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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 August 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 37 1021. TAGE THREB niniiiitC!iiiuiiiiitauiiiiitiMrD MtttiiaiiiniiiuiiariiiiuutimiiiuiiinimuiiiJtiiiriaiJiiuiniimnitMiitniaiMiiiHriMaHiHiinitit. jiMiiiiiiiiiniiiiiinuiiaiii iiiiaiijiLniituaHiiiutiHicanmMnttiaMiuniiinoiMniMiiiiaiHMiiiuiiaiiiu'ui-ifaiMtiHniiiairiiiiiiiX.l i i Texas 5S 1 1 SB Tt.ti .mi uiuLLumiinimiiimiioiiuuiiimniiuMiiHintiM tmiiiiiimniiiiiiiiminiiMmiiiiiaiiiiuuii Jacksonville, Aug. 25. Rev. Smith held regular services at Visitors Chapel Sunday and there was a nice attendance. Rev. Mrs. Brewer of Sherman is conducting a revival which will continue about two weeks. The Sunday School picnic Friday, August 19, was enjoyed by all present and about $60.00 was realized. Jno. Lewis made a flying trip to Mar shall, visiting relatives and friends- Denton, Aug. 25 Mrs. A. E. WalK ar visited relatives In Fort Worth last week. Miss Vera Nichols of Lewisvllle spent the week end here as guest of Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Walker. Mr. W. ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 August 1921

Tim DA IX A 3 EXritESS, DALLAS, TKXAS, SATUUDAY, AUGUST 27 1921. THE DALLAS KMiii., TO MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornln. In the year at 260(1 8'vlss Antnue bv THE UALLAH KIHESN rl'lll-lflllJiU (Incorporated) Dallas. PTexan. 'Mew York OHlce, )'ri ana Kraal 12 N. Zin Htrrrt. Cblrnxo Ofllce, Frost an Front, 1)T r HiaiUiinii; Atlanta OHIer, Front and Froat, Can Irr Unllillii. Naahvlllr offlpr Fro li ad Froat, la-rprnl-n Life lliillillntf SCIlSfRIPTIONS Ilf ADTASCK. One Year L M.00 81 Months 1-50 Threa Months. 1.00 Single Copy .10 NOTICE TO THE I'lJIILIC. Any erroneous reflection upon th' character, standing reputation ol any person, Hrm nr. corporation which may appear In the columns of Tn Dallas Express will be Kladly cor reeled upoy lt being brought to th attention T I the publishers Entered at Post Office at Dallas Texas, a second-Hnss mntter, undei art tif Cnnarrens, March 1873. IMPORTANT. No stibcriptions mailed for a period less thnn three -...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 August 1921

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 August 1921

P.4f3K pre THR DA IX A B KX1HKH8, PALLAS. TEXAS, SATUItDAY, ACOU8T 27 J021 SUPREME LODGE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS I Towns, East Spencer, N. C, Ipreme assistant conductress; Rosie (By Chas. Steward) Topeka, Kan., Aug. 2B. Having Hlchardson Baltimore, Md., supreme IIjAIl fcAKu. conouered the east, the Knights of "era.u; r. rlncB' Pythias turned their attention to hera'. p.ThZ rTti I... i. iha i..niv.fiKt registrar Mrs. M. Fielding Cinnatl, Mennial 'convent.on of the Order In 0-. supreme protector; Corene Da- of each state, to the Associated Augusta.' There were tedegrams from pocially if ' the v lessons' which have Press the Negro press and spread John D. Rockefeller and Major C. C. P""" ' 'earned in the it years on, our Journal. . j Black former member of Congress T&7!?3 - " 'and the President of the Augusta standards. War time living costs com- PHITRPH TRFAQITOFR K Bar Association. Major Black gra- eled great wage advance, but the til UAH! lALAOUALA 10 douBly accented St invitation to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 August 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2T 1921. PARK SEVK1. yTg " '1' ! bTjvl' ij PERSONALS. "It Is better to be safe than sorry." Buy your wood and coal now. Dr. and Mrs. A. Q. Shirley and their little niece, Eitha Mue Mont Koniery ot ban Angeio, Texas, were visiting relatives In Dallas this week. Dr. Shirley returned home Wednes day. They were guests ot Mrs. Bet tie Shirley. 1825 Watkins street Mrs. Burney Evans, 2623 Trinidad street Is rejoicing over her recent trip to Jefferson and Shreveport, La. She visited friends and relatives in both places who royally entertained her. Mr. George P. Smith, formerly of Dallas but now of Chicago, 111., is in the city after an absence of sev eral years visiting his mother, Mrs. E. A. Reece, 915 Bogel street Order your winter fuel now. Don't delay, for delays are dangerous. Messrs. H. F- McCoy, A. Smith, C, P. Richardson and Sam Steven son, a quartette of Houston business men and base-ball enthusiasts were welcome guests in the big...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 August 1921

