Charles Hartman- Injured in fall
SCAFFOLD BREAKS, PAINTERS TUMBLE Two Men Injured in Fall rof About Thirty - five ; Feet . Charles Hartman, - of Hartman Bros., well known painters and paper hangers hangers and Lawrence Ramminger, an employe employe of the firm fell a distance of 35 feet when a scaffold on which they were - working gave way yesterday. Hartman sustained a dislocated right shoulder, a sprained left ' hand and other bruises, while Rammlnger's right shoulder was bruised, his right arm punctured, hip bruised and it is feared he may be injured internallly. Dr.' John Kulozyckl, who attended tbe Injured men, will take an X - ray of Ramminger on Friday, to determine whether or not he is Injured Internally xne two men were painting the Zwlck residence In the S00 block of Maple street, where tbe accident occurred occurred about 11:30 o'clock yesterday morning. They were constructing a scaffold near the gable of the roof and Ramminger had gone only two feet Into the gable on a small ladder placed on the scaffolding, when a round in the ladder on which the scaffolding was constructed, gave . way . and. the . men fell Into the cellar of the home. Hartman Hartman struck on some barrels on the ground,. That he was not killed instantly instantly Is a miracle. Ramminger went completely Into the cellar and is probably Injured the ' most seriously of the two. Hartman - was taken to his home on Cedar avenue, .and Ram - mlnfter is confined to bed at? his home in the 700 block of Alder street.