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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 20 January 1923

. -.-... THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JAMAKV 20 1023 o 1 1 o When One Thinks of Hair and Toilet Preparations One at The Same Time Thinks of PORO COLLEGE rirwvwnnonry Tnv a f f"" tgZZ&tECZS&fZZ&fi lJUeaMZaJ8 Wichita Falls Mrs. Lacy gave a dinner Christmas day in honor of Mrs. B. Majors who is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Donaldson of Jalonlco street. The FrlBcilla Art and Civic Club will meet with Mrs. C. T. Welch on. Thursday night.Jan. 4. Mr. and Mrs. H. Wallace gave a dinner dance Friday Dec. 29 In honor of Mrs. B. Majors. Several out of town guests were present. Mrs. A. J. King has returned. She spent the holidays In Pilot Point Dallas and Ardmore. The teachers enjoyed a very pleas- ant afternoon with Mrs. C. T. Welch Friday Dec. 29. Mrs. B. Majors and Mrs. Booth who are visiting her sisters Mesdames Bell and Hem- hrey were also present. Tarent-Teachers Association will meet Friday Jan. 5. The Federat- ed Missionary Society met at An--derson Chapel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 20 January 1923

1 'A .. '.m THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY JANUARY 20 1023 mm mmmm.mi spfak atpyihi a a : e ; e h '.'is si a n i c 3 m.j m a i u a ! a i i u m m - - - - 2 H 4.S i ilk U L. I 4 i J U . . ww--; r - t I iriTWlPLE. FR1.. JAM. 26TH. 1 923 Am vugemouu have l'''u fully ro'np!t-d tor the coming of Prof. (w. diver chemical Vi.:rd and Kni Mi. I .f gee. lie will speak I ii.My iii!-t Jan. 2C ffi the audi- (iii'luni (f the Pythian Temple un- ") 1m.- ituu''C8-.of the Booker Y.V' hii'.-ton h'feli wluxil wIioik' prtn- i)!i! i.. Prof. C. Cair. '. ot il business e an ;l pastors Jiiive Ih--ii active in iupP'tit of his coming- and all advertising evp.mse l;i lift l.orne them. Hi.'i travel- ing epense has l;cen guaranteed iv il Kniehts of .PrUiian. who thru the open henrkdnerti of their Grand Chancellor -V. ' Willis are thus .pi '.Hing their iKaurd at the visit of so famous a nun to the city. the workshop of Thomas .Edison the man who made electricity the servant ot the public ile Is veil kno...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 20 January 1923

.. 1'" . .s .. V THE PALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY. JANUARY 20 ' t'AGH hKVK'l n ! :. o o o i" II II 1 II 01HERTEXASTOWNi II II ST. JAMES 2ND STREET BAPTIST CHURCH "THE MECCA" OF MUCH EDUCATIONAL AND FES- TIVAL ACTIVITY Dlt. J. H. WIXN PASTOR-EVANGELIST. The adoption of a 114000.00 budget for the year 1923. A big Men'3 Bible Class of 250 a "Mam- moth Music Feste" the "Swept Sin- gers of Kansas City Mo. and a "Masterful poetical demonstration" on the subject "The High Cost of Real Life" by one of Fort Worth's foremost young women who haB won for herself the distinction of "Poetess" marks the trend of ' things around St. James Baptist church. The St. James Baptist church has adopted a $14000.00 budget for all xauses for the year 1923 after a careful consideration of the church current expenses the outside causes the entertainment of the national . Baptist convention and representa- tion In the various conventions as- ' soclations etc. It was though. that a budget one penny less ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 20 January 1923

