In Cambridge, Mass., Everett I. Hume became enraged when his wife wore her galoshes to bed.
In Manhattan, one "Dr." David Wesson exhibited something made out of water, vegetable fats, and pulverized cotton seeds which he claimed to have invented and called a "sausage." Said he:
"The title of 'Doctor' is honorary. When I went to Savannah, Ga., in 1904, the natives couldn't call me Colonel because I wasn't an army man; they couldn't call me judge because I wasn't a lawyer so they compromised on Doctor. I'm a chem ist by profession...