Charles Eabcock died at his home in this city Tuesday morning. The
cause of his death is ascribed to a broken leg he received many years ago, while in the employ of the Lake Shore Ry. He was a brakeman and leaped off his train to throw a switch. The night was dark and he misjudged the place and fell from a bridge over a street at Amherst. One leg was so badly broken that it had to he amputated. He was confined to the hospital for several months. The wound' never healed, and hfc al¬ ways had trouble with the leg. In¬ fection set in and permeated his en¬ tire body, causing death.
He is survived by his wife, mother and three brothers. The funeral was held from his residence Thursday afternoon with services by Rev. Lam- bertus. The body was laid to rest in Lakeview cemetery. ff-( g 'ffX^
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