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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 05, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 12

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In Crawfordsville, Incl., in summing
up, rushed at the jury, wildly waving
blood-stained garments of the vic
tim, in one hand, and snapping a re
volver trigger1 in their faces with the
other. .
In one case, you sde, the prose
cutor objected to sentiment in court
because he believed it hurt his side,
while in the other case the prosecu
tor worked sentiment and dramatics
to the highest pitch, for which he was
censured by the court.
Perhaps the day will come when
all such theatrical efforts in the ad
ministration of justice will be barred;
when expressions of feeling of any
kind will be overruled and trials will
be conducted concisely and logically,
so that jurors may know just what
they have been called on to pass judg
ment upon.
Brides on western
Pretty little Mildred Harris wanted
to be an actress when she was a wee
maid of three summers. Now she is
all of ten years old and counts her
Mildred Harris.
engagements by seasons. So, you
see, she soon put her wish into prac
tice. This picture shows her. just as she
pulled her pony up, after a race
across the great, open ranch of the
Kay Bee moving picture company
down below Santa Monica, Col. Rid
ing: is her favorite pastime.
Besides being a clever actress,
Mildred is blessed with a wealth of
wonderful golden curls which are
a great addition to her worth, from
a picture-taking standpoint.
She has played in many feature
pictures, including "The Child of
War," "Grand Dad" and "The Pride
of the South."

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