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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 31 March 1923

HIE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 31 1023. TEXAS Z'ZZmZZmS&5&iXB &as!SES2a!2 AbileneHeroines Court of Ca- lanthlnn and Eastern Star held their annual Thanksgiving services last m Sunday. Rev. G. W. Caraway visited .U.S cscm7 Mr." Grant TnLl TZr ' his home in Bonham last week. Blair of Powell Mr. John Blair of S VxTL hm la ta thi Needle Craft club met with Mrs. Ed Hubbard and Mrs. Anna Richardson interest ol his business-they have Mayberry's last Tuesday. Mrs. Ed of Pellam are here visiting their Hfty four po Henry Is convalescent.. Civic League brother Mr. Daniel Blair who has "f Mineral Wells TO K of P X held a very interesting meeting at been ill. Mrs. Caldwell and family d Courts of Calanthe had the'l? residence of Mrs. C. Carson last spent Saturday in Athens shopping. Annua?Th Friday. The president is urging all Services were not largely attended dn fiHSi 26th at the C M meml ers to be present at the next at Good Hope Sunday on account E urch by Rev Mask...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 31 March 1923

THR DALLAS EXPniSS. DALLAS TEX VS SATURDAY MARCH 81. 1023 TEAfiS TOVIJS. lrl.m "ilie JTinlsU'r.- Alliance Sunday wliool was wall attended m l t Mcisiit drove LopUntjat both churche". Mrs. KlkJinne An- ctivrh All nf the t-oplo of liPii-jdorKon is vi.siling her .Uxiyhler at I .mi' mid U.a Kiim-iuKHipg; country i Lcnlson. Tho Rev. M. I.t. Mallard tuim-.l out l- hear tho Iiiidiop who left .Saturday to preach at his rr ivel in t-wn .Sil-mlay. A Lan- church In Ladmila. Mr. Spivy Cope- t iM t v-s eiven in l.onor KM- land left for K. I. 3- Monday morn- A... ... 'i. t i. junMt Chtirrh: Miiir aft?r a fihort stay with his bats with Texas College club the 22nd and 23rd. Scores 8- or E. T. A. and on the 23rd E. T- A. has a . strong team challenKes any college team. Miss L. E. Hlnes has been confined to her bed for several days. We trust that she will soon be able to take her place in the class room. Miss I). M. Joseph and her class in sew ing are rehearsing for a drama to be given in the near fu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 31 March 1923

THK PALLAS E.M'ltKSS IUI.LAS TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 31 1023. VUiK SEVEN '5.iiiuiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiniu rwMiiiiiiiaiiiiimiiiinmiiiiiuiiniiiiiiiiiw 'iiiiiiiaiimiiiiiiiaiiiiiitiiiiioipiiiiiiniiiiiiimiiniiiiiim g H u a d a 1 s a Hi riiiiiiiiii JU kf it J U 3 i ll ass lag a 3 n y ill -2 3o DDE III u H ill p"iiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiim .5ai;!niiioiiMiiiii!ul iiiiiiiiiaiiiMiiiiinuiiiiiiiuiBiiiium MONARCHS TRIM GIANTS (1 .iu. ::- IN FIRST EXHIBITION GAME. SAME CLUBS WILL PLAY AGAIN SUNDAY AND MON- DAY. LOCAL CLUB IS STRENGTHENING OUTFIELD. Kansas City Monarchs Class of The following pitchers tho op- National Negro League defeated the position offered were: Mendez no- Dallas Black Giants Sunday after- gan and Gisentanner. For the home noon by a score of 10 to 3. jbugs: Sampson Bell and Burdine. It was the first tilt of the train-! Each of these chunkers flung three lng season and the going furnished innings and either was not allow- much Interest for local fans. First ed to cut loose. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 31 March 1923

