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DESFTiET EVENING NEWS TUESDAY MAY 10 191C Y TJ i 9
C I
Ulli Ul G HYDE IN
HISOVIN DEFENSE
With Murder of Col
Man Charged
qwope Takes the Witness
Stand
JURORS MUCH INTERESTED
aiaI 1frfliH1FtIt HBI CflttruHd 11
ll r the OJJUIIIIO llIlle
I i llonwys
in May ROU i Dr II
Xin
tIr k II I ami his wife to iM wit
th Hunpn murder trial
n i tT1 to sav the ac
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life
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in I In thi testimony
s r
ltlvesformer
t H
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had testified
n who
flH
r I i nflt Hyde were accused
i i oj in kery
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10 r i mi CXCUHP for hi
r t tiig the sick at the
h
N1hr did he admit
j hoI
i IM rrred Wrmly
t
II ° i right In the cae
t 11 tjttOfl col Thomas H
ma Swop He maln
t1 SUN of death he
Lm
11 nun died Iuo still be
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x r iluinian ald did he
t I I i onr > n either with ty
101 c r i iluig < further be
I II kniulndge until after
1 oIcth whether Mm Hyde
I i i url of the stat of
t H n
nn III > I i a best she could
v H i 101 11Ir husband on
t r flail iKiitradlcted 1
111111 F IlOr mother her broth
v I w i I Iro she said that
n H > i Jr na not on the
< n t t hi > n he ever ho
IBUT TRUE
T II Iliousuuln of IXTMHH
v t i fn m ailments of the
i r I I r ant Kldnevs lllio
arf illi line or rxDcrliiienttne with
i r K in the vain hope
Th t ur it all a mistake
u < fJ < itfi rer take
HOSTETTERS
STOMACH BITTERS
I f h ilk improvement n
r L i h Ih It tones and In
t 0 i t MV tTrI and pre
Lq of i > > illto llpnrthiini
i wlai 110 Imllesllun t I IIHlIr
mI Ijlani
Ii WAS ECZEMA
bfiilp rouble liiilr < l SMtluH < U Hut
WHto diMly Cured
A fr month MO the caw wan re
ported or a little girl living In Mm ken
Mu < k w h i wee Mttt to three different
hair e pc lalliu In New York for ircnt
mrnt it n m tip affettlnn whl < h they
coulriertNl a lontaclou dteeu One
went M far urn to have her hair
hvmi off Later the trouble wan
found to IM a lmpl cia of oema
which WM cured In II few day by
looram
In the various forms of kln trou
bles in both Infant end adult IO
lam produce beneflt lul rmult from
he flrat application K < x raa mn < >
herp ruh tetter etc yield readily
t < > Ita remarkable curative prop rtlm
Occasional application will quick
banUh pimple blotch and complexIon
Ion blcmlMho and will relieve and
cure Itching feet caly calp humor
etc
lol m can be had for 50 cnl8 t
all reliable ilniMtef particularly
elirammJohiwon Drug mall a
fMetalty of It Or the Emenrenry
LabontkiTl No It West Twenty
fifth treet New York will end a
trial supply free b > mall to any one
who will writ for It Thl la uffl
nt to chow rwnilt In 24 hour
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aw I > r Hyde throw away rapaule
MM to have totiUlned cyanide and
that he aw Dr Twymn tie the Hiring
that controlled the now of blond from
her oouetn Mr Huntoni body
DK HYDES BVIDEKCK
Dr II C Hyde on trial charnnl
with noteonlnir Col Thorn H 8 wope
took the wltnew itond In hi own de
fence late this afternoon
Urine one of Dr Twyman Instru
ment ald Dr Hyde he bird Jam
JIo Hnnton
Did Dr Twyman MY anything about
brlwrlni the bleeding to a cloY
asked Mr Welch
Dr Ilyd tried to answer the que
lion by riving the nibstance of the
conversation between htm Mid Dr
Twyman and the lawyer wrangled
over the repoit The witness wee
plainly dlaconcefted and seemed con
fused br the objection of the attor
ney tile face flushed and he mopped
the p r pt ration from his face with a
handkerchief Finally the squabbling
dram and he anpwcred
Dr Twyman said something about
enouffh blood having been removed He
never said however that we had as
much blood aa should have been re
moved from any man We took In all
about two or three pints of blood Dr
Twyman stopped the flaw at blood with
a strlnft
Wa thl too much blood to take
from him Y
No
CAU8K OF HUKTOK1 DKATH
