Miscellany, Sep. 28, 1931


The following advertisement appeared in a Manhattan daily:

Apartment de luxe (3 rooms), unique and beautiful style of decorations not to be seen in any other apartment house; real Cinderella dream and the kitchen done most artistically: fit for fairies to cook in. ... Phone Mr. Rose, EStabrook-8-0982.


In San Francisco, Leo V. Dowling slashed his wrists and throat, but failed to commit suicide. Recovering in a hospital he received a large horseshoe of flowers with a card on which was written: ''Better luck next time." Leo V. Dowling gasped, died.



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