DALLAS EXrRKSfl PALLAS TEXAS SATIRDAY JANUARY 20 !1923 case cf mmi mm mm sypaEf'E mm. (CouUnutrd Irom lY.gc One) t-riKii of Arkansas. A.o UiU-i with Mr. Koorfield Sunry ! tore the Supreme Court j i. ! t;..: a i..... .e r itiu i I.I l -I I j l( J V . ill'lll-n lk Kork Ai Itan.sjts. Mr. Jim haii been (a cllarse of the Cnm their Pl.o... Tho IfcT).(.c.H in whi.- Uhalf' p.ppenl i) lioing male wcra first bci ( lire) to le:Uu in 19t0. their can- ahH!i)g through It ur State nd lVvlcml Ccjrls. The uum have ff-cn twice Miitenccd to death and tlio date of their execulim lias been fied on five occasloiiii. Twelve Ne- frrocs in p.ll were Kentr'ncd to fleath f.nd 67 received pil.wu sea-toiKf-s. vm-ylUK from ft few years lo life Tliu defense of tiic men has l-en conducted ly the Kiitional As- (vociatloii for the Advancement of Colored People. 70 I'UrOi Avenue ts'ew Veil:. II was contended in behalf Of the Negroes that they bad asnsnibled in their church t.l . Jloop Spur to Cerise means as tenant f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 January 1923

J.: -.I A 4 pwM r i70f 71 rp t ht t ti rj 'T Tir 17 jp J 1 ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE ffl A CHAMPION 0? JU5TICF 1 f 4 DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE 1 A MESSENGER OF HOPE tj 1 1 1 i 11 1 1 1 1 i -- - 1 1 founded by WV . King. - ' "The Republican Party Is Tha Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. " VOL. XXX NO. 14. ' THIS DALLAS EXl'itESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 27 1923. PRICB FVTS CENT! I ? IS- " 1 1 M t ! i: ; il .1 '1- ' (I. U .. ?! Storm of Indignation Aroused Throughout A. M. E. Church by Actions of Opposing Factions. Wilberforce is Storm Center. Miss Brown Just "Fired.'.' Wilberforce Ohio Jan. 25.- "Staid and orderly Old Wilberforce will soon be the center of a storm that will " sweep into every corner or this country where African Methodism has got a foot hold." Thus spoke an Influential membeer of the University group to your cor respondent a few days since. The storm has already started. Just how far it will spread depends on what steps those chiefly involved in its complexities of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 January 1923

'-. .... JiV?"- TZil. MI.T.AS KMTU SS DATXAK TKYAS. SATURDAY. JAXUAKY 87 19V.;t. eclarBan at "Harvard Final; Aliitoii Protest BBmll "Willi If llll '"ci: Tl .-."iTl'f H lit i; ; I r T. I 11 '"I i; -McraUv a(.rfl in Harvard official e.-cks Unit the Jotter eont by Pre- tiiioiit A. Lawrence Lowell to Roa- rfio CnpUlinR Uruoe la ;r-gard to the admission of hit: son to a Harvard fri-slimim dormitor hit the rsail on the hiiI. Harvard does not wish .fi;sois in those dorniilorUg as two or lhr'o Negroes can attest for they wore toil! nftr receiving certificater of ni minion that a ni'stake had l.f-on iund and that thpy-" would have to prok quarters elsewhere AR.-ncia'.' K here mild Dr. Lowell 'lad made ' thfe . matter very cloar and ti o orhi-r statement was necessary. Tiie Frc-slmian dormitories long a divaia of President Lewell wfr; founded in the Interest of democra- cy. He desired that rich and poor should meet on a common plane and should learn something from one another. Rooms as cheap ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 January 1923

