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

-53. . THK DALLAS EXPKKKS, DALLAS, TKXAS, SATlRI Y, FKHRl'ARY 4, 1022. PAliK SKVKS. o CLAIMS PORTLAND BOUT MADE TATE BEST HEAVY WEIGHT. Mm 0RLD OF SPORT i o o -J Al Spink Praises Negro Pugilists -Howard Wins High Rating in Penn Relay Races-Base Ball and Other Sport. CLAIMS PORTLAND ROUT MADE TATK REST HKAVY WEIGHT. Tulc's Manager SMik.s. Chicago, Feb. 2. When Informed a few nights ago that New York promoters were bidding on a match between Dempsey and Wills, Kid Howard, Manager of Bill Tate, Color ed heavweight champion spouted right out loud. "Bill Tate is Colored heavyweight champion of the world by virtue ol a win consideration when It comes to a mixed match for the champion ship. Tate can whip Wills anytime they step into the ring and, regard less of my man's connection with the Dempsey camp on various oc casions, he would give a tip-top ac count of himself with the champion. "Tate's victory over Wills has given the big fellow the confidence j he lacked before. He is ripe for th...

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. — 4 February 1922

THK PALLAS DALLAS. TKXA8, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1922. Without a doubt, the boot and moot excellent Article of 1U kind a combination HAIH (.HOWKR tuid HAIR STRAIGHT ENER. Give the hair a natural soft aud silky appearance. sthnulattng hair growth in some HAlRcJfoWfR OVERTON HYGIENIC CD TTTTT Tyler, Keb. 2. Mrs. Katie McFad - uv Mr kj5r ' hit HMniyw mneoreiiiTtf V.v, l n AHD Heouivrefi lira, ' y ' RlKmnem wamcMoiM rt2L '1.1 fc3T"HAi mihi tl ' 13 !iot Ot TM Ul "t" . . 'ldL 111 MO J I raw Mi tB-MoBoly, teacher at Wills, Texas, announce the marriage of Miss Jes vas In the city Saturday and Sun-'Me ThoinDson to Mr. Willie Pen- slay visiting husband and other rel- tires. MIbs Willie Barrett, teacher ru..,.. i., c.,. ahopplng and making arrangement for a program Keb 22nd. Married: Mr. Willie Woods and Mis Dottle K. Jones-Robi January 22 the . brides elr avemuv wad the Impressive ceremony that made thean man and wife Miss Ixtuise King served as brldeimtld and Mr. ... . best man. The fcrlde an...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 February 1922

f 5c PER COP 5c PER COPY ETEBIflHEEE 1 VCY JD ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by W. E. King VOL. XM. NO. 17. nil DR. L K. WILLIAMS, FORMER PASTOR OF MACEDONIA, LECTURES TO CHI CAGO PLACE LIFE. UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ON OF CHURCH IN COMMUNITY (Uy A. N. P.) Chicago, III., Fob. 9. The students of the University of Chicago heard, last Friday, a remarkable story of the development of an unusual Negro church. Ir. L. K. Wl'liams, Pastor of Olivet Ilaptist ehurch spoke in the divinity chapel to a standing; room audience on tn'e "bject "Making the Church n Community Asset." His hearer followed him with intense, not only because' it was novel to hear a Negro speak in the chapel but also because of the message which he brought. The strength of the message was that it presented Olivet Baptist church, not as a shell, a mere or ganization, a house, but as a living and working organism among our ipeople, a people with living strug gling souls. It presented Olivet as a church with th...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 February 1922

PACE TWO THE DALLAS' EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1922. Towns Pittsburg, Feb. 9. Sunday School well attended at all churches. Ser vices well attended at all churches except St. Paul and Pine Bluff Bap tist church. Rev. S. Whitlow return from Texarkana, Saturday and preached to a very appreciative au dience Sunday morning and night. Miss Beatrice Alexander gave a Mid winter program and reception at the kindergarten school room Thursday evening. Visitor, Rev. M. Lynn. Prof. H. W. Terry. Mr. C. Dyke Baker, Miss Vernell Remp. Hot chocolate and cake were served. All made complimentary remarks of her work. The Little Sunbeam Junior choir gave a social at the residence of Mrs. Opal Harris, Sat urday night, chill, crakers. Ice cream and cake were served. The W. H. M. S. circle was entertained at the home of Mrs. Lena Ames Thursday night. Miss Clara B. Mays, formerly Indianapolis, Ind., the National double voiced singer, elocutionist, imitator and Impersonator gave a rental...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 February 1922

