Miscellany: Oct. 12, 1925

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Around a trunk in the Union Station, Toledo, crowded porters, reporters and detectives. With left hands they held their noses. With right hands they struggled awkwardly to open a "mystery trunk, which stank in a manner to indicate that it might contain matter for the strong stomachs of yellow journalism. Then, with a final "Right." Detective De Lora whanged the trunk open with a crowbar. Out rolled several dozen heads of cabbage. The trunk, emptied, was held for its owner.

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