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MONDAY-ST. MONDAY-ST. MONDAY-ST. BRIDE Oil TRACK OF Fred B. Fanger, the Absent Husband, Believed to Have Gone to New York. LEFT YOUNG WIFE PENNILESS Mysterious Disappearance Took Place Two "Weeks After a Hurried Marriage. By means of a letter of Inquiry from the Western Electric Co. of New York City to the Commercial Eelectrlcal Supply Co. of 1007-1009 1007-1009 1007-1009 Market street, St. Iuts, re-g--rdir'S re-g--rdir'S re-g--rdir'S re-g--rdir'S re-g--rdir'S re-g--rdir'S the work of Fred B. Fanger, who gave the St. Louis firm, as a reference. It is believed that the young man wtio disappeared disappeared suddenly Feb. 22, leaving a bride of less than two weeks at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Julian Laurent of Missouri avenue, avenue, has at last been found. At the office of the local electrical company company nothing Is known of Fred B. Fanger, except that an employe of that name worked in the office during 1902. The disappearance of Frederick B. Fanger, Fanger, as told in the Post-Dispatch, Post-Dispatch, Post-Dispatch, occurred 13 days after Ms marriage to Miss Hughes, daughter of Mrs. Carrie Hughes, 1601 Clark avenue. The marriage took place Feb. 8, following following a brief courtship. When Fanger presented presented his bride to his mother, Mrs. Joseph Fanger, at her home, 1216 Missouri avenue, avenue, It is said she fainted, but later seemed reconciled to the uniqn. . The next day Fanger and his bride went to live at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Julian Julian Laurent, two doors from the Fanger home, and It was here that Fanger packed his clothing the morning of Feb. 22, took $S5, all the money he had, and left. Since then the wife, prostrated by his absence, absence, has heard nothing from her husband, and, one week ago, she appealed to the Post-Dispatch Post-Dispatch Post-Dispatch to aid In finding him. The New York address given by Frederick Frederick B. Fanger in his application to the Western Electrical Co.. is 231 West Sixteenth Sixteenth street. New York City. MISSING E a In the Louis the near He secrets good had good, and that day the began shut was As Carmody a of that uncle, The the

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  1. St. Louis Post-Dispatch,
  2. 04 Apr 1904, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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