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Number 23 - October 11, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Church Council Hopes to Solve Race Problem
Title:
This Story Sound Like a Fairy Tale
Title:
Conductor Opens Fire, Gets Worst End of Bargain
Title:
Mays is Found Guilty of First Degree Murder
Title:
They Did Not Bite at Simpleton's Bait
Title:
Texas Republicans Get Lily-White Plan
Title:
Information Former Heroes in World War
Title:
Bruce Wins Out in School Fight
Title:
Lynching Averted at Huntington
Title:
Spends 28 Years in Jail, Now Seeks Some Kind of Job
Title:
Two More Lynched in a Georgia Town
Title:
Parson Pushes Plan for Race Settlement
Title:
To Restore Omaha to Civil Government
Title:
Equal Rights League Ends Conference
Title:
Union Picket Shot By Colored Worker
Page 03
Title:
Reader's Forum - U.S. Department of Labor
Page 07
Title:
Negro's Gain
Page 08
Title:
November Eleventh
Title:
What an Omaha Daily Said About the Recent Outbreak

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