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

paos: rrr.r m--. -- ----- A A. 1 !, A, T T TEXHS TOlfiZNS fllff f fTf f fffTTftTfTffTTTff fl THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOmMEBKR 11. 1022. 1 ;;;:x ..,,4 4 M .1 6 o Taylor. Many people who left In early fall to pick cotton are return ing to the city. Mr. Jeff Davis, who suffered a fracture arm re sult of an accident In Planter oil mill a few weeks ago, had the arm amputated Friday morning at the P. S. hospital. A great number of friends are anxiously awaiting his recovery. Mrs. Irma Hotten and her little Bazel left here Saturday night by the way of Fort Worth for her home in Kansas City. Her sister, Mrs. Llllie Holmes of the same city preceeded lust a few days. They spent a few months here with their mother. Mrs. Alice Johnson. Mr. C. H. Pickett, the employment of this city made a trip to the Rev. Gran city made a trip to the Kia Grande Valley last week with four car loads of cattle for grazing and feeding. Mrs. T. E. Campbell made a trip to AuHtin ast week oh busin...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 November 1922

IM S u Lz.irs.$,$ V .Oil M fcMC;'H NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning In the year at 2600 Swlsa ATenua by TUB DALLAS BVPHEfS rTOLISHINQ COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallaa. Texas. KORE1Q ADVEHTISIXQ REPRE SENTATIVE! W. B. 7 Iff Ompaar, 08 BBth Der n turret, hl. nne, 111. W. H. .Ill Campanr. Wrt fntdlna; U Fn.t Nuua Street, ti lvrk. N. Y. Entered at Port Offlca at Dallas, Teian, as sRcond-cla.is matter, under ct of ConfrreHB. March. 187 IMPOIITAJST. No aubncrlptlona mailed for a pe riod la than three""Ji)ontha. Payment far earn" must be 75 cents. NOTICE TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the haractr, standing or reputation of an; peron. firm or corporation which Jy appear In the columns of The Jjallas Express will b (fladly cor rected upon Its being brought to the attention of the publishers. THE PALLAS EXPRESS, SUBSCRIPTIONS 15 ADVANCE. One Year t'tx Months Three Months Single Copy $2.25 1.25 .75 05 THE DALLAS EXPRESS has never hoisted the whit f...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 November 1922

THE DALLAS EXPRESS,' 1) ALLAH, TKXAS, SATURDAT, NOVL"MEBETl 11. 1922. o o TEXAS TOWNS Waco Mr. Jim Hazwell, an ldcutt: Mrs. Willie Beard iesDtirg. resident of Waco, who now liven in, Sick list: Mrs; Texanna Miller, Mr. Ft. Worth is in ihe cit visiting. Mrs. A. Fonner, resident of Calvert, pas sed through the city on her way to McGregor, where aha will reside with her sister, Mrs. Doctor Davis. She is associated with her sister in dry goods business. Mr. Saunders of the Mexla Manufacturing Company Is looking tha city over. Mr. Saun derson formerly lived in Waco, he was a mail clerk. Mrs. Hill Matron of Prairie View College is gueBt in Doctor and Mrs. H. L. Smith's home, Eastside. Prof. Waller and ' Mrs. Hunter are in attendance of the Cotton Palace, having charge of the Prairie View Exhibits. Mrs. Ltir clle Morris, McBay and mother-ln-in-law. Mrs. McBay and Miss Miss McBay are pleasant visitors In the city with relatives as well as Cotr ton Palace and Carnival. The Hol lowe'en part g...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 November 1922

7 THK DALLAS i;SPRKS3, DALLAS, TKYAH, SATCTtPAY. yOVFMKBKIt iU 1M'2 i Oklahoma Towns. . .. . , -.--5"T-,lrV-- i . - f -1 Tovns .... v . Vii( !;iU FbHh Teachers Assoc-1 that he was not coming, departed latU.ii of t'e Booker T. Wasl.lnKton ! to thoir -arlous homos which effect- r.ch(Kil Is uiunulnz an "Educational , ea me auaicnce to sumo sitm IiiiUy" and "Tap; Day'', to sec tiro futii's to etpiip the Flay ground. Don't fait to bo tasf-ed. $14 of the ?28 pledged to secure a set of Stand ard K' fcronco Books for the Lihrarv tent. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. ( i Okmulgee The Zetfe annual ses- Bion of the Oklahoma Conference or the A. M. 23. Zion church Is now hls- tory. Bifihop P. A. Wallace, A.. K. I I). D., presiding elder called the con- i . Tq rhnnol t I . Sharps, OKianooia, six roues wi ui Okmulgee. From the reports of the different pastors, the conference had made a marked Improvement. Some of the leading features of the con ferences were the reports and, rec ommendations of the co...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 November 1922

