Animals: Dog Hunt

In Pawtucket, R. I. one day last month a prize-winning Boston terrier named Sox, worth about $200, vanished from an automobile owned by Walter E. O'Hara, operator of prosperous Narragansett Racing Park. Because his wife Cle dearly loved the dog, Operator O'Hara boomed over his park loudspeakers that afternoon an offer of $250 for Sox's return, sent 100 ushers, watchmen, clerks, grooms out to scour the neighborhood. When they returned emptyhanded, Operator O'Hara upped his reward to $1,000 alive. He bought space in Providence, Boston and other New England newspapers to...

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