Medicine: Publicity

Recently a doctor grafted a portion of a pig's eye on the eyeball of a blind boy, Alfred Lemonowicz, of Paterson, N. J. According to reports the operation was partly successful—the young boy is able to see slightly. At any rate, the attendant publicity has secured the young man a contract to appear in vaudeville with the pig.


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