Did he die from the effects of the
bleeding or from apoplexy
Apopkwy
After the death did Dr Twyman
over car anything to yon about the
amount of blood taken from Mr Hun
ton r
tonTNo
No sir
Judge Ixtshaw ordered the question
and answer stricken out
Dr Hyde said In became acquainted
with Col Swope In December 105
and mw him at ble home on an aver
I
age of twice a month from that time
until his fimth f > l Swopo nkfd
him nail the witucf If h ttmnijjit
the strychnine tonic h wee Uklng
> I ae food for him and he repllid It
8Uow
How did tol Dwope appear afttr
hr quit drinking qurrlMl Mr Wal h
He ails maker mltr uid more d
jiotirtrnt Ills pulx saa weak an
vnrred the ph > nl > Ian
The 1hXKlilnn saJd he never Mnt any
drinking water to the Mwope home but
that hi sew hla wife takln mme there
Jurors leaned forward and listened
P81rIy when Dr Hyde hen to tell
of hip giving capsules to fIN Keller
Ij nurw to administer to Col Hwope
What did these oapnule contain
nuked Mr Walsh
nigpstle medicine amtwerpd Dr
hyde
Old YOU go to Cell Vwope room
with Mlm Keller before you finished
your breakfant on the morning of Oct
3
No she went to the room and when
he retvmed I aofced her If rot Hwope
hH l taken hie medicine She aid he
had That was all of the conversation
tte had about the capsules
Mls Keller testimony was that Col
Mwnp refused to taaw the capeules and
she told Dr Hyde so
Did Col Mwope ever dtsrue his will
wtth you or did you know anything
about the residuary portion of his es
tate r
NEVER DlBOrSHED WILl
lie never talked to me about his
will and 1 never heard the word reald
uary until the day the will was read
Col Hwnpe never ald he wished
he had not taken the medicine I left
him said Dr Hyde In telling of the
n In the dying capitlfs room
There wa avery Indication further
testified Dr Hyde that Col gwope had
been attacked by apoplexy
While you were In the hope home
on Thanksgiving eve did you place
any typhoid germs In anything In
quired Mr Walsh
Pnsltvely I did not responded Dr
H > de firmly
18 It a fart that you asked Mia
Keller to aid you In securing an ap
pointment a an executor of Cot
Rwope s estate
It I not
The wltmw dented he put any m
In the candy he gave Stella ftwoim
What did ynu tell Ml Houlihan
wa the trouble With Chrlsman
Swop wee ated
Menlnffttl and typhoid fever
aid the wltne
DM Mia Houlihan express any
opinion regarding the nature of the
patients tUnes
Yen Rhe Ux Mid she thought he
had menlngltln
The accuse pfavMctan waa mot em
phatic In hili oeotal that be ever ad
mlnl a hypodermic Injection part
of which wan dirty water Into the
arm of Chrlsmnn 8wof
Neither ad Dr Hyde did he gfr
any flumes a capsule to Rive to Chrl
man 8wop nor did he put any c4
ulea among the box of remedies that
were being given to the patient
Alnxmuler Optical Co 218 Main
Awlt Nature
You have been told to hitch your
wagon to a etarthat nature will
assist you That all right There
are time however when you should
assist nature and the spring Is one
of these times
Nature Is now undertaking to
cleanse your ytemIt you take
Hoods aanwpKrllla the undertaking
will he successful and your complex
tlon bright and clear 5
PRESIDENT TAfT
AND SUGAR fRAUDS
Sends Special Message to House
Regarding a Congressional
Investigation of Them
IS IUEXPEDIENT AT PRESENT
Takee 011I tn l < httaln ewh Omrv
Onl Xorneery Wlmi Kte < MI
Not Acting In Omul llth
WaahllfltOit May t President Taft
lent a apwlal m iag to tIM house
of r5raesCiistiee tod > tn tell why
hfl cod a iimr lonal lnvtlga
iou of the ewuar fraud In hi cue
torn service Inexpedient
It Is h e MM because a congre
slonal investigatIon at the time would
embarrass the executive department In
the continuation and completion of the
lnvtlRation of tIM appraiser and
other offtosn of tIM customs service
The presidents reply was to a re
solution pad In the house April 14
calling on him to state hi l reasons for
not wishing a cnngramlnnsl InxmtlRa
tlon an he had intimated In his me
age at the opening of the session
The president did not lore an op