n: rTI ffffTTf ' THE SP.OR-TING'WOKLD. o ft ,. rrrrn , .... . . K i " . v .1 - ' .. I , 1 ' o o ay a. n. nruoie. ' On Saturday at 3:30 P. m., Nov. 4. at Riverside Park, Coach Fox's Marauder of Washington HI School, deafeated the Terrors of Terrell HI School of Ft Worth. The game was . Played clean and hard fought from whistle to whistle. Out-garaed and out-thwarted the Terrors at the end . knocked out a Terror nearly every of the game betook themselves to! minute. Redmond Intercepted 1 for Fort Worth, hurt by their defeat ward pass once and again ran 20 thrust upon them by the Marau-j yards for a touchdown. Donnell and ders; though the Marauders did not: score any In the last half the .Ter- ors scored only two touchdowns and , one place kick. The final scores i were 19-13 In favor of the Dallas : team. The opposing aggregation in! expertly executing forward passes were fairly successful. Then they did the chain gang march but the Maurauders broke it up almost be fore it was in play....

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 November 1922

' " f , """I. ' v" ' " ' r-f. m imimh IMM.AM, TEXAS. KATUROAY, KOVKMKItnil 11. 1622. Excelsior M u t u a 1 B eri e f i t A s s o ciati.on Makes Commendable Record Pays out $i 2,000 in 8 weeks of Dengue Epidemic, an average of $1500 per week, makes firmer its hold upon the hearts ot the citizens of Dallas. Mrs. Samanthy Gee, my pa's a reg'lsr booster Hc'11 got moBt folkn skint by a block He boost o much fvr the EXCELSIOR 'Till It most give ma a shock. VKit you bet she soon recorvered When he told her what they'd done When that awful Dengue (Fever Had the folks all on the run. She, then asked pa to toll about it While ho smoked his old cob pipe Smiling like a great big apple When it's good and red and ripe. "Well, I'll tell you. miss Samanthy Tlout this EXCEL8IOH insurance plan Evan though I wasn't book-learnt Twaitn't hard to understand Polks Just got the Dengue Fever The doctors say from skeeta bite li,t when their bones began to ache 'em Take it from me it was good night. 'En fer e...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 November 1922

ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCnVE IN SERVICE A CHM PIOM OF JUSTICF A MESSENGER OF HOPE runded b7 W. B. King. "The Republican Party h Th$ Ship, All Else h The Sea." Fred Douglas. ' . . ; VOL, XXX, KO. 4. THK DAJLLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1922- PHICEI FIVE C2OT3 RESENT STATEMENTS OF CONGRESS MAN DYER THAT NEGROES DO NOT FEE PROPERLY TOWARD THEIR OWN. PREACHER LEADS OBJECTORS. Wichita, Kans., Nov. 18. "The Negroes of Wichita are asleep at the switch. In a city the Blze of Wichita, with 8,000 Negroes, every one of you ought to be wide-awake workers for the cause of your brethren in the South who are suffering the torture of the damned there at this minute. You are not doing your duty here, especially you leaders, or you would have had a larger crowd here this evening to hear me speak on this subject which so di rectly pertains to every man in your race," said Congressman L. G. Dyer of St. Louis, who was brought here to discuss his antl-lynching bUl with the Negroes,...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 November 1922

, "'iyUTj'T yryyy'1 av"-tt-v w-iw'..Tr-"f-'' 111"1 .; ) C 1 0 CM VV I 0 M I 'i h 0 M 0 jj !:;i:ji2iA! ij I iff; Mention' J f i. " . u Mrs. M. E. Mitchell and Miss Jes 'ie Alexander entertained at hom on Friday night , at 8 p. ni., 3115 Thomas avenue, in honor of Miss C. S. Hawkins, a number rt Invited guosls were present, the jntitipa tion of an caning was to them all a delightful and pleasant affair. Miss Hawkins was presented a little tok en by Prof. Phillips from Mrs. Mit chell. Miss Hawkins left for Los Angeles, Calif. Monday evening, her future home. Pride In your home paper be speaks pride in self. Your paper represents the progressiveness of your city. Wide-awake publishers appreciate your support and will give you a finst-clusB publication. Mrs. Lewie Yerwood of Ft Worth and Mr. Daniels of Fort Pierce, Florida, wife of Dr. Daniels were quests of Mrs. N. Lane. 2422 Caddo street, last week. Rev. S. Montgomery of Muskogee, VI A DIMfT AM ii. u w. iDimjiun OF SERVICE IN TEXAS, SE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 November 1922

