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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 March 1922

THE DALLAS KXPIJKSS, DALLAS, TKXAS. SATl'IlDAY, MARCH 23. 1022. PACE T11REH. tin Texas Towns jubu&afrKfcjftKkjt ,) Weatherford. Services were well at tended at all churches Sunday. Sun day schools are reported still Im proving with the efforts of the mem berships. Rev. Harllee was called to Dallas to attend the funeral of ltev. C. C. Christian. Kev. Garnett went to Thurber. Thursday. Mrs. Ellen Young and mother went to Mineral Wells for a few days. Mr. Walter Nolund H0p"vo7 th.wJ3 contestants. They received priVei Mrs Geneva Lacy and children spent tntvl? Jay" wi,,h her mother and i?,ther- !r- and Mrs Abernathy. Mrs r.K,ra Rlaclweirs club will lv a Lrfri,pper.at,th8 M""lc hall. The entertainment given at Mrs. Henrietta nM,ii"i,wa," an "-""--nt afair. Mr. Mr hL?U.Cke!: a.nd Jamse Abanathy leadership in the church. Mr. Will fwli,' $wy re?dv to do for the ?h' .Mo,nv raised last Monday J23.45 C" M E- board wa ..nun".I.'Sl.lnday wai" a :rpa' dy ILi""U1L irhaP'' A. M. K. church. Sunda...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 March 1922

f AGB VOVR THE DALLAS EXPRESS MfclWBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning In tho year at 2C00 Swiss Avenue by TUB DALLAS F.XPRKKS rillMMIIXU COM PA NT. (Incorporated) Dalian. Texas. KOItEIU ADVERTINHVC1 HKPHK KKN'PATIVKl W. ' B. 7lf f ('mlir, 608 geota Dear fean tttrrr). hl.nn. III. W. H. Z.lrt lumpiar, 404 Martoa nalldlna 1J Kut KiMia Direct. New York. W. T. Entered at Post Office at Pallas, Texas, as second-class matter, under Act or Congress, March, lain IMPORTANT. tto subscriptions mailed for a pe riod 1h8 than three months, Payment (or same must b 76 cents. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, sntscRiraioxs ix adyamk. $2.25 1.25 One Year Hi Months Three Months 75 8lngle Copy ............ .05 notice: to tub pchmc. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Dallas Express will be gladly cor rected upon Its being- brought to the attention of the publishers. THE DALLAS ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 March 1922

...... j7tf".t-'Ai-.-'"1'' 3:.. SKT 0 THK PU.I.AS KM'RKSS, DAM-AS, TEXAS, SATl RflAY. MARCH S3. 11K!2. PAGB ftvt Raising the Family It was persistence not suspicion that prompted the auestion Ffsner I , ., , , TO MEHADTHE ( 0ES , i,V W RS? (MN WN VTT O I BOTTLES? EBLVETS FOB. TH .. " - V (T 9 I Oi l ""ft S ,N TJllJ 3 ! ' l I I j jyi KjpUJj '&S&T&,f-0..rS 5SiSiesaf ' SSSSgfajEsS ggg "j INTERNATIONAL CARTOON CON Y. . SiKryP In tha city. Mrs. Chas. Alexander of Cleburne is here the guest of her win and sinter, Mr. A. II. Alexander and Mrs. H. J. Huckcr. Dunbar school Is doing fine. The arrival of Dr. W. K. Shallonhorno and family Is hourly expected. The citizen of Mineral Wells am glad Indeed to have a phy fielan of their own. Lawyer LSetts van wan nicely entertained at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Shep herd Monday night. mm? pfii p Mmm Texas Towns. TeuKiie. I1r. It. 11. llarduo of Hal las was In the city on the 15th inst... on lniortanl business. Mr. lien Watts and fami...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 March 1922

