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

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, Dif :S. TEXAS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 28, T WT fffff TTTffTTff Tf TTfTfffTffl " i TME SPORTING: WORLD 5' I if TTfftftTTfftfv W V ,, . r,"-i .,i . ff ' O&i X rRAIRIE VIEW. Prairie View, Texas, Nor. 23. In one of the moat spectacular games ever witnessed, Paul Pulnn College defeated Prairie View by the score of 13 to 7. The game was bitterly contested for a solid hour and neither team had slowed a bit when the final whistle blewIt was one of those nerve-racking games that keeps the spectators In a con stant uproar, and many of the Prairie Viewites and the crowd that Journeyed from Waco to witness the contest will doubtlessly suffer from heart trouble " for some time to come. The victory gave P. Q. C. what she has been striving to ac complish for years, a victory over P. V. The first Quarter was played al most entirely in Prairie View's ter ritory, the East Waco Eleven losing a golden opportunity to score a touch down on a costly fumble, on Prairie View's 10 yard li...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 November 1922

..::t. THE i,.V!,US KXPRKSS. P.U1AS, TEXAS, SATCKDAY. NOVEMni3l 23, 1022 DALLAS EiHTHS IJliUis, Mr. ami Mis. V. Hurrlugton, 2225 Santa Fe, a girl. Mr. afid Mrs. Raymond Btckiter, 3508 Spence, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gillon. 2428 Lawrence, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Jan. Jones, 6013 Mc Kinney, a boy. Mr. end Mrs. Willie Williams, 1411 Hord, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Dawson, 2109 Coombs, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cooper, 3516 Munger. a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Spencer, Rose dale street, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. John Bryant, 1604 S. Central, a boy. Mr. and Mia. Raymond Harrison, 6100 Cole, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Carter, 4 416 Frank, a boy. James A. JohnBon, 1908 Juliette, a girl. ' I to. W'HOOL H'XDS IMl'ttOVK MX:n( SCHOOL. (Continued from Page 1). 1300,000 toward the endowment, rnakin a total of 150,000 for Me- liarry endowment. Efforts are now' ... i .. .... tin 000 to make the endowmert one mil lion. 9. An administration and school building also a refectory, have been erected at Wiley C...

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

r gocdjis ixmsiir tronarisiw op 2js.us AUSTIN SiSXAS Mi I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF IUSTICF A mSFJJGER OF HOre J feunded by W. B. King. . TAtf Republican Party is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. ' - ' ' . ' - - , VOL. XXX, NO. 6. ". i ,1 . , i THK DALLAS KXI'IIESS, DALIiAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1922. PRICB FITB CENTS n glU ISIS1 LI3 MEMBERS OF NIGHT RIDING PARTY IN GEORGIA IDENTIFIED. CASE MAY . PROVE BASIS FOR STATE ANTI LYNCH LAW. Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 30. Identifi cation of the members of the white mob which attacked the home of Asbury McCluskey, prominent Color ed citizen of this community, wound ed the man himself and attempted to drive him from the community, has resulted in the filing of a suit for $50,000 against mobblsts, by the Georgia Commission on Inter-raclal Co-operation. Under the leadership of Dr. T. J. Wolfter, the commtsion Is waging a vigorous campaign against mob violence and Injustice, and for the development of a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 December 1922

Tins DALLAS EXFRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. -DECEMBER 2, 1923, CALKS A t- UK'A CO;-TL'KNT OF Kt'W York, N. Y.. Nov. 30. Afri ca pliouM be rt-ffej to as the "Con t::.tnt of Great Misunderstandings" lsih-r than the "Dark Continent." and its vast potential strength in law material and in the development of its native peot lea should be Btn tsed cf emphasizing the Jungle sav agery; such ia the theme of a re port made by &o international com mission after an 'iuCenalve study of African hygienic, ooouoiuic, social, and religious conditions. The re port has been published by the Phelps-Stokes Fund. The commission, composed of ex perts in educational and missionary fields, spent ten months 1.1 Africa during the fall of 1920 and the fol lowing winter, traveling more than 25.000 miles through Weit, South, and equatorial Africa. Scores of schools and mission stations sup ported by Churches of America and Europe were visited. Colonial olft clala and European traders were consulted and Nat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 December 1922

I THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. DECEMBER B, 132. PAGE TITIU'B T T T TEXHS TOWNS t vffrM'- Tf TTTTf T F TVff f f i frtHiimiDiiHiurnirainMiiinininii Marshall The remains of Mr. Thomas Conurs. formerly of Mar shall, died In Little Rock," his home after a long Illness, his remains was Bhlpped to Marshall for Interment funeral attended from Ebenezer M. E. Church, laid to rest In the Col lege cemetery, burled with Pythian honors. lie lea- es a devoted wife and several children and a host of friends to mourn his lost. Mrs. Geor gia Waller died in Dallas, after an operation, her remains was shipped to Marshall interment with American Woodmen honors. She leaves a hus band and three children and many friends to mourn her lost. Laid to rest In the Powder Mill cemetery. Mrs. Rev. N. T. Mitchell, a highly and much loved by all who knew her. After a long sickness she bowed in submission to the will of Him who doeth everything well. She has a husband, Rev. N. T. Mitchell and several...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 December 1922

THE PAMPAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1P22. DtlXAS EXPRESS U'3 I v 4 ,m iirrTTiri NATICNAL NECRO PRES3 ASSOCIATION. ELACK TItOOPS AID HIS FREICII TIGEiL FuMIahcd every Saturday morning lu tba year at 2600 Swtsa Avenua by YHK DALLAS RXPRESS PUBLISHING COMPAKT. (Incorporated) Dallaa. Text. FOBEIO ADVERTISING BKPKK-SBWTATnnBi W. B. SIff rl)iiTr 408 Saatfc Dear- baa ( blniia. III. XV. B. .Iff OMiaiir, Martea PntldlMit 111 tamt Ifaaaaa Htm-U ktw York. If. Y. Entered at Poat Offic at Dallas, Tnxaa. aa eoond-claa mutter, under Act of Congreas, ilarch, 161 IMPORTANT. No aubacrlptlona mailed for a pe riod ' than three'Thontlie. Payment far auurie mut be 76 oeota. HOTICE TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon tba character, standing; or reputation of ny pernon, firm or corporation which appear In the columns of The I'allft Hiprenit will be gladly cor rected I'poo Ita being brought to the attention of the publisher THE DALLAS EXPBESS, sunscitirnoxs in adtasce. One Year...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 December 1922

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1022. ' TEXAS . iff I TOWNS 1 H . Mejiia. Supt. Kelly of Antloch was at hhi post Sunday and had a most splendid Sunday school. At 11:30 Pastor Talley preached a soul stirr ing serman, President Allen called the Union to order at 5:30 p. m. an elaborate program was rendered at 8 p. m., pastor Talley took his text from Jno. 3rd chapter. 10th chapter. The audience was held spell bound. Collection $32.00. Pas tor Dever of St. Jnohn A. . M. E. being at conference no services were held. The Sacred Concert Co., rendered a splendid recital Tuesday night to a full house. The Deroloc Mexla Oil Syndicate is drilling a well in Falls county. Mr. K. C. to the city Monday on business, Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rhodes. Mexla, Route 1, a fine firl. Mrs. Delia Burleson at this late hour Is ijena Burieson at initiate nour .l-lJ? rdUeT.S! v v vtvvii vssia vvaas au uuit , New pastor of Antloch Baptist church preached to crowded house d hence the w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 December 1922

Tim DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1922. 4 "V V -v- 4 ? SO 2312 ELM STREET !7 Every dollar spent 5n our store gets you Every article guaranteed as represented of money refunded. We have endeavored for the past twenty years to give every one a square deal, and it's up to you to judge. twice the value. The biggest stock of un redeemed Diamonds to select from, for less ntcney than the regular jeweler can buy it for. 1 "V . : ... IF. 1.1 OHO .MM. .MM .MM .MM. OOO .. OOO nO'l m - 3 ViJ'i' it.; r'-" SB. t " T " it- 2 t t S Ladies Platinum and white gold diamond rings from $27.50 to $050.00 Men's diamond rings in many desired mountings from $18.00 to - $750.00 Ladies' Platinum and diamond Bar Pins from $30.00 to .'. .$500.00 Ladies' and Men's diamond Cluster rings from $35.00 to - $200.00 Lavalliers diamond, gold and platinum from $6.00 to : $250.00 Diamond Scarf Pins most artistic designs in plat inum and gold from $5.00 to .$150.00 Ear Screws set ' in white gold and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 December 1922

