Otto's death Aug. 17, 1915
CiTTO HEATH IS ' DIIAD. Underwent Surgical - Operation Tuieka Few. Uys Ago, Otto Heath, . aged ? i years, died in the Santa Fe hospital at Topeka, this morning, a. few days following a surgical operation in his side. His body will arrive in the city on Santa Santa Fe passenger train No. 17 inv the morning, accompanied by Lester lleath, a. brother of the ' deceased-Otto deceased-Otto deceased-Otto enter.ed the hospital about two weeks ago and t was operated upon a shor.tiAime later. He was getting along: nicely for a few days ant then suffered a relapse . The message message said his death occurred this morning, but did not give' the. exact lime, .It. was also, stated that his remains .would arrive on 17 . tomor row morning,. .He. has been in ill health for the past five or six months and. was once before in the hospital for treatment. But he "recovered his health sufficiently to " resume hi3 work as O. S. D. clerk in General Superintendent Raymond's office at Newtoh; lie has been with the Santa :Fe' for several years the last' two years at New.ton. He jwas formerly cla.'m clerk in ths freight oHice in this city. v Otto Heath was a young man of splendid habits and of exemplary conduct. He had a farge number of friends in this city, where he had grown to manhood. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Heath who with the following brothers and sisters are left to mourn his death: Lester and Ray Heath, em ployes of the Santa Fe at Newton, Mrs. Howard Cronk arid Mrs. Ferol Patterson, both of this city.-" city.-" city.-" He was a member of the local A. O. j. W. lodge. ; The funeral ' ar rangements will be madfe after the body arrives. ; Burial-'will Burial-'will Burial-'will -probably -probably take plc.ee In7 Rivervle'w cemetery . lie was 'unmarried. The family is nearly prostrated over Ms Untlmely and sudden death; :They have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire .com munity.