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.. 1 'iJi . ', -T r v 1. W,J" i : Jf-.7' ' 'S"i2 $ vVw' 4in V r Pt." ' -,V ' ,h' '.Jr If- ' C6UNSEL IN ' Mm I'aee One kt when lie swore flhe Hail Hed In nhnnt her huxhand. rsald rIie would rfct him before ;kwav." said Arthur Hosier. "She I)!M,lfent hhe weu'd sheet him, that he Hithavc n chance te leave her." , ! Holds llaby in Liip i Jtjrfi. Hosier, with her mother, Mrs. i iTUH liein, nnu ner maie'r in inw, .t. f ). JUI Vh Chnntielle. nnt in the front row . JR) In' crowded Corener's court. She ' ..T.aI. .lift,. tiytAt.tnnnlll.fl1l1 linVtt TtlMinril I Utn rlfr, lap at first, nnd Rave It a bottle. I It. Utten, as the testimony berame moreU. pfHWk1 the yeutijf matron handed the baby ' " iiuii-i ". i vf v .n mrthcr. and threw herself heart n! Inte the proceedings. She wna d in meurninc. Itirflrai when her brother-in-law. Ar- '"tfraaliUqilcr, took the stand that Mrs. i ilOMfcr reached tlie climax et nnotien Jflie bent far forward In her seat. Her pyMJflashcd with emotion, She e'enrhed Jierlhar-ili tlitht'y. She was all atten- i. Menti all lire, all eaccrncss te catch i? veitf word. every future Stevem' tlmei Mr. Scott went ever te confer with her. Once she said nudlily. in apparent reply te n quee quee deaiput by Scett: "It's n He." Patrelmaii Tcstllles i :S ' I'clnck Satunlay nftpnwwn by two ;uiiw nliets. " jet up and went te the stairway inrflillHtcned." he testlfiid. "I heard nirtjlnc; tit first. Then I' heard a woman ryiMi;. She was saying, 'I did it I llullt Iwcnuse I loved mm. "(Then I suw it yeunp fellow running tip jhe rtnlrs nnd I went In and pi.t my fetj: en. Hy the time 1 gut down dewn Malrs te the Hnsler eUice there were m'Cla dozen or mere patrolmen there. ,ndjjpeven' ether persons." Tite wltncsM explained that his rooms were uirectlj ever nosier s private et lice, and that he had net seen Mr. or Tip first v. Itmsics were patrolmen, " or for th.- i.rand Jur . The I fie0 (ll (ive nliljUtM 0r 3 0.cl0ck, when Whe I n'ent'fied the body. IT'.T1 d that I'? h cd i,"',,1 mT'H Mrs. Hosier came In. E ward Cartdr. janitor of the build- fcHlfj"t 'Mtlmeny. Mr. SehnilcM In- ..j ent t ., ' n w M inc. then was called. He aid !,. had i . '' '? Jnd. " "thit was ncccs- Ue,lcr .", t," f V, t ehIm 1 1 that hft I ailccp mm wuh nwakcneu nneut rJ " emv .v .,v...u m..u UvUC , time ni) wfls M. Mrs.- Rosier that day before the sheet- "That's right." chimed in William, another partner, told of incidents in i3f. T. Cenner, Mr. Scott's assistant. The the office en the morning of the sheet- llPId It Itecans I Loved Him" hearing then proceeded. '"H- He knew nothing of the sheeting InbW cress-examination he was nkcd Mil er then was recalled te the stand. itelf having left the office nt 1:25 raeifelj te repeat uhat he had hennl Mra. Hp nil h- Ued at U7 North I.Ighth , e clock that nftcraoen, Intending te go KeUcr say, "I did It because I loved "Jrvct. and worked in n tailor shop en , back later. hint. the second fleer et the building where hen I returned about twenty mln- Mrs. Hosier looked up nt the witness the sheeting occurred. He was asked, "fes te 4." he said. "I found n nam tia he took the stand, and he hiniled and te tell just what happened. , w r e( men at the entrance te our office, spoke te her. i "Wei". Saturday afternoon 1 heard found out what the trouble wis and Mrs. Rosier began te crv s'lently. and two sht. The man working with me, then went te the hospital. After find lieri mother nnd sister-in-law as well "aU. 'Somebody has been kil'ed.' I , '"K out what really had happened. I were In tears. Ilarry Westen, .".210 Chestnut street, wad the first perseu te enter the room after the sheeting. He was the next ftar the sheeting. He was the next Witness. . ..l . U was en the second fleer of the bnifdtng In a taler sher." he said. "BlJertly after 3 o'clock. 1 heard some bhejs-I thought three, but I am net surfc of the 'number. I listened, then crft out into the hallway and listened rigaln.' I ieard a woman's voice. I ivaJn't sure whether It was downstairs or lp. but fina ly I made up my mind I verhan coming out of the doorway. She ' f VfttS very mucu exciteii. "What is tna mattery l asued her. "4 ct.v nn,n .. n- 'a At I a 1 . S) - j -1 uen i rrairautr waa i bbei repii she made, ahe was incoherent and $e0 nncfln t?,; front're",' tifei1.,1" t t'T lA i."v""y." .j."i - -. "-.. v..v, -hwiflls no. Then I yelled again 1-inally I ran te Thirteenth and Walnut streets 1 left-te get help." ' "Did you knew either one? " "Ne." i ''Dld you tee the weapon?" "Yeu. It was en the mantel." "Did you leek at it?" "Yes, 1 picked it up. Mrs. Hesler teid 'me where it was." Mr. Schefie'd then began te cross cress question the witnesd. "Did you t-ay anything te Mrs. Ros ier?" Mr. Hosier Was Rnvln 'xcent te ask what was tna mm. i thfiffuf the woman, was lvlne near the i . ... . ',. , rl i j;. t ,el nf th mn ntrr th. u-h. !"''. "" '"" "'"-. "j " '-;"". , Went tn I.unriwm .ur. peen.. .. . . .... ......... .... anil injUireil aDOUl ine ouiceino 01 i i .ln,V I ran back te the f haUw-av ,i I V- tct the iliterl 1 Hen Knew , , - ,..,. . "Ne. I did net. I did nothing of Lross-am.nauen ueg.ns metin wlt, M1 Reckitt- The u . cried out for help. I set no auswer ' , v'' "n,iy ,nc" , r8n l,p , ;Vrs Ci hfrhrii,,b-nnnc ntmr,,' tlic fort' , , . , , ' Thcn l,eaa cress-examination by I ness quoted Mrs. Hosier as replying that ihemxvent back e the wm. ' the ,elr', ,w-w )'cVu.n aTl dnttKn i at 'he Walten He-el The'SatMn'la, . SV "IIevV dU1 ,you cen'c t0 c V, t,,ul I Ir- ScheHcld. who trie.1 te show that I the girl had premised te give Hosier up. & ' .tr -:v..i .i, ? i inMV a ...-' twice, nnd tl..-r I shut t :e dir ihe t ' a'ten He.el the hat.tr lay ir. s,erJ whe they crc together?" "I ! Mrs. Nnce had been annreached before I M?s. Lambrecht said Mrs. Rosier told BaOWAit H they wanted a drink of water ?nd dme." ,,... Lie- until 1 -' 'o'e'i el- and v-i -n I J'-st mct them just suw them." I h!,n j;ave her testimony. She denied I her that Arthur Hosier frequently re RC.Z, Mi -n,,, Ll .u-.- "Whom did .wk fr help? .. h;10,1'. "n,Al . .:.: X..0.! .,;:.n.'L .'