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WORLDI 111JA1TUAT w r j j
> E MIY
E1LOCLED
G GERMANY
f eMinJ of Port San Carlos
> in Venezuela egarded
j ty Castro as a Deliberate
Attempt to Prevent an
Amicable Settlement
V
IflEW AS ACT OF BAD FAITH
3 1
Y + 2
Elation Is Felt However Over
1h
e the Repulse of the Panther in
I
i View of Her Former Record in I
< 1 > Amerlcan Waters i
i 1 I
k to
> CARACAS Jan ILThere In a Jtronc f
If billet In Government circles here trmt I
ii ti xJr by ordering the bombard
m tltotFortSan Carlo at Maracaibo
f lit klnB to avert i peoc able solution or
U1Ie dispute with Venezuela Upon no I
hrtheory say the adltom of Preitl
dwi Castro can the action of renewing
hostilities before the arrival of Minister
Bonen at ta hlnston be accounted for I
Castro knew that the attack wus ion
templfttcd On Jan 11 he rccelp a
letter laying that the German xruela
hid been Instructed to open fire
In icwofthll rejoicing over the re
pulse of the Panther has turned to u
fftllnf of apprehension and there Is
much alarm expressed In Government
circles over the new turn of nrfalrr
the oovernor of Martcalbo ieiorts
that the Panther nailed up to the en
trance of the harbor flying the Ociman
flag and when In range of inn farts
opined fire den George LJello In com
mand of the fort all In rJdlne and
leturned the fire from I 10 modern rtm
chine guns
l Tna reply disconcerted tile guniroat inn
for tome time she did not resunif in
c tiombirdtnett She tried to force the
nrraie of the channel but the water
t too shallow and bringing her guns
1 lr position aha resumed ho tllltle
AOei Hello replied with his full batten
alld for an hour shots wIre pxchaligetl
mu U saM that two men vhoard Hi
Panth were killed anJ several bully
r F waanda Tort SII Carlos suffered III
tjtt from the shells of th Vanthr snd
B only TWO of the garrison Ire wound l
WASHINGTON CIRCLES
DISQUIETED BY NEWS
It
WASHINGTON Jan 19ND advice
t have been received at either Llip Slau
ojNny Department reeardlni the ri
1tO poftcd renewal of hostilities bj tim
JPntnibiockadng Sleet In VencxueUn
Utl
J r Tho unofllclal Information that the
M wiLrailmn cruiser Panther had shelled tha
t if fotta at tho niouth of the Maracalho
J fiu River with a return flre from tho fortn
has proved dlsquletlne In Ulplomntlc
ercles It Is believed this new Imldnnt
may retard or prevent arbitration be
Etflel tween Venezuela liner the allies
The attack Is construed lo Indlcala
tiLt Germany hoc no intention of rats
log the Veneiuelan blockade at pres
ent
e
GERMANY THREATENS
11
TO PRESS BLOCKADE
BERLIN Jan 19ln the ReJchMig
nbday Treasury Scretary von Tnlel
Jrann In opening the budget debate
alluded to the Venezuelan blockade
lie Mid
t The appropriation for the nmy nan
not been Increased ly the Mockadr
which became necefsar through the
unfrlerHy MUtude to wit no Mrongei
pxpreelan of the Venezuelan Govern
ment toward our ncllHroundtil cnlma
The Government at first thought It
would be necasar to ask fut n supple
inentary credit but the vessels being
s near at hand the extra expense hal
ioL been great Wo do not know how
lone the blockade will continue and
11 may be nec sary to ask fot mon
later
Baron Speck von Blenthurr the
I United State Charge Affaires at
Washington left Benin to hlainhir
LI this etenliiK He alls for Now York on
i the JlambursAmMi LIne te inir
t AugustH Victoria tonurro Ai l < l
on Saturday the Heron asked for a
rg weeks delay hut the ForHgn Offlrr
thought he had littler proceed to his
pot Immediate The Dsronew nil
embark on the August Victoria atE
Cherbourg
E WANTED TO Oil
TOM L JOHNSON
But Counsel Wouldnt Let Sur
rogate Interrogate Cleve
j lands Mayor
t
H took exJudge Van Wyck Just ono
1 wlnute to finish his crowexamination
of Mayor Tom U Johnson of Cleveland
