Hughes, John E.
JOHN HUGHES IS KILLED BY FALL
John E. Hughes, who made his home with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr.a nd Mrs. Harry M. Butler,
Hr. Hughes was an iron worker and had been employed at
News of the accident was at once telephoned to Postmaster W. E. Baird, who in turn conveyed it to Mr. and Mrs. Butler. Mr. Butler, who is employed as a kiln fireman in one of the local potteries, was informed of his brother-in-law's death at once, but as he was unable to get away from his work just at the time, he made arrangements to have the body brought down on the evening train.
Mr. Hughes was 32 years of age and is survived by five sisters, Mrs. Nettie Arnold; of