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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 June 1921

I THK PALLAS EXrRKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY. JUXK 2.5. 1021. PACE 8F.VK5. i PERSONAL 3IKNT10X. Mrs. Mary Hill of Tulsa, Oklahoma, is in the city visiting relatives and her uunt, Mrs. Ellen Pope, 1016 Al len street. Mr. Sherman Hill is in the cUy visiting relatives and friends. He is i loin Tulsa, Olkahoma. . Mr. A. W. Green and Mrs- Mattio Bell Howard, 409 College Avenue, were quietly married Wednesday ev ening June 8th, at 8.30 P. m. Anmrillo, June 23. The Masonics' annual sermon was preached on the l!)th by Rev. A. G. Menogan, rfastoi of the Baptist church. Those pres old were: Bros. Sam James, R. L. Castle, A Darr, L, Dalton, W. E. Munchus, Edd Lee, 0. L. Hawkins, P. Shorten, L. Whitlow, G. Gipson, M- Jefferson, P. Smiley, M. McKinney, E; ford, R. Driscoe, P. Davis, C. A. Arnold, S. Goodwin, J. S. Stokes, D. Ramsey, t5ol Owens. Henry Wil liams, and Will Henry. Collection $30.54. W. S. Willis, G C. of Grand Lodge Colored KuH-hts of Pythias was in town Wednesday. Mrs. J. ,M. Dona...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 June 1921

'. f 1 ' , THK D.UJ-AS EXJTtKSS, DAM-AS. TEXAS, SATCRP.AY, JUXE S3. 1921. mob mnHT I!-" i. 4' j Si VELVET BROWN PREPAR ARATIONS For SKIN ' and ' HAIR are the re mit of years of experiment and study by me. The fact'tbat I am graduate in Medicine and Dentistry Is a GUARANTEE that the best drugs, properly combined, are sued in my prep arations. ' In leas than a year on the mar ket these goods have followed this Express . ad Into thousands of homed and marie good. THE CREAM positively BLEACHES; removes every blem ish, holds any powder perfectly all day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. Hair r. Ined by nature or harm ful preparations rpond readily to my UUOWKIt. The PKEHSINQ OIL, g-lvea a fine gio and la Dearly smokeless. VHK these preparations ana you will catnh this snillo. Velvet Ilrown Fare Cream 11.10 Velvet Ilrown Hair Grower J12 Velvet Hrown rresslnir OH J"2 Velvet Ilrown Temple Grower .2C Agents wanted. Liberal oomn.ls ton. Information given and or ders fille...

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

m ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE I Founded by W. E. King The Republican Parly Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred sDouglns PER ANNUM 98.00 vol. xxviirNoTattT"- Tm '" Kxrituss. Dallas, tk.vas, satlkuav, jixy a, mi. .-rice tex cents. rV'V' ' a- P v Latest Census Release Shows Negro Popu lation to be 10,463,013 With a Rate of In crease of 6.5 During Past 10 Years. Death Rate Shows Only Slight Decrease. Wasnington, D. C, June 30. The Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce, has issued a preliminary statement giving; the composition of the population of the United States according" to color or race, as shown .by the census taken as of Junuary 1. 1920. Distribution by Color or Knee. The total population of the United States, 105,710,620. comprises 94,822,431 white persons. 10.463,013 Negroes, 242, 959 Indians. 111.025 Japanese, 61,686 Chinese. 5.603 Filipinos. 2,505 Hindus, 1 230 Koreans, and 147 others (Siamese Hawallns, Malay...

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

PACK TWO. v y ATTEND!! ATTEND!! p THE 15TH ANNUAL SESSION OF THE TEXAS i NEGRO BUSINESS LEAGUE to be held at ft ST. JAMES A. M. E. CHURCH MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JULY 4, 5. u Come and receive inspiration and information troia men who know. Noted speakers from all over the State will speak. All phase of business will be n a? discussed. A I The public Is welcome! Local itnne M. 8. STEPHENS, President; W. H. HOLLO WAY, Secy.; p u ''ms':iG4Ut'&&2$L MT. ZION BAPTIST CJILUCK Moll Street. Sunday School on time at 9:30 a. bi. General review for the quarter past y Pastor, Rev. Fletcher. The school was much enthused with the review. Each teacher spoke of how they are dctenjiineu to pies forward witu the S. S. work At 11 p. nt. the pastor delivered a burning message, from text Matt 22:17. The morning services were enjoyed by all present. At 5 P- m. the B. Y. I. U- met at the call of the president, and we had' a lovely meeting. Come and be with us In these meetln;s. At 8 p. m. Sister Jacksc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 July 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DAIXAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUTjY 2, 1021. segisenE m, M. M: St : m ill AI1D SAVE f.jQIIEV UNTIL SEPTEMBER 1, 1921, ANY ONE MAY TAKE OUT A YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION TO THE DALLAS EXPRESS FOR ufmm Russia llllll llllll www linii STATE BUSINESS LEAGUE WILL OPEN MONDAY AT ST. JAMES. Members of the local business men's league are putting the finish ing touches to their arrangement for entertaining the State League which will open its 15th annual session at St. James A. M. E. church Monday morning. Business men from all parts of the state will be present. According to advices received from the State president, Mr. H. L. Price, plans will be laid for the establishment of a Guaranty Fund Bank by race men. An elaborate program has been arranged by the local league In which all lines of business operated by members of our race will be represented. In addition to this the following program will be followed. Opening Session, 0 a. m. The Principles Underlying Fi nancial Success, Price...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 July 1921

