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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 November 1921

r.' f - n 'O THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1921. PAGE fETOf. nini .aa ill liili N ' ' L J. J . il HH I a, ft VU. . 1 . - ' -X--r 1,1 ft! I . . . Ill U HI i ' 1 n n . . . I mt '. -.. h rl ina ! LiUI T ailA C ' M A' 41 tff.- JV At StA I t M' ,aW M l H i I "I I ' nik l , iJiiw. m smiia sail y u y y imi wmm, s&m mmm&m u (' J ' KO f"! Miss Bettie Brigham of Greenville who was In the city visiting Mrs. A. B. Evans, 2623 Trinidad, re. turned to her home last Wednesday. Mrs. Mary E. Fanniel, 2139 Hugo left last Friday for Kansas City, Mo., where she will reside three months more with her children. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Ridge, 2716 Trinidad street, left Friday after noon for Chicago. Mrs. Ridge will return in three weeks. Miss Macon E. Watklns, Caddo street, returned to the city Satur day morning from Marshall, Texas, where she has been attending Wiley University. Mrs. Thad Else, 2115 Routh St., visited Fort Worth last Sunday. Miss Mary Harrell and Mr. Chas. ...

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. — 19 November 1921

hcb snnnr THE DALLAS EXPRE83. DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1921. fcHSHIOK KKVKflMICM tUT-l UK l'HTI-:rHS A(.iAIT 1 "KlltTIl OK AATIO.V FILM. New York. N. T., Nov. 17.The Na tional Association for the Advance ment of Colored People, 70 Fifth Ave nue, Now York, today announced that the five pickets, v. ho were arretted and convicted for distributing circulars against the Ku Klux Klan In front f a theatre showing the "Ulrth of a Nation" film In New York, on May It, had been freed by Judge Alfred Talley In the Court of General 8es sions. The five pickets were Katheryn J-)hnon, Helen Curtis, I.aurs Kollock, .Jward Krasior and Llewellyn Itol lork. The case is of wide significance for Judge Talley In his decision affirms Ihe rir.hi of citizens of New York to protest publicly by circular distri bution aKainst what they believe to be a movement, as In the case of the Ku Klux Klan, subversive of their rfsrhts, as citizens. The ordinance un'ler whlrh the pickets bad been arrestod, sai...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 November 1921

v V G00D'.7IH LIKAKI 5c PER COPY EVERYWHERE ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by W. E. King "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. $2.25 PEB ANNCM VOL. XU, NO. 6. tTuTdALLAS EXPRESS, PAIXAS, TKXAtCsTTUtDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921. PRICB FIVE CENTS Was Visitor to University on Wednesday by Request of Emmett Scott; Degree of Doctor of Laws Conferred; Marshall Praises School and Work of Colored Sol diers. , Washington. D. C. Nov. 24. The Howard University held ceremonies Attendant upon the conferring of the degree of Doctor of Law. on M.. Fer dinand Foch, W a run ml of France. Com mander In Chief of the Allied Arm ies, on the University campus, Wed nesday afternoon at five o'clock, No vember 16, 1921. Marshall Foch made the visit to the Howard University to be entertained as Its guest upon the special request of Emmett J. Scott, y the Secretary-Treasurer of the Uni versity, with the approval of Prisl dent J. Stanley Durkee, through Col onel Ja...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 November 1921

THK DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1921. f VC.E TWO. DEATH WARRANT IN TURN OF CARDS Aged Gambler Lets Cards Decide Question of Life or Death, and Death Wins. Detroit, Mich.- William McCay wai sixty-five years olil, and for 52 years he has made a more or less precarious living ty gambling from Frisco to New York and even In Europe, lie hnd often declared hia belief that a man should die when he reached the age of sixty-five. A few day ago he pawned this mark. An inventory of his world ly goods showed he vvns worth exactly 72 cents, besides his poor clothing. He decided to let the cards determine whether he should continue the game or quit. lie locked the door of his room In a rooming house and dealt the cards. On tha Floor Lay McCay, Dsad. If It came red the gnme would go on ; If black, it was finished. When his landlady forced the door of his room she saw a pack of cards on the table, with the eight of spades face up. On the floor lay McCoy, dead, bis throat c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 November 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1921. PAGE THItI B 0) C Texas Towns Weatherford, Nov. 24. Services were good at all churches Sunday Sunday was a high day. The clos ing of the $400 rally. Mr. Mitchell Rucker and Mrs. Earlle Johnson worked hard the past month trying to raise the church claims. Mr. Charlie King and Fate Foster went to Mohair, Texas, to look over the ell fields and was well pleased and will go back soon to look after their business. Rev. G. H. Harllee will leave Tuesday for Conference and will carry a round report for Prince Memorial C. M. E- Church. Rusk, Nov. 24. Sunday School was well attended at all churches Sunday. Rev. C. H. Carter was at his post day and night. Rev. Car. ter preached a strong sermon Sun day night to a large congregation. He told them some great things along the Christian life, text Jen. 32, "Believe In Prayer." Collection $20.64. Rev. Carter is a great man and a excellent preacher, he has lived the life he preached and ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 November 1921

