Pat Gorman of Cincinnati, not related to John
THE GORUAN TROUBLE. SsS XaOm giaa Sastn mt tmm aaee-y aaee-y aaee-y avast AU He . TTbbIb la J ale a. . "I would like to be set right In the swatter f soy another's death, aad any trip to Pttts- Pttts- bnrg to see that hex af aira wer properly attended attended to, 7 said Fat German, of tne Can-minsawlle Can-minsawlle Can-minsawlle gypsies, to an Kso.cimra reporter yesterday. Mrs. Gorman, the mother of Pat. was found dead at the foot of a pair of stairs in a ten, mem house at tne corner wi Monad street and 'artiste avenue. After the woman'a death her 'daughter. Mrs. Hridget O'Brien, was arrested and held for some time on tba charge of murder. It beinlaimed tbat she waa accessory to her mother' death r i . i uat uaere was nothing in thw was Shown or the oroner a inQuesv. the verdict te g tbat tne deceased cants pa ber death froaa accidental accidental injuries. As a result of the Coroner's Coroner's finding. Mrs. O'Brien waa aoquitted in the Police C urt Mrs. Gorman, the deceased, was possessed of considerable property. 1 iter.' were seven children, a l r-at. r-at. r-at. beina the oldest, tnoaght that it would be the right thing to d-i d-i d-i to e that the interests of ail concerned were nroo- nroo- eriy taken care of. Tbat is why he went .to ntleburg. to far as tbe claim is made by others that be wanted the O'Brien rhildre'i to go into but camo. be pronounce it a lie made out of w twite cloth. Thes children are hanoilr fixed with their father at Pitubne. and th y will not o.me back here. All wan know Mr. Gorman are of the opinion tbat be is acting squarely ia toe matter.