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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 January 1921

TUB DAMjAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATUUUY WWAlTY 1, 1021. 12TH ANNUAL STATE CONVENTlONj OF THE CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD, C. W. F. F HELD WITH REV. C. L. BRYANT'S CONGREGATION, CORNER COCHRAN AND ELLIS STREETS. The Church of The IJving God, C. W. iF- P. closed its 32th Annual State Convention Friday night, Deo. 31st. The Convention was attend ed by a large delegation of min isters from Oklahoma. Louisiana, and all parts of the Slate. Over two thousand people of both Races visited the convention each night. The President delivered his Annual Address at 1:30 p. m. Saturday, Dec. 25th. He said in part: "When Pro verbs the 31st chapter and the 31st verse said, Give hr of the fruit of her hands and let her own work praise her in the gate." This Scrip ture does not apply to one nation or one race, but It apply to the wo or one race, but applies to the wo men of any race who will do a good work. And he had many other Scrip tures read o show that God bad no respect of person, but in every n...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 January 1921

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, BATCTtDAY JANUARY 1, 1921. '1 t Tllll OH, BOY! HAVE YC3 SEEN 80 -ueluei. dot? av Rrothfir. she la a PEACH and a SCREAM! . Hair long enough to ba fixed in any style and so soft and glossy. Those Velvet Brown preparations sure enough "got It" for her. AMn nr.n SKINWELL all the blackheads, pimples, .nirvtnkoo mi rimrwarms are cone. Say Friend, her DI1UIVU , 1. O ' skin is so much lighter that you wouldn't think she was Rh .iti't" oothlns but soft, tender looklne and pure Velvet! And did you set' old VELVET BROWN "himself?" I ' thought that -Joker" would look AWFUL RUSTY when he got back from the "COTTON PATCH" but he was V wise and carried the Doctor's Vefvet Brown Face Cream , with him and he came back looking like a "State Street Chocolate." -We have simply got to hand it to that Wnd doctor for he out a "Kick" in nis r ace auu win "itet It in every way." : , ' Velvet Brown Preparations are used by distinctive peofle every where for they have proven ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 January 1921

..' If- ..,.. . . . t ;;, V . . v. , " . j -W- . ,.v'1, 'w ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE Founded by w. e. King. . The Republican Party la The Shiy, Att Else Is The Sear --Fred Douglan. ' i-eb axc.v $3.00. VOIi. XXVIH, NO. 14. " : " THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAsT TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1021 ,. ' ' PRICE TEN CENTfl S3 J I 4: 'I TOTAL LYNCHINGS SHOW DECREASE OF 22 OVER YEAR OF 1919. EIGHT OF VICTIMS WERE WHITE. TE AS LEADS LIST FOLLOWED BY GEORGIA. ' Tuskegco, Alabama, Jan. ' 1. Texas leads all states In the union In the number of Negro lynchings In 1920, according to a report of the Tuskegee Institute, published here today. The Lone Star State has ten cases charged against the white men were: murders, our ' 'CCh t0r Kansa aml M'8- 'yn'hlniT" were less numerous dur J!. ,920, lhnn in Vjl3' records shim'. Sixty-one persons. Including eight white men, were put to death bv mobs this year, as compered with 83 lusl year and 6' In If' IX...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 January 1921

TM'-i- TYt'rt. THE DALLAS HJC PRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SA7UPDAY, JAVPARY 8, 1921 :o:.;s te::as touhs -,r ? . TyliT, Jan. 6. Xmas was unusually lively. Xmas treos were at all cliuc'.hen. The Young Men's Royal "Garden Club went over the top. Tney entertained Dec. 27th with their an nual Xinaa Banquet at the K. of P. Hall. A !arge uumber of visitors were present and a happy time was enjoyed by all. Wednesday night they ended up with a live party at Miss Janle Morgan's and the Pres-l-lmit's home, Mr. Roy Waters. The Young Ladles Whist Club entertained Saturday evening from 4 to 8 at . Redwine's Hall. Mrs. Warren Reld had as houxe guest for Xraaa, her son, Mr. Stanton Reid of Boston, Mans., Miss P. V Reid. toacher in Dallas, Texas. Miss Laura Nichols and MaRter Orlntz Nichols of Oak wood, Texas and Mrs. S. R, Lewis Dallas, Texas. Mr. f -ed Weems of Okmulgee were here last week look' ing after his business. Mr. Ed Mor gan, Mr. aut. Mrs. Alvln Front, Dal las, Miss A. Morgan, A-.hens were gues...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 January 1921

