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that Mr. Palmer was In danger, according to Mrs. B. L. Ilonore, Mrs. - Palmer's sister, although he had been 111 for three weeks. A week ago his physician told him he might leave his bed if he wished, but Mr. Palmer determined to remain In bed as a rest cure for the weakness which he felt. He had no premonition of danger,' however, and up to the time that he lost consciousness he talked with the members of the family without reference reference to any apprehensions of death. Faailljr aDeathbed. . ' ' Mr. Palmer died' in his own room on the second floor of his magnificent resldei.ee. The room Is above the library, and tbe windows overlook the lake. At bis bedside were Mrs. Palmer, his two sons, Honore, and Potter Palmer, Jr., B. L. Honore, A drain Honore. and Lockwood Honore, brothers of Mrs. Palmer, and Mrs. B. L. Honore. Dr. George P. Marquis was also present, doing every thing possible to revive the dying man. His efforts served merely to prolong life a few minutes, as Mr. Palmer never rallied after he lost consciousness. - - .