East Liverpool Tribune
Harry McAllister, aged 28 years, a lather working in one of he new houses being built on Thompson avenue, died between 1 and 2 o’clock Thursday afternoon, from Hemorrhage caused, it is believed, by a fall which the man received while in a fit.
McAllister was found by the other workmen lying on the floor in the building where he was working, the blood gushing from his mouth. He died soon afterwards.
McAllister ate a hearty dinner and did not complain of being ill. He fell from a scaffold in the morning after taking a fit. He has been subject to fits for years.
The body was taken to Burns & McQuilken’s undertaking establishment and prepared for burial. The young man lived with his mother, Mrs. Lizzie McAllister. He was employed by Contractor William Graham.