TOE HARRY Estes Doctor Specialist list Partial of Diseases Cared DR ESTES, SPECIALIST Ml 1. WaaUngten An (Beyl Remember the uakw bigydles FYum Page i':;e 1 i I National and Hudson is complete and and we do ALL KINDS OF REPAIR WORK. Fall line of Bicycle Supplies and Cutlery. See ns before you buy or hare your repair work done. Oar machine shop H. np-to-dat- e (Sa IHJssmisoifl 2528 Washington Avc. OPPOSITE CITY BALL. Special Candy Sale Next Saturday, April 13, from 2 to 6 p. ou our PURE STICK CANDY, au't flavors, 1 5c Per Pound Regular Price 25c Ogden Candy Kitchen 370 25th St, Broom Hotel Building Ind. Phone 326 Your Expectations Will Be Realized IF YOU BUY A. RACYCLE t'.ie can I. child." BICYCLE Also we MAN & want your KODAK business. Full line of EASTPKEMO KODAKS and all supplies for the amateur. Spring is here and you will want your bicycle put in order. Our repair department has been enlarged and prions are right T. S. HUTCHISON 306 TWENTY-FIFT- H STREET. . n E. F. BRATZ Real Estate Bargains In any part of the City and County. Loans on Improved City and Farm Property Promptly Negotiated. Fire, Tornado and Plate Glass Insurance " ril,t'n n Strong and Safe Companies at Lowest Rates. BJ 25th Street Opposite Reed Hotel PHONES: 420 AND 420Z. "A.mmacsH3Bxsi 11. 1007. 3 1. il il.ai this 1 ... ! girl oT lb- - clinr.ia hat she say Sji.f.ir i btir.g :: her about a.1 noiin-feuj -- aiue simply so fwu.i.a'e as not i:al si;,. ,!. t.. I'r found oui. iv ur h'':t r ward appeal tJ iju :im li appeal tu any man's u-- ia.ia bn cold-bloode- Only A TRIE ci-s'- ao-tio- WE nAYE TIIEM AND THE BEST .PUU-B- ivi a IUI oteh. Setrana Bo i..v TUI I5SDAY. cvv u 4 Ogden. I'! of two tnvn and a w,y nianr" he usked. Perhap., gentlemen. uy learned friend from the Pacific slope return-btrIt. perhapa he rvmetuDtr that ae of dementia Amertv-sua- . "Thaw walked deliberately across the rouf garden and la auch a manner that hie enemy did But have a chano-tdefend himself, and then turned suddenly, and, bolding the piaiol an cl e tu Stanford White's bead tha: after he a dead Mr. Smith, hia brother-in-law- , him bedid nut km-cause of the ponder marks, he fired once, twice, three tlmea. Mr. Jerome picked up the piaiol from the table aad aa he spoke the words punctuated them by pulling the trigger three times. 'Deliberately he shot the man who had barred him from cluba, who had once taken from him the woman he loved, and threatened to take her away again, and then, my learned tells you, he stood with his anna extended, like a priest dismissing a oongregathm. 1 did not see anything In the etrldenos abodt that. He held the pUtol up that the people present might know that there would be no more shooting, in order to prevent n panic. When the man who arrested him asked why he IM it, the prisoner answered He ruined my wife.' He did not aay. 1 am the apostle of God, appointed to kill Una rarlsher of American virgins.' No, my friends, this apotleof-Go- d business came after this defendant had the advice of my friend, Rians." Mr. Jerome went into the details 9! the evidence regarding Thaw's and words after the killing and aid that there was not one thing that did nut show calmness, coolness and rationality. "He was rational, he was calm and cool," went on the district attorney. He walks up to bis enemy, after carefully locating him, and carefully takes aim. He doea not take any ebanoea of hitting any one else. You are told his face was white. Here was a man who had nursed an enmity far three years, who had glared at hia enemy until, after a good dinner and hearing the story of two men and a woman In which Truxton Beale had his figured, deliberately shot down Is It any wonder he wa's enemy. white? Is the killing of a human being a thing so common that a man can do it without turning pale. You locate your enemy, yon locale the man who blackballed you at cluba. who you say ravished your wife, who spread stories of perversion abodt you, you shoot him down, and then oome here with dementia Americana! it la absurd. Why, the crlma bristles with premeditation. Unexplained, It is murder in the first degree. A man hoots down his enemy, who, no matter how bad ha may be, Is entitled to the protection of the lsw. Let him be blacker than the cloak at midnight, which counsel yesterday threw about hia memory, and I aay he still has a right to believe that the laws of this community would protect him. Who made this man the executioner of Stanford White? Had he no right to put hia faith in the laws of this state? Must a man go armed hare ae in a mining camp? "There in nothing In this caae that j, doea not show premeditated murder. And to this, what answer is made? T was insane when 1 went across that room and fired throe bote into a man's head; I did not know it was a pistol I held in my hands; I did not know It was my enemy I was ahootlng, I did not know the nature and quality of my act and I did not know that It wae wrong.' Gentlemea. when the law says that when a man doea not know an act Is wrong, he is excneable, it dove not mean that in hia opinion it is not wrong, but that hia mental condition la auch that he doea not know the act Is legally wrong. When the anarchists in the Chicago Haymsrket throw the bomba they had nothing against tha they policemen whom they killed; were simply deluded men who believed it wae their duty to kill all the representatives of law and order; but they knew that under the law that the act waa