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

THE DALLAS KSTRKSS, DALLAS, TKXAS. SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1022. WO GIANTS LOSE DOUBLE TILT Black Panthers Rally After Saturdays Game and Grab Both Ends of a Double Header. Jim Liggins Work Shows Class. Byrd Long Turned in Visitors Only Victory. After breaking the season's record by annexing sixteen suc cessive victories the rapid firing machine of the unconquerable Dallas Black Giants went down in defeat Sunday to Lowery Jones' herd of Black Panthers. Both games of a double bill going to the kittens. Invasion of local haunts called for threegames ; the visitors grabbed the first one Saturday 4 to 2, with the veteran Byrd-1 Iiong in the saddle and the speed merchant Reed laboring on the mound for the opposition. And the Cats came back and the rej sult of a double win followed. First game of the double bill was 5 to 4 and the second was; 6 to 3. Alexander and Liggins were the winning heavers for the Panthers, while Pitchers Ming and Long were the pilates of the ill fated ship, Dallas Black...

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. — 3 June 1922

7 i i KU'MXS. RAM. -TiSXAS. rUTllUWY, JCNK 3, 1922. &ire xreir. Aire Yon Going With Us? 3 CORPORA! so PJIJ V ft A -at;,-. ill ION. I 111 - 10 ON 'pF pTfTR i - i kit .. I U1I I E CI . s t ' ! '. ! "i s J MiWaimitkowraminwiflR.. LIED PEOPLE HAVE 111 ffilllliG FOR. I -TKI -(.'. BENROY IIOTIOn PICTURES CORPORATION, 1D31 Dm STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS, j are orftniss ica the Fouowsxa cppcsrain:. 1 Read This Carefully. I I A producer of fifteen yean' experience, will have pergonal charge of all productions. 1 Capital Stock $50,000, Shares, Each, $12.50. Oalr MOO Saarca W (SOO left). Onlr 2S00 eple ea t.ntaae ef this "offer. Now lr lM hundred turn . . . "COI-ORED POPULATION OF DALLA8 80.000 Wlfl you be one of those In side this company, or are you Just g-olng to look on and see.' your neighbor mcke the profits. - It's your new- field. It's for you the Colored people BOOST IT, MAKE DALLAS THE COLORED PRODUCING CENTER OF THE U. a Tou, the Colored people will profit In many ways. OVERT DID YOIT...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 June 1922

v,r go cot 5. nrrJiRi.iK 'jnivriGiTY o?. ?ius . I i I ft ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by W. B. King VOL. XXIX, NO. 84 RACE TOWN INCORPORATED, Baltimore, Md., June 8. Highland Beach, the popular dimmer colony on the Chesapeake, enjoys the distinction of being the first community of Color ed citizen to be Riven a charter by the atate of Maryland, making It an incorporated town with a commission , form or government. In 1891 thla reaort was discovered by Mra. C. K. Douglass and a party ot irienaa wno naa open reruaed the use of the Beach at Bay Ridge. Ma jor C. R. Douglass purchased the property during the following year, subdividing it Into building lots. Up on one of the sites he built a sum mer home. Dr. John R. Francis, Hon. Frederick Douglass, Mr. James Wormley, Mr. O. T. Bowen, and Miss Gertrude Smith were among the first to build sum mer residences at Highland Beach. Many notables guests. Including John M. Iangston, B. K. Bruce, George White, Governor Plhchb...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 June 1922

Tl4 DALLAS KXI V-S, LV4LLAS, TEXAS, HlTVtKiAY, JUXE 10, 1022. II SIT TIIT-MTMWssMlsTTrJ"MMMMMdl,W" ..-., ., , v. v . y r p r n - . r, r- p r ..ka-tfs C -U I . 41." ::zs i;:e nun cf k:l .: c: tazii fecfle u:::er Li. LV'..:;r.'j c::,:;::ato. (Continued from puge 1) f.ir quite awhile- on the icn his finnk KtutPnu'nt ilestwt'a closi? study IS-' pp.ya; ''if one curmliipr the 1,1-h-rliiH 'siiiiorfn.-i.illy civilized, rind. 1. .,, I nir Im.v tn n-tiii snrl writt.. livtnir! tn lvimtvelv i-omfi'i tnlilo house oneumd GatiKrtter spent a will find tiiem probably superior to the natives. Actually, llioy are rainer Inferior to them, as wull from tno moral point of view, us from Uie point of vlow of Ront'ral well-helnt. Kirst RlonK the count and in the eiist, we him too Krumtn, a race of worker. encrgi'Lii;, proud, and fighters, but hom-Ht, reJotcinK in fine physical and 'moral health, Jealous of Hie vlrture of their women and of a most care ful cleanliness. What a contrast they riml. by tiie aide...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 June 1922

