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 - Fatal Accident Occurs In Ball Game at Palmyra...
Fatal Accident Occurs In Ball Game at Palmyra (Continued ti-om r*** On«l *rafc of *htoh young Omtt*rt *»« & member, trill attend the Wrrvless and act as pallbearers. head -with water, -walked to tho players' bench assisted by several team ma/tea. A physician was summoned who said that Ommt>rt was not serkmflly hurt. However, the catcher's condition grew worse and about an hour later he became unconscious. TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Omtnert was then placed In an automobile owned by Clarence Pink, of Palmyra, and brought to the Harrisburg hospll.nl. The ball player's condition was found to bo Berloua by tho doctors and preparations wore at OIKO made for an operation, but before anything could lie done Oramort had died. After Ommert hnd rwolved his Injury another catcher was substituted by tho Harris Park nine and the eamo continued, ending with the score of 3 to 2 in Palmyra's favor. THK aunvrvons Young Omtnprt is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Om- 'mert, one brother, Carl, and a sister, Miss Pearl Ommort. The funeral services will bo hold from his home this evening at 7 o'clock and the Rev. Harry Nelson Bansler, pastor of Second Reformed church will officiate. Members of the Harris Park Attempt Made To Burn the City Bottling Works {Continued iron p*s* Oo»j the bottling works, but fortunately thoy escaped injury. The accident did MTve to ehow however, what th« laddies would have been up against had there been a War blaze. It was about 12:30 o'clock when Walter Wentz, of 511 North Ninth street, discovered the reflection of a bright light on the oetHng of his room. He bad just retired and was siirprieod that a stonrn crmM have come up so suddenly. Doirhtlng that tho reflection could bo from flashes of lightning ho got up again and looking out of the window of his room, he saw the bottling works in a blaze. Tie at once jumped Into his clothing and ran to the Liberty engine house- two doors away, whore he pecurod fl hand exMngiilsher and ran to the nllfy In the mir. nftrr arousing Driver I^fln.ttprncps, who quickly followed with Kwornfl srrtHons of iro.ap which he aitta<rhed to the fire hydrant in front of the house. TURNED IN ALARM. In th,e meanwhile Jobji A. Pox, of 017 Jlidlin street, had seen the flre about the tsuiio time, and be was also quickly on the scone and Uirned in nil alarm from Box 35 at Tenth and

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 24 May 1915, Mon,
  3. Page 7

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