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[[image]] No. 4 Special Buggy only $65.00 HIGHEST GRADE A Value Unequaled. Sold on $1.00 Profit Margin. FROM FACTORY TO USER Write for prices and other styles. Send for Catalogue. C. R. PATTERSON & SONS, GREENFIELD, OHIO. MILES M. WEBB Chicago's Expert Photographer [[image]] I specialize in every phase of artistic picture making. Send me your photos for enlargement. Prices reasonable. Satisfaction guaranteed. WEBB STUDIO 3519 State Street Chicago, Ill. Swell, Nifty Suit FREE! Get in Quick! Most marvelous tailoring offering ever made. Be our sales-manager in your town-$250 a month. Enough coin to fill your pockets. Nifty suits for you to wear-ALL FREE. Make $60 to $75 a week selling our nifty suits. It's easy! Orders turned over to you. No experience, no money necessary. WE PAY EXPRESS ON EVERYTHING You pay nothing-absolutely nothing. EVERYTHING guaranteed, too. Write-Hurry! Send a postal card right away for this great free offer. Never anything like it. Get our book of beautiful samples and full particulars-all free. You assume no obligations whatever, so write at once. American Woolen Mils Co. Dept. 451 Chicago, Ill. Price $7.50 Up [[image]] Made $30 First Day B. Basha, of Bell Island, Newfoundland, did this with our CHAMPION Minute Photo Machine That beginners make such profit at the start, shows that no experience is needed in this wonderful money-making business. Robt. Bock, Willow Hill, Pa, took in $35 in one day. Vernard Baker, Holbrook, Neb.,$29.90. Jas. F. Wende, Ashton, Idaho, $26. C.V. Lovett, Ft. Meade, Fla., made $50 in one day. These testimonials are just a few of many hundreds we have on file. Pictures in Post Cards and on Buttons all the rage at Fairs, Carnivals, Picnics, Resorts, Schools, Depots, Factories, on Streets-anywhere-everywhere. Our Champion Camera takes pictures size 2 1/2 x 3 1/2, 1 3/4 x 2 1/2 and buttons. Finishes complete photo in 30 seconds: 200 an hour. No dark room. Easiest, quickest, biggest money-maker known. Small investment. About 85c profit on each dollar you take in. Be your own boss. Write at once for Free Book, Testimonials and Liberal Offer. AMERICAN MINUTE PHOTO CO. 2214 Ogden Ave.,Dept.E396 Chicago, Illinois Mention THE CRISIS. THE CRISIS A RECORD OF THE DARKER RACES PUBLISHED BY THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE. AT 26 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK CITY Edited by W. E. BURGHARDT DU BOIS, with the co-operation of Oswald Garrison Villard, W. S. Braithwaite, M. W. Ovington, Charles Edward Russell and others. Contents for April, 1913 DEPARTMENT HEADINGS. Drawn by Lorenzo Harris. CENTER PAGE DECORATION. Drawn by Louise R. Latimer ARTICLES EASTER-EMANCIPATION. A poem..........Page 285 THE MAN WHO WON. A story. By Harry H. Pace..........293 THE BLACK HALF. By Jacob Riis..........298 DEPARTMENTS ALONG THE COLOR LINE..........267 MEN OF THE MONTH..........274 OPINION..........276 NATIONAL ASSOCIATON FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE..........296 THE BURDEN..........300 LETTERS..........301 TEN CENTS A COPY; ONE DOLLAR A YEAR FOREIGN SUBSCRIPTIONS TWENTY-FIVE CENTS EXTRA RENEWALS: When a subscription blank is attached to this page a renewal of your subscription is desired. The date of the expiration of your subscription will be found on the wrapper. CHANGE OF ADDRESS: The address of a subscriber can be changed as often as desired. In ordering a change of address, both the old and the new address must be given. Two weeks' notice is required. MANUSCRIPTS and drawings relating to colored people are desired. They must be accompanied by return postage. If found unavailable they will be returned. Entered as Second-class Matter in the Post Office at New York, N.Y.
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