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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 January 1921

i& THE DALLAS EXPRK88, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1021. page nms. V t ? f t $ t f r r r f f i v f ? f t f ? t t t t f T- t ? f f t t it of P. Over The Top Balance on The following is a Summary of the report of examination of the Order of Knights of Pythias made by the Examiner from the of fice of the Commissioner of Insurance and Banking as of October 31, 1920: "I have made a thorough and careful examination of the En dowment Department of the Grand Lodge of the Colored Knights of Pythias as well as the General Fund and summarizing mj findings, I beg to report that the affairs of the Society are now honestly and efficiently managed by the respective officers, that the books are neatly and intelligently kept by the Secretary, that the death claims are promptly paid after proofs of death are filed and that , with liquid assets of $79,993.70 in the Endowment and $32,711.04 in the General Fund the Order finds itself in a healthier financial condition than it ever has been....

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 January 1921

''.'r -.iL-uin, .11 .tV-'x. , , .. THE DALLAS EXPRKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1021. pa cm Forn THE DALLAS KXl'Kl F!P?T W Lit.Vlc MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION, L 1 Published every Saturday : mornlm Id the year at 2t00 fcivias Avenue by THI5 1JAIXAS K.VI'HKSS lU I1USH1KO ((llll'A.W. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texan. n,.w ivrk oilicc. Front nd Frost tX N. SUCk Mrnl. ChloiKO Olltce, Front Hud Frost, Iloy w lliillillng. . Allimlu OHlce, Frost and tfi L dlrr lliiHiltiiit. . ' . Nashville Olflee Frn and Frost. In rpendrnt l.lre Uuildinit. StUSCKIPTlONS LN ADTANCK. , One Year Six Months. Three Months Single Copy .. - 10 NOTICK TO TI K PUHMC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, tanding ' reputation or any iwraon, firm or corporation whicn may appear In the columns or This Dallas F.xprcss will bo gladly cor rected upon Its being brought to the attention of the publisher. Entered ot Post Office at Dallas, Texas, as second-clas matter, under Act o'. Congress, March...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 January 1921

THK DAIXAS EXPHl'Sd, DAIXAS, TKXAS, SATUIDAY, JAXUAUV 22, 1021. l'AG :-,TE. f4 r i 5 i 1 TO DR. ALEXANDER On His 21st Anniversary as Pastor of New Hope Baptist Church. We honor thee, thou man of God, ' Thou pious sage who 'inong us trod; Fearless exemplar of the right, Leader of men who dare to fight Crime and Bin wherever found, Courageous, rock ribbed, safe and sound, ' , Friend, adviser, constant, true Oh, man of God we honor you! We praise thee, oh man of God, For with thy gospel chast'ning rod, Thou lendest on through darkeat night, To truth and love and shining light Thou art a watchman on the wall, AnBw'ring duty's every 'call We sing a song of praise we sing to thee, Exponent of sweet charity! We rev'rence thee, thou man of God, Who walketh upright, 'bove the sod; Thou messenger of truth divine, Teacher, erudite, refine Fastor, gontle, full of grace, , Fighting error face to face We honor, praise and rev'rence thee, For thy true Christian piety! This is the burden of our son...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 January 1921

"I 1 1 PAfiH SIX. LOADING NORTHERN NEWSPAPER COFIIIEHTS - . ON SUCCESS OF OUR MADAME N. A. FRANKLIN, SOUTH'S WIDELY-KNOWN BEAUTY CULTURIST f-cdal Correspondent of Kansas City Advocate Writes From t Visited Local Down-town Lauds Her Progressive tad Praise. (By J. O. MIDNIGHT). Houston, Texas. I vnif sna nnri um nnv at the feome of Mme. N. A. Franklin-Mc- Coy, who Is the sole proprietor andi1"88' Inventor and establlsher of Madame W. A. Franklin's System of Beauty Work, and in this line she Is at the head of the class, and put It down tnat I told you she will make the world know that she has been here end all her works. Perhaps it would be of interest to you to know that she is yet a young woman having arrived in this werjd via Cuero, Texas, Just now many years ago I do not know, but he went to public school there and grot all they wore, prepared to dish out there and then continued to study until she had studied herself Into a lucrative business. It was about ten years ago, with fait...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 January 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DAMiAri, TEXAS, SATIUDAY, JANUARY 22, 1921. i TES. J' 1 WORK OF CITIZENS COMMITTEE NEAR1NG COMPLE TION. TOTAL OF $3,000 HAS BEEN COLLECTED FOR BISHOPS' COUNCIL Last week was a banner week in the work of the committee on en tertainment of the Bishops' Coun cil, a total of $1372.02 was collected and turned over to the fund during that time; making a total of $3089.17 collected to date. "All of our workers are enthusiastic and are working as a unit for the success ful conclusion of the campaign," says Mr. Jt. Lee Jones, assistant secretary of the committee. "We only need to collect $410.83 now to reach the goal of $3,600" he said, "and a large portion of that amount has been promised and will be col lected." It was the visiting churches that brought the funds so near the goal, and it would have been much near er had not the rain of the early part of last week interfer'red with the meetings scheduled to be held In the new Temple. On Thursday night of last week Dr. C ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 January 1921

