April 13, 1907

A Cleaner, Taken to Hospital, Gives
This as Explanation.

Constant working with gasoline probably had some bad effect upon S. P. Martin, 34 years old, a cleaner and dyer living at 711 East Eight street. He was waiting in a barber shop at 624 East Eighth street yesterday morning and upon arsing fell prone upon the floor. His face was badly bruised by the fall. At the emergency hospital, where Martin was taken, he was treated by Dr. Julius Frischer. He told the doctor that working over gasoline so much had caused him to fall unconcsious at times. He was taken home.