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T!U OH.f.O'i DAILY lO'Jl.'.'Al. lOKTlAND. SATUfcOA XVEHIKO. OCTOH:!! t. lilt
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Me atporianoo for th frland aba'a
B01B4T ta vUlL lan't It? But wa'ra all
bad that kind ftf ftorat. TU t tba
ii:4t tr I taa gat around." ah viitoft,
out u not i ll foni aw tha 1:14. If
Mia that HI coma at T:4 aura.
Wv drtraa t thrao train ta ono day.
tot two apaelaj naala for her and had
bar pat off coming until tha next day I
aaa iter to oomo orar and spend tha
evening. Trn aura I eaa't toll." ehe'll
aay. at It o'clock In th morning. "I
don't know ror aura Joat what 1 11 -do.
Bat I'll toll you. if I can coma I'll bo
thara by l:li and If I'm not ther by
that time don't wait for me." And w
atay at homo and wait for her until too
lata to make any other arrangement
and aha do n't come arter all.
Tba only way to do with ouch people
la never-a nek them again. They hav
no eonalderfttlon for other,' and no re
poet for their own Judgment
Children r annoyed 'to the point of
Irntatloa and exaaperated to anger by
tha tndeelalon of their mother.
"Mother, may I go over to Jennie
Brown' thl Afternoon? She want
' "Oh. I don't know. Don't bectn at t
o'clock In the morning to aak ma what
4Wftea..6 thl afternoon."
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D'ARROYV LOSES IN
: CLASH WITH JUDGE
(Continued from Page One.)
- auaatlonod men the defense challenged
n one way and man '.that tha tat
4 rhall.na-ad in another. Much bitter
i feeling ha alrandy been engendered In j lengea himself.
I tha caaa and froauent cUshea are eer-l 'Thare cannot be two kind of law
J tain from now on. . ., Ihere," h eald, "one for the state and
. Z Declare Booldon Vafalv.
7 Aftar tha decision -against htm. Dar-
'i row conferred with Leoompte Davis and
"i hi other associate, but did not come
to anv eonclus on regaramg tneir ru-
' lure nollcr. Darrow openly charac-
; terlsed the 'decision aa unfair and lndl-l
cated plainly that should Mcaamara
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I finally DO convioteo no aia not wuf
that the verdict would stand.
Darrow then asked that the state ex-
amino SYamntan and Winter for cause.
Fredericks announoed that they wourd i
not Question either man but would pass
feet In an Instant
"Are we to understand that the state
' BMRfi thrsa men . without examlna-
tlnnf" ha demanded. - !
" we nave examinea mem. anawcreui
to hi feet' la ola, nara ion.
demanded ImmodUt action.
rata Tadge oa Baoord.
' T ask that this challenge and the
ehalleag wa have Intorpoaod against
Venireman Winter be passed opoa by
thl court now. X am going to make
the record show this."
"There Is no occasion for that re
mark." rebuked the court but Darrow
held fast and In slow-deliberate tone.
mad bl position clear.
"W aak that tha court now pesa up
on the challengea wa have Interposed
against Mr. Winter and Mr. Frampton.
Neither of th?m, in my opinion, should
b kept In the Jury box for a minute.
I object to their mixing with the other
. Judge Bordwell. without hesitation,
met the Issue:
"Mr. Darrow, these challenges will be
passed upon tomorrow morning.
"Then we will refuse to go on," de
fiantly declared the chief counsel for
the accused, man. T Intend to have
thl record completed."
i Befena Blaolosea Position.
- AoDarently D!trict Attorney Fred-
sticks did not understand the position
taken by Darrow, as he said he did not
see whst Darrow had to do with aaytng
whether he would go on or not But
Darrow quickly made It plain that they
would read their refusal to proceed In
to the record, and then when compelled
by the court .to proceed, as they knew
they would be, have the record show
that they did so under protest which
would be a most Important point should
It ever be necessary to ' have the re
sult of this trial reviewed by an ap
pellate court , '
. . "We are ' making . thl . record." said
Darrow to the court "and; we want It
to ahow that we refused to go on be-
..... . ja Mil Irnnw 'whit ti-4 lltvnrfl
one for the defenae. We admit that who are possible Juror In the box.
sUte ha tha rlrht to take advanUg
of th waiver of th defense and the
defenae cannot be permitted to use ft
ohalleng of thl aort aa a saver of Ua
Attorney Bcott answered Horton with
extreme blttkrnesa. He declared that
the district attorney had, by having
tne court ask the- veniremen whether
they opposed capital punishment, re
versed the order of presenting chsi-
Wiaconaln are) raoelly farmara.
"Did you ever talk about this case
with person who are familiar with the
effect of a gaa explosion H .
"Not that t remember anything
Horton asked the Juror If he had not
talked with people about the effect of
gaa and had not aald ao yesterday, but
he aald Aa had not and that there must
have bean a mistake, aa ha had no rec
ollection of ever dlecuaslng th ex-
plosive force of gaa with anybody.
