NEGROES: Daily Truth

Twenty-eight employes, numerous newsboys, four linotype machines and other equipment and the Messrs. F. S. Alexander and P. H. Pace, all assembled on Indiana Ave., Chicago, constitute the only full-size daily Negro newspaper published in the U. S. the Chicago Bulletin. Last week it had survived its tenth day of existence without visible difficulty, thus breaking the record for longevity of U. S. Negro dailies.

Forecasts had been lugubrious. "Race people," cynics predicted, "are not sufficiently enthusiastic to support a race daily, however staunchly they...

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