' , ti X'flf ' ft- . 'f """VU. i -f" JtMnriM i4t . ..-- .... - t m Klrt.!T THR DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TKXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27 1921. THE NATIONAL BUSINESS LEAGUE SESSION A HUGE SUCCESS. ' x 1 t ami)ifliMmofl6iim AMERICAN SHOWS PHENOMENAL GROWTH orts of the Officers nal Association at Its FIFTH QUADRENNIAL SESSION At Denver, Colo. Shows. Organization to be a Million Dollar Organization, and the Strongest ' Fraternal Among Negroes. Oq Monday, Aug. , 8th The Woodmen Special," over the Santa Fe Road, rolled Into Denver, Colo., bearing 600 delegates and members of the Uniform Rank Department of the American Woodmen, to at tend the Fifth Quadrennial Session of the Supreme Camp of the Amer ican Woodmen. The delegation in. duIod representatives from all over C. M. WHITE, Supreme Commander., the U. S., and from practically every local tamp of American Woodmen, , i f . The stage was sot for a big en. thuslanllo meeting, elaborate pre parations having been made by the Supreme Camp Officials...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 September 1921

.AUSTIS T-S.US ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE Founded by w. b. Kim , The Republican Parly 1$ The Ship, All Else Is The 8ea."Fred Douglas. per anxvu $8.00. VOL. XXVIII, NO. 47. THE DALLAS EXPKKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATUKDAY, BKITEMBKK 8, 1921. PR1CB TEH CENTS. VIRGINIA HIIAR! INSTITUTE DR DR. SCARBOROUGH Oil III 10 EUD DISCUSSES PROBLEM AND WILL ATTEND PAN AFRICAN CONFERENCE BE FORE GOING TO ECUMENI CAL CONFERENCE London, England. Sept. 1. "Force, in my view, never can advance the cause of the Colored people," said Dr. William Bandera Scarborough, for merly president of Wllberforce Uni versity, Wllberforce, Ohio, to me last Friday. Dr. Scarborough ha come to Eng land on several errands. He has lust , returned to London from Cambridge, where he attended a meeting; of the International Classical Association and impressive advocacy of the classics a educational media. Toward the end of this month he will attend the Pan-African Congress I...

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

1 i 7 I 1 PAGE VfrO. TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1921. wimiiiQiiiiimiiuonnmtiiiaiiiHiuuiioiiHiunuiaiMiMiiiiontmtn if TEYfle TArine II IS ILAfteJ I vtflilv wuu)siniiiDiuuiiwiiDmKiiiiuiomnmuiiDinmmjiioui!i;i"':4)in rario, Sept. 1. MIbs Catherine M. Campbell and Prof. B. K- Graham were united In marriage last Mon day evening at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. D. B. Campbell, on East Tudor street Miss Camp-lx-11, who was graduated from the college department of Fisk Univer sity in 191 S and Prof. Graham, from Atlanta University In 1914,- are both teachers In Gibbons' High School of this city. Rev. C. N. Hampton, Supt. . of State Missions for the Baptists of Texas, officiated and performed one of the most beautiful home weddings ever witnessed In Paris- Many beau tiful presents were sent by admiring friends. Miss Ophelia ward, Mr. Chas. Hampton; Mlus Alene Will lams, Prof, and Mrs. B. II. Graham attended the State Sunday School Convention last week In T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 September 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PAULAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27 1021. PAGH THKKM o HiiiuuDiunmiHiniiiniiHiiiaiwniai jiiiHiitiHimtiimiiiiiaiiiiiiiwiiauiiiiHiiiiaHiimniiiQnmHiintainnHiimauiiiiiiituamiiiiiiiiiaiiuimiinaiiiiiinHiiniiiiiiiMV 1 SI I 5 g 3 Mrs. Sam Burnette and Mr. Mayfleld of Corslcana; Rev. Simmons, Nacog- aocnes, miss u. vvuru, rans; jrroi. i j Sherman, Sept. 1. The marriage of Mr- Marshall Totten to Miss Tan daisy Dupree was consumated at the bride's home on Brockett by V&v. H- D. Allen. Both are prominent and popular young people. Mr. J. D. Goodson, our drugghrt, who has been confined to Ms room from a 1 Wlras, Denison, Rev. D. A. Butler, s I Terrell, Kev. iunrred or Houston, I I Is and Miss R. Alexander, Kilgore. The -ill delegates were well cared for and Sail the good people of Tyler opened their -iiiiiitiiaitr.iiiiiiiiaiiitiiiHtiiaiiMHiiiLiiaiHHiuiiuaiiniiiiMiiaiiiiuiiiinauiiiiiKiiiDtHi HiajiiuiiiitMoiiiiiiuiiiiatniniiuiir doors and every act of courtesy and LaJaiMUiini...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 September 1921