wrong." When Mr. Jerome took up the testimony of Evelyn Thaw he waa very effective. He spoke with much vehemence la defense of Stanford White and hia words fairly bristled with sarcasm when be had occasion to refer to Thaw aa the modern St George" and Evelyn as the "Angel n-- Paafnoes. lUegiag la the Throat, Horn, Kye or Ear. All Tuhee aad Cl tic Laasa, Inadtlil Uv m. Sidney aad Bladder. Haait Dim K erven TwiUmi lit VUaa Oaaea, Pile. H Trouble. Taya Want Bload Faleonlng from aay collar la Woman. ANT FKIVATN UMAiU OF ta stay cared. mT aalckly wedaiiMlaadaa Cnm at m aad Jv4o la lawrtM the Call write. TaaiwuT wrr WlwNlilaA OGDEN, UTAH. EXAMINER. THAVS FATE RESTS IN HANDS OF THE JURY. iCotainued ! fail Madam method. Corae Free N af any name eanaultatiea far any ChrenlB ar nature. Every ease iwiwuai A MORNING White he designated Ms n man of position In the community and a genius. He pointed out that there la not a particle of evidence to show that White made any insidious advances toward Evelyn after coming into her life, or that ho daxxled her childish mind with rich gifts; but on tho contrary he helped her rnly by presents of neceaaary wearing apparel. White, he declared, never plied the girl with wine, for she, herself, admitted that he never permitted her to drink more than, one glass. Mr. Jerome rounded out hia defense of White with the declaration that "A man may not be virtuous. He msy be unchiste, hut it la not necessary that he be a brute." The district attorney dwelt at length on the occurrences in the 24th street sfudlo as related by Evelyn upon the witness stand and pointed out What he declared were many serious discrepancies In her narrative. He laid great stress on the fact that although the girl could remember wbat transpired during her journeys through Europe, ahe oould not llx the time, within three months, when, as she claimed, ahe waa outraged by He chsracterlxed Stanford White. the occurrence in the atndlo aa moat extraordinary, particularly aa she, the victim, was a member of a norod ora chorus." "It can hardly be conceived that this chorus girl should be dragged into a den and there attacked." Mr. Jerome refereed to the offer of tbe defense to allow the prosecution to contradict Evelyns story and then declared that when he made a move to avail himself of It the doors were closed. "I called a learned chemiat." the district attorney continued, "to prove to you that there hies not exist 0 drug such ss this 'Angel child would hive you believe waa employed to bring about her nln. But my learned opponent from the Pacific slope I railed the photographer who took throe picture! for which Evelyn herself said ahe posed upon the night before she was outraged. I knew tbst this evidence would not be admitted. I knew that even ir the counsel for the defense hal not ob.'eM-- d. the 'AKU'.d Lave ruled li om. trained bjected. her aotl-.n- i I-- tlu: .f st-- other girls. Was ahe bixicgLi i.; an more carefully than yor 011 ..sa,:!) ter have been trough' up Go buck to sere 1 shat uch a when they think -- yea; th.:; of ag,- - 0 aid !id, hiurj would have tuvui to tlnt;i What doet this girl do'' Ih-ri from this mau? 1 km-- vht- aa-hu- him? i attorNo. thundered the hlui again and ney. "She meet again. Eight or nine -utr.e she g. to the tower and to tin- Twenty four' h street houso with this human ogre who had stripped her f her virginity. She met him time and again, and. far from repelling :hoa fearful attack, we find her. by her own word, a; one time undressing In a nann down atairs while White sat talking with a friend upon the floor above. This dragon, preying uiton female virtue, wrote this angel child' letter after letter, tcurat of them. Some of them were identiied, but saa a single one put in evidence and read? No. There 1 nothing to show you that these letter contained anything that was (tad. WouMit some of these letters routaia something to indicate the vtcloua character, the eiil disposition, of this very wicietd man? But they contained nothing of the sort. Now contrast this vu h the modern 8t. George who led the angel child' back Into the paths of virtue In Novemtier, 1803, writing her letters in which he discussed sexual perversion. Oh, that we might try this case before a Jury permitted to bear all the evidence. I have not been per milted by law to show to you where Stanford White waa the night after the pictures were taken of this angel child the night she says ahe waa raped. Aa I have sat hare in this court room unable to raise a hand in reply to some of tbe things that have been utered, it baa eeenied to nte 1 have heard the voice of Stanford White calling from tbe apirlt world, asking nte if I could not utter one word- for him 'Must 1 be blackened aa by the Urea of bell, unheard, undefended?" Mr. Jerome paused for a few moments and then continued: "Now, gentlemen, let ua see what this girl herself says of the horrible demon who ruined ber. She says, Outside of this one awful thing, I admired BtanfOrd White. He bad a most extraordinary personality.' What an extraordinary panegyric that la, comiug from those Ups, Stanford White's lips are sealed by death and by the rales of evidence. But what are we expected to believe of a man whom auch a tribute is paid by the girl be so brutally aeduned? "Gentlemen, I am not here to ded fend Stanford White, but 1 am to say that thare is a difference between unchastity and brutality; then is a difference between the