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 - CASHIER'S $100,000 THEFTS CLOSE BANK High...
CASHIER'S $100,000 THEFTS CLOSE BANK High Bridge National Suspends Business After Officer Con-- Con-- Con-- fesses Big Shortage. LOST CASH IN STOCK MARKET A. L. Beavers Allowed to Leave Town After Turning Over Property to Bank Depositors Protected. Special to The New York Timet. HIGH BRIDGE, N. J., Jan: 23.-The 23.-The 23.-The High Bridge National Bank did not open Its doors for business this morning, and It became known throughout the town, in a very short time, that Abram I Beavers, Beavers, cashier of the bank, had confessed to bank-officers bank-officers bank-officers last night that he was approximately 1 100,000 short In hla accounts. accounts. Beavers has not been arrested.

Clipped from The New York Times24 Jan 1913, FriPage 8

The New York Times (New York, New York)24 Jan 1913, FriPage 8
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