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Number 24 - October 18, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Senator Williams Flayed for Defense of Lynching
Title:
Associated Press is Mistaken About the Helena Riot
Title:
Prof. Had to Curb His Southern Whim
Title:
Knickerbocker Theater Discriminates
Title:
Arkansas Town Breathing Much Easier to Date
Title:
Try to Block Lynchers Near Tuskegee Instit'te
Title:
We Have Lost Ideals, Says This Colored Bishop
Title:
Veteran Charged with Man's Death
Title:
Irregularities Hinted in Probe of Wilberforce
Title:
Howard Opens with Bright Prospects
Title:
Parents Renew Fight on Roscoe Conkling Bruce
Title:
Wilberforce Loses Officers' Training Corps
Page 04
Title:
Shillady Mass Meeting
Page 08
Title:
Here is Opportunity
Title:
As To Our Alleged Inferiority
Title:
Not Bolshevism - Just American Justice
Title:
President Wilson's Illness
Title:
Two Different Menaces
Title:
It Hurts

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