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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 August 1922

i THE PALLAS EXPRESS. PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. AUGUST 12, 1922. PACK V'.Wl: J TtttttttttTtTtI !.lfi.IIE SMITH SINGS FOR 8 ROYAL LIFE, HEALTH & A&CIOEfiT INSURAKCI: CO. Ii THE S P 0 R T I N G . W 0 RLD mi 9 i; . ....i... s. A A A v A A A A A. A. A. A A. A A A A A. A A. A A A A. A- A . . a.. . A A A A. A A. A A A A A A AAAAAAAA a v T It It PROPOSED CAPITAL STCCK jj S25.CC0 The Record of Quality Fort Worth, Texas - o IWltlMSMElH GAIIiTS FOR DIXIE HOHORS. LOGAX BASIS BALL NEWS COW DKNSKD. The Dallas Dlack Giants met and conquerred the Oklahoma City club here Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Tulsa will be here Saturday, Sun day and Monday, Fort Worth, will return here Sept 2. 8 and 4 for a aerlea of four games. . "LITTI-K WORLD bKKIKS," (MAY Wl" FOIi DALUAS. The management of Dallas Black Giants ItaHe Ball Club foel that It has accomplished the great task of giving local fans a strong and ag. gressive base ball club; one that has held Its own from the start to the present. A well bal...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 August 1922

TM.rA via 'AT TUB DAM-IS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TKXAS, SATURDAY, AUfU'ST 12, 1022. r::m c: ::;ttee arzm tm in fav::a:lt. (Continued from page 1). Senators that It In "appropriate legis lation." vlrhln the competency of t'onjiii'm) to enact, to safrKUard and protect those rights to. life, liberty, and property which are Kuaranteed r the Constitution of the United States. The proposed legislation la not, and Khould not be considered. In any H'nue sectional. The evil it ueala;n ed to cure is not confined to any particular section or State, north or aouth eat or wet. This moiiBtroua evil, whii:h la a uiHgractr to the Na tion, wo should strive to wipe nut u firm and Jut exercise of every le jiititr.hte power conferred upon and lvxidlntr In the Federal Government. Tlie proposed legislation ia not an invanion or subversion of the rlRhts of the States, nor la it designed to relieve the States from the perfor mance of their duty to secure to all persona within their eeveral Jurisdic tions equal pr...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 August 1922

1 .im Oi-'t i tr?v,..- -,.-., r-;- ry TiAi - Beginning on Page 4, "Onto The Fourth Generation," The Greatest and Host Gripping Story of The Year. ALWAYS REGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by W. EL K3m . VOL. XXIX, NO. 43. Mm, T7 DELEGATES TO THIRD CONVENTION HALT IN DEUBERATIONS TO ALLOW GARVEY A SHORT HONEYMOON WITH NEW SPOUSE. New Tork. N. T.. Aug. 14. All busi ness waa dispensed with . the fifth day of the convention of the Un. 1 versa! Negro Improvement Associa tion, In session at Liberty Hall, No. 120 West 138th Street, when It waa announced to delegates that Mar cus Garvey again had embarked on .the matrimonial seas. An adjournment was taken to give the honey moon era an opportunity to enjoy the week-end by themselves. Discussion on Africa were temporarily discontinued, and the delegates sur rounded their President General and showed him with congratulations. It became known that Garvey mar ried Miss Amy Jacques, one of his secretaries, on July 27. in Balti more. The ce...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 August 1922

v.xur, tv.o TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TKXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1022. ( ! LiEil STAGE BIG PARADE. ST uLITHRY PAGEANT EVER ASSEMBLED IN CiTY, CHILL G0::?A1ES AO BANDS COMPETE. $1100 13 PRIZES AWARDED. After several daya of soldiering and muheiiverinir, imnates of Captain Camp !vi iI-h broke amp and hiked for thiir respective home Saturday morn inn nud thtiw the Second Annual Kn en nipxirnt of 'he American Woodmen pa.saed Into hlatorv, ; Concluding- Tucs., Wed., and Thura. nluhts attrartlons at Riverside, a gor- j genus military pairnunt w staged lust Kn.. Auk. 11 In which, drill coin- park waa tha assembling point of pini'!R of men and women, Supreme niany musicians. Four bands were pres- ofiicern, delegates Juveniles ana lo- ent and demonstrated their ability In fid member participated. I content aKalnat the other. There were The Ine f march was under com. 1 two Clausen in which prizes were to mand of Mayor General John U Jonea be awarded class A and Class B, assisted bv General...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 August 1922