.n . ".. "Did you tell jour lHter.in.l..w,hic 'nnd the Curwitr Informed Mr. ! marked about his brother Oscar's "in m 'anrlgeta traffic officer, wae came Lack ,c,m' i'l."ne """ i ' ","', "'"-, r..L..K .... should re te an Italian res-1"""'1." , ' . li' . i. , . .. r . .' I tliu information that Mm. Naee's name " irlln me," i rnene. i j;r-. sum: iuri'wme), Ir-urnnt nt Twelfth nnd I.eeust st-eets ?''lr 'ireu'F' x aal 8U0 IBU "vl"r la'-e I had b-en given by Mr. Scott. Mrs. told me m Ijerutier Knight questioned the wit- an;' 1 s,",!t v .. V, . .t. t After lunch we walked up the street. n ."iC- St',. , . Naee then said she was new employed week." W n4: "Yeu were the first person who ! IlLrc Mr- -'helie d made another a - !t""i, "cnn" Vhi? inrt , nn. Wlni t "?: I ,lil1 ne.t'., . . . i at SUM U-iliih read. "Wan S t-ntfrcd where were the bodies?" tempt te bten tne inquest. n s e:. y , -- she .nilH COinK te de reme! "Dhm't you teii your Msier-iii-iawi ,... wtnes6 was Airs Marlen was very S 'tj,. rremn., ... ., .v.. ,i -.i , receKsarv te determined te your satis- ,s,tr,-e.- ?e "., ,.BOlnl lu ue lmu- that Oscar had travelwl in India. Seuth ,V'e ""A lVln.rbuu3 ."". 01?rl0.n ,im K the man nlsTen te lloer." " r "uu fm-t'en hmy they came te their death." ; "r.P' "? "- A tha .,,. Africa and all ever the world, anil that, ; ' ; ."""!" . "r Mr. fii 'Mlew fnr tL-n the ,, Kr.,ir t. he deelcml. ,sr ' "V, V" '" .. . " 7. ". .. .' '..i.'he had whatever women lewanteu nnd."" '''. "b , "" - the w E that of the" woman?" 'The kn "v ' .. "Th-ifB. all right." repU CVren,r ,-- -- - . '"'"t-y ,cr I then cart them off " Ne. ' , , necn a cnu m e : . ?er. iier nu - B lying, across the room " Krl-M. "1 tmve. a periect rig at teimml' ' ,i, si,n hM k,. hnn.iJ ."u ant you ieu your msier-in-iuw '"i:, "'.'": .. , V ?y .,.",' V1. ,," I "Yea." B "When veu enme hnrU .ifn , get at all the facts." Mr. Scheae d once ! " :'"i'A r. X i " i7. that vour-bretner was planning te cast ""'fV ' '".":" "".... i. .u.wr.e , M, gcett officer wheri wa Th wrnn i".-i.. mere subsi 'cd. l'V ' "J:"""x.'.J"'i,. t....i-. - .. ' eft his first wife just oefere M.e was '.m naving luncneii wnn .iirs. iiesier .. 1 ''She was en the couch, and I wen-' The i.t wltne,.. wer, nnjsmiw w, " IT'S! Art! C; I ?." .'?. lth lnllueniu ,l,,li ,!!"'1 in ? l?!ifv. ''IV: JZ J"""1. I "Did drc hew she get there, bemuse she mrn he sat tn the nweef Hip BUentrs "-- -; ..s,,ertl ere ;, oVleok I . V, h r n I, mV ? Te S- ' !W w neeirft-d tn lu nlm . unmnuin... ...u.. hefern thf ri"l!e... Nerman Mcl.er'd I .... , ... .,. . ,'. .. .. ..u , i....i. Ne. tne inp neme. .iir. ocett asaeu. , i,,.. n(vv tr7I don't think I said anything. She '-ar:er' rne eKre Jn,l' necmed te be raving and in a terrible Patrolman en Scene Btate and 1 was trvinc te heln hr nut . . tit the room." testified that he was ilin-etinL- trnfl!.- rr ivu urns. The witness then de.eribed the lay- tn" deer, anil hesitated. Then nam ma.led some pacKages ami went nerac 101 fi ,d Y an,j j ar0 bet!) hp . y,lH iflamc, and slightly awelleti." Vnv '".VV, " vuv T would net have done enf the offices, and said he met Mrs. Ktes the trnffic patre man, came up Stonehurst. A few mintucs after I get j , ,,,.... MrH. 1:lsle mlli ilM ThurS(Iny Jey. ; u ' ,"hc l'hen,thewnv lter as he left the rear office deer with two ethr cops When we -et ir. there I learned that ay broth, r way ..yJ .. rCp,ir(1 Mr. .sc!,0fu.n. ..Ult Hosier wau late for dinner. Ills wife $"),",,," wurnc 1 t cm be h te sten Hersald there was no one in the the room I asked who nid the Hhoetinp. shot and in a critical condition. I ' . h ' t0 miske n ..,,,. t0 thl nHke,, hlm lf ,. llil(i b,,en ,..;.,. I di . I hi 1 yarnc.i them uetn te step tat the dying couple, but he did roe I beucht Mr. Hosier wu a clerk SIih pepped a private car aim get a m te wemnn. Hosier took his wife into the ' " 1 " J" uru"' ; . ',,j bwVth my . ueme one standing en the landing. He was Hi u fa.ntinu cm..liii.. ltusi. r th city, where I hired a tax .ear , I ..j weuld.t corner him wuh kitthen, the witness said, calltd her &"'.! He k ri hlX w S. M :ou!a net Identify the janitor as the WUb ''" nt thp W? northeast cer- arrited nt Jeffersen Hospital. I think. spp(e.n .. M,,i Mr Scntt. wheretn.en the "n j.-aleu-, little feel" nnd sl.ippcl her i1 ?," u'Cl, Ll ' manhesa-w. J ner of the room. He had a bullet wound , about 4 :40 o'clock. Are there any e her ,.',.,! ln the rourtnem 'uiigl... I iin. fi..-. She then turned, piek'-d up nl'.Sj,1 uk.?' , ,'C"lh .,, ,i,.. t I'ntrnlmnn Kntnc t, .. .. near tie nearr ana -vn ceat'evs. i i.iartem jeu wuu iu. m-iwuii iiiiin't veu meet .irs. K.".ier te ' m c iiett n ntu hn m,, ),.... ,,,-n . ." ' "" i 0:20. when a man came running up was lying en v'-at I weu'd call a cmeh. , and nsked lf he could !ene hlb pest. The" ',"' x!a" Tar e'mn ell. l rh. nniMnfermed him two pcrbena had been ' hospital and tlu i..ie,- station. he? I nsaeu Miss lleeklit what w..s li... 'J hun-Ied up there.' baid Kates, i mct'er. Sh .aid 'I'm shot.' but I "andj In the outer ettii e found no en. e'l! . !" blenJ en mr o'eth'ug. 1 Gelrfg liite the front etnee I found the "'I'l. 'Wher?' und che put I.i r hand body of Hosier en ti,- fleer near tl.,',c'1 her luu.r abdmuen. window en the east side of the front "I walked e?r te Rem.-r. lie wai 10 room. 1 grabbed n phone te alr"i.lv turning while. I cenlti .ee h--"al?(the wngen, and wl.ilt phen'ng I was in a dvins eenditlcn. and evidenrij diwlvered the biniy ..; the- girl Ijing en bled'.r.g ii.ter.ir.lh. Then ti. str-t"hr the couch. After phei.ing I went te the came up ai.d Miss Hi k:tr whs r"it "n man and asked wln snot him. He it. Tlcn a rii'rulmitu took Ite.i"-' made no nnswer. I then went eier t hea. und nm thrr took hlm bj th.- feet. tiie ulrl nnd atked who nlmt her. 'Ihcre ar.d I took 1 Im b the body I Ler' Was'-no answer. 'rlie full we:,-lii of his endy. heiking nln "I usked both of them If thy were 'around the wnlst. ?!iLaml ,t,ler" w.n.s riewr(T'ly. ' UutMide the 'ea girg nreur.d a .r?,n, ,' ar ur'' "n"l,,r "nu Mie Id, '1 did It; I must l.ae been crazy.' ttid, sobs at sight of ristei 'Have jeu the gur?" the forener aeted Patrolman Kates. TLfl. Hir. ' RMlfl till witnput n.rl..- lnr A'J-callbcr Celt nutematk. As h!i, ,.