Miscellany: Treatment

In Montevideo, the child of a man named Ramon Perez fell ill of pneumonia. Señor Perez sought the aid of one Dr. Lois, who treated the baby for a month. It died. Ramon Perez sharpened his knife and went to the doctor's house. The medico was not there. He had gone to the drug store. Señor Perez strode into the crowded shop, walked up to the doctor, stabbed him to death.


In Manhattan, 3,000 persons paid $1 each for the privilege of inspecting the onetime residence of William Kissam Vanderbilt, soon to...

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