THE BXPRKS8, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, J021 4 SOUTH'S FINEST COLORED SHOW SUNDAY- JOE MOORE in "THE WHITE RIDER' AL ST. JOHN in "FIRED AGAIN" MONDAY- JACK DEMPSEY in "DAREDEVIL JACK" . (Episode No. 10) . HARRY MEYERS in "LIQUID GOLD" CHARLEY CHAPLIN in "THE CURE" TUESDAY H. B. WARNER in "ONE HOUR BEFORE DAWN" LITTLE SAMBO AND SNUB POLLARD in "SHOOT ON SIGHT" tiona in Oconee. Fla., and allotted that between thirty-two and thirty-five Negroee were killed or burned In the shooting and In the fire atarted by the Tn Unlncv. Pla.. ha aald. Dr. w. S. Stevens, a Negro, waa warned to leave town becaune of having interested himself in Negroes voting, and at Live Oak last October, two Drouiura were beaten and worned to leave for the same reason. HF5CTIC DANCK HAM. ATMOSPHRHK POUND IN ISLANDS OF . SOUTH SUA. . WEDNESDAY RUTH ROLAND in "TIGER'S TRAIL" (Episode No. 7) AL JENNINGS in "WHEN OUTLAWS MEET" ALICE HOWELL Li "HER WOODEN LEGACY" THURSDAY ALICE LAKE in , "BLACKMAIL" Also WILLIAM...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 January 1921

THE PAIXAS DATX'iS, TKXAS, SATFItD VY, JANUAR7 8, 1921 TttE DALLAS EXPRESS. i,ii.ViC MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning tn the year at 2GUU bwi Avenuo hv THE DALLAS BVPRKM rCIlMSllINCl (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. t,en York Olllee, Frost and Fr IS H. ioth Mrr. Chlcfixo Oltiee, Frost and Front, Uor l..,i.lr Atlunln (iDlcr. Frost and Fro, Can dlrr lluMililltf. M . . Itashvllle oilier Frot and Front. In dependent Life nullum. KiiTiftxs in advance! One Year 3j Six Months 160 Threa Months. .uu Rlnirla CnnV .10 NOTICE TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneous roncvuwii ,.... character. tandmg reputation of toy person, m m vwik""""" " Vni. nmv appear In .the column of Thw Iah as KxpreHS will bo gladly cor- ........ lla hmiiir OrnllirhC.tO tne attention or mo Muuti' Entered at Font Offlcd at, Dtlaa. Texas, as secoml-tlfts milter, under Act o? Congrpr.s, March UT3. -, IMPORTANT. No subcription mailed for a period less than throe "ij-'nthm, i Payment for same must b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 January 1921

TIIH PAIJiAS EXPRESS, DALLAM, TEXAS, SATITIDAY, J A WART 8, 1021 PRESIDING ELDER HOWARD TELLS OF EVENTS LEADING UP TO PLANS FOR NEW PAUL QUINN DORMITORY. SISTER HATTIE C L WOODS (DECEASED). OUR NEW HOME To the Editor of the Dallas Express. Dear Sir: Please allow space In the columns of your great paper to add to a statement made In your Issue of December 25, 1920, under heading "New Girls' Dormitory (accepted design) to be erected on campus of Paul Qulnn College at an approxl mate cost of One hundred Fifty thousand dollars (150,000.00)" The article states "The acceptance of the plans of architect W. Sidney Pitt man marks the beginning of the end of an effort to place modern dormi tory upon the campus of Paul Qulnn College which was begun more than six years ago under Bishop C. S. Smith. The records will show that under Bishop Smith's administration Paul Quinn College was freed of mort gage debt, and made it possible for teachers to be paid in full on cur. rent salaries. Improvements...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 January 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRKSM, DAM.A8 TRXAS, SATURDAY, JAN PART 8, 1921 kit. . ... ABAWC Excslslor Mutual Benefit ?.7irih. ha ID inn x trial win Vn City eall y f ) . .- v i.-.. way 4 J. AlIlA AUSTDT, CITI EDITOR. Mrs. A.'d. Coleman and daughter,! Mrs. Welter Williams, before leav- iiiR for San Francisco, suMcrlbea for tlio Express. ' Miss M. U Grace of Oklahoma is in the oily visiting her brother at .a Trfniilud street. Mrs. Menervla Hill of Donlson, mt4 eon James, of Houston are vis iting her daughter and sister, Mrs. Gimrte Hill, 920 . Canal. . Mr. and Mrs. Moses Yeager of Hope, Ark., married Dec. 24th, 1920. am nn their honeymoon spend ing a few days with his brother and wile, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yi .ger. 3400 Mungcr Avenue. Keturnea their home Doc. 27, 1921. Mr. iimei TWO It ham (formerly Calvert) 3400 Greenwoon Street, was a, pleasant visitor to our omce Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Z. P. Terroll re nf Talvert. in company with Mr. Joe Reed of No. 2, Texas Alley, called and Inspected the plant ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 January 1921

