Evidently Badly Frightened., Daily Racing Form, 1907-04-10


view raw text

EVIDENTLY BADLY FRIGHTENED. Hand! kmakers in Chteago ami New Tork have been known to take to the roof in escaping ranting; policemen, but it has never been recorded that, one lias been dragged nut of a chimney hy llis heels as wa- recently the .a-e ill London. "Three detectives found John Cain siamling at llis hack door taking In-Is from young men." says the London Sporting Life. "When he saw the officers Cain ran in and fastened the door, having previously let a hull terrier loose in the yard. The dog having; heen pacified, ihc otticcr- entered Hie house, but failed to Iin. I Cain, though eventually he w is found up the chimney of an upper room. It Waa only because soot wis noticed in the arenas re that suspicion o| do hiding place ix-currcd. Cain was pull, d down and taken into tUStody. lie lookeil a sorry spectacle."

Persistent Link: https://drf.uky.edu/catalog/1900s/drf1907041001/drf1907041001_1_13
Local Identifier: drf1907041001_1_13
Library of Congress Record: https://lccn.loc.gov/unk82075800