-.. intm' mii.,! t.r.d hu.l shot i.lm. W It Up air. KeslT cxr'ulined. .ttt. it , t. ... . - ii liBWlkcrehlef, began te .rb. ', IJ. . .. ". . , un. nnu ceve'rini? ner men uim h.r van you leu wneiner .my rne'S rere ,rflfrem it?" there were four cartrlngei n the fltid two exploded elHln en .j,e near Rosier. thl moment an attache ran 10 ' HeMer with a class of watci. She Jriuinpvd in her rhnlr. She drunk m thjatcr, vecmed revlied, an-J vat up atmLht iu her chair again. ore.s.-xnin!nnrloii bv Air Shn. the witnciis wild Hosier's knees drawn up and bis hau If clcneaeil. Hcckltt was lyliu en the ic couch, loiitrelmnn testified, "spread out his," ejid the wltnesK sii cad his wide annrt. rne oeuleii were aeTcd. the wltnew said, until the rel of tlie patrol. Did you sav anything te Hosier?" Mr. Schetleld. teii. rl I asked who shot hlm. I i rW ras be ullve?" "Yes. sir." w did veu knew?" "Well, you U rye were opening and closing wan meaning. .you apeak te Miss HecUItt 1" wu, Are yett auet,' ana sac 4fiit't knew " tffcjd then asked whether Mlsa ' ,W BITTER CLASHES OVER STARTLING TESTIMONY AT HOSIER INQUEST Who Was Iago? "I nm jrelnr te show who l the Inge In this case." said .Tehu It. K. .Scott nt the Hosier Inquest. Iaco, readers of Shakespcare will remember, was the villain of the tragedy of "Othe'te." It was I-e who poisoned n hunband's mind with Jealeui.v, and tricked him Inte flay- UK his wife. cckltt was alive. The erewd tittered. I and the witness became confused. 'es, ,lr, she was alive," he said. 1 "I knew, because she imswercd mc when I nked If ihe wa? shot." M"DJ(1uyu,?rrcst Mrs' 15esSer?" us5scd Mr, , Schefielil. 'es sir. I asked r what it wafl' nil aoeut, ami sne irtnue no answer.-; nuuui, nnu hub uinuc no nnswer. "Did you show her the pistol?" "Yes, '. I did. and I suld : 'Is that yours?' d nhc answered, 'Yes, I beucht It.' " iJid she ar unen or where. Ne. . i, - - ivmi. viii,. ,-.,.(, aa about te testify when Mr. ......... ....". V.l;f."", ..!.. 3(.iiuu.iu asxeu mc i;orencr u uiere nan nei necn nntnlint teitlmnnv In I.nHfv hnMlnff I .... ."-- - y -.--., "-- mi. snowing. . n must tmd tnat tne death w actually caused by the sheeting," said the Corener "There is no hurry et ' all." "Well. you Hrner." said Mr. Scho Sche fleld. "It In'r uece-sary te bring all thcie witnessea." Scott .lumps te His Tet Mr. Scott jumped te hU tvet. i nil rl.lfKliMiii I' ha cnlil "11 U nil rliliffiilniim.1' hp said. "One wit. , ness here said Mrs. Hosier did It. Four r went Inte the waehroem and turned the or rite might eutne a.eng and say shekcy. didn't. This Is nn Inquest we want' "Did she tell you net te tell her bus- m ,r rvrvflilnir " 'said te him. 'Ne. its an automobile tire. The -man said, hcen 1:11 ed. "Our place Is en the .e, somceeuy . Our place :s en tne tccenu uoer. i I-T....1 .. !,.. I.nM U . no DAPOtl t lUUK7, .ui v. ..ii..,. e u. !... 'people were staiving tticre. incn l saw Mrs. Rosier come running down the, stnlw. Rhi- v. as crying. 'I did it. I had te de it. I leve him. I am jcal- eus.' ' "But me. you sec." continued the ' witness. "I'm busy. I couldn't Inter- fere. Se I cuy. 'I'm busy,' and I shut , the deer. " Miller s'd he never saw Mrs. Rosier ' oeiere. r.nu nau net entered ;ne room. 1 toss -examined, no sum: i nrsi nit, i Mrs. Hosier when she ran down the , D' T II I til siai'-s nun Ncrcnaiuu. -ij uw. wm nnrtlv cnen." . . ""' "" " i "mi you say anythinj te her?" h- ,. ct,,,i "Nn I K.iiti jinthinff fe ' " V, ;,, , .hFt ... w ,,r,, ?- . S27 North Hreiul stret. a reporter en a memln j uewneper. told nis story witn- tmt Interniptlnn. as to"ews 'I was assigned te the sterj-. I don't knew the f-act hour, but I hurried iireimd tn 1K14 Walnv.r street and asLM where the shoetlns had taken pla-e. 1 wns (llrr'ted te the third lloer ar.d en the way Mniipf.! nt the tailor hhep. Hn tl" Infilling I picked up a v.err.nn's tur. ban. 1 loeKd mwnstiiin and aw u iwman coat en tne Boer. Uuts.d'i tit ' 3'??r'9.?ffir. r'n U'e. third fier I tax I I stoe.I n memtnt. put m fe . ... . .. ... looked at the woman. M s, lu-ckltt. hhe turn in the hall. I t-e his ii..ihtng. i inch waa di-arrnn.'ed 1 undid 1.1s ; n5.":.i: .. I' IL ,.?Tre' "."..r.: 1 nut his eveicutit ev. r the Ix Is wen politely rttjues't 1 te g" off the ! patrol. I ....u. I- ..!. n,..i . .,n .,,l,l,r..ii..h I i.,.uii. .. -fll t.e Hener r.n her I . - - - ,w --, . . i .1. " ' ... . . Ml. a 1li,iltt In. nn I nil. I. . ..in... u.. ........ I iln cross-eiut.inatten th- wltne ......1 .1.. J..... . ll, .ul. .. ...... , l. Minfhwpt .'jmer of the roen,. whhh fronts 01 Walnut street, correcting liin riri-ileua tuieunt that It had been In the lertheB"' .-iirinr. II" said that Mi,, lUrkltt ln en the iimch llfte-e.ti et awtj freia Hosier's I.mI. ' 'Mr-. Hosier wa at the deik. turr.- ......... .... , hllnir with th telephone book, and ak- inz no. nc one te nid her tii.d her mother's Atl.w.tlc City ttlepheuu mm- etr. Jllss uecaiti a ncau was lewaru the deer s i s . .i ..a i a. .- . .. i . iiur ivun li ir lu iuuliiluii. n..i- n. - i "Ueliig in we Htepped ct the tailor J in-law te meet Mls Hcckltt In 11 dc shop and acked If they didn't knew purtment ntere?" "Ne, I did net." 1 man nnd woman wcre dying uptalra. j "Didn't you meet them together In a The men in the Btiep innheii ni'i.iinee at UN, anu bum 11 wuh 1111110 ui ineir LuslnCHS." The next witnes.s wna I'nul Oettleib. n morning n"wspnr'-rman. He said: "At ;i:J0 e clecii we had a teiepheni call th.it there had been a sheeting at ' Kill Walnut ctreet. At the aecend ' uoer a man 111 me uuurivuy 10m ub there waa ueinu aum 01 iroueio up main. .-e iiuiruimcii eic mere. j. ' waited veveral luluutei. I btoed at the deer a jnintite, then entered, and uaw Tj'rr'"4ii"'T-.:' f .-' f EVENING I'UBLIO Hosier en the fleer nnd Mlsa Rcckltt en a couch. "I walked toward the back office, and as they wcre putting Miss Hcckltt en the stretcher Mrs. Hosier was brought out from the rear eflicn by a patrolman. She wbh hysterical and a patrolman was Rivinjt her n drink of water. She was crying, I was Intoxicated. While I was in ihe hospital with my baby three months age they were running around together. When I Kime this afternoon I eniijsht them.' "Jerry's" Friend en Stand M. C. I.nytnn. als.i a newspaperman. fm.l ihnt v, . i ndnn he una- , ,, , , . . .,- (ti ttn , , , . , -"1 "" "a'" he ,1!uI fecn the wounded ptrsens -ylnR as previous wltnctees had de- scribed. Mrs. Hosier sat at the iKr. hir head en her hands, sobbing, he suld. Mr8 ijorett,y Braniiwurk. -T.01 Nnrth n !0 m" ' jjj I h.. n'hn ver,h Thlrv.Kn.en,i ... n rirl frl,.n.l .