page Tiuu:;; t4 4.X.t.A4. ' 1 . Hi J f TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfT h 1 TUB DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEA AH SATURDAY JANUARY 27 1923. t ft 1 E IS TEXHS TQMNS AAA W Paris. Gibbons high school Notes Religious services at the many chur- ches were Interfered with materially aa a result of the continuous rain on last Sunday. The high school was lectured to recently by Dr. R. H. King the able pastor of John- son Chapel Methodist Episcopal church of this city. In the course of the addresB the speaker emphasized briefly 1 and effectively the home the school and the church In their mutual relation to the education of the child. This was probably one of the most helpful lectures we have listened to In the course of many years. Miss Ella M. Black of Ida- bel McCurtain county Oklahoma was a welcome visitor to the high school recently. She spoke briefly and In an interesting way to the school. Miss Black Is one of the pro- gressive teachers of Oklahoma. Hon. G. M. Guest who visited the high school recently s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 January 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS 8ATIUDAY JANUARY 27 1923. THE DALLAS L'XfEESS MIMWJ V .;; i r."fT INT tvi t M B E H NA riONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. J Published every Saturday morning- In the year at 2600 Swiss Avenue by TIV. DALLAS R.XPRKSS PUULISFIISTG COMPANY (Incorporated) Dallaa. Texaa. t'OHEIQ AUVKKTISINQ KKPHB. SENTATIVKl Hf. . f ltt Company 008 Sautk Dear- ban Kirret Chlt-mco 111. W. It. Jl't Company 404 Mortoi VulirilnK 1W Font Street Ken lork W. T. Entered at Pont Office at Dallas Texas as aecond-cIaa matter under ant of Conerrena. March. 1871 NOTICE TO TUB PUBLIC Any erroneoua reflection upon the character atHndlnff or reputation of any person firm or corporation which iay appear In the columns of The Jjallas Express will be a-ladly cor- rected upon 1(3 being- brought to the attention of the publlaheia. THE DALLAS EXPRESS sntsciurTioNs in advance. One Year .. -. 12.25 Ex Months . 1.25 Three Months .75 Single Copy .05 IMPORTANT. No subscription! mailed for a pe- riod 1' ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 January 1923

1.1 . " it f4 4 ..'.' iJf UU'tt THB DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS fcATC'RDAY JANUARY 27 1983. When One Thinks of Hair and Toilet Preparations One at The Same Time Thinks of PORO COLLEGE W t ft 1 TEXAS " 1 " W.Wi ail ' Hi A ii vn - n a - - - f -- -i i i ii i ii 1 " '1 - m a ii 1 n i i ii. ir- -ii r n'fc ' vfc ' ii hi ii . 1 gw. iutftBP WF .IP1 n HI iJMKl-eS.iSSteLgfrA Ijulunin. Miss Jones was in the ! trip to Dallas this week. Prof. J. city Saturday on business. Mrs. J. L. Hamilton made a business trip King was In Wolfe City Monday and ! to Palestine last week. Prof. E. Friday.. Mrs. B. O. Krye was called j J. Hoffman of Cameron the West- to Dallas last week. Mr. Jake Wheel- ern agent for the Andy Realty Co.. er is very in. Mrs. Maggie King ana uenoima dubs are on me sick Wo mum Moactwl villi n nn4 rnln 1 uVniZ "n" '"Wiei this week. Mrs. V7 " 1 " nC YKaKRdale and Mrs. S. M trjuivuiK i i & nun uuj. iuc Vj . m E. church held their first quarterly meeting Saturday and Sunday. Crockett...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 January 1923

- - TlfR DALLAS EXPKF.SS DALLAS TKXAS SATURDAY. JANUARY 27. 1923. S1 MX fU'-MPX HSWS) TeeoF to Seek Real Music in African Jungle. 0 did! o .Aide. . I i t r 1:kUii W;KK. Jan. 23. A worl(- fr.muiis N.ikio tenor will seek the true tuiii.ic of hiii race in the Jun- IClf :. of Mr' a Itolamt V. HaycH of Boston who bas jtn.t returned from aa extended iuiir of Kurope. where his genius wns ac l.iiiiif.l l) Uie leading critics fcilicvcti I Ii.it in the songs of his Hvci:rn he will find the key to the uml of (he American Ivrfro. It is that qiwr hauutius m.!0.1y that grij)K all who heir it which he ill Kludy tho sighing melody which bun Uk place in all the Negro's i 5k .!? and spirituals "The American Negro has a real contribution to make to th t world's niiic" Mr. Hayes said 'but not until ho understands himself can tie eive his best For four years I lisve been studying myself and the music unlike that of the white man which in part cf m. And now I am going to my African ancestors" reports the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 January 1923