XI ' J" U&,i.in ...M' . M THK DAMiAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1021. PAGH POUR 1 THE DALLAS EXPRESS, nnr in 4i.il.VlC MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published overy Saturday mornln. la tho year at MOO Bwlss Avenue by TUB DALLAS KXPREM rUDLlSIUNU COMPANY. .' (Incorporated) Dallas. Texan. New York OKI re. Frost and Froal U N. Mih Mmt Chleaaro OOlra, Kraat and Frost, Day. a Hbitdlaic. AtlatCa Office, Freet and Frost, Can tier Hulldlnic. Hukrlllt Office Fraat aad Fraat, l teanal Life Uallolas. SUBSCRIPTIONS r5 ADTllTCE. On a Tear. IS. 00 Six Montbi , - 160 Three, Months..-. 1.00 Single Copy - .10 MUTICB TO TIIH I'l'BLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, Handing o reputation of any person. (Inn or corporation which nay appear In the columns of The Dallas . Express will be Kindly cor rected upou Its being brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Post Office at Dallas, Texas. , as second-class nutter, undei Act n Congress. March...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 September 1921

i isiiilaS THIS DALLAS RXIItESB, PAIXAB, TEC AS,1 BATTJkPAV.'' SEPTEMBER 8, 1981. FAGH VfVn EIGHT YEARS RUINOUS RULE OF PHILIPPINES COMES XO COM-ILUSION- Conditions In Inland. Morse Than Any Time Since United States Took Possession. Washington, D. C. Sept. 1. An ad dress of Bishop Charles Brant, ol the Episcopal dloces of Now York, be fore the International Political and Economic Institute at WilliamBtown, Mass., and a series of advertisements running in financial paper offering for sale Philippine Government bonds have a very intimate relation. Bishop Brent, for years bishop in the Philippines, have only recently returned to this country. In his ad dress before the Institute a few days ago he said, speaking of the Amer ican policy in those islands: "There are two criticisms to be made of the last administration in Washington. The first is, that where as all appointments to Philippines offices had formerly been made with' out regard to American politics, after 1913 the partisan line...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 September 1921

j.'V tar ' - r lVLGK- RPT THH PALLAS KXPKESS, MU.IS, TEXAS, BATTTtPAT, SEPTEMBER 8, 1021. Mi n ;,f if pi 11 1 3 '1 (0s BASE BALL AND OTHER SPORTS if IDITIO BT J. ALIA AUSTII T '1 3EA! FBIG9 BAfJTS DANIELS TWIRL IN GREAT FORM IN OPENER. RAIN IMRFERES. RICHARDSON TURN IN A WIN SUNDAY'S AFFAIR. REUBEN JONES IS HERO OF SERIES. GIANTS PLAY BUFFS ON LABOR DAY-HAMILTON MAY BE IN GAME."" The Beaumont series Is over and the venture is everything, but gratifying many fans accused of witnessing the fiasco are now attempt ing to provo an alibi. . There was only a spark of the old time pep that made the Oo. liatbs the most dangerous base ball machine In Texas. And this per formance was exhibited in Saturday's fracas when Big Fred Daniels came through true to form and prediction with a 4 to 0 win. i The elongated tv-rlor had everything opposing batters did not want In bis repertoire of curves. Rain prevented the big speed merchant from traveling the entire distance. The visitors couldn't see him ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 September 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1921. PAftE SEVEN. : , . r . '' PERSONALS. Buy your wood and coal today! Mrs- W. H. Pearson and Mrs. Celia Rainey have returned from the Na tional Convention of the Christian church held In Hawkins. Texas, last week. Mrs, Laura L. Hill, one of Tex arkana. Ark., teacher's returned home last Sunday after spending several weeks In the city attending the Sum mer Normal. She was stopping at the home of her sister, Mrs. Edwards, 2519 North Washington, Ave., while here. Don't wait until winter comes to buy that wood and coal. Do it now. Mrs. Dave "Wren of Little Gem Drug Store visited Fort Worth, Mon day. Misses Lucile and Louise Frank lin and Mrs- GuBsie King of Sher man have returned to their home after a two weeks stay with their sister, Mrs. Alberta Winchester, 921 West St. Louis Street, this week. Buy it now! Get it while getting Is good!! Your wood and coal!!! Mrs. John Parker, 3607 Thomas Avenue, entertained with a Cafe teria...

