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The Detroit news: eighteen hundred and seventy-three, nineteen hundred and seventeen, a record of progress: . -s ?8?g E So mmmmm^wm. The Second Floor Lobby Opens upon All Public Offices. AChronicleofthePast. 23 editor of the Sidney, Australia, News, wrote in his paper of his tour of Americaand his investigation of publishing enterprises. The editorial page of The DetroitNews he gave high rank because of its able and spirited treatment of generalsubjects, and, said he, It struck me as the best evening newspaper 1 saw inthe whole country. He perceived that a new note had been sounded in Amer^ica

The Detroit news: eighteen hundred and seventy-three, nineteen hundred and seventeen, a record of progress: . -s ?8?g E So mmmmm^wm. The Second Floor Lobby Opens upon All Public Offices. AChronicleofthePast. 23 editor of the Sidney, Australia, News, wrote in his paper of his tour of Americaand his investigation of publishing enterprises. The editorial page of The DetroitNews he gave high rank because of its able and spirited treatment of generalsubjects, and, said he, It struck me as the best evening newspaper 1 saw inthe whole country. He perceived that a new note had been sounded in Amer^ica Stock Photo
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The Detroit news: eighteen hundred and seventy-three, nineteen hundred and seventeen, a record of progress: . -s ?8?g E So mmmmm^wm. The Second Floor Lobby Opens upon All Public Offices. AChronicleofthePast. 23 editor of the Sidney, Australia, News, wrote in his paper of his tour of Americaand his investigation of publishing enterprises. The editorial page of The DetroitNews he gave high rank because of its able and spirited treatment of generalsubjects, and, said he, It struck me as the best evening newspaper 1 saw inthe whole country. He perceived that a new note had been sounded in Amer^ican journadism. Ten years later The News was proving consistent in its enterprise by sendinga special correspondent with each of the five Michigan regiments that reached thefront during the SpanishAmerican war; thirty years later the readers of TheDetroit News were still being offered unequaled dispatches in a national crisisthat necessitated the tapping of new and old lines of communication to the utter-most parts of the earth. It has persistently met every obligation that the eagernessof the public suggested, and has even more

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