f THB DALLAS KXTRESS, PAIXA3, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1022. TXC.V. TIIEKK. Free Phonographs 1 We are giving- these; beautiful Phonograph j away absolutely FREEl Plays any kind of Reo.F'1 orda. Writ for fullPfj particular. Addreaa w'j S. W. H. H. G. C0. llax 208, ghrereport, Lf A 1 VJ 1 WARRANT SWORN OUT FOR MAN WHO SLAITUH AND Jtll'kl'.l) V0-MAN. St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 17. A warrent was Issued against R. G. Eucker, 4466 Vista street, a white man, who Is as agent for Tennesee National Insu rance company, for oruolly assaul ting and abusing Mrs. Salena Scruggs, a widow ol 3009 Fine streeet, last week. Last Thursday morning, Rucker, who bad been postlvely warned by Mrs. Scruggs to stay away frof her home made a visit despite the wo man's protest. When the met him at the door, Mrs. Scruggs a ays he be came fomilar and insisted onlnterlng her bouse and when she obeyed, he slapped her face, kicked her, using the vilest language he could employ. Rucker left the premises and called a poli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 August 1922

'A.ti FOUR hik iuxas Kxri;.i-:ss ju.ivicj& MfcMBEH NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning In thu year at 2600 tjwlai Avenue by TUB) DALLAS RJPBKSS PCBLISE JNQ COMPANY. , (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. roiiisia ADVKnTisiivo kephk- SENTATIVK! ft. n. 7.lff romps ax, n$ Santa Dear- pirvc, vmciiKt, in. W. D. '.lit Vompmny. 4M Harts PnlliM.iic lie Knit Numi street, hew lork. tf. Y. Entered at Post Office at Dallas, Texan, an seconil-clami matter, under a.ct of Congress, March, .1878 IMPOIITAMT. No subscriptions nailed for a pe riod Inns than ttiree'nioniha. Payment fer aanie must be 16 centa. NOTICE TO TUB rUHLIO. Any erroneous reflection upon the chainrtrir, standing; or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may Hptar In the columr.o of The I'allftR 1 Aureus will be gladly cor rected u p. n Its being: brought to the attention of the publishers. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, 'sritsatimoxs in advance. One Year ....... Bix Months Three Months.... Single Co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 August 1922

f L y THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DA IX. AS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST it, 1023. Fa ire 5 Oi c 0 C a o 3 o o o TEXAS TOWNS Corslcann. Dr. and Mr. L. M. Tay. lor of 80S East 7th avenue, and Mis Vernon Brown of t)04 Kant 6th avenue, are home again after spending four or five weeks In Kansas City, Mo., Denver, Colo., and Colorado Springs, Colorado. Dr. Taylor, states that they had a very pleasant trip, having met several schoolmates In Denver, Colo, and the Sprint. He says that he Is ready-to resume his practice. Office 115 1-2 East 5th avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Williams of 81C E. 6th ave nue, accompanied Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Williams, mother as far as Dallas, who is en route home, to San Mar cus, Texas, after spending two weeks here. Mr and Mrs. J. E. Johnson of Teague, . Texas,, passed through here Wednesday. August 9th en route home. Mrs. Otha of 1318 E. 4th spent last week with ber sister. Mrs. Cllmmie Kllgore, Hound Prairie, Kerens, Texas, Mrs Estellu Kelly of K. Collin street. Is visiting re...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 August 1922