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

I '. . i V '' ' THE DAIXAS KXI'RKSS. DAIXA8, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1921 m urn WAHTEii M$! $ m aim i ' Ml? '"M ' ",- r--jt' "-r -.r 'c...i' ktpc. -ii; ac. -.wt. r. rnz. ph--i.": c;. c.3s-, , mm torn '-v-U I i 11 S1' ! mm V ; mm ? ( ft KJU U Mi l )4 h :i iif !ni ilk ,ilMI iii K ? i? mi rmmv ftftftfl FOR YOUR COHVEHIEHCE: II Q u Ln AGENTS AND SUBSCRIBER A Service You Need At The Price You Want To Pay. YOUR PAPER" WEE JA America's TTj)ALLAS HJs Most Distinctive "pXPRESS U-A Weekly BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 15 YEARLY SUBSCRIPTIONS, SIX MONTHS SUBSCRIPTIONS, THREE MONTHS SUBSCRIPTIONS, n r o RJ 11 Jl J f ORDER NOW We thank GOO every mining when we get up that we have something to do that must be done, whether we like it or not. Being forced to work,, and forced to do our best, will tieed in us temperence, self-control, defence, strength of will, content, and a hundred other virtues which the idle never know. DAL! EXPRESS PUB. CO., Dallas, Texas Gentlemen: Please send the Dallas Express ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 September 1921

.... .-J . " - J ' - 1 .W, rt?:j7 if . " "." IK' . ' . eras MV5 ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCnVE IN SERVICE Founded by w.' B. King. yfo Republican Party Is The Ship f All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. pek amxtm s.w. VOL. XXVIII, NO. 48. ' " THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. BATI HDAV, fElTK5tUEH 10, 1921. " ' . FIUCH TEN CKNTsT ST. JOSEPH MAN WILL LOOK AFTER IN TERESTS OF NEGRO REAU WHICH TAKES PLACE OF WAR RISK INSURANCE BUREAU. (Special to Express) Washington, D. C, Aug. 28, 1921. A recent enactment by the U, 8. Congress has abolished the Bureau of War Risk Insurance and In its stead has created the U. S, Veterans' Bureau which consolidates under one head all the powers hitherto vested In the Burea i of War Risk Insurance, Fed eral Board of Vocational Training- and U. 8. Public Health Service. The cre ation or the IT. 8. Veterans' Bureau Is the result of a bill (H. R. 6611) introduced by Hon. Burton E. Sweet, of Waverly, Iowa. Hon. Charles R. Forbes, of Seattle, Washington, was re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 September 1921

,Y '.if'" -v .-.it..-. ... i!.jjlir'a.m V ' ' TART! TWO. TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1921. r ,,.,,., .nnnin.niiirii.inmmrmmimnimifflmimir' imiMHiii'Wffltrwntifflin Lit ARE IT IX AND 11 C 3 3 II a K.i n wsm pa 30T mm in ii 2 11 S3 ? i ' .. , ,; , ' ." w ' A !t1f. 'j - . i ! " J i i J ! .i ! -. i i - ; i ' ( ? ; - ... , y i "' " 5 L J Mine. N. A. FRANKLIN-McCOY, founder and head of the N. A. Franklin System of Bunuty Culture and Manufacturing Company, who will personally Instruct those desiring to take the course. When You Have Your Beauty Work Done at MME. FRANKLIN'S BEAUTY PARLOR or by Franklin Operators with THE FRANKLIN PREPARATIONS It has been demonstrated in Thousands of Cities, Towns and Communities that the FAMOUS N. A. FRANKLIN SYSTEM of Beauty Culture is the best on the Market, and her HAIR and FACE PREPARATIONS Stand on their merit, with a national reputa tion. STRICTLY BUSINESS. " The Franklin parlors are operated strictly for business and no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 September 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1921. pagb thtu-th SiiimiwaimuiwiminiiuwiioiiiuiiMiiDiiitHiiiiiiaM jMiiiiuiiiiaiiiiiiuiiiiaiiiiiiiiitiiDiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiniiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiii . 3 g - t 1 1 flexes JFbwbs I ! 1 i b if a g iiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiniuiHiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiBiimiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiion .SaiimiiifiiiaiiiHitMiMaHiiiiiiiuiaiiHuiiiiiiaMHiii atMiiiuujioiMiitiiiinaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiMtjiiitiEaiiiiiiifiittxiiiiiitiiiiHiiiiitiiitiiKi MarHhull, Sept- 8. Mr. Charles Taylor, an old citizen of Marshall, lut later of the West, died at the borne of his old friends. He was the brother of Deacon Sam M. McClain of Bethesda Baptist Church. His Illness was of a long duration, having come home slek, died among his mends, laid to rest In the College Cemetery side by side with those he loved. A good man Is gene. Mrs. Sarah Thomas, an old citizen of Mar shall died In Louisiana, her present home, very sudd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 September 1921

