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Mountain Girl, The

By: Payne Erskine

...A delightful love-story, genuinely American in feeling and treatment. The story is stirring, the heroine is ideal. (Summary by the Chicago Tribune, from time of publishing)...

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Chicago Tribune

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... Owner(s) Tribune Publishing Founder(s... ... Headquarters Tribune Tower 435 North Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illi... ... Tribune Tower 435 North Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60611 USA ... ... Website .com.chicagotribunewww Director o... ... Bill Adee (VP for Digital Development and Operations, Tribune Media Group) The Chicago Tribu... ... Operations, Tribune Media Group) The Chicago Tribune is a major daily newspaper based in Chicago, Illinois, Unit... ...or daily newspaper based in Chicago, Illinois, United States, owned by the Tribune Publishing Company. Founded in 1847, and formerly self-styled as th... ...and television are named), it remains the most-read daily newspaper of the Chicago metropolitan area and the Great Lakes region and is currently the e... ...ulation (and became the second largest under Tribune's ownership after the Chicago Tribune's parent company purchased the Los Angeles Times).[3] ...

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Tales of the Jazz Age

By: F. Scott Fitzgerald

...tton. Several of the stories had also been published earlier, independently, in either The Metropolitan, Saturday Evening Post, Smart Set, Collier's, Chicago Tribune, or Vanity Fair....

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Chicago Tribune people

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Nclb Making a Difference in Illinois

By: George W. Bush

...illion in Reading First funds. • “State test scores rose in 74 percent of Chicago’s public schools this year, a boost fueled by double-digit increase... ...ases in the percentage of 3 rd and 5 th graders passing math and writing, Chicago officials proudly announced. For the first time in the six years t... ...ards Achievement Test has been administered, most 3 rd and 5 th graders in Chicago met state standards in math. Reading scores in the elementary grad... ...Reading scores in the elementary grades are lagging but still increased.” (Chicago Tribune, 8/5/04) • “As the Chicago Public Schools system launches a... ...scores in the elementary grades are lagging but still increased.” (Chicago Tribune, 8/5/04) • “As the Chicago Public Schools system launches a massive... ...ors predict that far more students will graduate and aspire to college.” (Chicago Tribune, 9/24/04) • “A record number of teachers applied this year ... ...ict that far more students will graduate and aspire to college.” (Chicago Tribune, 9/24/04) • “A record number of teachers applied this year for an u...

...2. In total, over six years, Illinois is set to receive approximately $229.1 million in Reading First funds. ?State test scores rose in 74 percent of Chicago?s public schools this year, a boost fueled by double-digit increases in the percentage of 3rdand 5thgraders passing math and writing, Chicago officials proudly announced. For the first time in the six years the Illino...

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Chicago Tribune Silver Basketball

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The Best British Short Stories of 1922

By: Edward J. O'Brien

...of Harpers' Bazar, the Editor of The Ladies' Home Journal, the Editor of The Chicago Tribune Syndicate Service, Alfred A. Knopf, The Golden The Best B... ...rs' Bazar, the Editor of The Ladies' Home Journal, the Editor of The Chicago Tribune Syndicate Service, Alfred A. Knopf, The Golden The Best British S... ...ove can be when love is desperate. MAJOR WILBRAHAM By HUGH WALPOLE (From The Chicago Tribune) 1921 I am quite aware that in giving you this story just... ...be when love is desperate. MAJOR WILBRAHAM By HUGH WALPOLE (From The Chicago Tribune) 1921 I am quite aware that in giving you this story just as I wa...

...or of The English Review, the Editor of The Century Magazine, the Editor of Harpers? Bazar, the Editor of The Ladies? Home Journal, the Editor of The Chicago Tribune Syndicate Service, Alfred A....

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Chicago Tribune Silver Football

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...The Chicago Tribune Silver Football is awarded by the Chicago Tribune to the college football player determined to be the bes... ...The Chicago Tribune Silver Football is awarded by the Chicago Tribune to the college football player determined to be the best player...

