Funeral of Henry K. Ort. Names parents, son, siblings, no mention of wife.
TO the a act Pilling by Deaths During the WeÂ«k. was hfiH 118 ^ 1 Â°I Mrs - Mary Prlnce was held Tuesday afternoon, her death occurring at Hebo, Ore., Satur- aaj. Mrs. Prince was born in Oregon in 1857. She came to Lewfs are r * T 1 ' Su TMng children Rani,- P P Â£ n C e and Mrs - JÂ°hn M?mÂ« f Â° EA K Ce ? tralia; Mrs ' Esther Mutter of Aberdeen; Mrs. Belle P^f? H , 6b Â£' Ore - and Mrs - Ethel ?n? H 6 Â£ f Curtis - There are also four brothers and two sisters Mrs Ida J. Holm of this city died Saturday in^Seattle, where she had been receiving medical attention. Her husband, Frank Holm, and two children survive her. Mr. Holm is railway employee. The funeral of Henry K. Ort was held Sunday afternoon, following his death at C ashman hospital Friday alter a long illness. He was 27 years of age. During the world Henry served two years in France. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. O a son, William Henry Ort; a brother, Chester of Burlingame, Calif and two sisters, Misses Helen and' Marjorie Ort of this city survive him