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WHITE SLAVERY PLOT FEARED
IN ORPHANS' CASE
Springfield, III., March 6.- Dr.
Charles Virden, state visitation agent,
sent to the Springfield detention
home three children who were com
mitted from the Lee county farm at
Dixon to- the Whitehall orphanage,
abandoned on an Illinois Central train
He said the children would remain,
here until a quarantine against diph
theria at the orphanage is lifted. t
Mrs. Olson, who could give no sat-i
isfactory explanation to the orphan
age or Virden for leaving the train at
Amboy, left for Chicago today after
being told she would be discharged,
as agent of the home. Dr. Virden, ,
at Amboy by Mrs. Olson, an agent of. said he did not believe that white,,,
the Whitehall home, and picked up
at the railway station at Clinton un
der circumstances which at first
pointed to a white slave plot to en
snare the oldest girl, aged 14.
slavery entered into the woman'Sjac-
Relatives to share in $400,000 es ,
tate left by Larsen Filstrup. '