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"May your Christmc as the berries on the your Christmas Merr mas Tree-Ever gr( By the way, what's so Gifts as gcod Foctwea Practica, useful and a Our Christmas FootN the showing is fine. I Come a( Christma Of Kid Gloves, Silk chiefs, Hand Bags, F kerchiefs, Suspender Silk Mufflers. We'll desire after Christmas Follers CRIME STIRS SAVANNAH Negro Slays Two Women andii Fatal ly Wounds Third.-Axe the . Weapon Used. .Savannah, Ga., Dec. 10.-Victims of a revolting crime, Mrs. Eliza Gribble, aged 70 years, and her aghter, Mrs. Carrie Ohlander,! were found dead in their home, Nio. 401 Perry street. West, here to-day, while a third woman, Mrs. Maggie FHunter, aged 32, found just inside the front door of the house, is at the Savannah hospital dying. One hundred and fifty negro men, :aught in ihe meshes 'of the police; rag net through Yamaeraw, the ne tr section of the city, are prison rs in the police station, the theory f the police being that a negro man, aving planned an assault upon Mrs. 3hiander, was compelled to commit he other crimes in order to escape. Other arrests will be made before nornn until 'every negro in the ity who in any way resembles the esription of a negro who during he last three days has been fre uently a.bout the premises of the urders is a prisoner. The police believe that this negro, sing an axe taken from the wood hed in the rear of the Gribble home, eat Mrs. Gribble to death, struck~ own Mrs. H-unter, and after as aulting. Mrs. Ohiander in the wide, ong hall way, where the bodies were fonnd, finished his terrible work by eating in her skull with the terri le weapon. Mrs. Gribble evidently was at acked from behind. as she sat in an asy chair reading. On the floor, be-' ide her body, were found the news aper she was reading and her spee acles. One, or possibly two. blow~~s ere dealt her. Her' g*rey hair,b h'ood nat ted, shows thre inwPrint oC the lunt axe. It is probable that Mrs. Hunter was the first to be struck down.; that he met the murderer at the door as' e ent'ered and was struck down be-. ore she eculd escape. Mrs. Hunter's Wound Fatal. Then the murderer, stealthily ap roaching aged Mrs. Gribble, killed er. It is believed that Mrs. Oh aner was at tacked as' she left hecr om to enter the hall way. was as KiLlte anLiid ki!!ed. Mrs. Hluuter's ~kul wvas erushed in andJ her death s a matter of but a~ few hours. ROUND BONE at Wright's Mar-I I2--092t tmas is Joy, be as bright Holly Wreath-and iories like the Christ en. suitable for Christmas ? lways aDpreciated. vear is on display and t's well worth seeing. 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