0 i THE PAIXAS ICPKESS, DAIJiAg, TEXAS, SATXHOAY, JUNE 10. 1923. fa on r:::.:,-. m " J A Mother's Story Young Mothers Should Heed This Advlca ' Rionzi, MioS. "When I commenced taking Dr. Piurcs's medicines I was all wrecked and run-rloun until I was not able to do annhinit, but now I am getting along wall aiiJ have a big, line, healthy baby boy. -Tongno could not tell how much better 1 felt after taking these medicines. I took both the Favorite Prescription and the Golden Medirnl Discovery, also two vials of the Pleasant Pellets and bad practically no sufleriufr. I will always praise these wonderful medicines. I would never try to go through expect ancy again without Favorite Prescrip tion.'' Mrs. Mary Owen. Get Doctor Pierce's remedies at any drug store and you will soon feel their beneficial effect. Texas Towns Drnlon. Rev. C. A. Holt. D. D. of Dallas, Texas, worshipped with Pleas ant Grove Baptist church, Sunday he took active part In the Sunday school and save the general exposi...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 June 1922

TlfE DALLAS KXPKKSS, KAIXA3, TKXAffl. PATOIDAY, iVK 10, WZ'Z. ; ) 7 J THE FAILURE OF THE DYER EILL Negro Press MtMBEH NATIONAL NEGRO PRTSS ASSOCIATION. Published every Kattirriav mnrnln In the year at 2600 Swiss Avenue by TUB DALLAS KXPHIOHH I'lllLiSllING COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. FOKE1Q ADVKHTIM'a l'KI'HK-M;.NTATIVi)t W. B. Tiff C'ompnar. 608 Uovth Dear n siren, a blet. III. W. It. Iff Company 4H Mortoa lwiffl lid ):t Aaasaa Street, new Ittn, . i. Kntered at Pom Office at Dallas. 1.xh, an scoti'l-clans matter, under a.ci or congress, Marcn. 1879 IMrOHTANT. no suDscriprmns mailed for a pe riod Ifhb than tlireeTnonths. Payment wr nniiiq inun oe CUD til. l'HK IUI.LAS KXi'KJ SS, SlTiSlI.U'llOXS IN AKVAX.K. One Year.. Six Months Three Months Single Copy 12.25 1.25 .75 . 05 NOTICB TO TflB rtTBLIC. Any erroneous reflexion upon the character, standing or reputation of ny pcrion, Wrm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Dallas Kt press will be gladly cor rected...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 June 1922

THE IALLA iuArilR83, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATlTUHiY. UXE 10, Ifttli. o o TEXAS 9 TOWNS Dodd City. Sunday school was well attended at the A. M. E. church. Our pastor Rev. G. W. Henson preached a wonderful sermon at 11 o'clock and also In the afternoon and night. All services was well attended. Little Miss Cloo Henson was the guest of her friend Little Miss Blandcan Brow- dor. Mrs. Tennie Henson waB theMr, and Mrs Geo Wilson, a baby guest of her many friends Sunday I girl, also to Mr. and Mrs. Jack In the afternoon. Liuie miss ieona Mae Phillips Is still improving toaomei lne Universal King of the the delight of her many friends. We,Royal Faml)y made his annual visit hope her an early recovery. Jttcktiboro. Rev Brown was at his pout Sunday and preached a good sermon. B. Y. P. U. was well attended also Starlight band. Departed: Mr. Blrk Lewis of Henrietta. Sick List: Mrs. Addle Johnson, Miss Naomi Mitchell, C. Richard. . .Hcnatoa HlMs Mrs. H. Hen ton, 842 West 19th avenue, died May 24. She w...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 June 1922