TIIE DALLAS EXPKi:: EBVlCi MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Putllshed every Saturday rnnrnln. In the year at iUDO iSniss Avenue bv THE DALLAS F.VI'IIK: r !MI'AV. (Incorporated) Fmllas. Texas. Krw York Olllrp, 1 roc and Frol 12 X. SHI la Street. thlenn Oflice, Fran! and Frot, llor ee Hi.ll.li'.-. Atlunln Office, Frott nmd Frol, Can dler linlliliim. Kanhvllle Oflice Front and Fro.t, In. Scpratlral Lite llullillntc. scHscitiPTio.vs is apyasce. One Year $3.00 Six Months 1.60 Three Month . 1.00 Single Copy .10 KOTICK TO TIIK ITIILIC. Any erroneous reflection upon th character. Handing reputation of uy person, nnn or corporation which may appear In tl-o column of Tht pallas Express will be Kindly cor rected upou In being brought to th attention of the publishers. Kntered at Pont Office at Dallas, Texas. aw seeond-clas. matter, undei Act r Conarera. March 1879. IMI'OHTAXT. ' No itibcriptions mailed for a period le than three months. I'ayinent for ame muat b tl.tS. THE DALLAS EXTKE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 July 1921

THF PALLAS EXPRESS. DAI.I.AS. TEXAS. SATVI1P AY. ,HLY 2. 1921 PAGE F1VB TEXAS TOWNS. .Ia ksonville, June 30. The Dal. his Express on sale every Saturday at Sanders and Tennerson's barber, shop. Sunday School , was well at tended at all the churches. Mr. Jim Uagsdale, a respected citizen of this community was drowned Saturday, while attempting to cross Ciumm Creek, tthree miles from the city. He was riding a mule, just after a big ruin, in trying to ctokb a bridge where the wrater was above the stir, face, a big drift was coming down stream which frightened the ani mal, causing it to go off in the stream with the ccupant. Two white boys reclaimed the body from .the water. Funeral services were held at the Hagsdalo cemetery Sun flay evening in charge of the Rags, dale Undertaking Co., Rev. J. H. Collins, conducted the funeral, which was laid to rest with Masonic hon. ors. Miss Gladys Shanks returned to Waco after a two weeks' stay in the city. Miss Mable Sanders left Sunday for Ft. Wo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 July 1921

PACK SIX. THK PALMS EXI'RKS8. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATCRDAV, JULY 8, 1021 3 U ftv Base Ball And 3 Edited by J. DIAMOND BUGS ARE BATTLING HARD RACE GROWING, WAXING WARM GIANTS SPLIT EVEN HERE WITH OILERS AND BUFFS GOLIATHS TO P&Y WICHITA, JULY 4. ..LlZ JZTJL JTrt betwot.it Beaumont Oilers and Pallas Black Giants nrsl game was pw 4 in favor of Dallas. On Monday, the Oiler defeated the Giants in an 8 to 2 contest. The Buffs blew In town Tuesday for a couple of battles with the Giants, the South Texas delegation ras an Insolent set having won their first tilt with the Giants in Tues. day's fracas by a score of 4 to 1, and the second day's contest resulted in a score of 5 to 2 In favor of the Giants. The Giants will play at Wlqhlta Falls in July and they will enter, tain the fans of that city on the 4th. In their at home engagement the clan of Whltaker grabbed two and passed two that Isn't bad after all, breaking even on a fifty-fifty basis. JWNGKK POWNH WILKY WILD CATS ItX HIILHt "J Twice...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 July 1921

