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Chicago Tribune

 

a daily newspaper in the USA. The Chicago Tribune, founded in 1847, is published in Chicago by the Tribune Company. It is closely connected with influential monopolistic groups of the Midwest. Circulation, more than 750,000; Sunday edition, 1.1 million (1977).

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The Chicago Daily Tribune reported that "the girl fled to her room while Jurges stumbled into the hall calling for help.
just like this famous issue of the Chicago Daily Tribune, which infamously got the results wrong on the Harry Truman v.
Truman is shown holding the front page of the Chicago Daily Tribune announcing the wrong election results.
Carriepevans IN MY TREASURE CHEST WOULD | My framed photograph of Harry S |Truman holding a copy of the Chicago Daily Truman holding a copy of the Chicago Daily Tribune with the headline Dewey defeats Truman.
19) Although Sanborn was most likely displeased with Johnson's observations, a more positive report was published by the Chicago Daily Tribune proclaiming the Iroquois Village to be the most interesting Indian village at the fair.
A display advertisement in the Chicago Daily Tribune earlier in the year proclaims that the sports articles in the Chicago Evening American are "Chicago's Greatest Sporting Pages.
Joseph Medill, the patriarch, an abolitionist and onetime Chicago mayor whose 1855 purchase of the Chicago Daily Tribune launched an empire
In-house, the secret paper was known as the "Dewey Defeats Tularosa" edition, because if the Lions lost and the paper ended up on Facebook, they'd be as embarrassed as the Chicago Daily Tribune was when it wrongly printed "Dewey defeats Truman" in 1948.
The Chicago Daily Tribune, like Gongshang ribao before it, ran a photo just of the Chinese portion of the performance.
The Chicago Daily Tribune claimed that a few wildcat banks existed in Illinois.
On May 21, 1906, the Chicago Daily Tribune took him to task: "His record has conspicuously contradicted the idea that he knows much or cares seriously about the duties [of the office] .
Ever since The Chicago Daily Tribune confidently proclaimed "Dewey Defeats Truman" in 1948, print journalists have been well aware of the pitfalls of publishing on the eve of an election.