the Dallas kxinriis, Dallas, te.yas, sATrnnAV. ivkk il ieaa. Texas Towns - 8 . .iruunion.MNa Nnht:'. Johnson who lias Imm-ii aftlnumg si hool Ri Auwlin, Tmis, h'Me mairni'i nnme itr the summer. Mm. Bettie Ivenport riwul !;iKt week, her funeral took plm-p TloiiMlny from the Trinity M. ' ;, under the ansplees of the l::i'in Mar. Mi. Lena Lewis, 422 m p. xp,. street spuit Sunday at t.!v. fV..n. Tvxss. Mr. e.nd Mrs. Oen. I. (i.niuii, left thin for Na.sh- v i 11 Tcnn., to attend the National Sunday School emigres. The city of III, . l-rlHli'TIC.' II'IKI'IS n Hlieeei-ii.-.i in yrliimr U0.tM)0 worth or mums w boil. I s. liaols and iniik inrr pruven-ents. Mr. .1. M. Konte or I.ren- : . i. iiu. ..li,. ut week nam. Li'v-w ' f tn l!,i interest of the but ltn M June relebratinn whirh In to lai-e t.lnee in bi iitv. HJi.sH mn.ie -!' Mai shrill. Texas Is In the clly spending the Milliliter UU Her simer, ni. (". Ttichnrdaon and family. Itev. U K. Williams of Cliirngo, HI- rilled the puli.it. Wednes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 June 1922

Tllii! DALliAS EXVR'jSW, DA1XA8, TK.TAS, t ATCRDAY, JUNE irttti. The House Divided Against Itself Contest at Saint James A. ME. Temple. Raiding tne Family "juat a limowlsunilofjtandtno that's fiitl ' . . . -. Fisher . ' I - ... 1 'V.,. . . t. -vf J """" I " f" . I I v 5 . .v - -y ,. x . . . i r w sr." - VT. ' ' ' lf ;. ; , h j ij tciToow cttiivj ' - ' " 56 " I i I i ; . wi - - - -.grp tmt . jM JSM Twlf mfrrrimn Hi tm r AU4 numuvnninia Watch The Progress In The Dallas Express Each Week. St. James Temple la purely a race InBtltutlon and should have tthe sup port of every race person In the city their ranks. Friends who have Joined the W. Sampson Brooks Invlncibles under Rev. - ..... a, ir. ih C. W. ADlneton ana Mr. i. n. juaai- anyvnin wu.., " aon are a. follows;, credit of the whole race. It Is thought . Messrs. E. Dinnlns. A. Waples. Henry of an expression of race pride. The j wells, Mr. and Mrs. Antone Belton, task of paying for It la too great for Mr Bnd Mrg w Oliphan. Fort Worth,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 June 1922

THE DALLAS KX'fMJKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATIHD VV, JCXH 10, 104i- . . . 'r. t--J0BT- nF.. SO -.."Fe--.-. ' WWTL1TM VWk JWJH'"W"''- WWW ' i t-en V ,', V r. 5 n i-O itu. Tin- cioaimr exercises of the Business li.-parlincut of thin H'-hmil wm staged Tiiur-iy melit of I Tin May at St. I n il M. K. church, p. iincr Burford ar.i1 Juliette .itrwlH. Presenting dl II.hif(ui t' 0 graduates In Shorthand p. nd two in the 11: v:ini'Ktir Coume in i ;.H.IiU.M''inR. Their minion and aisbjecta: Rli'-s lOula, VVitin, salututoriiin "The HuMi'Cf-u lilrl's Responsibility to Her Jot.." Wis. Loroy A. Kump "I'ho Demands of the. Apr.!." Mi-b. lolu McGrlff "Shorthand an mi Aid to Knowledge and Self Ad Vrt n.'cnicnt." Mr. Mike H. Tatiim "Shorthand I .adder I pen winch a Young Mun May ('limb to Fame and Fortune." Miiis l.f-fth 0. Coleman 'Tue Ad v i l it it- m nf Phonoirriu.hv." JNlrs. Clarcna ". Young A tinei Hi.ili.rv of .Shorthand." i:. W. ltlocJ.- 4'A flintier Aim." Oliver (' .Shaw "The Force. Tte tiimi the t...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 June 1922