THR DAI.US KXrnFSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. XOVEMHER 20. 1921. THE PALLAS EXfRKhS N FIPST IN SfcUVlC MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning In tli ymr at 2iO Swiss Avenue by OA 1. 1-AS RXritKSS I-IIII.ISIIIXO COMPAKY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Toxaa. KORKIU ADVKKTIKINO REI'HE-KKNTATIVEl W. It. ar.lff rmpT. WW Seotli bear ben strr, CklraKa, 111. W. II. 7.lff Campanr. Morton ItnlldlnK 11A f.mmt Hum Direct, brrr lork, N. Y. "r THE lixLLXS ixi'RKSS, sinsciurrioxs ix advance. One Year f 2.25 Six Months 125 Three Vonths .. - .75 Single Copy 05 KOTK'H TO TUB VVUVIC. Anv erroneous Teflnctlon upon the churaotpr. Htnndlns, or reputation of any ppriion, firm or corporation which n.i5- a .pour In the column, of The I'allas Exprei will he Kindly cor reeled upon It being- brought to the attention of the publisher. Entered at Pot Office at Dallas, Tfxna, u cond-clat ninttor, under Act of ConKie". March, 1879 IMI'OIITANT. No ubcrlptlon mailed for a pe rlod left than...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 November 1921

THE DAIjTjAS EXPRESS, PAIXAS, TEXAS, SATIKIHV, NOVEMBER 26, 1021. page mm TEXAS TOWNS. I The delicate phase of the Confer ence, of course, is the far Kastern Cuney, Nov. 24. Sunrtav School question. This Indeed, must be handled onH T ' V T tt ,,., u,, , i with gloves. Hut these practical obser and B. 1 . T. V., were both largely valioiis n.av 0e made, from the vievv attended yesterday. Hew J. C. Brown point of the man "born to blush un filled his regular appointment and "'n" There seem to be, everywhere, preached two able sermons. Collec. ftlM. an, "men?" U tions were good. Hon. H. L. Price would be manifestly unkind to attri- Who is ncain enndurtinc a K nf P drive in San Anionio, writes that he Is doing nicely with the drive and that he is still working and pushing things for Cuney and that he can see brighter days for Cuney. Frof. J. L. Hamilton made a busi ness trip to Talesiine, Saturday. Mr. Bishop Sneed and W. C. Cnry spent a few days in Dallas, last week. Rev. Thos Simms is i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 November 1921

PAGK Sit . ... Hi Uti MM 1M Ii I! I! 11 II 31 iff rn U mi V If 3 ii M n f i i I E i uu eg 00 ii ii ft 9 1 II Hi ft IK 1 M 1' kJ .(1, u, Pi. i 8 x.C I 111 H g i it y yy ill I ii hit MM- II THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAri, 8ATXHPAY, JfQVEMBEB 86. 1021. ll!lllllllllllllilllllllf s 3 S3 3 3 5 3 3 llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUiniHIl 1 m Vv7.i3 0 0 WW u uu I UVi F H I flllll I IIHHIIIIUII Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll MllllllltlllllllllMIIIHIIIlllllllM kiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiM -For Life and Health and Strength to do our daily tasks we are Thankful. . . . For friends and a Reasonable amount of Prosperity we are Thankful. -For Souls which, tortured by the hard pace of Life's highway, stand the strain and never waver, we are Thankful. . . . -For that abiding faith in Him from whom all strength and blessings flow, to know that whate'er our lot, it all but goes to make our liv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 November 1921

