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MISS MASSETS MOVEMENTS. A witness who had hitherto played no part in the case gave evidence at North London Police-court on the 24th. November, when Louise Masset was charged, on remand, with murdering, her three-year-old son, whose body was found in Dalston Station. This was the attendant of the ladies' waiting-room on the main LIJI^^PLATFAPIN of the London-bridge Station, Ellen Reece, who accounted for more of Miss Masset's time on tho afternoon and evening! of. the murder. This witness stated that the prisonarand. a little boy entered her waitingroolll soon after half- past two, and LEF^A^OUT three o'clock. The same evening, about 10 minutes to seven, the, I prisoner was again in the waiting-room. She: went I to the door of the lavatory and asked for a towel, as I she wanted to wash, and after washing asked Mrs. I Reece for a clothes brush, at the same time inquiring what time the next train loft for Brighton. Mrs. Reece told her thafc the; train went at 20 past seven, and o.fferedLto,-brush her down, but prisoner took the brush herself, and then hurried off to the train. Witness, who spoke at times with some emotion, ,-aid that she had no dcubt as to the prisoner's identity. She had that morning identified her-among F about 20 women similarly dressed. Other evidence was given with regard to the black shawl in which the body was found, it being admitted that it was of ordinary pattern, and might have been sold in any shop in London. The young Frenchman, Tudure Lucas, with whom the accused stayed at Brighton, and also her brother-in-law, G. R. Siines, stated that the prisoner told them she went down to Brighton by the four o'clock train from London-bridge. To the last-named, when he asked her to tell the truth, she said: How do you think I could kill my own child ?" The prisoner behaved with the greatest composure until her sister, Mrs. Cadisch, was recalled. Then she broke down and wept. Mrs. Cadisch stated that the accused, who returned home on the Sunday night I remained in the house until early on the Monday J afternoon. It was also stated in evidence that the torn edga of the brown paper containing the child's clothes, found at Brighton, fitted that of a piece handed to the police by Miss Gentle^ the nurse. F Prisoner was remanded for a week.

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