MAN STRUCK BY AUTO, ONE SHOULDER BROKEN
Charles Josephson, a tailor of this city, was struck by an auto last night in front of the Northern Auto Company garage on Main street and badly injured. He was placed in an auto and hurried to St. Alexius hospital, where it was found that one shoulder was broken and that he was badly bruised. Josephson, who is well along in years, was rendered unconscious by the accident, but reports from the hospital early this morning are that he will recover.
Bismarck Tribune, 10/21/1914
MAN STRUCK BY AUTO DIES FROM INJURIES
Charles Josephson, the aged man who was struck by an auto late Tuesday night, in front of the Northern Auto Company garage on Main street, died at five o'clock yesterday morning as the result of the injuries he received in the accident.
An inquest was held yesterday afternoon, conducted by Dr. Smyth. After investigating the accident and finding that Josephson became confused in the glare of the headlights from two autos, coming from different directions, the coroner's jury relieved the driver of the car from all responsibility and rendered a verdict of accidental death. The car was owned by Perru C. Hogg, clerk at the Soo Hotel.
Bismarck Tribune, 10/22/1914