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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 October 1921

THE DALLAS nxrnKKS. PALLAS, TF.XAS, SATTHn.W. OCTOIiKR 13. 1921 PAGR SEYES. TEXASTOWNS I'euler, Oct. 13. Uev Johnson de Hvora givat sermon Rev. F. V. John son of Beaumont, Texas, preach ed to an appreciative audience Wed nesday night, Oct. 5th, Morning Star Baptist Church, selected for text, "Now Ihey desire a better Coun try." Heb. 11:16, subject, "Heaven A Better Country." The spfiaker was at his best and preached a most wonderful sermon, one that will live in the hearts of the hearers for days to come. Dr. Johnson is a great revivalist, having served for more than 15 months during the V.oWd AVar as U. S. Chaplain, during which time he did chaplancy work In Scot land, England, Fiance and America, lie 1st a voting man and Is a power behind the pulpit. Miss Beulah Jtea K'or of Oalveston has arrived to ork ii gain as 3rd teacher and musical instructor in Center- Colored High School. Rev. T. A. Amos who accom panied Misses Maulln 0.-by and Ie Ella Hicks to Tyle,- to enter school retur...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 October 1921

ruin K1GT1T THK DALLAS F.Xl'KKSS, DAYXAB, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1921 Tnrota-mi:miiimrwMHmmt Wen b iuso. Mrs. Travlu Rucker liaa lUunui'iiiiUnHi' iiiOiiiiiiiiiiut uiHdniiuiiiii1ii,uiuiiiiiiiiiuiUHi.iiuiii;aii,iuiiii1,Q1iiiiiiiuiiaiiiiiiiii...uiiuiiiiiiiiuiiii, (l , ! len visiting in illusion nibiii. 3 f g if i I. Mm. Wright of Rosebud, Utxas, in I II Wrnrrm C ll ii jvmttlnc her parents here for a few 9 S I'tLTZVCJO 1 U v 1 1 1J . q 1 SI da vs. T!e A. M. E. church at Ilrxrky I Hill w clfHtroyed by fir last E3 j ' week. The parsonage also went up kuiuiMmimiuiiiiiMmiuiMMimiiiUimMimiQiiiiiuM ? i iitnuitii...fniiii.iiiifininitiitiiHriiiiitiiiiiiniitiiitnitiniitiiitiitifniiiiii(iiiMn(iiiiHiiiimiiui!MMIiatlliltiiii!IISIIitfTfltlHttlfll " I ; ih'iiii.iiiim, ttii!ii;innejinmi!t!Pijiiintniiiio Hiiii D'Hutiniiic iini!i; niiii4i,irnoiiiiiiiHint)ni itniiiih.ii idiLiiitii' i wltli the flames. The loss was en- Marshall, Oct. 13. News rcaehod Marshall that ;" Alius Viola Johnson had beta very...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 October 1921

.V..:i, t. .is:.. tji iinftfv 5c PER COPY 5c PER COPY EVERYWHERE ETEIIWHERE ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE "The "Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. $2.25 PER ANNUM Founded by W. E. King THE DALLAS KXl'RHSS, DAIJiAS, TICXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBKH 22, 1921. PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL. XX XIX, NO. 2. M n. . r DISORDERLY CROWDS MOLEST MEET- INGS OF NEW KENTUCKY PARTY. Men in Disguises Operate in Squads to Disturb MeetingsTY MEETING TO BE HELD. of New Independent Party. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 20. A travesty upon justice and fair play, a danger ous step taken against law and eoud government, a direct in the. face of decent, self-respect' mg and law abiding- citizens or Lou vine, white and black, is a mud prexslon (cotton and description o attack made on law abiding citizens, men and women of the race, members i of the Lincoln Independent Party' at j Xlth and Walnut Streets, Wednesday! nlgnt, Dy a moo or DiacK men Hoo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 October 1921

