Newark, NJ Fell Off Water Wagon, Aug 1909

Again Falls Off His Water Wagon.

George Rexe, driver of a water wagon in Newark, N. J., fell off it for the second time in two weeks yesterday afternoon and sustained two scalp wounds. Rexe told the hospital surgeons that treated him that he was subject to attacks of dizziness and had fallen off the water wagon several times. He was advised to quit the job.

The New York Times, New York, NY 1 Aug 1909

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