Clipped From The Indianapolis News
' ' i ii ; THINKS B OYER LIVING. Father Gives Up 8earch Irrthe W bash River. . . ' Special to The Indianapolis Newa LOQAN8PORT, Ind.. March 27. Tha police police have given up their attempt to find tha , body jot Arthur I Boyer. of Chicago, Chicago, to tha Wabash river. In this city. Tha father, who waa here assisting in the search, baa gone back to Chicago, convlnoed, that hls-son hls-son hls-son Is living. Boyer, who was divorced from Ms wife in Chicago Chicago about a year ages Wednesday morn-Ins; morn-Ins; morn-Ins; rushed from the home of Miss Agnes O'Connor. No. 214 Berkley street, this city, to whom he was engaged to be married in May, and plunged Into the Wabash river. , I , . While the river was being dragged yesterday, yesterday, the father waa Informed by the night operator at the Wabash station, that a batless man - had boarded the 4 o'clock east-bound east-bound east-bound train Wednesday morning, having bought a ticket to Peru. The father went to Peru and as Boyer is a wholesale harness dealer in Chicago, he went to a harnesa store. The proprietor said a man who represented himself as at harness agent for a Chicago house, waa in the store Wednesday, and continuing, continuing, he exclaimed: ..." ,ay i0 7 know, you look enough like him to be his fathery From the description of the man, the father is convinced the agent . waa his son. Miss "O'Connor is convinced that he is dead. She spends much time along the river, hoping toflnd hla body.