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The Best British Short Stories of 1922

By: Edward J. O'Brien and John Cournos

...ers' Bazar_, the Editor of _The Ladies' Home Journal_, the Editor of _The Chicago Tribune_ Syndicate Service, Alfred A. Knopf, The Golden Cockerel P... ...r_, the Editor of _The Ladies' Home Journal_, the Editor of _The Chicago Tribune_ Syndicate Service, Alfred A. Knopf, The Golden Cockerel Press, B.... ... Truscott (From _Colour_) MAJOR WILBRAHAM. By Hugh Walpole (From _The Chicago Tribune_) THE YEARBOOK OF THE BRITISH AND IRISH SHORT STORY, JUL... ...t (From _Colour_) MAJOR WILBRAHAM. By Hugh Walpole (From _The Chicago Tribune_) THE YEARBOOK OF THE BRITISH AND IRISH SHORT STORY, JULY, 1921,... ...ve is desperate. MAJOR WILBRAHAM By HUGH WALPOLE (From _The Chicago Tribune_) 1921 I am quite aware that in giving you this sto... ...sperate. MAJOR WILBRAHAM By HUGH WALPOLE (From _The Chicago Tribune_) 1921 I am quite aware that in giving you this story just ... ...ry Heart _Cham._ Chambers' Journal _Chic. Trib._ Chicago Tribune (Syndicate Service) _Colour_ Colour _Corn._... ... _Cham._ Chambers' Journal _Chic. Trib._ Chicago Tribune (Syndicate Service) _Colour_ Colour _Corn._ ... ...st 45th Street, New York City. Blue Book Magazine, 36 South State Street, Chicago, Ill. Bookman, 244 Madison Avenue, New York City. Breezy Stories,...

...or of The English Review, the Editor of The Century Magazine, the Editor of Harpers? Bazar, the Editor of The Ladies? Home Journal, the Editor of The Chicago Tribune Syndicate Service, Alfred A. Knopf, The Golden Cockerel Press, B.W. Huebsch, The Talbot Press, Dodd, Mead and Co., Stacy Aumonier, J.D. Beresford, Algernon Blackwood, Harold Brighouse, William Caine, A.E. Copp...

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Tribune Building

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... Tribune Building may refer to: Tribune Building (South Bend, Indiana), listed on the Nationa... ...ional Register of Historic Places in St. Joseph County, Indiana Tribune Building (Tulsa, Oklahoma), listed on the National Re... ... National Register of Historic Places in Tulsa County, Oklahoma Tribune Building (Salt Lake City, Utah), listed on the Nation... ...he National Register of Historic Places in Salt Lake City, Utah Tribune Building (Casper, Wyoming), listed on the National Re... ...National Register of Historic Places in Natrona County, Wyoming Tribune Tower in Chicago, Illinois ... ... of Historic Places in Natrona County, Wyoming Tribune Tower in Chicago, Illinois Categories ...

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The Best British Short Stories of 1922

By: Edward J. O'Brien and John Cournos

...Harpers' Bazar, the Editor of The Ladies' Home Journal, the Editor of The Chicago Tribune Syndicate Service, Alfred A. Knopf, The Golden Cockerel Pr... ...Bazar, the Editor of The Ladies' Home Journal, the Editor of The Chicago Tribune Syndicate Service, Alfred A. Knopf, The Golden Cockerel Press, B.W... ...rry Truscott (From Colour) MAJOR WILBRAHAM. By Hugh Walpole (From The Chicago Tribune) THE YEARBOOK OF THE BRITISH AND IRISH SHORT STORY, JULY... ...cott (From Colour) MAJOR WILBRAHAM. By Hugh Walpole (From The Chicago Tribune) THE YEARBOOK OF THE BRITISH AND IRISH SHORT STORY, JULY, 1921, ... ...ove is desperate. MAJOR WILBRAHAM By HUGH WALPOLE (From The Chicago Tribune) 1921 I am quite aware that in giving you this stor... ...esperate. MAJOR WILBRAHAM By HUGH WALPOLE (From The Chicago Tribune) 1921 I am quite aware that in giving you this story just a... ...ountry Heart Cham. Chambers' Journal Chic. Trib. Chicago Tribune (Syndicate Service) Colour Colour Corn. ... ...eart Cham. Chambers' Journal Chic. Trib. Chicago Tribune (Syndicate Service) Colour Colour Corn. ... ...st 45th Street, New York City. Blue Book Magazine, 36 South State Street, Chicago, Ill. Bookman, 244 Madison Avenue, New York City. Breezy Stories,...

...or of The English Review, the Editor of The Century Magazine, the Editor of Harpers? Bazar, the Editor of The Ladies? Home Journal, the Editor of The Chicago Tribune Syndicate Service, Alfred A. Knopf, The Golden Cockerel Press, B.W. Huebsch, The Talbot Press, Dodd, Mead and Co., Stacy Aumonier, J.D. Beresford, Algernon Blackwood, Harold Brighouse, William Caine, A.E. Copp...

