Obituary Patrick A Joyce
Patrick A. Joyce. Patrick A:' Joyce, for the past ten years a restaurant keeper On South Main street, died very suddenly . this morning at 6:16 at his home over his place of business. He had been ill enough to be confined to his bed only since yesterday morning. Mr. Joyce's death - resulted from an attack of pneumonia, following a severe cold. The deceased was between 40 and 50 years old. . ' Mr. Joyce was attacked by a cold a week ago, but he did not consider it serious until yesterday morning, when he was prevailed - on to leave bis business business and take to his bed. His physician physician reported him as seriously but not dangerously 111 last night A decided decided change for the worse was noted this morning and at o'clock hia brothers and sisters were sent . for. Before they could arrive he had passed away. Mr. Joyce was a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Joyce, who resided for many years in tbe vicinity of Market street - Until ten years ago he worked in tbe mines, when a permanent In - Jury caused him to enter the saloon business. Mr. Joyce was a good neighbor and friend and was widely known In this section. At the time of his death he was the owner of a couple of .fine properties on South Mam street. His widow and one adopted son survive him, as do the folio win? brothers and sisters: Mrs. Thomas Loftus," City Controller William William Joyce and John Joyce, of this city; Eld ward, of Scranton; Michael. Ambrose end Agnes, of New York; Mrs. Daniel Meehan. of Wtlkesbarre, and Thomas, of the West. The fun eral. It is expected, will be held Monday Monday morning. ' ' , .