Animals: Nosko's Buster

Once in a dog's age only is Adolph Ochs enabled to print in his New York Times a letter of such genuine interest as that which Josef Nosko wrote last week:

To the Editor of the New York Times:

I am superintendent of an apartment house on Seaman Avenue. Today a wagon of the A. S. P. C. A. stopped in front of this house. A man got out of the wagon and he said to me: "Have you a dog?"

I told him that I had a dog. He asked me if...

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