Clipped From The Cincinnati Enquirer
' THE POOlET-HSirE. POOlET-HSirE. POOlET-HSirE. A Baker Fatally Rubs a Tailor at the Hellevae ii eu se. A serious cutting affray occurred at the Bellevue House Saturday night, which will d . unties result in tbe loss of life to George Helwig, a young tailor living on Clifton avenue. The eutter, Theodore Emerich, and his friend. Lewis Guenther. were prisoners last night at Bemen-streei Bemen-streei Bemen-streei Station. Emerich Is a baker. twenty years old Just over from Germany has been here two aud a half years. Guenther live in Newport, and was with Emerich at the time the cutting re curred. He Is held meru'y a a witness and not a an accomplice. All lue parties concerned were at- at- lending the unnuul party ol the Oe mm) Bakers' Askuciaiiou that night bold at the Bellevue. Kinrlch was with a girl named Knte. a servant in the employ of Mrs. Lindrimuin, ot Newport. Dur ing the last (Since, about one o'clock in the morning, four young men, am ng whom u Helwig. Helwig. indulged in a bit of pnhiug and rowdyism on the floor ol the hall, their objective point seeming to be the girl Kate and tmericn. As the latter two were descending the steps of the Bellevne on their way home the same lour yoimsmen toiiowcd. and one of them t'.ircw a stone. The missile struck hate in the month. knooSmg out two of hr-r hr-r hr-r front teeth. Emerich . gnupcd llelwiir by tne coat when the latter, according to rjnertch's storv. drew a pocket-tr.ife pocket-tr.ife pocket-tr.ife and stabbed him in the arm. Then Emerich drew his kni!e aid cut Helwig in the left side, penetrating the lung, and producin; what will dmlt!e t a fiital wound. Kmeuc h seems very much distressed itver the oeciirrence.- oeciirrence.- aud claims he did it In self-defense. self-defense. self-defense. On the con trary-. trary-. trary-. Helwig says bs did not throw the stone nor rut Emerich in the arm. At a lute hour but night Helwig was reported to be dying.