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Tribune Entertainment

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...s a television production and syndication company that was owned by the Tribune Broadcasting division of the Tribune Company . Many programs offe... ...roadcasting division of the Tribune Company . Many programs offered from Tribune Entertainment have been broadcast on the company's television stati... ...e Entertainment have been broadcast on the company's television stations. Tribune returned to television production in 2013 with the launch of a new,... ...n in 2013 with the launch of a new, though unrelated, production division Tribune Studios that would produce original programming for Tribune-owned ... ...tion s., Broadcasting & Cable, March 19, 2013. Background Beginnings Tribune Entertainment was founded in 1980. The first programs that Tribune ... ...as U.S. Farm Report , which as it involves personalities from Tribune's Chicago radio station WGN Radio and still had a loyal audience, moved to...

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Hardscrabble the Fall of Chicago : A Tale of Indian Warfare

By: John Richardson

..._______________________________________ Title: Hardscrabble The Fall of Chicago: A Tale of Indian Warfare Author: John Richardson Release Date:... ...from Charles Franks and Distributed Proofers. 2 HARDSCRABBLE; or, The Fall of Chicago A Tale of Indian Warfare by John Richardson CHAPTER I. It was o... ... persons were met in a rude farm-house, situated on the Southern Branch of the Chicago river, and about four miles distant from the fort of that name.... ...y detailed the startling occurrences he had witnessed. CHAPTER II. The Fort of Chicago, at that period, stood upon a portion of the same ground occupi... ...ble repose in the squalid wigwam of the uncertain Indian. 13 The mouth of the Chicago River was then nearly half a mile more to the southward than it... ...moration of the day. At the opposite end of the room had been raised a sort of tribune for the orator of the day, but as it was intended the address s... ...two rooms--while Ronayne, amid cheers and congratulations, made his way to the tribune, at the farther end of the apartment. His address was necessari... ...who in another hour, would be her own for life. As Ronayne descending from the tribune, passed to the other side of the room, he looked out of the doo...

... beautiful day in the early part of the month of April, 1812, that four persons were met in a rude farm-house, situated on the Southern Branch of the Chicago river, and about four miles distant from the fort of that name. They had just risen from...

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Tribune Publishing

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...sp;10, 1847 (1847-06-10) (original foundation, as the Chicago Daily Tribune) August 4, 2014 (2014-08-04... ...47 (1847-06-10) (original foundation, as the Chicago Daily Tribune) August 4, 2014 (2014-08-04) (... ...bune) August 4, 2014 (2014-08-04) (as Tribune Publishing Company) ... ... Headquarters Chicago, Illinois, United States ... ...e Jack Griffin (president/CEO of Tribune Publishing) Eddy Hartenstein (chairman of Tri... ...an of Tribune Publishing) Tony Hunter (publisher and CEO of the Chicago Tribune Company) Austin Beutner (publisher of the Los An... ...ibune Publishing) Tony Hunter (publisher and CEO of the Chicago Tribune Company) Austin Beutner (publisher of the Los Angeles Ti... ...mpany is an American newspaper and print media publishing company based in Chicago, Illinois. Among other publications, the company's portfolio includ... ..., Illinois. Among other publications, the company's portfolio includes the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Orlando Sentinel, Sun-Sentinel and The ...

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Sedt Och Hördt I Stockholm

By: Project Runeberg
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Tribune Tower

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...une Tower is a neo-Gothic building located at 435 North Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Illinois, USA. It is the home of the Chicago Tribune, Tribune Medi... ...h Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Illinois, USA. It is the home of the Chicago Tribune, Tribune Media, and Tribune Publishing. WGN Radio (720 kHz) br... ...ts), whose patio overlooks nearby Pioneer Court and Michigan Avenue. CNN's Chicago bureau is located in the building. It is listed as a Chicago Landma... ... Design competition Tribune Tower In 1922 the Chicago Trib... ... Tribune Tower In 1922 the Chicago Tribune hosted an international design competition for its new head... ...of that Saarinen design. César Pelli's 181 West Madison Street Building in Chicago is also thought to be inspired by Saarinen's design. ... ...lso thought to be inspired by Saarinen's design. Other Tribune tower entries by figures like Walter Gropius, Bertram Goodhue, Brun... ...head of an American Indian. These entries were originally published by the Tribune Company in 1923 under the title Tribune Tower Competition and later... ...Company in 1923 under the title Tribune Tower Competition and later in The Chicago Tribune Tower Competition: Skyscraper Design and Cultural Change in...

