Spokesman-Review   August 22, 1910

 

PERISHES TRYING TO
         RESCUE A PARROT
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down a hill Boyd, seeing his home still safe, returned for the bird. After he entered the house flames broke out in all directions, and he was a prisoner between four walls of fire.
    Boyd was a member of the Elks' lodge at Missoula, Mont., and for a number of years was general agent of the Northern Pacific railway at Wallace. He was born in Monroe, N. Y., March 22, 1846. He is survived by a wife, two daughters, Miss Josephine Boyd of Wallace and Mrs. Fred L.

[photo; caption Joseph Gaston Boyd]

Lee, 317 Cleveland avenue, this city; a son, John Boyd, of Wallace; two sisters, Mrs. M. E. King of New York city and Mrs. Allen Seeley of Springfield, Mass., and a brother, Evan Boyd, of Brooklyn, N. Y. The funeral services will be held from the Elks' temple in this city tomorrow afternoon. Interment will be in Elks' Rest, Greenwood cemetery.
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