-a. n lfc.t - THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 26, 1921, PAGE SEVER. .-. . ui iL... .. HMiiniwi.n.iiiini in ,n.. iiiniiiiinni ill lull i ,i iiiiimi n im n mi oil WW ..,' w:. mmimammmrmmm ! Him I IIMI)llM'ii'W iw 'IIIWI' WIMIHIimi l i.,, n 4 t o o I.: 0 no 1 Tiae MAJKTIC THGATPE Anao un c e .p Entire Right Section of Balcony For i Colored at 25c War Tax Inc. ELEVATOR SERVICE Hi IS- Ns; 91 aiaJ WlMIHIIII rnrnmn ..Tw.a. rr r Wit wi i Hiiniiiw y i iiiiMiiiHMiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiMHMDiMMmiinaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiitiiiiiiioiiMiiiiniiDiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiitiiiiDiimiiiii iiuiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiuiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiuioiiiiuiiiiiiaiiiiuiiiiiiaiiiiiiiHiiiQiiiiiniiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiKiiaiiiiiiiiiiiir SATURDAY, NOV, 26TH SPECIAL FEATURE ATTRACTION LESTER CUNEO in "THE MASKED AVINGER" His latest western feature production- Full of ACTION, THRILLS and PEP. COMING WKDNKSDAY. PK.O. 7TII ELMO ijncoln ill "ADVENTURES OF TAIWAN" SUNDAY, NOV. 27TH JACK HOXIE in "THUN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 November 1921

A THR IU.T,AS EXPRESS,- IA1,T,A3, TEXAS, BATCRPAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921. PAGB EIGHT 4.4 ''' Texas Towns Cleburne, Nov. 24. AH member Oiuibury, Nov. 24. The Bell are requested to be present at the .dedication at Mt. Ebo Baptist . ... m r,,., ichurch was a grand affair under the rally at Mt. Zion Baptist church, ,-, band. Rev. unaay, isov. in. ah maies ar iu Robnet (white) officiated raise $200.00 and men $300.00. Theodore Grimes of Dallas is visit ing his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Heard. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ycarger are visiting their mother and motherJn-law at White Wright. Mr. Will Phillips has re turned from Breckenridge- Messrs. Moore, A. Small. Harlan Jackson, Horace Alexander and Archie Rice attended the foot ball game at Wa rn. Rev. Wyatt preached his fare, well sermon at the C. M. IS. church 8undav, and is attended the An nual Conference at McKlnney, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Jay visited Ifreir uncle at Covington sunaay. The Hallowe'en party given at the residence of Mr...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 January 1922

03 5c PER COPY 5c PER COPY E YERTWII EKE EVEBIWnERE ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE .r r,;:"'.j .. , .., - ..m., ... I. - - - -,.--,, ..... " ' - i . ; i " - 1 . ; Founded by W. E. King. , "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. 2ji5 Feb ANKVM ; ; ; , , .- : , : : - , VOL. XXil. NO. 12. " THeT PALLAS DALLAS. TEXAS. BATCKDA., JANUARY 7, 10--. ' . " ' "PRICE! FIVE ' CNTS "nrp(o- J 7 Ly J Li 151 La Lm Ij J, Announcement From Tuskegee Gives Number as Larger Than For 1920. Rape Al leged in Only 19 Cases- Less Than One-third. According to the records compiled at Tuskcgee Institute by the Depart ment of Records and Research, Mon roe N. Work, In charge, there were 72 instances In which officer of the law prevented lynching- Of these 8 were in Northern States arfd 64 were In Southern States. In 1920 there were D such Instances, 46 In South ern States. In 66 of the canes, the prisoners were removed, or the guar...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 January 1922

- f :.;.. - .... vr r : ' THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DAI.MH, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1923. r r tmo. v . Personal Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sims and Mr. Jno. Hawkins were entertained, at N.w Year'- dinner by Mrs. Ida Wil llams. 1014 Alien street. Miss Mabel Trice of Hawking, Texas, was entertained by Mrs. Nannie Younp:. Christine Jonhson and Col. G. Price at the residence of Mrs. Hollaway, Thursday night, ' Dec. 29. The party consist of about 35 guests. There were card games, fouune telling and dancing for en joyment. Salad, punch, cake and cream were served In three courses. Cigarettes and candy were passed during the guinea. Mrs. Johnson received guests and intriMluced Miss Trice. Mrs. Young had charge of refreshment. Mr. Col. U. Price made fun for the party. Carnations were given Miss Price. Mihs Price came to Dallas to spend a week with her three brothers, W'ardell, Ham and Col. O. Price. Dr. A. II. Wallace of Clarksville, T(-xufl, was In the city this week on business. Mil's Willie Mae Bi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 January 1922