"Ia there a feeling of belief la your
mind that McNamara la Innocent!"
"I presume any man innocent until he
i proven guilty."
CTkaUeaged for Blaa.
Th atate finally challenged Lea for
actual blaa and for cause, insisting that
he had Indicated aa opinion against th
dynamite theory upon which the entire
stats' case rested, and Judge Bordwell
questioned him. Lee failed to catch the
court'a first Question and Bordwell
asked him If he were hard of hearing.
"I am a little," he replied.
"How long ha that oondltlon exist
ed V demanded the court, and Darrow
waa on his feet In an Instant
"I object to the court' asking ques
tions In thl manner," said Darrow.
;'Your honor, .thl man haa heard all
of the questions put to him by the at
torney on both aide and the fact that
he failed to catch your flrat question
should not be eeiied on aa a cause for
disqualifying thla man."
"Objection overruled," said ' th court,
and an exohange between the attorneys
followed. Darrow finally anapplng out:
"If Catholicism and not Christian
Science that I the matter In this In
stance." ' ' i '
Bordwell Xebnxe S arrow.
Judge Bordwell rebuked Darrow and
Grr Stag, ft rraitfead kie af
M4ra4. ta a tn ta tft tiy, ft pw
at ike rnvk4.
C M . a rraiilaa( ke4i
f aVMllt ftftd wife a nu4
la tk fliy. gvkate at lae rvcitaad.
V. ft Merit. C C Taaaf ead F4 B
Carta. aaiaaa e aa4 raftiututft af
NVw Talk, era la Ik eJiy far ft fi
Aaya, guta at k l"riC
rraak raliaa). th kaaker af Aa4rta.
aa4 wife, ara tuiuag u Ue cliy. gtMa
l tka rwnlaad.
Joka Twoky. wk ka ka vWlttag ta
Call for La far Ika rl aareral Mya.
baa ratarftad ad baa agl ! ftp
kia kn at Ike rartlaad kii.
IL J. Miliar. koft grawac ftf A a rare.
la ft bninaa vtsitar la tk rliy. a
ru4( ai lha rortlaad.
Mr. L. ft Tbftinaa. wife af Ika wail
known capitalist aad praaaeter of Hal ft
ia r. and Kaaaatfc Flak are vlautag ta
mum nitit . I tha lartlaaa.
A. IL Wright ft larobrn ftf uttn.
Waalk. and wife are vuuiag ia ii
dtv. suta at the arro.
Joftapb Edaoo, a toekmea or uni
and wife are apandlag a few day Ift
tba fHtr. aaeeta at tb Beward.
W. O. Da via, a rrait grower ftf ooiaaa
viaiior ift tk iy,
uabtar Aaala. are
from Beatrice, rfabs.
Thr ara neat at the Seward.
IL B. Oouid. a member or ue nanny
by that aame la New Yerk, arvd wife
paaaad throngn tne cny yeaiaroay
their war tft California. Tby
reglatered at tba Seward from Bafrale,
W. R. Skey and A. w. ftfaojuorao4ai.
railroad mea of Spokane, ara btiadnaaal
visitors la the city, gueet at the Cor-
O. M. Washburn, ft merchant of Bcap-
Dooee. OT la ft buslnaa visitor la the
city. guest at the Cornallua.
Charlee Summervuie, aa orcnardiet
of Hood River, aad wife are vlalting ta .
tha city, gueata at th Coraailua.
Judxa J. C Moreiana, cierx or tne
aupreme court, and wife are up from
Salem on ft brief vlalt fuU at the!
a. n. Small, ft newspaper mta or
Baker, and wife are vUltlng la the city.
truest at the Carlton.
A. P. Johnson, a mercnant or lorvej-
lls, la a business visitor In th city,
guest at the Carlton.
H. F. Jeonsted, lumberman of Carl
ton. Or., and wife are spending a few
daya In toe city, gueaia at tne uaruon.
R. Johnston ana wire or romeroy.
Wash., are visiting In the city, guests
at the Bowers.
W. H. AbeL the Montesano attorney.
la a business visitor In the city, a guest
at the Bowers,
I R. Flagg ox Bpoasna ia spending a
few days in the city, a guest at the
Cecil Jeffrey of Perth, Australia, ta
visitor in tne city, a guest at the
Oeorae V. O Connor, the well known
railroad man of Corvallia, la a business
visitor In th city, a guest at th Im
W. F. Thompson, a mining operator
of Fairbanks, Alaska, ia a business vie
ws are desperately desirous of getting
both of these men off this Jury, because
tney are plainly not fair minded men.
We don't want a trial , with that kind
of a Jury, even though these men-say
they would not hang on circumstantial
evidence." v.... v .