TUB DALIES FXPRFAS, DALLAW, TKXAB. 8ATTRDAY, SrPTEMBEIt Ot 1921. THE DALLAS EXTRES8, FTPTT W MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRE38 ASSOCIATION. WE NEED SOME CHANGED IDEAS. Published every Saturday mornln. In tha year at 00 Swlii Avenua bv THE DALLAS mi'HKM rvniisHuva COMI'A.M', (Incorporated) Dalian. Texas. Hew Vark OOlee, Frast aad Frasl M N. Ml a Ktreet. Caleaxa OBIr, Kraat aaa Ffrnt. Bay M BuliillaK. Atlanta oaiec, Fraat a Ftwal Cmu rw llalldlnir. NakTllle ofltre Fraat aad Frawt, Ia iraeadeat Llfa Ballsing. SUBSCRIPTIONS 15 ADTAHCE. On Tear. 3.00 Bis Months 1.80 Three Months. 1.00 Single Copy .10 NOTJCK TO THH PUHLIO. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, (landing or reputation of any person, Ann or corporation wlilh may appear In the column of The Dallas Express will be Kladly cor rected upou Ita betcio- brought to the attention f the publishers. Entered at Post Offlre at Dallas, Texaa, as second-clas matter, undei Act o' Conaress. March 1879. IMPORTANT. No subcriptions mailed for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 September 1921

(.a,-. ' --. THE IW.MS EXrPKKft, DALLAS TKXAS, SATCTtDAY, STCPTEMBEU 10, 1921. iagk nvn WILLS MAY GET A CRACK AT DEMPSEY. going voyage. His Impressions con. firmed his imagination as to the fascination of the sea and he deter mined to take up the life perma nently. At the age of 15 he was doing a full seaman's duty and continued the work for several years. Being abroad at the outbreak of the Crimean SWiRO FI.KS CII008H C. K. WIH& CAN FROM SfciVKN ASPIIIAM'S. Will Auk Caagrrss Far Aatl-Lyach Law. OUR NEW HOME New York, Sept. 1. With no suitable antagonists seriously con, sldered for matches "with Jack1 Denipsey, champion heavyweight of I the world, there is talk of pitting I Porrir U7illo Iha Motrrn a a i n u f him' and those in favor of such a bout are hoping that Tex Richard will see his way clear to arrange It for the Jersey City stadium before the outdoor boxing season closes. The New Jersey boxing commls8l6n set a precedent for mixed bouts last years when Wills was permitted...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 September 1921

.1 1 PAGE SIX THH PAMPAS EXPRESS, PAM.AS, TEXAS. HATt'UPAY, 8K1TE.MBKB 10, 1921. IMC. II. H. WADE, GIAXT OK THE m. Any young men of clean habits Delegates and officers 90. Amount of WEST 1st IN TOWN. WAS ONCE and morals is cordially welcomed, money turned in three hundred slx- IsOMINANT FIGURE IN IjOCAL. With the opening of school we members all of Muskogee clubs IDiariOS. Rev. R. H- Wade of Los Angeles, California, is in the city after an absent of fourteen years. He Is domiciled while here at the borne of his brother, W. J. Wade, t812 Trinidad street. Rev. Wade was familiarly known here as "Ned" Wade and was at one time a dominant figure here In local politics. He left Dallas about fourteen years ago and settled In the West. Since which time he has been called to the ministry; his rise, In this field has been steady and incessantly. He is proclaimed as one of the Pacific Coast Baptist General Con. ventlons's strongest men and I Dis trict Missionary of the Western Bap. list Convent...

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