--.--. .--.- - -.v.. .r...., ,, n... ... . iiss KecKitt, tcstlned that sue nan Miss Heckitt en the Saturday of l,l.fMltHM A e .v, f a. 1 H. trp,i,i. -.,, -'i.......... . . l..i .vi...i i ui kui'Miiiik cirvuis, nun iinvu t0.''cr about 12 :ae neon and knew nettiinR cie about the case. Krnnlr llntrhnlrr TfMI Un.itk l.'lfl. ,i - t). street n n-irtni.r nf Ttnsic nn l.J?. ""?."' ". .P;lrtni'r 9 ItOSlCf, V.BS - ....... .-..v..w-'. . w kjVUl.I A.',.VJ rllMPM Heckitt. Arthur ltnslrr nn,1 T vv,.r.. fntl,r I,, l, .i. 0lEec " ..riu . ... . . ... asked the Corener. ,u, ,"A 1':'" " " "Yes. I spoke te her, bidding her the time of dav. She hesitated, and t'len said, I think, 'Hew is I'nlted Hetu- till L. II I. A ...nd I.. I.m ka C igravure service coming along?" I re I plied 'pretty geed.' and then mentioned TMu'thnt she had a rather nrettr list. Mlin "aid, Oh, its net a new one.' She then I. nib Telins. 1002 Snniee utrpet. w-ns about . te telephone te Arthur Hosier, but learned that it had been dene. Sa... victims in Oncr-illn- Unr.m - - -Jm ---. ..T.... Art,.,, n,1 t !. .;. - - """ ";,' r ii.i- ni P" .tjB - ..h?jfAr .?;!" "3 J"g "PP c !ntntl?n ' uv out he did no answer ?ke K,i Heckitt did "hl??S mf . '3 "k Itt lid. She 1 oened Ihi ' "J!1.?.01"' Dcu r lct " Rtt int0 c'r J'"? Vnlcht .se,l the irlir.,, if I, (-! "aniin that had ed un te " Meeting. ,"."'" '"'' w,,fe :u'- nppwy "; .i"t. '". tnev nuu muue m their cirfiJci.t mar.y time-,." jirinur ueMcr men was cnuca. He the the He He made his wav niil..!:1v H..m,, crowd ami m't hi rht i,nn,i m " reumf.ng 'ack " sa'd he lived nt lJKG Spn.ee rtrvt. was tei'j le e:ye r.i ctnrv ifive mlnut-s after 1 o'clock. 'U!i. fflnU twi ,i litiiftlinnti tmr ivn (lie iu iviiiwit run lerwMn.un. ii'iNtrruiuc ii, ou' ? .. .... ..!. I of sidled in Sjlie la id iier tirt i ii nt. (I 4 ..rt . . . Tiv.t or thre,. minutes r.tter 'nr.t she cir te her Ipb' 1 Oscn- I h.ve ' "i ul- nuV Khe went out enm out and nut her m and said. Sh ! Don't tell . . . i M'l... ., Hfvn up nvre. iiiiii n.n- emv uui Tifteen minutes later 1 lelt the eaice, Yes. then: are. re.r ici the ;m- ner. "leu mci . r- ivea.e-r w uaj i , th- sheeting?" "lis. . , Who made tnat uppeii.imcui: Well, veu see I, wa.- llKe tl.N. She old mc that she wab going li town t; no e:ne shopping, and I asked her !t ;ie wouldn't go te lunch with me. "Who suggested g ing te the Italian rtsnmrant?" "She did. "Hew long were you ir. thaf restaur art?" "About I'f'j n.inut -." "Did Mrn. He'-'er drink anjtl.iug?" "Yes. she drank two 'Mips of wine." "Was there any .'m usslen of the Ro Re Mnr family affairs n that dinner?" "Nene whatemr." "Did she ask f r her husband.'' ci... nulr.l ir hi 1,t.H ennn tn binch. . . ', ., ... i, .. ., i ,. i,,n.li tt.m. 1 10111 lie l- of " h-"b ' ........ ....... Mr. Batcheler." "Wan the-e any talk ubeut u divorce? "Norn Talked of Diveree "Dlr you ever ta U te her about a divorce?" "Oh, ten; often." 1 TlV. i. j t tii rnriflun fn flin f ' Well. I knew n. y brother wnH going II UUL . " ' "' v . . 1 te divorce h.-r, und I thought the Muleat way would be' ler her te ge't it." "Then ym '.id advise her te get n 1 divorce?' "Y'H. I did "W r.e f 1 rjiellETiil ir weuiii of ei. best, b-enns. ti"j euldnt be happy. I "Did ye-i iver tell your hIhUt-Iu-Ie r ! that with 'u. living in the seme house. , It would b ulte eaby te be caught , in 11 -eiiip -emisltig peuitluu nnd make It , . ... v for tie- divorce' " -f .,-. . ..1... 1 Wlut v.as nine iiuesuan, i etr 1 Hener, will jmi pleas e repeat It?" he Corener re- nsked the witnec. Th I pcated the que-stien. ".no. 1 din nei, unin me wu ncsn. 'Did jeu arrange for your sister- department store .' "ie. Where did ion meet tliem?" "I saw them tegi ther In u store one time when I wan pdHblng through." "Ami vnii Hliln't tn k te them?" lV. . tl.nl T i-t ,ii.n,t... " t i i niua e;iu,:ii t . uv ,i.--..- ...... ..... .....v.. - ,.tm.i .. ..:, ... . ...,..: 1... crept in. tetn.l rt.. Mia j.nhrrwTT1 llftcrknrth. r 'ill. n't snenk. but Mr. Ratehcler hpik" 'divorce ner cvcniuui y. T1)0I, camu u Tj0,Iit T!in(.ipf VhIch , of the fa !.! her. Sh- looked rather stupid. 1 , , "lv "u..d.i. .T; i.i "'i .. l fnded In Mr. Seett k-j-iw te the Core- ateaegrap. thought upset, rather out of sorts. I j " ' '" ' "-- , -;' ' " "j" ' ,ni'r: " arc going m prove an fie- SaU1 .thought .she npeke about L. M w"eV te marry the T-kitt b H ' etT'... .?.. B'5 . he.w.ut l,tevti I L nlteu ivoiegnnuro ewuunt vmicii ,.,., t,-,u in,,- rin murun m j.uusf una utiii- . .,, . .1...I .....i... ... ,... u.,f.,i i if. uldn t lie: i ,. ? iD!v t i , , ., at the llllll'lll'iur Sll'ltt'- l, I UVi. ..CW.iV.V. icu .. I, '..fr 'J .. ..VC.Ui D li'iridiiu UHU tlit'li l,ftn iA :;e Lne was in uie wasaroem. .. schefield registered author ob- 1 : ",."' 'T '."" ".." cu""?u" much v "When ou U'ked tu :.our sistcr-ln. Talre'inaii rummlngri wiis cnlii'd te law about this divorce, v hat wan your I he stand. He te'd of geln-: te tic of talk about? What old nhe wty?" lice after the Hhoetlns nr.il I sMng Ueyler ., nm ..- 11 ci j m ., and MIbh Heckitt en Hie lloer and Mra. "Said She Would Sheet Him" iii. nittlmr at a desk. "She sold that alie would get hlm ltcfore he get away, that lie M-euld ' .. i - ,LBDaBKr-XJHlLADKL!PHliV, !&', Bombarded! AHTIIUK HOSIER He was put through a scorching cnm-exnmlnatleu by counsel for Mrs. Oscar Hosier at the Inquest Inte the murder of his brother and "Jerry" Heckitt timet liim. that he didn't have n chance tu leave her." Ir. Scott then askad permlwlen te examine the witness. Mr. Sclteileld nb jeetcd. Corener Knight ruled that he had n right te ask any questions, nnd that Mr. Scott might ask through htm. Standing directly in front of the wlt ncbM, UN linger poised in .lr, Mr. Scott said: "1-ld you ever tell your sister-in-law that your brother Oscar was intimate with his stenographer, Miss Rcckltt?" Mr. Seheficld wa en h's feet Instant ly with nn objection. "There la no evidence against this mnn." said Mr. Seheficld. "and if there 1 lie should be arrested." "We wi'l net discus that phase.' suld the Corener. "1 nm the Corener here, itul I will nllew the question." The wltnc-w Mushed and bit his lips nervously. 