4t. TUB DALLAS KA'PKK.1 S KAUNAS TEXAS SATlTiDAY JANUARY 27 tfKM. ..t.. k REV. C. L. BR END CAME PEACEFULLYMONDAY EVENING 9:00 O'CLOCK AT DENISON CEIVED HERE WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:20 O'CLOCK. Remains Now Lay In State at Streets. Funeral From 11 Chief Wm. Christian Will News of the death of Rev. C. L. Bryant most dominant figure in the church of the Living God connec- tion In this city and state was re- recolved here Monday night with deep regret. Death came as a result of pneumonia. " Dr. Bryant's illness was notice- able shortly after watch meeting Dec. 31st however he revived this attack and appeared to have been on the road to recovery until about a week ago he was strtekened at Den- lson Texas with a cold and chill that later developed pneumonia and this ending his career. The final end came Monday even- ing at 9 d. m. His remains reached Dallas about 8 o'clock Wednesday night oyer the Katy by the Crawford Under- taking company. The family home is at 3316 Colby street. Rev. Bryant...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 January 1923

-ST ..--... f ... TUB WIUS KXPRKSS. DALLAS TUX AS. SAVTKPAV. J ANU AKV 27 JM u'!-.n;-:::s why N;'at' i .hawks 1 MOT .::M rVIilt0 tMl'lKKS. (T.y A. N. P Tlie Important. oiivtioo. now be- in;; .i 4i0t in bast-hall circles and lias iK'fn sl;ed for home time is vrfiy don't Negro halt clubs u.ve Ne- iiiiipircn? The answer has ln- vsriaMy bon: "The playors won't obey ft Tf.i;ro." or "We can': find n Hi-fcro I' a" knows the same." Jlcw .absurd both anuwors are! Now Kinca the oi (janiKAtioa of the N-;io National Leaui. composed entirely of Noeroett that same ques- (ioit 1ms been anliPtl wore frequent ly even through the press and through tlie press we get practically tin- Bailie answer from Mr. Foster pn'l the powers that be. Mr. Fos ter's theory according to an art icle we read on me time ago is: That old hall play- ens who have spent their days on the diamond make th) best urn lures lie also Mates that owing to the Infancy of high class Ne kio baseball those same veterans l.avc not had li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 February 1923

v good:iii liek.ri..x AU3SIK TSZAS' V 5? 0 ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE A CHAT.IPION C? JimiCF : A r.IESSENGER 0? HOI E ! DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE en i TV ' "ti ll :; ' 2 P.I r.nnded by W. B. King. TAg Republican Party Is the Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. VOL. XXX NO. 15. ' TIIM DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 1923. PRICH FIV2 CENTs" km n BflDl nnr? n n Q.n." uvl JUL MM iiaiinMs White and Negro Citizens Working Togeth- er Fail to Find Clue to Axe Wielder Who Murders Victims in Peculiar Manner. (By A. N. P.) Birmingham Ala. Feb. 1. The mystery surrounding the killings of Colored women and their white par- amours during the past few months n this city appears to deepen. The police authorities have worked dili- gently and specially organized groups of white and Colored citizens have worked hand In hand but their combined efforts to unearth the se- cret have been In vain. Wild alarm has prevailed here among a certain element of Color- ed women since the sensational kill i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 February 1923