,-4 , THK DALLAS EXPRESS, PAUiAS. TEXAS, SATtTtPAY, JANUARY 8, 1021 fak kit::". NEW SUMS ALMOST COMPLETED. CHAIRMAN) HAMILTON SAYS CITIZENS AND ORGANI ZATIONS HELP CHEERFULLY. $1,162.50 COL LECTED TO DATE. FUTURE PROSPECTS , HIGHLY PROMISING. The Dallas spirit la prevailing and the people are rallying Splendidly to the support of the Citizens Commit tee on the entertainment ' of the Bishop's Council, says . chairman Hamilton. At the meeting last night a number of pledges - were paid by lodges and Individuals. The reports for large donations In the future were most encouraging." The amount collected in the meeting and turned over to Dr. organ, treasurer was $185.00. This makes a totals of $1,162.60 thug far-collected on the fund by the' committee. Prof. H D. Winn, Most Worship ful Master of the Masonic order of this Jurisdiction, last Monday night visited Abiff lodge No. 61, F. and A. M., and obtained a subscription of $50.00. He said this lodge cheer fully made the subscription and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 January 1921

TIIK DALLAS KXPRvrlS, DALLAS, TEXAS, BATTJKPAY, JANUARY 8, 1021 y i 5 it i !: i u 5 i r4 if if t 5 it OH, BOY! 9 U. SAVE YC8 SEE! . .. 138 UELUET DHOUn? Say Brother, she is a PEACH and a 8CBEA.!! rHaIr long enough to be fixed In any style and so soft and glossy. Those Velvet Brown preparations sure enough "got if Xor her. AND HER SKIN WELL all the blackheads, pimples, Bplotches and ringworms are gone. Say Friend, her skin Is so much lighter that you wouldn't think she was the same girl.' She "ain't" nothing but soft, tender looking and pure Velvet! And did you see old VELVET BROWN "himself?" I thought that "Joker" would look AWFUL RUSTY! when he got hack from the "COTTON PATCH" but he was wise and carried the Doctor's Velvet Brown Face Cream with him and he came back looking like a "State Street Chocolate." We have simply got to hand it to that 1 ind Doctor for ho puts a "Kick" in bis Face and Hair Preparations that will "get it In every way." , Velvet Brown Preparations are used by...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 January 1921

is DSTI8 T"-3 5? ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE 6 Foundd by w. b. King The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. - pebastoi W,oq, TOL. XXY1II, MO. 16. ' , THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PAIXAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANTART 15, 1021. PRICE TEX CEJJTS. Rare Books, Papers, Paintings and Bits of Art Connected With and Pertaining to the Accomplishments of Race Shown During Session. Washington, D. C, Jan. 18. For un iqueness the collection of rare prints, pictures, portraits, manuscripts, books, etc.,. shown recently In Washington, D. C, Is perhaps unparalleled In the history of the Colored people of (his country; and its termination brought regret to many who were unable to make an Inspection because of the hort duration of the exhibit." The American Negro Academy meets In Washington each December, and this year held Its twentv-fourth an nual meeting December 28 and 29, 1920, In the Dunbar High School, as the guest of the ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 January 1921

V) 1 U1 r. 'nvo. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1C21, s ...ft Clui:::t3 Whip Ileccen- iby. fer Refusing to DIf Hat in Hall. AiuMisl.i, Ga Jan. IS: nocture lie )"I'i.h ij to irivf his h.jt under 'hB !Af), i,r !n l'nvnfi lnstitutfi, a ohnol tor f '!. ivd youth, Willie E. VVil- I'-im, wtillo. a 18-ypfir-old rpprlal do Hmm v livsHcni'or of the Aucista nnnt- oificc wn nmimlly thrnKlu'd by 11 of me .nun-nta lunt'inir in ttifo from IS to !). II wan lit ruck obnut the face, Ma tint wa knocki'd off, and lot tern ho w as carrying were scattered on the floor. Kin of thf boys wrft roloafled un rl. r bond of $5(1(1 omh, to nppoar bp tore I nitod Statca Commlsnionpr C. .Ti flinn-.r. Jr.. to annwor to federal rlmwa of "BHsault anil battery upon th pirsun of a United Utates letter enrrltir." Two other boys paid to hav In volved, arc atlll at lai'Ki', but will he arrested .shortly. JiHlinn W. Lyon, Colored lawyer. In vnurixi-I for the defendant. t'haiKes of anrtiiiilt and b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 January 1921

