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SAYINGS OF MR. MOUSE
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Chariotte, N. C. Mrs. Mary Anna
Jackson, wife of Gen. "Stonewall"
Jackson, Confederate leader, dead
after illness of several months.
NOTE AND EMPTY CARBINE ONLY
CLUES IN STRANGE MURDER
St Louis, Mo., March 25. Police
'tdday had two good clues to work on
in the mysterious murder of Richard
Randolph, wealthy merchant, late
yesterday afternoon. One was a .44
caliber carbine, the magazine of
which contained an exploded shell;
the other was a note taken from Mrs.
Delia Randolph by detectives shortly
after the shooting.
The police say Mrs. Randolph was
attempting to destroy the note. It
was written by Ralph Halliday, ac
cording to a statement the police say
Mrs. Randolph made to them.
Halliday, a few weeks ago, was
named in a divorce petition by Ran
dolph. Detectives are anxious to
question Halliday, who had not been
located late this afternoon.
The note from Halliday ta Mrs.
"My Dear Dell Look out for a bad
man as long as you live. I will save
you. I guess they will get me soon
er or later. I am, as ever, X. Burn,
Randolph was shot through the
shoulder as he stood near two clerks
in his store. He died within an hour.
The bullet hadbeen fired through a
small aperture in the floor of the
room directly above and near the
apartment occupied by Mrs. Ran
dolph. Nearby was found the carbine.
Witnesses have told the police they
saw a man, his clothing dust-covered,
run from the scene of the shooting.
The police believe this man the one
who sprawled upon the floor and shot
BABE BURNED HUNT MOTHER
St. Paul, Minn., March 25. Police
are today searching for Miss Eliza
beth Schab, alleged by them to be the
mother of the babe whose charred
body was found this morning in the
furnace of the Jewish Home for the
Aged. She was employed there as
a domestic. The baby was born
March 9 in West St. Paul and had
been reported to be healthy.
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