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FULL WIRE REPORTS OF THE UNITED PRESS
THE DAY BOOK
TEL. MONROE 35S
600 S: PEORIA ST. - ,398
Vol. 2, No2- - Chicago, Monday, Sept. 30, 1912 One Cent
scenes of wild - exciterheht, the
trial of Joe. Ettox"., and Arturo
ETTOR-GIOVANNITTI : TRIAL .OPENS AT SALEM
- PROTEST STRIKE RIOTS AT LAWRENCE
broadcloth and a tile hat. He was
"A big day," he said. "A big
day, and I .feel fine."
Ettor, Giovannftti and Caruso,
the dummy charged with the
actual shooting of Annie Lopizzo,
were brought into the court room
They also were smiling, happy
to at last be faced with trial after
eight months of Weary waiting in
jail charged, with a murder they
did not commit.
Admission to the court house is
by card only. Cards were, issued
only to newspapermen, artists,
lawyers and veniremen.
The court house itself is a little
red brick building, which stands
in the very shadow of Gallows
Hilly where the good people of
Salem used to hang old women as
witches less than 100 years ago.
Up to late this afternoon only
one juror had been drawn. He is
Christian W. Larson, a harness
maker of Haverhill.
The talesmen are very repre
sentative, ojd men andyoung
men, rich men and poor men.
There was restrained excite
ment in the very air of Salem this
Jiidge Joseph "F. 'Qtfinn.
GiovannittK was- begun here
day. ' " ' "'.-.'
The "trial judge is Joseph K.
Quinn. He entered, the court
room-today wearing-siny-black I
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