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grown over, to reappear in after
years when the hair falls out.
Miss Osborn says a completely
bald head is rare, but that various
patterns of baldness are frequent in
man. The most common type is
complete baldness on top of th head.
A strong second is the "high fore
Now, if bald-headed men persist
!n marrying bald-headed women,
what will the harvest be, say in the
year 2500 A. D.?
SHE'S SHOVEL MINER!
Biwabik, Minn. Hildur Houvelik,
a young Finnish woman, has just
sold for $15,000 a mine she operated
ai the Mesaba iron range. She has
taken out thousands ot dollars worth
of iron with no other tool than a
HOW TO AVOID AND TRI
Prolonged exposure to hot sua.
pecially in a high degree of hui
or in cases of severe physical ex
tion, may cause sunstroke.
Drinking of alcoholic liquors be
fore exertion in the sun is apt to re
sult in sunstroke. Strong drink is
probably the most common predis
posing factor in sunstroke.
Prevention consists in avoiding exj
posure to hot sun at midday. Wear
light clothing and light headgear,
with space above for ventilatlc
Symptoms of sunstroke pre
the attack are pain and fu
the head, with a feeling of
sion. Following this comet
plete insensibility. The face I
pupils dilated, the skin hot, wltfi
perspiration. The breathing
bored and sighing; the pulse slow
Treatment consists in reducing the
temperature. Send for a doctor and
pending his arrival remove the pa
tient to a shady, cool place. Loosen
and remove superfluous clothing. Ap
ply cold water or ice to the head,
neck, chest and arm pits.
When consciousness returns the
patient may be allowed to drink cool
water freely. Do not attempt to
give -stimulants. I he doctor will at
tend to that if necessary when he ar
One may often prevent sunstroke
upon feeling the first symptoms by
stopping all exertion, finding a shady,
cool place, lying down and bathing
face, hands and chest in cold water
and drinking freely of cool (not ice)
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
August 1, 1780--Fort Jefferson
was attacked by 'Chickasaw and
Choctaw Indians during Colonel
George Rogers Clark's absence.
Every woman is judge and jury
unto ner own nusoana.