PAGE SIX TIIK DALLAS KXI'ItKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 2.1, 1022. ovvvvvvyvvyvv 5 M Inc. UALLAo LArKLoo to UN oAIX lii M ' UALLAo Al- AshforcTs Shining Parlor Central Ave. Williamson's Drug Store Dm near Hawkins Peoples Drug Store Hall and Central. Miss L A. Shaw Hall Street. Richerson's Cafe Jackson Street. Norris Grocery San Jacinto Street. Roberson's Shining Parlor Central and Bryan Street. Little Gem Shining Parlor Central Ave. DALLAS EXPRESS SECURES LAWYER T. S. CLARK AS FIELD REPRESENTATIVE ' The Dallas Express Publishing Co., feels Itself fortunate In being able to secure the services of Mr. T- 8. Clark, a young lawyer, a graduate Of the Webster College of Law at Chicago, who is now a resident of ur city. Mr. Clark Is well known through out the state, having been prom inently connoted with the Amerl ican Mutual Insurance Company for a number or years, serving iu - rlniiB (nnaclties from the Inception of the company until four years, go when he wont to Chicago to ; stu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 March 1922

THK DALLAS KXl'RKSS, PAMPAS. TEXAS, SATI'IHIAY, MARCH 83, 1022. 1 GRAND CENTRAL IAI I ALWAYS BETTER PICTURES -5 v. H ft i JOHN IIAHItlH. Manager. IUES. &WED..MAR. 28-29 LOTTIE PICKEORD in "THEY SHALL PAY" When nor fathr died In , priMiin from the diwrrace fol-( lowinir a Wall street manlp- iilutinn that had been f ram- ed on him, Margaret Seldon , swore to make the guilty ( men pay for the wrong done i her futher. Then befran the Kill's lone fiKht. She pitted her wlt and cleverness against V their brain and brawn, first one. and then another, she1 plotted against, and found sweetness in her revenge. But love put a stumbling block ( In the wav when she set out to ruin the son of the! third man. who had died. Did she make him pay for hist father's wrong? Did she make , herself pay to avenge her ( father? A DRAMA FOK , KVERY DAUGHTER WHO ' LOVES HER FATHER! KMUHT CHAI'i:!. A. M. K. CHUHOll. J.einon Ave. Saturday and Sunday was our first Quarterly conference and meeting. Our energet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 March 1922

11 'on.. '77 A j .; I THF HALLA EXPRESS, DALLAS. TKX1S. RATl'RDA Y, MARCH 2. 1!22. j:-1xvf23&w-.rs! A HEALER OF GREAT POWER. D v. r.- r mm .' j s.- 3." iiJr-v:-Vl. -M.-.V.:;-, i WgWiniiersf:; the DALLAS . : I 1 I l ' r. f. ks issue of April. 1, 1922V A it. fl! .1 V; :: ' :y:-:v'"ViF::!5r;':.. ; " ! Ph - ' ' f )y-:--:um- Mf5k fir,-' lii. H: 4 " l - ' '' X ' ' 8 iaM tt-ji- x.it-r .t.A tJ i,"; m ' 1; , if. 'life l-.l J , ; 1,1 1'v: it.? a ? ' i . ; i f '.KM!. t ' ,'; fr. V. mi I i m mm mm !'.. mm w4ft3T. ?Ji tVfC FlFUttS' Ci'RtSr3NDENT IS , SBB.i(a AT SHiWY CBSfR- ' TM'CL'ifcES Willi HEMR7 v .C!ontU'il f iin pi;t 1) t 4iu i. ay, liut pA-ha t'm nib ttr klnir ' t' I- i-nci of t'J' dirnr it vMnco: in nm rnma.1 ju I 'n.inn. .y. j A'ry fur hlldri , 'rt rs.tl in f.rop.n :.n to ltn i;m( hwni tiits of tr HirB mlllioi in ni w ) ya wain.lni,' t ' ' uriW 1,1 w no In our wn'rrn ritl.' piijior re wild liy 'u. n uvi-or.l cllily liy 1 0111 rn. Th' i till nit. It. y that nvcry fiw iiii.' p ci art:...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 April 1922