PAGE TWO. TUB DALLAS KXPRK88, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, OOTOBKK 2. 1921. m WORLD ! SPORT GOURDON, HARVARD'S STAR NEGRO ATHLETE, FAVORED FOR TITLE. Broad Jump Champion is Choice for Na tional Pentathlon Crown. By Jack Musters. I Running broad Jump, discus throw, Ned Gourdin will be a starter In Javelin throw, 200-metor run and the national pculatblon championship 1,500-metor run. Gounlin should win at Tarvers Island. This may mean 'the Jump and the Bprlnt and Is likely HOWARDLINCOLN GAME WILL DRAW THOUSANDS. (By A. N. P.) Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 20. Phil adelphia is expecting to entertain the bluest crowd that ever wltuess ed a fooUiull game this fall when Howard met9 Lincoln in their an nual struggle ut tba National League Park on Thanksgiving Day. The management of the park is making Texas Towns Sherman, Oct. 20.A Hint to the Wise is Sufficient We all are aware Payne Chapel A. M. E. church this the necessary arrangements on theyeari nd also the, ones who was Haywood Douglass has ret...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 October 1921

V X : v.... THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TKTAS, BATCTIAY. OCTOItKR IS. 1921 PAfJK THRKK S3 3 Vernon, Oct 20. There was a high day among the churches. Ser vices were good all day at New Hope. SupL Dan Shelton being: absent, Bib. George acting as Supt., opened Sun day school promptly at 9:30 a. m. At 11 a. m. the pastor. Dr. W. A. Thomas ascended the rostrum with a burning message. His subject was "Love." The delegates have return ed from the executive board meeting at Wichita Falls, and report a splendid session. Dr. W. A. Thomas , left Monday morning for Denlson to attend the State Convention. Also Mrs. M. E. Goodrum, Rev. E. M. demons was at his post at the First Baptist church. A splendid Service was reported. The father of Mr. Dwitt 1b indisposed. Mrs. M. Phil lips returned home from Fort Worth, after a few days visit. When you are hungry in Vernon eat at Hunt and Waters'. StephenviUe,.. Oct. 20. Services were well attended at both ohurches Sunday. Mrs. Louisa Hip.htower of Taylor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 October 1921

PAOK POUR THB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1041 THE DALLAS EXFRF.SS hlMPIR npsriw MtMBcfl NATIONAL NEGftO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornlnir In the year t 2(0 Hwlss Aventio by COMPANY. Incorporated) Dallas, Texaa. KOI1KIU ADVKKTIla Ufcl'ltK KKKT4T1VHI XV. n. 7. Iff Company, 60S Sooth Dear bvii sirtl, i klvaKO, III. W. H. .Iff lumpnnr. 404 Morton llullllnit ll Ko.t ftaaaau Street, Arvr lark, N. Y. the dallas express, subscriptions in advance. One Year $2.25 Six Months 1.25 Tbret? Months - .75 Single Copy 05 KOTIG'K TO THB PUULIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, atnnrlInK or reputation of any pcrann, firm or corporation which may appear In the column of The Jiallrt Kxprcsa will he Kindly c t reeted upon Its be I rut brought to attention of the publishers. K'ntcred at Pout Office at Dallas, TpnaH. na second-clans matter, under Act of Oonnrei"), March, 1879 IMPORTANT. No subscriptions mailed for a pe riod 1' than three month. Paymen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 October 1921

THE IAM,AS KXrRKSS, DAM S, TKXAS. SATt ItnAY, OCTOUKR 22, 1921. PAUH r;vB THE PRAIRIE VIEW COLLEGE EXHIBIT. THE WORK IN IRON, WOOD, CLOTH AND AGRICULTURE, THE WORK OF HAND, HEAD AND HEART. By N. W. Harllee. The Prairie View Collese Kxhlblt attracts the public attention every fair, and this fall 1b no exception. Many visitors find their way to this very excellent exhibit, and make favorable comment as to II a handi craft, and unique workmnnslvip. 01 the very many exhibits at the fair, it seems that the great fair would not bo complete without the work of the Prairie View Industrial Col Icro exhibit. Here it is shown what Hit satt. is doins? for the Colored students and what the Colored stu dent is doing for himself. After all, roimh haw as you may. each must seal his own destiny which lies In his owii hand. Oth.-rs may aid us, but we, phoenix-like must rise from our own dusty beds and pet into the whirl wind of human activity. Culinary Department. The mothers of the uneducated class ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 October 1921