v.ci T!:r.:::j V 'J TT TT TTTTTTTTT T T ' TUT . .IT ....... .................... . . .. . ............ ......... .............. ...... A . . .A .lllttttttUiAttAttAtlAtltttlitAXAAtlttAAAti!!,!, X v"tttttfttt'tfTvwvT'T'v,-r tt--.-..-.... ' ' ...... XI . XXo '"' ' ' ' if it: - r t rf-rr n -7twt n Hi: Hi V.7T-C TTMn J KT O THE DALLAS EXPRESS. PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, XOYEMBKl 18, 1022 1 Lubbock. Rev. H. Brown preach ed. Sunday school and B. Y. P. U. are marching upward. Brother H. Peterson, president of the B. Y. P. U. is giving his life to the work. Miss I E. Waliar and Mr. Willie Lee were joined In matrimony at 7:30 p. m., Rev. Brown, pastor, of ficiated. Henderson,- Mr. Walter Frank lin made his arrival after being ab sent for about eight weeks. Prof. W. H. McCane left last week for the hospital at Marshall. Misses Pearl Henry, J. A. Belle, Ollle Wal lace, Bertha Robinson, M. J. Hurd, Anna Boggess and Mr. George Hurd attended the East Texas Baptist As sociation at Alto, last week. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 November 1922

t;:r i.u.i,.ts express M r. MBEH nationai. r' :gr j press . ASSOCIATION. Fulilirhed every Saturday morning In the year at 2600 Swl Avenu by rllE DALLAS KSntKSS IBHMtlHNO COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texan. luill'Hi ADVKHTIS1.Q HKPHB. BKJfTATlVEl ' W. D. 7 Iff r.iipiT, "-S Stb Bew- Mrfil, hit nmH III. v. K. 7,lk Cmpny, 4ft MartoB Rutll!nK UK I o.t J.M Street, N ctt Vork, X. Y. Knttril at Pout Office at Pallaa, Texas. aecond-claxa matter, under Ant ,.f Congrea. Maroh, 1' IMPORTANT. No BUbacrlptlona mailed for a pe--io.l le tlian three 'month. Payment f-r aama must ba 75 ceoU. ITOT1CB TO TUB PCBI.IO. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, etnndln or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which ny appear In the columns of The Dalian i'Jxpresa will be gladly Cor re;ted tipon Ita belna; brought to the ttention of the publishers. THE DALLAS "EXPRESS, SUBSCRIPTION'S IX ADYASCE. One Year FIk Months three Months Singie Copy 2.25 1.25 . .75 .05 THE DALLAS EXPHESS has never hois...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 November 1922

- . - -,-..-...... . !.,.', . ' i Vi ' . . ... TIIJE DALLAS EXPRESS, DAIAAH, TEXAS, 8ATVRDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1022 0 TEXAS TOWNS and urennani. me cnurcnes anu Sunday Shools are in good trim. I Hon. Chas. S. Stewart, the great Negro writer of the Associated Press delivered a lecture at St. John s a. M. E. church Monday night. Rev. J. A. Jackson, delivered a noted ser mon at Mt. Rose Baptist church. Rev. G. W. Ballard will leave Tues day afternoon to kttend the an nual conference of. the A. M. E. churches with an excellent report. We hope for his return. Oartlmge. Holland High School Is running successful . under the su pervision of Prof. J. H. Pendleton, principal and Mrs. Pendleton and Butler, assistants. The association has donated to Holland high school $310.66 to help run the institution. Sunday school was well attended Sunday. Rev. A. F. Black was at his poBt and preached a God sent ser mon. Mr. Calvin and Douglas Wll cats of Terrell are here visiting their father, Mr. W. S. Wilcot...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 November 1922

j i UL),.1,,i,jriM.it,,)ai.s Aae-wchurches f$ SAMCM BAPTIST OIIVRCII. Sunday school Is still holding Its own In spite of the Inclement con dition of the weather. At 11 o'clock services were con ducted by ttev. . DeLooncy of Texar kann, Texas, whd preached a soul Btlrlng sermon from the 4tU rsalms and the first verse, owing to the condition of the weather the con gregation was rather small. The B. Y. P. U. rendered a nice program. Rev. E. W. Thomas, the president Is still going on In his never tiring effort to make the union a success. Night services still have Its sweetness. On last Monday night the c!ubs reported. $553.0:5 on the J2.000 rally. - : Rev. M B. Bllbrew. pastor. M. Hawkins, Reporter. MT. TIKRIIOX BAPTIST CIItTRCH. Sunday School was conducted on time with a good attendance and the lesson was well taught by the pas tor. At 12 m., the pastor read the 9th chapter of Jeremiah and a short talk by Rev. T. B. Mills. At 3:30 p. m., the pastor preached a good sermon. At 7:30 p. m...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 November 1922

