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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 23, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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SCHOOL LAND LEASES BRANDIES OFFERS
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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cockraa, !!5v Telephones:
Editor and Publisher. 1gggg Editorial Monroe 353.
500 Soutn Peoria 9L 396 , droulatien Monroe 3826.
VOL. 4, NO. 99
Chicago, Saturday, Jan. 23, 1915
ONE CENT
JUDGE CAVERLY AIMS HOT SHOT AT
ACTIONS OF SHYSTER LAWYERS
Says "Out They Must Go"-Case of Ole Nelson Bring
Prisoner-Grabbing Actions to Boiling Point
Judge Threatens Jail For Future
Offenders
War on shyster lawyers has been
declared!
Judge Caverly mobilized bis idea of
squareness and fair play in the Des
plaines. street station courtroom, this
morning and emphatically ruled
that the shyster lawyers must go.
No more will be allowed to roam
the vicinity of his courtroom in
search of work from those awaiting
trial.
Caverly's ruling was the result of
the'gMnicarrying cage of , Ole Nelson,
642 W. Madison st, which came be
fore the judge Saturday morning.
Nelson was placed on the stand and,
as is usual, was asked if he wanted a
jury trial. Nelson said no and signed
a jury waiver.
Lawyer Wm. Buchner jumped up
and told the judge that Nelson did
wanted a jury trial and that he,
Buchner, wanted the signed jury
waiver set aside. Caverly became
suspicious and granted the attorney's
request.
Nelson was then questioned as to
Buchner's Interest in the case. The-
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