Indianapolis Star 1 13 1921 pg 8
.the yesterday Allen; Nick- J. DEMAND-$10,000 DAMAGES FOR DEATH OF DENTIST Because his son, Ciatus L. Cope, a practicing dentist at Seymour, Ind., is alleged to have been electrocuted by current of an Xrray machine while working on a patient in his chair, Thomas. A. Cope, administrator of nis- son's estate, yesterday'filed suit in Su- per-for court. Room 5, for $:0,000 juds- th ?,.Â«*! ment-against the Edwards X-Ray poration, 111 North New Jersey street- T,*1J,,** v TV ;_j.i. a vrf -Â»*- . *Â· WQCTQT* TWOO prob- Juliett I. Herriott and W. Morton ribtt, partners in ; the firm of'Mrs,- vv. M. Herriott .Son, 237 North Penn- sytoania street. . Â· Â· The plaintiff alleges that his son contracted with the defendants for, the installation of an X-ray device, which was set up in his office in Seymour June 24, ,1920. Proper insulation of the electrical machihe and adequate instructions instructions for operation of the device, it js .alleged, were not attended to the defendants. On July 16, 1920, making X-ray photographs of a patient's teeth, Dr. Cope is alleged to have received received a charge of electricity, which resulted in his death.