In Atlantic City, N. J., Joseph Snyder, two, found himself forgotten. To attract someone's attention he tossed pebbles, large ones little ones at the shiny car of Charles Nash. Soon, in this way, he attracted the attention of Charles Nash who caused him to be arrested and taken to court, charged with malicious mischief. Here, a positive cynosure, Joseph Snyder burbled and gurgitated when the Magistrate Delger demanded that the prisoner be produced. "Where is he?" said the court, "I do not see the defendant."...

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