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 - AVIdow Sacs For $50,000. For the death of...
AVIdow Sacs For $50,000. For the death of Charles R. Scoggins. who was fatally hurt on March 29 last, when driving in a wagon at Pastern avenue avenue road and Forty-first Forty-first Forty-first street, Baltimore county, suit for $50,000 damages was brought . yesterday in the City Court against the United -Railways -Railways and Electric Company and Dr. Lawrence Hickman. The widow and five children of Mr. Scoggins brought the suit, through James J. Lind say, attorney. Mr. Scoggins' wagon, it is alleged, was struck both by Dr. Hickman's automobile and by an electric car. He was thrown out and sustained injuries which caused his death three days later.

Clipped from The Baltimore Sun05 May 1914, TuePage 3

The Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, Maryland)05 May 1914, TuePage 3
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