The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 7, 1930 · Page 3
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 7, 1930
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FRIDAY MARCH 7, 1030 THE DAILY COURIER, CONN1 LLSVILLE, PA\ FIND BODY OF MURDER FIEND Long Hunted aa Slayer of i Missouri Farmer and v 3H)St Wife. , i Kansas Cltv, Mo --A mystery angle In the death of George Hontettor, fort v o n p j e a r - o M hunter and trapper, ac- i used of the murder of Mr. nnci Mrs Albert Weddle nt their farm home 12 miles norlhenst of Independence, November 8, followed nn examination of t h e roan's body. A postmortem conducted hy Tr C fO Krlmmlngar, deputy coioncr, re- ^cale(^ Hoatetfei's throfit hncl been cut hut no blood win discovered on the man's hunting knife found In his pocket. Hostctter*« body was found recently partly concealed under hny In a barn on the farm of Jnmes Newhouse, 14 mllcti northeast of Independence, when. Newhouse weat to th« bnrn for the first time ^Inr* last Aupist. The man had been dent a month or six weeks. First Believed Sutcida. It was bellied prior to the postmortem that Hostetter had committed suicide bv shooting himself. T'o bullet wonnds tscre found in the body, however. Beside Hostetter's body were found two .45 callher revolvers and a shot- KUn, believed to be the one he used In the assassination of Mr. and Mrs. AVeddte. The bnrn where the body was found li nearly n tnlf mile from the Newhouse farmhouse It Is In n secluded district surrounded on three tides by woods where Hoitetter Is believed to have roamed since the double killing on the WetWlc farm. Hostetter, "the bad man of Six Mile," a community northeast of Independence, was the object of one of the most inlerishe man hunts ever stased In Jackson c o u n t y fnllowlnc the murder of Mr and M -s Weddle For more t h a n a \\eek deputv sheriffs and a pofse of farmers searched the old h n u n i q of the Jesse Jamcft pane in the secluded, wooded regions In the nortnc.i .t part of the county. Hoitefter. v,ho had been accused once before of murder, had boasted he r^er would ho taken alive. The posso w a s prepared to stage a battle to the finish w i t h him Many slpns that the fninlthe hafl lurked In the i l c l n l t y after the double killing at the Weddle farm were found by tr-e man hunters Hostetter, !t is believed, murdered Mr. nnd Mrs Weddle hy flrtnjf two charges from his 12 gauge shotpun through a window of their home because of their opposition to his plan* to marry Mrs Weddle's cousin, Miss Mary Jane Hunter, forty-two jeari old, who owns with her sister. Miss Maud Hunter. * 1G.' acre farm In northeastern Jackson county. Object to Marriage. Abont a weok before the murders the Hunter sisters asked Mr. Weddle to aid them I n dividing tholr fana Mary Hunter wanted her share of the property In order to marry Hostetter, it Is said. Mr. and Mrs. TVe-ddla both objected to a division of th« farm and the proposed man-lag*, de ··taring Hostetter desired to marry only to get control of. Miss Hunter's I Immediately after the murders suspicion pointed to Guorge Hostetter Bloodhounds followed a trail from thg scene of the Mayings to the Hunter farm and then to Roy Hostetter's farm where George had been living. There wns evidence Oeorge had made n hasty departure. Murder warrants vter* sworn out for him. Girl in Cuba Is Seen to Rise From Coffin Havana.--Tun Havana Post reported that the town of Baracoa had been deeply stirred by a girl who had risen from her coffin about which the mourners were gathered. The girl was Adelalda Delgado, sir- teen. Physicians had pronounced her dead. She was prepared for burial. Physicians called In after the gitl'a second collapse decided that she was dead bejond all question, but that the first time she had appeared so she must have bad a cataleptic coma. 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