Business: Eleven Against Foshay

Eleven men of Minneapolis went to their homes last week to tell great tales of Woman's Obstinacy. For a solid week they had been locked in the jury room, deliberating over a ton of evidence containing 1,500,000 words & figures. From the evidence and previous testimony they reached the conclusion that Wilbur Burton Foshay, onetime Northwest utility tycoon, and six associates were guilty of using the mails to defraud. Not of this opinion was No. 12, one Mrs. Genevieve Clark, who stoutly held out for acquittal. After a week of argument, some 200...

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