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4 THE WASHINGTON TI3IK8 TnI MONDAY MO1 > AY DECEMBER v 5 1910
Him HIJSTONVERDICT TO m mFormer KNOWVERDlGT
VERDICT OF JURY JURYI
I WITHIN A WEEK WEEKFormer WEEKormer
Former ormer United States Treas Treasurer Treasurer Treasurer ¬
urer Presents Pathetic PatheticScene PatheticScene i iScene
Scene on Stand StandATTORNEY StandATTORNEY 1 1ATTORNEY
ATTORNEY DUFOUR DUFOURALSO DUFOUR DUFOURALSO DUFOURALSO
ALSO A WITNESS WITNESSLawyer WITNESS WITNESSLawyer I ILawyer
Lawyer Says He Was Engaged EngagedHere EngagedHere EngagedHere
Here In Only On y a Professonal Profes Professional Professional ¬
sional CapacityBefore Capacity CapacityBefore Ca city cityBetor
Before another week k shall have havepassed 1ITeJ8SSecl havepassed
passed Itlg ft i Is likely that the fete nat of offormer oCformer offormer
former Treasurer Tr rer of f rtlle the United < l States StatesJames States1am StatesJames
James 1am < 8 N HttsfcM H OR trial t11a11 la Cri CrflBal CrflBalCourt CtiSalaalCourt nlaal nlaalCourt
Court No 1 will l De k kBewnwllettler kBewnwllettlerthe ewn whether whetherthe
the thfa and wan grayhaired man manwho JBaBwho manwho
who one once bandied Millions of the theGovernments theGoyenuaents theGovernments
Governments money is guilty or not notguilty 1tOtguilty notguilty
guilty of conspiracy coa plracy to use the malls mallsto mallsto I Ito
to defraud defrsudwbetber whether he goes free or orspends orspends orspends
spends his last years in the stripes stripesof strIpesa
of f a felon felonFull felonFull felonFuIi
Full of honor a and d y ys ars the aged agedman ab abman agedman
man was made JIIA e detelldaat dfenda t i is seven sevendifferent seT seTdi1rerent wrendifferent
different indictments last Jamary Jamaryeach Jaauaryeach Jaryeach
each involving invol an accusation to swin swiadie swindle 8m 8mdie ¬
die by means of alleged worthies worthleeetrust worthiestrust worth1estrust
trust companies com which wJ dt it is clal claimed claimedby claimedby led ledby
by the Government exploited his hISuntandsbecl hisuntarntsbed I Iuntarnished
untarnished name to lure victims victimsThe Y1ethasThe victimsTile
The indictments came as a shock not notonly notonly notonly
only to Mr Huston but to thousands thousandsof
of friends frieD including President Taft Taftwho Taftwho Taftwho
who had held him in the highest es esteem esteem esteem ¬
teem as a a man of sterling integrity integrityScene integrityScene IntegrityScene
Scene Is Pathetic PatheticTotiay PatheticToky PatheticToliay
Totiay the oncehonored 4 man stands standson staDtlson standson
on the brink of snam ahae shamethe the threshold thresholdof tkresholdof
of the penitentiary Such a spectacle spectacleof 5pee ele eleot
of pathos as presented pre ente4 by the sorrowstricken sor sorrowstricken ¬
rowstricken man in the last 8t three threeweeks threeweeks I Iweeks
weeks has never before been witnessed witnessedin I
in a District court He sits lts close cl to tothe tothe I Ithe
the Jury jUr straining tra1nlato to hear every syl syllable SJII syhi syhiable ¬
able uttered by the theright witnesses wttu his hisright m
right hand about his ear that thathe lat he heshall heshall heshalt I
shall not miss a scrap of the evi evidence evidence ¬
dence that shall decide his fate fateAccused fateccu fateAccused
Accused ccu ed of being tn the alleged a e < < ed con conspiracy conI conIspiraey conspiracy ¬
spiracy with Mr Huston are Harvey HarveyM H ney neyI
M I Lewis and Everett Dufour the hit hitter 1stter ¬
ter being a wellknown young yount Wash Washington Washgton T88k ¬ j jgton
ington gton lawyer and broker whose w1to e de delense deI deIfense deSense
Sense is that his only connection cO DeeUon with withthe withthe I Ihe
the he operations of the trust companies companieswas
was professional in every particular particularMr
Mr Ir Huston took the stand this fore forenoon forenoorn ¬ j j11OOn
noon and was subjected to a most mostgrilling JD08tgTl1ling mootgrilling