4 J - PAC.P.-:MX,h TUB DAT-MS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 121. i J I s 1 f IS' SOUTH'S FINEST COLORED SHOW S3 DO YOU BELIEVE IN GOD? DOES IT PAY TO HAVE FAITH? SEE LALNio 2:30. Tho body wug prepared for mUrment and brought to Bollux on the 1:05 train Saturday evening and the funeral was conducted by Hev. K. M. Random Sunday at 3:00 p. in. at the Shiloah F. M. B. church. In terment in the Shiloh cemetery. There were many beautiful floral tributes. Pall bearers: L. Monroe, 3. Allison, M. H. Harrell, Sam Jones, J. Oavis and Sam Edwards. Mr. Eft. Williams and wlfo; Mr. Grant Heard and wife were shopping In Wharton Saturday. Pecans are now coming In freely and are bringlra. between four and Ave dollars per bushel. There will be a considerable volume of money placed In local circulation through the gathering and selling of this native crop, the yield being bet ter than since 1910. Mrs. E. J. Mnnner, our popular hair dresser returned to Bartlett, Texas to re sume her trad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 October 1921

i THB PAMPAS KXTRESS. DAUA.S, TKXAS. SATIRDAY, OCTOBKU 22, 1021. PAGE SETHI 3 l(V S FORT WORTH Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 20, 1921. Mrs. Thelma Dudley Means and -Mrs. Grace Weems, accompanied with Messrs. Leo Qnlnn and Horace Mad ison of Dallas, motored over Sunday and were guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bogan, 1216 Helen. Prof. Fuller of Bishop College, and Rev. Johnson of Pittsburg, Tex as, were the 'guest of Trof. and Mrs T. H. Tabu. Mrs. Carrie Evans, 1010 Jones St, while on her way to Mt. Gilead Tues day night fell and died suddenly. Death was due to heart failure. Fun eral services were held in Morning Chapel C. M. E. church. Thursday. Mrs. C. R. Robinson, 1216 E. An nie Street, has returned after spend ng several v. eels in North Texas. There was a woman who never bought anything she did not need because the price was marked down. The Dallas Express, Chicago De fender, Chicago Whip and Crir.is for sale at Temple Drug Store. Remember you must hear Prof Moore, of the James E. Guinn S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 October 1921

xr-'V ; HIM THK PAfXAM EXntKHS. DALUS, TKXAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1921. THE JARVIS CHRISTIAN INSTITUTE TEXAS. THE WORK 0? THE PUPIIS-THE HUMAN SIDE AND SPIRITUAL SIDE-REPUTATION OF THE SH00L By N. V. Harllwj. The JitiviH Christian Institute tiiakea a creditable dlflplny at the State fair ff Texas for the first time. The work rfprewnted the whole like the 8.irnp!r8 cairicd 'y the druirmew from the great nmnuCactnrliig centei" In th? eat. Before aijeakliig of the fxhllMU II Ih but flttlnx that BOrne thing be said of the JarvU Chris tian Institute at Hawkins. Texas, and especially the President of the In i.lltut'on Dr N. J. Ervin, "llie pres ident Is a Columbia University, man uf letters, nn educator of IHku class, und bj such. It ts but Milural that Ihis inslitutlon should meet with success in the very beginning of its work in every department, both the Industrial and academic, as well as the moral and rollgloug. This In stitution Is supported . largely hy southern white friends, wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 October 1921