4 THE D.UJ.AS KXl'UESS, DAIXAS, TEXAS, fiATtTtPAY, JANCARY 22, 1921. PACK KIGilT 3 VELVET BROWN PREPAR-ARATIONS. For SKIN and HAIR are the result- of years of exporiment and study by me. The fact that I am a graduate in Medicine and Dentistry is a G UARANTEE that the best d r u g k, properly combined, are sued 4n my prep arations. In loss than a year on the mar ket these goods have followed this Express ad into thousands of home and made good. THE CREAM positively BLKACHES; removes every blem ish, holds any powder perfectly all day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. Hair ruined by nature or harm ful preparation responds readily to my OHOWKR. The PRESSING OIL, Klven a fine glo and la nearly smokeless. II.SE these preparations and you will catrh this smile. Velvet Itrown Fnee Cream 11.10 Velvet Itrown Hair Grower J2 Velvet lirown m-sHlmr- Oil JVi Velvet Itrown Temple Grower ,2U Agents wanted. Liberal commis sion. Information given and or ders filled Jy ' DR. FRANK ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 January 1921

' .if. ' .' T" TAX NOW. JAM. 3! IS LAST MY PAY YOU Wf R POLL t a . ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded byw. b. King . . : , The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. , per Annum S.oo. : , , , VOL. XXVUI, NO. 17. , . THB DALLAS EXPKES9, DAIXAS, TEXAS, SATTRDAY, JANUARY 80, 4021. , , PRICE TEX CENTS. PRESIDENT ELECT HARDING URGES FAIRNESS TO ALL IN MESSAGE TO THE SOUTH. Writes Article For Atlanta Constitution Which is Similar in Tone to Former State ments of His Belief in Justice For All. Washington, D. C, Jan. 27. "I have no message to the people of the Smith that T would not . utter to all the T'nlted States." Thin Is the heart motif of thi message which President elect Harding has written at the be quest of Clark Howell, editor of the Atlanta Constitution, to the South. Mr. Howell, It apDears, Is one of the prominent Southern men who Is very anxluos that a genuinely new era shall ho opened for the Southland. The Howell tvpe of Southerner af...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 January 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, D.UJJH, TKXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1921. TM'V, TWO. ! SGLIE TOmiS III TEXAS Honey tirpve, Jan. 27. R,, Swan coy came In llonday from his trip lo the Western States. Several of the Primitive Baptist were in town Sunday .to their meeting- Mrs. Lula Pope is .'ill. Madams Jane Cuiry, Carrie Brisoce, Cora and Mable Wall were in Hugo Tuesday. Prof. Taylor was at home Saturday from Wolte City. Kev. Higgs of Marietta, Okla., came to his meeting but was unable to preach and some one filled Wo. Rev. S. Swancey preached an able senifl'n at 11 a. m. that was enjoyed by all. The candy pulling at Urn. Humphreys Store given by the Mis sionaries was quite a Bitcoess. The Courts of Calanthe paid Mis. Lula Jones, the beneficiary. . Denton, Jan. 27. Kev. W. J. Hen derson visited his wife three days last week. Services were well at tended at all churches Sunday. Dr. Isove preached for Dr. A. G. Scott, Sunday night. Mrs. Fannie Reynold!, is still reported 111 at her home on Oakland...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 January 1921