THE PALLAS EXPRESS, 1" AULA 8, TEXAS, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1022. V AC.fi skvi: 4 vyy TEXAS TOVitlS mm m - m Hubbard Sunday School at Love ly Hope Baptist church was well at tended. Rev. B. S. Peebles was at his post, service well attended, col lection $33.68. Rev. J. H. Hardl man was intown Monday, shaking hands with friends, Mrs. V. B. Law son and Mr. A. D. Johns were mar ried at the brides home on the 16th inst. Rev. B. S. Publes, officiated. Several of our young folks attended the conference which was held at Phelm. Bro. L. B. Klnchion of Bel ton, passed through en route to Phelem and was the guest of Prof. H. C. Davis. Tajlor. Mt Arle Baptist church had great services Sunday. The mem bers were all smiles to have their pastor Rev. Jackson with them after having been sick three weeks. Rev. C. N. Hampton, our Supt., of State Missions was with us Sunday and pteached two sermons. Collection for the day $38.00. Closing services at ARllen Chapel A. M. E. church for this year was good ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 December 1922

- 2 V : ! i THE PAULAS EITRKSS, PALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY. DECEMBER E, 1022. VAC yrv! 1'"' Mminmf -f'frvi'fXXP'W'f iMl C'MrsuBjukl rp. jTj y ' '""'"f f ""T rT? .i.-.V-v. '.. 5 When One Things of Hair and Toilet Preparations, One, at The Same Time, Thinks of Si ,.f ?!) B f ! C;VESHO S ky . TERMS AS LOW AS Wl Ll f W' 1 I r i i 'i i : ti . ri a ' : ! I- I r i I;-. -.3 f S i ! r j 4 anivmfCreclit the money! Gifts for everybody that you couldn't buy cheaper for Cash! No matter how fine a gift you want to give yau can get it at SHAW'S without missing the money! No finer Dia monds or Jewelry are handled, and your money will he refunded if you can buy cheaper for cash anywhere else! ' Pay a little down, get what you want, and pay the halance in small, easy installments. Sit will trust you. $5) : AS L017 AS VN V ""iSestsijti:le fekis I Jvr Lets you give what you want to without missing DIAMOND RINGS 7? Hfl Here is a wonderful Rinn at a most amazinu small price. Beautiful perfectly Cut, Blue, W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 December 1922

j t GO CUTIS fcXHlAK nr-iy voii -.in j vj .iiw, itj vi vuj irv .mkj vUL vsy uuv uul v t S3 A CHAimUN W JUiIILr j ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCnVE IN SERVICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE M f i . . raunded by W. H. King. , "The Republican Party It The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Trtd Douglas. VOX;. XXX, NO. 7. " THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1922. , PRICE FIVH CENTS CHARGES ON FLOOR OF SENATE THAT SCOn, COBB, HOUSTON, LEVIS AND LYONS WOULD RECEIVE $650,000 IF LOAN WAS GRANTED LIBERIA; MEN IS SUE DENIALS.. Washington, D. C- Dec. 7. A charge that five prominent Negroes bad a contract to obtain $650,000 if if the Liberian loan bill should paw was made in the senate Inst Thurs day afternoon by Senator Pat Har rison, a domocrat from Mississippi, during consideration of the bill. Names The Men To Get The Bake-Off Senator Harrison named the men, three of them live in Washington, Dr. Emmett J. Scott, secretary of Howard University; Jame A. Cobb and William L. Houston, attorneys...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 December 1922

... THE PAIM9 EXPRESS, DALliAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1022. ICS CF KILLS- j.TE STATE ASS'H CF ECE1 TUCKERS. Continued from pnte 1.) jnoro cilici-Tit or nation of the as sociation were proposed - by Tresl dcnt riersr.n. among which were iho following. Boii'jse the Association will be tln bwlieluiy (a) In assured rail roail raK-a; (b) in general advertise ment; (c) in securing the presence and services of many educators of note thnt otherwise would te made practically impossible; an.t other reasons nrt necessary to ttit-ntlon here. I recommend the Colored Teachers State Association meet at (he name tle end place as does that of the white teachers. Provided, hrrevf-r timt the Dresldent-elect, to- nether with the Advisory Council, f will have power to do otnerwise in cases where our people may not be able or willing to meet the repulre r.ients of the Association. I also recommend that we set aside annually 10 per cent, or at least $50.00, as our contribution and representation fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 December 1922