t > < lay In the lila of the suit of John
Ii eo A dww < U to recover liCOOOO alleged
tf1lLvt bee < vpent In building and oper
e ng the Nattau Electric Hallway In
klp
aurjp te James C Church took the
btp to corroboraU Johnson aa to lit
4nl of J gal work prepared by him
i lti jlnlif onsentu for the road
i U y UU itt me ask one question ot
t jftinilon I can Mrnlih you cQm
IjIsA Intormatlon said JUde Church
I t > m iiiivpi Nlcolls nrst question
a < VJtbr Nlc llpor exJudg Van
WMt P4lId willing and Ihe Brooklyn
witntlllo lt along without an
r J4 pn flutstlon
ott rei i lnea jn court an
W4tpr n hin more
r f t
I
BOILER USES ON
S1 tOUiS CHOKED
Engineer Writes Government
Bureau of Inspection Saying
tho Damage Was Caused by
Ovcrhammering at South 1
ampton Before Ship Left
i There
I
Cept Barrett representing the tnlted
I
Slates Government today commenced
a personal Inspection of the boilers or the
Bt Louts and his report will be com
pare with thit of Capt Pasioiv and
ETnrlneer Pbllo
Thr Aliliix HoBlnrrrs nrpcirt
In response t < > Captain Hsrrett de
mand ota full written report on the
condition of the St loulst hollers
Chief Engineer John 1hllv itetn toda
the followingJester nf explanation
Capt Thus n Banett I 8 Local
Jnspeotor of Bteam Vessels
Dear Irlr regard to the long pas
sage of he steamship St loiils I beg
lo state that the rsuse of her delay nas
the chnkliiK tip of the holler tubes on
the ore f side The tube leaked In tin
hack tube sheet Thi > only cause for I
this Is to be found In the fact that thej
tubes were hammered too much In the
different hoxra while the ship nas In 1
port at Southampton This hammering I
itarted a number of IIIbell In the back
tube sheet and caused all the trouble
Shortly after the thlp left Bouthamp I
ton wa found that we wer using a brie
quantity lit r feedwater On the second
day out 1 found the lube Were gutting
lltid up rapldl I had to draw the
tires anrt Kt the hollera coal down to
allow the men tn clear the tub a from
the hick enJ This operation took on I
an average or about twentysix hours
for each boiler Only one man wti
burn J durlnj this cooling down Ills 1
Injury pas duo to ij own CAfeIUln
In openinfr an air valve t luslpg the fire
to Won hack snd burn his arm
Only one tube burst Ths accident
happened when the ship woe In Xoirt I
Port D K n The lube nas slopped
and the end burned off the tube stopper
and ramo out We had to draw the
fires Immediate h Ihls took place at t
A M on Jan 12
Tjie reason why tihs stenni presMirfl
tai ridilr il lea < l > ec iu we dirt nut
want to Wiredraw the steam as 111 nh
talne bclier sulN rom nut doIng so
Thb bolleis ate as 541 now ns far M
t lrencth nll iluratilllt Is nlCiiilCl a o
they ver when tlie > were billlt
When we left flfitlthanipton we did
not have the s Ithtes Idea uf this trou
ble In atom for ua M > assUlam n
glneera arc all competent men and hod
inlet Anflii cr t Uinses The agr < e
with mo In arsertlhg thU It was Im
piisnlhls 10 know the condition tif the
boilers when we left th otherside
I Vout lety VeipectftHI l
JoHN rillll Chief engineer
Capt liarrett says he II not satisfied
Mth the report sod nlll Institute tt
Government Investigation to determine
the advlraMllty of withdrawing the
ccrtllUate of Capt Pow Engineer
Ihllp and the other officers of the line
Ument A Urhcom refuseil to say
anything about the Investigation
The Bt louts will be sent to Phil
dellhlA tomjrrow afternoon for necei
sary repairs Is the only repty hr
mckee to all Inquiries
A conference of the committee ap
pointed bj the pauengem of the belatrd
steamer Ut Louis to prepare suit for
damages against the American lint will
be held today In the ACtor Home The
committee la composed ot Cnjit A I
Lloyd nnd Louis U Burnt of Ualll
more the Jtev Arthur Crane ot Au
gusta and C W Uonyoge of London