grilling crossexamination ero sexamiaatloR fct 1Jy Assistant AssistantUnited A Assistanttailed taDt i i1nited
United States Attorney Turner but with withthe withthe withthe
the rest r of Saturday and Del Sunday from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the tedious three weeks of 0 trial he toek toekon toekm tookm
+ on m a demeanor cetneanor of half defiance or orconfidence ornMe orconfidence
confidence confidencePlease confidencePiece nMe j
Please Plea dont try and place me in a afalse af afalse
false f lse light before the Jury pleaded pleadedthe pleadedthe
1 the ht aged man on one occasion in response re response reiponse ¬
sponse to a question quet oD from the assist assistant a assistant IIIt IIItant ¬
ant prosecutor prosecutorThroughout PIOfecutorThT6ug proecutorThrougi
ThT6ug Throughout out the Ie crossexamination crossexaminationMr ewesexaminationHuston
Mr Huston turned to the Jury sad sadfaced sadtaced sadfaced
faced and appealing and Dd made the re reply reply reply ¬
ply Mercy no he said in reply to toa toa toa
a number nulll er of questions mentions e UMM as to the legiti legitimacy 1egitirnacy legitttnacy ¬
macy of various companies he had been beenassociated betnasOCIated beretassociated
associated with when the prosecutor prosecutorImplied pro proeecxetorimplied ecutor ecutorimplied
Implied that there had been irregularities irregulari irregularities inegularlt ¬
ties t s
tiesA A sA trine flushed and and nervous the old oldTnan oldman oldman
man apparently made a good impres impression impresion Impresion ¬
sion ion on the jury with the quick responses re responses responses ¬
sponses and ready explanations of incl
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STORM ENDANGERS ENDANGERSPANAMA END ENI2LINGERSPANAMA 1 GERS GERSPANAMA
PANAMA CANAL CANALHigh
High Winds and Torrential Rains Reported By Vessels VesselsDriven VesselsDriven VesselsDriven
Driven Driven to Shelter Shelt ShelterContinued rContihued Continued Downfall Threatens ThreatensLandslides ThreatensLandslidesPart ThreatensLandslidesPart
Landslides LandslidesPart Part of Old Railroad Submerged
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COLON COLO Dec 5 5Veeeels Ve s els ls which whichwere wltlokerQ whichware
were erQ driven In here by high winds to today today today ¬
day brought word that a great storm stermIs sterIDI stormIs
Is raging on the Pacific PacificTorrential PaelftcTerrentia PacHicTorrential
Torrential I rains are today t falling fallingen
I en the work ef the canal e nel and an land landslides landslides landslides ¬
slides are feared fearedring fearedrr fearedDurlag <
During ring the last few days a a heavy fceavyi heavystorm heavystorm
storm i prevailing In Ori Clen n Hrb Harbor r has hasnecessitated hasnecessitated
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r neees necessitated itated all vessels to leave the thewharves Utewftarve thewharves
wharves and take refuge IH th the Kay Kayef Ha Iayof II
of PortobeHo a a short distance away awayIN aWayBALLOONIST awayBALLOONIST
I IIN
BALLOONIST DROWNS DROWNSIN
IN THE THENORTH NORTH SEA SEAGerman SEAI
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German Gasbag Lands In InOrkney InOrkney InOrkney
Orkney Islands After AfterRough AfterRough AfterRough
Rough Voyage VoyageLONDON VoyageLO VoyageLONDON
LONDON LO DO Dee i iTIM L The German hal halloos bal balloon Be1JeoD ¬
loon that sailed Ue4l from Munich Satur Saturday Strday Saturday ¬
day In an effort to reach reae Switzerland Switzerlandlanded SwttaertaDd1aOOed Switserlandlanded
landed today tO tlY en one Be of r the Orkney Orkneyislands OrkneyIslands Orkneyislands
islands off the north coast of Scot Scotland Seotland Scotland ¬
land landThe landThe landThe
The balloon had a rough r 1t voyage voyageand voyageaDd voyageand
and in crossing the North Northstruck > selL It Itstnlek itstruck
struck the water with each uek violence violencethat vloleneethat violencethat
that one of the crew a a man n named namedMetxR nameilMeU namedMetzger
