ist- "i 'Â·'. ;:'-I"'- '-' "-'Â·Â· '"TV ""' -' Â· "''*"" ^*^ A ^K^4ifiv. : : ^'~ / F I I%I* ~^"lrr"" 'V n taÂ«e Erne - Â· Â· 3 AT .WORK s i^'WAS OVJGROOME BY along- : '-jOÂ»e-. ^'at three o'clock -Monday;TOoralng.' Â·/Â· _At'first they,feared ^at'fid fiad hqen'struclt 'htt ft' tvM4 n : *r*Ki^J-' ^nVJ^jA.-i* Â·*.-* i . . that by a' train, : . : ',-_,' ' - 3realhe.d .and tlicct-ilbj^ro.were no vis* ^ ibto,.m'airks : of injury, but efforta Found unconscious In the Lake'arouse the man w-ere futile.. Tlie ; Erie ft Western yards, William M, bwjnntse was called and Rotroff Â·^otroff, a switchman, wae temovod: tsteen homo, where a physician, 1 toi-MS-.bome, at. 828 , Sollefontatnc. oalied. He found thnt tho sick i avenue- Jit lhe-WJ!Uams Jt^DayJs am- condition .wag due. tp. a kianey pbitlajwA "early-Monday., momiikg. He faction and administered ChÂ« proper I had been stricken with an attack of medicine. RotroK regained con- ktiJney tron'ble and was in an un- sclouswsRe about eight o'clock, Ho conscious condition for nearly alx will recover. He cloÂ«t not know Â· noure. long ho had roinnlnad unconscious Jpellow workmen fouiÂ«l KotroS's be(or^ found by Irlend*. Uma. Â· . ' Â·. , Â·Â· .