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TO COMPLETE JURY -""'""
" EARLYlN DECEMBER
. Tjvo -Permanent JurprsRemain
Rollowing Second- Exercising
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.-.Los Angeles, Nov. ;lv After
' the-secqnd exercising pf'pereifjjj-
t'or.y--challengsi -had' been, coni-
pleted in the. McNaraara, case fto-
day,,only two oftlienj.eT tjales-
ip,en 'passed for- Tcausjejjcejthe
first exercising j ofrpefenp.tories
remained t as permanentC juror s.
They were Jurors Sex tpnpdi.nr
are;,., wno - were - lmmetjiateiy
sworn. -- -;.. ' 3,wr ." '
.hen Judge -Borie-ll 'an
nounced -that challenging; niig;ht
bjegin, the defense . peremptorily
challenged ;C. H. Epiptt, :Jac6b'
Lansing and-Maj. Brewster-Ten-y'on.
k The -state, challenge'dVA!ex
ander. Gribling, Will -AJljffunner
and1 Clark 2&cLain,'and"then,an
nounced that it would iaccept; C.
-Al, Heath, William J. Andre and
J.-B. Sexton as 'permanent occu-
pants of the box. ' . -
The defense, after a few -mo-'
ments - conference, - challenged
Heath and passed therother two.
This left five permanent jurors
in the box. The defense still lias
eleven peremptory challenges-left
and the-state only, five,. -
As soon as Andre and Sexton
hadbeen sworn the work 'ofcqual-
ifying the seven'additional jurors
began. -Judge B6rdwell at the
same time ordered tne- eighth
venire of forty names drawn, the
members- to report at 9 o'clock'tp-
. .William Nicholson,-a-Losf'An-
gelesvgfocer, and(former 'resident
of Buffalo, 'was passed-f or cause
by- both sides. 'He insisted' that
Tie" had-no 'opinion1 regardihg-the
case.v' ';..'' r "V ."" '"
'. Attorney Scott,, of- counsel 'for
thejdef erise today received a. tele
gramrj from'-C " J. 'Smytheof
Omaha, former attorneytgenefal
ofNebfaska-, suggestihg.vthat the
de'jfe'n.Se"t'y t6',ta,ke thecase, iijto
the.-feder.al courts.;- Hismessage
reads? ' "Why? "n.oVap.piyto tte
federal .court'for. a'wtif'of .'Habeas
corpus ,fQr . XcNam'ara, 'on "- fhe,
ground it.hat hewas kidnaped in
viplafjqn- of.hjs constitutional
rightfr- vaiye the people of the
country, a chance to judge be-,
tweeij "the, treatment offered; to
laboring men and tp-")Sth'e beef
RackerV,; ,.';' r, ',J
J"cortt.cons.ulted, his associates,
Hutjdecided thai; it wquld "be fnj
possible 'to adopt Smytfie's sug
gestion 3t-tfyistimeT" '- . .
Los AngeJes,.Cal., Nov-. .17.-f-W-ith-the
the'jVfcNamarajury will be com
pleted -, after the-first-of next
month, 'both sides" are now-work-ihgjhard
on the actual' evidence,
and it is (believed. that-'sensatioh
will follow sensation Nffom the
'Unless he changes his rpincj,
District -Attorney Fredricks will
not make any'opening statement
regarding the case, as he does not
?.W4-j, rt-.-4-W' lafanVa tr
UOll- IU glVt 111V. UtitUOb OU JI1IW-
lmg 'op his intentions. t 'v-
i 'The fifst' few days will be.de-
ivotedto orovine the deathof
IGharleVi Haggerty, for .'wliosc