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

.At THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PAIXAB, TEXAS. SATURDAY. tfOVEMBKR 5, 1021. PAGE THRET3 s i o Sherman, Nov. 3. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Taylor of 207 W. Lee 8t., are rejoicing a over fine 8 1-2 boy born 24th ust. Mrs. Nora Blue Cravens of Denison visited Mrs. Beuna Vis. ta Lewis last Sunday. Mrs. Callie Allen visited In Dallas. Mrs. Fressie Hatcher Is visiting her sister-in-law. Miss Ermia Hatcher of Dallas. Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Boyd have moved to Kansas City, Mo.. where her fa-1 ther resides, mr. ueume uousm."" nac uuuc and family. Miss Nevada Murphy and are striving hard to make a has returned from a visit to Mrs. round report before going to annual Alma Vaughn in Dallas. Elder P. conference. New Zion Baptist H. Woods, former pastor of Holi.' church gave an entertainment at the ness church here has gone to Oak- school house last Thursday night, land, Cal., to reside. Mrs. Prof. Le. The feature that attracted much at roy Doty of McKinney is visiting her tenlon was he "guess pie", ten cents sister,...

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. — 5 November 1921

rA; roi)R THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. KOVKMBKB B, 19Z1. THE IULLA3 KXPBF.SS -OF IB lvr:--2!rwlticvic MEMBER NATIONAL NEGnj PRESS ASSOCIATION. Publlahert avory Saturday morning In the your at 2ti00 Kwla Avnue by Tltfei DAI. LAN KXI'HKHN 1'LIILlMII.NU COMPANY. (Incorporated) DaMaa, Texaa. KOHKIU ADVKIITISIIVO ItKIMlE- ' HKNTATI VMl W. a. 7,lff r.mriir, OH ( Dear- awn Mrcvt, a Ira a, ill. W. II. .Iff Company, 404 JMortaa ItalldlBK IIS Kail Kaaaaa gtrcat, ew York, N. Y. THE PALLAS KXTBEHST 8LHS(RirTI0S IX ADVANCE. One Year...- $2,25 E4x Months 1.25 Three Months...- .75 8ingle Copy : 05 NOTICE TO TUB PVHMC. Any erronoua reflection upon the character. atHndlna; nr reputation of any peraon, firm or corporation which may appear In the columna of The Iallaa Kxpreaa will be Kindly cor rected upon Ita being brought to the attention of the publisher. Entered at Post Office at Dallaa, Tcxaa, aa aecond-claaa matter, under Act of Con-reae, March, 1879 IMPOIITANT. Ne aubacrlptlona ...

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

THK IAIX'3 EXPRESS, PAIXA8, TEXAS. MTmiUV, NOVEMBER 5, 1921. i'agb tivm Dim in nrniiommmnwmiiiinimmiHnwiirjminm 4iiaiiiiniiiiiiaiiiiiiiiimDiimmHiiBHiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiHDiiiiiiiiiiifiniHiiiiiiPiHiHniiiiaiiiiHiiiihniiimn'iioiiiHtiiinioiiiiiiil 1 4 t UME. LIT ELLA MeDAiriEXS. SCIEN TIFIC METHOD OF SCAJLP . MAS SAGE. A MODEM WONDER. immiinmraHmmiiinniimiiiiHMtwiimmnwm!1 n aiiUMimiDWumuuoiHiWHUiDuliwuiilDiuiiiilluiLmjmujwiwwuBraiiuuiiimiuuiuHiaumiiHiiiuMua; li 1 1 II viiiiiiiuRiiiimiuiiDiiiuiiiiiiiaiiiiiiimiiDiiiiiiiiitiw T iiauiiiwuitaiMiuiuuuuiiuiiiuiawuuiiiiiUiuiii.i if 1 sPexas' JPewns. il ' ft I i 1 I I 5 9 B H s 5 For Our $100,000 More In November Sale Y C3 0 O SIMPLE REMEDY. Famous DrugKlst Discovers Simple Itrmrd y (or Asthma and Moke Grn rroui IIEB TRIAL Offer to Readers. I IlliaiiliiHlMliDllllu.iluiailllllllllllflilllllllilllDIMIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIHlia lllllliailllllllllliailllllllllllDHIIIIIIIIIIOlllll ji iiiainuuiwiouimuiuiaiiiiuouMDiniiiiuuiammuiiiiauimuiiuaiiiiuum...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 November 1921