They will meet in room secured by
he llev Mr Crane and will consld
he reports to be mad by Capt Lloyd
and Mr Bernel both lawyers who have
spent the time since their arrival Bat
urday In looking up the law under
whlcn they are tu proceed
Umerniurut lakes a llnuil
rhe United dtates aovernment hat
taken a Hand In tnu At LtiI5 matter
nd u repot h < u yeen tailed for trum
eant k M iasiuB ana inter Engi
neer Jonn inllp ot toe at Loult La pi
ieter U 1etne and Caot i nomai n
iiarretl local inspeotor ot steam VfA
eem with otllces m the Uuvernment
Uulldlnc Visited the At Louis after her
arrival Saturday and called Capt JaJj
iuw 11111 Cnlof Knglncer Ilnlp Doforo
hem Cant 1etilu saw tuas that be
taw not aatlsfled with the aniwert
EngIneer Ihllp mad6 tu ha questions
and ordered him to make a full written
report to bo submitted today
un a lOmparUnn or thIs report with
the englneeii the lloveminent iniptc
tore of steam vessels will decide
what action If any la tn oe t kJn
against the ofnoera ut tho St Louis cr
the officials of the company It IK poi
Bible lor the Inspectors to withdraw the
ctrtlflcate under which Capt Iatsaw
I s a rmvlgator If this II dan lu can
not secur another commlistoa Jin
same ia true with respect t nnelnter
Ihllp and the other officers nf the Ine
The Bt Louis Will go to Philadelphia
tomorrow or WednewJav to have her
new boilers put In The bojlri lila
read but It will take several months
to put them In and replace tho ilecki
Other repairs are to ba male on till
ihlp by her builder the CraMjii and It
Is said that she cannot again trtt Into
commission until summer
A S HAWLEY DIES
IN THE STREET
Cmliler nf th Water Tax nepart
meiit AtlarUnl br AOplr r
Cashier Arthur H hawley of the
Water Tax Department was lelicd with
an attack ot apoplexy this afternoon
while walking along the Tlro 4way side
of the PoatOnlc Building lie stag
iered Into the corridor where h died
Before aid could be summoned
Ilawley was a striking prsonsg tall
and lommandlng In appsarance fie en
tered the Water 1Itrnu In 117V and wsi
Mil expert accountant ne was a veteran
ot the civil war although cnly nflyne
years of ale
STEAMSHIP IN COLLISION
Old Oliulnlin Rums Brlioosirr 0 f
Vlnranl llaveu
Ipcli1 to The BTtnloi Went
VINEYARD HAVBN Mesa Jin II
The steamship Old Dominion from Nw
York for Boston returned here this
Afternoon after havWr twn In oolHUon
off tM Hlahliinijl Cape Cod lut niftt
ltha b It lv ramUd chon ef IIIIU
unknuWI
IM tWr 1 w n4t4 110
t
fiw t e
ttrn T
I
I
POLICE COMMlSSlbNER GREENE MAKING I
AN JNSPpCflONTOWtN HIS AUTOMOBILE
tEARS FELT FOR
STEAMSHIP LAHN
Efforts to Refloat Her Are Unsuccessful
Friends of Her Immigrant Passengers
Are Anxious Concerning Their Safety
I OIORAITAR Jan IIrhe North Oer
man Ilojil steamship Latin Is still hnrl j
and fast on t sand bank near Tunsra
and as long as the wilt remains In the
pirsetlt quarter there II no danger to I
hi hundred saloon and seven hundred I
steerig paeCtflera
Among the American nhn sailed for
Ne York on Iha Uahn are Ionltiiej
Hlgelqw Richmond Pearson Cnltnt
1 RmtM Minister to Penlo i the Rev F
Ijinsoli IAJor J Irons Dr Dwight
1 Orciitt lllai Carolina Adams and part
r a Berrv Miss Julia Cowan C I
iKajmond Mr and Mrs J C Taylor
and Mr and Mrs rtoblnson
1 I
n ifnsuc csfiil attempt wit mrtrie
thl mornlnr refloat tim Lnhn Her
I argo In rapidly being tllnclmtcpd Into
lighters Some of the passenger HMe
t landed but the majority ate still dn
bosnl <
The Lahn Qapt Mnlchow command I
I Int hits aboard nearly 100 Amerliunt II
1
I
PERILS OF OCEAN TRAVEL AS
I EXEMPLIFIED WITHIN THREE DAYS
American liner 31 Louts at Ilea thirteen and n half days with leaky
boilers and the passengers on Khort rations j
North German lloyd liner Lalm on the rockfl of the Island of
