Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Morning Edition: March 2, 1911

Here's a quick snapshot of the headlines from today's morning papers:

The Bisbee Daily Review: Former Nicaraguan President Zelaya Waxes Warm in Roast of President [Denounces Taft as Tyrant and Oppressor]; Idaho Senator Heyburn Stirs Up Friends of Forest Policy; Defective Gun Steel is Blamed for Slaughter; Arizona must wait until the next regular session of Congress

The Washington Herald: Pope Confers High Honors on Father Russell; Lorimer Retains Seat by a Margin of Only Six Votes; Robin Abandons Insanity Defense; Cunard Liners May Abandon New York; Endurance Test by Progressives Retards Senate

The New York Tribune: Robin Pleads Guilt, Sentence Deferred; New York May Lose Biggest Ships; Special Session of Congress not to be Delayed; Lorimer Wins Fight to Retain Seat; Mr. Beveridge Hazed

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