John Isach Beard dies from train accident at work
INJURY FATAL TO TRAINMAN BEARD P. & R. Employe Dies From Effect Of Fearful Accident. Family at His Bedside. John I. Beard, the P. & R. railway trainman 'badly Injured on Friday shortly before noon in the A. I. ani .S. Manufacturing Company's yards, died about 4.30 o'clock on Friday afternoon afternoon in i lie Good Samaritan Hospital, Hospital, of shock and loss of blood. He lost his left leg below the knee and the right foot through the accident. FAMILY AT ,1113 SIDE. The breaking of a brake fixture, causing Beard to fall under the wheels of a car, is said to have been the cause of the accident. He was Conscious up to 20 minutes before his death and his wile was at his .bedside until a few minutes before the end. THOSE WHO SURVIVE. Mr. Beard was 35 years of age last June and leaves his wife, Daisy, who aged 10, and Ruth, aged nearly four years; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beard, of Weidman street, and ihe following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Harry Krall, Mrs. William Garrett, Garrett, Mrs. Arthur Light, Mrs. Charles Miller, Mrs. Levi Spotts, all of this city; Irwin Beard, of Middletown; and Charles and Elmer Beard., of Lebanon. Lebanon. FUNERAL, ON TUESDAY. Mr. Beard and family lived with the Kofler family at 622 Walnut street. He was member of Court Lebanon,! No. 210, Foresters of America; the j Brotherhod of Railway Trainmen and the P and R. Relief Association. He attended the Lutheran Church and Rev. A. T. Miphler, of Trinity congre-gatiou, congre-gatiou, congre-gatiou, will have charge of the funeral funeral next Tuesday afternoon. The re- re- Is a daughter of Louis Koner, the Wai- Wai- mains were removed from the hospi-n hospi-n hospi-n ut, street .baker; two children, Violet, jial by P. H. Thompson.