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MINERS KILLED - '. '- fomy-su mm IN MINES OF STATE LForty...
'. '- fomy-su mm IN MINES OF STATE LForty Americans and Six Fori Fori eigners Listed Head —Names i of Men Killed in Southern | West Virginia. j The State Department of Mlries reports reports a list of persons killed inside and outside of coal mines In West /Virginia during the month of Jan- .\iary, 1925, totalling 4G. Ot whom forty were Americans and six were foreigners. Those from southern yirginla Were: , McDowell—January 2, W. F. Bullins, Bullins, Americap, driver, was killed by Imine car at JMonarch mine, Monarch [Smokeless Coal Co. , McDowell—January a, Ernest Coch- lTan, American, carpenter, outside, ;>'as Injured by being caught between cars at Bottom Creek mine. Bottom .Creek Coal & Coke Co., and died January January 5. . Wyoming—January 6, Osborne Lint, American, miner, was killed by fall Jot slate at Wyoming No. 1 mine, 'United Pocahontas Coal Co. McDowell—January G. Joe Lytobar, Hungarian, miner, was injured by fall ..-of-slate at Bottom Creek mine, Bot,tom Bot,tom Creek Coal and Coke Co., and Idled January 8. f, Mingo—January 9, Fred Locard, •'American, machine helper, was kill:!«d kill:!«d by mining machine at Williamson (flnine, Williamson Fuel Co. if; Qreenbrler—January 9, Pete Lan- '•guel, Slovish, miner, was killed by I fall of slat? at No. 1 mine, Margaretto .(Coal Co. :• McDowell 10, John Thomas, Negro, . i'eiiw, was electrocuted (250 volts) at M>, 1 mine, Yukon Pocahontas Coal ,€(». :'' McDowell—January 12, Golden Jor: Jor: |dan, Negro, driver, was killed by fall 1 of slate at No. 10 mine, United States Coal & Coke Co. McDowell—January 12, Dan' Thom- 1 ins, Negro, miner, was killed by fall : of__ slate at Algoma mine, Algonia Coal & Coke Co. McDowell—January 12, Will Jacki Jacki Son, Negro, slateman, wus injured by fall of slate at Tidewater mine, Tide- 'water Coal & Coke Co., and died Jan- Uary 13. I Raleigh—January 13, Glen Goodwin, 'American, brakeman, was killed by Jnotor at MacAlpin mine, MacAlpin Coal Co. , McDowell—January 13,-Sam'l Hub- toard, American, miner, was injured py Tall of slate at Empire mine, Em- pire Coal & Coke Co., and died January January 28. Mlngo—January 16. Will Runyoii, American, bralteman, was injured by being caught between motor and top at No. 1 mine, Landstreef Downey Coal Co., and died January 23. Mingo—January 17, Byrdie Butcher, American, brak^/ian, was killed by being run over by car at No. 32 mine of R«d Jacket Cons. Coal & Coke Co. Raleigh—January 19. Carl Wilson, American, miner, was injured by being being rolled between car and foot at Sprague mine, Cranberry Fuel Company, Company, and died January 24. McDowell—January 21, Arthur Coe, American, laborer, outside, was killed by car at Pond Creek mine, Pond Creek, Pccahontas Coal Company. .McDowell—January 23, George Curtis Curtis and W. T. Meade, Americans, tim- berrnen, were killed by fall of slate at Warrior mine, Warrior Cotil Company. Company. McDowell—January 23, C. W-r Cockhill, Cockhill, American, civil engineer, was electrocuted (250 volts) at No. 2 mine, By-Products Pocahontas Coal Corn^ pany. Mercer—January 26, Harrison Graham, Graham, American, track helper, was killed by fall of slate at Modoc mine, Turkey Gap Coal arid Coke Company. Wyoming — January 26, Winston Coles, American, brakeman, outside, was killed by being run over by car at Morrison mine, Morrison Coal Company. Company. Raleigh—January 26, Barney Hooper, Hooper, Negro, miner, was killed by fall of slate at Cepece mine, C. P. Callaway Callaway Coal Company. Raleigh—January 28, AVilltc Galloway, Galloway, Negro, miner, was injured by fall of slate at Cepece mine, C. P. Callaway Coal Company, and died January 28. • Ualelgh—January 27, J. F. Ward, American, miner, was killed by fall of slate at Price Hill mine, Price Hill Colliery Company. Raleigh—January 30, Frank Mullaney, Mullaney, American, miner, was killed by fall of slate at Ragland .mine, of Raglaud Coal Company. LION AND HAJIOOX CHUMS. Dublin.—This, will Introduce Jaco and Leo. the Damon and Pythias of tile Dublin Zoological Garden. Jaco is a six-year-old baboon. Leo is an eight months old lion. The two are inseparable companions and the keepers keepers allow them to stay in the same cage because of their marked friendship. friendship. They got acquainted on the ship that brought them from South Africa. Juvenile visitors to the Zoo enjoy .the rides that Jaco takes on Leo's back as the lion walks or runs about the cage. /;/ * DOGGED DOG. London.—Roy, the collection dog superannuated from Euston station, has refused to be retired and lias returned returned seven times to the scene of his former labor. .He will be allowed to stay. " ' . j I ! j • I ! I | I j

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  1. Bluefield Daily Telegraph,
  2. 25 Feb 1925, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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