Public Press 24 Jan 1911 p 5 c 2
An unknown man who was stricken by apoplexy about three weeks ago at the power plant of
the United Gas and Electric Company on Water Street, died last Thursday night at St.
Edwards Hospital. The body was removed to Lottich Brothers undertakking establishment
and if not identified will be buried by the county. The man had sought shelter from
the weather at the weather at the power plant when he was stricken. His name was not
found by the employees and after his removal to the hospital he did not recover
consciousness, but in his rambling talk he mentioned the name of James Price and also
spoke of Pittsburgh. He was poorly clad and had the appearance of a tramp. He was
about forty years and, weighed about 140 pounds and had dark hair and blue eyes.
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