flip v. .2 ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A QJAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE Founded by W. H. Kins "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. $3J85 PKB AWXM YOU XIX. NO. 35. THE PALIVS KSrKKS.S, DAI JiAS, TKXAS, BATtltPAY, JUNK 17, 1922. ' PRlCaln"yB" CENT"' ill! BISHOP JONES ADDRESSES LARGE CLASS OF WILEY GRADUATES. Marshall, Texas, June 15. With the Graduation Exercise of Wednesday morning. May thirty-first, Wiley UnU versity closed its fortyv-nlnth school session in a blaze of glory. However, full week of activities preceded the commencement program. At the conclusion of the Imboden contest of Wednesday evening, May twenty-fourth, tirst. second, and third prises were presented respectively to Wilbur Peete, Beggs, Oklahoma, iter, nia Johnson, Houston, Texas, and Her. rise Pierce, Marshall, Texas, for ex .cellence in public speaking among students of the University Practice School. On Thursday evening. May . twenty fifth, Miss Ueraldlne...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 June 1922

V.: , jk 'w'v 1 i" " ' -r'-' ,4 '.!iwA-'i ... JfcV jtKJ 1. TI!S PAtXAH express. IlALLAS, TEXAS. SATTTROAY, JWB 17, 1023. JT CRISIS .' !4t i j tin: tjipiui'-'-ion of the uuen r..s ,v !:'! -r or nut H Mas wrong to i .ii !;. U !;.-!i 8l:iv-i wits very ; .i n'. i:i mr muni ry. Tho people v re t . !.,! .; . '. nn the iiues'.iou. '!:;.!'! proponed III Cot'SreWJ ', : I I I,; li' !l !.(( Ml-: s whirl Indicated I (;,.:: It:.- I.K.Ui 1)1. 'HI DO h.-UlCU oy ii' i, i l' 'i.,:r. tb. It whs the jis tiioiil IV' ih.it ti crii-is bait ben reached i. ii.'l Unit wlineiy irnift. he abolished in irir rouniry or i.c more directly recog ji i ... d and tDsiaii.inl by tho Federal (iDi'i-rnm! -i!t. Hence, Lowell s Biibjut, " I he 1 'i .'sc iil. t'rii-if..'- It was only a fi iv mnuilm i.ltrr the. prom wax pub iii.!.1 d Hint "Wiiuiot Proviso" was Introduced Hi Co nitres which was the fiist definite propos-iliou voted on in t'(M' :i l.'- to prvveut the exterwtlon of ; ln i ry iiiio lew territory. It was tle-"!H...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 June 1922

THK DALLAS EXPRESS. DAI.MS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JXTSE 17, 1922. c c o TEXAS TOWNS. Hlllsboro, Mrs. James Dixon la on the sick list, also Mrs. Porter. Dr. Carson was in the city last week. Mr. Dora Elliot's grandmother is paying her (Mrs Elliot) a visit. Mesdanies Elliott and Aldridge have, returned after spending a few- days in Long Tie w. Deaths: Mr. Tom Wade, and Mrs. Viola Chtlders-Brown passed away last week. Cisco, Services in .form of Grand Rally at St Mark Baptist church was a success. Sunday school at all churchee. Rev. Cornelius of A. M. E. church was in the city Thursday. Every body get busy and help make the 19th celebration a success at East land. Arrivals: Mr. Walter Love, Eastland; Mrs. L. C. Flewellen, Pueblo, Colo; Mrs. Willie Douglass, Abeline, Texas; Mrs. Frances Will iams, Abeline; Mrs. Jmonene Roudall, from Grand Court at San Antonio, , Texas; Departures: Rev. J. W. Wash- 1 in J uni. Brownwood. . Gause. Sunday school and services were good at Zlon Hill Baptist churc...