THE DALLAS EXFRKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1021. kACE 8EYES. ii n n nil i ' U -I ' iwr .1 kp) ip t.n ii m .ni.i.-arii.uii.il tmmmm ) ni;.w)iw, wiumwiimi m.wm i in JIJFWJ i'Wn il 'SMm'J jfmfmmmHmnmmmumtmruw inn "' '! ' "' ""' 1 " I I0::'.::::I PKKSONALS. A. G. Williams who has bee con fined to bed about thirteen weeks at his home, 3028 Flora Street is much improved. Mrs. F. M. Brooks, 1105 Boll Street, visited Mrs. Horac Davis at Fort Worth this week. Mrs. Beulah Turner and daughter Ailean of 2911 Trinidad, and Little Ora Lee Jones will leave Sunday for a several weeks stay at Shrevcoort, Hattie Hamilton of Greenville, visited her daughter, Mrs. Maggie Brown of 2610 Wade street last week and returned to her home Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Caldwell of Kansas City, Mo., spent Thursday in the city guests of Mr. and Mrs. Josh S. Smith, 211V Caddo. They were en loute home- Mis.ses Ella Mae Smith and Allear. Turner, delegates to the District Con ference of the Colored Met...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 July 1921

THK DALLAS KXPUKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JtXY 2, 1921 VELVET BROWN PREPAR ATIONS For SKIN and'- HAIU are the re sult of years of experiment and Study by me. The fact that I am a graduate in Medicine and Dentistry is a O UAHANTEB that- tbe bent drugs, properly combined, are sued in my preparations- in lens tlian a year on tbe market- theHe goods bave followed this Express al into thout;".nd8 of homes and made good. THE CREAM positively 'BLEACHES; removes every blcm idh, holds any powder perfectly all day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. Hlr ruined by nature or harm ful preparation reuonrt readily to my aitOWEH. alio PBEHHINO OIL. gives a fina Kl0 and ' dearly smokeless. I .SK these preparation and you will cat. h this smile. Telvet Krown Face Cream 11.10 VelTet llrewn Hair (irower J2 Velvet Iirown rreHliiir Oil .&2 Velvet IlrowD Temple Grower .28 Agents wanted. Liberal comnJs lon. Information given and or ders filled bv DR. FRANK J. HAWKINS, w. i, ft. ft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 July 1921

(iOQD'.VIi: LI2HARIAK ;'.TI1I TiCZAS ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE' A MESSENGER OF HOPE Founded by w. e. King jhe Eepublican Parly Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sen." Fred Douglas. per anxcm $8.oo. voTrxxviiirNo. io " th iTm iXStTkx rukss, iiai.Las, TTTxTsViTuuTAii ,J tXY o, iosT piucb ten; cunts. 6 E"l 1 I I NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN FROM GEORGIA APPOINTED TO OFFICE OF DISTRICT RECORDER OF DEEDS. HAS BEEN STORM CENTER LICAN POLITICS SINCE PAIGN. Washington, July 7. Henry Lincoln Johnion. Republican National Com mitteeman from Georgia, was nomi nated by President Harding to be eK corder of Deeds for the District of Columbia. OppoHltion to his confirma tion hat already developed and It 1h being nald that none of the Southern Democratic Senators will vote for the nomination when it Is reported to the .Senate. Johnson had the same office under the Taft Administration. The Incum bent is John F. Costello. Democratic National Committeeman for the Dis trict of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 July 1921

:'v fc.f-Ou PAGE TWO. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1921. ' llAI'i:!. Att Il II VUtfftV VI'lrTI I T f'-; 1 v.j iC:C;:SK3 B. J-V 'i - - ?. feiiy Sill ii AND itiiiiiiiii li' V V Te funii nil! mm ttttt fmfnm UmAlim mmnm mm l TEXAS TOWNS Calvert, July 7. Airs. Annie Alayo of AV'aco, Alma Inez ueii and siBter, Ida Bell of Navasota, spent a few days in the city Uie guest of their relative, Air. and Airs. Dan Bowie. AJr. Jasper Dunlap and wife of Dun kins spent a few days In the city the guoBt of Air Dunlap's mother. Mrs. 171a Dunlaj da improving Blowly and we hope to see her much, im proved in the near future. The Trus tees of the city schools are now improving and beautifying the Col ored school bouse, by adding Beveral rooms. Calvert lioasts of having the finest school board. Air. B. A. Sapp spent Sunday in Lie city attending 8L Paul M. E. church. AIr8. Laura Gillnrd spent a few hours in Hcarne, visiting Air. Sam Gamble, who is very sick. Mr. J. E. Williams of Alt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 July 1921