kMv-.. "Sat y .v THR DALIES KXPRKS8, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY. XOVEMBEH 8, 1921. i '1 ,1 ,t. l t ; iJHLl MOTH THEATRE HATVltDAV, NOV. VXH KPKCIAI- Vk.TVUK ATTRACTION JACK IIOXIK In THK MAS FItOM NOWHEIIK" His latest six reel Western Feature Photo-May. Plenty of action, thrill and i'P. MfNDAY, NOV. 6TH TIH'NDEKBOLT JACK featuring v "JACK IIOXIK" It's his latest western aerial suc.-s. Also "DKSPKItATH CHANCKS" A ne'er-to-be forgotten western feature and a GOOD COMEDY. , MOV. and TVKH., NOV. 7TII and 8TH HPKCIAIi FKATUKM ATTRACTION "HKCRKT OF THK HIMiS" Featuring ANTONIO MOUENO In a stirring photo-play of mystery, suspense, love, rom ance and action. The tale of a hurried treasure In which the hero tries to solve a Mystery for a beauti ful girl. It's a typical AN TONIO MORENO photo-play and you know what that means TWO DAYS ONLY. Also JIMMY AUB REY In "THK APPLI. CANT." His latest Vlt igraph comedy Il's to laugh. It 1 " 'rV ' Jjj ANTONIO MORENO j . 'Jfilillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 November 1921

''A - I O THE DALLAS ESPRKSS, PALLAS. TKXAS. SATVRDAV. NOVKMBKR 5. 1921. PAfiR KFVFX ft Special re. He left Sunday on the Texas for Washington and Baltimore. He says he will visit other eastern , "r'-s: "aykii,' T.a! lu Italian, iuol worn aiiruuius mo annual conference of the Methodist Episcopal church. He was a guest of his grand daughter, Mrs. It. A. Western, 2911 State street, while here. Who'll be the popular girl? u m . i.. r i n 1 1 1 . Til 1 1 1 1 ii Mr. z. n z.n . Bryan street visited Denison, one j day last week on business. Mrs. Pruitt is formerly of Denison. but since living In Dallas, she has come favorably Impressed with this city. Rev. and Mrs. Harrv Swann of Victoria, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilson, 3908 Ash Lane, I at dinner party last Saturday even- inc. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Redrlck, 3600 Roseland, Thursday morning at 1:30 a. m., and left an eight pound baby girl The father is lubllant. mother and child are dolne well. Mrs. W. E...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 November 1921

THE DALLAS EXPKES8, DALLAft, TKXAS, 8ATUKDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1921. GB EIGHT TEXAS TOWNS Tcinrkatta. Nov. 4. Sunset Bap. tint Churth, Iter. A. W. Wltaker, P. C. A big rally wa carried on beginning Monday night, Oct 17. Each night was carried on undor the head of itome of the church aux iliaries, vis. : Monday night: Sun day School night, Rev. C. W. Hamp ton. P. C... of Mt. Piegah Baptist Chtir-h and his congregation, amount rai:d $16 35. Tuesday night: B. Y. P. U. night. Ilev. HlUon, pastor 1'ollv Cliarwl and his COIlKi pi r.tlon were present and preached a won-. derlul sermon ana raised io.o. Wednesday night as Women's Home Mission Night on which Hev. Har ris of Eleventh Street Baptist Church was to preach but on account of ill ness conld not be present but his congregation came out and In his stead the women choose Hev. R. H. King, the Texas Anvil. Presidng Elder of the Marshall District who preached a wonderful sermon such as no one could do but a King and raised 24 35. Thursday nigh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 November 1921

