Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Monday, April 13, 1931
Mrs. Milo Sprague Died Sunday Night
Heart Attack Fatal to Member of One of Idaho's Oldest Families - Leaves Husband and One Son
Mrs. Lillian Sprague, wife of Milo Sprague, died at 10 o'clock last night at the family home, 323 Adams street, of a heart attack. She was taken ill one year ago and her condition grew worse and six months ago she was forced to take to her bed. When death came Mr. Sprague and his son were at the bedside.
Born Lillian Leasure, 45 years ago at Moscow, Mrs. Sprague was a member of one of Idaho's oldest families, and her father figured prominently in the development of that city. Following her marriage to Mr. Sprague about 25 years ago, they came here to live. Mrs. Sprague was very well known to citizens of Lewiston and nearby places.
Besides the widower, she leaves a son, Harold Sprague; a brother, Frank Leasure, Moscow, and a sister, Mrs. Effie Morey, Spokane.
The body is resting at the Vassar establishment. Arrangements have not been completed for the funeral.