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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 March 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRKH3, DALLAS, TKXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1020. TACT SET?!. FORT UQRTI1, MiiiriuKe, Fartics und Deaths. Think as well as read, and when you read, yield not your minds to the passive impressions which others may make upon them. Hear what they have to say ; but examine it, weigh it, and judge for yourselves. This will enable you to make a right use of books to use fhem as help ers, not as guides to your understand ing, as consellors, not as directors of what you are to think and believe. Have you read the Dallas Express? It can be found on stand at Temple Drug Store. , The beautiful home of Miss Dor's Wooten, Girls' Work Secretary of the Y. W. C. A., was the scene of a linen shower in honor of Miss Ellie Mae Roquemore. The house was beautifully decorated in rose pedal ideas and souvenirs of iw'n ature parasoles were given each guest. Many guests were present and many beautiful and valuable pres ents were presented to the bride elect Brick ice cream and assorted cake was s...

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. — 12 March 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAItCH 12, 1980. AGB EIC1HT i i. . 1V v - ; l i : 1 ) 'i YEVETEROWNPREPAR ARATIONS For SKIN and HAIR are the re ft sun or. yean or. t-xperiment and study by me. The fact that I am a graduate In Medicine and Dentistry ii a O UARANTEE that the best drugs, properly combined, are ued in my prep arations. In less than a year on the mar ket these goods have followed this Express ad Into thousands of homes and made good. THE CREAM poaltlTely BLEACHES; removes every blem ish, holds any powder perfectly HI day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. Hair ruined bf nature or harm ful preparation responds readily to my GHOWKR. Th PKKHHINO OIL gives a fine K0a and Ii nearly smokeless. IJBM these preparations and you will catrh thin smile. Velvet llrowa Face Cream . $1.10 Velvet Itrewo Hair Orower At YeWet Iirowa musing Oil J12 Velvet llroiro Temple Grower .26 Agents wanted. Liberal eomn.ls tian. .Information given and or ders filled by...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 March 1921

2 t GGQD'JIfl UESiHJAff , , , , . ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE n . MIS Founded by w. e. King, jhe Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. PEB annum $a.oo. VOL. XXV11I, NO. 2L , THIS DALLAS EXllK.SS.I)AI.LAS, J KXAS, SATCKDAV, MAIICH 19, 1021. J MUCH TEJi CENTS. MEMBER OF SOCIETY OF FRIENDS PLEADS FOR PEACEFUL PROTEST OF WRONGS BY NEGROES. Says Record of Fifty Years Achievement is Without Par allel in History and a Cheer ful Attempt at Solution of Problems is Preferable All Others. to By WILLIAM C. ALLEN. The writer la a member of the So ciety of Friends, or Quaker, who be fore the abolition of slavery In the British Empire and the United State. were well known as earnest workers on Denair or the freedom of the Negro race. Often has our denomination In bygone days suffered contempt and loss of property because we tried to help you. Now, as a Friend. I want to help you. You have difficulties to en counter...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 March 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TKXAS, SATVRPAY. MARCH 19. 1021. T'.ZT. TWO. . .5 ' 1 a A- Some Texas Towns W. H. Johnson, pastor, or me wuue Baptist Church talked to us. Rev. V. G. Upshaw then preached a won derful sermon. We are bringing things to pass through Him' that loves us. Rev. T. C. Nlckieberry .Is president and Mr. 3. W. Hmuh, mat ter of ceremonies. The Eastern Stars will carry Palm Sunday at St. Paul Baptist Church Sunday, March 20th. Rev. A. J. Johnson 01 Mineral Wells arm nreach the sermon.. Mrs. K. Desshorn, W. M. of the Eastern Stars, j See Rev. T. C Nlcklcbenfy, who Is agent for the Dallas Express for news. Terrell, 1 March 17. Despite the threaten' n weather Bethlehem was i crowded Sunday. The revlva) at our chinch is meeting with stiirttual suc cess. Several have been added to the church. Rev. T. W. Dally preach ed two soul stirring sermons Sunday. The Holy Spirit seemed to rulo in our hearts. When 4n our town, don't fall to visit our church. Gardens are looking fine....

