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Number 44 - November 09, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Republican Victory
Title:
Attorney Dalton Remembers That "Colored" Business
Title:
Refused at Ancor, Gets Big Position in Navy
Page 02
Title:
Not Fools or Cowards
Title:
Wealthy Woman Dies
Title:
Colored Catholic Priest
Title:
Signal Men Hustle
Title:
Hun Sells Supplies Seized
Title:
All Right, So Far
Title:
First Colored War Correspondent Arrives in France
Page 03
Title:
Get Molars Fixed Free
Title:
Fear French Tanks
Title:
Maimed By Huns
Title:
"Jerry" New Nickname for German Soldier

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