1909-James A. Tadlock-injured
Child Plaintiff Wins Suit. James A. Tadlock. "seven years old an' goin' on eight," and a wee slip of a boy, sat on a part of a big armchair before the jury in Judge Field's court yesterday morning and told how he was hurt He was the plaintiff in a suit for damages. of ?15,000 against the Price & Lucas Cider and Vinegar Company. The action was in the name of his mother, Mrs. Fronia A. Tadlock. The bov is a son of Patrolman Patrolman Walter E. Tadlock and lives at 2406 Montgomery avenue. Replying to the question of his attorney, Charles Ogden, of Edwards, Ogden & Peak, the boy related how he passed the plant of the defendant company at Fifteenth Fifteenth street and Portland avenue, on April it) last, on his way to "the sick lady's," a friend of the family. "Whole lots of barrels" were piled on the top of the sidewalk and a man was "coopering" at some of them. As the boy passed one fell from the top of a stack and struck him on the left arm, breaking the bone between the elbow and the wrist. He was out of school for a month and the arm is still weak. The jury brought in a veruict tor $'i)U.