r.sr i !(:jtt For Msrar NEW YORK MAY HAVE SEPARATE INSTITUTION FOR NEGROtS. For Finsnre Cummlloer For Street tamstlsslonsr For Walsr ComaiUsiensr lus and Firs Commissioner r- 'v r'- " (Continued from paga 1) 1 JOHN C. HARRIS L 1 LOUIS BLAYLOCK R. A. (GUS) WVI IB 4 .. - ' v S s-' . 1 f I . -- f " - s i . r-i furls Timi-ET Semocratfc Heabquatters 1408 1-2 MAIN STREET March . Twenty-Second 1923 TO THE VOTERS OF THE CITY OF DALLAS-: I am waiting you this appealing to your patriotism as citizens of Dallas interested in. its welfare and its future asking you to vote for Mr Louis Blaylook for Mayor. Mr. John C. Harris for Finance Commissioner Mr. Louis S. Turley for Police and Fire Commissioner Mr. Gus Wylie for Street Commissioner and Mr. Harry H. Gowins for. Water Commissioner. These men are the nominees of the Democratic Party of the City of Dallas and have pledged them- . selves to honestly fairly and efficiently serve the entire people of the City of Dallas without regard to color rac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 April 1923

3" G0OD.7I1J tIERAPJ.!! ! S3 t-i A CHAMPION OF JUSTICF ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE 4 3 I 5 r.undsd br W. 33. Kim. . uTk Republican Party Is Tk Ship All Els Is Tk Sea" FrJ Douglas. VOL. XXX NO. 24. THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY ATIUL 7 1923. PBICB FTTH CENT ini?rr IF V JV. P Jll u u ilgiUlLU:.VW.yini D Li k! New Orleans Jury Guilty in Case of Men Former High Official New Orleans April 7. A verdict of "manslaughter was found by a Jury yesterday In the case of Wil- liam Shakespeare and Constantlne Dyer two followers of Marcus Gar- vey who were tried for killing the Rev. J. W. H. Eason an opponent of Carrey and one of the principal witnesses who were to have testi- fied against Garvey In the Federal case charging him with fraudulent use of the mails. Dr. Eason was fatally wounded following a thurch meeting January 1 at which he spoke against Marcus Garvey. Eason was formerly a supporter of Garvey but following Federal Indictment of Garvey on the charge of fraudu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 April 1923

TUB DALLAS uKXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY. APRIL 7 1023. m n-f TT TT TT l TTI fl f"l "" ' ' T! T THi . JI Ibssal ousmess Mouses w-no- an serve i ou oecter. CRYSTAL DRUG STORE AMH & JixiwrTB frc-M'pt delivery SERVICE riioiics M-0050 or V-2508 N. LANE op. 8-17-4t IJ. M. McGREGOR Watch Inspector for East Da'l. s. All kinds of Jewelry bought Phone X-7838 318 Elm St. Dallas Texas 4-7-u Come To GOOD STREET GARAGE For Good Service. General repair- ing on all make of cars. tor. Good & Bryan bis. . l'hone H. 3581. 3-31jJlt NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE ON EASY TERMS! NEW HOME OFFICE: 1005 1.2 Kim St. Dallas 3-17-4t DR. II. T. VALLIS FORT WORTH DEN- TIST DIES SUDDENLY Ft. Worth Texas April 7. Dr. N. T. Wall is prominent Ft. WoHh lXntlHt and well known churclimnn lie!.. here.. Thurwlay morning at 7 a. in. after an ill- . ness which seized him suddenly Wcduesdny afternoon while at work in his office In the McDonald Build- ln. Dr. Wnllls bepan complaining early in the afternoon Wednesday mid r...

