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FEAR RICH YOUNG MAN MAY BE
KILLED BY BLACKHANDERS
Fearful that Henry Clark Coe, Jr.,
Boston Standard Oil salesman and
son of a, wealthy New York physi
cian, may be killed byblackmailer
kidcapers, private detectives tfiday
arrived here from the east to- join
in the hunt for.Coe. A. A. Ainslee,
Coe's father-in-law, received a de
mand for $1,000 ransom in a letter
that threatened the young mdn with
death -unless it was paid, according
to these detectives. Coe mysteri
ously disappeared Jan. 30.
"MRS. BREITUNG PRESENTED
JULIET WITH BLACK EYE"
New York, Feb. 11. i Miss Juliet
Breitung's wedding present from her
mother was a beautiful hlack eye, ac
cording to Miss Ada Qaffner, former
maid for the Breitungs. Miss Gaff
ner testified today for -Max Kleist,
the young gardener, who eloped with
the dark-haired heiress, and who is
now suing her father, Edward N.
Breitung, the Michigan millionaire,
for $250,000 for alienating his bride's
"Mrs. Breitung was awfully mad
when Miss Juliet told her she had
married Max," said the maid. "On
Sunday, in the St Regis hotel here,
they had a fight."
"How did it result?" queried
"Mrs. Breitung had one torn shirt
waist; Mies Juliet had one torn shirt
waist, and. Miss Juliet had one ,black
eye' said the maid with. jpaclaton.
"Miss Juliet had me u)teofcMax
to her at Marquette, MIon.contin
ued the maid. - She told me she liked
his looks and sfie ran out on the
lawn one morning, when I was talk
ing to Max. After, that I used to
carry notes she wrote to Max.
"She said he was a nice boy that
she loved him that he was just the
kind of a boy she wanted to marry.
She said she never would marry a
man her mother would choose'
"Mrs. Urej&ng toKT Miss JuKet she
woaW never let her live witk a man,
that took care of cows," said the
maid. "She said sMe ought to have
made a better match.
"Mr. Breitung said she could take
her choice she could let him. send
Max down to the mines in New Mex
ico to work .for six months, to see
whether Max was any good, or she
could go to Max 'at once. If she did
that, Mr. Breitung said he would
have Max arrested for nonsupport."
Attorneys for Kleist planned to
rest their case this, afternoon, it was
possible, they-said, but not likely, that
they would call Kleist's young bride
herself to the stand this afternoon. '
"Cale Dornick insists that readin
a war article by a novelist is like try
in' ter quench thirst with a soda
cracker. It's a disappointment."
CHICAGO GRAIN. Corn, wheat
and oats down. Provisions higher.
Wheat closed at 1.59.
NEW YORK STOCKS, Market
strong and active. Steel made slight
Fair tonight, probably becoming M
lowest temperature tonight above the
freezing point; fresh southwest winds
shifting to northerly Friday. Tem
perature Wednesday: Highest, 43;
Entered as second-class matter April
21,1914,at the poateffice at Chicago,
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