THE DAI LAS EXTRE8S, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY IS, 1921. page irrrtK. alias J. ALBA ACSTW, CITI EDITOK. lite1 1 AMlW!:A''''1w,at!Mj!rwATywc . A trained mind Is usually humble. Sir Isaac Newton, with his great intellect, felt his lit tleness most keenly. "Our ca pacity to bow is in the measure of our dignity; our disposition to stoop determines Our power to 'soar." For all the news all the time, read the .Dallas Express. To unbelievers of Negro literature, we welcome you into the folds of the Dallas Express' great army. The campaign is now on, our agent will visit your home soon. Pay your poll tax ladies and gen tlemen if you care to participate in the coming spring election. We are to elect a Mayor and Board of Com missioners. Mrs. Hattie Jones 6100 Swiss Ave., re-iniisted in the Dal i as Express Army for 6 months this week. Mrs. Jones believes in keeping up with the times. Mrs. Corine White of Kansas City, is in the city attending the trick bed side of her mother, Mrs. Clara...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 January 1921

THE DAIXAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1921. THE DALLAS EXl'ltEtia, p ?2 IV) fc M ii E R NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. L Published every Saturday morntntj In the ' year at i'iuu owiss rtv THE DALLAS KJPKRM MIBLISHING (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. Ir York Oltice, Krost and Frost 12 K. 261 h Street. Chlenito Oluce, rrt lind Frost, Boy- Atlnntn Otlct, Frost and Front, t-aa dlrr llulliltnu. . . . Nnsbvllle otllee Fro and Frost, in dependent Life Ilnlldlna;. ' ei ttri?iT'rm iff ADVANCE. On a Year. -3.00 1.60 Elx Months..., 1.00 .10 Three Months Single Copy NOTICE TO THM 1'liBl.lv. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, Handing ?r reputation of any person. Ann or corporation which may appear In the columns of Th Dallas Express will be K'adly cor reoted upon Its being brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Post Office at Dallas, Texan- as second-class matter, under Act oT Congress, March 1S73. IIHl'OUTASiT. v No subcriptions mailed for a period l...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 January 1921

EXPRESS, PALLAS. TEXAS. SAVCHDAY, JANUARY 15, 1921. l'AGE FIVK. SOraE TEXAS TOWNS " Calvert, Jan. 13. Mr. C. Bennett left for West Dallas Friday night 'to make his home. MIbb Hattle Turner Is back from Dallas where sue spent a week Xmas with friends and rel atives. Mr. R. Oderaon 1b still im proving. We are glad to inform the many Odd FellowB, as well as hi;) many friends throughout Texas. Mr. George Grim and family left for Cle burne, their future home. Mr. Bud Baker has just finished improving hid home. Mrs. G. E. Branmon spent Xmas with her mother .Mrs. Laura Adams Dotson. Mrs. Rachel White returned to her home in Dallas after spending the Xmas. The reporter, Miss Olivia? and Bister. Miss Jewel Smith returned home after spending two weeks with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Smith of Waxalucbi. They are stopping with Prof, and Mrs. A. H. Mims, grand parents. Mr. Jack Saunders is getting up after . a hard fight with pneumonia. Mr: and Mrs. James Ross are back home from Ranger, Texas....

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 January 1921

U v; -.X w V? 1 r'nt; six. THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY It, 1921. FT.YORIHNEWS Fort Worti), Texas, Jan. 13, 1921. Tlio .departure of the holiday vis itors who had flocked into town in largo numbera, left a decided vacancy in the social ranks, and with the ending of New Year's fest;rii;es even nodal event took e. less pro jiounced place in the affairs of the week. The, rush of events are . over and nociety seems a little on toe decline. Mrs. Raymond Taylor of Helen Btreet, visited relatives and friends ia Gainesville last week. , Airs. g. 1L I'otson baa returned froiii Louisiana, fc'-he reports her sls tr much improved. Mr. Dave John wn, her nephew, accompanied her hon, At this writing Mr. J. I- Dot Kon, Managing Editor of the Hornet, ' is sick. We hope for him a speedy recovery. . M-ias Gussie Houston of Manor, Texan, and a teacher, of Sayerville City School, visited Mr. and Mrs. Franklin, Crump street during the holidays. One of the sweelest affairs of the s...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 January 1921

THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, MTUBPAY, JANUARY 15, DEDICATION SERVICES OF ST. JAMES GIVE IMPETUS TO PUBLIC RESPONSE TO BISHOPS' COUNCIL PLANS. With beautiful weather, unpre cedented for this season of the year, the congregation of the St. James Church went into their new building last Sunday morning. The first ser vices were held at fi o'clock A. M., and from then on until closing time at night interesting exercises were held. Everyhodv, was ImnrpuspH with the services, ns well as wlth the beautiful new Temple, modern, In all Its appointments, Dr Ablng-! ton and his congregation were over-1 whelmed with compliments and con- gratulatlons. "The Temple is com-1 pieted. excopt in minor details, but the campaign to raise funds must be pushed with Increased vigor," says Dr. Abington. "so as to be able to entertain the Bishop's Coun cil when it convenes." During Sunday's services $680.00 was collected, of this amount $160. 00 was.' given by Bethel A. M. E. Church in the Sunday night's...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 January 1921

pc?5 Firarr i MriuaBi .a.ias, TKaAS, B VfUKUlI, JAnilAIti IP, 1W1. OH, RAVE YC'J Say Brother, ahe is a PEACH and a SCREAM! Hair long enough to be fixed in any style and so soft and glossy. Those Velvet Brown preparations sure enough "got It" for her. AND HER SKIN WELL all the blackheads, pimples, splotches and ringworms are gone. Say Friend, her skin is so much lighter thai you wouldn't think she was - the same girl. She "ain't" nothing but soft, tender looking and pure Velvet! And did you .see old .VELVET BROWN "himself?" I thought that "Joker" would look AWFUL RUSTY when he got back from the "COTTON PATCH" but he waa wise and carried the Doctor's Velvet Brown Face Cream with him and he came back looking like a "State Street Chocolate." " -We have simply got to hand it to that kind Doctor for he puti a "Kick" in his Face and Hair Preparations that will "get it tn every way." Velvet Brown Preparations are used by distinctive people , , every where for they have proven themselves to ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 January 1921

. i - PAY YOUR -POLL TAX WOW 5? 11 . f?i. . fi n . ;.n ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by w. e. King. The Sepublican Pariy Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas, : per anctm $3.00. 1 . I, 1 . 1 . YOL. XXTHL KO. 18. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1021. , ' . PRICE TEX CENTS. ' ..) I .,' .... . , .f. I,, i mi i - ... . i : , . .1. . Z . - - zzz STATE REPRESENTATIVE FROM FLORIDA DECLARES THAT QUALIFIED NEGROES WERE ALLOWED TO VOTE. DENOUNCES N. A. A. C. P. Washington, Jan. 20.--The Associa tion for the Advancement of Colored Peoplo was denounced before the ' house census committee by Represen tative Clark, of Florida, as an organi zation composed of "meddling, fuss ing persons" who are working on the ignorant Negroes of the south In or der to keep themselves In good po sitions. The association, Mr. Clark asserted, has never done a thing "that hasn't Injured the Negroes in the south." "Jt's actions have made for racial clashes." he d...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 January 1921

THE PALLAS KXrRKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1021. T(iK TWO. S0L1E TEXAS T0VI1S J.iiiTiiH, Jim. 20. The III School is movUg' upward. There has been a great d"al of toil and efforts made by Mrs. J. V. Person respect ing: the necessary Improvement con nected to the school of which it is a water fountain that will be pur chased at an early date. All com pliments and respoct from the city is due to Mrs. J. V. Penson, for her Intelligence, saying cone the least about Mrs. Minnie B. Johnson, M. L. Garrett and other assistants who have shared their part in every ef fort that was put forward for the benefit-of the Lufkln Lucky Ward School in which Mrs. P. V. Pen son is principal. -.The Y. W. C A. was organized, Jan. 9 with Miss Willie Mae Henry, president; Mrs. Kstella Lewis, vice-president; Mrs. Earley Mae Buster, secretary. They met in connection with the Y. M. P. L. Sunday at the C. M. E. Church. Economy, was the program for the evening opened hy Mrs. B. S. Den mon and discus...

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