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ALBANY TIMES UNION
State, local promises before casino vote a bust
State, local promises before casino vote a bust
Fate of old farm divides a family
Fate of old farm divides a family
Churchill:
Councilman-elect, a jolly young elf, thanks Troy himself
Guilty verdict in fatal gasoline attack on stepfather
Campground lifeguard qualifying sessions scheduled
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Looking Back
December 06, 2017

On this date in ... 1917: William P. Capes, secretary of the New York State Conference of Mayors and director of the State Bureau of Municipal Ownership, who worked out of Albany, testified in New York City that his wife had no grounds for divorce because her witnesses looked through peepholes and saw him in the apartment of Jeanne Carpenter. Capes explained that he was collaborating with Carpenter on a series of magazine articles about his organizations and it was more convenient to work there. Mrs. Capes' chief witness, her brother, testified that he had bored two holes in Carpenter's Lexington Avenue apartment door to observe her and his brother-in-law.

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