V, Cik- Twrn- lime i ij 6 i'.- THR DALLAS KXPRKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATl'UDAV, JULY 0, 1921. PAGE THREE. 7 DKLUGATK WOUII) NULLIFY CIVIL ItOIIIIIOll AltltKSTr.D ItfcD 1IANDKO. UK. IITS 1111. 1,. I (A. N. P.) (By A. N. P.) I Now Orleans, l.a., July 7. After Chicago, July 7. The efforts of par- the robbery of the home of Mitchell tlHun delegates to the Contlstutloiial t'oriniido, 1721 St. Philip street, early convention which Is developing a I last Sunday morning, Willie JelTer new state constitution for Illinois, to son. Colored 1711 St. Anthony street, novs aiii(i:s ri.i) on muiidrii l MAiti.i:. (By A. N, P.) Columbus, Ga., July 7. Frank VII hlte, Milton Wllhite and a 12 year old brother. Colored, have bcrfn ar- j rested on charges of murder in con- I.VSlltAMU COMPANY HAS MILLION FOR Tl'LSA. HALF y0W I ijCjJX. Unbroken l'nllh Hionn In Kchiililll- laiwy j rvHmiu, i Tulsa, oUla., July 7. Rising up out of the ashes and the chaos of riot and disorder, that visited this city June ' 1. Is a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 July 1921

- -2 " ""' '' 1 THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DAIXAS, TEXAS, SATVHDAY, JULY 9, 1921. i S3. THE DALLAS EXPKKm. Bl first in MLMBtR MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRES8 . ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornln. In the year at 2600 Swiss Aveouo bv THE DALLAS K I'll KM rl'III.ISIIINU COW PA W. (lncorpeirated) Dallas. Texas. Hrw York oilier, I'rix anil From 12 N. Slh Street. Chlrnuo OtTlce, Front mad Fran), lloy ee Hulldliie. Allnatn Offlce, Frt and Proat, C Irr llulhlliw. Nashville Olflrr Frnt and Front, la aVpenrfrnt Life lliilltllna. siBSCKirrroxs w advance. One Year. Blx Months Three Months.. Single Copy .... $3.00 1.60 1.00 .10 NOTICK TO Till': PI II I.I C. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, (landing " reputation of any pe-rson, firm or corporation which may appear In the column of Tny Pallas Express will be gladly cor rected upou lt being brotiKht to the attention of the publisher. Kntered at Post Office at I)al!aa. Texas, -an second-class nintter. undei Act n' Cnnarress. March 1870. I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 July 1921

THE PAIJ.AS EXPRESS, DAM-AS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, ,HI,V 0, 1021. PAGE FTVTB TEXAS TOl'JNS. NlU'rnian, July 7. Rev. A. Thomas mid wile were' culled to bedside of Lor sister 'in t'onsicana. He-v. E. G. Duvis- )t Du,;;,;;,. E.puty Organizer of Golden Chain of the World, with headquarters in Dallas .is here in terested in the Older. Miss Hatlie Caraway of liimliani visited .Miss Tholma L. Dotiylitus- Mines. U K. Lawrence anil N. li. Johnson were elected dolomites from the recent session here in South Sherman C. M. K. eliurcli, where Dallas District Conference, C. .M. K. convened, to State meeting at Tyler, in Texas Col U'Ke. Mrs- l.ciias Jackson, formerly of San Antonio was recent Ij1 married to Mr. Jack Myers in Wichita Falls. Wis. Myers is domiciled at the hos telry of Airs. A. Delton here while her husband is manager of The Mine. Kailicy Stock Company. He is known as the world's greatest clog dancer. Mrs. Mollie McKeiuie ami Master "Spuds" Allen are sojourning in Los. Angeles, Calif- Mr....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 July 1921

PAGE SIX.' THB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATYTtDAY, JULY 9, 1921. Base Ball And y t Edited by J. SATURDAY MARKS OPENING OF CRAB ENGAGEMENT DOUBLE BILL SUNDAY; STEEL ARM" TO FACE LEFTY BELL ON MOUND. Just returning irom Wichita Falls, where they played five Barnes and winning four of them from the Spuddera, the hefty tribe of Giants blew In Wednesday morning looking fit as fiddle. Each member of the squad wore a smile of satisfaction on his face and was heard to remark that the Old Giant machine has at last rounded Into shape and can now be relied upon in the most crucial test. The pitchers are going great, In Bell, Baker, Mart'n and Daniels, Whitaker and Fryor have a quar. tot of hurlnrs that will compare fa vorably with any of the big time clubs. Baker and Martin are youngsters and were, stars on Col. lette t6ams before signing contracts to play their first professional en gagement with the Dallas Black Giants. Bell is a left bander and la called the second Dave Brown, I playe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 July 1921

