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lieve the latter will not: take the.
stand at all.
One of the things -which caused
friction between District Attor
ney Fredricks and Burns was an
interview by the latter in which
he intimated, that he had certain
boyhood friends of the McNa
maras, one from Cincinnati and
another from Indianapolis, "who
would be potent factors in the
When their names were print
ed, Fredricks is said to have learn
ed that both men had signed affi
davits which are now in 'the pos
ccssion of the defense attorneys,
showing that they originally en
tertained views directly opposite
to those Bums' said they now
Fredricks will try 'to -prove his'
case here on the evidence secured
by his own office. His chief de'
tective, Samuel Browne, has been
working for months, and insists
he has plenty of witnesses with
whom he can conclusively prove
that a dynamite and not a gas
explosion destroyed the Times,
and J. B. McNamara was known
here as James B. Bryce and was
associated with David Caplan and
M. A. Schmidt in the purchase of
dynamite at Giant
closely the lines of the weary
weeks which have been passed in
trying to secure a jury, with both
sides pursuing the most tedious
interrogation and with onlyvfive
sworn jurors in the box. How-
ever.it now seems certain he I
jury'wilf be completed by; Dec.
15and trial then"ca1Tb"e hurried
to its conclusion.
CHINESE IJNCLE SAM IN
This' is a- cartoon "in an English
magazine, the Bystander, which
shows -what the Britons think of,
the tallj" that the Chinese rebellion
is to result in the "Americaniza
tion of China' ,
Old King Coal. 1
Was a merry old soul,
And a merry old soul was he;
He called for his coat,
And he called for his pipe,
But theycouldn't find it.
Customer Do you sell invis-
ible hair nets?
Saleslady Yes, ma-am.
Customer.-TTT-Ifet me seei one,
please. The Sketch.