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

TUB DALLAS FiXrRKSS I (LLAS TEXAS SATURDAY. ATOIL 7 1823. lwMMeeMeMOeMeoe V?V Ht?IWTItttWtniWTTtl"''TtTTTTTttTTtttTTTItffTffTtftttttftfT'tTtTtlfftfTTfV ttt V ttftf t TTtWtt t tf t t t t "T I TEXHS TOWNS lk A A . A 4til 04.. v-J....i Temple Following an Illness of two years Mrs. Mary Hancocks who presided with her daughter Mrs. Lilly Burgers of South 16th street passed away Monday morn- ing of last week. The deceased Is survived by several children among whom are her son Geo. Hancocks and Mrs. Lilly Burgers and a num- ber of grand and great grand chil- dren. Her remains was prepared for transportation to Smlthville by Undertaker I. L. Moody; to which place she was shipped Monday night accompanied by several members of the family. A former citizen shipped here for burial Mrs. W. W. Williams of Wellington Kansas a former citizen of Temple and sister of Tom Hargrove and Mrs. James Wilburne was shipped here on Tuesday even- ing of last week for burial. Her body was met by Undertaker E. L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 April 1923

t"k iui.i.as ExrsESS L M t Wi B E. R NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published very Saturday ntornlnff la the year at 2000 8wl m Avenue by TUB DALLAS BXPIiriSS PCPLISMIXO CCttl'ASiY. (Incorpoiated) Dallas. Texas. FOHEIG ADVERTISING r.KPBR-SF.NTATITBl W. B. r.lff ronpuy. "AS Sent Dr- h K(rrt hicalto 1 1. M . V. H 7 ff t ore i .or 404 Morto rt.ll.llnit 1I Rmt Aan . fcetr Vorh. W. T. "Entered at Post Offle at Dallas Texan as seeond-ilass matter under Act of Congress Larch. 187 THE DALLAS EXPRESS has never hoisted the white feather neither has it been dis- graced by the yellow streak. It is not afflicted with the flannel mouth. It is a plain every day sensible conservative newspa- per which trims no sail to catch the pasting breeze ; " flies no doubtful flag: It professes i patriotism as broad as our country. Its love of even hand- ed justice covers all the terri- tory occupied by the human race. This Is pretty high ground but we live on it and are pros- pering. Boys of the press come...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 April 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TFXAS SATlTtPAV APRIL 7 1023. Pace 8 R.WIGOBJGT0N h U v 7 X WJ ii JL3 iiTi j i i is n T; w rw-Mi K r i i w n - w HAIR TON 10 Dies Shortly After Reaching Hospitd. Ar- rest is Made. Body Buried at White Rock. Just before rlnwn nf mlrtnlp-ht Lml tirn Ttnthara Tha clot aro oa Easter Sunday Walter Wigginton ' Mrs. Nance Spears 2313 Hall St. ... i ... . . i .... ucnei nuuwa among menus ana Mr. and Mrs.' Calvin Pratt spent went to Ft Worth. Mr. John K. Sunday with relatives here. Rev. Wright who was In the city has re- r" It ..... . 1. A .... !."..! 1 . .. I i V. U. ITT nr r. 'nlcht and on Saturday night prayer iel went to Dallas on business. Mrs. j service and Bible reading were ran- Zelma King who died in Abilene dered. Miss Clara Pitts of Denison was sent here for burial loft after a short Btay. Mr. S. Mal-I iaru eon oi ev. m. M. Aiauara j spent Easter Sunday in Ladonla """" a" l"D """cues oun- in. t ; . i . . rinv with ft n i r V nrmrrnnm - wuu uis ui inner. a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 April 1923