runara In tho Mediterranean with ptisgengeB for a time In grave
tlttnger
North Gprmjxn Lloyd liner fain with 18lv passenger on fire an
site Marts for Europe today
Old Dominion liner Old Dominion In collision with a schooner off
Ciipe Cod today itnd toropeUad to put Into Vineyard Haven
Steamer Upnpa from Cardiff to Cork foundered off Dallycotton
Ireland yeaternay All crtw and paBflongera eorne thirty persons lost
C
iWOOOBURY SAYS
i HELL GET EM
I
I
Terribly Exercised Over the
Lawless PushCart Men the
Commissioner Swears to
Have Their Scalps
FOR WE MUST BE CLEAN
1 am going to make rm department
work along the lines of the least reo
Istanc e said Street Cleaning Com
mlstloner Woodbury emphaslilng the
statement with a vigorous grinding of
his right flat Into the palm of his left
hand
handHow
How do I purpose doing If Ihla
lIIa > air In this manner oIl Will
> ou kindly step to this window Sen
thtrel I < ook down there What do you
ei7 Kitllt stand ntwcpaper stands
combination lands and UIhere are
evnal pushcarts I am alter nil thai
fellows They must go and the
Majors eyn glared as he Indicated
with sweeping gestures the citys pano
rama as seen from his offices near the
ton of th tall Park now Building
Crusade Of course its a crusade
No man on earth could Keep New
Yorks streets u clean as I Intend to
lIep them
t am going to begin war on push
cart mill vender and keoptrs of stands
who pefiiltt In vlolsUng the city ordl
ntncei by littering the streets with ref
UM old pawn and odd and end which
nil men have afttnrard to tMh r ana
pick up
IMost ot UMAX fellow hv no par >
mlt WI aa IneamTflere Is an old
Uw wWoh dat baok to 1H7
il C otc YI OSM But I propos
oUt lt4oit i HIat
e 118t Itt1V a
I
t
j i 3 I 1
from Italian winter renorts and many
immigrants In the steerage The United
Stairs criilset llartfonl nhlch with the
I Mrltlsh Admiralty tug tincigettc worked
at UMJ jiaterduj III LrY1I tu pun tao
lahli oIL tho bunk was uioufcu iJ till
0110111I IldRHnKtrd
capt jiaichun1 halt msdo a jtatenient
In tvntch he aSys that during rim hick
euinei nun u Heavy lulu trie chili
ran on the anil uunk ln > < naxlnuui
believed mat ho was clear or no buiks
Anil thought hu was enleing tho tJIbra
tar hannel when the ship Htriiilc
Tile lahn whIch has liuin i i t > ie
tfillierrunertn servjee if the North
amniin Ilo > d left Utiioi Jail u ind
woe din hen on Jan J6 lIelwm CL iioii
and New York the Inn iitnljfly I
topp J at Naiiief and Ulrali r Most
of her too iinloon pansnngei boarde
< r nl Naples Jim yowl which was
built In Uliiwow In IS57 Is of 2419 tons
register llii length Is MS feet beam
H3 tm and draught L7 feet Her Hat
of oftliiTa Include E Malchow corn
mundtir J Helncks chief oftlcur Dr
V Snrke physIcian E Schroeder
I elite engineer P Buetcr purser and
It Stolte chief cowarl
I
tine or CLOCK
SCARfO THIEVES
They Thought It Was a Burglar
Alarm but It Was a 69Cent
Waterbury Set to Wake the
Watchman
LEFT TOOLS BEHIND THEM
AccampllsliNl Mifebloweri with ft kit
of modern tools Attempted to blow two
I safes In WllllimsburK today and failed
In each being frightened away In one
place by an alarm clock which founded
a monifiit after they exploded a charge
III the safe lhf > evidently mistook It
for a burglar alarm
They had broken the > padlock on the
front door of thu wholviile liquor store
of levl Jtoienton No IIi Metropolitan
avenue WIlllanisburK and sifter drilling
two hole In the safe which contained
about > 5iOO they Inserted sticks of
dynamite and wrapped the ute In cloth
itt they found In thu office which they
soaked nth water to deaden the sound
of the exploilon
Just aa Ihe explosion went off the six
tynlne cent alarm clrck which awakens
Max Llpman the watchman on tho
second floor aomvded and It It btaleveU
the burglar took this aa s burglar
alarm IItI off by toe explosion and Uie >