THE DALLAS KXPItESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATVHDAY, AUGUST I , 1022. Texas Iff II I II II Willi HI i III li i II Ml III II I 1 1' AtMmorr. All churches were well atlon l.il f-unday. Miss U C. Watson li;t" SurOay fur points in Texan. Wa nes i'fliinv dmians. Marguerite Mc. Gru. lof Sum-day lor McAllster, Mrs. Mary Hill l III at this writing. Miss Mlba Orover of Oklahoma City wat' , the s'.ietit of her parents. Mr. and Mrs, tirovcr. ' j Mih. Alpha 'Houston la Improving to tbo deiixht of her many Irlonda. Mr. Iitllift Way Louis of Dallas opent sever al dnye in the city with her grand fatsnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. dab Denton, irs. Jienton returned home with hr. Mism? fciiiltlo May Crisp, Marjorie Hwnton and Mrs. Louis Sanders left riHlui-day night fur Oklahoma City and Holey, Okla. Mr. Kupean Sutton, fctr. and Mra. Woods of i'aii, Texas, motored to Ardrnore and the pim.st of Men. Willie Roe. Mra, Uattle Urown. of Wichita Falls Texas. Is the of her father Mm. Buck Alien, Mra May Bell Foreman and H'rs, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 August 1922

THE DAF LAS KXFIiKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1023. AAA A .A. A A , ffffVTTTVTWTT' A A A A A AA.t-AAA.AAA TfTTTTTf TTT'Tf W r.iAr.iiE sniTii SINGS FOR j...- . .. A A A A AAA A A A A A A A A . . j . V.. "rV n DflVM lift UCMTU 9. W.'WZUT IfCliniKPC Pn UUIHL Ul L HLriLiil IXl nVUiUUH In 0 lilihiij L, LU. THE WORLD Of Texas SPORTING Hi , L A A. A A A A A A A A A A A A J rTrTT TTTTTTTTTT1 Tulsa Won One Out of Five. not Question. They, the white men, are slaves of meaningless words. Next week, "Slavea of Language." GIANTS PLAYS RINGS AROUND OPPONENT. WORLD SERIES TALK IS WAXING WARM. f ITTI C tne theft of. home by Torrlenti feat 1.1 1 I i.r.i tired the 8 to 3 victory of Foster' American itianis over fonuac yesier day at Schorllnft'e park, i Score i Giants 013 Oil 016 Pontlac 020 001 000 3 TULSA WON, OKiK Ol'T OK FIVE. Tulea Black Ollcm won one out of five games with the Dallas Black Glantu here Wednesday. The Giants stole Sunday a doufcle header, and duplicated the effort in M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 August 1922

t re x r3 1 - Vi " TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1928. PA(;S I'.!(,!IT i Si a r f : 1 0?SJ BOOR FCUCY OF THE LI- SRIAII5 AS RELATES TO THE BLACK UAH M OTHER PARTS OF THE UORLD LIUST EVENTUATE If J GOOD TO TIIEIIATI9I1 Til FNtiLIHII I WKXfi NORTH ti thB West Coast of Africa the wrlt AM CKNTUAI. AFH1CX er litd an opportunity of ge"8 I many practical illustrations of this P.y Chaa. W. Abington. , I spirit One could ee at a glance that The ltrltiih colonisation of the West many of the men that had been sent CViaxl North and North Central Afr'out there to occupy various pout did ri.-s. to be intelligible should be dis-j not represent the best type of Eu- ciakwo.i1 apart from their occupation or A SATISFACTORY INVESTMiXNT BEAUTIFUL HAIR AND SMOOTH SKIN Guaranteed by the use of French Preparations wLlch have stood the t?st of time. PARISIAN HAIR GROWER and BEAUTIFIER PARISIAN. PRESSING OIL and PARISIAN SKIN LOTION the best that money can buy. Why experiment? A tri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 August 1922