PAUVi SJ;VL' IfT THE-SPOKTING WORLD ' '"A THE DALLAS EATRESS, DAM-AS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 192'J :::: m ,r '- . -Ma ,,,, li . PAUL QUINN DEFEATS TEXAS TEXAS COLLEGE BY LARGE SCORE. Waco. Texas, Nov. 16. Paul Qulnn College took the first step torward the championship of the Southern Athletic Conference when she defeated Texas College of Tyler, by the decisive score of 33 to 0. Paul Qulnn took the Tyler boys off their feet In the first quarter by a series of well executed line bucks end runs, and was never headed. Although the score was large, It does not do justice to the efforts of the Texas College eleven during the second half, when they held the East Waco pigskin chasers scoreless. However, Coach Long sent his entire reserve team, and replaced them when Texas College was within striking distance of the goal. There were no outstanding stars, the entire P. Q. C. eleven perform ing In creditable style, while Texas College gained splendidly In mid field, but seemed to lose t...

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. — 18 November 1922

TH11 BALM? EXPRKSS, PALLAS, TEXAS,' SATVItPAY, NOVllMIlEU 18, 1923 -. t-T? rrrir - ! theater o.'fen: Charles I. fca'luy, Atlanta. Ga.; E. L. Cummlngs, ! (Continued from Pago I). sacola, Fla.; II. J. Hury, lilrmiag ham, Ala.; A. Barrasso, Memphis, Term.; L. S. Boudreaux, Lyric, New Orleans; C. H. Turpin St. Louis, Mo. i: n. To him Jew and Gentile were tin" sons of God bound together by the ties of his Fatherly love. But 'v.roppnn Christianity Is the anti thesis of thnno doctrines; it proache e nationalism, racUliam ami sec tarianism. Now the question 'u whether here in Africa Protestantism will be al lowed to continue V.o mischief mak ing or not? But till challenge that has been made by the Native sec tion of the Diocese of Joahnnesburg " rloarly shows that It will sooner or later, face an African Protestantism. No one can deny the fact that our people throughout the country are fed up with the policy of segregation In Church and Slate. The day Is not far off when they will claim abs...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 November 1922

. 1 -, . ' )v X .. V? V M t1 1 1 mm ALWAYS FftOGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICF A rESSENGER OF HOrE i t. i i i r. t i" - ' ' -- .......... . . . - . . . reunded bj W. a. . Ktof . "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else It The Sea." Fred DougUs. ' - ; VOL. XXX, NO. 5. ' THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1923 PRICK FIVE CENTS fn) V 111! mi 1 o DR. MOTON AND PARTY GREETED BY CHEERING NEW YORK THRONG ON AR- (By A. N. P.) New York, N. Y Nov. 23. Dr. Robert It. Moton and his party ar rived last Tuesday on the Steamer Majestic, returning from his tour of .England, Scotland- and France, where he went to deliver addresses before the Scottish churches Mis sionary Congress, which met at Glasgow. . Dr. Moton wan met at the pier by a large group of friends who wel comed him home after his success ful pilgrimage to Europe to present the cause of the darker races. Wednesday night the citizens of New York tendered him a welcome home reception at the ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 November 1922

THE IMIXAS KXPJIKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 85, 1023 r ( .( UTS .HI'S CIXXOT li V-y A. N. i.) .'iifti;-:'.nn, Nov. "3. Japanese are i .t i d,- i);tt.iirnli;.;itioa in !.. ' i.H'.l ssiat-f, it was hold today i y vUe t'-nprmw court. i.i It a flndinc, the court disposed of two rates, one brought from Hawaii v T.'.ko 0:tu ayiUiat the United :;::,!(; nnd the other brought I'.y TT'.iji Yanmshit.i iind Charles H!o !.r: ii uuuinst the secretary of state of YVaslmiKiim. In tho latter cane t'x!i Japanese fc.nl been naturalized liy a court of the suite cf i .isliington, Imi. v, ere nfn! ( d Incorporation as ft re I e.,t:,te firm on the grounds that their naturalization was illegal. The lower federal " courts denied lint iiallatii.ii in !r.ili rases, but tlie ninth. Circuit Court of Appeals, la considering the Ozawa case, suspen ded its decision and abk the Supreme roert for instructions as to. whether Japanese are. "liriblc for citizenship wider the naturalization laws. The question...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 November 1922

