Seized suddenly with epileptic convulsions to which he had been subject, but had not suffered from for some time, death came without warning early Tuesday morning to Harry Gray, former employee of the C.P.R. and was well know about town.
Gray had been living in a shack on the south side of the tracks for some weeks. On Monday night, shortly after midnight, he was taken ill and Dr. Leech was called. The man had evidently suffered from a serious convulsion, but Dr. Leech revived and left him apparently improved. Shortly afterwards, however, he expired. Dr. Tughan, coroner from Grassy Lake, after viewing the remains, decided an inquest unnecessary.
Gray was buried here on Wednesday. No information could be secured regarding his relatives.