Ethel Patterson Bigley's death

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Ethel Patterson Bigley's death - - e DEATH" OF MfcS. BIGLEY. Woman Who Fell in '...
- e DEATH" OF MfcS. BIGLEY. Woman Who Fell in ' Hot Water Succumbs to Injuries. Mrs. Ethel B. Bigley, wife Efrnest Bigley, died in a local hospital hospital Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. rJigley is the woman who fell into the vat of scalding watei a week ago Sunday evening, Oct. 11, and who vwas badly scalded. The sad accident occurred at the Lesh oil refinery southeast of the city. was thought until a short time be fore her death "occurred that Mrs. Bigley would recover. It is isaid that n-re n-re n-re than three-fifths three-fifths three-fifths of the skin of her body was burned off when she fell into the vet of scalding scalding water. At the time the accident accident took place Mrs. Bigley was company with her husband and his brother, John Bigley, and they were making a visit to the Lesh oil refinery. refinery. John Bigley is an employe of th Lesh Oil company. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bigley only recently re turned from the state of Wahsmg- ton, . and had located in Arkansas City again. Funeral services for Mrs. Bigley were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at tho Oldroyd funeral parlors. In terment took place in Riverview cemetery. The deceased was aged S3 years, 6 months and 2d days.

Clipped from Arkansas City Daily Traveler19 Oct 1914, MonPage 1

Arkansas City Daily Traveler (Arkansas City, Kansas)19 Oct 1914, MonPage 1
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