An extended legal argument on the
new challenge waa then begun. Judge
Bordwell : finally reserved decision on
Winter' and Frampton' challenge un
til Monday and recess waa taken until
BITTER FEELING CAUSED
BY RULING MADE BY THE
PRESIDING JUDGE IN CASE
"You certainly have not," declared
"Your honor." a&ked Fredericks, "did
we not .examine both these men 7
BOolare tTudf Mistaken. '
"I consider that you did." said th
"Your honor Is mistaken." broke In
Darrow, 'We examined both of these
men and ; It was understood that the
state's examination .was deferred until
our challenge was disposed ot."
""Why, we examined them In resisting
tie challenge," explained Fredericks;
"That - waa what I supposed." : said
Judge Bordwell, . . , s w
"Well I Just want thla record to
show what happened here,", aald Dar
row, and Fredericks replied: ' ; -
"Oh, well, I suppose we can examine
them,"- and he asked both men a ques
tion or two, and then announced that
they 'Were passed by the state.
' Cnallear Zs Benewed.
Attorney Davis quickly took advant
age of the opportunity to question both
men on re-dtrect and elicited from. them
that they would not - qon vlct on cir
cumstantial" alone where the death pen
alty would result The defense then
renewed their challenge against both
men for' Implied blaa, and the state re
; Morten argued that this - ehalleag
came too late and must be overruled.
i, "The defendant cannot possibly ba
Injured." he aald, "because either of
the?a men would 'liot vote to hang a
maa on circumstantial evidence. The
ftJnlUd Fres Leased W!r.
Los Angeles, Oat. - 3. With the
record showing that the defense of
James B. McNamara, on trial for hi
life on the charg of "murder in con
nection with the destruction of the Los
Angelea Times ; building on October. 1,
1910, waa- forced to proceed after de
claring that McNamara 'a constitutional
right had been and were belna- disre
garded ty Judge Bordwell. th ' trial
waa resumed today with both sides in
a fighting mood..--- ..''.''.: .i--;, i
The state immediately started out to
disqualify T. J. Lee, passed by the de
fense shortly before adjournment last
night after he had said that he had no
opinion in th case, but waa "aomewhat"
opposed to labor union because they
believe, ta the strike. " He is of Irish
descent, a member of the Knights of
Columbus, of which Joseph Scott aa'
sociate counsel ior tne defense, is a
prominent officer. Lee. however, said
that ne knew Scott only bv reoutation.
Deputy District Attorney Horton, how
ever, tried to disqualify him because
he had admitted that he aeveral times
inspected the scene of the disaster and
was not satisfied that either dynamite
or gaa caused the disaster. . : .
Barrow Boused by Jadga. '
The break between Darrow and the
court cam lat yesterday, but the
storm cloud bad been gathering for
peveral daya. . The defense ba - been
shifting uneasily under what they have
privately characterized as a subtle at
tempt by . the court to qualify .venire
men whom they have tried te eliminate.
and this we cannot do until our chal-
lenrea are passed upon by the court It
la fair to ua to know what kind of
men will "have to be stricken off by
peremptory challenges - and what kind
will be stricken off . by the- court The
code and the decisions of the supreme
court uphold u In thla- position."
" ZMnitd by tk tTu'dgft.
District Attorney , Fredericks object
ed to the attitude of the counsel for
the defense and suggested that if they
did not want to continue th examin
ation of" veniremen the court would be I
within. Ua rights in doing so m person.
But Darrow had .made hi point and
was ; satisfied. . He renewed his motion
for an immediate ruling; it wa prompt
ly refused, then he had his exception i
noted and the fact that be was pro
ceeding, by order or tne court
Darrow tried to call the attention of
Judge Bordwell to Winter's answers,
where he aald that It would . expect
McNamara to prove hla innocence, and
to Frampton' statement that he be
lieved McNamara guilty beyond a reas
onable: doubt but Judge Bordwell said
it waa, not necessary, and Darrow pro
ceeded to examine ' Lee, finally passing
him for cause after he had explained
that he knew - considerable ' about the
action ..of dynamite, . that he had no
opinion regarding the cause c of the
Times destruction, and - no opinion
whether McNamara were guilty or not
Tha state challenged Rush soon af
ter races because of his opposition to
the death penalty and he was finally ex
cused. ." . - , ,
' Can-Mat does Free.
Jamea B. McNamara waa well pleaaed
when he arrived In court today. He and
hi brother John J. McNamara have
been sharing their cell with Charlee F.
Reynolds, accused of having murdered
his wife. He was acquitted lat Jaat
night and both McNamara accepted
thla aa a happy omen. Reynold left
them this morning after wishing them
sll manner of success. He told them
that his brother-in-law had threatened
him. should he be acquitted, but be an
ticipated ip trouble, Reynold' defenae
waa that be had killed kia wife la elf
Judge Bordwell deferred hi ruling
on tne winter and Frampton challenges
until Deputy District Attorney Horton
could complete hi Interrogation of Lee, I
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