THK DALLAS HXPRKSS, DALIES, TKXAS. SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1921. PAGK 8EVES. i$yvwi rtti . Hum . . . rssiit an tj 1 : lav.iwmtflMa Bar rvo. i rw iiwi". - i ' -mum plksomi.s. Mrs. Daisy B. Flora street, has McMillan, 2720 been confined to her bed for more account of illness.- than a week, on Messrs. W. C. Trice and B. F. Blaine, of Cuney, were pleasant cal. lers at the offices of the Dallas Express' this week. Mrs- Kiidtn Jones, wife of Win. Jones, 2&0!l Hallsville .street lias been spending several days in Chicago visiting her niece and other friends of that city. Mr. Floyd Ross, 3401 State street, is at home after spending a season in college. Mrs. 1. B. Bonner. 2304 Trinidad, believes in the oid adage that read ing is Knowledge, and that knowledge is power; so she is reading the Dal las Express- Mrs. Kclix Moore, 3401 State street, left Thursday for a six weeUs stay at Mineral Wells. She was accom panied by Mrs. Lizzie . Bailey, 211n lochr-in stieet .Mrs. Irene Hutitei of 2010 Leona...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 July 1921

1 , ? i n KifJHT THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TKXAS, BATntDAY, JULY 9, 1921. v,ri Si VEVET BROWN PREPAR- ARATIONS For SKIN and HAIR are the re sult of years ot experiment and study by me. The fact that I m a graduate in Medicine and Dentistry is a O U ARAN TEE that the best drugs, properly combined, are sued 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 positively BLEACHES; 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" rfxponrtu readily to my GROWER. The PRESSING OIL, gives a fine glo and Is nearly smokeless. I XJS these preparation and you will catch this unite. Velvet Jlrown Face Cream H.10 Velvet lirown llnlr Grower J,2 Velvet Itronn I'rcsNlnir Oil J12 Velvet lirown Temple Grower .20 Agents wanted. Liberal comnJH ion. Information given and or ders filled hy DR. FRANK J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 July 1921

asMrrJlsinMB'.''-V' ..! rl I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by w. e. King ' The Republican Party Is The. Ship, All Else Is Tbr Sea." Fred Douglas. .' pkr axxcm ta.oo. VOIi. XXVIH, NO. -U. ' THK DALLAS Kxf'KKSS, DALLAS,. TEXAS, SATimiMY, JULY 16, 1921. . ' FBICH TEN CENTS. L i HEADS OF ALL SCHOOLS OF CONNECT ION MEET IN CHICAGO WITH GENERAL SECRETARY A. S. JACKSON. LAY PLANS FOR MORE CONSTRUCTIVE ED UCATIONAL PROGRAM. (By S. L. Greene, Secretary) Little Rick, Ark., July 8, 1921. One of the meetings that Is destined to be of National Interest as well as connectional Is the annual meeting: of the Presidents of our connectlonal schools. The annual meeting? of this year was held In Chicago, Thursday, June 2:1, at the time of the recent session of the Bishops Council. The meeting was well attended by the presidents of the various schools and all parties in charge of the local arrangements were exceptionally cordial In making pleasant provisions for us; including the loc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 July 1921

PAGE TWO. THE DALLAS EXPKEHfl, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATCR0AT, JULY J, 1021, TEIiAS TOOiJ 'JVinplo, July 14. After an Illness illness lasting over two years, Mrs. Itossle Forster of South 15th treet, passed away last Monday noon' at her honiK. Funeral services were held from St. James M. E. church of which she was a member; Tier. M L. Wyal.t pnstor officiated. The de ceased is survived by a htisband five sons, two daughters, one bro. ther and other relatives. Her re mains were laid to rest In the New cemetery by K. L. C. Branford, un. dertaker. After battling ; for three weeks against typhoid malaria, Mas. ter Marcus Wright, residing with cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Rivers of South 9th street, departcirto the great unknow Wednesday, July 7t!. His remains were prepared for trans portation to Bollville, (where Inter. in en t was made) by E. L. C. Bran- ford, undertaker. Rev. Hardy Green of South 7th street, was awarded $1,000.00 by a Jury In the district court at Belton, last week, as a ro. ...

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