'Ne, I never did," he an. swered. "Yuu didn't tell your slster-in-lnw that?" "Ne." "Did veu tc'l her of nny Intimacy jour brother had with ether wemeti. "Ne. I lid net." "Did you tell your sister-in-law that your brother and his stenographer dined together en the Walten reef?" Mr. Scott demanded. "Ne, I did net." "When veu brought your sister-in-law and Miss Heckitt together in that department store, what did jeu tell them?" Again Mr. Schefield objected, but the objection wuh overruled. "Didn't Itrini: Them Together" "I didn't brit.g them together," said the witness. "Didn't you r.rrange te have Mrs. Rosier confront Miss Heckitt with the fact that she was in love with your brother and that jour brother was go ing te abandon Ills wife for Ucrr" asKcd Mc:.csr.iii.tr unci ier i 10 jcccni ,,,. nnr .na pens te ..nr l,r "'?,' ..r, .,. .n T i.T, i .-...... ItMUU I vil, J nv ,iv: nun uiu(i LV f. - I v U a r'ivnnfiH t.iilis.1 rA.t....V . ?.i ..,.1.,.. If .i-no tlie r.Mlrt'j I..,.. . """ -".'"'. .. ".' "- .", ' "-v WV find out nil the elements that tatercd into the crime. ' , . . CeunstI Clash uuunui ui.i.iii ,,. s..tt intcriected te Mr. Selu,. sni)W i ,. yf,;ir brother's infidelitj ?" d-- llrnr.de-d Mr Scott of Artln.r II ". I "Ne. that Is net se," - .Iu t'e v. It- ,u,.. i TViAn iib MA veu cen.e t, mke Mis j jjcekitt te the department ster te ine-st , jirMi Keior?" repeate,! Mr. Scott, try- ln(f tl) t,u, t. Wltnc-H. "I cildn t." no insisted, -x met mem mere'V ly acciue-ui. "After Hosier's death did von net re- .ie. veur brother's reve'ver from 1 rr, it iisnir liit'ir-avi s7 hiuim ua ' uiiiii i yuu lt,, .vu. auibci -lii-uiw St nchurst?" asked Mr. S-em. , -What did Artliur av eiar would ,. ....... "Ne." - de n gettli.c the diveice?" m,ked Mr i Vr.' V ll !'tm S- '"''worth. or- Mr Scott asked Aithur ltes.ir: "ieti'Sci'tt. ener'rf phsi,.lnn, was the next, witness. l. '. 't'h.it our brother's rneper ,as' .. ... . 1Iu testltlisl that the cause of death In ii the house"'" "Yes, s'r " Mr. hchefleld Again Objixtn I euch uKe was gunshot wounds. That ,!,,.., ,,i ..,, ,,, ..ui, :.... ,.,.,, Mr. Schefield bjeeted agtln. te the'1'10 lmlu. -"ttb'"S the diath of HeHler lat din je". " "' " ''. 'isheii ...,,,... ,, ,) ,.,., I I imtpn.l the ubileiiien threuir h the riL'ht Seelt "I gave It te l'ram: Matcheler. , , . , IU nw.v.. Then Mr. Scott rwpp -i. 1 Corener K-niriiVtn biivp the reveher liriidticed -is' Knlgllt 10 nave liie r"'r l'r",lllle ,ls CVThHne"Mr Scott nuked lte.:.r- "IIewltlnt H "!"" Vn"net ,,y "ccessery te the one "ve yen been 1 thl 1 r " "".'.r ""lc"' '" 'e ! Hdleulei.H." eiil nni ""', ,..,....,",,.. . "I never mi d ninth nc of rim l, ,i At.n,'s P." ..l.Y.V ;,..':.'. J.'r''de..ln r.-.I Mr. SeWlein. en ,,. mvu.,. v - ..... , , . I lrrciexen. ibjeetieil iwKaieu "It tr.icht disclose Osear Hosier are net Mr. Scott. i. .t...Kr 1 rftnr.n!f.il i.j .l.ln..l J n.i en Corener Knight Inti rj'etwl : "It M.,.n) t. huve u great ileal te de with! .,,.... j,,i ,, te the sheeting." ir. Seelt then rfp"atnl his ques. ; ,en. UeUer suld h landel in .New Y.ir c tletener . iu.i. l - ... n ,,.ni .. .. ... .1 .11. ...... ...I .1.. ...! . . V. B. b'rel'.er. a chik In the hard- ' ware department of a ! pcrtment itere, I .-as tneii ca'lcd. 1 ,Mr. ."-.coil iiie-u 'iriunmi iuu wiiucm-. .. ..... .i...i i. ..1..1..1 ... .i... ...i.i.i. lie i.ic m,.,.. ....-,...-. ' y" ; rut.t0hlroMte "eVl wiubullS W Se-hefie d'a'sked Freiler If the wenmn wl" i bought the piite' was In the room. i'leilcr pointed bin tight Index finger it Mni. Hosier, "Yc. there nhe U," he sniii suiu. ... ..... . .. Mrs. Helier ioene.1 mm in Uih eye lintlllinlilrifflV I And," he Bald, "Mra. Hosier walked I eyer te thu body and said, 'Daddy, . . .v ' -i ,. - ,"., . -.. '"-., 'nor tvhv ,11,1 vnn'dln? 1 nm Rnrrv I did thin" Then the witness told of the removal of tne bodies. The Bterm nt fitfhllntf between the Assistant, District Attorney nnd Mr. ncett was renewed when the next wit ness was called. She was Mrs. Margaret Nace, u former servant of the ReMcm. who had been employed by them up until come weeks age. She said : "Mra. Hosier was n very line lady, but nobody could get along with Mr. Hosier." The f!nrnnir then nsked her Cen- fcrnlng the family rclatlbnu of the lteslcrs nnd whether there was any nt- tcinpt of Mr. Hosier or nny person te persecute Mrs. Hosier. The Assistant Histrict Attorney Violently objected, but the Corener said, referring t& Arthur Hosier's testimeny: "If we can prove Hosier lied or wad responsible for the thinga charged we want ie find it out. Mrs. Nnce then continued her Btery. "He was doing all he could te get away," she said, ''but Mrs. Hestler wan a perfect lady. Mr. Hosier wna most unpleasant. Ills brother vma greatly responsible for the trouble. I think." Mr. Schellild ngaln objected. "The major is afraid, I think," wild Mr. Scott. , , "I'm net afraid of nnybedy, net even of you,'' said Mr. Schefield. ,501i," said Mr. Scott. "I'm ti timid fid' . Nobedv's afraid of mc." Then Mrs. Nacc said "Ilia lirnlher was (llwnM around ntld i always tried te de what hp could" "Did Arthur ever ten iicria uijew s brother te get n divorce?" ' Yes, hi he said he thought it would be the best . thing te de." , , ,,..... flirt r-nnfir fifPfl a. 11 IT 1JII1UIIL1 .-.. UUl ill. iWl ui- that hib hretlier waa intimute with ether women?" "Net w plain n that, hut he said hi brother would get married after he get n divorce and It would be mere pleasant fei both et them. I heard three or four such talks, but none lust prier te the day of. the sheeting." Mr. Scott Interrupts Mr. Scott Interrupted: "Did Arthur say te Mrs. Hosier that her husband would inve're Mrs. Hosier nnd nnme Arthur ns the man in the case" "Ne. "What did her husband tell her te de about Arthur?" "He said it wim nil right that uhc could marry Arthur. "What did the husband eay for the wife and Arthur te de that tilght?" Here there was another violent ob jection bv the District Attorney. Then Mr. Scott arose nnd mid: "If by his own words or cer.uuct ?h .woman t bring about the "Tertruc I ten of his brother, he Is guilty us nc-1 ;..J...... n,r,ir. i dnn't pun. what , ... l. ( . l.ll.nH 4 klllDK t 1.111 the metie. If it ended in the death of n mnrfnl. ln Is responsible " After another wrangle with Mr. Schefiold, Mr. Scott nsked another question "What did Otcar say te his