departud so speedily that they left a new
fins atttel drill two new jimmies and
some modem Implements tor breaking
Into Bates The explosion did not open
the safe and the burglars secured notb
In Shortly before this burrlars forced Iha
aide door ot the KIng PTnt Manufactur
lag Coxnpm rpadway cad Durham
PltLee Wut to toro the door of
tile safe Jlraatta itfalld Thai
rs 7 i
J
tt Ika
III 1
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HELLOLOOK OUT
FOR A SNEAK
This Warning Came from the
Police by Phone While the
Fellow Referred to Was in
pr Fords Office
HAD PLANNED TO STEAL
Dr A W Ford n police surgeon Ilv
IIIK at No 2H Clliton sheet Brooklyn
dlnel some friends nn Saturday after
noon Ills guests had Just left when
there came a ring nt the door bell A
servant answered the call A man
stood un the stoop lIe asked for the
doctor
The doctor Is at home answered tnt
servant Step In
Never mind said the man 1 only
wanted to Iene a call
Dr Ford hod been listening to the
conversatIon and he Brew suspicious
COMIC In he called to the man
No I only wanted you to come and
ate n sick woman on Clermont avenue
Well come In anyhow I want tc
talk to you
The man cum Into the doctors office
In n sheepish sort of way and the doc
tot Invited him to alt down
No I hnc no time to spare sOld
the man
Sit down 1 want to talk to > ou
The man sit down very reluctantly
Now said the doctor sternlj
what was this purpose of jour call at
my hou e 0
I told you I came to leae a call
retuinid the mm
you didnt do anything of the kind
You came to see whet you could get
Dilitors Tlirc t nlnit muff1
All this lime Ilio doctor waa fumbling
In a drawer of his Mak In orrder to < > oli
V ey the Impression that he had a
weapon concealed here The man sat
waichlng him nneasllj when suddenly
the telephone on the doctors desk rang
It was 11 call from Police Headquarters
warning him to beware of A snealt thief
who was making the rounds of phjsl
dane offices
Describe him Mid the doctor and
over the telepnone came a description
of the man who sat In front at him
Send down a plain clt > fhea man right
away aid the doctor 1 have Rot
the man you want
The man sitting In front of the doc
tot grew palo and moved na If lo get
out of his chair
Sit still commanded tan uoctor
What la your graft Are you a eec
ondstory man or only a plain aneak
I take anything I can get replied
the man sullenly
Dr Ford sat talking to the man for
some time telling him that his picture
was In the Rogues Gallery and that tAi
had been measured by the fiertlllon s
um and that h knew all the time that
he < was a thief Then the plain clothes
man came In
Better put the nipper on him saM
the ddcotor he is K desperate char
acter
The plain clothes man went away with
his prisoner and Dr Ford gays a
sigh of relief The dootor had only re
cently arisen frwn jI lick bed and was
very weak lie haa no weapon of any
kind anJ he had captured the man
through sheer force of will
lie JI a Voted Bntaki
The man who turned out to be a
noted sneak ttuof WAS arraigned III the
ButUr 81rret Court on a charge of
vagrancY He was Immediately rear
rested on a charge of larceny by de
tectives from headquarters
The thIef raid he waa George Jlunroe
The voile lay that Munro haa bUn
known as Ojorgfl Morris and that hU I
picture II In the Rogues Gallery
Maria Ward a domeiille employed by
Dr Joseph Kene of No 64 Greene ave i
flue Identified Munro as the mall who
In last September railed at the doctor1
office and stole clqthlng and jewelry
worth 100
Mrs Miib Coohran wife of Dr
Cochran at Na 71 Bt Marks place also
Identified iMunroa aa a mAll who calird
on her husband one day and stole iw
worth of property
Miinra nrrd a y6ar In Prison In 187
for robbing Mrj Dr Jenny J31li of No
87 haled street On July ho waa een
