Twenty-five years ago: death of Adam W. Haag
Its first memorial services, although although there have been no deaths in the eight months of its existence. existence. TWENTY - FIVE YEARS AGO December 2, 1914 Lewis M. Steward, Reading Railroad station agent at Birds - boro, dies suddenly while seated at his desk in his office. He was 55. Falling from a second - story Little Benny as guests. Gobin Klnsey, 25, of Coatesville, is fatally injured when run down by an auto on the Morgantown road near Joanna. Temperature of from 10 above to 10 below zero results In eight deaths in the state in three days, all victims of cold. Adam W. Haag, mechanical engineer engineer and inventor, head of the Haag Manufacturing Co., dies at his home here, at the age of 78. By Lee Pape Opera doesn't to ex - to let house him reads back Jerome You and spell going the Mrs.