"'"..". ft i A , : . ,,J , M .Xjmj.. THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS, SATt'RDAY, FKIIRUARY 11, 122. PAOK THREE o THESE USED FURNITURE VALUES ARE REAL You'll save much money if you buy Furniture in our Exchange Department this week. Our Exchange Depart ment is over crowded with Furniture suitable for the best of homes, and on sale at prices lower than we ex pect to offer again this year, and in addition to these special prices, we offer you our easiest terms of payment CREDIT IS YOUR PURSE AT THE HOME. MBfry mnmimmmmmmimammm OIL COOK STOVICS. '2 Hurner Florence Oil Stove, (special $14.00 ) $1.00 CaBh, $1.00 Weekly , 4 Burner New Perfection, slightly used, , $27.50 ' $2.00 cash, $1.00 Weekly. 1 4 Burner Florence Range, slightly used, $29.75 '$2.00 Cash, $1.00 Weekly. 5 PIECE 1JREAKFAST SUITE $10.50 Almost good as new, has been reflnished In Old Ivory and stripped with brown. Includes Gateleg table and (our bow-back chairs, special $19.50 $1.50 Cash, $1.00 Weekly, Fumed Oak China Cab...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 February 1922

THE DALLAM KXPHKBS. D.U.US, TEXAS. BATTKDAY, FKimiTAHY 11. 1022. THE DALLAS EXPRESS CLUVICE MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning lo the year at 2600 Bwl( Avenue by TUB DALLAS RXPRKSft I'CBLIMIINQ COHPANT. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. FOItEIU AUVEIITM1NG REFniS- : 1 , SESTATIVEi W. 8. Jllff Com ran y, 608 Sauth Dear bo n ttlrret, 4'hk-aKO. III. W. B. 7,lff CuBfinr, 404 Martaa Balldlna 11 Kaat Maaaaa Street, Hrf Vark, W. Y. EDUCATION AND "THE PROBLEM. Entered at Post Office at Dallas, Texas, a secont-clas mstter, under Act of Congress. March, Ul W POUT AWT. No subsrrlMlnns mailed for a pe rlod lens than three months. Payment lor same muKt ne yd cents. THE DALLAS KXntKSS, SinSCHU'TIONS IN ADVANCE. One Year : 12.25 Bix Months 1.25 Tore Months - 7 Single Cody- -05 XATIMC TO TIIR I'CKLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the .-..-.... firm n- .nrnnnHnn W h I may appear In the columns of The I'Biias r.xprens win ur kihuiy : rected upon Its being brought ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 February 1922

THK DAIX.tS KXI'HKSS, DAI.KAK, TKXAS. SATFRHAY. KRRRTARY 11, 1022. FAGja rrvm mm - V.-V rf Vn; A Full-Size Package of My Wonderful Hair Beautifiers 0 FREE r , r-1' I WANT to prove to you that my scientific pro ducts have no equals for feeding, straightening and beautifying the hair. Thereforel am making you the unusual oPer of a full-size package of any of my three preparations FREE. I am confident that when you have tried the Lea Products, you will uae them always. The I ce Hair Preparations are not based on dreams, guesswork, or "family recipes." They are high-grade, scien tifie products -the result of many years' training and re search. If you want a real cleaner of the hair and scalp, a real hair grower and the most satisfactory pressing oil on the market, try Dr. Lee's Sage Shampoo Dr. Lee's Tonic Hair Grower Dr. Lee's Tonic Pressing Oil Th retrular price of these splendid hair beautifiers is 60c a package However, for a short time, 1 will GIVEAWAY a regular FULL-SIZE package o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 February 1922

PACK SIK THK DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS, SATfUnAT, FEBRUARY 11, 1922. TEXAS TOWNS mm me. irrwrinnrwirwior 3?3,3f3? ;r:C5C3C3Cl?5C5;5??"F"?f 5f 3'3?3e3f3C3C3f 5'5r 55r5C;r--?r3:i::C"C2;;C2;;.iwiwJi iii.-i-i i.itititiiiwititiw 2C2 Italy, Feb. 9. Mount Zion A. M. 1j. Sunday school was well attended wHh pastor. Rev. A. J. Williams at itia post. Mrs. E. Owens is visiting her relatives in Hubbard, after which she will visit Mexia, before return ing home. The M. E. Sunday school was well attended with Supt. W. H. iims at his post. At the Union Baptist church Sunday school wag well attended. At 11:45 the pastor r. A. Prince, preached a powerfer ful sermon. At 6:30 p. m. the B. S. P. U. met with President Far inen at his post. At 7:30 p. in. Rev. P. A. Prlnco delivered a sermon concerning enforcement of the law in Texas. At the First Baptist church Sunday School was well at tended. Sick listed: Willie Daniel, Emma Flakes Gainewi llle, Feb. 9. The remains of Mrs. Eula Burris arrived here f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 February 1922

