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PARIS MURDERS

SENSATIONAL DISCOVERIES.

(Per Press Assortti<-»>< -C»»nvri{riit> (PARIS, April 17.

Landau, arrested for the murder of : several women, is an educated man, in possession of diplomas for science and literature. He»was well supplied with money. Besides a villa, he had two houses near Paris, a flat in Paris, and two garages, 1 which he used for his fraudulent traffic. He has a wife and four- children.

He used a dozen aliases . and has served terms of imprisonment. The police discovered a dossier in one' of the garages, wherein were ten envelopes, each containing a name, date, photograph, and a lock of hair of Kis supposed victims, including three known to be missing. .':■ Neighbours at various times noticed bonfires in the gardens of Landau's houses," where heaps of cinders, bloodstained cord, mattresses and other inculpatory evidences were discovered.

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PARIS MURDERS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9590, 22 April 1919

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PARIS MURDERS Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9590, 22 April 1919

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