Henry Eisel Bäcker Diebstahl 4.11.1903, S. 16

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Henry Eisel Bäcker Diebstahl
4.11.1903, S. 16 - Ninth- SAjFE BDRCL1R 13-Year-0!d 13-Year-0!d...
Ninth- SAjFE BDRCL1R 13-Year-0!d 13-Year-0!d 13-Year-0!d 13-Year-0!d 13-Year-0!d Employe Believed to , Have WorKsd Combination. Jersey City Bauer's $317 In Cash and New and Midel Salesgirl Van ished at Break of Day. The Jersey CltyLpolice are looking for it thirteen-year-old thirteen-year-old thirteen-year-old thirteen-year-old thirteen-year-old Igtrl who is accused of robbing the safe tf Henry Elsel. a baker, at Webster Avemie and South Street. Tha girl was engaged! by Elsel at an employ ment agency in ploboken two days ago. and she went to f ork, for him on Monday. Yesterday mornlrfc the safe in the bakery was found with tin door open, the contents, $517 In cash, missing, and the girl had dis appeared. When Eisel enraged the girl ' she said her name was Si ller, . and that she lived with an. aunt atj $13 Washington Street. Hoboken. The police ay nothing Is known about her at thai address. The girl was rood looking, . neat In ap pearance, and Mr. Elsel tays she was an excellent salesgirl. . She worked In the store all day yesterday, and Elsel was con gratulating himstlf upon having secured her services, as Ihe quickly made friends with his customtts. About 4 o'clock yes terday morning iome dt the people In the bouse heard a rfcise in the bakeTy as ,if some one was mivlrg around there. Elsel was among thosoJwho heard the noise, and he thought It was made by the Miller glrL He thought she knust be very Industrious to get up so early and start to work, and he again congratulated himself upon hav ing got such a treasure. He took a dlff rent view an hour or so later when he ent into- into- the bakery and found the safe oor open and the money gone. ; He suspe ted the girt at once and hurried to her r ;om above the store, but found it empty. The police were at once notified and se irch - fa now being made throughout the c ty for the girl. It 'is believed b the police that, young as she is. she must know a good deal about safes, and how tfi open them. . The safe had been opened by I the combination and Mr. Elsel la sure he Jiever mentioned the num bers of the com linn t Ion In the girl's pres ence. The policy have a theory Jhat she learned the combination by tuiming the dial on the door hnd listening to tne clicks. It Is said that experts can discover a com bination in this way, and the police are inclined to thins that the girl used this met nod to open toe sare. The safe stoodlat the rear of the bakery. and a person coild work at the door with out being seen from the street. CALL GIRL

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 04 Nov 1903, Wed,
  3. Page 16

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