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Number 42 - February 22, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Ninth Battalion to Parade Here Saturday
Title:
Colored Troops are to be Segregated at Camp Upton
Title:
Texas Legislature to Suppress Mob Law
Title:
Exposure of Alleged 'Raw Methods' Used by Major General Ballou Against the Colored Soldiers in France
Title:
Catholic Priest Asks a Pertinent Question
Title:
Colored Delegates Ask School Board Places
Title:
372d Regiment Home, Covered With Glory
Page 02
Title:
Sore Spot on Democracy
Page 03
Title:
Just A Ray of Democracy
Page 06
Title:
Complainant Absent in Police Graft Case
Title:
Who Did the Jim-Crowing?
Page 07
Title:
Unusual Program at 'The Grand' Next Week
Title:
Sheriff's Responsibility
Page 08
Title:
Exit, A Good Man
Title:
American Bolsheviks

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