.AO .V,.. . . ' x. "UNTO THE FOURTH GENERATION," A Gripping Serial on Page Four. a ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCnVE IN SERVICE A' CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE ? ' , , : ; ; - ? : : : : rounded by W. B. King , ' fhe Republican Party Is Thi Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. . , t . i . i i i ' ' ' ,.,. , . I , 1 - ii. i ,i i -. i i ..... .- VOL. XXIX, NO. 44. ' ; ilitlll , DALLAS EXPRJiSS, BAIXAS; TEXAS, SAIXUDAV, Al'OCST 2fl, 19 PRICE FIVE CENT? IF ""V ") " PUBLIC TURNING Oft "BLACK MOSES." GARVEY AND HIGH OFFICIALS SPLIT POLICY. SALARY LIST AIRED. Now York Aug. 24. The bitter re sentment aroused by the announcement in the press of Marcus Garvey's Intel, view with the Imperial Wizard of the Infamous Ku Klux Klan earn to head Thursday night, August S. when a street corner meeting: on Seventh Avenue and 136th street was turned Into a huge demonstration against Garvey and his deluded followers. The meeting: opened under the aus. pices of Mokoto Manoondl, a native African...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 August 1922

THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AVGVHT 20, 1022. z: : - , ; : ; ; ; ; ; - ; ; 7 -. ...-. Personal ffleriteion . n M Yi Mrs. r)!i:I Hrewer of Glddlngs, 'lVxas, who han been viNltlni? hr sinter. Minium If. Bnmpson here for xt'vcral ins le ft for homo Wednesday, Mrs. VirKhili Holland of Corwkana, who has ooen vlHltinMr her frlenda, Mm U'.lla I'atterson, 1018 Jloll street Ifist U-n iayH remained here to at tend the l.aptlst State Sunday Buhnol Convention, which convened here this week. I.uui Cliatman. 101G Allen street, left Monday evninif for iK'troit, Michigan wlu ie lie has accepted a position as preusmiin and biiHhelman with the Jaim Crittenden Tailoring Co. Mr. Crittenden in an old Uallusite. Mrs. A. A. Smith. HUM Kouth St., left lust Saturday evening on a wo weeks vweiition She will atop at Tyler, three days and from tliure Bhe will vlf-it (old folks at home) lien demon. Mrs. Smith la a (staunch read er of till i.tallaa Expro-in. ' . Mr, Herbert. Hall of Fort Worth, s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 August 1922

U4mia jvi-ifci!.aa, v.mtjjxn, ieam. HAIXIUXW, AUGUST 36, 1022. I'A.'iE T.'.r V) mm Phonographs I M2 We are beautiful riving theaey Phonograph f'f ) baolutely FREE? w . 1 0, j ':' j i . . Playa any kind of Reo- Write Addreae -r-M S.W.H. ii 6. CO., r OOO evav 0Mwvvwri aW(-.: i i, IOl j f . p '."...Free 'II . i r away I I T! J 1 J - Pin n T .Ml orda., Write for fullf; X . particular. BEAUTY TALK. (By TJie Associated iKegro Press) Would you believe that not one sin gle question has been asked of me yet my feminine friends? I wonder why? Is it that you think I do not know? i Poff ! do know, for I am of the wis. dom of Mona Lisa, who keeps her sec rets with a smile, while I tell them with a laugh. I have learned that 1' Is well to smile, but to laugh la bet ter, for the wrinkles do not crease the corners of one's mouth so soon, But I conceit I do not posses one tiny bit, and if yu do not respond soon, I shall not believe 4t is that I am hold Ing your rapt attention, but with dis courageme...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 August 1922

THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1022. mi.T.A'i A " a .1 V .--1. 1 V President or King Which? v MfcMSER :i NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Sa'-irday minting n tiie year at 2600 (Swiss Avenue by THIS DALLAS EXl'UKK PIJ1IMSIIING C()PAHT. (Incorporated) Pallas. Texas. roitRio a dveiitising repbb. SKNTATiVEi rr. B. .I f Company, 08 Soath Dear koa Moi, t'lalrmsu. III. VI'. II. In Company, 404 Rfertm Pniirflns 1141 Fut Ausaa street. Entered at Post. Otrice at DeJ!i Texas. as net-on-i-clann matter, under Act of Congress, March. lUlt y IMPORTANT. No subscriptions mailed for a oe rlod l'sa pia.a three "months. Payment r same inuat ue , cvdia NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, atandlnn or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The ln.llas Bxprexs will be gladly cor rected npan Its being- brought to the attention or the publishers. TIIE DALLAS EXTflFAS, sniscBirrio'S advance. One ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 August 1922

