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Number 23 - October 13, 1917
Page 01
Title:
White Woman Shoots Colored Minister in Hall of Justice at Kansas City, Mo.
Title:
Youngstown Man Is Charged with Murder
Title:
Mitchell to Face Court
Title:
Atlanta Wins Prize
Title:
Still "Sore" at Jim-Crowism
Title:
"Thirteen" Is Hoodoo
Title:
White Officers to Command Negro Labor Companies, According to Latest Information
Title:
Stinchbomb Sees Acute Housing Need
Title:
Gen. Ballou Makes Very Lame Excuse
Title:
President Hale is Praised
Title:
Laughs at Death
Title:
Race in Portsmouth Plans 'Own Suburb'
Title:
To Build Y.W.C.A.
Title:
Noted N.Y. Lawyer
Page 04
Title:
Steals Shoes of "Sleeper"
Title:
With Our Memphis Correspondent
Title:
Noted Women Speak Here
Title:
Senate Segregates Colored Women
Title:
Letter Box - Letter to Editor of Victor Sincere
Page 08
Title:
We Have Met the Enemy
Title:
Right Man for the Place
Title:
Wind That May Blow Good

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