Metzger MetxR MeU r was thrown from fn JIt the bas basket basket R8 R8I ¬
ket and drowned dro1ln The other mem members members members ¬
bers of the crew Distler and D4i Joer Joerdens Joerdens Joerdens
I dens suffered intensely from the cold coldand col colaDd coldand
and the Jarring which the balloon re rePeary receIved toeetved
ceIved
Peary Resigns Post PostROA7COKE PostROA PostROAiOKE
ROA7COKE ROA OKE Va r nec > ec SoThe 5 The Rev RevJohn RevTOOn HerJohn
John C Co Peary president of the Marion Mariona MarlottFema1e MarionFemale
Female Col Colleee e haft resigned r igDecl as a re reVa result resuit
suit of the dUlere ditferenees oyer ore tlIe a trans tnlDSfer transfor
for of the institution from Marion Marionto Va Vato VaI
to 0 SaJenC Salem Va Mr M r Pearys Pe rys successor successorhas succeesorhas successorhas
has not been chosen chosendents c ehoe0ncents oeD oeDbearl
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dents bearing bearl OR a his relations rektio S with witheleven wlt wltII witheleven
eleven differ dUf l Vt pt t corporations 8 T TaklDg TaklDgtlteIR Taldagthem ki kithem
II them thempteuslWe one 91 oDe Ute witness gave gveplau a aplaueAle
pteuslWe plau lWe explenatia ex extwo tieR or excuse and fa faI
I two instances I etaDCes t tihis told hoW lie bed seent seenti severed severedhis
i ihis his connections with tit U t thes em at the first firstsemblance firstI
I semblance of c Irregularity IrregularityA
A Aa he appears today before the i jury juryr juryMr ry ryMr
Mr r Huston Is th the innocent victim of theoperations the theoperations thetions
I operations tions of > C others His testimony testimonyviously o otousl ob obtiiously <
viously tousl tended to bring bdo out the fact factthat tactI factthat
that if there bad been any llis tU iUeca4ities ltis or orlawlessness orJawlesDe56 orlawlessness
I lawlessness in the operatlots operations of the theiruet therust therust
rust rust companies h M knew nothing tli of ofOne it itttenoay ItODe
ODe feature in this regard was his tee t66tlmoBo teetimosl
ttenoay that he had never seen n the de defendant defendant ¬
fendant Dufour D four in his life until he heseen e had hadseen badhim
seen him In the courtroom courtroomAttorney courttOODLAttorney courtroomAttorney
Attorney Dufour followed Jowed Mr vir Huetoo Huetooon
on the stand and the intent of his testi testimony testimoI1Ylas testimoly ¬
mony moI1Ylas was to carry out the idea that thatwas he hewas hewas
was engaged professionally if at all allwith allwith bin binwith
with th the trust companies managed by byMr byIr y yMr
Mr Ir Lewis LeW
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The sea was greatly tly agitated break breaking breaking ¬
ing ng with tremendous force orce over the thedecks thedecks I Idecks
decks decksContinued decksContinued decksContinued
Continued rains on the t e Isthmus Isthmushave Isthmushave isthmushave
have interfered with canal work u ad adDteve andmovements dj djnts
Dteve movements ents nts of trains On the Panama Panamarailroad PanamarallrMd Panamarailroad
railroad several sever several l steam shovols shovels and andrt andpart andpart
part rt of the old line are submerged submergedfor bmerged bmergedfor
for some distance distanceTh distanceTlte distanceThe
Th The railroad today Is running pas passengar paasenger passenger
senger trains over the new new tracks tracksbut tracksItut tracksbut
but they are arriving late lateGITCOIEfOOBIG lateI lateCANT
I GITCOIEfOOBIG GITCOIEfOOBIGFOR CANT GO COME ME roo BIG BIGFOR BIGFOR
FOR PANAMA Gil GilLaundry CR0DLaundry
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Laundry to Landslides Cov Covers Covers ¬
ers Scope of Work of ofI ofIsthmus ofIsthmus
I Isthmus WorkersNifw Workers WorkersKSW WorkersW
KSW W YORK pee Dec ec 5They L = They Theythings ao aothings t ttltiaSS >
things big Kg down in n the canal zone zonesaid zen zonesaid e esaw
said a member JR JRlIer of et the Congressional CongressionalCommittee Cengre CengresslonalCommittee slonlAl slonlAlCommittee
