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Namaras must have acted of their
Charles H. Mover, president
W. F. M.: The acknowledge
ment of guilt by McNamaras
will give cause of labor tempor
ary setback, but only until rank
and file can prove to people that
individuals and not labor unions
were on trial. f
O. N. Hilton, chief counsel for
defense in Moyer-Haywood trial:
If the trial of the McNamaras
had proceeded I believe there was
a strong possibility of acquittal.
There were .employes on the
Times who would have testified
gas leakage caused the explosion.
John Kirby, jr., president Na
tional Association Manufactur
ers; The-confession of the Mc
JNamara brothers should be a
death How to organized labor.
They confessed to protect officials
of organized labor "higher up."
Furtherrevelations will come as
the federal investigation pro
ceeds. Fred D. Warren, editor of the
Appeal to Reason: The work
ers had a right to believe the Mc
Namara brothers innocent, and
now they have nothing to regret
in their defense of the two.
Danville, 111.: Members of
Danville Trades and Labor As
sembly went to moving picture
theater where "McNa'maTa de
fense pictures" are being shown;
and cut from film views showing
John "J- McNamara writing let
ter to (the public declaring his in
Detective William J. Burns:
J am. glad to be, vindicated in the
eyes of the public. I don't know
when I will go to the coast. I
want to see all the persons con
cerned brought to justice. Oth
ers should be punishe'd, whose
identity we-know. I can t dis-
cuss my plans now.
Francis J. Heney, former graft
prosecutor of San Francisco: I
knew that Burns apparently had
"the goods". on the McNamaras,
but thought it would be hard to
convict them. Burns told me the
details, and wanted me to assume
charge of the case should he die.
Jean Carrere, newspaper cor
respondent in Tripoli, stabb'ed to
day because he had written arti
cles telling of cruelties of Turks.
Other' correspondents warned
not to write similar stbries.
Hugh Jennings, manager De
troit American -league - baseball
team, was seriously injured todvjy,
in an auto' wreck near Goulds
boro, Pa. Physicians say he will
Rev. Edward Lynett, of Scran- . I
ton, Pa., was also hurt. 1
John Leonard and CJiarles '
Scott made round of Racine sa
loons and collected $130 on bo
gus checks. Now. they are on the
other side of the bars. J
Chinese revolutionists took
possession of Nanjdn today. with
out bloodshed. "
The Santa Claus that visits a
whole lot of places this year will
be plenty small enough to strain
Tiimself through the steam radi