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 March 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 1ft, 1921. PA Oil nmKK PROF. M. M. RODCERS FILES SUIT TO RECOVER FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS. Grand Lodge K. of P. and Grand Chancellor Are Named as Defendants. Prof. M. .M. Rodgers, ex-Grand Keeper of Records and Seal and Secretary of Endowment Board, Grand Lodge Colored Knights of Pythias, Jurisdiction of Texas, has filed suit for the recovery of four (4,000) dollars demanded of him. by the Grand Lodge Knights of Py thias and Its Grand Chancellor, W. S. Willis. The suit In question grew out of an auditor's report of the books, held by Mr. Rodgers in September, 1919 in which accord, ing to the report a deficiency of $4,000 was found, afterwhich the following edict was manifested by the Grand Lodge. "We have reached the conclu sion, after a thorough Investigation of all of the available records of the Grand Lodge, that M. M. Rod gers, Keeper of Records and Seal, was indebted to' the Grand Lodge on September 30, 1919, in the sum of $4,035....

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 March 1921

THR DALLAS EXMIKSS, PALLAS. TKXAS. SATVRD.IY, MARCH 19, 1021. pagb porn THE DALLAS EXPRESS. MtrTBEH nrsr in LftVlCC - MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornln., in the year at 2'.U Swiss Avenue ' bv THE DALLAS EVPHEH rfDLlSIHXU CO Ml-AM'. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. Km York OHlw, Frost" Froat 12 N. 281k Street. ChiraKo t.Hlce, Fraat mm4 Front, Boy- M lll.lldll.B. Atlanta Offlee. Fraat a Frosty Caa 4lrr liuililtntf. Kashvllle Office Ft 4 Fraat, la dracBdi.'Mt Ll Bulldina;. 8CBSCBIPTI05S 15 ADYASCE. One Year .. $3.00 Six Months 1-60 Three Months 1.00 Single Copy .10 NOTICES TO THE) PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of Ths Dallas Express will be gladly cor rected uij.iu Its being brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Post Office at Dallas, Texas, as second-clns matter, under Act o' Conarreiis. March 1873. IMPORTANT. No subcnpti...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 March 1921

THE PALLAS KATRKS&. PAMPAS, TK.XS, SVTVHPAT, MA ItCH 1, 1921. I'agk rim SOME I TEXAS t TOWNS Alliens, .March 17 Rev. S. S. Stev ens ex-pastor of Mt. Providence Bpa tist Church was iu the city Sunday. Rev. C. H. Pu?h of the A. M. E. Church delivered a noble sermon Sunday morning with his Junior choir, .Mr. Sam I,'vis president, and Mr. Uuira II. Miller, p'anist, san praises from their very souls. Each one was made to rejoice in the sal vation of their souls. At nteht. in spite of inclement; weather, Rev. Robinson tilled the pulpit for Rev. Pufih. The services were a"l80 graded with the presence of Rev. (Prof.) Peels'. .Mrs. Lizzie Ray of the A. M. E. Church reported $78-52 from the Vanguard book; also the Missionary sisters of the church, with Mrs.' Lucy B. Richardson as president, had their annual sermon preached Sunday ev ening by Rev. C. H. Push, the pastor, The Baptist sisters participated w!th them. Collection $8.58. 'They also stormed Mrs. Lizzie Pulllns last week who 'a Bi...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 March 1921

-rv V."' rsuK jilt. THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS,' TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 10. 1021. MRS. L. A. BRADLEY. I CLASSIFIED ADS." CLASSIFIED. ADS. M - an j 1 rnTB j Matinee Every Day Starting 2:30 P. M., Continued to 11:00 P. M. JOHN HARRIS, Owner and Manager 1 ii i . . i y.J i - -v. 1 : EVERY SUNDAY "Fighting Fate" Featuring WILLIAM DUNCAN EDITH JOHNSON EVERY SUNDAY, "The King of The Circus" Featuring EDDIE POLO with CORINNE PORTER. Tli tVtKT MUNUAI V:, "THE PURPLE RIDERS" i Featuring If' I V lixn m.i ixaaatr I 1 WITH ELINOR MELDS JKLAR & WINTERMAN, , DAMlA LARGEST jf.wel- ERS AKD BROKERS 212 ELM ST, Licenced Pawnbrokers DO you know that Klar & Winter man enn' save you from 25 to 60 per cent on unclaimed dl monds, watches and other Jewelry? YOU have our wrltten.blndlng, monej back guarantee with every pur chase, and . can depend on our goods to be Just as represented. 17 year of honest business dealing In Dallas sjand back overy transaction. If you NEED Mrs. T. H. Miles' nf riiicnir...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 March 1921