1' V.) the pallas express dallas texas Saturday April 7 1023. n FORT V il NIWS W TCH OUT FORT WORTH "UISS EYES" is in your town. watch for her April 14th. Fort Worth Texas April 7. profitable resv'ts. An interfiling meeting of the ex-. Mrs. J. K. Runnels 3305 Holmes ecufive board of the Alphin Charity street visited relatives in Paris and Art Club was held at the resl- this week. . deuce of Mrs. Roberta Lindsay I Miss Beatrice Martin sp nt Easter March 20.. Mrs. Ransom chairman 'Sunday with friends at Ft. Worth of the board presented several Ed Mason Manager of the Tulsa recommendations. There was one Base Ball Club is in the city on hundred per cent attendance and ' business. ' eiich lady took part in a general) Dr. F. S. Rodgers Optometrist diHc.iiKiiioii of laxily in enforcing by- lectured Sunday night at Mt. Moriah laws. President Smith asked the Baptist church. Queen City on "How support of each in helping to niane.io i-rotecc xour .ayes. A. C and A Tokhh. C. th best club In rr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 April 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY APR.IL 7 1023. IWJE SEVuSJf KniiiniiniiiiiiiixiiimiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiMiiiiniiHiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii iniiiniiiiiimiiiniiflliinmniriml niMOIIIIIIinitllltl.llinilllltlir UltlltlllCII Itinn llll nilllllllllllD Itlllllllllia I lltli:il!ltnillllllllliailtllllnini 111 IIIIIIIIH llllllllllll Q !1 II llllll Oil III tllllllDI lllll rll. kf ititiiiaiiiMuiiiiiDtiniinHiiaiiiiiintiiiQiiiMtiiiiiiQiiiiiMiiinDiHiMiiiMioMnii lEjiMHtiMiMaiiMHUuiiaininTiritioHiniiiniiaiiMMiiMiiniiiiuiii liiiinaiiiiiiiiiritaiiTiiiitiiiiciiMiMtiMiic3iiniiiiiiic3:iii inaiiiiiiiiititciMitiiiiniiaiiiwiMiiiiciitiiiiiiiiiia uiiKiaiiuiittt.nt tuiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii'iiiiiDii'iiiiiiiMniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiw ill D D ill sis Miiionmiiianiim nmnmiiirammtiuiiainmiumniiiiium fliiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiHiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiitiiaiim r ...... fIHMIIKDUIHIIIIUiailIlllllllltaillllUIIIIIUIIIIIIliriUHIIllltltllltJIIII1ltlllllBi:illlliiiiiWiiiinii - DALLAS. BLACK: GIANTS. AND. L ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 April 1923

PAfJH ICGilT THIS DALLAS EXPRKSS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 7 1023. licrs cf Dallas Ikm Children Enjsy.S ' visited Mr. :ncr nuni ai rav iircmos. Ischool and Dry Branch school tie Settle L. Postell returned after the church. Rev. Lewis Officiated baU or March 30 sco.es a month in Kerens. The . A. M. E. at Little Zlon Baptist church uur John Hawkins of Italy . ladies four captains seem to be school is doing niceiy. miss irene James Koss Wednesday i.n stir making ready for the loOlMBranse motored to earner omm- Thounands of Dallas school chil- li lvn enjoyed the Easter egg Hunts at the various Negro Parks and Play grounds Cochran and Hall Streets; Wheatley Place and Oak Cliff More than five thousand eggs wore given away at these parks. Nra. W. B Morgan General chair- man of the arrangements expressed bciwlf In the highest terms the co-ojerat!on of the various chair- men In making the festival a how ling success. Attendance at each park was far beyond expectation. President Chas. T. Br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 April 1923

J v' I".? J J f . 4(1? (5M - L-iU-L -t'U &l 4U uw. WTrm r tv r"" m t pw &N A OiAMPION OF JUSTICF ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCnVE IN SERVICE r.uaded by w. a King. Tft Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. - ' ' " VOL. XXX NO. 25. 1HE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 14 1022. PEICH FIVH CENTt H3 7? 0 0 c ill! UD J3 Lb 1 f (MDEfni j? Mi In r a1 Li Dr. L K. Williams and Board Complete Plans For Erection of Huge Plant to House Sunday School Publishing Board of Na- tional Baptists. (By A. N. P.) Nashville Term. April 14. Final plans have been completed for the erection of the largest Colored pub- lishing house In the world here. It will cost approximately $350000 and be the home of the Sunday School Publishing Board of the Na- tional Baptist Convention of the U. S. A. Dr. L. K. Williams Pres- ident. Announcement of the establish- ment of a consolidated publishing house and the erection of this build- ing board with headquarters in this city. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 April 1923