iiajUi Ulli.UJUcMUiii. ilELD SUuDAY AT CilUROL lii.iii 'i:K ivsviif Vlwel i ( l.'ii.;iius fur I .list Tlnu Muny iii dl' Tim n VWi.irs Wore Present lir. AVio. t liris!l;m Performed I'liiu-nil Vt ounmy. l'ii;i;:al t-'rvk-i's of tlie Jate Hev. C L. tfryuiit juistor of tlio Church of (!od was lu'ld from that church .'mjihIuj- and wns wltiicxtibd by 0110 of tin? ls.rr'Pt galhci-lnKS ever as- Ki'll;b!'l at. Illifi church. Visiting i:iiu;sii'i;4 oikJ Iiyim'n of the con- 11. iiu f;tm .)! I'.irts of the state v.-.'re piv.-'i'-t. ) in mi r.'d of admiring I'ri.-ri.lH and ocquriimanci's of tlie oi'iMi official swarmed around the chutvh long before the appointed hour in nn effort to uain admission l'UL nil efforts in thin direction hav- ini; failed fl'he rarlier birds wbc rumo alonr; from 8 o'clock a m. in about 9 o'clock were the fortu- nate jUCH. When the edifice was filled Rev. Win;' Mil of Houston; Hev. L. G. Knell Oreenville. Mr. Win. Christian assisted by a muiiher of visitor? performed th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 February 1923

THK PA TX A 3 EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 1023. page ruv.ri V'1 it EXHS TOlnZNS . . ....A ....A oo . i. .4. . ! . - - H'Mi ... I I Pi TitTTTtTrTTiTTiT::? o o Midland. Services were welLi at- tended last night and $10.05 wis raised in collection. Rev. B. J. How- ard Is leaving for Ft. Worth on the morning train and shall return to Pecos on first Sunday. Abellne. Civic League had a very Interesting meeting last Friday. Mrs. Murry and daughter. Miss Elray are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. May- berry. Mrs. Hattie Townsend enter- tained a number of friends of her husband' with a smoker Friday; the menu consisted of roaBt turkey oyster cocktail cranberry sauce peas white cake and cream black coffee and fruit cake. iMr. Harold Hayden is in Pheonlx Arizona and delighted with the country. Mrs. Sarah Lee was called to Colorado on the account of the illness of her mother. Cooper. Sunday school was well attended at New Zion and Rev. J. U. Green was at his post of dut and preached to a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 February 1923

rufip rvvr THE PA IX AS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3 1933 ; I I ! i ; I i i I 1 -1 hi! i ;? i. ! i 1 4' 1 : Till' DALLAS EXTJtESS V . 'j j" NitMBEK j NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS j ASSOCIATION. Published every .Saturday morning- n the year at 2-;00 Sw'si A vein; n tj rH8 DALLAS KIPItESS PUIILIShiJIO COMPA.VY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. dvektisinq RKrar SENTATIVKi W. B. Zlit Cotnpmur 0f. utk Dear k Hlrrrt. ( blcuxn. 111. W. It. 71ft Company 404 nUillnw 116 Knit kum hew lork N. X. Morton Street. Entered at Pout Office at Dallas. Texts as pecnnd-class mutter under Act of Congress March 1ST KOTICE TO THE PCIIL1C. Any erroneous reflection upon the character slnndlno; or reputation of ny person firm or corporation which y appear In the columns of The a)la Knpress will be frUdly cor- rected upon Its being brought to the attention of the publishers. Til E DALLAS tXTRKSS SCBSCRIPTIOXS IX ADYAJfCE. One Year . u..?2 25 fix Month 1.25 Three Months 75 filEgle Copy .05 IMPORTANT. No subscr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 February 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATVItDAY FEBRUARY 3 1923. When -One Thinks of Hair and Toilet Preparations One at The Same Time Thinks of PORO COLLEGE si TEXAS - Mlucolor Prof. George W. Carver of Tuskegee Institute spoke last Wednesday night at -St. Paul Bap- tist church to a large audience. Prof. Carver Is aclonipanied by Pres. J. N. Erwin of J. C. I. Mr. L. Johnson of this city left last week for Dallas on business. Mrs. R. IjouIs and son returned laBt week from Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw of Alto- Tex. are vtsltins Mr. and Mrs. B Arnold. The Ministerial Council and Quarterly Conference were held at C. M. E. chirch last week; total raised $185.00. Mrs. May E. Spans returned from Ft. Worth last week. Sunday school was well Attended at the various churches Sunday. Rev. T. B. Johnson preach- ed at St. Paul Baptist church. Last week the Preachers' Conclave at C. M. E. church proved to be a great success. . - Weatherford. Rev. Hutchinson preached an excellent sermon Sun- day at 11 a.m....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 February 1923