5c PER COPY 5c PER COFY rf I EYEMWHEUE m EVERYWHERE 0 0 ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE I Founded by w. E. King The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. 2-2 PER ANNUM VOL. XL, NO. 4. " EXI'KESS, DAI-LAS. TEXAS HATl'KDAY, NOVEMBER, 12, 1921. - " PRICE FIVES CENTS ALLY PARTIAL PROGRAM AS RELEASED BY PRESIDENT INCLUDES NAMES OF STATE OFFICERS AND EXECUTIVES OF NATIONAL BODY. MANY WILL ATTEND. A partial program for the State Teachers' Association as releaaed by Its president, l'rof. L. It. Klnchlon contains the names of prominent ed ucators and state officials, who will be speakers during the annual meeting which will be held in Dallas, November 24-26. Much Interest is being; manifested by officials In various parts of the state as well as by local committees and prospects are bright for a highly constructive gathering. When seen by an Express reporter President Klnchlon had the following to say in regard to the meeting. The meeting of the teachers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 November 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TK3CAB S.tTIJKDAV, XOVKMBKB, 12. 1921. f AGE TWO. M WORLD 68 OIL VILEY AND PAUL QUIRH VARSITY STARS VILL MEET IN DALLAS THANKSGIVING DAY. PAUL QUINN TO BATTLE PRAIRIE VIEW NOVEMBER 18 GROUND BROKEN FOR HAMPTON ATHLETIC FIELD. OTHER SPORT. ' ' Waco, Texan, Nov. 10. Paul Qulnn faces the hardest schedule in her history during thtnext two weeks. During thin time mwtB two of ttlie most formidable ma chines In the South, Tralrle View, November 18, and Wiley Thanks giving Day. Should she happen to emerge from each fray victorious, she would be hailed a second Centre College fo; such a wonderful feat, as a foot bn! I record worthy of note Is something unknown to the Metho. d lols of Waco. This year, however, P. Q. C, has started with a rush and her 12 to 6 victory over the fast Sam Huston eleven stamps the Wacoans as possible championship contenders. On paper. Prairie View looks two to one the bent team, as she had seasoned veterans, well couched In Waller and Lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 November 1921

THE DALLAS KXTP.ES8, HAUAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER, 12, 1021. PAGE THREE CHEAPEST HOLIDAY IN PARIS, ARE YOUR JEWELS GENUINE? QUALITY, NOT SIZE, COUNTS WILLIAM H. YORK, GIVES OUT STATEMENT OK FACTS WITH REKl'ECT TO THE CRl'ISE TO LinEIUA, VKST AFRICA MANY INDORSEMENTS OF NA TIONALLY KNOWN CHARAC. TERS RECEIVED. Philadelphia. Pa., Oct. 31, 1921. The Dallas Express, Dallas, Texas. Gentlemen: Because of the responsible po sition held by the promoters of the African Cruise, purposed to carry a body of church, professional, and business people to Liberia. West Africa, In December, we feel that the public generally is due a state ment. Especially Is this true since there has been much doubt as to the possibility of such a cruise, and even a hint that it Is another skin game to get the people's money. As business manager therefore, the(Col. W. E. Lawrence, Sherman, Tex. unuersignea warns to mane mis, statement of facts. The cruise was organized first. to carry a group of people to West A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 November 1921

pack mn THE .VILLAS KXFRKSS MEMBER NATIONAL NEGR-3 PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Knturday morning In the vent at 2(io w!s Avenua Dy 1IIK D.U-LAH KXI'ltKMS 1'LUMMIIKU COMPANY. (incorporated) I.'allas, Texas. - KOKKIU ADVKI'TlftlNM RKPHB KKWTATIVKl W, B. Kirr (oupnar. M Dear bon Mrrt, ( bUnKa. III. W. II. Iff tumpanr, 404 MoHon Itulldlna ll K.t lrMl, rw lark, n. V. THE 1alTaS LXntKSsT SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE. One Year 2.25 Six Months i .....1.25 Three MonlhB.. .75 Single Copy . . .0? XOTICK TO TUB I'lIllLIC. Inv Arrnnenus reflection tlDOfl th character, stnndInK or reputation of ny persnn. rirm or corporation wnicn mav appear In the column of The Dallas Kxpress will be tcladly cor rected upon lt belnflf brought to the attention of the publishers. Kntere.l at Post Office at Dallas, Texas, as second-clans matter, under Act of Congress, March, 1S79 IMPOHTAKT. . No subscriptions mailed for a pe riod loss than three months, Tayment for same must be 76 cents. THE DALLAS EXPRESS has ne...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 November 1921