Committee on Appropriations AppropriaU na that has hasJust basJust hasjust
Just returned from a visit to Panama PanamaA
A story tlry they are lolling down there thereof thereof thereof
of big Major XaJ4 r Wilson chief commissary commissaryi
i of the zone is typical of the spirit spiritbehind 51I1tbebincl spiritbehind
behind the work worka a spirit that will willitake willtake willtake
take care of the biggest slide CulebraI Culebra CulebraCut
I I Cut can produce When the President Presidentarrived PrnidentI
I arrived aboard the warships on his hislast hiset hislest
last et trip down his secretary secretar sent a awireless awireless
I wireless to Major Wilson asking askingwhether askingwhether I
whether there would be time to laun launder lauade launder ¬
der de a a few pieces ptec of linen during durl g their theirstay theirtay theirstay
stay tay Shortly afterward the wireless wirelesssputtered wirelesssputtered
sputtered out the majors answer answerWash answerWash answerRash I
Wash your whole d fleet in six sixhour sixhou sixhours
hours hoursThe hour hourermakers hou
houThe
The Congressmen say that the boilermakers boil boilermakers
ermakers strike which eh far a 3 time timeI timethreatened I
I threatened threat Ded a serious rloys tieup in the thecanal thecaBal thecanal
canal work has become practically practicallydissatisfied practicallynegligible
negligible A hundred or More of 14e 14edissatisfied e
dissatisfied men left the isthmus but butothers butothers butothers j
others replace them within a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days as the Boilermakers Union inthe In Inthe I Itbe
the States ates refused to support the thestrikers thestrikers
strikers strikersAnnual 8trlkersAnnual strikersAnnual I
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Annual Field Trials TrialsOf I IOf
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Of Pointer Clubpen ClubpenWAYKESBORO Club Open OpenWAYNESBORO pen penWA
WAYKESBORO WA ESBOR Ga Dec 5 iThe The an annual anJNRI ¬
nual field eid trials of the Pointer Crab of ofAmerica ofAmerica ofAmerica
America began n near here today with withall withaU withall
all signs pointing to some excellent excellentsport cxeeneatrt excellentsport
sport rt during cJuri g the week eek Many ran prominent prominentsportsmen prominentportsmen prominentsportsmen
sportsmen < from a distance d tanee are here herewith ere erewith
I with their highbred does do < < s having been beenattracted heenattracted beenattracted
attracted by the rich stakes stak offered
ELKS HONOR DEAD DEADAlfred DEADANNUALSERVICE 1 1AT
AT ANNUAL ANNUALSERVICE ANNUALSERVICEAlfred SERVIGE SERVIGEAlfred
Alfred T Holley of New NewJersey NevJ NewJersey
Jersey J ersey and Charles Cha l s E ERickett EEickett EPickett
Rickett the Speakers SpeakersMemorial SpeakersMemorial j jMemorial
Memorial services were held by b Elks EllisLodge ElksLodge ElksLodge
Lodge N Ne 15 to the National Theater Theatertest Thootor1est Theaterlest
test night nightHonor nightHonor nightHonor
Honor was paid to the memory of ofFrank ofFrank ofFrank
Frank P Faunce Edward E4 ard Sill E Mau Mauitee Riau Riautine tau t ttloe
tine Cropley William J Elliott John JohnW Johnw JohnV
W V Sheckelte James M Dunn Gen GenBmmet GenEmmet GenEmmet
Emmet TJrell John ohn T Barber and Wit WllItatm WIItam Witham
tam C P Freaman > en e mAI1 An all of whom have havedied havedied haveflied
died within the last twelve months monxheHo3sa monmRo38B monthsRoma
Roma F Downing exalted ruler pre presided preldoo presided ¬
sided ldoo The first memorial address was wasdelivered wasdei wasdelivered
delivered dei < < ed by Alfred T Honey grand grandtrustee grandtruetee grandtrustee
trustee o Hackensack Hack < nsack N J J and the thesecond theseeond
seeond W f Charles E Eo Pickett past pastgrand paJitJrnd pastgrand I
grand exalted ruler of Waterloo Iowa IowaBryants IowaBrvants IowaBryants
Bryants Thanatopete upon which whichthe whichI whichthe
the order rder of Elks was founded was crew read j jby