3 GOOD '.VI II ZllRkhi:.! UUIVf ftSITY OF TJSS'S AUSTIN ?iX;3 A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE ALWAYS PROGRESSrvE DISTINCnVE IN SERVICE C Founded by W. E. King "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. fajas PKB ASXUM VOL. XXIX, NO. s. THK DALLAS KXl'BKSlQui.IAH, TKXAS, BATXKDAV, Al'ltll tttt, 1923. PRICB FIVE CENTO LLIO mm L L j Mil SEEK TO PROVE MRS. MAYHEW WHO LEFT BULK OF FORTUNE TO NEGRO SCHOOLS OF UNSOUND MIND. New ork. N. T.. April 20. Eloven nieces and nephews of Mrs. Callsta S. Mayhew, who died December 17 In South Orange, N. J., and left moot of her estate of $1,000,000 to Negro homes and Institutions In various parts of the country have filed an appeal against the probate of the will. The date of the hearing- will be fixed in the Orphans' Court at Newark. It is alleged that Mrs. Mayhew was of unsound mind and that she was unduly influenced by persons unknown to them. They conted also that she did not Kign thn will in the presence of w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 April 1922

PAGE TWO THE P1LLA8 EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1922. IGOflnD CENTRAL THEATRE I ! "ALWAYS BETTER PICTURES" 'l JOHN HARRIS, SOLE OWNER AND MANAGER l ues, and Wed., April 25-26 They called him "A game little feller" But he was more! HART PICKFOHO in t ? ; . yji f fLITTLE LORD FADNTLEROY" I . ' "1 I r . ? if :: ft t V. " "" 0 u " I 1 f 1 enejrom marv pickpord's "little lord fauntleuov" I i Fauntleroy wan a boy with a boy's Instinct, but be wait gentle and affectionate and in his hour of good ! fortune he did not forget his compassion for the needy and he was 'old-fashioned enough to love "Dearest," his mother more than ever and wasn't ashamed to show it. A picture to see, to enjoy and think about. A Special 11 Reel Feature. Fri. and Sat., April 28-29 "A MAN'S DUTY" Featuring CLARENCE BROOKS WITH AN ALL STAR COLORED CAST A picture to your liking! A story full of action, fights, thrills, humor and heart Interest. LINCOLN MOTION PICTURE COMPANY, Ixm Angele, Oil. nt fc r" '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 April 1922

PAGE THREB. Raising' the Family- Hnnytt,enrywnsai,rlghlbut Fisher HAIR SHORT OR THIIi? Do It break o er fall mt? Is it air and mini Ban you scalp diseaaa, or mor thaa a Hernial amount of dandruff 7 If to. you ahould set at once, train unliw MADAMR N. A. FRANKLIN'S HAIR GltOWER. It matters not hoif many Hair Preparation yoo have tried without lueeeu, you should not become dbeourmred and five up before giving my Hair Grower a trial. It has promoted an abundant growth of hair for thousands and will do the tame for you. I also teach my System by mall or by person. Write for information and terms today. MY SPECIAL OFFER To those desiring to try my wonderful Hair Prepara tlons. I will mail, on request, a SIX WEEKS' TRIAL TREATMENT, consisting of Shampoo. Hair Grower and Pressing Oil, with full instructions how to use the same, for only 11.10. On trial treatment will convince you of its value. Make all orders to MADAME N. A. FRANKLIN THE PALLAS EXPRESS. PALLAS, TEXAS. SATCKDAY, APRIL 22, 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 April 1922

.."Ivliekje TILE DALLAS KXrKKSK. DALLAS. TEXAS. SATVKDAY. APRIL 22, 1V22- I A OB FOliH 1 1 1 ll TIE DALLAS F.XFBF.SS mm i MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published avery Saturday morning -la the year at U00 wlsa Aveoua by TUB BALL A KXPKK8 rCltLISlllJfO COMPAHT. (Incorporated) . Dalian. Texas. . FOHKIO ADVERTIMWO nEPHB SKNTATIVKl W. B. Tiff Comwmmr. 08 South Dear ben Mtreet. Chicanes, III. V. H. Klft Vmwamy. 44 Mertoa BalMlac 11 Kant Naaaaa Street, Naw York, H. . Entered at Poit Offiee at Dallaa, Texaa. aa necond-ctas matter, under Act of Congress, March, 1871 IMPORTANT. No subscriptions mailed for a pe riod leas than three month. Payment for same must be 76 centa. ' THK DALLAS EXrFKSS, 81'B.SCRIPTIO.NS IN ADYAJiCK. One Year . Six Months Three Months Single Copy $2.25 1.25 .75 05 NOTICU TO TUB I'UIII.IC. Any erroneoua reflection upon the character, standing: or reputation of any person, 'firm or corporation which may appear In the column of The Dallas Express will be Kindly...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 April 1922

