K.W. (or G.W.) Toenges, The Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis, IN, Th. Sept. 21, 1911 p.2

K.W. (or G.W.) Toenges, The Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis, IN, Th. Sept. 21, 1911 p.2 - must be* Tucker borough and the the "and -few...
must be* Tucker borough and the the "and -few eight men released distillers' to This price POLICE, SEEKING BANKER, HELD AT BAY BY WOMAN Wife of Accused Threatens to Shoot First Who Attempts to Enter-Husband Enter-Husband Gives Ujx MEMPHIS, Tenn., Stpt. 20,--Theaten- ing to shoot the first man who attempted to enter her residence, Mrs, Toenge?, wife of G. W, Toenges, former cashier the Night and Uay Bank, held at bay for three~hpurs this forenooit officers who had come to arrest her husband, Toenges finally surrendered when police reinforcements arrived at the house, He is accused of having accepted money deposits when he knew the bank was Insolvent. After his arrest Toenges declared he had Just returned from Chicago, where lie had made, arrangements for funds to Day depositors, that the money had bron secured and "will be here when needed." He declined to talk of his arrest, Constables afterward went to the home of former Cashier A, C, Cooke, who is accused the same as Toenges, but could not find him, The All Night and Day Bank recently was placed In the hands of a receiver, when E. L. Hendry, its president, was sought by authorities from Oklahoma City, In connection with alleged violation violation of the Oklahoma bank Jaws. a

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  2. 21 Sep 1911, Thu,
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