Tribune Thursday: slow news day

Sorry about the recent delay in posting. I’m going to be busy with some things for a while, so I might not be back until next week’s Tribune post. Here’s today’s:

  1. A canvass of New York Republicans indicates that Charles Evans Hughes is likely to be renominated for Governor.
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  3. The police have caught Clementi Terasi, whom they believe to be a leader of the “Black Hand.”
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  5. In an attempt to deter drivers from speeding over railroad crossings, the President of the Long Island Railroad announced that he is going to assign men to record the license plate numbers of reckless drivers at railroad crossings and then publicize the names of the owners in the newspapers.
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  7. It appears that President Roosevelt will not try to intervene in the New York Gubernatorial nomination process and will leave it up to the delegates to the convention to decide.
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  9. The United States and Great Britain have agreed to a “modus vivendi” concerning the Newfoundland fisheries for 1908 but are still working on a more formal settlement.
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  11. Governor Hughes laid the cornerstone for a new YMCA building in Plattsburg.
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