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lives with or how he earns his
money." Municipal Judge Gem
Packers today predicted $10
Hogs ,beore the end of October.
Hogs brought $9.30 for high
Covitti Vincezo, 709 Forquer
st, crushed between car and.
wagon at Mather st. Internally
Frank Nelson and Wm. Brady
arrested. Hold-up men.
Rosaris Mither, 3, 1031 ConJ
gress st., struck by auto, of Wm.
Cameron, 1534 N. Artesian ave.
Oscar Swanson, 3247 S. 43rd
ave., struck by auto of O. W.
Mitchell, 45 Collender ave., La
Grange, at W. Ohio st. and N.
Kedzie ave. Severely injured.
TRIAL IN FULL SWING
Federal Court Room, Indiana
polis, Oct. 4. Dynamite conspir
acy trial under full way. District'
Attorney Miller making opening
statement. Probably will take
three days to it.
Miller was stopped by Senator
Kern when he said that John J.
McNamara was serving a sen
tence for murder. Miller with
Kern interrupted again when
Miller said that Frank M. Ryan,
as president of International
Ironworkers' union was member
of executive council of American
Federation of Labor. Miller
withdrew that, too.
Attorney Harding, for the de
fense, objected when Miller be
gan telling the results of various
explosions. Said the -amount of
damage done had nothing to do
with charge of illegally transport
"It is irrevelant whether explo
sions caused two or three million
dollars' worth of damage," said
Judget Anderson. "No evidence
of the amount of damage will be
allowed in the trial, but you can
not separate effect from cause in
an opening statement. Objection
j Miller's long opening state
ment will rehash all the old story
told by Ortie McManigal, the in
former. The jurors got the shocks of
their lives yesterday when Judge
Anderson told them they would
be held together during the entire
time of the trial.
The trial is likely to. last thfee
months. During all that time the
jurors will be held in the federal
building, virtually prisoners.
"I'd rather be a defendant than
a juror," said William K. Benson,
The jury is ma'de up of eight
farmers, two retired farmers, one
grocer and one grain dealer, all
residents of country towns.
There are some precocious of
fice boys in the neighborhood of
the Board of Trade.1
'"Look here," said one of them
the other" day, "I think the boss
otight to gimme a bit extra this '
week, but I guess he won't."
"What for?" asked the book!
keeper. ' I
"For overtime. I wuz dreanun' i
about me work all last nighty"