lottie hammaker 1909
the - today be. the for the a be not the trial on between and of - the in conduct was War Sen Two Trials For Murder This Term William Red and Lottie Hammaker to Face Jury In Three Weeks PROSECUTION STARTS MONDAY, MARCH 15 District Attorney Weiss and Assistant Stroup Will Conduct Cases Both of the murder trials schedule ed for the March term of Quarter Sessions Court will be disposed of on the week commencing March 13. These trials have been postponed through two quarter session terms, both being originally on the trial list for last September. Luka Zareovic was also listed for that time. Zare - ovic's case was disposed of last term but the case of May Harvey and tho retrial took up so much time that It was necessary to hold the murder trials over. District Attorney John Fox Weiss said this morning that both murder trials would undoubtedly be disposed of this term. William Red, who mur dered a fellow workman at the Wal - tonville quarries last August will be - prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Michael E. Stroup. Lottie Hammaker, accused of the murder of her infant child will be prosecuted by Mr. Weiss, himself. It is the intention of tho district attorney to start one of the murder trials the first thing Monday morning. Just which one he has not yet decided, but he expects it to be William Red. Both defendants have been languishing in the Dauphin county jail since the middle of last summer, aud it will be with relief, for them, that their trial will come this term. The warden at the prison has had little trouble with either, as both are model prisoners.