v ' Mia jm THE DALLAS KXPRESS, DALLAM, TKXAS, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1922, PAGE 8EVER: Notice to The Jurisdic tion of Texas of The Seven Stars of Consoli dation of America. . Oh yen!.. Oh yes! Oh yes! ."Take heed and govern yourselves accord ingly. The Board of Directors of the jurisdiction of Texas is hereby called to met in Dallas at the Py thian Temple on March the 25th, 1922. To the members of the board of directors act at the time" when the Grand Lodge, of the Seven Stars of Consolidation of America was called off in 1915 on account of the adequate rate system. The object of this organization is very much minunderstood, and of ten misrepresented; even do pre judiced minds ascribe design to it that are wholly foreign to its char ter. We deem It a duty that we owe to the order of those not mem bers of it to remove from the mind of the uninitiated those dark imagi nations and clouds of prejudice, and them to hear us for our cause, and to give the matter proper and thor ough invest...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 February 1922

9 AijL!i. . . , ,.rl..--iM,. MIMi.,WMIiwTil-ft - .iwf ir ,-iHT ' MMt iii'iff ' " " " "r ' "" PAOB EIGHT THE DALLAS EXPRESS. PAMPAS, TEXAS, KATntPAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1922. ! ANNUAL REPORT OF THE FISCAL YEAR , OF THE DICKSON COLORED ORPHANAGE, BEGINNING JAN. 4, 1921, AND ENDfKG JAN. 4, 1922. THE TWENTY-SECOND ANNUALREPORT OF THE GENERAL MANAGER OF THE DICKSON COLORED ORPHANAGE TSus feat been a peculiar year in the history of the Orphan Home. God has wonderfully blessed xts with health and something to eat, almost perfect health in the Institution and no deaths. The institution has grown and made improvements in every way. A larger group of friends throughout the State, and a greater interest maniiested by the mem-, bers of the board as a whole. They have done much. They have done much to make the work a success. The financial condi tion of the country has made the year's work very hard; and, yet it has been very " peasant. " In the last 21 years more than 5,300 ' children have been place...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 March 1922

Read About Historical London Bridge, in DR. ABINGTON'S Articles Beginning March 18th Ir. Abington Landed In France Jan. 24. Watch for his Articles. ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE ,J)y mm Watch for Dr. Abington's Article Beginning next Month. a r r. A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE Founded bj W. B. King "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. fa6 PER AJTNUM VOI;. XXIX, NO. 21. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TKXA8, SATURDAY, MAItCH 11, 1922. " " PRICE FIVE CENTS fo) nn n nMra mi ltd uu invnn Ml 1- Jal lio AFTER PERFORMING BEFORE CROWN ED HEADS AND HOLDING UNRIVALLED HIS PLACE AS AMERICA'S FOREMOST COMEDIAN HE ANSWERS THE FINAL ANTI-LYNCHING MEMORIAL TO SENATE SIGNED BY LEADERS. New York. N. Y.. March 9. Uert Williams, world famous comedian Is di-ud at hi home, a victim of pneu monia. Ho had been tIIl only a short time. ., ITc had been starring thin season In "Under the Bamboo Tree." He was taken seriously III In Detroit, while filling li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 March 1922

PAiK TWO THE DALLAS EXTRKSH, PALLAH, TKXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1922. r ) ,m,ntmHWiwmiiiwitwiMiwMOfflMmw ii io vAiin Mum QynnT nn tnih? j ,4iiiii,euuisiuiiaiuHiiiiiiiuaiiHiiM wttiiMiuiiwuiiuiiowiiiuMini Ill I UU II- II ill it WHViii Do It brk off or isu aui .- -,o" ."alp di.fe. or m.rt th.n a norra.l mt .f P E a 6 3 3 E S a C 2 l! Pi II II E 3 II- S3 1 fa If Vou hould set .t once begin liu MADAME K A FRANKLIN'S HAIR GKOWER. It matte not how many Hsir Preparations you have tried without ..,. you should not become ducouraged and live up before giving my Hair Grower trial. It has promoted Abundant owth of hair for thousanda and will do ?he tame for you. 1 alo teach my Sy.Um ky m.il or by lron. WriU for Information and term, today. MY SPECIAL OFFER To thoe deslrlni to try mi wonderfiil "?'r..Pi?A1 tlnn. I will mail, on requet. a SIX WELKS IK'Al, as - a S3 TREATMENT, conltinu of Shampoo, nair urower ..... I'reinZ Oil. with full Instruction, how to u.e the "me. for only S1.10. One trial t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 March 1922