' V .1 -afX V .r I) 5c PER COPY EVEBYWIIKUE ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by W. E. King VOL. XXXIX, NO. 3. DISCUSSIONS SPECIAUZED IN ALL PHASES OF LIFE AS IT CONCERNS NE GROES. MANY MOST NOTED SOCIAL STUDENTS PRESENT. (By A. N. P.) 1- I. . K'n I I 1 Dnfllal ' iiiai uiiitiiciivv wi oui-ii Worker In teuton in Chicago, Oct 18- . .v.. t , Bvrxnt.lm . ,l , .i,i. . expert. In the handling- of problem af - fectlng the Negro population. Questions of unemployment, Industrial relations, health hnilaino- reel-ail Hon lahna noil. " " ul" -uinilllssmn on Itace - health, housing, recreation, labor poll- ( latlon polp Tlle pnMei and sue cy, migration problems as well as the .; of the Urban League was pres technique of social service, clasaiflca-1 ented. Substantial progress, It ap- tlon and use of facts and of Inter-j jr'' tlnth.7 emm"dnJ,n nfHW?8 racial relations came in for a thor- w, 'k to Jfr c,'f- 0,vei . 7'000 Ee ough and Intelligent discussion. The '" P"' Jnt ubAt.aVi'al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 October 1921

THE PALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATTRDAY, OCTOBER 80, 1031. f AGE TITO. m would s ROSS STARS On The COAST Texan Burning Up Golden West TEXAS LEAGUE DECIDES FRANCHISE TWADDLE AND OTHER SPORTS. Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 27. The life long record of William Ross, better known In the base ball world as "Nacogdoches" was born at Car rigan, Texas, Oct. 6, 1893, he Is 6 feet 9 Inches, weight 170 pounds, bats and throws right-handed, be gan his professional base ball In 1910 and from that time on has been a valuable olayer. He has palyed with the best of them and has proven that he Is a first-class hurler. Each week Ross will present the record of each player, participated with him In the Pacific Coast shuf fle. Below Is a record of pitcher Ross: Year Club 1910 Sllsbee Black Cats Q W L SO 15 11 4 100 1911 Beaumont Black Oilers 42 86 6 322 191 2 Beaumont' Houston 22 11 11 205 1913 Shreveport Smart Set .... 28 21 7 175 Pet. "730 857 600 750 858 750 1914 36 80 5 1916 36 27 9 1918 Monroe Braves...

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

THE DALLAS KXFKKHS, lHiA8, TEXAS, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1&21 GRAND WORTHY COUNSELLOR OF THE GRAND COURT OF CALANTHE VISITS DALLAS. MRS. A. D. KEY TENDERED A BANQUET BY FIFTEEN LOCAL COURTS. RECIPIENT OP A SILVER CHEST AND A SILVER FRUIT PISH. By N. W. Harllee. More than one thousand members of the fifteen Courts of Calanthe of the city of Dallas assembled on Tuesday, the 26th Inst., to do hom age to their Most Worthy Grand Counsellor, the Mrs. A. D. Key. It was an aeuplclous occasion. The Grand Worthy Counsellor was on her annual visit to the fifteen Courts of this city, and more than a thousand fair women, met the noble and dis tinguished visitor at the very gate of the city. As the long line, headed by the Grand Worthy Counsellor, composed of women of every avo cation, such as the musician, the clerk, the stenographer, the typist, the teacher, the house.wife, the cook, the dress-maker, the poro artist, the Worthy counsellors, and the Past Worthy Counsellors, march in line, I s...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 October 1921

