Joseph Banks's wife, Rosie is killed - 5 year old daughter 'is out at board in the nieghborhood'
POLICE SUSPECT A VISITOR ., Look for Stranger Who Called on Thunday Night Companion Who !, . Gave the Alarm Arrested. Joseph Bank, re turn In g from a night ; spent !n a Turkish bath yesterday 'morn- 'morn- ' "1ng found th door of his two-room two-room two-room flat ' "pn the thJrd Door of the tenement at 1T7 Stanton Street, between Clinton and Attorney Attorney Streets, locked on the Jnuide. lie . went outside on a fire-escape, fire-escape, fire-escape, and. look-. look-. look-. inc through a window, saw the woman, tiamed Kose. with whom he lived, lying n,th floor In a pool of blood. He could iw wound in her neck. Banks called "'to her, but she did not answer him. ; Banks rushl down stairs, crying "Mur der! Help! llobbers! He ran to the office ot Henry Ussner. at TO Essex Street, and told hi in what he had seen. Lissner called a policeman from the Eldrldge Street Sta-t!on. Sta-t!on. Sta-t!on. and he and Banks went to the third floor,-back, floor,-back, floor,-back, and "broke down tfc door. ' hying on the floor of the Hvlny room '.' was Rose Banks. . Slie wsre only a che-7 che-7 che-7 raise. In" one hand was some hair, which ' the had evidently torn from the person MWho haI attacked her. 6he had been , flead seveml hours. .7 -'. -'. Tto murderer had evidently driven a long knife Into her throat and pulled it out-quickly. out-quickly. out-quickly. The police could not find the weapon. They concluded . that sho l,a1 been lylnr across the foot of tiie Vcd, and that she had got up, or had r, been' pulled up. by the person who killod her. Across her face was a pillow, which 'had stifled her cries. , " - . On the- the- floor were several partly obliterated obliterated blood-sulned blood-sulned blood-sulned footprints. Eehlnd -wvtne sink In the kitchen were four towels, 'hlch had been used In an attempt to rlp the floor clean. The footprints led "toward a fire-escape, fire-escape, fire-escape, Annie KIssIer lives In the other two-room two-room two-room rear apartment with her husband and several children. She said that none t'i f her family had heard any noise during the night, nor had any one else in the house. - .After a severe examination, Joseph 'Banhs said that he and the woman had been together on Thursday night until about 11 o'clock. She bad with her at that time In the room, he said, a man . . h didn't know, Banks said he decided 10 spend the night In a Turkish bath and yni away, leaving the woman with the i ttnknown man. Urn did not see her again, he aald, until he went bark nome yeater-' yeater-' yeater-' tiay m.irnlng. t - -Kmploves -Kmploves at the Turkl.Jli bathhouse, whlcli Is tn CldriUse Ktreet, n-ar n-ar n-ar Houston,, Houston,, corroborated Hanka's statement that V." i the night there. Hanks at Y -first -first declared he was an expressman; L La . r tn1. he. " been an expressman. -rut -rut wasn t doing anything now. The) . tounle have) a nv.vr.ni.l i,it,).iM "but they kept her out at board in thej " Banks was held as a material witness. Gapt. Carey of the Homicide Bureau Is Jaclined to believe that ha did not kill the woman. The police are looking for the unknown visitor. ...... .