Schirmer, Charles J Blood Transfusion Proves of No Avail

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Schirmer, Charles J Blood Transfusion Proves of No Avail - He at a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Or. C. D....
He at a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Or. C. D. Schir^r Dies Wisconsin--?Was., In-^ ,:-' " jnred by Train T__.-____ Dr. G. D. .Schirmer, 2,4 yeaijs old, in] of the Findlay road, who tlur- ! 4its hanged the ab * ence of Dr ' J ' H - Blat ' a couple of years for In- that its measurably action. times in ago, had charge of his office here, died in St. Josgph/s hospital in Ashland, Wis., this'Thorning. He had been ill since Sunday, February 20, when he received injuries due jo ' | · accident. He was pinned between after snow-plow and a caboose in Glidden, Wis., while he was- trying to get a picture of the huge snow-drifts. He was a veterinary at Gliddeu, Wis. ! The body will be accompanied to Lima by his father, reaching this city tomorrow night, and will ,be taken to the family )iome. The engine was propelling ..the | snow plow, with the caboose to engine and the plow. '"Via plow gen- ,,,,,. ..,, ., , .. . K · ' track, the momeuttui carry- times ._ ., . · ' . . . . X of the train along, in the opposite slde . Dr.'Schirmer was standing on the steps of the fore-end of the caboose in the action of Uflh'ng a snap-shot Lincoln. and ability the accomplish be I ought people pro- believe merely resolve." who caboose, through A Ws of the plow in action. He" was caught, between v the plow and large bolt was driven body at the hip. * Loss of blood, pue to lapse of hours in getting him to the hospital, and the fact that the clot of blood in the artery which was crushed extended farther than nt first thought, caused the railroad company's physician, sevoral.^ys after the accident, to predict hi^Wteath. · He decided to make no operatipn. Upon his arrivitfctha father gave up 12 ounces of/^ils blood in response to the call pf the surgeon, who made a'supreme effort to save the life of the young doctor. A hospital. Dr. Heinrich, gave four ounces of 'blood. Pour ounces ware taken from Schlrmer's father at three different periods. Sixteen ounces of new blood were injected Into the system, but this did not save his life. The parents, 11 brothers and sisters survive. The yonng roan was born in Dayton. He went to Glidde;i on Thanksgiving. 1914. The family has resided in .Lima 13 years. Dr. Byron Herring, veterinary sur coon of Lima, left several weeks ago for Oliddcn, Wisconsin, where ho will take up tlio practice of Dr. Schirmer. ' of to Southwestern

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  1. The Lima News,
  2. 09 Mar 1916, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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