1 THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS,' TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1922. PACJB THREE!. nn ........ M M ........ ' I ,.,... .... M ........ ' ........ i . . , n r ........ , . 1 . . . ...... A . . . ... ' ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ . ........ I ........ ........ ........ ....... ........ ' .....j... IX I , . , . .... ........ ........ ........ .. ........ ........ fffffffTTl! TTTTTTTTTfTTVTTTTTTTT A A A A A A AAA t A A AAA AAA A A AAA A I DALLAS MUST NOT LET THE ORPHANS SUFFER!! The Campaign, though progressing nicely, leaves the Orphanage far short of its Budget. Thousands now living in Dallas have never contributed. You can't afford to live in the midst of plenty and allow the Orphans to suffer. ; T t ' if f: . i 1 A- A- t i; "It Is More Blessed To Give Than Receive" 4 ifTi'"--Vf ' Vt-'' , j ' ;v ' :- " .-, ' . '' .. :. v A Croup of OrphaiiH and Instructors. A Group of Orphans and Instructors. Some Information About Cur Work of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 March 1922

THE DALLAS EXIItKKK, IMLLAtt, TKXAH, SATntDAY, MARCH 11. 1P22. PAH POUR r. Abington's Articles Begin in our Issue of March .18th ft 1 S -1 ; THE PALLAS EXPBESS MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning In the year at JCOO Swiss Avenue by TIIU DALLAS RXPHKKN 1'UliLIHIIIlVU COMPANY. (Incorporated) . Dallas. Texas. rOHEIO ADVKHTI11NO REPHK HRN'I'ATIVKl W. B. Titt Cempaar, 08 gsalk Dear kn Mreet, Chirac. III. W. B. .Iff (msany, 4M Marts ItalMlaa ll Rast Nassaa "treat, Hew Vork, N. Y. Entered at I'ot Office at Dallas, Texas, as second-class matter, under Act of Congress. March. 1879 IMPORTANT. No subscriptions mailed for a pe riod less than three months. Payment for same must ba 75 cents. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, SinSCHirTIOAS IN ADVANCE. One Year B4x Months Three Monihs... Single Copy 2.25 ..1.25 75 , 05 ROTICH TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of ny person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 March 1922

THE DALLAS KXPKKKS. DALLAS, TKXAS, RATITIDAT, MARCH 11, 10.22. ffiUfSlng thG FamUy- Eiwood supped a Hale on nis pnronolooy stuff t Fisher : t - (OH. WATS TMfT CvMH . I CKH RCAO ) f MOoi TV IS BUP ") ; , f oTWNf- science of -ou tfwwafvireo. LntSAewoP k Nirl r, isiirA5Sc3 '-irt&jF? 1&liii'-iwStM "' '' ' " rf-. . INTERNATIONAL CARTOON CO N V.W well la captain of one club and Rose Cole la captain of the other. Mr. Wal ter Kola.nd Is expected hlme coon. The Steward and Btewarde report for Prince Memorial C. M. E. church lat Monday night in the board was $39. Mr. Charles Ward will Rive a bar becuo for the Sunday School. Read the Dallas Express. Somebody better be careful about visltlnef Mr. Green' chicken roost. Danger. 1 0 i ROMANCES OF NEGRO HISTORY I (Continued from last week). '(Copyright by thn Paramount Syndicate Company) TIIK TURNING POINT IN THR HIS TORY OF THK SLAVKS. Hy Alice Dunbar-Nelson. "Who would bo free, themselves must strike the blow. Now and then there comes a t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 March 1922

THK DALLAS EXPKKS8, IMIXAft, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH II, 1022. VAOK SiX I II 1 Texas Towns -Mm f o. Cumaninga I vl- Kibk her daughter in Howland. Rev. lri-Tlct hi MpintoMit at Mt. 7mm , and preached an able sermon In an appreciative audience. Mr, Ar thur Saul Is very ill on Dallas ave we. The. Sunday School baa plana on for he second Sunday in March to raise fund to beautify the church yard. Mrs. Gertrude Osley ha made her arrival homo after vlsltlg in Com mere several daya. Mr. George Rose ntod and Mra. Wester tnarrie in Greenville. They will make la1laa llielr future home, however. Mr. Jesse l-e la visiting hla sister in Dallas, tli I a week. Mr. Pie Coleman Is im provng at tha writing. Also Miss lierrelt .Is Improving to the delight of her many friends. Horn to Mr. nd Mra. Coiman. a fine hnby boy. prof. Nelson la very sick Ihla week im Chinch alreet. Martin. Mr. Both Stamps of Omaha Neb., la visiting home folk. Mr. Walk er Irvin left last week for Han An tt.nio, to bo (rone probab...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 March 1922