THE DALLAS KXJ'KKftH, DALLAS, TKXAS. KATTKDAY, ATIIIL 22, 1922. rAoa Firm Texas Tyler. All churches went over the top rlnuncliUI) .Sunday. ICi v. It. '. Al exander oi ivilKorc, was v 1 1 li niH llock. Jltt preuclieti u nolilc sermon hi II i. clock, t'rof. .Vicky, .the tinted kiukci', sung several touctiini; selections, 'i wd tiouiiiontj were made lu the church. In the evening the li. V. 1'. I . rcmiuicil an exiciiciH i'.iisler program. .Morgan h orchestra fuinisneit iuiikic to u pacKcil house I'lnf. llaysof iiMiiiiKt"ii, l. C., leetuied al mum; collection f.ii.tiu. 'l tie If. M. State l.oaiil convened at i.tct nieiietn nisi week, i-n'verat proini iieut Ihuiih were present, (lui) wan raised in the iiieelinu and a gr.mil time leputted. Wniic in the city nr. Stew art prcachcil two untile sermons Sunday and Minitay night. St. James had inch usual service in iliu morning; program in I Ik: iiiternoon and Cantata uL night. .1Ihh Alary l.. Taylor of l.ane n 1'liapoi, ih vlfciting her sister...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 April 1922

V&aaVj-. THK DALLAS KXPRK8K. DALLAS. TKXAS, SATURDAY, APRIT, E2, 1022, PACK SIX r""1 t;5: o mm fiff i' 'ft i - i - v f J n ; . s t j i , jkimyi .mi) iMh - - .S ma ; v V V 1HH mm r .T ft m HUH mm m ' mm - -. "T 1 LOCAL ,VBfflNG- KNIGHT TEMPLARS AND CRUSADERS ARE GUESTS OF DALLAS COMFilANDERY AND CRUSADERS. dnvurtl Oompnnlfs of the Txi Cominuadery of Knight of Templar and ( rimadflr, (hlpther Tank of Ma aiinrv) vllted DallH, Sunday to a i.st In oelebratlna- Kanter ervlce with Trinity Commandory No. , of Dalla. C'uney Commandery No. 11, Shermnn end St. Oell Commandery No. 6. B"t Vt.rth and tha 8t. Cecil Hand were the vIxltlnK orKanliatlon gueat of the lorat Commandory. Tho ervlre were held at Macedonia JlnptlHt church and the Rev. E. Ar lington Wilson dollvered the aormon. It a trongr an powerful plea. ahnrt profrram wa alo had. Mr. C B. Montgomery road paper, nb )tL: "Tepij.lar -Life and MIlon." After prcJchinir a publle collection ', taken for the church. Officers of the Local Ca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 April 1922

THH DALLAS EATKKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SUTKDAY, APRIL 22, 1022.. iiinwiimiiiioiniiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiQmiiiiiiiiiGiMiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiimioit INT Thanksgiving by Odd Fellows " inn HPS Mil AJirsrf tea arrvm 1 UlJUJ;OL35 Once rach year II becomes my sacred and official duty lo issue a Proclamation, calling the members of our Order to assemble themselves In convenient places of worship, to give thanks for the manifold flessings coming to us during the paBt year. Therefore In keep ing with my official duty, as well as my own sincere feeling in the matter, 1 Issue this Proclamation. When we bow around our several altars on the second Sunday in May, we shall bow together with the hundreds of thousands of our kind throughout the na tion and the Isles of the sea. We shall bow as one as sembly all governed by the same laws, influenced by the same principles, and all giving thanks at the same moment for our well being. The Odd Fellows and Ruths of Texas have gener al and special reasons for thanksg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 April 1922