THE DALLAS KXPRKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1921. TACT, TilTxT.K. X GOLDEN CHAIN OF THE WORLD 1 Reduced Railroad Rates to Dallas For Bishops' Council. wnnrr ! fc 11U11VU If, n ; , V?. I if o " -ir; P pi GOLDEN CHAIN OF THE WORLD THE WORLD'S GREATEST LODGE Join Today! . Die Today! Pay Today! THAT'S US NOBODY ELSE We have lost 25 members since August 1st, 1920. The families of tho.o deceased members, received their first relief within 45 minutes to 24 hours. . THAT'S US TO ALL CONCERNED: There will be a special rate ?Yt ??? ??? ??? v?y ??? ??? ??t ??? yvt ?tt ft? v?t tit III V t t SI I HZ Y C3 V a ! ill III III ttY YYY YYY 44 AA YYY YYY YYY YYY A A A A 44 YYY 4 4 4 4 4 4 YYY 4 4 4 4 4 YYY YYY 4 4 A 4 4 4 YYY !!:!!! We Pay by Telegraph t ' Ask The AMERICAN EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK Then ASK THE PEOPLE We have 22 people In our offices 12 of -whom are ladles 15 In main office, 5 In printing office 2 in our Fort Worth Branch Office. THAT'S US, JiOBODY KLSK! We take them from 6 mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 January 1921

THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JAXVARY 29, 1821. r.(-?4 torn THE DALLAS EXPRESS. 1 J U x r MtMBER' NATIONAL NEGRO PREC.S ASSOCIATION. I'uhllshed ev.-ry Saturday morning Id the year ot 2CUU . fci'Viss Avenue by THE DALLAS K.M'HKS I'l'HLISli tSU COMI'A.NV. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. ' . . tirw Vork Onlcc, Kraut and Kram 12 N. 201 Stn-ft. CklcsKo Oltlce, I'rost nnd Front, Hoy re liHiMinu. Atinntn oilier. f'rot nnd Front. Can dler Iluililinu:. ,nlivlllr (llre Krat nnd Ksost, In dririnlrii Life HullilliiK. ' sntscitirTiostf lv adtamk. One Year $3.00 Six Months - - l.0 Three Months . i l.M Single Copy ..: ! NCI1KH TO THK I'LHLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, tlaiiding r reputation of any peron, tlrin or corporation which may appear In the columns of Tha Dallas lOxprem will bo gladly cor rected upon Its being brought to the attention of tho publisher. Entered ot I'oat Office at Dallas, Texas,, as second-clan matter, under Act of Congress, March 1873. , I.MI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 January 1921

xiuu utits BAHUiM, UAiil.H, TKAAS. SAT HID AY, 29, 1921. TO DR. ALEXANDER S. JACKSON, On His Twenty-First Anniversary as Pastor o! New Hope Baptist Church. We honor thee, thou man of God, Thou pious sage Who 'mong us trod; Fearless exemplar of the right, Leader of' men who dare to fight Crime and sin wherever found, Courageous, rock ribbed, safe and sound, Friend, adviser, constant, true Oh, man of, God we honor you! We praise thee, oh man of God, For with thy gosjiel chast'nlng rod, Thou leadest on through darkest night, To truth and love and shining light Thou art a watchman on the wall, Answ'ring duty's every call We sing a song of praise to thee, ,l Exponent of sweet charity I We rev'ren'ce thee, thou man of God, Who walketh upright, 'bove the sod; Thou messenger of truth divine, Teacher! erudite, refine Pastor, gentle, full of grace, Fighting error face to face We honor, praise and rev'rence thee, For thy true Christian piety! ' This is the burden of our song Oh, man of God liv...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 January 1921

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, XAWA Xt go, iWel. mi urn Fort Worth, ?.Vxaa, Jan. 27, 1921. Heading imiketh a lull man; con ference a reaily man; and writing an exsct man; and therefore if a nuvn write little, ho had nedd have a great memory; if he confer Utile he had need have a present wit; and if he read little, he had need hvc much cunuin?, to seem to know that be doth not. "Read the Dallas Express and keep posted. On sale at Temple Drug titnre." '"'..' Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Sneed of Den ver, Colorado, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Crabb, Violet trect. last week. They left for 8 visit to Tcxarkana and other Texas cities. One of the moat Interesting fea tures of the week was the musicai by the 'F"--Cleft Company, Tuesday niriit. Jan. 18 at Bakers Chapel. This company is composed of some of Fort Worth's best talent. Too miKh nralse can not be given them for all who heard them must admit it was a treat to the music lovers. Let us praise our home talent for ind...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 January 1921

