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t panel, -as Judge Boriwell had a
fourth panel drawn this morning
to report as soon as served.
With the box practically filled,
both sides have about agreed on
who shall fall before the peremp
tory challenges. It'is almost cer
tain not more than two men will
survive and both sides are still in
vestigating them. They are T.
Fi Green, capitalist and rancher.
Progressive Republican' and the
, original LaFollette booster in
this section, and Seborn B. Man
ning, a bachelor farmer, 62 years
old, who is an old school Demo
crat without any opinion what
ever on labor union ethics. 'His
health, however, is bad arid pos
sibly, even if not removed by per
emptories, he will be eliminated
on a doctor's certificate before
the trial actually commences.
So far the 'state has had the
wotst of the selections, there "be
" ing four men in the box they
probably will have to challenge.
,These men, Sam F. Mendenhall,
wealthy farmer who-bitterly op
posed Fredericks ; Frank Frakes,
farmer,, and Robert Bain, jetired
..carpenter and Grand Army man,
.who both, incline to the gas the
ory and favor,unions ; M. D, Mc
Neeley, retired tailor, who organ
ized the first tailors' union in this
city and managed its first big
.strike here, but who insisted he
Hadtno opinion in the McNamara
The defense will use not fewer
than. four, of their .peremptories
dn A. C. Winter, butcher, Strike
breaker, and admitted- foe of
llibor unions;, George W,.John-
;sQn who ;says aH union raen'are
''tramps and hums;" Walter N.
Frampton, wealthy farmer, who
says McNamara undoubtedly is
guilty, but would acquit him if
proved. innocentr and George W.
McKee, who is satisfied that dy
namite destroyed the. Times, but
has no actual -opinion of McNa
Darrow is befng deluged with
'anonymous letters" threatening
him, and saying the "Moss" En
right conviction in Chicago is
jusMhe beginnings of a country
wide movement to destroy unions
and then put the-Jeaders in jail.
Darrdw says they would be
laughable wire it not" 'that he is
unable'to Jell whether thewrfters
are .men1 likely to, be summoned
for jury duty, t He haS detectives
investigating this matter.
s . o pT-
Get out your last
year's bonnett, T
With the ear
laps upon it,
The time to cud
dle up now ii
er will be -freezing,"
Get .your coat and stop that
And then keep warm clear
,The weather man says: Fair
tonight, followed by increasing
cloudiness Saturday;- rising tem
perature; lowest tonight near the
freeing point; increasing souther