SANTO DOMINGO: Courier Cabot

Round-faced John Moore Cabot, 28, Harvard-Oxford graduate, Boston socialite secretary to the U. S. legation at Santo Domingo, crammed a dingy felt hat on his head, shook hands with his chief, U. S. Minister Charles B. Curtis, stepped into his runabout coupe, and raced snorting out of town.

Rebels were rising in the back country. That morning a wireless message had come through that revolutionists had captured the city of Santiago de los Caballeros, were advancing on the capital. Minister Curtis ordered Courier Cabot to Santiago de los Caballeros to find out what...

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