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Hiu any city "the on HIS INJURIES FATAL. ratal Injuries Received by. Steve Piallo at the Niles Friday Noon. The colony of Slavs that live, on Washington near Second street, .appear .appear to he'followed by fate and ill- luck. Friday at, iioon-while' Sieve Fiallo. was passing!' a casting which stood .oh end in the foundry :of tho Niles Tool Works,' lie ^brushed against it and tho beavyr.piece of iron fell over, 'knocked;'hub' down? and pinned him to:the floor. The'jpoor fellow was found later and*rescucd ;from /the heavy weight·,whicli*h : ad: crushed his chest in oh the-left side a n d - h a d broken alPof the; ribsjat'his back,.he- sides bruising his back'severely, his side at the hospital to await dissolution whicli.'jnay": come at any : tiinc,during the nflciiiooii. .The dying mail is 38 years''of and has n wife aiujt'childrcn living Austria. . . - · ' Warwick's the the tha in St. The injured mail was removed to Mercy hospital where. Drs. Skinner and Flenner took him in charge and did all iiv their power to relieve Hie man who can'not'recover .''from the injuries and may pass away at any moment.'-' · - . , ' . : ' ; ' .Fiallo .Fiallo resided r al' No. : 249 Washington Washington street with-R.family'of Slavs mid belonged - to the' 'colony 'of Slavs to which Frank Darriis, who was killed near Olilinger's garden by a traction car on the night' of July 4, belonged. Darras boarded with'Rudolph Papcig at No. 245 Washington.' street a few doors from the Hallo home. There is no hope foi- Piallo and he may die at any moment. His host's wifo was summoned and hastened to VICTORY MONUMENT WILL BE UNVEILED. · The Victory monument will be unveiled in Victory Park', in-front; of Holel Victory, at Put-in-Bay, on August 5. 'The lake vessels of the States government Will participate. These are the steamer. Wolverine, revenue cutter Morrill, tho revenue cnttor -Tuscarora;'and,the naval Irain- ing ships, 'Kssex and -Hawk. The ceremonies will begin/jt'2 o'clock iii'the afternoon,' with ' t h e f a l l o program: Prayer;- inlrbJuctory, by Mayor J. C. Oldt; Pnt-in-Bay; short address, master o£ ceremonies, Luc-inn Seymour, late staff secretary of the Royal Arcanum;'orator, of -the day, Vice-Prcsideiit of 'the United States, Charles W. Fairba'nks;.remarks, Governor Harris, of Ohio; remarks, ing'Bachclder, author of "Dri and I;" short "address,-: Oliver H. grandson of Commodore Perry; unveiling unveiling of the statute, by Misses Martha McCreary and Gertrude McDonnell, McDonnell, assisted by.L'ucian Seymour, C.; salute from gnu ashore uiid each war vessel; '.song, "America," by audience, accompanied by the Hotel Victory band; presentation

Clipped from Butler County Democrat01 Aug 1907, ThuPage 12

Butler County Democrat (Hamilton, Ohio)01 Aug 1907, ThuPage 12
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