THE DA IX A 8 EXPKK8S, DAIXA8, TEXAS, SATURDAY. 1KXVKK? 29, 1021. PAGE SKTE3. CITIZENS' COMMITTEE GOES OVER THE TOP. Nearly $4,000 Collected to Date Campaign to Continue Until All Subscriptions Are Paid In, Souvenir Program Being Gotten Up For Bishops' Council -Business Men Urged to Take Space. The Committee on the entertain- sle Carpenter, $1.00; Cash - 26c; ment of the Bishops' Council "has Mrs. A. C. Cain, BOc; total $2.75 V.r !,he top" ln. collectiflS By Mrs. Lizzie Rosson: funds. Starting out a few weeks :s , TI m , ago on a campaign to raise $3,500 i Royal Hou8e Temple No- 115 S' from the public, Tuesday night's M- T total 110.00. meeting of the commlttoe showed a By Mrs. Julia LionaiuHou: total of $3,930.36 collected and Q. Trendberg, $2.60; C. L. Ed turned in. The teople have respond-: wards, $1.00; O. Coleman, $2.00; R. ed splendidly and promptly to the L. Weems, $1.00; H. Johnson, 25c; appeal for funds to complete the,Theo. Lessie, 25c; F. Prather, 60c; new St James; and f...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 January 1921

THE PALLAS EXPRESS, PA MA 3, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1021. PAOB -FK.'IIT 1 J: VELVET BROWN PREPAR-ARATIONS. r is a V" 1 1; iNTEE I U knot ' For SKIN and HAIR aro the re su't of years of experiment and study by me. - The fact that I 4 in a graduate in Medicine and i i U A R A that the bent drugs, properly combined, are sued in my prep- In less than a year on the. mar Wet these goods have followed ttils Express ad Into thousaiijs of homes and made good. THE CREAM positively BLEACHES: removes every blem lHh, holds any powder perfectly all day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. Hair ruined by nature or harm ful preparation responds readily to my UROWKR. The PRESSING OIL. gives a fine glo and l nearly smokeless. . . USIC these preparation and you will catch thia smile. Velvet Brown Face ("ream $1.10 Velvet Brown Hair grower Ji Velvet Brown Pressing Oil Velvet Brown Temple Grower .20 vAgents wanted. Liberal commis sion. Information given and or ders filled by DR. ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 February 1921

ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE i ; : . .- ; - ., y - mm- . Founded by w. b. King. TKt Republican Party Is The Ship , All Ehe h The Sea." Fred Douglas. per ankum fa.oo. i , ' 1 11 ' ! I ,, - ... - . - I I- P-"- I I IM.I I f II ' " YOL. XXYIIL No. 18. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1921. PRICH TEJi CEXTS. nn r? n n m rr n ra rs rr r n m ra r? n rvn C ru rv nr. rz TT n CV i f i i ri. i t i i a i i jri i k i i .t r -j v mi sits i i - i i i i i i . stiirjiiti , i i i i i i a r. i a i j i II I J t 1 II L. f J t I ' H II LJ II II a J 1(1 III I J I 1 I 1 I 1 i ' E lil II Ul II lll IlEf Elll U k 1 II t HI t u U w LZj LI Vw U U U J Ks KJ U U L) XLs L-J Vw v U JJ U J ' . . "V : "'! . .' , I ' ' 1 - ' ... ' , , " LEADERS ARE ANXIOUS ABOUT PRESIDENT HARDING'S STAND ON APPOINTMENT OF NEGROES. Is Not Yet Sure What Policy He Will Follow. Many Are Hopeful. May Called Conference of Leaders Before Action Tc To Icon I!y A. N. P.) Washington, t. C, Feb. 3. Ths questi...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 February 1921

mou two. THE 1)ALIjH EXPiiKRS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATT'HDAY, FEHIVlTAItY B, 1921. 3. ALItA ACSTiy, cut iinnoif. 5 V At her home, 3510 Kuqua Street, Sunday, Jan. 2ytfl., Miss Ldzzle Mae Fuqtut, Prof. Jahies Alexander, Mr. A. J. Williams, Mr. A. D. Stewart and a number of others to a lunch eon in honor of her cousin, Mrs. Lula M. Hickman of Denver, Colo., who has spent some time in the city and expecting to return to Denver at . once, having been called borne on account of sickness. Following was menu: CMcken and cranberries, mock quail, nut Balad, oyster verdl, a grattin potatoes, candied yams, fruit and nut cake. After luncheon the following program was rendered: Duct- piano and Cornet by Mrs. Gc- niima Alexander and I B. Fuqua; Solo, vocal Mrs. Cemimin A leVtinJrri ,Solo Cornet, "Lonely Without You That's All." by -I Ii. Fuqua. Mrs., Laura Woodard. 823 Allen street, Is improving after' two weeks illness. Mrs. Q. McMillan, 2720 Flora street, In sojourning in Hot Springs, Ark. Mr, Robert...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 February 1921