THK n.lM.AS E.YPItKSS, 1AM,AS. TEXAS, HATUItUAY, OCTOHKn 29. 1921. PACK FOliR THE PU.I.A9 EXFBKS3. i4 MK.M3ER NATIONAL NEGR3 PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornlna; fn the year at 200 Swiss Avenue by THK DALLAS KXI'HK3 I'l IILIMII.U roMPAinr. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. I'OKKIU ADVKKTIMWU HKI'IIK NKNTATIVHt W. B. 1.W ruapair, 008 South Dear bo n street, 4'hicaao. 111. W. II. .Iff (mnr, 4C4 MortH nulltfin lie Faat Maaaaa Street, A err lark, N. V. THE DALLAS EXPBKSS, SlBSCRlPTIOXS IX ADVANCE. One Year 92.25 Six Months..- '. 1.25 . Tiiree Months 75 Single Copy 05 XOTHK TO Tll PDDI.IC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, alandlng or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which nitty appear In the column of The Dallna It'xpresa will he gladly cor rected upon lt being: brought to the attention of the publishers. Kntered at Post Office at Dallas, Texan, ns second-class matter, under Act of Congress, March, 1879 IMPORTANT. Kn subscription mailed for a pe riod ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 October 1921

THK PALLAS KXI-RKSS, DALLAS, TKXAH, SATtHDAV, OCTOBER 21), 1921. PAW! CTVH c titiiiaiitiiiitiiiiDtiititfiiMiciiiiiiiitiiMC3iit)iiiHtaiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiitiiitia MtiiiDininitiiMaiitiitiMtMaiiMiiiiiiKnuiiiiiiiiimm jliailllUllllliaillMIIIIIIIDMIIIUIIIMaUllllllllliailMIHIHIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDllllllllOIIIIIIIMIIiaillUIIIIIMOIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIHIIIDIIIIIIl! linimHIUUIUIlHUlliiNuiiHiMHiiiuimiiiurauiuiiiiiiiiiuimuiiiiiiumilHlllligillullUlliyillllUIIMIOIIIIUllllllaillllillHIIUIIII,. i Texas s. tnoMiiMiiitiiauiiniiiiiiOMiMtiiiMiaininniinc3HiiMiiMMaHUMttt,i:BMiiMiHiiiaiMrMMriHaiiiMiMnMOLMiiiiT7iiiHiitMiifiiiiC3iiiii jiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiaiHiiiiiiiiiuiiiimiiiiiaiiii naimii uiwiJ 1 iiuiuiiiiiiuiiiiQiiiiiiuiuiaiiiuiiiuuaiiiiiiiiiiiiQHtuiiiiiiiQ lUiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiimioiiiiuuiiiiaiiiiiiLwJ rontii, Oct. 27. auiirtay wau W. other fine day, and Sunday School was very largely attended nt all of the ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 October 1921

TACTS ST THK PALLAS KXPnESS, 1ALLAS, TKXAS, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1921 1 It TSTomei .ft - -"aV 19 KID JT S nituutuoiuiiiuuiioiii iiiuiuHmiHUHiiiaimHriiumiiimMiuiaMiiirJMiigimwicHaiHMtiumniwiHiuiaiHiiuiiitaiiuuniinnniiniiiiim im1 1 5 sPexas'JPewFis YOU mi be Beautiful ion Every one naturally wants to look tlieir best it makes others respect, admire and love you. You owe it to your self and your friends to look your best at all times and here are a few suggestions for whitening the complexion, smoothing the hair and improving your looks generally. - TO WHITEN THE SKIN, no m.tt.r how dark four complexion. Dr. Fred Palmer's Skin Whiten. Ointment bleaches quickly, if perfectly aaf snd delightful to um. At your druggist or lent postpaid upon receipt of price, 25c put lc war tax. VUTB F01 AGENTS' AniACnVH riorosmoN OILY, SHINY, BUMPY COMPLEXIONS toon give way to toft, (mooch, velvety akin after using Dr. Fred Palmer' Skin Whitener Soap, followed with hi Fact Powder. Try thit and watch your...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 October 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1921. PARK SEVER FORT J WILBURNK AND WALLS IN HOME WLIMHKU. Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 27, 1021. Miss Clara Bell Wilburne and Mr. Willie Walls were married at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Breed, 1031 E. Terrell Avenue. Mrs, Walls wore a beautiful dress of white geor gette over pale blue satin, a veil of whUo tulle and wreath to mutch. The briday banquet was a bunch of white Chrysanthemums. The house was attractively decorated with higc baskets of pink and yellow flowers. Mrs. Webster Armstrong, maid of honor, wore beautiful dress of white crepe de chine and carried a. bou quet of white roses. Mr. Webster Armstrong was best man. Rov. Jen kins of Amarillo, officiated using the ring ceremony in an impressive man ner. Miss Florlne Rmherfo,'! played the wedding march. Mr. and Mia. Walls are at home, 1031 E. Terrell Ave.. We wish for them the greatest and sincerest happiness In their new He and home. The football game between Foit Wo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 October 1921