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. — 17 June 1922

THH DAIXA S EXPRKS8, IMIXAS, TEXAS, SATTJRPAY. JTJXE 17, 1022. ! I t:: dalus E.r:::'.:;s IViir. iviBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning In the year at 2600 Swiss Avenue by TUB WALLAS KXPRttSS FCHMSHIKU COM PAST. (Incorporated) Dallas, Tela. FUKK1U AIVI-lTniVO IU.PHK J I-ArAlHf.il tv. n. TIM romnr, 608 Santa Da- r-cn Mrct, CMcnKa, 111. tv. It. Ht ampaeiT, 404 Btortoai riiuilnu ll : JN'anMasi Html, hew lark. It. Y. F.ntered at Post Office at Dallas, Tas. hk cond-ctasis ratter, under Act of J'Jli resn, March, 1S. IMPORTANT. No subscriptions mailed for a pe riod 1-hs than thretliontha, Payment for name must be 76 cema. TliK HAM-AS EXfnrSS, EtKstiurrioNS in advance. One Year fix Months .... Three Months Bir-.gle Copy ...,..2.25 1.25 75 . .05 NOTICE TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, stnnding or reputation of any portion, firm or corporation which my appear In the column of The Dullns Express will be gludly cor rected upon It bein...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 June 1922

THE DALLAS KXPRKSS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, iVKtu 7, 1t2. TEXAS 9 TOWNS TVi-tHI. Services were pood at Bethelhem both day and night. Rev. T. W. Dally preached a soul atirrlng aermon both day and night. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Colvin left (or Marlln, Tex as on tlio 7th with their daughter, Miss Henry Colvin. She has been nick for three months or more. Through all her ailments, she finished in high school this year. Mrs. L. O. Plnkston and little daughter, Vereada are visit ing In Dallas. Mrs. C. U Wesely has returned from San Antonio, where she has been attending the Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias. Sick: Mrs. George Townsell, Mrs. O. C. Colburt. Born to Mrs. George Neleona, a boun cing boy. We ure glad to see brother Kerry Wimberly back home again. Mrs. I. A. Orange Is out of the city. Dr. Green and wife of Kaufman, the mother of Mrs. Green made a flying trip to Terrell, Sunday. There will be a play at Bethlehem, Thursday night known from 'Kitchen to Parlor.' Mrs. C. Burrell, presiden...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 June 1922

;C. , W . ,-.wir':-... -:. jjL!-t "-" ... ; , 0 THE DALLAS EXPRESS. PAULAS. -.irKXAS. BAn"Y' JPWK 1T' 1922' P 1 f! .ii ..h.iil. C'ord'.'-PiM'i i A wcd dmn e eon.sideruido interest to a live!;! of (nenia hi Texas and i,iiii.;Ki'i was solciiKi'lv.cd 3l the M;uce floni.i H ptifit (liorcli, Juffernon, Tex., June the 4 tli wiicn Mica .Mary Julia il-!'(I, the attractive and neeoinplltili cl daughter of Dr. T. E. Speed, a toted idiysiclan null nwxeon of Jef ferson. Texan, wan married to Mr. ( ti;i:,LuiuM- M. Corde of New Orleans. Ki. Viio church was bountifully doeor pt. l in a diversified floral urruy, and the nrrivAl of the bridal puly, llio i;ih( !ouh Auditorium was filled iiy ft expectant, happy throng, ttiuny oT whom are prominent ia the bini".Cos iind social lite of Texas and L;j'iiKi,,n.i. liiiivieiidi.itely preceetiins the en - trance of the wedding party, Mrs. Naldo M-irris of Marshall. 'lexas.jnns iMOst affectively "O 1'rouiine Mo' -To the :;iiaiii of the wedding march from Mt-nd...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 June 1922

p '. (; r Raising the Family GIANTS ADMINISTER CRUSHING DEFEAT TO PANTHER CLAN. Cou;d Henry hwvr atmntica ihr-i Si.hooi? Er- ) ir. eco"61- wev-t. fcy ucsh. i (X'O'r tfefcC "rut S to Perots N. - I S6M TWSTVve licit" M Iscuoo'.s re ficu.- THK DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAB, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JXJXB 17, 1022. ' 1 ' ' 1 , '.. . J I do toio wCKcry I )PoCkk-TS iW W6' J Defense Crack Under Strain of a Heavy Batting Attack. Lose Two Out of Three. Vengeance is mine, I will repay thee was an ultimatum of each Giant taking a part In the recent disastrous Panther series at Fort Worth, a few moons ago when the Cats administered unto the Sloan band an old time country flogging by winning a twin bill from the boys of "Big D". The series here consisted of three games, Sunday. Monday and Tues day; the first tilt was a peppery affair with the visitors leading in the early stage of the game. - Liggins for the Panthers was pitching shut out base ball until the fourth round when his support cracked. And under the...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 June 1922