PAGE SKVKa. KID RORFOLK FLOORED fi! IB! UPPERCUT 10 THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1022. WORLD OF SPORT IEIIHE IIMSMII I "LL ,L I HARRY WILLS KAYO'S LAST ON DEMPSEY BASE BALL New York City, March 9. Harry Wills proved conclusively tonight in Madison Bn"are Garden that he is en titled to a chance at Jack Dempsey for the heavywclKht championship of the world. Wills knocked out Kid Norfolk, scrapper, with a rlRht hand upper-cut on the chin. The blow traveled no more than six Inches. So suddenly did the end come that the spectators were dumbfounded when they saw Norfolk spread out on the canvass with referee Kid Mc Fartland and Artie McOovern, one of the judges, counting over the rug srd little Colored boxor. When Wll s poked his right hand to Norfolk s hin the Kid seemed to stand rittld for at least a second before he crum pled to the floor. Jack Dempsey was In a box at the Hippodrome with Oov. Kdwards of New Jersey when word was brought that Harry Wills had kno...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 March 1922

i . rU& KltfliT . THE V.M.I AS KXPRtiW, PALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, MAHCH 11, lgSZ. A HEALER OF (iKEAi POWER. ill i 1 1 ! ! 1 m ? (i &iMMHi!iMi;M!!iiimiHiiimMiinn! i I I Slffl MCA (s5TuT FOR READING THIS NEWSPAPER Do You Ever Read The Newspapers? If so, then you have formed some idea as to how they should be ar ranged, what they should contain and what definite service they should perform in the community. WHAT-PLAGE fel gig hsma FILLS IN THE LIFE OF F.1Y COMMUNITY? Would you give your honest answer to that question if asked it by a friend? If you would, then you will eagerly grasp this opportunity to answer it for us and win a substantial cash prize. IB, IT'S A GRAND E 'J And its open to any person in Texas who is a regular reader of any periodical devoted exclusively to news of Negroes. Any man, "women or High School pupil may enter by simply writing his an swer to the above question in an essay of not more than 500 words and mailing it with enclosed stamp for reply to THE CO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 March 1922

um,M tiV... . .rzSj: NATIONAL NEGRO HEALTH . WEEK-APRIL 1 TO 9, 192 5 ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE I 11 Founded by W. E. King. ..7 Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. $2.25 PER ANNUM VOL, AX1X, KO. 23. lrife! DALLAS KXPKKSS, I).T,LAS, TKXAS, aATCltBAY, MARCH 25, 1928. ' PRICB FIVE CENTS r;i t-v. ! UVi u is zA ib liu . . iyi J 0 "CUNJURE DOCTOR" HIRED TO KILL IS SENTENCED WHILE HIS EMPLOYERS ESCAPE THE CHAIR. PUBLIC REVOLTS. Raleigh. N. C. March 23. A one armed, broken framed black man a "conjure doctor" sentenced to die in the electric chair during' the last week in March, has suddenly become an issue involving tlie self-respect of the Old North State. Hired by a white man and woman to kill the woman's husband, decrepit old Wright Rouse, twisted by rheu matism and maimed by" a cotton gin, has been condemned to die. while the white Instigators of the capital crime have escaped with penitentiary terms...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 March 1922

'. ' . i 1 : PAGE TWO THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DAIXAS, TE$AS, SATIRDAY, MARCH 25, 1022. :3 IB WORLD. OF l.AM.I'Oltl) tiCOHHS K O l. HOl'XD Ituntlusrtxn. W.J Va., March 23. Ham l.aiiKl"i'l. veteran pugilist sent Cyclone Kmllh, Denver to shut-eye town In the socond round, one night this week. IT CAN MB UMK AND THEY DIU IT After it lone; end desperate struggle to keep have ball alive In Hallas. the ambition ot a goal has been rachel after weeks of conference behind closed doors. Mid-night oil has been lavishly bur ned as a result of these activities, ul timate deliberations have ceased and the cauhe of professional base ball among: Negroes go marching on hence forth arid forver. In lieu of the above facts there Is much Joy In the heart of local fan dnm, as the pleasure of the great American past time will again -be fell by Negro worshipper W thj game. i V,,A' ' Again to the then upon 'whose shoulders rests tin responsibility of this achievement Is one hundred per rent loyal to the race to w...

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