;OD INJURY TO ALBERT GLASS An injury received six yeaxs ago when he was kicked by a horse proved fatal to- Albert M. Glass, a lifelong resident of ' Fredericltsburg,. at the home., of his son, Theodore B. ;Glass, at ^Roaring Spring on Thursday night at' .11.30 o'clock. Mi-. Glass was.on the mountain near Frederlcksbvirg hauling wood-with a team of horses'and wagon six years ago. He was sitting on the front; of the. wagon when . one. .of 'the horses kicked, striking him on the leg, inflicting a v severe compound fracture. Mr. Glass lay. on tlie mountain for hours before rescued. He was taken to his home and, given surgical aid. He .was.later taken to the : Nasoh hospital at' Roaring Spring and was : ,a patient jfor a time at the .Altoona hospital; .but the wound refused, to .heal and'caused him,.much suffering and trouble. . - : , ' . ' . Some- years' ago Mr.. Glass served as justice of the 'peace in -North "Wood-. bury township and. later was, elected constable, an office ;he held at the time of his death. He was born near Fredericksburg, June. 30,* 1857, .the son of Ellas and Sarah Glass, both deceased. Fifty years ago he ,was united in mar- riage'with Missy'Sarah Baker, who survives', .with two sons, Theodore B., and Frank -pf.Martinsburg, R. ,D. No. 2. Four .brothers r. also survive, William, John .and Fred- 'Glass, all of Altoona,'"and. Emanu'el Glass .of .Clearfield.' , '•:.•••".' •Mr., '.<}la!ss Avas 'avmember of the Church of the Brethren 'at Martinsburg and funeral services will be conducted In the Memorial Church of the Brethren J Sunday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock.;. Interment will be made in the Mennohlte cemetery south of Martinsburg. !• - ' '