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The Lincoln Story Book; A Judicious Collection of the Best Stories and Anecdotes of the Great President, Many Appearing Here for the First Time in Book Form

By: Henry L. Williams

... HENRY L. WILLIAMS PREFACE. The Abraham Lincoln Statue at Chicago is accepted as the typical Westerner of the forum, the rostrum, an... ...o is accepted as the typical Westerner of the forum, the rostrum, and the tribune, as he stood to be inaugurated under the war-cloud in 1861. But th... ...ittee appointed to acquaint Mr. Lincoln formally with the decision of the Chicago Presidential Convention of 1860 was Judge Kelly, a man of unusual ... ...this work as you are!" The original was destroyed in the great fire at Chicago, where it was under exhibition. The pen and the table concerned sh... ... was before Justice McLean. Opposed to Mr. Blackburn was the chief of the Chicago bar, I. N. Arnold, afterward member of Congress, and author of the... ...ONE, COME ALL! On his road to inauguration, Lincoln held a reception at Chicago. The autograph fiend was not prominent in the thick crowd, but sti...

...The Abraham Lincoln Statue at Chicago is accepted as the typical Westerner of the forum, the rostrum, and the tribune, as he stood to be inaugurated under the war-cloud in 1861. But there is another Lincoln as dear to the common people?the Lincoln of happ...

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Tribune Media Services

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...Tribune Media Services (TMS) was a syndication company owned by Tribune Company. The company had two divisions: News and Features, and Ente... ...ent Products. The company has previously been known as Chicago Tribune Syndicate, Chicago Tribune New York News Syndicate (CTNYNS)... ...ucts. The company has previously been known as Chicago Tribune Syndicate, Chicago Tribune New York News Syndicate (CTNYNS) and Tri... ... Locations TMS is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois and with The company has offices in various American citi... ...and Hong Kong. History In 1933, the Chicago Tribune launched the Tribune-New York (Daily) News Syndicate, a pre... ... Kong. History In 1933, the Chicago Tribune launched the Tribune-New York (Daily) News Syndicate, a precursor t... ...n of Times Mirror in 2000, the Los Angeles Times Syndicate was merged into Tribune Media Service. On June 12, 2014, Tribune Media ... ... Chicago Cubs Radio Network ... ...ent Products. The company has previously been known as Chicago Tribune Syndicate, Chicago Tribune New York News Syndicate (CTNYNS)...

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The Lincoln Story Book; A Judicious Collection of the Best Stories and Anecdotes of the Great President, Many Appearing Here for the First Time in Book Form

By: Henry L. Williams

... HENRY L. WILLIAMS PREFACE. The Abraham Lincoln Statue at Chicago is accepted as the typical Westerner of the forum, the rostrum, an... ...o is accepted as the typical Westerner of the forum, the rostrum, and the tribune, as he stood to be inaugurated under the war-cloud in 1861. But th... ...ittee appointed to acquaint Mr. Lincoln formally with the decision of the Chicago Presidential Convention of 1860 was Judge Kelly, a man of unusual ... ...this work as you are!" The original was destroyed in the great fire at Chicago, where it was under exhibition. The pen and the table concerned sh... ... was before Justice McLean. Opposed to Mr. Blackburn was the chief of the Chicago bar, I. N. Arnold, afterward member of Congress, and author of the... ...ONE, COME ALL! On his road to inauguration, Lincoln held a reception at Chicago. The autograph fiend was not prominent in the thick crowd, but sti...

...Preface: The Abraham Lincoln Statue at Chicago is accepted as the typical Westerner of the forum, the rostrum, and the tribune, as he stood to be inaugurated under the war-cloud in 1861. But there is another Lincoln as dear to the common people?the Lincoln of happ...

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Tribune Broadcasting

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...Tribune Broadcasting (legal name: Tribune Broadcasting Company II, LLC) is a subsidary of the Tribune Company... ...une Broadcasting Company II, LLC) is a subsidary of the Tribune Company, a Chicago, Illinois-based media conglomerate; Tribune Broadcasting owns broad... ...dary of the Tribune Company, a Chicago, Illinois-based media conglomerate; Tribune Broadcasting owns broadcast television and radio stations, and cabl... ...ns, and cable television channels throughout the United States. History Tribune Broadcasting originated with the June 1924 purchase of radio statio... ...asting originated with the June 1924 purchase of radio station WDAP by the Chicago Tribune. The new owners changed the station's call letters to WGN, ... ...riginated with the June 1924 purchase of radio station WDAP by the Chicago Tribune. The new owners changed the station's call letters to WGN, to match... ...orld's Greatest Newspaper." WGN Radio would launch a television station in Chicago, in April 1948. Two months later, the Tribunes then-sibling newspap... ...7 to 1985. In 1993, Tribune launched a regional cable news channel for the Chicago area called Chicagoland Television (CLTV). In November 1994, Tribun... ...Tribune would later acquire the Qwest stations outright in November 1999., Chicago Sun-Times, November 10, 1999. Retrieved July 23, 2013 from HighBeam...

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Aunt Jane's Nieces on Vacation

By: Edith Van Dyne

.......................................26 CHAPTER VIII. THE MILLVILLE DAILY TRIBUNE .................................................................... ... MILL • CHAPTER VII. THE SKETCH ARTIST • CHAPTER VIII. THE MILLVILLE DAILY TRIBUNE • CHAPTER IX. TROUBLE • CHAPTER X. THURSDAY SMITH • CHAPTER XI... ... of Chazy County.” “Let's start it right away!” cried Patsy. “The 'Millville Tribune.' What do you say, girls?” “Why 'Tribune?'“ asked Louise. “Becaus... ...n that Patsy's crazy brain has ever evolved, and I'll stand by the Millville Tribune to the last. You mustn't forget, Arthur, that I shall be able to ... ...ur. “I'd like to surprise him by sending him the first copy of the Millville Tribune,” added the major's daughter. “Then,” said Mr. Merrick, “I'll cal... ...he columns of the Millville Daily Tribune will be quoted by the New York and Chicago press. Only in that way can we become famous throughout the world... ...ther and I were left orphans in a Connecticut town, and he went out West, to Chicago, and promised to send for me. Must have forgot that promise, I gu... ...86 “The balance of your history I base on premise. Ford has been located in Chicago, where, with an ample supply of money, he is repeating his New Yo...

...DIVIDING THE RESPONSIBILITY, 16 -- Chapter VI. MR. SKEELTY OF THE MILL, 22 -- Chapter VII. THE SKETCH ARTIST, 26 -- Chapter VIII. THE MILLVILLE DAILY TRIBUNE, 31 -- Chapter IX. TROUBLE, 32 -- Chapter X. THURSDAY SMITH, 38 -- Chapter XI. THE HONER'BLE OJOY BOGLIN, 45 -- Chapter XII. MOLLY SIZER'S PARTY, 49 -- Chapter XIII. BOB WEST INTERFERES, 51 -- Chapter XIV. THE DANGER ...

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Tribune Company

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...Tribune Company (Tribune) is an American multimedia corporation based in Chicago, Illinois . Although majority owned (48%) by its corporate empl... ... Chicago, Illinois . Although majority owned (48%) by its corporate employees, Tribune is jointly controlled by the company's three senior debt holder... ...pany ), with ten daily newspapers and several commuter tabloids including the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Orlando Sentinel, Sun-Sentinel ... ...with ten daily newspapers and several commuter tabloids including the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Orlando Sentinel, Sun-Sentinel and the ... ...les Times, Orlando Sentinel, Sun-Sentinel and the Baltimore Sun . Through Tribune Broadcasting, the company owns 23 television stations, national... ...ions, national cable superstation WGN America, regional cable news channel Chicagoland Television (CLTV) and Chicago's WGN radio . Investment in... ...nclude Food Network (which the company maintains a 31% ownership interest). Tribune Technology LLC, another subsidiary, manages the interactive ope... ...iary, manages the interactive operations of major daily newspapers such as the Chicago Tribune and Los Angeles Times and their associated websites. It... ...t pioneer The Tribune Company was founded in 1847; that year, on June 10, the Chicago Daily Tribune (after which the company is named) published its...

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Pulpit and Press (6Th Edition)

By: Mary Baker Eddy

........................................................11 (Daily Inter−Ocean , Chicago, December 31, 1894.) ............................................ ..................................................................27 (New York Tribune , February 7, 1895.) ............................................. ........................................................34 (The Union Signal , Chicago.) .................................................................. ...CE TEXT−BOOK. • HYMNS. • CLIPPINGS FROM NEWSPAPERS. • (Daily Inter−Ocean, Chicago, December 31, 1894.) • (Boston Herald, January 7, 1895.) • (Bos... ..., 1895.) • (The Republic, Washington, D.C., February 2, 1895.) • (New York Tribune, February 7, 1895.) • (Journal, Kansas City, Mo., January 10, 18... ...People and Patriot, Concord, N.H., February 27, 1895.) • (The Union Signal, Chicago.) • (The New Century, Boston, February, 1885.) • (Christian Sci... ... fatness of thy house.” In 1893 the World's Parliament of Religions, held in Chicago, used, in all its public sessions, my form of prayer since 1866; ... ...dy she became convinced that the curative principle was the Deity. (New York Tribune, February 7, 1895.) EXTRACT. Boston has just dedicated the first ... ...it did when Christ healed the sick. Pulpit and Press (6th Edition) (New York Tribune, February 7, 1895.) 28 The first church organization of this fai...

...he -- mortgage, therefore I paid it and through trustees gave back the land to the church, 10 -- CLIPPINGS FROM NEWSPAPERS, 11 -- (Daily Inter?Ocean, Chicago, December 31, 1894.), 11 -- (Boston Herald, January 7, 1895.), 18 -- (Boston Sunday Globe, January 6, 1895.), 20 -- (Boston Transcript, December 31, 1894.), 22 -- (Jackson Patriot, Jackson, Mich. January 20, 1895.), 2...

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Chicago Place

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... Location Chicago, Illinois, USA Coord... ... [1] Chicago Place is a mixed-use high-rise on the 700 block of North Michigan A... ... on the 700 block of North Michigan Avenue (between Huron and Superior) in Chicago along the Magnificent Mile anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue According ... ... along the Magnificent Mile anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue According to the Chicago Tribune, as of Feb 2009, the mall portion is now shuttered and will... ...he Magnificent Mile anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue According to the Chicago Tribune, as of Feb 2009, the mall portion is now shuttered and will be conv... ...ning condominiums.[2] Chicago Place entrance on the Magnificent Mile ... ...dra M (2009-02-06). "Chicago Place: No longer a mall, at all". The Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 2014-09-10.  S... ...uilding Tribune Tower ... ...he Magnificent Mile anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue According to the Chicago Tribune, as of Feb 2009, the mall portion is now shuttered and will be conv...

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Stories from Life

By: Marden Vice Harden

...SCOVERED SEA FEVER AND WHAT IT LED TO GLADSTONE FOUND TIME TO BE KIND A TRIBUNE OF THE PEOPLE THE MIGHT OF PATIENCE THE INSPIRATION OF GAMBETTA ... ...o make for ourselves the excuse, "I haven't time to be kind"? A TRIBUNE OF THE PEOPLE Clad in a homespun tow shirt, shrunken, butternu... ...e carried on his back, Horace Greeley, the future founder of the New York Tribune, started to seek his fortune in New York. A newspaper had alway... ...upon the great work of his life--the founding and editing of the New York Tribune. He had very little money to start with, and even that little was ... ...hing one of the greatest and most popular newspapers in the country. The Tribune became the champion of the oppressed, the guardian of justice, the... ...as left a standing memorial to his benevolence in the Armour Institute at Chicago, heard the call to put to sea when in his teens. It came during...

...TION OF A VIOLINIST THE LESSON OF THE TEAKETTLE HOW THE ART OF PRINTING WAS DISCOVERED SEA FEVER AND WHAT IT LED TO GLADSTONE FOUND TIME TO BE KIND A TRIBUNE OF THE PEOPLE...

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Chicago literature

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...ound the turn of the 20th century, the period of one of the major waves of Chicago literature. Chicago literature... ... Chicago literature is writing, primarily by writers living in or from Chicago, that reflects culture of the city. In the Encyclopedia of Chicago,... ...opedia of Chicago, Northwestern University Professor Bill Savage describes Chicago fiction as prose which tries to "capture the essence of the city, i... ... its people." The challenge for early writers was that Chicago was a frontier outpost that transformed into a global metropolis in... ...proach to describe the urban social, political, and economic conditions of Chicago.[1] Nonetheless, Chicagoans worked hard to create a literary tradit... ...n 1912 by Harriet Monroe, who was working as an art critic for the Chicago Tribune. The magazine discovered such poets as Gwendolyn Brooks, James Merr... ...iography of Mayor Richard J. Daley and politics in Chicago, written by the Tribune columnist. American Pharaoh (Cohen and Taylor) is a scholarly treat... ...n 1912 by Harriet Monroe, who was working as an art critic for the Chicago Tribune. The magazine discovered such poets as Gwendolyn Brooks, James Merr... ...iography of Mayor Richard J. Daley and politics in Chicago, written by the Tribune columnist. American Pharaoh (Cohen and Taylor) is a scholarly treat...

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Woman in the Nineteenth Century and Kindred Papers Relating to the Sphere, Condition and Duties, Of Woman

By: Margaret Fuller Ossoli

...r some years out of print, and inaccessible to readers who have sought it, but also several other papers, which have appeared at various times in the Tribune and elsewhere, and yet more which have never till now been published....

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Chicago Landmarks

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... Studio Chicago Cultural Center ... ... Center Chicago Theatre ... ... Former Chicago Historical Society Building ... ... Three Arts Club of Chicago ... ...and Old Chicago Water Tower ... ...Rookery Tribune Tower ... ...Rookery Tribune Tower ...

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Chapters of Opera

By: H. E. Krehbiel

...ent Time by HENRY EDWARD KREHBIEL Musical Editor of "The New York Tribune"; Author of "How To Listen To Music," "Studies In The Wagnerian D... ... D-15 on the ground floor as reviewer of musical affairs for The New York Tribune newspaper. I have, therefore, been a witness of the vicissitudes t... ...he activities of the seasons in question published by him in the New York Tribune, of which newspaper he has had the honor of being the musical crit... ...he privilege of using this material the author is deeply beholden to the Tribune Association and the editor, Hart Lyman, Esq. The record may be fou... ...ty-eight outside of New York in visits to Brooklyn, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Washington, and Baltimore. The local recor... ...r. Thomas gave in 1884 in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, and Chicago. After returning to Europe after the American engagement of 1882, ... ...y of operatic work five supplementary performances and seasons at Boston, Chicago, and Cincinnati. This naturally caused the sick man a great deal o... ... his season December 14, 1891, after having given opera for five weeks in Chicago. In his company, besides the sopranos just named, were Mme. Scalch... ...rand Opera House; Minnie Hauk, with a company of her own, had given it in Chicago the night before the New York struggle, and Emma Juch and her comp...

...ars. Through all this period at public representations I have occupied stall D-15 on the ground floor as reviewer of musical affairs for The New York Tribune newspaper. I have, therefore, been a witness of the vicissitudes through which the institution has passed in a quarter-century, and a chronicler of all significant musical things which were done within its walls. I ha...

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Chicago Challenge

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...llenge was a golf tournament on the LPGA Tour from 1991 to 1994.[1] It was played in the Chicago, Illinois area: at the Oak Brook Golf Club in Oak Bro... ...lub in Naperville from 1992 to 1994. The title sponsor for the first three years was the Chicago Sun-Times. Winners ... ...ears was the Chicago Sun-Times. Winners Chicago Challenge 1994 J... ...r 1992 Dottie Mochrie LPGA Chicago Sun-Times Shoot-Out ... ... Charity Golf Classic Chicago Challenge ... ...via LPGA Classic Waco Tribune Herald Ladies Classic ...

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The Complete Poetical Works

By: Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849; Ingram, John Henry, 1842-1916

...E COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS Edgar Allan Pon WITH AVEAVOIR BY. eJ. H. INGRAA\ CHICAGO THE HENNEBERRY COMPANY 554 Wabash Avenue CONTENTS, OB Memoir 5 N. ... ...ned, Mr. Pabodie wrot?e a direct and specific denial of it to the New York Tribune, and it appeared in that paper on the 7th of June, 1852. **I am aut... ...swold. Although the article, it seems, appeared originally in the New York Tribune, it m.etmy eye for the first time in the volumes before me. I now p...

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Chicago

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... City City of Chicago Clockwis... ... Clockwise from top: Downtown Chicago, the Chicago Theatre, the 'L', Navy Pier, Millennium Park, the Fiel... ...d City, City of Broad Shoulders, and others found at List of nicknames for Chicago Motto: Latin: Urbs i... ... Location in the Chicago metropolitan area and Illinois ... ... Chicago, Illinois ... ...it generally means the city and its suburbs combined together. The Chicago Tribune, which coined the term, includes the city of Chicago, the rest of C... ...n 1912 by Harriet Monroe, who was working as an art critic for the Chicago Tribune. The magazine discovered such poets as Gwendolyn Brooks, James Merr... ...). Chicago Days: 150 Defining Moments in the Life of a Great City. Chicago Tribune (Firm). Chicago: Cantigny First Division Foundation.   ... ... Rodriguez, Alex (January 26, 2014). "Chicago takes on the world". Chicago Tribune (Sec. 1 p. 15).  ^ "The World ...

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Lincoln Story Book, The

By: Henry L. Williams

...The Abraham Lincoln Statue at Chicago is accepted as the typical Westerner of the forum, the rostrum, and the tribune, as he stood to be inaugurated under the war-cloud in 1861. But there is another Lincoln as dear to the common people--the Lincoln of hap...

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India Tribune

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...as well as news from India. The publication was founded in 1977. The India Tribune is currently published in three editions: Chica... ...unded in 1977. The India Tribune is currently published in three editions: Chicago, New York and Atlanta. It also runs a website w... ...-date news, features and photographs. Prashant Shah has been the editor and publisher of India Tribune since its onset and over the years, India Tribu... ...s with unsourced statements from December 2011 Asian-American culture in Chicago, Illinois Asian-American ... ...is Indian-American history Newspapers published in Chicago, Illinois Publications es...

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Alphabet of History, An

By: Wilbur D. Nesbit

...An alphabet of historical characters presented in poetical form! In their original form, the contents of this book appeared in the Chicago Sunday Tribune, which newspaper is hereby thanked for the privilege of reproducing this Alphabet An alphabet of historical characters presented in poetical form! (Summary from the Acknowledgment and Ann Boulais) (Summ...

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Philadelphia Tribune

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... .com.phillytribwww The Philadelphia Tribune is an African-American newspaper, headquartered at 520 South 16th S... ...per, being created in 1884 by Chrisopher James Perry, Jr. The Philadelphia Tribune also publishes the Tribune Magazine, Entertainment Now!, Sojourner,... ... Magazine, Entertainment Now!, Sojourner, The Learning Key, and The Sunday Tribune. The Tribune has a readership of about 223,500, and is mostly read ... ... External links The Philadelphia Tribune Online Edition of the Philadelphia Tribune... ... Chicago Defender ... ... New Orleans Tribune ... ... Chicago Defender ...

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Essays, English and American

By: Alden, Raymond Macdonald, 1873-1924, Editor

...OR OF ENGLISH. LKLAND STANFORI) JR. INIVERSITN SCOTT, FORESMAN AND COMPANY CHICAGO ' NEW YORK ^i CONTENTS "* PAGE IIntroduction . . . .5 ^ACON Ji, Of... ...the scroll of his accounts in his hands, but tears it to pieces before the tribunes. Socrates's con- demnation^^ of himself to be maintained in all ho...

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Hastings Tribune

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... http://hastingstribune.com/ The Hastings Tribune is a newspaper published in Hastings, Nebra... ...he Republican party. At about the same time, A. P. Brown and Dick Thompson founded the weekly Tribune. The two newspapers were purchased and merg... ...ed and merged by A. H. Brown, who published the combined paper under the name Hastings Independent-Tribune.[3] In 1894, the newspa... ... In 1894, the newspaper was purchased by Adam Breede, who changed its name to the Hastings Tribune. In 1905, it began daily publication under ... ...ngs Tribune. In 1905, it began daily publication under the name Hastings Daily Tribune; the weekly Tribune continued to be published. A Linotype was a... ... ^ a b Burton, William R. and David J. Lewis (1916). .Past and Present of Adams County, Nebraska Chicago: S. J. Clarke Publishing Company. pp. 343-4...

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Chapters of Opera

By: Henry Edward Krehbiel

...resent Time by HENRY EDWARD KREHBIEL Musical Editor of "The New York Tribune"; Author of "How To Listen To Music," "Studies In The Wagnerian Dra... ...l D-15 on the ground floor as reviewer of musical affairs for The New York Tribune newspaper. I have, therefore, been a witness of the vicissitudes th... ...the activities of the seasons in question published by him in the New York Tribune, of which newspaper he has had the honor of being the musical criti... ... the privilege of using this material the author is deeply beholden to the Tribune Association and the editor, Hart Lyman, Esq. The record may be foun... ...fty-eight outside of New York in visits to Brooklyn, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Washington, and Baltimore. The local record... ...Mr. Thomas gave in 1884 in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, and Chicago. After returning to Europe after the American engagement of 1882, s... ...ay of operatic work five supplementary performances and seasons at Boston, Chicago, and Cincinnati. This naturally caused the sick man a great deal of... ...n his season December 14, 1891, after having given opera for five weeks in Chicago. In his company, besides the sopranos just named, were Mme. Scalchi... ...Grand Opera House; Minnie Hauk, with a company of her own, had given it in Chicago the night before the New York struggle, and Emma Juch and her compa...

...ars. Through all this period at public representations I have occupied stall D-15 on the ground floor as reviewer of musical affairs for The New York Tribune newspaper. I have, therefore, been a witness of the vicissitudes through which the institution has passed in a quarter-century, and a chronicler of all significant musical things which were done within its walls. I ha...

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