wife In reference te her going upstair3 with Arthur?" "He tald It was all right and wanted her te de it, but Arthur Raid 'Ne.' " "What did Arthur say about his brother Oscar trying te trap her?" "He said something like that once In my pnwence. Quite a few times I heard Arthur telling Mrs. Res'cr of his conduct with ether women." "Yeu were there when Arthur Ho sier told the wife 'that her husband was at the Walten reef garden with the stenographer?" "Ycc, I believe it way the day y)i..ri(.'iil fimfr i.if hfiil lwn Hiitinniitinitd a)frew hj4 efflL.e deputy volunteered "Did you fee the condition of Mrs. Hesier'u fnce and arnvi that day?" its." " 'lel HUSIi.lllU it is eiy mut'Tlnl crJ- ,'j0"'-'',; arc- going t" - w, wbe was , ," ' ''. f' :'ui M .... rurnlng te the wltnf s, Mr. Scott , again asked : "Did you ste the cendl- i ileum asKed : Uicl y i tien of Mrs. Hosier's face? I "1 saw the bruises.7' said Mr, i: lsfn. i "Mrn. HeM-r said that Arthur from the beginning wns tl.f first one te tell her j cf .r husbnnd'u iclatleru n-ih the nt..ni,F!-n,.)i..r .,, .1 t .;,i ... i.. .i.'... i . husband wai'iir'nie te her ' i "Arthur infnrtiie-d her ti.at he ,ad s. en her husband en the Walten reef with hid s'eMogiTpl-er. and . told her' neL I') till LI'-Olir tl.at he was th one j he had told her. He said thnt Oscar n nnfi'iniilmitn. ., ,n,., " .,,,.. ,. ,h (.w.' ,. ,.... 1 .iiunir uuiiir, ny ins conduct, a!d l"r'ib, IU1UJJU UUl UUUil Ull' L'UUUUCt .. . ...i ti. t ...v. .:....! )..-. .In!,, ,1"w l,UH ","nl"1 t" maunchh, and for , ,.. ..i.b.i iu..(n. e... ... .... jir H(,()tl j.ftec, h,a hr tiandn and relled .. . . . " ait e'jei 111 iiii.eK dc pair. l(CKatcd , "'ioedncH'1 gruclei!!) n.lve." he mild, ': th-it Vrtliur nnd ""f'"" awfully rough." Th. n turning et b.-elh'T'.," Beia'tn the f.oreiier, he said: "Ill she-, step by ste-p, Arflmr'i nUd 1 ! cbjeetlen. (cen',u'lt. 'J here could only be two me- I tlw-s: On ;, te iu.-.ls; t he lusband in "l"iinK tiie woman et tier richm; thi 1 !ti.'"1' ". deeper melUe, for lf he could! drive tnnj woman, in muancHu te de lawny with hla brotlier. he would de as '- " ."."'""" wuin.. Iia .1 .1 (Tl nliilll hid I.PAflia.'u .....It. "Mrs. Hosier told the woman en the , witnchB Btand that she feared Arthur would trap her in 11 isompreii..-. ng pesl- .tien whi 0 her husband waa awuy en a , wecK-enii trip, ami sue- usi.en tin i wit iPRH te come te her house w.th her own ln?W wU" her w,,,,c llr h,,bbamI l"?;1 th?," bJ1!;u "', hJMwl,1'l IV- U nnythlng deve'e-.s that will ! warrant me in holding Arthur Rosier, . I wlllfienMder It my duty te (low. I m BeinB And out whether this 'udy ' r.. i... i.... r.iA.. i .. ... w-ih huh "" ". ey '.' i'n preie-c- lien 11 ll II nitwi, ii tuui II I'UIJMIiriK" existed that iIree thta woman te de iihhIie did, then e the fellow that did It. .lir, tJCQll lurneu once mero te the. wltneiH; "Did Oijcar Resler's brother," hoi asked, "tell Mm. Jtesicr that 0car - A '.. WAtTAY $tl 18522 3 y Rosier Baby's Shoe Werth $1000 te Weman Llttle Richard Rosier, the three months-old eon of Mrs, Catherine Rosier, lest one of his small nheeS In the crowd that pressed about his mother and grandmother after the inquest. An old woman, who had been standing all through the trial, picked It up. Seme one naked her if she wcre net going te give it back. "I Wpuldn't take n thousand dol lars for it," ahe said, na she put it in her bag and hurried out of the courtroom. web untrue te her, mentioning this par ticu'ar stenographer?" "Yes." "Did Arthur say te Mrs. Rosier that his brother wanted him caught in u compromising position, be Oscar could get a divorce en that ground?" "Yes." "Did Mrs. Rosier ask you te go home with her, taking your baby, te stay and protect her while Arthur wau there ever the week-end?" "Yes." "Hew often did she tell you this Btery?" VrennxnMr KntnnHtnnti nnar the telephone, In an excited, nnd distressed manncr. Friday she was very much dcprcSBCt.' Vnltcr' Jenes, n Negro, Janitor of an office building at 1311 Walnut street, nuHrtA.l linf flilu ...,.. ..a !u nnm. bite the office of the Rosier Advertising Accncy. C... r- , . mi......, i e-w uw . j saw unpleasant thinga happen in I 'I Mr. Hosier's office." be said Mr. Scott te.d him te tell what "these things" were, but Mr. Seheileld objected. Before the Corener could rule en the motion the witness said lie had frequently seen a man nnd n woman embracing t-ach ether In the Heler office. He said the same man and wom an remained In the office most of the day. Mr. Schefield objected te the line of testimony nnd was upheld. Jenes wa'i excused. Mrs. rierencc Lambrecht, 4U Ridge field read, Stenchurst, testified that her home 'was close te the Hosier house. Mr. Scott asked if ahe knew el nny Imp pcnlngs that might have led t the double alaying. Mr. Schefield objected and was overruled. The witness said there had never been hnv trnuhli In the Hosier household un til Arthur Hosier went there te live. On one occasion, she Wild. Mrs. Rosier cal'cd her en the telephone and nbked her te come ever und see her. Mrs. Lambrecht said uhc could tell that Mrs. Hosier had been crying. She explained te Mrs. nosier that she was going into, the city ami Mra. Hosier arranged te accompany her. "Mra. Ret-ler told me she had nn tncacctncnt ti meet Miss Heckitt." the witness continued. "She said that r.lin t was going te nsk the stenographer te 'give up Oscar.' " Premised te "Give Rosier Up" Later the sarne day. Mrs. Lamhrwht proceeded, she again met Mrs. Hosier me tiiiincv with the stenegranher." "Hew often did you near airs, ltesier complain?" asked Mr. Scott. "She tee story raore man live tinyb a she happy or unhappy?" "She unhappy and nervous all tne Schefield said in cress-examln- ltness: "All thnt you have what Mrs. Hosier told you." then took the witness she tell you what Oscar Rosier about divorcing nor, or casting "She said her husband wanted her te turn the house ever te his brother ; Arthur, tie sain ne wanten te gi nu imlly before hj married his Iier." She Had Ilecn Drinking ve Fey. who saw Mm. Hosier Fifteenth nnd Locust Htrects sta- Htiiicd that he nsked her hew ice she drank before the sheet- rine rtplied that she had hud "several , .,' II- asked her if she wus n the habit r,r- ,,,i,in if 1Tui uh,x -taij Vi-h nt Sf "S ' ' ' nh . .j 103. it lrft.....t. . .. , tt,1 ' r4l.TA.1 ' "" "", '" m"" '"""' uv..u..i..H .. ""-i ! e.v.en. ''U!I", the mother of his baby, ing and lim-i-ient. tnwiKing tnat ur uany migiii Bireignten i hlm out, but It ceuldn t be 'done. 