THB PA1XA8 EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1022. I'Af.K TEIntTK N WORLD of SPORT OFFERS JIB DEMPSEY 100,0110 TO FIGHT HARRY WIUS MASON OF P. V. PICKS TEXAS ALL STAR ELEVEN. The custom of selecting all-star teams in various phases of athletics -which has obtained among white . colleges in beginning to find way with the Colored athletic promoters and followers. It is Just in very recent years that sufficient interest prevailed among Colored people to warrant the maintenance of an as sociation of any sort. But now that there is an interest it is appropri ate that some such custom as has pevailed among the whltesc in nam ing and publishing all-star terms should be adopted among Colored people. In keeping with this idea, therefore. I am submitting herewith a team, which has been selected after careful consideration of all this year's participants In the sport of foot ball within the conference. Line-up. Ends Owens, Prairie View; Hines, Wiley. Tackles Morgan, Paul Quinn, Poll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 January 1922

THK MIXA.S EXl'Itl-SS. JlALUS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1022. rr.", rct n if' 1 TUB DALLAS EXritKSS NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning in the- vcnr at 2t;oi) Swiss Avenue by THK DAI, LA RAI'UKSS I'l COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texan. FoniJia advertising hepiik- K.WATIVEi W. II. '.Iff Company, 008 Baulk Dear ban Mrtrl, ChlfBRO, 111. W. II. .Iff Company, 404 Mlrtoi HulhllnK lll F.ntil Alum Mreet, IVrwr lark, W. 1. Til C D A L L A SE X I K l5sS sin.stKirxios ix advance. One Year.....'. 12.25 Six Months............ 1.25 Thr" Months .75 Single Copy - 05 1SOT1CH TO THE I'UIII.IC. Any erroneous reflection upon the rhsrscter, etnmlinR; or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which msv appear In the columns of The I n It n h Kxpress will h Kindly cor rected upon Ita being brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Pout Office at Dallaa, Texas, n second-clae"! matter, under Act of Congress, March. 1879 IMI'OHTANT. No subscriptions ma...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 January 1922

THE IAI,I,,8 KXPKKSS. DALLAS, TKXA3. SATIRDAY. JANUARY 7, 1922. tAGH nVB EVENTS OF XIXKTKKV A XI) TWKXTY-OXE. January 24 th. Tollce officers killed Will McGillon, on Browder street. Meflilton, was a member of St. John Baptist Church and stood well in the community. Jan. 30. Colored man hurls switch bar into street car at the conductor and narrowly mlssilng passengers. February 9. Eddie Miller, Colored, shot his wile because she refused to obey hint. March !). Negro politicians or ganize and draft platform In which recognition in city government Is asked. Police and truant officers were included In the document. March 10. Political committee disagrees as to which city ticket to endorse. Marcch 16. Government census sets Dallas Negro population at 24,323. March 17. Mark Walker, Color ed man wbo shot and wounded po lice Sergeant riant in Munger Ad dition, received sentence of five years Imprisonment in state peni tentiary. March 25. E. H. Smith, white man Is exonerated by grand jury fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 January 1922

t:CK SIV THE D.WXAft EAPnKSS, DALbAS, TEXAS. RAT11U)AY, JAVTAKT 7, 1922. I TEXAS TOOTS v M.irxtmli, Jan. 6. Rev. E. Wiley, one of Marshall's leading and pros perous citizens and ministers and preachers of the. C. M. E. church dk,! at Toxarkana, after an opera tion for gaut stones. 102 taken from him. He survived several day, but pas.ted Into, the great beyond. He kuH hAf.n in the service of the mas ter about 4 5 years, was 65 years old. Horn July 8, 1856, he wan maae presiding elder of the Marshall dis trict of the C. M. E. church. He was never able to fill his appoint ment taking seriously 111 on his re turn home. Dr. J. It. Shepherd, a leading doctor and surgeon of this county used all means to ktp tnis eminent divine upon the land of the living. His funeral was attended from Miles Chapel C. M. E. church of which he was a member. Sat urday. Dec 31. 1921. Bishop Cot trell. officiating. Haywood Under takers, director. Interment In Over ton cemetery, Sunday, Jan. 1, 1922. Mr. Thomas ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 January 1922

