Clipped From Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
superin-lthe girls to alight, the driver quick-.d Bur- " to ac-Nolt V. gen-vessels chair-affected W su-warned H. to he re- suf-ferinsr Cum-mintrs con- no ol - ,sim- chair- Kn- Fluladel- : - MENASDUCTING GIRLS USE AUTO OF COKE MAKER Victims, Carrietl from Vniontoun to Mountain,, Fight Attackers. GLIMPSE CAR XUJIftER iSrr.-ur. Ta,u to Tui Oumi Turn. VXIOXTOWN, PA., Jan. 13.- The name of a prominent coal and coke operator may thru re in the sensational mistreatment-of two 11-year-old I'niontown High School girls, who, after being hired into an automobiles last night, were taken into the mountains along the National -pike and subjected to indignities. The ide ntity o" the owner of the autom-oUile, the license number of which one of the girls rememlwred,' was ascertained by the police today. They would not reveal the owner's identity, however, explaining that perhaps the car had been stolen. They said, though, the man is well known in the coal and coke industries. Reaches Home at Midnight. Ijillian Katz, daughter of Max Katz, merchant, was one of the victims. Her clothing nearly torn from her body, suffering from the shock of her experiences and half frozen, the girl reached her home after midnight and told the story of the attack. The other girl is said to have heen Katherine Burns of Millsboro. Pa., who is visiting at the Katz home. The girls' assailants were described as being aged about 21v well dressed and. wearing caps. The girls, leaving a theater about 11 o'clock, were induced to enter their abductors' automobile to point th wav to all Kaat Side store, but ; w 1 ' . I arriving there, instead of allowing . i 1, r.w .mini.'. Screams Arouse No Suspicion. The speed . :' the car quickly carried it to an isolated section. Persons ' who heard the girls screanvng ' thought it only a noisy automobile party. A few miles from Hopwood the roa- : eililJ naa oi'iijvj aim - p, ' ' v. dered to get out. nen tne- raiieu to do so they were attacked. They f , t m teeIh an,j f,nger. nails, s ', . ., . to ward oft their assailants. Both were almost devo'd of cloth- jn when the battle ended and the men l"11 tnem in the car an,i started back to town. On the outskirts of tile ci and tl ty the car was again stopped the girls ordered out and told to walk home. The motorists then HM- , appeared, in the darkness.