Letter Carrier Dies on Street.

While delivering the mail at a house on North Forty-second street, yesterday, William Slavin, a letter carrier, of 3708 Sansom Street, was seized with an attack of heart failure, and, falling to the pavement, died before medical aid could be given. Several passersby saw the carrier fall, and, going to his assistance, summoned Dr. H. Stitz, of 1104 North Forty-second street, who pronounced the man's death due to heart failure.

Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) Inquirer, April 6, 1911.