Source: Jacksonville Journal, Jacksonville, Florida 26 Nov 1929 taken from index cards at the East Stake Family History Center Library.
GIRL VICTIM'S UNCLE KILLS SELF IN HOTEL
Shreveport, La., Nov 26 - E. L. Pringle 57, insurance man and the uncle of Eunice Pringle, dancer-complainant in the assault case against Alexander Pantages, theater magnate in California, took his life in his hotel room here.
He drank poison and then covered his face in a handkerchief saturated with a strong anesthetic.
Note: Elbert Lines Pringle is buried in the Centuries Memorial Park, Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisana.