Animals: Receiver

In Coney Island, N. Y., pending settlement of a suit Mrs. Little Docen last week was appointed receiver of her husband's property listed as follows: four two-legged dogs, two six-legged sheep, one five-legged sheep, one three-legged chicken, one animal half sheep, half goat, one two-legged cat, two six-footed cats, one chicken "with a human face."


Before the War, William A. Wilson was a chemist. After the War he was an invalid, unfit for strenuous work. In Springfield, Mo. he tried raising pigeons and guinea pigs, failed to make a living. Then he...

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