Lads Capture Big Eagle. Douglass Dunn and his brother, small boys of Mcrchantsvllle, N. J., went to tho Delaware for a stroll yes-torday, yes-torday, and whllo walking nlong tho bank saw a hugo bird struggling in tho current. Douglass stripped and swam for the bird. When he reachod It ho was amas-od to find It bigger than ho had supposed and full of fight Ho bravely attacked It, however, and managed to tug It ashore. As soon as they wero out of tho water tho bird renewed tho battlo with fresh vigor and gave the lad a flerco light, but as the bird had ono wing broken tho boy succecdod In mastering it before his brother camo up. They tied its legs and head nnd lugged their prize homo, where they learned that It was a gray eagle. It measured nearly flo feet fiom tip to tip. It had been shot and crippled by n gunner.