Missing Girl from Houston Texas Was Held by Dentist in Lawrenceville Illinois - 1910
KIDNAPED CHILD DOROTHY BARROW, AGED 14, DIS APPEARED FROM HOUSTON, TEX., AUGUST 17, 1909. WOMAN SPENT A FORTUNE Child Found In Vincennes, Ind., Start- ad Home With Parent—Polio . Say Girl's Story Is tho '. - "Blga«st Yarn." . JByansvilie, lad., Sept. 23.— A mother's mother's search of a year for her young daughter in many of the principal cities of the country was rewarded •with success when Mr». Bloisa Barrow Barrow of Houston, Tex., found the missing missing girl in Vincennes, Ind. August 17, 180S, Dorothy Barrow, -aged 14, disappeared from Houston. About the same tim'e a dentist left Houston. Mrs. Barrow presented her evidence to the grand jury and the dentist was indicted on the charge of kidnaping. Efforts on tie part of the ofScials to find the couple failed and then the mother tool? up the search. False clews took her to many cities, and when she discovered her child, her little fortune is exhausted. Was Under Dentist's Influence. The girl told the story of her wanderings. wanderings. She declared the dentist injected injected something into her gums whioh caused h«r to fall asleep. She says when she came to she was completely, under his influence. The girl says she was taken to Lawrenceville, 111., several months ago by the dentist, •where he practiced his profession. She told the authorities that the dentist dentist often gave her money, but told ; her if she ran awa.y he would cut her throat. According to her story, she •was sent to Vluceunes by the doctor • and told to stay there until she^heard Irom him. The dentist, according to the girl, is in Windsor, Canada. Chief of Police L. Covey said that in his opinion the Barrow girl was spinning one of the biggest yarns of tlie year and that she was never kid- naped. ; Dentist indicted in Texas. Houston, Tex., Sept. 23.—Dorothy -Barrow, the H i-year-old Houston girl restored to her mother, disappeared from Houston a year ago. A dentist -was accused by the girl's mother of tieing connected with her disappearance, disappearance, and he was indicted by a grand jury of this county on a charge of iidnaping. Tho mother, Mrs. Elolse Barrow, .-with her two small boys, has spent .more than a year searching for her daughter, who has been missing since the latter part of August, 1B09, and has touched in her search moat of the important cities in the United •States. She has spent considerable money in an effort to find her child, and in many of the cities she received police aid.