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 - ALARMS FOR MISSING PERSONS. Two Woman and a Man...
ALARMS FOR MISSING PERSONS. Two Woman and a Man Racantly Dis appeared from Their Homes. The police sent out a general alarm last night for 'Mrs. Annie Schnakenberg, who dlsappesred Friuay morning from her home at 301 West One Hundred and Nineteenth Street. She la thirty-seven years old. and lived with her uuaband and seven children. Her husband. Charles, Is a florist In Eighth Avenue, near his home. Mrs. Schnaken berg had been 111 Tor some Urea. She told her husband on Friday last that aha wanted some money, and he sent her $i from the store. This money she placed on a table. Then she dressed and left the house. The money was found on the table by Mr. Schnakenberg when he returned at noon. Dr. A. 1- Northroo of t7 West Fortr. ninth Street vailed at Police Headquarters last night and caused a general alarm to be Issued for his sister. Mrs. Nellie Nells, who disappeared from her home last Men-day. Her home la In Richfield. Conn. She was deacnoea aa thirty-two years old. wearing. gold eyeglasses and a black fur cape wun a red silk Unlng. An alarm waa sent out from Police Headquarters for Adolph- Schaesle, who disappeared from his home April 2. He lived at etai East Sixty-fourth Street. He was described as sixty years old, ft feet A inches in height, slim, having dark hair, bluo eyea, wore gray mixd trousera, dark overcoat and hsU lis bad a boll on tha left slat of bis htsl

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 09 Apr 1900, Mon,
  3. Page 7

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