THE PALLAS EXPRESS, IUIX.AS, TEXAS, HATfRDAV. OCTOlTKft 29, 1921. E2AVE EOYS IN DASH FOR HOMMLOSNG SCENE OF OF GREAT CAMPAIGN TO BE A WHIRLWIND FINISH GRAM) CHANCELLOR JUBILANT OVER OUTCOME. The big twenty-four horse power : dynamo installed In the present membership drive by local Knights of rythias have speeded up pro duction In the closing week of the greatest of all fraternal membership , battle, When business permits the chief Is always on the spot lending in-j splratlon to his fiKbtlng forces. His very presence means much to those' who have shouldered the heat or tne campaign's and the old mill is turn, ing out through Its nightly grind from fifty to seventy.ftve new brave men. In all probabilities the number re ceived and initiated during the drive will exceed the one thousand mark. Brave lads of local fame are com bing the city In Bearch of able bod , led men to ally themselves under the blood bought banner of Pythlanlsm- They have succeeded and In their drag net they have a...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 November 1921

f.A-'V In. r G00D7IB Lir?HI.'iU liJUWIiSIIY 0? T&US 5c PER COPY 5c PER COPY I EYEBIWHERE EYEimVHKttE ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION -OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE in i - Founded by W. E. King "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. ' . IKIt ANOTM VOL. XXXIX, NoTs. ' THK PALLAS EXI'IIESS, PAIXAH. TKXA3, SATUKDAV. NOVE.MBKK5, t92l. , PRICE FIVE CENT8 LAND COMPANY PLANS TO ESTABUSH COLONY IN MEXICO. 21,800 ACRES IN TRACT BOUGHT BY RACE MEN FOR AGRICULTURAL COLONY BELOW BORDER. Los Angeles, Cal. Nov. 3. Having for Its object the establish ment of a little Liberia In Lower Cal ifornia, where the Negro may carve out his own future, a unique coloni zation plan has been launched here by a group of influential men. The scheme, as announced by Hugh E. Maclleth, well- known attorney, is to place at least 200 families of In dustrious .Negroes on a bin; block of agricultural' land below the border and permit them to acquire possession of ...

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

-v. i li J s It fACKTWO. THK PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1021. EM WOK HOWARD DEFEATS VIRGINIANS 26 TO 0 iniMHMtltltltlltllHIMmifllF ' M ASK SPAfF FAR CTran PATIENTS IN TIIRERCIILAR fl! - a v llJUWiv - - - - .(ntHiiiMiiiHim...-....- - - Kg . - 1 - v ill KUorllAL. UKOOLN BLANK MORGAN COLLEGE 63 closb TOO. VESTIGAT1NG COMITTEE OVERWHELMED, PHYSI CIANS SWAMPED AND COMMITTEE ON APPLICA TIONS BEWILDERED. Chester, Pa., Nov. 3. Last 8at-.rexa8 League pennant but suffered urday, the Lincoln University foot-' financial lost and steps are be. ball team played Morgan College ng taken now to avoid repetition, tad won by the overwhelming score, The mode of operation by the pro of $3 to 0- The team, a good prac-lp0Bed organization shall be deter tice lu this game, and It is beginning mned by a base ball and amuse to run i off smoothly the various raent Association, which shall serve plays devised by Coach Shelburne. I as the base of the club's victory. T'ae r.'.en are all ...

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