'I he woman does net live that ceu'd make j u man out of hlm. 1 tried hard enough, Ue r'0Wh'' l lm" aR1 "or ll F11 wni le "i""1 u nninurai, winning ner ei mi r'ehts, and she eald that she did net." . ............. front, directed backward and down- ""' i 11 1.1 "' V , ,""":"" a" "" i'""-" nm nfilreil t thnt u'liw t-hi" weAnnti nuil ' he reiillc.1 that it Was. Ah he worked , Jho mechanmm ,. leaded shell dropped I from the chamber. "I the gun leaded? asked the , Corener, "It is," r'ipllcil the doctor. -'"I ....... I MllftnuA vtnevA tl,, I.i, 11 -" w.hlrh n did. "Where was the wound that cHuid the dent h of Miss, Heckitt?" "In the irent upper part of the ab demen in the same position an the- .v...- . . -..-., ........ .... .ether, only n llttle lower. The co .rsc Whm downward te the left." "Which shot waa iirsd linst?" "The bullet In the man waa clean. thnt In the woman net, which Indleale'Hi4 that the man was the nrst enu shot." At the direction of Mr. Scott Dr WaiUwerth showed en his own body ' J ti,P IeInt (,t entrance of the bu'lets In 1 both Rosier and Mlsa Heckitt, and nlw,4 I I... n.n.1 , gt .vl, The Corener then directed the jur te return a verdict of death by gun', shot weundi iu the ense of Mi'H Reek, ill. inflicted by Mm. Hosier. Th" jury returned the veidlct accordingly. The Corener then enl'cd Mrw. Hosier te the wind, and the woman, holding en te her mother for buppert, was asked her full name and replied, "Cliith- ill lm. ltesier. VVrL.rk .1 xrxw lltmVI t.tU.l !. . I oner. "1& Kent read, Stenehursl." I "Hew old ure you?" "Twcnty-one "Where wern teu horn?" 'ipiit. burgh, Pa," Then tbe Corener committed Mw. Beiler and ihe fainted v ' At the words the woman fell bck- into her chnlf nnd grasped her mother. Mrs. Hosier left Meyamcnsing Prison nt Ave minutes after 0 o'clock this mernln. The young wemnn, who gave way te a frenxy of emotion when she was taken te view her husband's body en the day of his funeral, seemed calm nnd quiet when she left the prison today, On the former occasion her attorneys waited for her in n shining limousine with silver trimmings, her baby in the arma of n relative. This morning it wan net a limousine, but n police patrol, that waited for her, and net her lawyers, but Deputy Corener Jehn McCarcy, n district de tective nnd n patrol sergeant who were her escort. And for company In the patrol she had Frank Deris, who ap peared befere the Corener in another blinding nice. The trip te City Hall was made quickly, Mrs. Hosier chatting with Me Carey en the way. She nsked him many questions ubeut her chanccH of getting out en ball after the inquest. She talked about her llfe In the prison, and commented en the enre-frce atti tude of soma of the ether prisoners, es pecially the Negroes, Haying she envied their ability te take their treubha wjth a fmilc. The crowd had begun te arrive at City Hall very early, many being en hand in the north corridor of the sixth lloer by 7 o'clock, wncrc tne vjorenera court H fill tunted. Hut though the crowd was early, the police were earlier, and, there wna u heavy guard of the deer. Ne one get through except these who held aub aub aub poenaee in this or ether cases. When Mrs. Hosier finally arrived, shortly after 0 o'clock, she walked through the crowd without being rec rec ognised. The pale, wan woman in dark clothes, turban with red nnd blue band utiri dnrJe Lir coat sunned into mc room almost npercclved mid took a seat in cemw the court , ,mcJ. r0W( McCarev silting Dcsidu nor. Mr. Hosier eceunlcd her time reading u newspaper until 0:30 o'clock, when" she was tillicn te xioem uui iu mcti her mother and her Blstcr-in-luw. The mrMi.p lurid Mm. Hosier's baby. Mrn. Held brought n change of clothing for Mrs. Hea'ur.. he she could dress herself carefully for the trial. Great Crowd Gathers The crowd had grown greater in both corridor and courtroom ns the time set f r the inquest 10 o'clock approached. Se many persons were striving te get up te the courtroom that the guards en he firs!- lloer formed u line nt the cle cle vatern. The corridor en the sixth fleer looked like n crowded sidewalk nt a cir cuit parndi men and women e'bewlng for places in front, patrolmen holding the lines. Mru. Rosier, her baby In her nrnia, nnd her mother and stater-In -law en either side, emerged just about 10 o'clock from the room where she had dressed. Few In the crowd recognized her even wen. as me was usnerea quica y uacx took n seat en the irent row of the spectators' scats, with only the bras 'ail separating her from the inclesure where defendants sit. Mm. Rosier had en black uiees of r. dull leather, b'nek Mil: stockings, a black mourning dress, with black hat te match. and her b aclc fur coat, tier tace wa expressionless! and pale, the cheek bones a lttle prominent, anu tne eyea ar.ru clrclcd. Corener Knight nlrcady was in his place, prepared te hear Heme cases of lesser Importance. Dulls, who was ar rested in connection with the murder of Jehn Villano n llttlu mere than n week age In u rooming house near Tenth and Walnut streets, sat in the prisoner' deck. Mnrgarct Hastings, n witness in the same murder, sat directly In front of Mrs, Hosier, smiling, but with n bandage en her face. Mrs. Rosier looked at her curiously and pityingly. Later en, Margaret wept In byuipathy with Mrs. HeMer. While the deaths of two children were being inquired into briefly, Mrs Rosier took out n numing bottle and gave it te her baby. She undid the child's white cap and opened the litt c wlilte coat, trimmed with pink. He smiled up at her with big blue eyes when she offered him the bottle, and lay back contentedly. Just as he finished his bottle Corener Knight called for the witnesses in the ReMcr case. Zell Gees te Cell Boasting of Deals Continued fiem 1'are One pletcly, even my statement that lf 1 had been left alone a few months longer 1 would have been able net only te suye the bank, but te recoup the deprecla- tlens and te make the bank btrenger than when It wea organized. "Just before the bank closed I was adding depositors ut the rate of 250 a month. The bank was rated sixth In town nnd shortly would have been utill higher." His speculations, or "averagings," as he lnsbt'd he preferred te cnll them, were neither blind nor desperate. On the centrarj. they were carefully p'an ncii. nnu aiht u iimreuci study el tie Sjuculatleii or "averaging." Zell , rTI1i.im.