V.' T3E PlUiAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 14 1922. s k;:ii IV O a! Business v Mouses. Who Can Serve You Better. M Ir CRYSTAL DllUG STOjIE. ALLEX & JVIMYTE r'nQXU'T EEUVERY SERVICE! 11-0050 or Y-258 If. lKB Fr"?. 8-17-4t It. M. SlcGKECJOK Vi3lch Inspector for East Dallas. AU kindu ol Jewelry bought Phone X-7838 2318 Kim St Pallas Texas Come To GOOD STREET GARAGE For Good Service. General repair- ing on all make ot cars. Cor. Good & Bryan Sis. Phone H. 3581. 3-31-41 TUB HIGH SCHOOii CAFE. THE HOME OP GOOD EATS and FIKST-CLASS SERVICE Frpsh TIES daily 5c The best chilli In the city. Regular dinner with 3 vegetables and de- sert only 2 5 cents. When you are in North Dallas drop in and pet a square meal. SIRS. L. W. WILfSOX Prop. 8211 Cothrnn St. 4-14-3t THE PALLAS EXPRESS PIB. COMPANY MERITORIOUS and DESIGNING CHINA TEA HOOM WhcrA HOME-COOKED MEALS are not talked. One Meal Mrana a Steady Customer. - Our Motto COuRTESY. EFFICIENCY and ;:ality. Comn In and try our Sunday ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 April 1923

PACK THTUJK ...... o TEXHS TOWNS .4 x a THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 14 1922. o o Nacogdoches Sunday was a fine day for the churches with large at- tendance. fThe revival conducted by Rev. Chambers at the Zlon JIM First Baptist church has been the center of attraction each night last week with large attendance. There has been several conversions and accession to the church meeting will continue for several days and nights. Galillee church notes Sun- day school well attended; the B. Y. P. U. with Miss Carrie Cotrite as leader Is doing a great work. The Sewing club was entertained by Sister Eva Hlghtower Friday evening at 5 p. m. Miss Vallie Bagsby was painfully hurt while out car riding Sunday evening by the car over turning; several oth- Crockett Sunday Schools were well attended last Sunday; lesson very interesting. Easter program of St Paul church was quite an en- Joyable affair. Rev. T. E. George of St. Paul church preached at the C. M. E. church Easter evening ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 April 1923

rn rou.'. TUB PAULAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 14 1022. rep. Dallas express SEEING LIGHT AT LAST. f .THE; MRR0R t if v "--3 v f fv 3""' 4i.ii.VlCi M t m B E R NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSrCIATION. Published every Saturday morning In the year at 2ti00 Swiss Avenu bjr TIW DALLAS M.'Uf'SS PUBLISHING COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dalian. Texas. roKBia ADVEitTisiwa reprb- 8ENTATIVEI tr. R. Tiff Oompnny 608 South Dear ham birr ft. hltN III. W. It. Zirf Crnpinr. 404 MArtoa tnlldlnK lid Ft -! btreet If York K. Y. Entered at Pont Office at Dallas tia-. kb encnnd-claos matter UDii'.r ci oi uonereji juarco iw WOT1CB TO THE PUBLIC. Any erroneo'ia reflection upon t! rhrnr(rr stitndlnr or reputation of nay person firm or corporation which iy appear In the columns of The Iel!s k'x press will be grladly cor- rected upon Its betnir brought to the uvuuon or me puDiisner. THE DALLAS F.XTRESS firiiSCRIPTIOXS IN ADVANCE. One Tear fix Mouths- Three Months. Binglfl Copy.. ..J2.25 1.25 .75 .05 THE DALLAS E...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 April 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DAIAiAS TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 14 J922. 0 o TEXAS i Beaiunont. frhe Oil City Medical. Dental and Pharmaceutical Society met last Friday evening at the home of Dr. J. C. Wallace on Park St. On account of the Illness of Dr. P. R. Stewart who was to r'ad a paper on Influenza he was absent and the subject was opened by Dr. R. N. Miller and discussed by the body in general. After the discus- sion which was very interesting to the physicians dentist and pharma- cists as well the business was tran- sacted. After which we were served with a three course menu by Dr. Wallace which consisted of chicken salad fruit Baled and ice cream and cake. The next regular meeting will be held at Dr. Stewart's resi- dence in Port Arthur. Palestine Services were good at J all the churches Sunday. Mrs. Henry Sanders died laBt Friday March 30th was buried Sunday April 1. He was 21 years 1 month 9 days old was married one year. He leaves a wife mother and father and sister and brothers to mour...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 April 1923

