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The following men ronstl-
tilled tlic Jui) Mint tendered '
llio verdict of "Riillty us
charged" In- the lonsplrney
H.itn IHiimlil, ti niechnnle,
stoioUecper lit tlio von
Iliunin-Young garuga nnd '
rooming at 130 S. llcrctiuitn.
Henry II. I'lenier, working '
nt the Wnlnlnn Sodn Works.
Hiram Kolomoku, tosldltig
nt 12C7 Klniui street.
Chns. A. tlo In Nnx, n car
penter, residing nt Deslin
S. W. Knninknit, drlcr
llcthel Hticct linik stuiul, ic
Bldlng nt Ht l'auuhl.
D.ivltl 1. I'liller, clerk 12. O.
Hull & Son.
lloei. TiiwnKcml, Jr., stevc
ilorc, 010 Cook.
Jnlm I). 1'iiilakcn, roath
man, rcsldcnco on Lo.ilil nvc
nue. Jolin C. Mitchell, Btcvedure,
lesldlng on rilllanl. '
Tlios. C. MUlu I re, iloilst nt
103.1 S. King.
W. 13. Tlrrcll, n siilininrlno
illvcr, residing nt lint) Do
Hint showed, theilr linpieiOM In the
Tim closing tiigiimcnt truJu hy At
tornoy Kinney Into cl.itlii) after
noon presented n complete sutniu.tiy
of tlio nctual Issues In thy ciuo und
Inld emphasis on the lesson of l.iw- .ni.l
outer Hint would n(coiiiinn.v n vu
diet upon thu in limit e. Ills cluing
nigiimcut.vvus brlei' aliout half an rioiir
In duration, and It wns plain tint It
made n lnstlng lin.u srlon upov tlio
men whoso duty ll wns lo .tin i n
enllct III tlio ensj "on iiiu law nnd
MORE OF LIGHTFOOI'S
ADDRESS TO JURY
(Continued from Paze 1)
the til.il. Nothing was left undone
th.it would hrlng tlio linilcTl.il facts nt
Issue liefoio thu consideration of ilia
"Guilty As Charged."
Tlio nctual chin ko ngulnst tlio men
wns conspiracy to olistrnct tlio free
operation of tlio Oalm sugar idantntloti
liy tlio iiccoiupinliiiciit of tiie.its of
bodily harm to nil thit opposed the
high wiigo iirogr.iin. Tlio iittumiit to
miiko it tippcur that tlio Jury In tlio
enso ict uined n lower degreo yjullct
of the crime of which tlio defendants
wuc charged nns not misled nnyon.
Tlio four men wero charged with con
hpli.icy In tlio third degreo und wero
found guilty us charged.
The results of thu trlnl lino been
leeched with thankfulness hy the
community In general and there Is
general commendation for tlio eleven
Jurors who decided the case on tlio
decisive prcpondernnco of evidence
Hint wns presented hy tlio nttorneyH
for the piosccutlon. It is generally
conceded that tlio ease of tlio defense
wns gieutly weakened in tlio e)OH of
tlio Juror.i hy the general lino of
sneeilng iirgutnent that wus puisiied
hy Attorney l.lghtfoot for tlio defense.
During thu progress of tlio trlnl Light
foot had words of ridicule for tlio po
lieu otllcers nt every turn nnd nccord
lug to his Interpretation It wns nil nil
eiiteit.iliilng Joke, Hint could hy eas
ily hushed out of court,
A Juror's View.
One of the Jurors in speaking of the
conduct of the trial nnd tlio lestilts
said this morning:
"Thu evidence. In our opinion, wis
clear nnd thu attempt made hy l.lghl
foot to throw ridicule on ovujnue con
uccted with the case of tlio C!o'iu
nient did not1 go well with us, Asldu
from thu evidence, tlio deruud-mtn c-.n
well bcllovo Hint l.lghtfoot helped lo
'laugh' Ills wny to n verdict of guilty."
