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Drop In md look them over.
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Wood brovmi, moju fray, etc.
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oad fr th Rpubttca pAmlMtloa I aad. firlag at aa aluiad af 114 fact.
for govoraor af Indiana. I mad lb tit amlla AiplM la tl j
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10 THIRD 8T.
A Quarter of a Century tn
labor and th other., that hla wlf ha
lert htm bcaua of hla allegad connM
tlon with thca dynamiting affair and
Wlf Xnrw Ml. bUssloa.
"l ain't a stool pigeon." he aald In
regard to the former. "Even though I
did what I did to ear myself, I know
that I'm doln' honest unionism mora
good than theM other fellows," indicat
ing by voice, manner and motion th
McNamara brothers. Tv been a
union man since January, 1108. when I
took out my first card aa a structural
' Iron worker, goln' on nine years, and I'd
tand by union labor to the. last ditch.
As to my wife, she knew every move
I made. What do you suppose she
thought I was runnln' all over th coun
try for? She's bought up by the de
fense and the divorce suit Is part of
Ihelr work. The first time she ever
Third and Alder.
your private Christmas
and New Year Cards and
Booklets want to be dis
tinctive this year,
send yotif friends and
relatives something dif
ferent something new
and pretty with your
name engraved or print-
; ed thereon.
the styles for 1911 are
more artistic than ever,
and the verses have been
T written by the best writ
ers. The prices are with
in the limit of any purse.
we are now taking spe-v
cial orders from" Sample
Books in our Stationery
department tor tuture
delivery. Place your or
der promptly so as to
et them in ample time,
top in and see the Sam
ple Books next time you
pass the store. .
first tard a a structural iron workar.
local 111. of th hoisting engineers. I'm
aa proud of that card today as I was
Th Burn detective men who had re.
malned In th room throughout th In
terview, made It plain that I had stayed
long enough. I rose to go and Mc-
Manigai row also. I stood for a mo
ment gaslng fixedly at him, longing
for that marvelous power of a Russian
TolMoy that seems to be able. to get
lnsld 'f . man' mind and read th
thoughts that lie so deeply hidden. AIm,
f could not do It.
Something of my thought seemed to
strike, wave like, upon McManlgal'a
brain. He flushed slightly, and then,
smiling, ha said aa I walked toward the
door, "I'm lookln' well, ain't I? I've
gained li pounds since I cam in April.
1 weign mo now."
"Confession seems to be good for the
body as well m the soul then," I re
"Yes, Indeed. I use a rubber exerciser
every day and keep in good health so
that when I get out of here I can work
for those ImvUmX adding emphatically,
"They're mighty fine kids."
Strange sentiments, you say, for a
confessed dynamiter. Of course! Ha
is a man. and to quote Emerson, "Man
la the puzzle of th universe."
TRIAL OF M'NAMARA .
ONE LONG SUCCESSION
v OF SPUTTERINGS
(Continued from Pag One.)
-1 .rftiit 10 call our attention to two
lnaiaac. your honor,' m!4 larrow.
naln. rfor4 la Mod.
"1 do not car to Mv you do ao,'
ili4d Judaa Bordwali. "1 re4 th
im-bm Mr thoroughly."
-1 ml ok 1 might M beard." pleaded
Ikmrraw. "1 mlcht poaalbly coavlnc
your honor. I think I will. 1 ak to M
beard 00 thl queaUoa Of th challenge
to Mr. Winter."
"W think ih maltar baa Man gon
lata orally thoroughly on Mih aidea, I
out honor." chipped ta th district
"1 will not argu 11 at all Mgged
narraw. Klv mlnuU I all I need.
I Mk to M permitted to ask Mr. Winter
another quMtlon or two.
Itat rata la JU.
-Thara hu sot 10 b an end om-
whr to theM anamination," snorted
ih diatrict attorney.
-That la th very point w ria
acalnst Cantata Frederick in juror
L's case,'' cam in Joe Bcott, with hla
sleeves all rolled up. "And tb captain
uld tha examination can M renewed
11 ur time."