the dallas express. Dallas, tkxas, Saturday, February s, 1021. txgt. ram-:. DALLAS HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES. MID-WLNTER URABUATIXG EXER CISES HELD IN ACIMTOKllAl tn PYTHIAN TEMPLE. A Large Audience (JmtH Graduates of Kid-Winter Class Lust Monday Evi'iiliig. CLASS DAY EXEBCISES Held ut Bethel A. K. E. Church Fri- day Evening The 2Nth lluccaku reate Sermon Preuched by Dr. A. S. Juckson at New Hope Baptist Church. . (By N. W. Harllee.) The Uli-Winter graduating exer cises took place Monday evening In the Auditorium of the Pythian Temple in the presence of a large audience which expressed their hearty approval by applause. The music rendered by the High School Chorus lent an In spiration to the occasion both in melody and pathos. Every year, these musical features grow In ex cellency and skill as evinced in the training and the acquireneut of those taking part Tho orations delivered by the graduates were delivered without fault, but with unusual clear ness and force. The sentences -were we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 February 1921

THB DAIX iS EXTRKSH, DAIXAS, TKXAS, BATTRDAY, FKBRtTAKY S, 1021. THE DALLAS EXl'KUv or It 'X - 3" MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning in the year at 2600 Swiss Avenue bv THE DALLAS KVI'KKSS IM, BI.1S1I1 ciiii'Ay. , (Incorporated) Dallas. Tsxas. , Km lurk outer. Front and Frost VI N. 2 Street. Chirnico UUiee, Front and Front, Iloy co HullillnK. Atlnntn office. Front and Front, Can dler llllllllllW- Nanhvlllr Ofllre Front and Front, In dependent l ite llillldlnu. SUBSCRIPTIONS IX ADVANCE. One Year . . $3.00 Six Months - 1-60 Three Months..,-..........- 1.00 Bingle Copy . .. .10 K(rTlCK TO THE PUBLIC. Any et "oneoua reflection upon the character, rtunding r reputation of any purson, firm or corporation which may appear In the column of Tha Dallas Express will be gladly cor rected upon It bung brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Pont Omca at Dalle 9, Texas, as second-clas matter, under Act of Congrefis, March 187'J. IMPORTANT. No ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 February 1921

TUB PAIXAS EXPRESS, PALMS, TEXAS, SATCTUMY, FEmtUARY B, 1021. SOME TEXAS TOWNS A. A A A A A. A A A Wichita Falls, Feb. 8. Sunday was another one of those Ideal church going days, and good services were reported from all churches. Rev. R. Wells, P. E. of the -Quannah Dis trict worshpped at Anderson Chapel. Rev. Curry preached at St. John Baptist Church. Miss Myrtle 'John son spent Sunday in Henrietta. Prot H. D. Robinson spent the week-end In Abilene.- Rev. 10. D. Bonner of Anderson Chapel A. M. E. Church has launched a 5,000 rally. Watch us raise it. The U. and I. Club en tertained Jast Thursday evening as the home oi' Mr. J. Norwood on Pecan street. Floyd Ray, who is charged with an attempt of criminal assault on a 13 year-old white girl was sen tenced to bang here last week in the District court. Young Ray is now about the age he should be finishing a High School course, but ' instead he a criminal of the worst kind and sentenced to hang. We do not know the boy, but we feel that h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 February 1921

vv r .;; six. TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALIES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, J021. n 1! P h GRAHD CENTRAL THEATRE Matinee Every Day Starting 2:30 P. M.. Continued to 11:00 P. M. JOHN HARRIS, Owner and Manager ' mm J 7 ' 8 r EVERY SUNDAY . Phantom Foe" Featuring JAUXITA HANSON with WARNER CLAND EVERY SUNDAY, "TheKingof I lit vutiu u Featuring EDDIE POLO with CORINNE PORTER. EVERY MONDAY GeomeEShtz HMGERSi T'taj .l ; . EVERY THURSDAY "VEILED MYSTERY" Featuring ANTONIO MORENO with PAULINE CURLEY. 3 i 1 5 3 Anionio Moreno fe I y SPECIAL FEATURE ATTRACTION TUESDAY AKD WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8 AND 9 , V CORIXilE GRIFFITH in "THE BROADWAY BUBBLE" .A sensational story of a beautiful society woman's I stasre ambitions and her attempt to achieve fame in a U 5 theatrical career without her husband's knowledge. Start- m ling events tense situations. Corinne Griffith appears in j j a dual role, as a woman of wealth and her twm sister, N I wearing many wonderful gowns. A Adrpion: - Adults, 20c; Children, 15c ...

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