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Number 50 - April 20, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Fourteen Year Old Colored Boy Accused of Murder of White Boy at Newark, N.J.
Title:
Man in Toils for Blocking "Draft"
Title:
Colored Man Lends Officer Candidates
Title:
Maniac Curses All White Men
Title:
Buys Soldiers Beer - Is Arrested
Title:
Many "Colored Boys" Are "Over There"
Title:
1,200 Colored Soldiers Go To Hospital
Title:
Porter Sells Liquor - Law Nabs Him
Title:
Clevelanders Contribute to the "Comfort" Fund
Title:
Veteran Soldier Is Laid to Rest
Title:
President of Fisk Here
Title:
Colored Veteran Dies
Title:
U.S. To Close Howard Univ.
Title:
To Construct Hospital for Colored Soldiers
Title:
Man Builds House of Stolen Goods
Title:
Bell Hop Lawyer Caught in Toils
Title:
Race Man Buys $1,000 Bond
Title:
Offers School to Train Soldiers
Title:
Draft Obstructor Kills Self
Title:
Fisk President Lauds the Race's Patriotism
Title:
Bulletin Urges Aid for Race
Title:
Open Rescue Home at Columbus
Title:
Colored Man Held for Girl's Murder
Title:
Race in Twin Cities Form Home Guard
Page 02
Title:
Louisiana Men Form Home Guard
Page 03
Title:
Colored Girls Used to Break Strike in Hotel
Page 05
Title:
District "8" Draftees
Title:
Housing Needs Acute in Pittsburgh
Page 07
Title:
Voice of Lincoln [advertisement]
Page 08
Title:
General Ballou's Order
Title:
Along the Color Line
Title:
Emmet J. Scott Issues Statement
Title:
Race Organizes to Aid Country

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