THE 1W,LAK VXPMZ.: IsAIXAA, TEXAS, BATCTtBAY, JUNE IT, 1022. Sneed was in the city last Saturday . shopping and looking after other lnn.intHH Minn Catherine Lucas left 1 nno scoar ea limit ! it break .ff or (all tut T la U dry nd wiry 7 Ha. yoa Mnlp dinwiae, or mora tban a normal amMnt .f Sunday for Whlchita Falls to visit f .t M 1865 57 YbAKb ncr motner. itoi a. n. mum inv Sunday for Austin Switch. Prof. C. L tlanflruU T If o, you should net at en, Vrfn ualnir MADAME U. A FRANKLIN'S HAIR ;i(0 Ut. It mattura not bow many Hair Preparationa yo-.s Iiav. tried without sucPv'i., you ahoulil not beeomff uiacirruired and glv. up beforr giving- my Hair Grower a triad. It haa promoted an abundant Ri-owth of hair for thounaniia and will do the rnmi for you. I also teach my Syatem ay mail or by person. Writ for Information and term today. my special orrtn T hu. Hlrino- to tk- mi wonderful Hair Pwin riunuier spent lew uuyo in mo cnj i ;x in interest of his paper the "Mexla , V t Times" while he...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 June 1922

.J'- AUSTIN TiX'.S ri 1 ALWAYS 'PROGRESMVE' DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE a aiv.-pion o? jusncr. A MESSENGER OF HOI E I "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else It The Sea." Fred Dou&las. $3.23 Pl::i ANNXill founded by W. E. King VOL. XIX, NO. 8. TIUB DAIXA8 EXPRESS, DALLAS, TRXA8, SATURDAY, JUNK 24, 1925!. PRIC25 FIVE? CENTS US i X) f Si iiiyio ! ill 1 . ii i ... i ) Prompt Act of Girl fl Failed to Get Satisfaction From Registrar. Washington, D. C, Jun. 12. Failure to pans the rigid test of some of her Instructors at Howard University, In her final examinations. Miss Ottle Beatrice Graham, of Philadelphia, fired a shot from a 88 caliber pistol Into her right breast In her room at Miner Hall about 10 o'clock Friday morning, Jun.) 1. She is new improv ing and Is out of danger. Miss Graham is of a highly nervous temperament and had Inquired of the Dean as to whether she would gradu. or not. Ho did not give her any satis faction and she went to the Registrar, who gave her some document...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 June 1922

' " ...... I'' ,' rt a-a. -..'J-- iv.-..nv- T;iiti KX'Sfl, DAM IfiXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1022. M. ManWMMMWMMKr ., WLW Ill aim ! I T I ran TIM T " 1 A MOT BO si-i&.NTIftT GROW flAIH FRKIA i .1 nr. E, 8. Lee. Civra Away Ilia Famous Mralp Trertiucat ta Demonstrate lla . -utoratlvc Power, o j hints Slaughter Gresent Stars. y;;iec;; chev issue queuing clow to visit- r;'r? battod WhU :siTci:n. sixths out of ms-xl iVkiiD lc;;g, hero of series stages coke-bao. i;za::ily thi thousand fans witness contests. A surf.inf miv-n and a study Mrenm of ' humanity flooded the grand stand and bli-iuhci s of tho niverslde Ball flarden, Sunday and Monday. Never in hixory of Nwo base ball has interest been bo Keen as wa Kansas City. Mo., Sunday, June 18. ulnun in Monday's fame. Nearly live thousand fans both black and white i Fifteen thousand fans saw tho Mon riat.ntcd through tho big g;U-s of the ball park flooding the Krand-etLUd , arch, win J"- Giant, and bleacUrs. and overflowing the playing fiel...

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