JAMES MAC KEY A VICTIM OF DREAD TUBERCULOSIS. For Many Years He Had Been City Employe 131 Health Had Confined Confined Hint Since May. James Mackey, aged 42 years, who for many years was a city employe, succumbed succumbed to tuberculosis at 10:15 o'clock yesterday morning at the home of h:s mother, Mrs. Emma Mackey, at 1901 Griffiths Griffiths avenue. Before entering the employ of the city he was connected with Grainger Grainger & Co. He served in the city engineer-ling engineer-ling engineer-ling department for several -years, -years, and In January. 1906. w-as w-as w-as appointed warrant cCerk by Sam Wilhite in the office of tihe City Controller. Ill health forced him to leave the office last May, but he had held the position as clerk until the time of his death. Those under whom Mackey had served said that they had found him capaible and efficient at all times and of a bright and cheerful disposition. Besides ni!s mother he is survived by a brother John Mackey, and three sisters, QKsses Ida, Emma .and Mamie Mackey. The funeral services wO be held at 9 o'clock to-morrow to-morrow to-morrow to-morrow morning at St Patrick's church The burial vrUl be In St Lauls cemetery."