A ,-.f THE DALLAS EXTR.ES8, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AVGl'ST 2, 1922. 0 i i i? V si ? 4 r,k 1 3 TEXAS TOWNS Rulb-Rev, Ragsdale filled his reg ular appointment Sunday at the C. M. E. church, Sunday School Rood at all churches. ' The Rood people and members of ML Pleasant C. M. E. church are repairing- their church makiniT readv for the Sunday School convention in September. Rev. Dews closed his meeting the first week in Atliriiat -urlfri a vroo4 pavlvil ,nH K rtia ' - additions to the church. Rev. Sweet closed his great revival and with the help of Rev. ' Harris of . Tyler. They conducted a glorious meeting at Mt, Ollle Babtist church, the best meet ing at this place in years with eleven additions to the. church and big bap tizing Sunday. The church was re vived very much, Mrs. Todd Is very ill at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Camtf- bell of Nacogdoches motored over Sunday to visit Mrs. Todd. Mr. A. Harris la still very 111 at this writ, ing. - . , Grrenvllle. New Hope S. S. was opened ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 August 1922

TIIK DALLAS KAPKKSS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1922. t'. r ' ' ay n is i"i t live iii'ul' "v. U ""V ,i ..s wiMh t .. even taouch ,1 ir-n h'l live Mrs. Annie U. Vv .r To 'I. ! " vlxlt to Cal- v,.,, rt-wt.il5 there alia accepted ll.f- " poiiUion. e:t Di.ine.stle. 8lonc. i.,iiH.T in lh (.)! t hiKh g-hool for dm rot mho. I term. The '.Ion rt A.....ci;'ti'm h-ld Ihoir moting at the ViiUl Itstpiut- church of till place. MLi" bixlv rr'arlfl an mprpwion upon r, fM5. i"fi o our ci'y, it attract'; M fi.,ii.,n the crowd thronged, froi J ecu (i-:(-..--M(ir to trip wtviits il flight tienly of goo! er- t .,-.is -'li-nty of good Binittoii. piomy f.K.-u t!ionit !lenty ,f K"1 .nyn wu had during the wfirlMi. our ;ty haa l"""t benefited by their cming herv The- church waa not ....... .w t,-. h..i,i thrt anxious ' !. Ko ' a. spacious tent waa i.sr,..-iuVl Hiln '' church and at li.o baron time. k vires were rolng on (n both plaoca. ITeachlr.af every wi-.r-ro. A live-l wfi'i; waa the te- 'Him o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 August 1922

THE DAIXAS EXPRESS, DA IX AS. T1UAS, SATURDAY, AVOrST 2, 1022. AQIE S 1 T SI SINGS FOR n hutal tr, :?uuh & AbtiUthi to, .... .... ... .... 1... .... A P.'OHTI ;W0RtD ffl IT m TEE S EG. Of Teias PROPOSED CSPITAIISKC Fct Worth, Texas J. A TV GIANTS TRIUMPH ON FOREIGN SOIL Humbles Tulsa Black Oilers On Home Pasture. Dallas Black Giants Invaded the haunts of the Tulsa Black Oilers Friday, Saturday. Sunday and Monday and the damaging; testimony on for eign soil . is aa follows: .- Giants won the opening game Fri day 3 to 1. duplicated the trick Sat urday, 9 to 0. Following Is the result of Sunday's double decker: Oiants (rrab first one 5 to 8; Tulsa gobbled up second in a fast 2 to 1 affair. Monuay's terrible battle will be long lernembered by Tulsa fans aa they sat watching their pets go down under a terrific Giant bombardmant that resulted In a ouo sided affair of 14 to 2. The Ollors came back Tuesday with added strength and determination and THE SILVER LEAF SOCIAL t'LUB, The above...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 August 1922

