Frank Marion March 10, 1919
FIVE ARE INJURED IN AUTO MISHAPS Four Accidents Contribute '' to Number of Slight Injuries to Pedestrians. Five persons were' injured, one serl - ourly, and several machines were badly damaged in four outomobile accidents Saturday afternoon and night. , Frank Marion, twenty - eight, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Marion, of Hill street. Archba'.d, is at the State hospi tal, as the result of injuries received at S o'clock Saturday night; when fun down by a Ford touring car, owned and operated by John Snyder, of Main street, Carbondale. At the hospital earlv this morning it was - said that Marion is suffering from a deep lacera tion of the right - cheek, the scal both ears and a puncture wound of the right elbow. Marion was crossing the street at the intersection of Main and Gilmartin streets, Archbald, ' when struck. His body was thrown in the air for some distance. He was picked up and carried carried into - the - home of John O'Rourkc; where he was given first - aid treatment by Dr. John Mcintosh. Later he was removed to the State hospital, this city. When the car struck Marion it top pled ove; into the street, John Snyder and his brother, Herman Snyder, suf fered severe lacerations of the. head, and arms. Frank and James Gardner, brothers, of Clifford and other occupants occupants of the Ford suffered from slight bruises.