iowlebted for tlie popularity it enjoyed dtuiag t,lie,-ears '89,' 90, '91 amd '92. His remains wiil reatib here tö-morrow, Wednesday, eve.ning, and the funeral services undoubtedly be held ïhui'suay. Thds death has cast a gloom over tïïie society of young people wlth wliom he was once a, favorite, and his motlier, brother and sister have the sympathy of the communHy in their bottow.


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