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William- Brooks, 56 years 'old;
1249 Washington blvd.; died at
the County hospital from heart
disease superinduced by heat.
Anton Mathanik, 25 years old;
prostrated while at work in lum
ber yard at 1631 W. 22nd st. ; died
at St. Anthony's hospital.
Hans Westness, painter, 2323
North Avers ave., fell from scaf
fold, fracturing skull, causing
death while on way to hospital
from Wells school, where he was
HOT WEATHER DONT'S.
By Health Commissioner Young.
Eat pork or any other "white
Eat much meat of any kind.
Drink alcoholic beverages.
Let the milk stand in the sun
several hoUrs before taking it in.
Keep the milk in the bottle it
comes in ; empty it into a pitcher
or stone jug and put it in the ice
Break up ice to make ice water.
Let the water cool in the icebox.
Ice is likely to be full of dirt
Run f or.that car.- Take the next
Think that because you may
have a bathing suit on you can sit
on the beacluin the sun for hours
Keep looking at the thermom
eter. Think about the heat any more
than you can help.
Overlook the advantages of fre
quent tepid baths.
OF NEWS .
' Washington. Rep. Burleigh,
Texas, took a few hard knocks at
Roosevelt today. Calied him man
without party, who is trying to
build one for himself by petty
criticism of others.
Easton, Pa. Edith K. Clotts
waited for fiance, Frank J. Qor
man, wealthy business man, to
appear at churchbut Prank got
cold feet. Now she wants $30,000
to heal her heart.
New York. Al Leech, well
known comedian, tiied today
Chester, Pa. Beatrice Part
ington told William H. Aitken,
professional aviator, she wouldn't
marry him unless he quit flying.
Machine for sale. Wedding bells.
Paris. M. Legagheux, aviator,
carrying passenger, made record.
Flew 272 miles in hour.
Springfield, 111 Gov. Deneen
will investigate alleged abuses of
Indianapolis. Dr. J. N. Hurty,
sec'y of state board of health, will
ask Indiana legislature for bill to
further curta3 sale of cocaine.
Greeley, Colo. Edward P.
House "Colorado Burbank," has
discovered dew brand of wheat,
adapted for dry farming.
Decorah, la. Mrs. William
Scanlon, Peoria, la., killed. Auto
McKeesport, Pa. Walter Ser
ena, of this city, died in hospital
of injuries received in Ligonier
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