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 - i ACCIDENTS. Miss Mary Burke, of 21 Prospect...
i ACCIDENTS. Miss Mary Burke, of 21 Prospect avenue, avenue, slipped on Ice while crossing the Roaring Brook bridge yesterday, and sprained her right knee. ! Dr. A. T. Walsh was called to at - tend Charles Noble, of Dalton, who ; fractured his knee cap while unloading Imilk at Miller's dairy yesterday. Harry Monahan, employed at the Cliff works, had a finger amputated : while at work yesterday. The Injury was treated at the Moses Taylor hos - l pital. I Gustave Spindler, also employed nt i the Cliff works, had his hnnH ininr yesterday, and was treated at the Moses Taylor hospital. I

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  1. The Scranton Truth,
  2. 23 Mar 1906, Fri,
  3. Page 9

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