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questioning from Att'y Healy, he told in a quiet voice, of newsboys cut in the face with knives and newspaper drivers shot at by strikers. "At one time there were between 60 and 70 Hearst employes in the Grace hospital," "he said, "One that was hit in the jaw with a club had to have his jawbone taken out. An other had his eyeball 'slashed by a knife and lost his right eye. Another had a leg broken. "It was this danger that made 'em give us guns. "Everybody in the Hearst building had a gun. Starkey told me to go over to the chief of police and I went over there aniTgot a star and a certificate as a special policeman. When I came back to the office, Starkey pointed to a big pile of "revolvers on his deskiand told .me to take one. I did. He said I could carry the gun at work and then home with. me. We all had guns so we could shoot back if anybody came at us. "I didn't see nothing wrong any way at all on Conductor Witt's car till we got to Fifth av. and Washing ton st. I was on the front platform with my brother Ed and Friedman. Two things happened all of a sudden. The jnotorman stopped the car and Friedman shoved his gun out of the front window and told a mob that had come ta stand back. The shoot ing began. Somebody hit me in the back. I dropped to the floor and crowled into themiddle of the car. I saw a dark form standing in -the front door. He shdt-twice. I thought he was trying to shoot my brothep Ed. So J fired two shots at him." He said he could not identify the "dark form" in the front door. SUCH A FOOLISH QUESTION "Tell me," he sighed "tell me, beautiful maiden, what is in your- heart?" The Vassar girl gave him a look of icy disdain -and thenyouchsafed the monosyllable "Blood!" N. Y. World. ' PROBE INTO SJXTY BURIALS MADE IN PRIVATE PLOT Pittsburgh, Pa., April 14. 'Invest!-' gation is being made into sixty burials in the private plot of Under taker 0. J. Goetz, in the United Ceme-i tery, at Westview. At the same time examination was being made of all' burial permits issued to Dr. C. C. Meredith, head of the Bellevue Sani tarium. Goetz, who buried Mrs. Myrtle Alli son for Dr. Meredith, after her death . in the Meredith private maternity in stitution, has toldDistrict Attorney PL H. Jackson that not less than three-score persons have been'inter red in the section of ground held by him. . . , The body of Mrs. Allison, had been placed right against another casket. It was reported but not confirmed that Goetz had confessed to hating conducted many funerals for Mere dith. He said: "I was often called at night and had no cause to be suspicious when sent for to bury Mrs. Allisoq." Any lingering doubt as to the iden tity of the body disinterred were swept away by a close examination of- a piece of the quicklimed sub stance in which the head was enr cased. In destroying the features of the corpse it hardened and pieces put together were said to have given a practically perfect death mask of Mrs. Allison. o o BITS OF NEWS 'Chief Gleason -to recommend re-' vocal of "Roy" Jones license. Would'' close death cafe. Lessing Rosenthal, president of the Municipal Voters' - League, and his brother, Julius Rosenthal, charged with illegally withholding $34,432.78' frotn, Louis Scheuing heirs. Mrs..Anna R. Worden, 21, 3559 Vin- cennes av.. anarreled with hubby. Took 12 bichloride of mercury tab- Jets.- Mar die.