taking France under carried infested and which she Liverpool, the No of made same Ini- BUFFALO'S DOUBLE MURDER MYSTERY BUFFALO, Sept. 9.--The. Buffalo police wer e called upon yesterday to help solve the mystery of what appears to have .been a double committed "ear the villago of Kenr more, a northern suburb of the some time-during the night. / Â· A farmer crossing the fields early in the morning found the body of young woman. Following a trail of blood to a roadway leading off rtela- war e Avenue, he came to . a large touring car, in which he found the body of a man. Both had been The bodies were later identified as those of Norman W: Shear of Avenue, .-Buffalo and his fiancee, Mary; Messner. -They were .to have been- married soon. . .The medica] examiner ' oxpresse'd the opinion that they had ben murdered by a third party. No "weapon was found at the scene of the murders.