I was 0f 0fby offered offeredby otreredI
by James 1 Yeung Bung Prayer was
by the Rev Geois F Dudley pastor p stor J Jof J Jof Iof
I of St Stephens Episcopal iseo copal nf Church The Theselections i imusical iIIlt
musical IIlt tcal program Included includedtht selections sel Uons by bythe bythl
the Marine Band a baritone solo by byRoand byRoand
Roand R Roderick a violin solo by byFritz byFritz byFritz I
Fritz Mueller lluelterKnights MuellerKnights uener uenerKnights
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Knights Templar Fete FetePotomacComJDfindery j jPotomac
Potomac PotomacComJDfindery Commandery CoromR dery Knights Templet Temp Templar lemplar
lar will entertain Beauseant CommanJ CommanletY Ccmmanlery i iery
ery of Baltimore Wednesday tV at a re reception receptlon recaption ¬
caption and banquet at atwhich t which hlch officer officercf oCAcer2c
cf c f the grand nd commandery COIImRnd ry will be preseat pres present preseont ¬
eat A regular business meeting in inthe intbt inthe <
the Georgetown Hall will ill precede the thereception thereception
reception receptionHow receptionHow receptionHow I
How to o Destroy the theDandruff theDandruff e ean
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By n7 a SpecialistThat Specialist Specialistscalp i iTbat
That tile dandrr nit germ enft I is responsible responelbtefor
for nearly all the tts tl diseases to Which hleh the thescalp i iscalp
scalp hi heir as well w t as for f r baldness baldnessand baldnessancl baldnessand
and premature gray hair Is 1 a well wellknown weliknown ell ellkDown
known fact but when we realize that thatfor thatIt thatit
It Is also indirectly re responsbbe poa Ibe for many maDY maDYof manyof i isumption
of the worst cases ot catarrb and eon consumptioa eonmptIOll
sumption mptIOll we appreciate catarrimportance catarrimportanceand the theof importance importanceof i UOrtnc UOrtncot
of any nv agentihat agent that will destroy Its Itstlon Itspow Itspower
pow power We Ve are therefore peneularl 1 1pl I IPIea8ed
pl PIea8ed leased to give gluetton herewith the fr reenccril ri riI
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eminent scientist
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repeated r tec1 tests to completely do dtrv dtrvthe destruthe tri trithe
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is not Actodaud Actodauda Actodauda t a dye dyegrowth but is Is unequalled for pro promotinx promodlUl prom proActodaud
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restoring re torbtt gray hair to its original color colori colorCALTIOX colorCAUTION
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For Tuesday December 6th 6thIs 6thI 6thIs
I Is Another Slashing Sale of ofYoung ofi
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Little Pig Shoulders fresh lb 1 Ftc 14ci FtcLittle 4c 4cMtfie
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Little Pig PigLom Loin roast lb 15c 15cIdtHe 15cLittle
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Little Pig PigPork Pork Pudding Pndd g lb lOc lOcMttle lOcI 10cLittle
I Little Pig Bacon corned s lb 18c 1ScLittle 18cMttle 18cLittle
Little Pig Bacon smoked lb 22c 22cMttle 22cLittle 22cLittle
Little Pig Bacon sliced lb 25c 25cBesides 25cBesides 25cBesides
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The advantage of an Optical Department Departmentwith Saved
with the services of both a skilled optometrist optometristand optometristand optometristand
and optician means absolutely no risk Link lilnkPalais LinkPalais LinkPaIals
Palais Royal oyal prices and the guarantee asso associated assoeiated alsoelated ¬
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No charge for consultations Ask for Dr DrSamuel DrSamuel DrSamuel
Samuel In Balcony Parlor first floor
Table No o 3 3Largc Large and superior snperlorpieces superiorpieces
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bushels of o testimonials from grateful pa patfants patf patients
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