r.u;io r:wr.vi i f ttf f tf TTtTfTTTTTftff TTf tf f tf Tf f fTt 1 Is! f TEXRS TO W N S . .. ...... tti ITiHmniinmiminnHHiiiinniiiiiimiiininniMiiiomiiimuinm iiimmifliitMiMiioiiMiiHmmiiiiiuHitiouimiimiHn TUS1 DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 9, 1922. Abilene. Mrs. Velma Graves of of Dallas, Is visiting her mother-in-law, Mrs. P. Alexander. The din ner given by the ladles of the Civic League. Thanksgiving day, was Quite a success, realized over 120.00. Miss Irene Brazil of Weatherford, en route to Rotan, spent a very pleasant day and night with Miss A. V. Wooden. The Needle Craft club en tertained a few friends at the rest- Jnnnn Ul O Tl A Mm .T d Ml P JftflAft. UOl'VO ... - . , Friday night. This club Is planning, i I lun; uiqu... - r j . some very Interesting work for the winter. Mrs. F. Beverly, president; Mrs. J. Jones, secretary; Mrs. Tur ner is very ill at this time with typhoid. Rev. Hamilton and mem bers of M. E. church held a very successful rally last Sunday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 December 1922

t j EE DALLAS EXPRESS V : vv,nr-mi NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturcia rooming In the year at 2600 Swiss Avenue by THE DALLAS EXPRESS PUBLISHIKQ COMPASY. (Incorporated) Dalit, Texas. FORE1Q ADVEItTISIWQ SEJtTATlTEl REPRB- W. B. 7.tt Ooiuphbt, 08 Seats, Der kxm Street, :hlca(i;o, 111. W. B. Iff Company, 404 Mortosj PalldlnK 114 East ' Street, hew lork, N. 1'. Entered at Post Office at Dallas, Texas, as second-class matter, under Act of Congress, Alarcb. 187 IM POItTANT. No subscriptions mailed for pe riod less than threeTnonths. Payment fr same must ba 75 cents. KOTICB TO TUB FCB'-IC. Any erroneous reflection upon tbe Character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which tn.y appear in the columns of Tba Uallas Express will be gladly cor rected upon Its bulngr brought to the attention of the publishers. T1IE DALLAS EXPRESS, SUBSCRIPTIONS IX AUYAXCE. Cse Year ptx Months Three Months.., Single Copy ....$2.25 1.25 .75 .05 THE DALLAS EXPRESS ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 December 1922

4 5 ---.. '. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, RATl'RI AY, DEOKMRFR , 1923. ..-v"- -sV. W5'2fc5'St - TEXAS TOWNS Cleburne. Cleburne has been blessed with a great revival at the Shiloh Baptist church conducted by Rev. J. C. Lott of Austin, a man of . unusual power by the weildlng of of his gospel sceptre, 46 were add ed to the church. Dr. Lott was very much pleased by the hospitality ac corded him by the Cleburne people and the co-operation of all the churches in town. Thanksgiving obseerved with pleasure dinner was served on the ground. Dr. Lott Preached 3 of his famous sermons that day. Baptizing from Shiloh Baptist church Sunday at 12:30. Rev. G. Gouldln Btood.a splendid examination for ordination Sunday. Members of Shiloh Baptist church under pastorate of pastor G. W. Bur ton are progressing nicely. Rev. Bur ton and members of Shiloh Baptist church donated Rev. S. M. Gra ham and members of the M. E. church $9.10. Rev. Griffin preach ed for Rev. S. M. Graham. Sunday. Rev. H. C. S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 December 1922

THE DALLAS EXfJcESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1022. Sh'-nnim. Miss Reba Mae Burns of Ik-iih-on visited her Aunt, Mrs. iMjilie On.-al. Mrs. S. A. Davis, the I-arly Evanucil.st of Ckbiuno cmo'i'e from her evanpelic.il work in Southern Tevas is hero visiting her f.cn-1-lnw. T. m.: sn, nnH .t,,M,-,. m, Tro.xic; Hatcher of 508 U. Magnolia hi. royally er.lentntned iMr. and Mrs. ('. J. ii'i vhardson; Miss Hatiie Ooi ney; Mr. JI. Henderson etc., nt her ' Milalial residence oh the 27th Inst. Jt her blith-day. Afine birth-day cake of 21 candies was cut. Rev. H. P. AH' a of Harmony Baptist church tin Conveiitien iu St. Louis, Mo. Dr. IV Smih. the veteran pastor of C. M. K church at tho recent session of nw, T.-n An..i rw,. i,..M is Oak Cliff was appointed for Evan - . gelicnl work. He. bei-nn lils Inlatory work 26 weeks at East Dallas Mis sle-n. Dr. Smith has been In palor- ial work for over 1,0 yars. The Sen ior Ci.us of Fred Douglass High (nth si-rule) with Mr. Jan. Whidley, pre?...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 December 1922

