Leo MeGardy, the six-year-old son of fireman Albert McCardy, of the electric light works. was instantly killed last evening, while playing with a little companion about the works. He was caught by the seven-foot fly wheel and whirled through the air by the wheel, wliich was making 250 revolutions a minute. Before the father could reach him, he had been thrown from the wheel and was picked up lifeless. Ilis skull was found to be crushed, and he had evidently struck an iron pillar while beingcarrid around on the wheel. He was attending the second ward school.