THE DAIXA8 EXPRESS, OAH,AS. TEXAS SATlltDAY. NOVEMBER. 12. 1021. PAGE FIVJI o rl MADAM FLORENCE COLE-TALBERT 1N RECITAL at NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22ND, Auspices PATRON'S LEAGUE OF NEW HOPE CHURCH, Acclaimed by the Press and Public to be the foremost Colorature-Soprano of the race now in concert. GENERAL ADMISSION - 50 CENTS HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT DR. R. T. HAMILTON, MISS PRISCILLA TYLER DR. ALEXANDER S. JACKSON n La iiMiiniitiiiinMiaiiiiiiMMiiaiiiMiHiiitDiitiiHfiiiiaiiiiiHiiHicsiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiMiiiiiuDififiiffifiiaiitiiiiiiiMaiHMtiniiiainiMiMfircim iiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiMiiMiiDiiiiuiiiiiiaiiiHiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiainiiiHiiiiDiiiiiMiiiiiaiiiiiiiMiiioiiMiiiiHiiDiiiiiii iiaiiiiiiuiiuaiHiiuiuiiaiiuiiiuiiiDiiiiiHiiiiioiuuuiiiiiDiiiuiiiiuiDuuiuiiiiiaiHUiuiiiiOHiiiiiuiiiauiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiuiiioiiiii. 11 5 ii Is Texas B a 1 1 iiinitiiitiHiiiaMtHitiiiiiaiiitMitHiiniiiMiMtiiiaiiitiiiiTiiiaifiiiiiiiHicatiiiiiiiniiatiMiiiiiiiraiiiiMtiMiiaiiii...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 November 1921

IMt.K KtV Texas 1 " tu.im Nov 10 All. SundaylE. O. Allen, P. C, officiated the Schools were well attended. Sunday, Rev. Matthew of Waco delivered a pood sermon. Sunday at the First .V. ., rn 1.BWVPI RpHfl of I.iM'um uiniui. " . Chicago, was in the city on me arutiiKiiu i ir,,..0. of November. He made a good lec-son. J-.r.'r .ffl Nv. 10-Prof. W. Bright wim a rallv given at the high school last Thursday between the school . , , ., - IHUHIttMllU crwwu L lio rinj children. The amount raised wi., Phiirch. Sunday and 5.. this mo"e' ra'MVann na' school piano Prof. O. K. Manning , the city attending their annual con. ference at Beaumont. Mr. Blake Spark and Mr. Chapel Gibson left today for the penitentiary. On Hal. loween night, there were lots of pleasure carried on by young people. Mrs. Marthia Watts spent a few hours at Mrs. Mary Garnetl's home Sunday afternoon. Please, see Mr. R. J. Brewer for the Dallas Express. M". Mari-iii. oiiHtor of Lang's Chapel C M. E. Church was at his post and ...

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. — 12 November 1921

if THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS SATURDAY, XOVEMPBR. 12. 1921. PAGE 8:MiJ. 0) 0) E. W.D.WELCH, DALLAS BUSINESS MAN DIES. FUNERAL SERVICES HELD AT NEW HOPE UA1TIST CHURCH. REMAINS .. FOLM)VED B Y LAUGH CONCOURSE OF FRIENDS. All that was mortal of E. W. D. Welch, Dallas' pioneer furniture man was laid to rest late Monday after, noon In Woodland cemetery. His re. mains were followed by a concourse of sorrowing friends and relatives. First Regiment Band, Knights of Pythias headed the procession. Funeral services were held at New Hope Baptist church at 2 o'clock where many words of con solation were expressed and reso lutions from the neighborhood, Grand Lodge and subordinate lodges and Juveniles of the Loyal Friends 1f America, St. Charles lodge K. of P. and local Business League were read in profusion. Prior to performing the obse quies, scripture reading by the Rev. ercnd Taylor of Thomas avenue Christian Church was had, after which Dr. Alexander S. Jackson, pastor, in a brief eul...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 November 1921

