lack! tne Se- Se- j ', j blocking 'construction of the army." of: 1 1 The Murderer Ends Ufe -When' -When' He Is Trapped; Arrest of Aid Is Near of f . in rniuM-iiiivn rniuM-iiiivn rniuM-iiiivn rnnw rTRST T tr.r ad- ad- w. the "of trousers and a pair of shoes at Moses's"! Bol- store on the Sunday morning of the ' be murder. ' i Last night arrangements were made td surprise Lovett and obtain a confession from him. ' When the officers went to Lovett's home bis wife told them he had fled, but had left a note in which he ad mitted the crime and said - "there -- re-occapled re-occapled oecn- Une-nothe5-Par3r Une-nothe5-Par3r Une-nothe5-Par3r Une-nothe5-Par3r ln ft-'' ft-'' ft-'' ? Officers believe robbery was the motive lor lav cru, auiiiuuau uuvii oenieu that he had received any of the lopt. It is believed a considerable sum of money was taken from Moses's store, however, and it is considered, likely Lovett's accomplice accomplice retained it. Police are convinced that . Homer Barnes, who is in the County Jail here accused of having murdered his wife Charlotte, had nothing to do with the killing, of Moses.