tenced to four years In prison for rob
bingr Parker of No Kl JJcDonough
al ret
r t bttvre Hunroos vlaU to tM pfflo
of Or ran ft man anaworlng his de
scription with the scepUon that hi
to 4 ft J HteO barl eJ4 tthe offlc
oTl > r William UfljUn at > a M Rm
ten steaM igDl WL d oC 111u
oyeeooaW i ea JeHwe4 W a
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MPT ANON
1 PUr ON TRIAL
I Arraigned Before Commissioner
Piper on Chargpsotfailing to
Close Disordltfy plapes in
East Seventeenth Street
Co >
I
OSBORNE Is 6 TO
r b
r
I
After being under charges jf neglect
or ditty and also under Indictment for
fourteen month Capt James < Qnnhon
formerly of the Rut Twentyaond
Mreet station win put on trial at Police
Ifeirlaimtera today Deputy Commis ¬
sioner Piper nrejlded at the trial Ad
ditional Interest was given to the aRe
by the appearance of Assistant Mrlrt
Attorney Osborne to prosecute Uamion
He waa Trusted bv AiuNtant District
Ufnrnev Bftnforrt who participated In
this raid on the Webster Hotel In East
iftvi nt entji street which leii to thu
j formulating of the charged Uannnn
I
bflna found In the house when the
raiders appeared
The neglect of duty In thin caw Is
alteRed to consist of Gannons failure
to close up certain disorderly houses
of which the Webster Hotel li alleged
to have been one The first witness
wan Henry Wolfsohn of No 131 Eait
I Borntt nth street who gave testimony
118 to the character of the home com
I plaJnod otHe said he had appealed In
vain to Cap Oannon to have the place
I closed A letter signed by one hundred
persons which was SCOt to banion
corhplalmni of the place wan put In
evidence
III Sarah Btaims or No 17 Eist
Seventeenth street also testified about
thin house She said that shn an
women taking men In there from the
streets and that her board l8 were
Often kept awake until 2 and 3 clock
In the morning by the ribald music
Charles nicholi the cabman who
drove the Assistant DistrictAttorney
and the raiders to the Webster Hole
on their raiding party snore that no
I
one entered the house after the party
relit III Indicating that Gannon mtit
have been there before the raiders ar
rived
Rudolph Drejmnnn ot No H > East
Fifteenth street wnii called n a njt
nets He call that ho nan onn of the
rignere of the petition for relief sent
oy the residents of the vlonltj to Ciipt
Ounnon
William Iustgerten a clerk In the
I Wl r Department and Cnarles n
Palm n special officer for the Lon
Inland Ilallroad Comf > an > testified to
having iiccertalned tho inuructeir nf
ho Webvter Hotel In till while cni f I
In securing evidence tot the Commttee
of Fifteen
FARRELL MUST TELL
ABOUTGAMBLIING
V 5
Justice Leventritt Confirms Jus
tice Scotts Order to Testify
in Roger L Barstows Suit
If Frank Farrell has < iny Information
that will help noser I Damon Jr
to prove his taco In hl wilt against
tarrill James Kenned Frank liar
bridge and Gottfried Walbaum alleged
proprietor of the Ccmmerclel rioiks
Club to recover 111000 he says he losl
at faro end roulette lie hal got to
furnish It
Justice lpventrltt to decided today
denying Charles L Hoffmans motion
to vacate Justice Ucotls Older to Far
rell to limit to nn examination by
naiMons lawyer for fact needed by
ItarMow In beginning hie suit
Farrell denies that he IB a partnei
or the rthem In the club which has
a JJOOOOO art guJler in West Thltty
tItled street and If It u leally and
truly a wicked gambling home he
doesnt knon It
An appeal will be token frcm Jus
lieu Leventrltt ilertaton
J
KILLED BY WOOD ALCOHOL
TITO t oinen unit n MMII Niiirunili
from Drlnklna Uqnor
Ai iiANY Jan 9Sanford Van
Kandt airs Martin Stalker and Mrs
Jtachel Brooks living near Thompsons
lAke fifteen mile from here died to
day from drinking wood alcohol
Thl Ttliphont
a IMIle thIng
that dm big things
if lUll cost
for full Information the