(i. wn made n necessity bv the ! i rllta t whleh the bank's nsseta were depreciating. Ii ipertant lt"ma in this , IeprMatlun were the Liberty Bends In ' which the bai.'.t l.ad in'scited heavily . I'ubllu Sfiitlment Veering The wave of hltterncsj ngalnbt Zell ' Is beginning t , reced.- even among the depositors ivnev savingii are hanging th bulimc-. eft1 adjustment that lb being m.de by the State Banking Department. U reached Its climax just I before Judge Li.ndis gave the te-ntcuee. . " New Housekeeping Apartment Heuse Just Completed Southeast Cerner 16th & Lecutt Streets Absolutely Fireproof All modern equipment, re frigerator, laundry, separate maids' quarters. Many new features. Large and Small Apts. Entrance) Ne. 1530 Lucuit Philadelphia Impaction Invited Apply te Superintendent en I'reraiiet ,- a aentence harsher than is given tin Uily for murder tn the second degree, There. are ether factors that have helped in the awakening of n popular compnaslen for the centlct. Among these, of course, Ih the knowledge that the losses may in the end amount te very little. Anether is the fact that for most of eight years' rcsldcnce in Lancaster ell has been n part and parcel of the town's 'ifc. He was nlwaya n "hustler" nnd n "live wire," working for the betterment of the town. He wae n geed man in war-fund drives, Chamber of Commerce undertakings nnd civic betterment movements. IIH friends were legion nnd even his bleed relations in the County nre beyond counting. The fact that he voluntarily threw in the 'whole of his fertune of $.10,000, slowly accumulated In n prosperous community, In the eleventh -hour at tempt te cave the bank from collapse also mitigate bin effetife in the eyes of the townspeople j although there en cynical ones who prefesn te believe that he hau thousand! in safekeeping against the fine whn he exnecta te leave tilt penitentiary en pardon, "I am pcnnllesn," Zell declared earnestly, "penniless except for this.' He nulled u $5 bill from his pocket. "Thin was- given te me the ethei night. If I had wanted te I could have made off with u half million, but T stayed and let everything go te save the bank. They took Vvcn my wife's fur uiture, nnd the only reason they have net taken the cottage nt Ocean Oreve Is that the mortgage against it is heavv that the place cannot be sold." Zell's wife and two half-grown daughters have net been him since hlj. arrest last summer. "It would be tee painful," he bald. "It In tee had ; tee bad they must share nv ''lsgracc," Mrs. Zcll and her daughters are new at Ocean Greve. Ne "Conviction of Sin" . Although like most people about Lan caster. Zcll lian always been, eutwardl' nt least, u deeply religious man, and though he ntlll sits for bourn in his eel with his Hlblc, he seems te be witheji anything like what is ca'lcd "convic tion of sin." Certainly he la without remorse. The means he cIiemj by which te add te the bank's resources rua. lave been outside the law. hn cav.- frankly, but he feels them te have beer, juBttiu'ii ey tne enu, ns, nan no nnn hi directors net been detected, he would have been justified in results. Zcll, manae'ed te u sheriff, left Lancithtcr at 8 :B5 A. M. The train wa twenty minutes late and the convlctei man sat en n bench chatting with score et men. most of them Mcnnenltcs, wh grasped his hand and told him te "trus in iJed." As Zell atepped en the train some en called eut: "Take n long, long leek, Charlie lt'ti going te be your last for n leni: time"' Several persona en the train who knew him offered newnpapera nnd books but hu declined the gifts. He adid he preferred te watch the scenery. Th'- Sheritt unlocked the manacles when Ze! and he were seated. A big, prosperous-looking man with n lur-ceiiareu coat stroue in trem an etll0r car whe:, the train reached Rrea.. street. "Geed-by Chnrlie," he said, extend Ing his hand. Zell clasped the ether' -hand, paid geed-by and then walkci. from the train with the Sheriff. With the Sheriff and n dfpiity a fe steps behind hiin, Zell enretfil the sta tien restaurant and selected a table. lie erdcicd oysters, teup, mast perk anu several vegetables. Fer h.s?it he se lected Ice cream nnd mince pie. Zell asked te be allowed te walk t. the penitentiary, at Twenty-first Ktirc nnd Falnneunt avenue. The wish i. granted and, nftsr Ienvimi the Htntlei. en (he Filbert street side, he ntredc out the Farkwuy, unshackled. ,md with hi guards walking n few pace te the rear The former banker had no overcoat, and lie was asked if he would net be come chilled. He bitid he had been In the Lancaster jail In u poorly lieate.. i ell se long he did net mind the cold. Various buildings along the way at tracted the convicted man's attention He commented en the possibility of Falnneunt 1'ark site for the Sebqul Centennial. Ah he drew nearer te the prison walls ins euiiversuiiuu iiu " "c " the atmosphere of reed cheer that !! had tried te maintain. Aa be turned Inte Twenty -first street he saw the IiIk' stone walls and lie paused iuveluutnril. for u moment. He quoted a few line from Bryant's "Thanatepsls." At "the deer of the penitetitinry the Sheriff sent for Warden McKenty, whe waa In his office. The warden nppenici. -nneyed at the Sheriff's failure te turn Zell ever nt once te the receiving efh "Sit down ever there with the ra of the boys," McKenty directed Zell Then turning te the Sheriff the warden said : . t ,i "Banker or net we treat them all alike here." . , , . l l 'nn " ,XDn,fn,," him tea e a" him, de hlm ' dw", ."lif0 Ji Zell thnnueii tr.e &nerm ler tne ceur tn g00Q-D fermaline i r.siulrcd of every convict who enter the ulg prison, xue leruier uii i" with him Inte the penitentiary a small box containing a Bible and several book-, en telegraphy nnd stenography. - IF YOU LOVE -, FLOWERS yen wil! net only ba intcr cuteu In our great variety of Flo-were, but the LOW PRICES Century Flower Shep 112 S. 12th St. St ni . mi j. . '.ILja.l . - j 3:,ii;! II ill3 m ' I ' i t ,,... f Ai tJWtefcArAU., Vf JjS " frXdiHnu jjj, .