THE DALLAS RXTRESS, DALLAS, TKXAS. SATIUPAV. MARCH 10. 1121. PACE SEVES. FORT I'JORTIi. SOCIAL EVENTS OF WEEK ABE .MAXY. Fort Worth, Texas, March 17, 1921. It is wholesome and bracing for the mind to have its faculties kept on the stretch. It dt like the effect of a walk In Fort Worth, upon the body. Reading an essay of liacon's for instance, or a chapter of Aris totle, or of Butler, if It be well and thoughtfully read, is much like climu lijig up a bill and may do one the Burnt sort of good. Set the tortoise to run against the hare, and even it he does not evertake it, he will do more than ever he did previously more than he would ever have thought himserf capable of doing. Set the hare to run with the tortoise, he falls aslcsp. Get the habit of reading. After spending six weeks of pleas ure In Southern Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hall, Louisiana avenue, returned to the -city Friday morning-aad re ports a pleasant trip. Mr. and Mrs. Hall, en route stoppod at different points in Loui...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 March 1921

fMGB EIGHT THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, 8ATVKPAY, MARCH 10, 1921, VELVET BROWN PREPAR ARATIONS For SKIN and - HAIR are the re sult of years, of experiment and study by me. , The fact that I am a graduate lu Medicine and Dentistry is a O li A It A NT EE that' the bent drugs, properly combined, are sued 4n ray prop- aratlons- la 1!Hh than a year on the mar ket these goods bave followed tuts Express : ad into thousands of homes and made good. THE , CREAM positively PLEACHES; removes every blem ish, holds any powder perfectly ail day and keeps the sklu soft and tender as a sprlnn violet. 4tair rulnvd by nature or harm ful preparations responds readily to my GHOWKK. The PKESHLNO Git, Blves a fine lo and l nearly smokeless. UiiG then preparation and you wl'l catoh thla aimle. Veltft Brown Face Oram $1.10 TeUet Ilrown Hair kroner Jli Velvet Urown l'reHlnT Oil M Velvet Ilrowit Temple (irower .20 Agents wanted. Liberal comn.ls Mon. Information given and or ders filled by DR. FRANK J. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 March 1921

Week April 3rd to lOfli- ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE MM A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE Founded by W. E. King The Republican Parly is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea.". Fred Douglas. PER ANNUM 98.00. (TJlAAVlII, NO. 23. THE DALLAS EXl'KESS, DALLAS, TUX AS, SATURDAY, SLUICH 20, 1021. PRICE TEN CENTS. ObservsHMtional Negro H ealth n GAR HATIOHAL HO BUSINESS IEA1 IIISTITUTES H Al C0II1IICII PROGRAM. Program if Followed and Supported Will Promote Bigger ,and Better Business Pro jects and Guarantee the Necessary Publicity, ' The National Negro Business League which was organized in 1900 for the purpose of promoting; the commercial and financial development of the Ne gro, announce certain definite propo sitions which it hopes to institute In its endeavor to function in a more practicable way than ever before. The President and the Secretary have submitted programs and sug gestions to Negro business men and ford Service In certain definite di rections to Negro busines...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 March 1921

ft Jf r .,-..,.MLi-.jH.L PACK TWO. THE PALLAS EXPKEfifl, DALLAS, TEXAS, BATtTtPAY." MABC1I 26, 1021. i'i )IOW!tll I'XIVKIIHTV ItKCFIVKH (.HDVII.V 1 III AM O AI'VHO ritlVIIO.N" KIIHOM.OI 9 rl'Hl.l- VI'IO.V OllllOT KIt. Ill IKiKT A.MOt'Vl'ti TO n7:t.NS4(.OU. WBdlilnirton. D. C March 2. Hnw 'ard I 'nivvrNii y, after receiving last ytr (i!20-X!iUl) an Increase In Con Krcanlonal appropriation nearly as larKO fm the whole amount rooplveii for all purposes the year J91IUMt20 and for af-veral yours previously, has tin year (tH2I-lH22) received at the hnnds of the Congress whir-h haa Just mUourned a total appropriation of 2xi).0ii0 an Increase over the appro priation of 24.'l.0iil for the year j:)2il-l21 of 137,000. Of thin appro proprintion to $210.00(1 for the year Jil-1M!!2I1 tll,0U0 will go toward additions to the Home Koonomloa liulidlnit for which Iftii.OOO were ap propriated last year, thereby provid ing for the I'nlvernlty a Homo Eco nomics HulldliiK. to Include Dlnlnic Hulls and kit...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 March 1921

