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' PUZZLES' THE- POLICE
Si - ,' '
Scent Elopement of White Slav-Vry-Her
iFiance" Leads Off
' cersvin Search
Is MissHazer "A. Whitejof
Janesville, Wis. whp'disppeared.
from ' the Y. W. X. A.home.pp
Michigan5' avenue the Victim of
white slayers'?" or"; i
' Has"sJietjilted"herfin'ance); Rob
ert J. Taylora stju'dent' atrMe
Kansas" Agricultural -college, 'ana
eloped with another man?s,., '
Police' are' working'on .both
theories in afearchWor the'miss1
ing girl, who left thVMicbJgan
avenue p(ace several daysagp,
saying 'she intended to move to
1447 E.'56th street. ' "." ,
ond man' m the 'casje. Hipa-ft'is
mysterious, - hut he appeared -in
conn gctipn with a letter containing-
$6S Taylor sent to Mj'ss
The money was received attle
Y. W. C A., and a notS seat tp
the address Miss White had -given
telling hereof 'it - That, afternoon
a well-dressed jyoupg man called
fqr the letter. Theiauthorities
refused to give itto him;'and he
left. " - - -' .
An hour later Miss White-appeared-
an d-demanded the-letfer.
That is the lasttimeshe was'seen.
Inquiries at the 56th-Stree't house
showed she had not ' been, ther.e
for several-days. J
Taylor said Mis,s White bad
left her hoine-to join hinvin Kansas-
Gity. She wrote' that she
yould stay some time fn Chicago
on-her, way. -He became suspic
iousrwhlfn:h5s''levfterVto her were
returned by the . Chicago 'post
office. ' 4
k Tie. isjleading the-police in'tHe
search, but is unable to furnish
the., 'slightest clew" as ,to her
vhfereahoutsV ' ' ' --
' -to1' v l
Phce';Capture Two Alter
-- .Thrilling Chase' Over.Roofs
c"Two men; alleged -e5w:pnyicfsr
tyere-arrested iparaidQn1a fence
at:.212 -E.-.SouthWater street
tdday. a? ter-xa desparateJ Revolver
D'attiecbn-'the roof of the'b'uildjng.
They ave their names as' George
SinitftdarrylLewis: , .
The place vyas attached by
th,fele(pvplicemen mith and Lyyis
(barricaded" themselves- in the
building-, and opened fire on the
officers'. Doprs w,ere broken -in,"
and 'the men fled tp'.the roof.;ptfr
sued'hypoljce. 'Smifh, tripped'
Lew.ls attempted, to escape
down .'a fire escape', -but "surren
dered ,to aoohxeman'statipned,, at
the bottom of it Tlie "men. are
thought" to be members of the
gang wlurhave committed sever
al robberies in .the neighborhood
recently." ' .
" - 1lo ) '
Newv'York, Nov. 9. The deci
sionlof the U. S. 'circuit court per
mitting the. American Tobacco
Co,"to-redrgahjze under the lines
laid Jdowh by its attorney was,
mos't satisfactory to big business
interests, as shown by ljg rallies
in Wja.11 street in stocks' of those
trusts which are under govern
ment "attack. " .i