mm til SET FDR II 9 LAP0RTE MAN CHARGED WITH ALL FOUR MURDERS. BELIEVE WOMAN IS ALIVE Mrs. Gunness Thought by Defense to . Be in HidingState's Attorney Would Prove Her Ded Indiana News. Laporte, Oct. 3. In the circuit court Friday. Judge J. C. Rlchter set down for trial on Monday, November 9, the case of Ray Lamphere, charged with the murder of Mrs. Belle Gunness and her three children. Lamphere Is also accused of complicity with Mrs. Gunness Gunness In the murder of Andrew Helge - llen. States Attorney Smith said Sat - urday that he would have no difficulty in proving the death of Mrs. Gunness. Attorneys for the defense maintained that Mrs. Gunness Is not dead. The expectation is that the first case to be tried will be the one In which Lamphere Is charged with complicity in the murder of Andrew Helgellen who was the last known victim of Mrs. Gunness, - though his body was the first of the ten found in the woman's private - burial - ground.