Kidnapped, Pt.2

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Kidnapped, Pt.2 - cf Ab-ducted New an mystery at and yet all been...
cf Ab-ducted New an mystery at and yet all been to the JcCaf-ferty the has a hlmi the with ler." T clerks eeeiTxnl to b busy wl 'cine work, but they did not Know wbe Cove At a firehoutie aeroes the street the fire tnetiv reported that Cove ba-1 ba-1 ba-1 often ru he whs afraid iom inventor -oulJ -oulJ Kl wan im and steal Ills rtiitent. Pr. ilic man prioweJ up before the rttectlvcs let Hi mlj be vhs Love's rartntr. anl th the company financing: Cove's invention was incorporated under, the laws of Ari on, tie was Quite mysterious abo it aiL Alonir about 11 A. M. Detectives II ams and Hughe appeared at H'adauar tprs with the missing inventor. They had intercepted htm as h wu about to enter nis Home, and he wlulnply accomtanIe them to Headquarters. Cove wan dretej in a blark overcoat, a rood suit of clothes ana a biack derby, lie appeared to somewhat dazed, and it was some tlm before Inspector McC'atterty could get Lie iiuiury iron) mm. Tw Mrs sad m Re.aa. Cove started off by saying- saying- that he had never been in a sanitarium or treateJ for mental trouble. He said he went up to Dr. Bachman'a house after receiving- receiving- the telegram, and when be left there he took a Columbus Avenue car as far dawn as Fifty-ninth Fifty-ninth Fifty-ninth Street. As be turned Into xuiy-eignia xuiy-eignia xuiy-eignia street, ne said, tw men topped out of a hallway and Bushed him Into an automobile that was waiting- waiting- at th. curb. He said he d!d not remember anyming else uniu he found blmsell In room that looked out on the street. The detectives recalled after a time that there o several rooms lilting- lilting- that description L ,T -" -" , w) men were wun mm ne aaiu. ana tney wanted him to give u hie rights In his Invmclonwiim h fused they went out of the room. It wae then, he said, that he wrote the note and mr w ii out 01 me winnow. "IT you had th. window pen why V J. jreui asaea inspector Ale-Caff Ale-Caff Ale-Caff erty. " w afraid they would aurt me." re- re- C'ontlnulor his narrative, ha aaM mu.t have lapsed ayaln Into unconscious-news, unconscious-news, unconscious-news, for the next thin he remembered urVn put out or an automobile In a parK. He wandered around until daylight, he said, and found he wae In Bronx i'ara. no .nen went to a notel, Hired a room, ; wen i rieep. vvakinn up be tele pnoned his wife of bis whereabouts and then went home. Inspector McCafferty said he Vould look up the antecedents of all the persons concerned. concerned. H thinks he may thus evolve vuiv luicreoung genealogy. old

Clipped from The New York Times19 Oct 1909, TuePage 16

The New York Times (New York, New York)19 Oct 1909, TuePage 16
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