eus raEGMiiiUisi io iiild ib it rum !l N The Annual Conference oi the' leans and flev. Dr. Esterbrook of i i.. nf T- Denver. Colo.. Rev. Dr. Fletcher ..it II I. I lrt.li ' vm. u - - ' I will convene April 16-22 Inclusive at tliC Plymouth Congregational cliuroh of llii.i city of which the ltev. L. R. Mayc in paiitor. Many dirttlnguished visitors will be li wit among them will be the Rev. Dr. D. J. Flyun of Charlotte U.- C who is one f f tbe most noted evangelist in the country also tli I!"'V. Dr. LawleHS of Atlanta C-i. ltev. H. H Duna of l ew Or- presldent of Tillotson College Aus tin Texas will be here and Supt B. Hedgespeth and teachers were pres- ent. B. Y. P. U. attendance splendid. Night sermon by pastor. Missionary Society is still on worUng basis. Rev. D. L. Fenn Pastor. II. Phillips of New Orleans tigeth-! y. L. A. B. club This club met wiitf -Rev. Dr. Chas. F. L. N. 1 Friday evening Apni 6th with Miss Graham of Beaumont who is the moderator of the Conference. P. V. ACTIVITI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 April 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATCltDAY APRIL 14 1022. roMiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiwiiiniiiiiw lllllllumillllllllDlillllllllllDmlllllllU g n I h s i III a a a Ill III ill F. 11! M -ill inaiiimiiiiiiioMiiiinuiDUM tfJlllllllllllllDllllllllllllBIIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIIM MMIIIIIIMMmiillMOIIIIIIM KANSAS CITY MONARCHS NOSE OUT. Waco Texas April 13. The Kansas City Monarchs had their hands full and were barely able to nose out on Paul Qulnn College by the score of 4-3. It was by far the best game of the season in Waco and all the fans that witness- ed the contest were surprised nt the showing the collegians made against the big leaguers. Lee Shepherd Waco product was in mid season form and held the Monarchs to seven scattered hits Issued three passes and put three down via the strike out route. Mendez the veteran Cuban started for the Monarchs and was taken by a storm of homers over the right field wall. However after that he was unhittabie as was Curry dur-1 ing his thre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 April 1923

THE PALLAS EXPRESS PAUAS TEXAS BATCKPAY APRIL 14 1922. Hi? jj ta K-JL t-L J Jagl kji tJa if. jheI Ic Jaal B The Superior Colored Show :::: The mm Lxiraornmarv x - MM w7aSm J Hf? I" . '4 ir ' IS I Breaking Record ' ffl Rfl every uay V J .88 353 iT w 4 aa. m m m - ib n. w m i ill qsmfuss I I Spoca SmB 0 I KB School J P I lAtfrrrtr"- IhB Ifgg Childrens J ll U U 0 0 G I 4 Matinee Z ) JM Bp '. Saturday. . - 9J M ;M Morning: - i 7TT T"C I2M in OVln Jfptten and fN. A3iAt MM IU U ClOCk Directed by notionot gS JCaiie$QapIinVg Picture 8 1 Saturday and Sunday : ll Ml SVPREMB COURT REVERSED IT- SELF IX ARKANSAS CASE SAYS NEW YOI.K LAWYER. .Vegro lawyer in Forefront of Vlc- torious Pour Year Rattle. New York N. Y April 14 New York lawyers have been com- menting on the far-reaching results of the victory by the National Ai- Boclatlon for the Advancement of Colored People in the Arkansas CaHAs in which the United State Puprome Court reversed the decision oi the lower court which had con- demned fi...

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