portunity tn tell the house when n
cotigrCMlonal investigation WM neies
ary
aryA
A UeWON FOR THE HOI BE
Th necessity for congressional In
veatlmtlon he wrote arise when
an executive Investigation to either not
In good faith or lacking In vigor or
when additional legUlatlon ta needed
to prevent a recurrence of the frauds
The primary duty with respect to
frauds In the executive service fall
on the executive to direct proper exe
cutive legislation and upon the dis
covery of fraud and crime to direct
judicial Investigation to recover
what ii due tq the government and
to bring to justice the gullt I > m
The report of the ecretar i the
treasury and the attorn < > grnnral
shows beyond question the utmost
vigor and effectiveness in the Investi
gation and prosecution up to this time
and the achieving of exceptional re
sults In the recovery of moneys of
which the government had been de I
fraudd the Indictment of partici
pants In th fraud and In the re
formation of the cuntoms service with
I
a view to the prevention of such
frauds In the future I
The danger of granting Immunity
to any offenders through a congres
sional Investigation the president
pointed out van tlll trnp HP re
ferred to the ieee of lIIp seir
ian of the Anvrlon JIP llfflnlnit
William Lorimer of Iliiiioist a
Accused of Buying Senatorship
ki
k 4
rL4
ISENATOR WILLIAM LORIMER
P P
comi an > ho waa nummoneil before
the trend Jury luring the sugar com
panys alleged connection with a
corn hinatln0 violating the Kherman
antitrust act and pleaded Immunity
While the supreme court refused to
pans on the question claiming It did
not properly com before It the presi
dent Indicates that the point Is left
to be raised In the event of a convic
tion of Hlke
If Congress was to Investigate the
weigher and appraisers office It
would have to go about setting such
expert evidence a is now being
gathered the president said and will
be sent to Congress a soon a th
present Investigation I at an end
WHAT HEPBURK TOUXD
Former Representative W P Hip
burn of Iowa appeared before the
house committee on expenditure In
the treasury department today and
related details of an Investigation
which as Holli tor of the treasury de
partment he tomliicteil Into affairs In
the N a York 8Iom offl < e In I < 1
In whlih he dip oxerert condition
I
similar to those recently unearthed I
regarding the weighing of Miigar Mr I
Hepburn s Investigation were mali
during President Harrison adminis
tration and there have been charg
that hi report were held up
Mr Hepburns statements are Rlcn
added Importance by reason of the
fact that several resolutions are pHI
Ing for a congressional Investigation
of condition In the United States < us
toms offices
Mr Hepburn found that sugar re
finer were willing to pay their Im
port duties from weights of the gov
ernment scales but refused to sell
sugar on the am scales Indicating
that the government scale were short
t
Foly Kidney nil are antiseptic
toniC and restorative and a prompt
corrective of all urinary Irregularities I
Hefua substitutes lohrammJohn
on Drug
Knit Lake Photo nnd Supply Co
Kodaks finishing framing 142 Main
IIrel
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Halt a last l > licit rr than no
Yo bread
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1 Half n lent made of IVItlTI
i lAwi Ilour to bur thin n
l belo loaf tnads of ordinary t
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f Insist on Getting It
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glasses wIll bring the pis7ere
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You can gt a bwiutlfMl gluts
for a very little price or It ItU
are fastldlou In your tte we
alllO show some very expensive
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Absolutely the best made an ornament to anv
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50 now Parlor Suites have arrived We are unable to loss in than am other refriprratot I hr 01
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