I'AGK TH'.; TEXKS TO Jrt N S HI THE PALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1922 1MK. ...... !... , ...... ! - ,, SIM. .... .MM. 1 .MM. - (MM. Mineral Wells. Rev. J. M. Bold Ing, P. C. of the Mt. Olive A. M. E church preached at 11 and at 8 o'clock. The spirit ran high. Mrs. Carnara Alexander, president of the A. C. L. E., la planning for a pro gram on Thanksgiving night to be gin at A. M. E. church. Rev. Allen the present pastor of the C. M. E. church is attending annual confer ence. Mr. J. B. Steward of Naples, Texas, are here visiting his brother, Mr. 0. S. Steward. Mrs. Gertrude Gordon left for Ft. Worth, Texas where she Is to Join her husband. Mrs. Upshaw and Mr. Frank Boy kins are reported sick. Mr. Sandy Cole off Gainesville, Texas, has been In the city for some time seeking his health left Sunday for his home He reported very much Improved by the waters. Mrs. May Boltlzar Natchez, . La., is here visiting her Blster-ln-law, Mrs. w. H. Sheppard. Services were on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 November 1922

iui.as ixrui:;i3 NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. i'ubllsbwd every Saturday mornlrt la tbe year at 2600 Swiss Avenue by iaa iam.as Kxriticss rcunsuiNC COMPANY. Incorporated) Dallaa. Texaa. KORKIU ADVERi'SSlNO RKPfJES SKNTATIVEl W. B. Iff CampoBy, OS goath Dear tun Sfr-t. lilc ni; . III. W. !. 'Iff Company, M Uartt flidln,c 1JH l:ml Aaaaaa fctrcet. Aer Vrk N. Y. Kntred at t'oat Office at Dallaa, TfiKH. as aneond-claaa matter, under -t nf CoKKreat, Aiarch. 15 important. No aubiicrlptlona mailed for a pe riod In than threeniontha. Pa ment fur aame must be 7I centa. NOTICE TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneoua reflection upon the character, atnndlns or reputation of any pernor), firm or corporation which appear In the columns of The 1'allas Kxprena will be trladly cor rected upon Its being brought to tha attention of the publisher. THE 'DALLAS EXPRESS, 8OSCBirTI0S 15 ADVANCE. One Year J2.25 Fix Months 125 Three Months a, - .75 Single Copy .05 THE DALLAS EXPKESS has never hoisted the white feath...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 November 1922

... ...ir. - H?1 H''" r'-.-:wt --.- -., ("; v'. ' ' ; - ........ - - 1 ' " ' - - -' " .' ' v. . . ' - s . THE DALLAS EXTRKS8, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1923 raj; 3 5 o 0 TEXAS TOWNS Marshall. The A. M. E. Annual Conference convened In annual ses sion with Ward's Chapel A. M. E. church. A large delegation of preach ers, laymen and sinters present, Bishop Johnson presiding. Nice pro grams were had daily. Many able preachers on the ground. Rev. Jen kins, our old time friend was among the great number. Rev. Flfer, the pastor used every effort to make It pleasant for ail witn nis gooa mem- bers and citizens. Come again Bish op Johnson, you are welcome. Rev. C. Booker, pastor of Bethesda Bap tist church preached for Rev. Spen cer Sunday evening, Mrs. J. O. Wil liam Is up after being down several days with the fever, able to meet 1 -1 - aha r.9 1 . I 1 ner cikdiwb no UUD ui tug yi luuiiiai teachers of Wiley University. Grand Master, H. G. Goree, Grand Master of the Odd Fellows ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 November 1922

4' - .... ; '' - 0 OWLS PAIlADIi inn At:. lust SJcxM-nn Ami Ne. ro l.;ur Is ltcporteil. Brwknrl,!K. Texas. Nov. 13. Considerable agitation Is on in this clly between an organization that calls Itself Ihe "White Owla" and the Mexican and Negro population of the city. Te ablation crows out of ihe rieniHPrt male by the Owla that noth ing t,n white labor be employed In the c::y, Tim Owla n- meeting ref?- ularly, find have teid a b'g pa 'raile, in which abont 800 marched, anions them being some women. , It is said by Rome employers of Negro and Mexican labor that the demand l.i being mado that white men be guhfttituted in large num bers over the city bearing the words, "We employ white people only." Negroes and Mexicans are leaving the city In conKiderable numbers. No violence has been reported. At a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce that body passed unani mously resolutions promising pro tection, legal and otherwise, to all law-abiding and employed Negroes, Mexicans or persons of any o...

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