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The Seattle Star, July 16, 1903

Ezekiel Still, aged 76 years, died yesterday at his late residence in this city. He was an old resident of the Sound country and one of the best known pioneers of the state. He came to Washington from Brighton, England thirty-three years ago. He lived at 911 [blurry] Harrison street in this city.

Mrs. Calvin Hall and little son Runaldo Allyn Hall, have returned from a month's visit to friends in Portland. They were accompanied home by Miss Constance Walker of Portland, who will spend a few weeks in Seattle.

Linda A. Thompson has sued her husband, Lawrence Thompson, for a divorce on grounds of desertion. The couple were married in 1894.