WE KNOW of a police official of Goderich, Ont., who is in a somewhat bewildered state of mind these days. After many faithful years of service on behalf of the municipality of Goderich, PoliceSergeant A. C. Ross had come to have a pretty fair opinion of his own constabulary capacities. He had captured criminals, thwarted evildoers, preserved the peace with notable success all this time, and he had got around to feeling that he was equal to any crisis that could possibly confront a police-sergeant in so normally law-abiding a community as Goderich.
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