After the oourt ha ruled T aakod
n that question. . yes," . retorted
Bcott. in his best voice.
"The court ruled on yotir question
ami vou wanted another crack at it.
"The application la denied." murmured
"Exception' said Darrow, In any-thin-
but a murmur. "
Th court is also of th opinion that
Mr. Frampton is not disqualified to sit
as a Juror In this case," went on Judge
BordwelL "Th law does not oontem-
Dlate that a Juror should ba disquali
fied aimDlv because he has an opinion
eoncernlnar tha merits of th casa If
that onlnlon is based solely upon state
ments made In public Journals, publlo I
rumor and notoriety.
riaads for Hearing.
"I would like to bft heard, your honor,"
pleaded Darrow "heard In the way of I
argument as to me competency 01 xar.
Framoton under the law."
"The. matter may be considered as
closed." said the court solemnly.
"I except to the ruling of th court
rt uaina- counsel to be heard on th
nomDetency of Mr. Frampton," was
Harrow's Dartlnc thrust.
"i.ow. there Is one vacant chair," said
th court, changing- the subject "You
mav fin it. Mr. Clerk."
After that Darrow was annoyed b
ra.ua tha nrosecution was willing to
Dass Winter and Frampton without ex
amination. So th district attorney
iced aoma formal Questions and In
stantly he found that Winter would
require very positive .evidenc before
ho would pass on a man's life. But
this did not disturb Fredericks and he
merely asked Frampton a few perrunc-
savls Is Shut Off.
Th L Compt Davis wanted to ask
Frampton some more questions, but
the Judge shut him off and he noted
tha usual exception in in goo a 01a
But finally by persistence "Da via got
a whach at Winter, who told him he
would- not convict a man on clrcum-q
etantial evidence whore the punish
ment was death. Frampton also re-'
plied In the same way and the defense
then challenged both Jurors who war
very entirely satisfactory to the proaecu-
an incursion into
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6 'You may chouse your own mattress, hair or twtton
felL f You may choose, your own covering.
8 Bed part all metal AH parts removable. Absolutely
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10 A stationary befi no longer necessary in a bedroom.
11 When you consider its advantages yoij cannot afford
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The Daven-o. is the first and only combination bed that is adapted for
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i i it
Booka, Office Fupplie and
to that question, your honor. He ha
answered every quesUon andheard ev
ery word In this room except one, when
th court did not speak loudly. There
Is no evidence In this record that he is
afflicted in any way."
"He say that he is," put In District
Attorney Fredericks, (squaring away
"He said' 'a little bit,' " retorted Dar
row. "He hu answered Mr. Horton; he has
answered me. and he has never oncee
lost a word: The court spoke
iuw una ne BBnea once to nave the ques- j tin This , seemed
uon repeaiea, wnicn every Juror does topsy turvey land.
ana mere is not any evidence before this j Horton insisted that
court mat no has any defect in his
Ooart Ovrrnla ObJ action.
"Objection .overruled." said Judg
"Exception," snapped Darrow. "The
record ought to show that your honor's
vole 1 hoarse and " 4
"Very well, let it show," admitted th
court, : i
"Th Juror hasn't any affliction"
"Mr. Darrow, I have made a ruling
on tnai, replied Judge Bord well severely-
Except what he saya hlmaelf."
sneered th district attorney. .
-uentlemen. I would not hava theM
personal talks or, controversies."
wm not In the order prescribed by the
law. Davis promptly offered to with'
draw his former challenge. - Horton
argued that th defense could not be
harmed by Jurors who would not eon'
vlct on circumstantial evidence: He
Implied that the defense wm using the
challenge for cause to say th UM of
peremptory challenges and Jm Soott
argued that tha . district attorney had
neia me owcr way.
, eort Soars 41 Bala.
He insisted that what wa good law
yestevday waa good law today. w
are desperately desirous of getting Mr.
Winter and Mr. Frampton off th Jury
becauM w bellev they ar not fair
minded men." roared Scott. "We don't
care whethar they believe
penalty. W want to
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