Clipped From The Scranton Republican
WO KILLED, FIVE HURT IN ACCIDENTS : (Continued from Page One.) oved to the hospital. The Taylor po - ce are conducting an investigation hto the accident. Sheerin was struck by a heavy slab roof while at work in the Pine trook mine of the Scranton Coal ompany Saturday morning. Fellow orkmen extricated him from the ebrls and removed him to the Moses aylor Hospital, where he died one our after the accident. It was re - orted that he suffered a fractured kull and died without regaining con - Iclnusness. Sheerin was a native of West Scran - rn; and a member of St. Patrick's hurch. He is survived by two broth - rs, Michael, of this city, and Frank, Horseheads, N. T., and one sister, Irs. James L. Cooney, wife of the eneral manager of the scranton Coal ompany. The funeral will be held uesday morning with a high mass of fequlem In St. Patrick's Church at 9:10 clock. Interment will be in the athedral Cemetery. Hit by Trolls?. Allan Lawrence, of Ml Adams venue, was injured at 11:25 o'clock aturday night, when the Ford road - kei he was driving was turned turtle an outbound South Side street car Cedar avenue and Orchard street. According to the report made to the ollce, the Lawrence car was making aie'turn on Orchard street when struck y the trolley car. The windshield of e auto was broken to pieces and the iurl otherwise damaged. That he es - ped with lacerations of the right nd and right knee Is considered iraculous. Another accident on Saturday was gured in by a bicycle rider and re - ulted in a pedestrian going to the tate Hospital. James Connors, 27, of Meadow avenue, told hospital at - Rches that he was knocked down by a Icycle on Wyoming avenue. After eceiving treatment for contusions of lie face he was discharged. Others Injured Joan Brockus, 22, of 1627 Dorothy treet, suffered a laceration of the bwer lip when struck by a baseball esterday afternoon. He was treated ahe State Hospital. Victor Bran, 21, of 944 Acker ave - ue, cut his wrist with a milk bottle sterday afternoon and ha also re potted to the State Hospital for treat - Ait. Antnony Ruane, of 2226 Jack - oo street, cut his left hand with a lass bottle and was also treated at he State Hospital. Harry Kitcha,. ten, of 2441 Twenty - First street, was struck in the face fyj a baseball while watching a game Eynon street at 5 o clock yesterday fternoon. At the West Side Hospital was found to be suffering from lac - rations of the right lower Jaw, and con - uslons of the left cheek. He was dls - harged from the hospital. When he fell near his home at 5 clock, Piolmrnia Pentach, eight, of 34 North Ninth street. Incurred deap derations of the forehead which re - ulred two stitches to close at the Cst Side Hospital.