4 -,- f 0 , - - ' '' ' 1 - - ' . , . , . , . , ", THM DALLAS KXPRKS-S. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIIi 22, 1923. 1 rGB EH.HT i :-:r . iorwr.s I'omiKsroixDKMT kimis M'KOAV OHNKHVKD I AT KKKKt H , SUStfCa.. i i (Continue from page 1) the vast hospital, that 1 learn In V crowded, ulTordH the atuienl tul OllDortllllitV to iret at tile real "- They have mors than one hun- students In attendance. Dr. Mourst wwt iille a while with me on board M dtarnHBlriK Siberian nonactions froaa hlro i learned murh that will be aervice to me when I (tel on the jbii ok Hon itt(it:i)iMK n ' I'KKM'H WKT tMIH I Van at no point in Afili-a hnH the rlctun of islam jcoitcn a mora deadly m an the Inhabitants than In thin country, it la the awful victim of that Mvraii, and 1 mean victim with all Inn can Imply. The tardineas of 4e Christian ehnrch In reachlnit the rwwlualon that It had a mission to the Mark ho idea In thla continent they aan-aurd not to think that the comtnla ss to make dtwlnlas of all nation Mrtt...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 April 1922

sJjT - 'O ' . St V" fV i.-'LsSU.- X i-- r r goodtiij librarib TJJUVTRSITY OF AUSTIN . 0 ALWAYS PROGRESSi-VE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A aiMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE Founded bj W. H. King. "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. $M PKH AXXTM VOIi. XXIX, NO. 2S. THE DALLAS EXPRKHS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATIRDAV, APRIL 20, 1023. PRICB FIVK CENTI . - ! . . : i jf Uivev n vsY cy IM IE!, FOBT WORTH If W RIlFlB MBS. I ; : 0 o CAUSES ARREST OF REPRESENTATIVE FOR FRAUDULENT METHODS OF IN STRUCTING VOTERS AT POLLS. Chicago. III.. April 27. The recent Chicago elections are over, the win ner have won and the loaers have lost. They were filled with high spots from start to flniah. But the most thrilling of them was the arrest of Rep. ISrlnkman, candidate for re-election from the First District, and Dr. Meyers for violation of the election laws In the 17th Precinct of the Sec. ond Ward. Attorney Mostly Cause Arrest. Attorney Harold F. Mosely, who Is connected with ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 April 1922

: t ' TUB DALLAS EXTRESS, PALLAi? 1KXAS, SATX'RBA y, APRIL 20, SOat. V hit t tRh Suiuluy .'.school a well attended at tyt-h churi-bps. ReV. J. D. Pickard preached it 11 a.m. at the C. M. B. church. Rev. W. T. . Bartlctt. pastor first Baptist c-liurol. was with his people Sunday and -preached "a nohlo sermon. "The Kastcr ' iirnpram was carried to thy satlsfac tiuii of u.U present. White Wright and Pilot Point, crossed hats 'two ' days,, scores: 5-13; 7-2 in ruvor, H'hite Wri-' kM. Airs. Alherta Fierce Is an the sick list, also Mrs. Lula Peterson. Mrs. Monroe Va lies' mother is visiting her from Lailonia. Rev. T. Davis ,ltf 'report' ed improving at this writing. Sunday school at usual hour tt boih churches. Tiiornfvii. llerolr eg o Jericho he. Xl!JUtlg S3BJ.liXa.B IUIIW H!t!d jjaqi p Ajirl lBth, Rov. F'ortl of Th'ornton pr eached an excellent sermon, for the occasion. The program committee Rho uld be commended for the, excellent service rendered. Prof. .A, '71. Mim?. of Calvert was in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 April 1922

15 0 V Raising thQ Family- (if ou ciN oNOfeasTpoj r-fc-TN. fGOOD GWeF! 1 wfj I WIS onessujPsSSoHtjJ (jTj 5. I OONr vou DJT. I v , (. euvss! C "5 . J J j comeim H6.PE.eeV 'A fi? O r- IX ) I TIL I POT THIS V aM SfcwA IMTCDMATIflMAI CARTOON CO.N.V. WORLD , OF lllVttl'Slnrc PARK CANNOT BR OPKNKIH SATUItMAY ON ACCOUNT OK FLOOD WATKHS. On account of flood waters, the opening- of Dallas Negro Base Ball Park will be deferred. Wednesday, the water -had round Its way up to the Infield In the park and was slowly rlslngr, rendering: for the time be ing; all Inclinations for play wholly Inadequate. In spite of this. Contrac tor Swnnn ha'd his men frolng through the dally grind as If though everything- wun normal. Completing; the detail work of the trranr) stand, etc. occupied the workmen's time However, when opportunity permits the park will be ready for the open ing: whenever the owners are ready. Concrete around the posts of the fence are supporting; It from the heavy attack of bock water. Bac...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 April 1922