Contract Department
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MeD widow of the lat J inui HuoHr
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DetectiveSergeant William B
Welsh Wounded at the Black
Cat Restaurant Sinking at
St Vincents Hospital
BULLET REMOVED TODAY
U tectlteS rgesnt William B Welsh
of DIstrlotAttorney Jeomee staff Is
dyIng In St Vincents Hospital The
bullet which he received Friday night
during an Altercation In the Black Cat
restaurant In Went Broadway was reo
rrotol this morning from his neck the
suigaons performing the operation pro
ipunonj his condition to be critical
He msy rot live through the day
was the omment of House Physician
Dr Brailshnn oi leaVIng the operating
table
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The detective nan illecd to he In a
fair way to recovery until early to day
when Inflammation set In After a con
nltJlon of pnslclnns It was decided
h remove the bullet The opemtlon
wm performed bv Drc Walsh and Stew
art visiting Murgeonl assisted b > PI
n rat ha
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Ihi wound was fouid to be rerj
much jnflanied and tbueae was danger of I
gangrene The bullet had passed Into
the li from tim rlgnt side of the neck
and cjttlnv through tne centre of th6
windpipe nan lodged in the muicles on
the left side 01 Ie neck An IncUlon
was nrndo on the left ide and Hftur
alur
poP probing the bullet was drawn
forth
I With a former comrade In the Astor I
Bfltteij John Hutchlnson and two at i
tnrhci of the DistrictAttorneys Of I
nee DefectiveSergeant Welsh got Into I
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I 1 dispute over the payment of a check I
for drinks and food While he was being I
r attsked by Francois Scherler the pro
nrlctor In front It Is charred that
Josephine the latters wife shot him
rom the rear Both arc under arrest
pending the result of Welshs Injuries
CHILD WITNESS
AGAINST fATHfR
Little Girl Describes on the
Stand How He Murdered Her
Mother While Drunk
Con uUod with eor and horror a lit
te girl lotiuv eut In the witness stand
III the Court of General Sessions and
talc i story thnl will in ell probability
send hcr taI r to tno electric chair
Tic fathci G orr Slater a butcher
of No 22 Clarkson street wan on tTlM
for murdering his wife Iao 14 I
night of Juno 29 Ian When Ms ten
jouolJ daughter iltary wal brouslit
tli by 1 e prosccuUnff attorney dialer
gloftiM so naclrigiy that the child
neirly collnpsed
IIi
Papi came home drunk that nIght
she Hnally told < he jury Oh so drunk
and eskedtcar mamma I painted to the
Xjcdrojm and lie threw me sway an
started In Rut mamma heard him coming
ing ran Into the kitchen jid atvte1
Dieting on her shoti Hhe wanted to
get CUVAJ Papa always beat her o mo
when he got drunk
Papa sniggered In anJ pulled out 1
big knife < from his poctcet land truck
mamma on the head fiha cried tlC
and saId she would
exerytnlng In < get the
police
That seemed to tiake papa awful
marl lie took the knife up and stuck
It In mamma head Oh I was ter
rible The child 8 so overCOme with
the horrible memouy that she could only
cry and thin Cout had to watt until
seme friends soon d her
Continuing thu little girl said that
her father excl tmed Now get jour
cops and agalr tao his wife who
fell II the floor cijlng
I tried to pull the knife out ild
the child but It wolIla1ii come ant
then pupa pulled It oul I ntw afraid
and Inn
he would kill mn an I ran out In
street The arrested papa
The caae II non with the jury
To tfie aurprlM of almost every one
In the courtroom the Jury after toelns
out only five mmutefl brought In o
verdict of manslaughter In the fret de
gree Justice iMoMahon remanded the
prisoner until Monday for sentence
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