THIS WALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS THXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 jtT3. MX Mississippi Lie Pays First Big Texas Claim. DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE AND BANKING STATE OP TEXAS -- Austin Texas January 2 1923.. No. 449. !' . ' TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: " This la to certify that the PROGRESSIVE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY DALLAS TEXAS has in all respects fully complied with the laws of Texas as conditions precedent to Its doing business in this State and I have issue to said Company a Certificate of Authority from this office entitling it to do business in this State for the year ending the 28th of February 1928. - Given under my hand and seal of office at Aus tin Texas the date first above written. J. L. CHAPMAN Commissioner. .... "W'v.. (OFMISSI6SIPPI) PaYTOTKE MemphisTenn. .Tftn. 2?Ahr-1924- NoJliUftJa $ lOQonn Fort Worth Texas HOT OVER ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS .Dollars " j 21. Tn full settlement of all clalnra. vnrier PoUgY 10093-: I mUsm-Coy-Upgliay-De.fiOft?e?i Ord. Txat. 10QQ 0JJJ . f ' 1 II oop1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 February 1923

THtf DALLAS EXPUKSS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FETRVARY 3 192 PMiK Hi- 1. S. W. J. LOWERY PIONEER DALLAS BUSINESS MAN DIES; WAS TREASURER OF DALLAS EXPRESS PUB. CO. After a long illness covering a peiiod of many months Mr. Low- ery passed away at his late home on Thomas avenue Saturday morn- ing January 20th at 7 o'clock at- tended by his coufiln Miss Mary Etter Gordon pr. R. T. Hamilton his son S. W. J. Lowery Jr. and a number of friends. His death did not come as a surprise to those familiar with bis condition as ho had been critically 111 for some weeks and his death - expected at any moment. Mr. Lowery was one of the old citizens of Dallas hav- ing come here from Tennessee about thirty-eight years ago. His father Peter Lowery passed away about eight years ago and his moth- er Just a short while before there being two months and nine days be- tween their deaths. The Lowery family has been prominent In the social business ' and religious life and activities of Dallas from the time they...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 February 1923

7. V K - ' THF DAM-AS ETTKESS OAM-AS TEXAS fiATtTRPAV FEBKUAKY 8 1023. 11 s : 'u-ia."H!'.s of riu:si:NT. AV N.U NOl'AKl.DS. Dy W. il. A. Moore. (y A. N. I'.) Charh-s A. Gilp.'n-Aclor VVt shall Miow a worlhwbila con-r.-rn in Hf. when we manifest an !iidin.r ability and the responsibil- ity of life. Wo nr.iKt also intensely bmr in mind that the burdens and tiu exaltations of life are universal in ovti'tit and eternal In hplrit. The aiwli'iiiieitm of Kurope lias been Kloipj nd held in place by th! OriH'k impulse to attain perfection of form form as an abstraction whether applied to Art or to Gov- ernment or to social conduct. Per- fection lias hiir.plo Ohtlino but it is no'Mr tho truth. Nothing Is arbi- tral .ly sound but tho Cosmic Law till that only because it creates cx- ihteneo. Kurope and that includes America has affected the outward aspect of perfection but It lias lon since come to know that It Is a vain affectation and can lead no- where but to destruction and f i-iul eliminat...

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