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BRAGG WEDS HEIRESS '"
AT REVOLVER POINT,
, The mystery of the disappear
ance of , Hazel A. White, the
Janesville heiress, has been clear
She is married to Attiol Bragg,
a-young Englishman who' .had
been attentive to her; butto whom
hen parents objected. -
And the marriage took placeat
the"' point of a revolver in the
t hands of Charles -White, father of
the girl. - .
.White told tfae.'story in Japes
ville today. '
. "When I heard of- the; disap
pearance of Hazel-from the'Y. W.
G..A. I knew at once 'that it was
Bragg," he said.' .
"So I went to Chicago, and
searched until I found-; Bragg.
When I found-hini I 'told him -I
vould send him to the state's pri
son unless he told me where- my
daughter was. I, also threatened
jo Rill, him. ' (
"He'was scaredand took me to
a roominghouse on the 'South
side. My daughter was there.
She refused to talk to me, but
when I asked her if she were mar
ried to Bragg, she admitted she
"I' told Bragg I would kill him
unless he married her. Then I
jwent with-them to the courthouse
jjot the license and witnessed the
"Ltold Hazel she could get "a
divorce, or starve, or do anything
else she pleased. I am done with
lieh" . .
The troubles of. Hazel White
force "her' to marcyr a Ja'hesville
millionaire," according, top-l&bert
Taylor,' the girl's'' 'first- cousin.
She would not wed-the million
aire,, ripr would -Ker parents per
batid. -'- -'i" ' ' -- '-
certrvr & ' Bjj
i - - r
' ' Andrew Carnegie,'. . -:
New'Yofk,' Nov. 11. It'John
D.'s, ante. ';,'"'
'The announcement of "Andrew,
Carnegie's hew gift of-25,000?- .
000 tb-the-Carnegie corporation,
all for sweet charity, brings the
irohmaster's'total benefactions up
to'thesnug little figure' of .'$220,
800,000.' v -
Rockefeller's total 'hand-outs
to charity, exclusive, of coursej of
the'occasiqnardimehe gives to a
worthy "caiidie,' amounts'vto only;
$174711,000. " : :
Thus, ias "can be" readily seen,
'the little i Scotch steel Lmerchant,
whom Uncle Sam is' chasing with
) Sripb cj