THB DAIXAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATCRDAr. MARCH 26, 1021. PAGE THKEK. Some Texas t ;. Harlln, March 24. Sunday was a busy day for the Master. The various churches were at work. Rev. W. B. Fleming," pastor of First Bap tist preached two able sermons morn ing and night. Both sermons were masterpieces. A shower was given in honor oC Dr JL A. Hunter at the home of Prof. P. A-Stamps. A three course luncheon was served during which towels, rugs, soap and brushes rained down for his new bath house on Island street. At the M. E. church 'in the Brotherhood, President Bryan and Secretary V. M. Ellas were at their posts with Dr. Mooney leading. Subject: "Judge ye Not." Subject for next Sunday, ".Follow Jesus." Mr. Wiley' hang made a business trip to Mart. Mrs. Mable Gambles of Cooledge was here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Webb of Topeka, Kans., are visiting his moth er. Miss Mariah Wadley, Mrs. W. S. Jones on Durr street has returned from Velaskey where she had gone to witness the death o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 March 1921

J'.- THH DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS. SATl'RDAT, MARCH 2fl, 1021. PAGB POfR T!IE DALLAS EXPRESS, ttpst w xiivics Member national negro pres association. Published every Saturday mornln. In tba year at 2C00 Swiss Avenu bv THE DALLAS KJPBKM rCDLISHINO COMPANY. (Incorporated) ' Dallas. Texas. New York OHlce, Frost aad Frost 12 N. Street. Chlraaa OOlce, Front n Front, Boy eo HuiidiBK. Atlanta OHIec, Fret mm Frost, Caa lrr Hulldlnar. ' . Nashville office Frost aad Froat, la 4iraiHlral Llfa HulMina. 8UBSCKIPTI0N5 IX ADYAKCE. One Tear. . $3.00 Six Months. 1.60 Three Months - 1.00 Single Copy - .10 NOTICE TO TUB FVBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of Th Pallas Express will be gladly cor rected upou Its being brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Pott Office at Dallas, Texas, as second-das matter, under Act o Congress. March 1873. IMPORTANT. . No subcriptions mailed for ...

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. — 26 March 1921

THB DALLAS KXPKKSS, DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, MAItCH 26, 1021. FAGK VtVK rf TTTTTTTTTT'fTTi SOME TEXAS Calvert, March 24. Mr. Steve Jeff erson, an old citizen of Calvert died on the Talbert farm, seven miles N. AV. of Calvert Sunday and was laid to rest 4n the Baptist Ridge Cemetery Monday. He leaves a Vife, four daughters and one son and several grand children. Mr. Sam Whitfield and wife spent Sunday in the city, the guest of Mrs. S. J. Woodson and daughter. Miss R. IS. Woodson, thc-'ir teacher at Washington Chappcl, near Branchville. Mr. Arthur Brooks of Palestine spent a few days in the city, the guest of relatives. Mr. Geo. T. Henry of Austin, Mrs. Jennie Stephenson of Fort Worth and Mr. S. Henry of Dallas spent a few days in the city at the bedside of their relative, Mr. P. V. Henry. Mr. M. S. White and Mr. G. W. Lyle of Wooten Wells were here Saturday to Bee Prof. A. H. M'ims. They had.a public installation during the night.' The following are still 411 : Mr. R. Oder eon, Jas. ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 March 1921

THB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, AAHTRDAY, MARCH 2fl, 1021. .bl. ;.. lir. .V;, . ' : P :) nfi . t r- 4 ... 7 )! j f - M: X I - r I Matinee Every Day Starting 2:30 P. M., Continued to 11:00 P. M. M JOHN HARRIS, Owner and Manager fj EVERT SUNDAY "Fighting Fate" Featuring WILLIAM DUNCAN - v"2i with EDITH JOHNSON ; EVERY SUNDAY, "The King of The Circus" Featuring EDDIE POLO with CORINNE PORTER. . EVERY MONDAY 1 "THE PURPLE RIDERS" i featuring !'v -'-v"'-;,v' r V 1 k-rrr- WITH ELISOR FIELDS EVERY MONDAY IN A TWO REEL WESTERN EACH OE A FEATURE Special Feature Attraction TUES. AND WED., MARCH 29 AND 30, 1921. .. ANTONIO MORENO in ' "777 THREp SEVENS" . A five-reel production, of more than usual merit. It Is a study of conditions that exhit today. U Is played by a cast . ; of players of national repute. , It has one of the most popu lar male stars of the screen and was directed by a man known as the producers of real film. .'THREE SEVENS" Is replete with thrills, daring feats, spectacular...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 March 1921

