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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 16, 1912, Image 8

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Courthouse, Salem, Mass., Oct
16. Actual trial of Joe Ettor,
Arturo Giovannitti and Joe Ca
ruso began today.
Indictments charging Caruso
with murder of Xnnre EbpizzO,
and Ettor and Giovannitti with
having caused the shooting by in
flammatory speeches read in
District Attorney Atwfll made
opening statement. Attorney
Moore, head of counsel for de
fense, followed him. Jury was
completed late yesterday.
Lake Charles, La., Oct. 16.
Trial of 52 union timber workers
for murder of three of their fel
lows started today. Jury was
completed late yesterday.
District Att'y Joseph Moore
made opening statement for
prosecution. Bird Hickman, dis
interested spectator at riot at
Grabow, in which tKe three tim
ber workers were, killed, was first
Rawlins, Wyo., Oct 16. ElevJ
en of the conyjcts who escaped m
Saturday and Sunday jail deliv
eries still at large. r
Sixty-five posses are hunting for
convicts, but not one 1iasiclue as
to their whfereabouts. Most of
posses now in hills 60 :miles
southwest of here.
Gov. Carey and Republican
leaders of state in bitter argu
ment over jail deliveries.
Carey says Republicans exag
gerated the affair to force him to
call out the troops.
Republicans say Carey accused
them of being in league with the
The October grand jury today
indicted Dago Frank Lewis, Har
ry Cusick, Louis Weiss, Sam
Hutch and Maud Wilson. The
charge is that of harboring girls
under age.
All- the accused are. dive keep
ers. They, with Al Harris and
his wife, who were indicted yes
terday, are the ones against
whom indictments were returned
by the September grand jury and
quashed by State's Attorney John
E. W. Wayman. v
The grand jury today also
heard part of the evidence against
the Hearst gunmen who-murder-ed
Frank Witt and George Hehr.
p o
Gary, Ind.-, Oct 16. Hospital
officials today denied the report
that William Rugh, the newsboy
who sacrificed his crippled, leg to
save the life of Ethel Smith, ter
ribly burne'd in a motorcycle ac
cident, was dying.
."He is by no means out of dan
ger," said one interne, "but we re
gard his condition as almost con-
Republican Pres. Taft in Wor-.
cester, Mass.
Democratic Gov. Wilson nr
Trenton, N. J. 3
Progressive Col. Roosevelfc.
Mercy hospital here. -

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