After a lengthy illness, extending over several years, Daniel B. Calbick, one of the Winona district's most highly regarded residents, died suddenly on Saturday night.
About 2 weeks ago, Mr. Calbick's illness became more pronounced, and necessitated confinement to his room. A few days ago, however, he recovered sufficiently to enable him to be about, but there set in a relapse, which terminated in his death.
The deceased was in his 63rd year, and had been a resident of Winona for more than 15 years, during which time he had gathered about him a host of loving friends, who will receive this news in deep sorrow.
Before and since coming to this district, Mr. Calbick was an active worker in the Methodist church, and for the past 35 years had been identified with the official boards at his places of residence.
He was a member of the Woodmen of the World.
Left to mourn are his widow and one son, Harold, of Winona; two brothers, Thomas, of Vancouver, B.C., and Samuel, of Chilliwack, B.C., and one sister, Miss Jane, of Innisfree, Alberta. The funeral is taking place at 2 o'clock this afternoon, services being held at his late residence, Helderleigh, and at the graveside in Stoney Creek cemetery, where interment will be made.