Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Friday, September 11, 1908
Mr. Campbell Passed Away
He Succumbed to Typhoid Fever Yesterday Morning.
Yesterday morning Arthur Campbell, a very well known and popular young man, passed away at his home in East Lewiston, as the result of an attack of typhoid fever which confined him to the house three weeks ago. Mr. Campbell for a period was engaged in business in Lewiston and later at Pierce City, being associated with the Idaho Tea company. For a year past he has been traveling salesman for the Crescent Co., of Seattle.
Mr. Campbell was united in marriage three years ago to Miss Bernice Morey, daughter of ex-Councilman Morey, of this city, and she survives him. He is also survived by a brother, Ray Campbell, of this city, and sisters in the east. The latter have been notified by telegraph of his death and so soon as a response comes the arrangements for the funeral will be made. The deceased was a member of the Woodmen of the World lodge of this city.