PG EIGHT THE PALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 12, 1921, BOOK COAT. By Mary White Ovington. It was my "-great ' good fortune Ixxl winter and cary spring to travel auroKs the continent stopping on my way to and from California, speak ing in all In twenty-nine cities. In mi any of these places I had the op. jwtunlty to address not only Branch KieetinEs but clubs and othor gath orlnvs nf rtnrtHntative Deoule. I found, quite unconsciously, that when I was not telling of the Na tional Association for the Advance went of Colored People. I was call ing my hearers' attention to hooks and articles on the Negro Question Of course, I would not have kept on dolna this, had my hearers not been interested; but everyonn was ininrcHtpd.' I will not dwell here upon my white audiences, save nav thnv were eacer to get th name nf the latest books, but want to say how often I was Im pressed with the love ofreadlng among the Colored and their deep Intercut n learning or tne nest books reg...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 November 1921

AUSTIN T.32AS . 5c PER COPY 5c PER COPY EVERYWHERE ETEBYWHEBE ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE 1 ; Founded by W. E. King. "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. , $2.25 TKK AXNTM VOL. XU, NO. B. " THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1921. ' . . . . '. PRICE FIVE CENTS rvn J li9 11 Lbl!i U tin i Ml CLAIMS NEGRO EMPLOYES IN CHICA GO POST OFFICE ARE INEFFICIENT. Says That White Workers Could do Work With Less Ex pense. Claim Made at Wash ing. (By A. N. P.) hlcatfo, in.. N0v. 17. Colored Post Oftiice circles are up In arms over a report on the Chicago Poatoffice. made at hearlnu in Washington, October 5th before the Joint Postal Commis a on. The report declared that Colored clerks and carriers were Inefficient as compared with whites and that 900 whites could do the same work which 1100 Colored employees now perform. The charge came as a blow because Chicago's Federal group has been ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 November 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1921. TACK TWO. N WORLD-of SPORT PAUL QUINN AND PRAIRIE VIEW. WILL BATTLE TO-DAY BOTH SQUADS DISPLAY CONFIDENCE PAUL QUIN WILL JOURNEY TO DALLAS ON TURKEY DAY AND MEET WILEY UNIVERSITY. Waco, Texas, Nov. 17 Paul Quinn and Prairie "View go to the gridiron today, each team boasting of being undefeated and equally sure that they will be returned vic tor from today'i fray. This will be the State schools first confer ence encounter, and although she is figured to win, she will have a job on her hands, downing the Me. thodlsts who whipped the fast Sam Huston eleven by the tune of 12 to 6 a couple of Saturdays ago. Next Thursday the Wacoans Jour ney to Dallas to meet the much heralded Wiley eleven In the Tur key Day clash, which will be the leading feature of the Teachers In stltue program. Should the men of East, Waco, down Prairie View today, then the Thanksgiving baU tie would be one for the champion ship of the Lone Star 8tate, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 November 1921