Thu six hours Hint wns downed by
llio Jury to n consideration of tlio yl.
iltnco In tlio Jury room was ghen over
to a cnrcful JlIsciisuIoii of Hio'nicilis
of tlio case. Tlio threats of bli'iily
U'ligcmico Hint tlio Nippit .11)1 continu
ally nlrcd against IMItor Simla, with
tlio reiterated declaration (but "now
is llio Hum to slap llio Shul .'. dog" nnd
llio statement Hint "Ihov vlll novor
die on bed or Hint" wero nil points
Mr. l.lghtfoot, continuing his nrgu
nient fri in the poitlon published In
Tuesdays 11 ill I ft In said.
You wero thrt-ntomd b the learned
coiniF.el oil the otlir side tint tills
will bo cnllcd the 'Allegory lurj.'
"Allegory Jury" He Is going to bold
jou up to contempt, when jou nciptlt
these defendnnts, ns ilnubtless jou
will do "This Is the Allegory Jury,"
nnd Hint Is "Tlio tail) Dog Legisla
ture. The "Allegor Jurj." the "I.nd
Dog Legislature," put tlio two In tlio
Do not bo misled l am such foil v.
Do our duty ns jou think It Is right
to do. Stntid on jour rights ns Jur
ors; stand on those Inalienable nnd
Inestimable rights whlih nre gunrnu
tccd to jou by our fun fathers under
tlio Magna Chnrtn, mid then nu won't
go very fnr wrong. Never mind If jou
nre tlio "Allegory Jnr", do what Is
right nnd Insist upon jour rights ns
I wnnt to rend to ou. gentlemen of
the Jury, on this subject Just a short
selection from u book on the lltli
Amendment to the Constitution of
the United Stiitcs lo a man culled
Itrnntinn, who wns Judge of thu Su
premo Court of West Vlrglul i for
mnnj lenrs, n vt lenrnid Inwjer
and a erj excellent man, a man who
knew (he English laiigunge, too, on
thu subject of Mngun Clurtn so Hi it
jou may fool proud Hint jou are sit
ting In this Jury box today. He snjs
"Sncreil things should bo preserved In
perpetual niemorhim . . . timljlng
principles of .Magna t'hnrtn."
(.leiitlemeu of the Jury, such uro
jour prh lieges ns Jurors. Do not let
the fnct Hint jou niny bo culled the
"allegory Jurj" Influence! jou ono wny
or thu other. As Jurors sworn to try
tills enso according to thu Inw nnd tlio
evidence, do jour duty; do It fearless
ly, and if liny Cat slioulJ nftcrwunls
saj-, "This Is the allegory Jury.'" then
for (lod's snko let them sny It until
they go blue In the face.
Mr. Ligblfoot (Resuming his ntgu
incut.) Maj It please tlio court, nnd
gentlemen of the Jury, when after sit
ting in Hits bo for tunny days nnd
whllo the Juront weio being examined
and challenged for cause, or other
wise, and jou were finally sworn, jou
were sworn to to' Hils caso according
to the law and thu evidence. Now jou
will lememher gentlemen, that hefoio
jou were sworn I asked every emu of
jou 111 cue questions:
rirst: "Do jou coino to this case
without nuy piejudlcu ono way or the
other?" 'Knew thu fncts of tlio cimj
knew uiij tiling about It."
And J on all said "Nocr."
"Would jou try this enso without
rcgnrd to nm preconceived Ideas of
the right or the wiong of tlio c.isu?"
"If swoin ns Jurors," I asked jou
"If jou hnd mi)? and jou answered
uiiiler oath, of eouise, "If jou had
any prejudice ugilust thu Jnpnucsu m
And jou Mild "No."
Now It Is pcrh ips natural for us who
nro of a different racu from them, to
them, that we .ire superior to It, nnd
there nro manj men who will say,
"Well, he Is only n Jnp, devil tnko
tlio Japs, I li.no no use for tlio Japs
Ho can go lo thunder us fur ns I am
concerned, stick tlio Japs."
You liuvc heard Hint many times
Now genth im n of llio Jurj", on jour
oath, und I mil) lake jour oath us
meaning onu thing, "On jour won! of
honor.' 1 don't think jour word of
honor Is made .uij greater or nnj less
by thu oath. Hut on Jour oath, what
ever Hint tuny be, oi In wh.ifever light
jou may take It, ns being more or less,
than )our wont of honor,
You said, "No, I hnvo no prejudice
ig.ilnst the Juiunoro us a Unas." On
jour word of bonoi jou s.ild.
