Mary Ellen and Mary killed

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and a ceremony expressing of their who g and commercial the share of this It for money the was Democratic in bill the 5 KILLED III AUTO ftT Train Crashes Machine--4 Women and Babe Victims. Jacksonville, July 17--A mother and her baby, an aged woman and two girls--a. death toll of five--were claimed one mile west of this city early yesterday morning when a westbound Wabash passenger train struck an automobile In which six persons, were riding Three of the victim* are residents of Springfield A lone 6iirvt\or of the party Is In critical condition In Our Savlor'e hospital here THE DEAD: Mrs Anna Allen Bernard 28 years old. wife of Assistant States Attorney Adolph Bernard of Springfield Allen Bernard. 3 years old son of the decedent and Assistant States Attorney Berrard of Springfield Miss Margaret E Allen, 34 years sister of Mrs Bernard and daughter Mr and Mrs Patrick Allen of Springfield Mrs Mary McSherrv of Jacksonville. 68 years old, aunt of Mrs Bernard Mies Allen and 6'ster of Patrick Allen Miss Ellen Groves. 18 year* old. granddaughter of Mrs McSherry, and daughter of Mr and Mrs 'William Groves of Jacksonville THE INJURED William Groves, driver of th« car prominent Morgan county farmer, residing three miles northwest of Jack- sonvl'le, left shoulder dislocated and cut and bruised about body; may Injured Internallv Probably will recover. The party was on the way to mass at a local Catholic church here when the accident happened HIGH WEEDS BLOCKED VIEW The scere of the accident, known Spauldlng crossing Is on a level of track, obscured by high weeds automobile was hurled a distance of twenty feet a mass of twisted wood Little Allen Bernard went to his death, while clasped In the arms aunt, Miss Margaret Allen. Mrs Bernard and Miss Margaret Allen were daughters of Patrick Allen, former Wabasn engineer, who formerly had a run into Decatur Mr Allen Is well known by local Wabasn em- ploves

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  1. The Daily Review,
  2. 17 Jul 1916, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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