TUB DALLAS EATRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, HATUTmU'. AUGUST 2(1, 1022. UVil TQ GfiTI- (Continued from page 1). v The result i-Ln be soon, the c:u'f v.i;i ufu.i.'ij k.ii.1 aTilencofl to ( cxil in the West indies. V. I'll ln banishim-nt nf thin (niKlity cl.i (h ifi'ii'it of tlio pcoplo wa Tui-f .'ti. an i iiut ali opposition to Uri -It ('iimimitiuii was removed. l.atr on U war brute out. in the llenln i.ui.-.liim in which seven Mlitfllfl'ninmi w-i- Vulle.l jn. ln.llna- a hlth official. 'J I. n vr3 the H'unut (or a puniliv e lu.i.tniii wlii.h i;nnr.i-J tlio kiniic il.im into sulun'tinon. the kinjr w xnit into exiles. 'Much of the achieve ment A of this nptcinii.l Kiopls In highly (I. viioi'o'l art ari? now exhibited In (in- iwiiKih (u;Mim in Iondon. It niny hu awn snimiK the African ex lni.iii. Tlu-so discoveries only tfo to ml.ilaritait the conviction of Mr. Mlnnlfy and othr African explorers, tdat Uir wonderful achievements of Um World in an ami science of which wo nvw buiiHt. nilslvt linve ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 September 1922

V--. Are You Keeping "up "'With "UNTO THE FOURTH .OKNLiKA'IlUIN,' Et's uooi'ii ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCnVE IN SERVICE A GHAT.IPIOIJ OF JUSTICE a i3Esset;ger o? iron- v 7 S3 ?S I -i ' -4 I::;;; rounded br W. B. King 'The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The SeaFred Douglas. VOL. XXIX, NO. 45. THE DALLAS EXrRESH, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1022. rnica five cento n n n 17) J 11 o lb rrrj i T3 CT1 "TU r . V ft j Head of Back to Africa Movement Files Nine Suits in N. Y. Supreme Courts. Names Pickens, Bagnali and Owen Among De- famers. New York. N. Y.. Aug. II. Nine libel suits, aggregating1 $760,000, were filled In the Supreme Court by Mar cua Garvey against newspapers and Negro speakers. He charged them with publishing or making slander oua statement, concerning htm. The defendants named In the proceedings and amounts Involved are: The New York Times. 1200,000; New York Call, 1100,000; Amsterdam News. 150,000; New York News, $60,000; Robert R. Bagnetl $100,000; Cha...

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

ii THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TfcXAB, 8ATVKDAY. SEPTEMBER ffi, 1022. -WCi i fi vV- " "1 . LIS. -. k I 'I I " ' V 1 i t1 i-t . Wts . t n i-uy two I ... . k 1 I -4 t V l,i ' 'II . Hi , 'i' ,U ...... IIMI'i1 I. ..JkMlll . hi I r -..rr a t , - i; E , ... - . -. -i .1 ... .( L I . ti f. ,. r.,v- m ., - a y i f ... ";m.ii s iretraiSn i ' - ti uv .A I I ii ... ft . ... LPt At PJIOF. J. WASHINGTON. Treasurer of the Buiiai Department brings to the Order much stength. He l one of the foremost citizens of Tex as, Ex-Prealdent of Seguin College, Candidate for State Superintendent of Texas, a strong church leader .and one of the wealthiest men In hl city.Tho Mosaic Templars are fortunate to elect such a man. - Personal Mrs. E -J Beal of Rockdale prl- mary teacher in Rockdale Public School was a vinltor to Dallas laxt. week and was guests of Mrs. J. H. Curtis. 8100 State. I Mrs. Mtbel Wlltz, 2111 Clark.' left Sunday for Kansas City and Denver. ' She will vlHlt her mother in Kansas! City and othe...

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