man of the world and tbe brute who ravishes. Her own words have ruined the theory that Stanford Whits was a brute, lias she been so enlightened by this modern 8t. George that at last ahe haa enma to believe that all women are not unchaste, and yat she can come here, but 22 years of aga, and It in that rhatr aad describe tbe man who ravished her aa a girl of 18 in the remarkable way that she ha done. "Stanford While was a wealthy man, a man who found enjoyment, God knows why or how. In this class of people. He sees this child blow into hia circle. You have looked upon the girl in court and you ran well draw tha picture of bar at tha time he went to apply for a position la the Florudora chorus, and waa told by the manager he was not conducting a kindergarten or a baby farm. "It vu natural that a rich man. like Stanford White, moving In the circle in which he did. should have tried to help this girt. It waa natural that he should give her the little gifts of wearing apparel which tended to her comfort. There la nothing In bln conduct consistent with the theory that tbe relations between the two were not 'pure. I do not know how It was. and neither do you, except as this girl tells ua, and. gentlemen, I must submit in all solemnity that ahe doea not tell tbe truth. You have no evidence outside of her own story that tha relations between her and White were Impure. And the character of her story may best be Judged by ber statement that all of her experiences with this man were against her will that they were all we find ber voluntarily in rape-y- et bis rooms walling and willing for the awful attacks of this monster." Of the life of Evelyn NesbH, Mr. Jerome said: We know wbat this sort of life the Jife of the stage la. W pass along the great whiteway of this city and see something of it." Mr. Jerome want into the life of her youth at which time Evelyn Nee-W- t made her appearance on "that ' notorious thoroughfare. "Now why do you think Garland waa paying her attentions," he asked, "and he a married man? "Evelyn Tha followed her np with American beauties and presents of money. Sure, her home life did not contribute much toward the shaping of a career, but t do not wish to Judge the mother harshly. "Let me read you a passage from Evelyn's testimony which may give you a better insight of this mother. Asked if her mother was pleased with tbe attentions Garland paid her, Evelyn replied, Yes, she was.' "T mean the attentions Garland paid you. Whs your mother pleased with that? " 'Yea.' "That wan tbe sort of life that laid the foundation for what was to come later. She waa Then came Barrymore. so ainoerely devoted to him that she contemplated marriage. He had offered Ms hand in marriage, but Stanford White said 'You are children, you have nothing to live on. And on White's advice she was arot to school.' Now then we w that the whole situation centers about this girl. II was she who brought this about and I will endeavor to give you a deeper Insight to the life and thoughts of this angel child. Whtt I am about to say did not come from tbe mother, but' and here Mr Jerome picked up the girl's diary. "I would suggest that In future when Mr. Hartridge gives away documents or papers belonging to a client be should be more careful in seeing what goes out of his hands. t For the Information of counsel iuu tf." Mr. J.a.c cuu.iiiiicd, "ibai oom-pelle- this book was given to me by the police of the city of New York." He then read the several passages from the diary which are in record a evidence. These itassages, the district attorney argued, clearly show that the mind of the angel child wae not si simple aa Mr. Dvluuui would have the Putnam Has Them And Has Them Good Jury believe. There is one quotailon I wish to read to you because In it 1 believe lies the whole key to this tragedy. 'A girl who is good and never hse had any scandal against her, is fortunate.' she write. The girls here (at school) are all Juet of that kind. There is not one of them who will ever he anything. When I aay anything 1 mean Just that. They will perhaps be good wivee and mothers, but I warn to lie a guod actreaa first. Tt waa tbe desire of this girl to be a good art rose that caused her to play this thing between these two men until she brought one of them to bis grave. Tble child, who did not believe in the ehaatlty of women, went to Paris on Thaw'a money with White's letter of credit in her pucket." "Khe goes to Parla in the frame uf mind her diary Indicates. She was fully convinced that there waa no virtue in womankind because, a counsel would have you believe, her virtue bad been destroyed. This is the ongrl child built np by Mr. Delmas, and upon whose testimony be has constructed hia whole case. I will show this child so loved that aba renounced hia offer of marriage renounced him to go hark to tbe 18 a week of tbe studio and tbe III of the stage. This la the child that travelsj all through Europe with St. George, who told ber there a chastity among women St. George, who gave her her first moral horlton. What does she do when she leaves him. She contra back to America, landing on Saturday. Gomes back on Thaw'a money. She doea not aee Stanford White on Sunday bnt on Tuesday we find her at Abraham Hummels office with him. There she wae making an affidavit. Buffi elent la It now that you see her signature Immediately opposite tbe date October 27, 1903. 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