Miscellany: Bitten Squaw

In Sisseton, S. Dak., one Amos White, a Sioux Indian, bit off the end of his squaw's nose to make her less attractive to other Indians. She will probably have re-covered when he returns to her, after the two years and eight months which he must spend in the penitentiary.


In Manhattan, last week, four robbers walked into a Park Avenue jewelry shop in broad daylight, bound, gagged the shopkeeper, stole $200,000 worth of gems, walked out. None but the jeweler noticed a soiled white envelope lying in an open drawer. In...

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