Abt death of Lucullus B. Lincecum, great-grandson of Gideon Lincecum II.
BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS FAIL TO OFFSET VOLTS Harlingen. Texas, Jan. 10—Two blood transfusions failed to save the life of L. B. Lincecum, 25. of San Benito, Benito, who died here at 2:30 this afternoon afternoon from the results of an electrical electrical shock, from a 33,000-volt line. lan \vas employed by the Central Power and Light Com- y, and su ar Sebasti, ntact with a high line carrying iltage than used in death ch R. A. Ewmg of the power clepart- pnt of the Central Power and Light jmpany, with which Lincecl ipioyed, gave a pint of blood in a . brother of the deceased.who came here from West Columbia, gave blood in an effort to save his life.