PACK BKTEX aSSSJoUSSSiSSKiS) ;3 MtX THE DAlitiAS KXPRKS8, PAMPAS, TKXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1P22. I TP the rmxciiss art club. The ladles of the Princess Art Club entertained their husbands with a few invited guest on Thursday evening, Doc. 29th, the lovely home of the president, Mrs. O. G. Love. A short program was rendered. Miss Annie Mae Covington presided at the piano while Master Lanzie de mons accompanied with his violin. A lovely display of art work was on exhibition. A guessing Bee was one of the features of the evening. Mrs. Clemmons guessed nearest the lucky number and was the recipient of a lovely prize. Other social games were, played while the punch bowl was being steadily relieved of Its contents. A doliclous two course luncheon was served. Everyone expressed themselves as having enjoyed the evening. Mrs. O. G. Love, Pres. Mrs. 8. M. Brown, Rept. COKTICKLLI ART CLUB. Mrs. Pearl Isaacs was hostess to the Corticelll Art Club Wednesday, Dec. 27, 1921. A goodly number was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 January 1922

1 S PAGB JEKJHT THK DALLAS KXPTYKSS, IHIXAS, TEXAS- SATIftDAV. JANUARY T. 1P82. g Tin - . 'hmhmmmmmmhhmw mmimmmmvImbhmm 1 ' TM&O GEORGIA. CITY MALL 'AUDITORIUM, FRI., JAN. 13, RUSCO and HOCKWALUb i Famous Georgia Minstrels 40 40 5 It ! 1 1 f i V I I A i V JET S" I n 11 i. r QNy OF-IX HMO IN TH2 WORLD wmcland Opdkestm WiraiFORTHE STREET THE CNLY SHOW OF ITS KINO IN THE WORLD NEARLY HALF A CENTURY OF SUCCESS PEOPLE BAND AND ORCHESTRA 15 1AODElflLLE ACTS 15 PRICES $1.00 AND $1.50-PLUS TAX Seats Now on Sale, at Drakes Drug Store, Main arid Harwood Streets STREET PARADE AT MOON TTTTTtTTTt TTTTTfTTfTTffTTf TWO tJAKVKVITKS THItOWIV Ol'T AT A. It. It. MKKTINtJ. New York, Jan. 5. Free speech wag amply vindicated and the super Kovernment of the Garvey crowd given a severo set back when on Thursday evening, Dec. 22, the Af rican Wood Btotherhood held the fifth of it national series of mass meetlnga at 1'alace Casino in the face of the elation of the Garrey followers over the success of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 January 1922

v .1" GOOOTH ::iiVK3ITY OF' T1SSAS : . 5c PER COPT 5c PER COPY ETERTWHEKE I EYEBYWHEttE ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE fte mm ' 1 . i , L ; . ; - " Founded by WYE. King "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. $2.25 PEK ANNUS! VOIi. XII. KO. 19. '. H- DALLAS K.M'BKSS. PAULAS, TKXAS, SATl'BPAr, JANUARY 14, 1022. PWCBlWENTa (If tm ninAirnn H mum J Says That Discriminatory Tactics Have Marked Actions of the Legion Since Close of War. Produces Correspondence in Proof (By A. N. P.) New York, N. Y., Jan. 12. Captain Napoleon Ii. Marshall, vetcian of the 1 World War and at present an officer in the Famous Fifteenth New York Regiment, charges the American Le gion with unfairness to Negro form er soldiers, in a special statement- to ttie Associated Negro Press. Mr. Marshall's office is at 2295 Seventh Avenue, New York City, and he is calling on the newspapers of the country to assist him in geetlng in touch wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 January 1922

THE PALLAS KXPftr38. DAK LAS, TB.TAB, SATCKDAT, JANUARY 14, IVOL H1 II. lll'J I I.K.I. (HI IK -II KM ... if 1 I 1 ' "- ' 'v .' . . I 1.JT'-V i II .. . I ..Art nil T I LZ?SC-rrT.,hS iV Hill I Personal 14 r Mrs. Lucy Nurn, Is- confined to ber borne at 332 Miller avenue. Mrs. Susie Noel, Mrs. Catherine Anderson and Miss Roberta Douglass of Shorman are visiting Mrs. Joe Patton, 335 Miller avenue. . On Jan. 10th, Mrs. Ida Bacon. 309 Cliff street, surprised her hus band, Mr. Florine Bacon with a birthday party which marked his 23rd mile post. The affair took place at tho home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Bacon, 808 Cliff street, many friends were pres ent and many valuable presents pre sented. The reporter happened along before the cake was all gone and was told to help himself. Mrs. Clara Moore, 1113 E. 9th street, is doing nicely. Mrs. A. B. Ellis ts confined to bed at Iier home, 1028 K. 8th St, The home of Rev. O. L. Coleman, 100 Cliff street was burglarized while they were at bo...

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