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Number 38 - January 25, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Death Penalty for Sgt. Caldwell, Martyr
Title:
325th Signal Battallion Wins Laurels in Action
Title:
Cleveland Boy Marries French Girl; That's O.K. But Puzzle Really is How Can He Bring Her to U.S.A.?
Title:
Race in Newark Form Political Club
Title:
Striking Switchmen Return to Work
Title:
Cleveland Boys Are On Their Way Home
Title:
T.R. and Booker T.
Title:
Race Man Wins Seat in California "House"
Title:
"Freedmen's Aid" Ask
Title:
Race Troops Guard Huns With Cold Steel
Title:
Louisiana Mob Lynch a Colored Citizen
Page 02
Title:
Att'y Barcus Named Special Counsel in Att'y Gen'l Office
Page 04
Title:
Conners Explains
Page 05
Title:
Famous Orchestra to Visit Cleveland
Title:
White Man Surrenders on Lynching Charge
Page 07
Title:
Yank "Noise Artist" - Meteoric Success of Louis A. Mitchell As An Original Entertainer "Over There"
Title:
Sporting News
Title:
Solution of Negro Problems Rests on Better Acquaintance
Page 08
Title:
Great Words - "Right and Justice"
Title:
Sgt. Caldwell, Martyr to Prejudice
Title:
Returning Colored Troops Should Get Better Treatment
Title:
"The Negro and the South After the War"

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