THE DAIXA3 U.rnESS,nAIXA8, TKXAS, SATIRTIAY, MARCH 2fl, 1021. PArtF SETtS. 1 FOOT WORTH. Fort Worth, Texas, March 24. Bishop Johnson visits city. Parties and other entertainments. For general improvement, a man should read whatever his Immed iate inclination prompts him to; though if he has science to learn, he must regularly and resolutely advance. What we read with incli nation makes a stronger impression. If we read without inclination, half the mind is employed in fixing the attention, so there is but half to be employed on what we read. If a man begins to read in the middle of a book and feelB an inclination to go on, let hint not quit it to go to the beginning. He may perhaps not feel again the inclination. Read! Think! Act! Rev. W. C. Jones, formally of this city, but now pastoring Mt. Cal vary Baptist Church of Paris, Texas, 1b visiting friends In the city and 'can be' seen shaking hands with old friends on 9th Street. We wel come Rev. Jones to aur city again. Mr. J. Brown o...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 March 1921

IPAGa EIGHT TUB DAM, AS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATTMPAY, MARCH 20, 1921. L4 ... J . VILVET BROWN PREPAR ATIONS ' for SKIN and HAIR are the re uit of years of experiment and study by me. The fact that I am a graduate In M I I cine and ty Is a N TEE , Toperly d, are , prep- i an a year on the mar , pods have followed tbla -ad into tho'iB.indu of I id made good, j . 'CREAM positively I aHE8; removes every bleni fca . holds any powder perfectly If day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. Malr ruined by nature or harm ful preparation respond readily to my GKOWKR. Tha PRKSH1NO OIL give, a fine gloee and la nearly amokeleaa. theae preparation and you wi:i cat h thla ainlle. Velvet hrown Face Cream $1.10 Telvet Itrown Hair Grower At Telvet Itrown ITtMlnir Oil J12 Telvet Itrown Temple Grower ,2ft Agents wanted. Liberal eomn.ls ion. Information given and or ders filled by DI FRANK J. HAWKINS, jr. n i). d. s. SUITE 102 l'VTHIA TEMPLE, DALLAS, TEXAS. luttt one of the fanrly. ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 April 1921

Observe National Negro ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded- by w. e. King Tht Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. '. per annum $3.00. VOIXXVHl, XO. ttfl. THK 1) WXAS EXI KKSS, DAIXaSTtkXAS, SATURDAY, APIUL 2, 1021. PRIOa TElTcENTal Dr. W. 'A. C. Hughes to Head New Bureau Created by Church to Have Complete Control and Charge of All Negro Activities of The Denomination in The United States. Establishment of a Bureau of Negro Work with a Negro Executive Secre tary, who will have complete charge of all interests and activities of Ne gro members of the Methodist Episco pal Church, has been effected by the Hoard of Home Missions and Church Extension of that denomination, ac cording to Information reaching here today. The Reverend Mr. W. A. C. Hughes, D. D., formerly Area Secre tary of New Orleans has been elect ed to head the Bureau. He will have supervision over all the Negro Con ferences of the Church and interpret the peculiar problems and ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 April 1921

Dnllns J. ALBA Al'STIX, Mrs. E. C. Lewis, after spending three months In the city returned to her home in Omaha, Nebraska. Mrs. Isaac McGrlff and Miss B Johnson will leave for Corsicana Sunday, where they will spend a week vslting relatives and friends. Mrs. Mary Johnson, 2820 Main Street has returned from Forney where she visited the sick daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emma Chritslan. Don't forget the number where you will get your money's worth, 3306 Ross Avenue. Next Tuesday Is election day avail yourself voters of the oppor- Cornelous, preldent, Jio.uu, mi. tunity. iMoriah, Rev. I. R. Richardson, pas- Mra. E. J. Burson, 3713 Mun- tor $50.00. or .von., ,,.rn.rf MnnH.v! Friendship. Rev. F. K. White, wpfk from' Turin where she went' to attend the funeral of her nelce, David Griffls. Mrs. L. G. Plnkston, wife of Dr. L. O. Plnkston of Terrell, spent the week with her sister, Mrs. Tom Chambers, 3614 Roseland and re turned home last Thursday. Go to the polls men and vote next Tues day is ele...

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