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RICHEST tCOUPLE BACK IM StiMMER-'HOME
Snapshot of -Mr.' arid John D
-Rockefeller- on 'Their Ar- -
rival in- Cleveland to
, Spend Hot Months
WHAT TO DO FOR POISON.
Illuminating gas or gas that
comes from a sfove or furnace is
very poisonohs. It is-dangerous
-to breathe even'two or threeTtimes
i in a room where the air is heavily
charged with such gas.
Symptoms of gas poisoning are
headache, dizziness;, ringing1 in
the ears, throbbing temple, spots
before the eyes,andfinally uncon
sciousness " ' l J .
Specific for gas poisoning is
ifresh ,air. Stimulants should be
administered," .a little wine or a
teaspoonful of 'aromatic spirits of;
ammonia in athirdJof a glass of
water. J ' '
When, rescuing an unconscious"
person from a ropm charged with'
gas hold 'your breath and hurry.
If you cannot carry the uncon
scious person, open wide all win-
AdWS and doors and go for helj).