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Number 35 - November 10, 1906
Page 01
Title:
Dismissed Soldiers - Troops at Ft. Brown Leave Ranks of United States Army in Disgrace - White Colonel May Be Court Marshaled
Title:
Evidences of Progress - A Group of News Items That Look on the Bright Side - Afro-American Advances that are Overlooked by Daily Papers
Title:
Joe Gans to Fight Herman - Lightweight Champion of the World Visits Cleveland - Received a Gratifying Amount of Applause
Title:
Protest Against Tillman to Weimer
Title:
'The Clansman' Supressed - Philadelphia Citizens Demand Rights in the Very Face of Tom Dixon - Ex-Congressman White Pleads - Dixon Insulted Mayor
Page 04
Title:
President's Roosevelt's Turn
Title:
Dismissed in Disgrace
Title:
Financial Failure of Alexandria Home News
Title:
Peculiar Christian Names

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