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ARRAtGiificrBiiKlHkAMviJlN i-ORALiiEGEQ '
. - ATTEMPT TO- BRIBE PROSPECTIVE JUROR
Judge' Wm. Young reading warrant to B Franklin, chief of
the McNamara defense detectfve bureau, in wfajch Franklin is
charged with trying tp bribe Gep. N. Locfcvrood, a prospective juror.
'Franklin is a former "United States marshal. In the above' picture
FrankHnlis; facing "Judge Young; jwhile 'Attorney Davis is standing
neariwith$10;000 in his pocket, ready: to furnish bail for Franklinj
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. 'WHY, OF' COURSE
..rMr.:?B!pckefeller and the 'Rev.'
Mr. Gates indignantly deny that
they toqk-advantage qf a $420,
000 'Joan to get away with securr
ity, now -worth $700,000,000. A
question .of veracity is.involved..
In-such cases, the reputation
and record'of the witness counts
a good- deal with public opinion.
Of course, if the richest man in
the -world has ever coveted or atn
sorbed the property" of 'others, inr
eluding large slices of t the rer
"sources, of mother Jearth his dis
claimer will find ready accept
Of courseJ ' , i
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Topeka doctor. says crow on
toast is really a .delicious dish.
White "Ho'use-chef please notice.