"I will try this caso iiteordlng to
(ho evidence ns I hear It on this
ttund " On jour honor jou snid.
"f will ti) this ease according to
tlio l.iw ns Ills Honor shall give It to
me from llio Ikncli "
And I urge jou, gentlemen of the
Jurj, If such urging bo necessary. Hint
jou fulfill jour oath, Hint jou fulfil
j'tiur word of honor ns nioii nnd ni
gentlemen nnd us Jurors. 1 lint Is nil
no can nsk of jou
As to the law, Ills Honor may be
ftiong Ills Honor would not tell jou
it ho coul I spc ik to jou now,"
"Ceiitlemcn I urn tilnujs right, I am
Ik cause that wouldn't be true. Hut
'I ho Is wrong It remains for thu su
peifor court, the Supienie court here
to put him tight, hut not Tor tlio Jury
not for counsel, not for us to sny
"Your Honor, that ruling wns wrong'
"You hud no right to mako Hint very
" Wo hnvo to tnko It, wo nre
bound by it, whether wo llko It or
lon't llku It. You must tnko the law
ns Ills Honor gives It to jou from
tlio llencli, must tnko It. Ami Jou
must tnko tlio facts ns jou henr those
facts from tlio stand.
In llio beginning, the court. In the
trial of this enso. Ills Honor from the
Ilcnch requested jou ns n iwiwuinl
favor to htm. that jou would refrain
from tending tlio newspaper accounts
of this dial, lliislness men, nnd I
hnvo no doubt Hint jou hnvo tried lion
cstly to comply with tlio wish which
Ills Honor expressed, but business
men have to rend newspapers. It l
Impossible, without wo wero to lock
jou tip to keep jou from rending tin
newspapers, nnd whether liitcntlcinalh
or not. jou certainly hnvo mad the
newspaper accounts of several thlngF
Hint hnvo transpired slnco this trl.il
commenced, Not Intending to bo ills
courtioiiB to Ills Honor, not Intending
lo rend tho nt counts, written some
times bj reporters, sometimes b.v
other people. You may hnvo read
them, )ou must InAdve-rtently pcrhnpi
have rend mmio of them.
Now gentlemen, on jour word of
Honor, n pledge tho most sacred Hint
n mill can give. On jour word of
honor, cut It nil out, don't let It In
lluenco jou ono wny or tho other.
Thu Jury sjsleni mny liavu been
iibused nuver mind. Do )our tint)
regardless of whether wo should have
lilnl hy Jui y or not.
It ma) bo that highly colored one
sided views of the evidence hnvo been
published by the other side. Don't let
It llillueiicu jeiitr verdict onu wny oi
thu other. See! Wo couldn't tlo It
Wo haven't got nit) newspiper to go
to; Wo don't hnvo any nowspapei
nor have wo tho time to do It! So It
would bu niifiilr. Wouldn't It? It
would bo unfair to take highly colored
leiMiits of this trlnl that hnvo been
published when 'j ou hnvo no opporliiu
lty of getting repents from thu othci
sldu! Don't let It liilliienco )ou Don't
let jour Judgment bu sw,i)ed ut nil bj
my of thoMi outside considerations.
Different things hnvo transpired
some or which mo fcxtreniely regitt
Utile nnd which I cm assure jou. gen
llcnien of tho Jury, thci,o defend intr
regret ns much ns an) ono else. Hut
they hnvo nothing to do with tho case
Absolutely nothing to do with tho case
And ns men I nalc jou jy Hint sicied
pledge, to cut thoso out of )our con
bldcratlons. Not to let tliot things
hnvo ail) bearing upon, or Influcnc
vtiur verdict ouo wny or tho other.
During tho trlnl or this caso theio
'uivo been ii great many regiettahle
person tlltles engaged In by ctmiibul.
Thero nro ulwu)s nit- In-Iong trims.