A'J i- i- - ---. - . , THE BAMiAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATl'RDAY, APRIL gfl. 1022. l'Mig.jwiiWl-3mii"Mwg WHAT SHALL WE CALL OURSELVES? fnl IP" DRTriJiTROTTE R iLjf Basin? his argument upon the theory that our own use of the term "2egro" has popularized it as a.fit name for the citizens of African descent in the United States, the editor cf the New York I Jews in a lengthy article bewails the fact and suggests that instead we refer to ourselves as "Colored," "African" or "Afro American." His argument s in part as follows: "To those educators, solvers of the race problems and pro fessional charity workers w.ho have sought persistently to popu- HT.!'TrX3 1 ii.ikVICi M t ivl B E R NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. ' Published In the year evirv Saturday morning at 2t':00 Swiss Avenue by THE DAM.A n.XPHKSS ruilMSIH.VG COMPANY. (Incorporate J) Pallas, Texas. Fom:ir. AnvFRTisixo heprk- SKJVTATlVKt ttr. n. 7Mt Company, l)8 Sooth Dear bon Mr-et. hl.imo. III. V IS. '.lit Cinpny, 404 Mortoo ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 April 1922

-'v':'"'," 7. r-r.::- ; !; ',!:W-U''.'I.',.'..1V.'!'!'.Jl-.'u'' ;:';' '"?" . '"-. ..''.' 1:;';. .V, - " .'- ." ' .1,1-. li - -'.;----J-..r-,i -i:-.;..;:;.-"ve.;v: .i.;-'V - 7::.;T.. 'r-V ' - K.:-;;X ,:7-';;.li)av:;;',Mv; 1L SJp t'rW THE EXPItESS, IAJLMS, TEXAS, SATWUMY, A Pill I, 20. 1022. PRESPIRATION AND BODY ODORS Will Make You Unpopular Perfume and highly scented talcum powder will not disguise or hide perspiration and body odors. Even bathing every day will not destroy these disagreeable efforts of perspiration. A French chemist has invented a delightful cream by the use of which you can keep your body as fresh and sweet as a flower. It is called Mon Secret which in French means "My Secret." BLACKsWHiTE Mon Secret Destroys All Body Odors Mon Secret is truly a . No woman, who de- wonderful toilet cream, sires daintiness and per- Applied under the arms sonal charm, can afford and other parts of the to be without a jar of Mon body, it not only prevents Secret. Get a jar today pers...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 April 1922

it-- :v" A o TIIE TAM,AS FATRKSS, DALLAS, TFXA9. BATVRDAY, APRIL 29, 1922. 1 i Port Worth' Rows' . I Ft. Worth Texas. April 27tU. Mrs. luiHd.r Maoism of i:imo. Texan, and kor 'iUKiitor, Miss Lula Madison, was in th; city IiKt week the Kucrt of her wi, Vn". arid Mrs. It. P. Madison, 101$ 1WI 17 th Street. Mi n.-.H Hutchinson and Edwards, ik';' ii:'.' week end in Dallas vlslttag 1 ., ., r . a. 11,-U.j V. 0..1, 1212 E. Terrell Street, li ft lust woolf to aHend the bed tide ;u Iter mother who is very 111 at Mud'-i.rtvilUv Texas. M;-. end Mrs. Penn-9 Mass, 1300 S. Calhoun Street, left lust week for lliUzfr) where thev intend to make their future homo. Montlnff (iinpt't ('. M. K. Church. Sunday School ut 9:30. o'clock and in m. ite of the rain th.:re were a gr eat cumber present Class No. 13 fournl the banner once more. When ever it .s bad weather the adult k'bss pets the banner tip ,-inclal. The lessons were reviewed and explained with a well online. The subject alone, car ried -more wei...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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