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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 18, 1912, Image 9

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Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045487/1912-10-18/ed-1/seq-9/

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ThiS exclusive picture-of Caruso, (at left) Ettor and Giovanhitti,
on trial for alleged murder of Annie Lopizzo during the. Lawrence
f strike .last winter, shows them sitting in the Salem Mass., court
house, handcuffed together. Ettor has not lost his famous smile.
j.t a debating society some time
ago the Irish questidn " was dis-
Hjk cussed. AnEnglfsh doctor was
j sustaininginc argument inai ine
r'Insh werefc naturally a race with
veloped. At Liverpool, he said,
fie had three hundred Irish pa
tients on his books, and of these
only 30 paid himTfor attendance.
"Sorr," said an Irishman, who
Jose with: flushed chee jjQ.jfc.
fend t his countrymen "Sorr,
there is never an'effect without a
cause. There is never, a phenom
enon that does not' admit of an
explanation. How can we ex
plain the astonishing phenome
non towhich'the doctor has called
our attention? He. finds an ex
planation in the natural depravity
pf the Irish nature; I, sorr, have
another explanation to give, and
it-is this the 30 patients recov-
m. JlJ4&&- .-.-JMfac. . , gJBl &S&L fea

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