This strain, nervous strain on the lnw
jer who Is wotth his salt In the
trlnl ol n largo ease, ns on the Judgt
noil on the Jury, Is ver) great. And
ho Is apt to put Just a little bit ol
siilphiiilc r.cld In what ho sn)s some
times when perhaps ho doesn t mean
lo tlo It, doesn't mean lo bo quite ni
Kiilpliuious ns It Is. Those things ul
wnjs happen, they have happened In
Ibis case, and they have happened per
haps beyond what is iisunll) Indulged
In, 1 1) thu attorneys In this .case, (len
tlemen of th Jury, I nsk jou not It,
let tin sc personalities enter Into the
"It maj bo the fnct Hint I nm nu
niigllrhiu.iii, by birth. 1 nm an Amur
enn bj adoption. It may bo thu fnct
lint I was trained for tho church, n
little "sk pilot." Don't let Hint In
iliience )ou one wnv or tho other It
mnv be the fuet that I have snhl this
ir I have slid Hint I hive snld noth
ng thuL I wouldn't s.i) again Don't
lit these tbiius be drugged In so as tu
to use on uxpiesslon borrowed from
Mr. Kltiuo) "draw a Ik i ring ncross
(eiitlcmtii of the Jut) find out what
jou iiiu going to trj mill then trj It
Don't stnrt tint; If )ou nie a car
pouter, )ou don't start out to make r
table nnd end up with n chair, do jou'
You start in to make a table Yon
nicnsiiio jour lumber, )ou saw It, and
vou plane It. And jou do whit? Mukt
i table And jou hnvo jour mind oi
that table, jou luvu jour mind on
lh.it. Now then, If n person were ti
go to )ou nnd sny to )ou,
"Say, tint Is n beautiful chnlr )ou
nro mnklng. It will ho u love!) chair
: very nice thing to sit down In."
"It Isn't a chnlr, this Is liiblo I
tint making," jou say.
"Oh no. Well my dear fellow, Hint
isn't u tabic nt nil, that Is u chair'
And ho goes off.
And jou say "That damn re How
doesn't know what hu Is tnlklng
ttliotit. That Isn't n chnlr.''
That wouldn't nrfoct jou. You
wouldn't. You wouldn't becnuso Hunt
ono was lo say "You nro miking n
chnlr" stop making jour table. Why
or courso not. You keep jour huiid
nnd jour mlml-nnd jour muscles con
stnntly at work for tho sntno purpose
to mnko that tnblu. And Jou complete
It. Oo on to completion.
Now wo nren't mnklng a table Mr
Kinney has come hero and said,
"You fellows aren't mnklng u tabic
at all. You are linking a chnlr."
Don't let Hint Infill' ucu jou u little
bit. Dn't be scared to death nbout
Hint ,You know whnt jou nro doing
You knou Hint jou nro trj lug these
four men for conspiracy to tin certain
conspiring to do certain things. Kee-p
jour mind on that, nnd try these dc
deiidnnts and find them guilty or In
noccnt of the chnrgc laid ngnliist them
Hut don't go off nnd ascertain whcthci
or not )ou aru tr)lng them on a clnrgt
of assault und battel)'. I'lud out what
jou nro doing and then do It. Don't
'it counsel draw tho hen lug iicros
vtiur truck. Pliul out what tho chnrgt
Is nnd then go slmplj to that chmgt
mil nothlrg edse.
Reads the Charge.
Now what is Hie chiiigo. In order
Hint jou in.ij lemeiiiher whnt thit.
charge Is 1 will rend It to Jou gentle
men of Hid Jurj. You b.ivo he.itd II
before. Hut II Is a long llmu since. I
will rend It to jou nnd ask jou vcrj
carefully to ohsorvo It so Hint Jim
mil)' know what the real churgu Is that
we nro trying. I'lrst of all, ll Is u
complaint, It Isn't un Indictment. II
t.oesn't mnko nuy difference. It is n
complaint, and It serves the purpose
or an Indlctniuil. Tho Torrlloiy of
Hawaii hidn't (lire, pel Imps, to gel
in Indictment In this case They
wished tu hurry the case on. Or pi i
l.nps they didn't want to trust a (Jrand
lury of tho Terrlto-y of Hnwnll. Tltov
wnnted to gel thoso men to trlnl, nnd
get theni to 1 1 In 1 during thu summer
months dining whlth time Jurj trills
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