THE PALLAS EAI'RKSS, DALLAS, TKXAfJ, SATURDAY, DKCKMBER 9, 1022. page sr;; i 5P Ft. Worth News. OOCKRELL IS SPEAKER. Delivers Address at Colored Teach ers' Association of Texas. Ft Worth, Texas, Dec. 7. Mayor E. R. Cockrell delivered the principal addrees Thursday morning at the thirty-eighth an nual session of the Colored Teach ers' Association of Texas, which convened in Mount Gllead Baptist church, corner Grove and East Fifth streets. The mayor's talk was along educational lines dealing with the past and present. He paid a high tribute to those Colored people who were striving to Inculcate the pre cepts of literacy among the younger members of their race. Prof. E. A. Holland, principal of the Wichita Falls Colored High school, responded to the mayor's welcome In an interesting and en thusiastic talk along educational lines. Among the addresses delivered during Thursday's meeting were "Our Citizens." by Dr. J. W. Tllden, with discussions by Prof. A. M. Moore and Prof. J. L. Ford. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 December 1922

Tins n.,i,As express, daixas, texas. awiiDAV, nKCroniEU 0, 1922. FOURTH SESSION OF THE T J 1 .1 1 Wi 1 CXuS A. II. S. Conference. 1 EUSiop W. D. Johnson, D. D., Ph. D., Presiding IVil.im, Texas, Nov. 27. The Community of Pelham, which is n com- rn mi in composed of members of the race, has witnesoed the first annual conference, and so highly pleased was Bishop William Decker Johnson, and the numbers of the confere e that it has been declared that other confer ences will be held in the cou.itry in the future. Thai, the conference was well entertained there is no question, because all the people of the community united, in seeing that the people got to the community from the railroad stations and to see that every member of the conference and visitor was provided for, and to see that none left disatisned, and those who attended the conference brought to the community inspira tion and information, henco all were benefitted. The conference was presided over by Bishop William Decker John...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 December 1922

.rfU.'.... AUSTIN IIS istmas Seals. M tamp Out T titosss r Buy Clhr elp S res - T ALWAYS rTCUviKroSivb g UlDlllNUliVC ITT OCIWIVJC g rvunded by W. B. Klag.' VOL. XXX, NO. 8.' RICHMOND GRAND MY IN INVESTI GATION OF ALLEGED $100,090 SHOR TAGE IN FAMOUS BANK INDICTS PRESIDENT AND CASHIER. (By A. N. P.) Richmond, Va., Dec. 14. Ab a part of a number of Indictments to be presented to the grand Jury of juotings court in the alleged shortage of approximately $100,000 In funds of the Mechanics' Savings Bank of Richmond, the grand Jury, In session found five true bills of indictments' against John Mitchell, Jr.. president of the bank; A. V. Norvell, Jr., cashier and otheer em ployes of the Institution. Date for trial of the cases probably will be set. The true bills against the bank of ficers were found within thirty five minutes after the grand Jury convened. The Indictments were drawn and presented by Common wealth's Attorney Dave Satterfleld, assisted by Abraham H. Hopkins, who will assist...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 December 1922

THK PAMPAS EXPRESS, DALIES, TKXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1022 V WUH Vi.Us. Ttie Social Civir (i'.b tc t on Fiiiby, Doc. 8th with W Hf-nibry. AlU'i the usual routine of businrs!.; the meeting: was t'.iiDed vwr to i!;idume E. M. Carter of CliiciiKO, ill Ivlatiamc's address was full tufl Inspiring cue. She indeed lifts as he climbs. After partaking of a dcikiows repast, the club ad journed. '1 ho Ladies Progressive Club met at the residence of Mrs. King on Wednesday, Dec. (ith with Mrs. Nel son as ho.tieys. The club is to give o club dinner on Wednesday Dec. 13, at the residence of Mrs. L. Trimble The club is perfecting plans for a very bury year. The Parent Teacher's Club will meet at the building Fri day, Dec. 15th. All are Invited. Prof, lloiland extends a -cordial Invitation hi nil parent friends and others to visit the school. Madame Ezella Mat his Carter of .Chicago, 111., the noted club organizer and hair cultuvlst will deliver a lecture at Titus Chapel C. Al. E. church Tuesday...

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