THE DAM AS EXPRESS. DAIXA9, TEXAS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER, 12. 1931. PAG51 THREB I o c ft Foot Ball Foot Ball Foot Ball IMUIOMIIMHtlMaiinillKIIIDIIMKKMtiai Ill t II E1IH 1111 II H1DII t MM 1 1MI C3 1 Itl 1 1 HM 1 1 E3 MM MMH 1 10 1 III I M t IH I D III I II t H MIC1II 1 lllll IIT 1 0111 MCMnM IIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIMDIIIIIIIIHIIOIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIiailllllllllllDIIHIIIIIIIIDHIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIU 1 iioiiiiiiuiiiioiiiiimmiuuiu IU-J 3 ii 5Pexes II 3 . iiiotimiiiiiiiniiimwiiiniiiiffliiiiinimitiim lunini iiaiiiiiiiiiiiiDiii iiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiHiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiii maiiiiiiiiiiHOiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiuiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiuiuiiiaiiiiuuiiiioiiuiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiHiuBiiiiiiiu Jarksboro, Nov. 17. Rev. Allen, ot Mineral Wells preached at the C. M. K. church Sunday afternoon. Sick listed: Mr. Geo. Brownly and Harvey Johnson, Misses Ruthle and Roxie Brownley and Mrs. Susan Phillips from Dallas. G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 November 1921

FAG fDt Ft THPJ DA IX AH EXPRESS. DALLAS, TE.TAs. SATniDAY. NOVEMBER. 19, 1021. THE DALLAS EXfRESS uuvia MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published tvery Snturday morning in the year at 2tnn Swiss Avenue by Tilt) DALLAS RXI'ltUMft l'l IILIMil.VU COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. KOHEIU AOVKKTIMStl ItEI'IlE-BfeNTATIVUl W. n. riff rompnajr, 08 South Dear nan Btrvet, hlc-ac. ill. W. II. .Iff Company, 404 MoHoa nalidixic ll Ka.t Kuui Html, flftv mrK, a. i. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, siiJsciurriONS in advance. One Year $2.25 Six Month : 1.25 Three Months... 75 Single Copy .. 05 THE DALLAS EXPRESS hat never hoisted the while feather, neither hat it been dis graced by the yellow ttreah. It it not afflicted with the flannel month. It it a plain, every day, sensible, conservative newspa per, which trims no tail to catch the passing breeze; flies no donbtjul flag) It professes a patriolitm at broad as our country. In love of even hand ed justice covert all the terri tory occupied by the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 November 1921

0 0 THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1921. HEAD OF NATIONAL LEAGCB points out that one citizen was com pelled to hold a red hot Iron In his hand as punishment for some of. fence. His retirement is said to have averted a political upheaval. FORCED TO STOP IN ATLAN TA' Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 17. Andrew "Rube" Foster, owner and manager of the American Giants of Chicago, and president of the Negro National League, was taken from his pri vate train here last Thursday after, noon by local police authorities, and forced to furnish $500 bond before he was released. The arrest was made at the in stance of Attorney Uoy C. Drennan, counsel for a number of disgruntled baseball players, whom it is alleged, brought suit against Foster for back pay and a share of "receipts." Exactly one hour and fifty min. utes. after being arretted, and just as President Harding's special left Atlanta, Foster, and . his players, boarded their train and departed for New Orleans to take part in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 November 1921

PACK SDC THE DALLAS KTPKEPS, PALLAS. TRXA8 BATmPAT. NOVEMBER, 12. 1921. H10JH THEATRE JACK HmmtwmraminmmoiimmflfloraimmnimmHnioww IWWIWUIWIHIMUCWMIWMIOIWMM SATURDAY, NOV. 19TH SPECIAL FEATURE ATTRACTION . JACK HOXIE in "CUPIDS BRAND" A western thrill story that combines mystery with a brand of romance and adventure. Its his latest six reel western feature picture Saturday only. WATCH WAIT BE READY It's coming Priacllla Dean In ' TtEPCTATION." SUNDAY, NOV. 20TH SPECIAL WESTERN SERIAL ATTRACTION FEATURING , HOXIE in "THUNDERBOLT JACK" Coming Something no woman can afford to be without "REPUTATION" MONDAY and TUESDAY, NOV. 21st and 22ud SPECIAL WESTERN ATTRACTION Featuring BUCK JONES in "TO A FINISH" This is without question the best western attraction ever offered Mammoth patrons. He out does anything ever attempted before: THRILLS ACTION STUNTS galore TWO BIO DAYS DON'T MISS IT. Kvery notiMii In Pallas should reserve MONDAY, NOV. 2H(h to see "REPUTATION" with Priacllla Dean, the bigg...

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