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, " ' COMING!1 ' . r
Detective Sam" Browne's Stonfof .the McNamara Trial
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A real life detective storyv'full ,qf .dramatic situations, in spots
as thrilling as .anyYn romance, Jies behind' .the. confessions of the
McNamara' brothers, who are now serving terms in the California
penitentiaryvfor dynamiting inllos- Angeles,. ,,
Wm. J.'Burnsin' spite of the popiilar impression that has gone
abroad, is nptthe real hero of "tlnV'storyl .The, man who really "got
the goods" on 'theMcNamaras, sits'in, th,e bffice-of the district at
torney in Los Angeles. His name is Samuel L. Brpwne.
Mr. W. G. Shepherd, staff correspondent for. The Day -Book,
has secured Browne's story pfthe1,trial that led from the explosions
to the McNajhara '.arrests. I tcwilt-be (published, exclusively in this
newspaper. ThereiwiH be tjireejjrjstkllments. The first will ap
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Oh, once I had a. Tiger Cat,,
..A .very handsome creature h.e,
But, somehow,' I could iever-'stand
. The way he looked at me !
"Say, do you -know"! wallfin
my sleep?" , ..
"I wish I could I'd be on. the
force yet." "
, An Irishman saw an anchor.
.He-stayed around watching it for
three'days. He said: "I want to
see the man who uses that pick,"