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left to,use on foun.men.yet tp.be
chosen and it is certain thatvas
soon as they are exhausted,; the
work of filling the box w"ill,not
take half a 'day. , '
The court has decided that two
reserve jurors shall be drawn,
despite the contention of the de
fense that this is absolutely, un
Attorney Darrow insistedto
day that if either of thetwo men
is substituted, for a regular juror
for any reason, 'it will furnish
grounds for an appeal-to theSu-'
preme court of the United States.
When the trial,, was resumed.
today .there were.atilLthree va-J
cant.seats in the.box which must
be filled before the fourth exer
cising oi:pjer.emptoriesr could' be
gin. H. S. Beaman, passed- into
the box over the defense.'s chaK
lenge, admitted, a prejudice
against cMcNarnara ,and said he
knew from. personal observations.
that the Time's was dynamited.
The, defense will have to .chal
Attorney Davis,- for, the de
fense, today continued his iriter-
rogation of Colin O. .Collins, a,
millionaire retired Pittsburgh
iron m'erchant. He madehjr for,,-,
tune in .Pittsburg and Allegheny"
and said he was prejudice;!,
against union men because, of a'
big strike in his Eeaste,rn plant,
years ago. He' was certain'
unions"are a menace'to the nation.
He acted as a juror .in the ori
ginal picketing case here during
a strike which immediately pre
ceded the Times disaster and vot
ed to" convict. he accused.Jbut in-.
sisted. he. cpu ldjretutQ. faf airver- '
diet. ' -f ,,.. .
trial "begn theef ense today 'em- l
phasized 'its "con tejrtipn1 thatthcre i
wasi much 'morthaitf an-prdjnaty
murdeptfiaUnVolvfid in theories- r
end;is;sue.'Davjs;plrqj:este4rttthe ., 0
tion by Frederitfcsitofliiisciires- '
tion whether Col Uns was, general-
ly pfejudiced'tfag.ajljst'' 'unions
which BpFdweJl ruJeHWasinme- '
tenal andfrtgennanelftotheiis- '
sues of tft e pre.seQttriaj. y -' "
WitH vojce-SRaken?I)av4sJ said :
"Your Honor," this 'hla-migKt .
think ht,'ifjTie'sSt"asTa,juf'b,,'he '
could in tqis rcasestrikeTa- terrific
blo'vjT to 'allj'oVganie'd labor Iby'a
verdict .of gij jfty'and'pjo'ssibiy'e-
troy . af i corganizepiauur: uy i?
action.. 'He adroi'tshejig abolute
.ly'op'pQseHto'uniQnism,'" andwe ,
have a right'to show'whaVheVdpes
Tjeheve in,this,.case whereumon-
.andfthe objectipmof e-state : sqs- :
taingd- Jt Proceed ith'jthe"'exam- ,
ination Mr. Dayis',"'slajlj!."tne
court1 ansiw.eredi1 . r , . r
Renewed acti2iyiof 'ihe gpanis '
anfi theincrease'd-nujber of men
watching "the prrepncnrarevcauSingf '
mucK discussion. p , " J 1
,swei whether .theVcpurt.nas- di
rected this"acfcionas the" result tof
a, rumor circujatea. tnat j . -jjjyic-amara
also that, the sb,erjfjf.M' feared he" ,
might contemplate suicide! When
-AttpriieyDarigw- .-was.' asked -
about -this, .he declared today: