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  4. JOHNSON ARRESTED.

    Jack Johnson, the world's champion heavyweight pugilist, has been arrested in Chicago on a charge of abducting a white girl. The young lady's name is Lucille Cameron, ...

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  8. IN GRIM EARNEST.

    All the Balkan combatants who have for some days been unofficially at war, are now officially and openly engaged in combat. England, according to a ...

    Article : 186 words
  9. MEDICAL SCIENCE.

    Sir James Goodhart, the famous surgeon, lecturing before the College of Physicians, said that pathology was constantly on the move. ...

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  10. CROSS AND CRESCENT.

    King Ferdinand of Bulgaria has issued a manifesto to the nation. The manifesto states: "The tears of the Balkan slaves and tho groaning of millions ...

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  11. THREE REPULSES.

    Reports have been received from Salon[?]ca stating that the Montenegrins were defeated in three attempts to take Tarabosch fortress, and suffered considerable loss. ...

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  12. THE IMPERIAL NAVY.

    It is understood that Mr. F. D. Monk, Minister of Public Works in the Canadian Cabinet, will resign from the Borden Ministry. ...

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  13. FRATERNAL REPRESENTATIVES

    Though jovial and fraternal in general personal relations. Federal politicians can be nasty enough on the floor of Parliament. The wealthy land-owner, Mr. Fuller, is plain ...

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  14. CORDITE OUT-DONE.

    I am anxious that the British Government, should derive the exclusive benefit of the invention, and for that reason I have not approached either the States or the ...

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  15. SYDNEY WAR-CORRESPONDENT.

    Mr. Frank Fox, city editor of the "Morning Post," and formerly of the Sydney "Bulletin," has left for the seat of war as correspondent for the "Morning Post." ...

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  16. BLUE BLOOD IN BATTLE.

    King Peter has left Belgrade by special train for the headquarters of the army at Nish. He was accompanied by Prince George, his eldest son. ...

    Article : 71 words
  17. BRITAIN AND THE WAR.

    Great Britain's action in the present war has, so far as the eye can see, been a policy of masterly inaction. Like the rest of the vocalists in the European concert her song ...

    Article : 888 words
  18. URAGUAY'S RAILWAYS.

    The Uruguayan Government has signed a contract with a syndicate for constructing and working the State railways. ...

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  19. SCUTARI IN DANGER.

    Reports from Podgoritza state that the Montenegrin forces are concentrating on Tuzi, which was recently captured from the Turks, preparatory to making a general ...

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  20. HALF-A-DOZEN WARS.

    The "Times," in a leading article, says that when a million men are under arms the sword will not be hastily sheathed. "We are watching the development," ...

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  21. BRITISH ENTERPRISE.

    British capitalists are establishing large flax mills at Saskatchewan, in Canada. ...

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  22. PORK FOR MOSLEMS.

    Reports received in Vienna state that hundreds of Moslem families are fleeing from Bulgaria. The fugitives allege that their houses were ...

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  23. WOLGAST WINS.

    The English method of refereeing boxing matches was tried at the Fourty-fourth-street Sporting Club last night. Young Corbett looked after the fighters from a seat ...

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  24. ROOSEVELT'S BULLET.

    The doctors have practically agreed that Colonel Roosevelt shall leave the hospital on Tuesday. One of the medical men says that ...

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  25. BROTHERS IN BLOODSHED.

    Greece has declared war on Turkey, and has sent fraternal greetings to Bulgaria, Servia, and Montenegro. The Turkish Government was reluctant ...

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  26. THE WATCH-DOGS.

    The British cruiser H.M.S. Hampshire is stationed in the roadstead outside Caneo, and H.M.S. Weymouth off Condin as a precaution against disturbances. ...

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  27. MANDOT-RIVERS MATCH.

    Joe Mandot has wired to Promoter M'Carey accepting a return match with Mexican Joe Rivers for Thanksgiving Day. His condition is that they shall weigh in at the ringside at ...

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  28. SCHRANK AND THE PICTURES.

    The Milwaukee district attorney has announced that a moving picture concern wanted to go ball for Schrank, so that he could pose for the bioscope. The request ...

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  29. SERVIAN POST ATTACKED.

    After an attack by Albanian Moslems, on the Servian posts at Priepolie had been successfully repulsed the Turks took up the attack. ...

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  30. ROSENTHAL MURDER.

    Lieut. Becker, the police officer who is undergoing his trial for the alleged murder of Herman Rosenthal, says that he can explain everything. ...

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  31. LUMBERMAN AND PRINCESS.

    Unable to subdue his infatuation for the Princess Sophia, a daughter of the Prince and Princess Gagarin, of the Russian nobility, Graham H. Wilson, a young ...

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  32. A TURKISH VICTORY.

    Land operations by the Turks against the Bulgarians have been quickly developed, and the scattered fighting on the frontier has swelled into a heavy engagement at ...

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  33. SINEWS OF WAR.

    It is stated that the Reichbank of Berlin has paid the Turkish Government £3,500,000 which had been lodged with the bank. This sum comprises a quarter of the ...

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  34. JEALOUS SWEETHEART'S REVENGE.

    At Cordon, Oregon, Miss Virgie Hart, a pretty young society girl was shot dead on the eve of her wedding with George M'Danill, an engineer. ...

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  35. BULGARIA'S MONEY.

    The Sofia correspondent of the "Frankfurter Zeitung" asserts that the Russian State Bank has placed abroad £1,000,000 to the credit of the Bulgarian National Bank. ...

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  36. WHAT WILL ROUMANIA DO?

    Roumania has forwarded a declaration to the confederate States affirming her decision to maintain a strictly neutral position. The result of the declaration is that ...

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  37. GREAT BRITAIN NEUTRAL.

    The King will hold a Privy Council on Monday afternoon, when he will sign a proclamation declaring Great Britain's neutrality in the Balkan War. ...

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  38. JUST IN TIME.

    Worn out and discouraged by the smuggle for existence, a charwoman named Mrs. Effie Bender was about to commit suicide, when the news was conveyed to her that she ...

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  39. THE HANDY MAN.

    A message from Bergen, Norway, aptly illustrates the traditional adaptability the average sailor. On board a steamer bound from Trondhjem ...

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  40. BIG MONEY.

    Mr. Elmer Dover, formerly assistant secretary of the Republican National Committee, has submitted to the legal inquiry an alleged duplicate list of contributors to the ...

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  41. BULGARIANS IN THE EAST.

    Heavy fighting was proceeding all day yesterday east of Adrianople, Where the Bulgarians are attempting an advance. Large forces are engaged. ...

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  42. A GRIM ENEMY.

    Reuter's agency at Athens asserts that the Greek Minister in London has received an official telegram stating that Turkish army doctors, have left for Wanina with typhus ...

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  43. TURKEY HAPPY.

    The population of Constantinople has mad with delight at the decision of the Turkish Government to assume the offensive. ...

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