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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 07, 1911, Image 17

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f, Raif Hort'on at .Fredericks' left.
.: the other, end of the table i the
aase. 'Iieft td right are: Attorney
eph Scott, J. B. M,cNamara on trial,
(.rneys Clarence "Darrow and Le
i j'te Davis. John E. Neyins, United
: DLD IT," SHOUTS
HpRTON IN COURT ROOM
ic defense is extremely evercised
i : the Vide latitude permitted by
e gordwell to Deputy District At
leyprton in trying tp eliminate
)e-.W Morton; an aged civil war
epn.v I
B-rtohs only offense admitted by the
, was that he read the Lbs Angeles
rd--and Appeal to eRason and had
tea -the .Republican party because
elieved it a "oartv of capitalists "
'Ihow thought" he was a Socialist.
tforriev Darrow and his- associates
mso disappointed because affidavits
lepsby'fomv persons against Juror
Press, representative, is seated in
the first press row, nearest the
camera. The Doxes on the desks
of newspaper reporters, artists
and magaizne writers are used to
silence the telegraph instruments
used in sending the news of the
trial direct from the court room.
George W. MoKee.'-forcerT on the
defense by the ruling of the court
that he is eligible for jury duty,
failed to cause Judge Bordwell to
excuse McKee for cause.
The defense had no hope when
court convened today of saving
a peremptory challenge, against
McKee. Judge Bordwell, in de
ciding the original challenge
against him ruled that McKe,e's
simple statement that he would
disregard his belief; that the
Times building was dynamite'd
and try the accused on the evi-t
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