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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 May 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATTRPAY MAY 5 1023. Tart 5 i TEXAS TOWNS 11 II P Wnxuhachie Joahua Chapel A. M. K. church. Mrs. A. E. P. Ander- son of Wichita Falls appeared In recital at Joshua Chapel A. M. E. church last Wednesday night to an appreciative auuience. This recital is said to have been one of the best ever held In Waxahachie. Mrs. S. A. Burnett Supt. of the Sunday School had charge of the program. Services good all day at Joshua Chapel; three accessions. Mrs. M. E. Sparks of Ft. Worth and Mrs. An- derson while in the city were the guest of Mrs. Bonner. raris. The Busy Maids and Ma- trons. An evening with Negro au- thors and composers was pleasantly spent In the home of Miss Myrtle Johnson Wednesday April 28th with Miss Johnson as hostess. The weather being Inclement the at- tendance was small ; however fif- teen Busy Maids and Matrons and their honored guest Prof. C. C. Sampson listened attentively to a most excellent program. Each num- ber was well rendered and gave...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 May 1923

SI K THE DALLAS RXPREM DALLAS TKT.A.S. SATURDAY MAY 6 1023. ipui 9 ! TTTTVttt II f1 (G WOKLD ft V it3 0.M rm ' f 1 To "ra.11 TT . r ii exas oioreu octs ami iueasue. Official Playing Schedule Season 1923 BEAUMONT DALLAS FORT WOKTH GALVESTON HOUSTON - SAN ANTONIO SHREVEPORT TULSA Beaumont ReflH JuneS.MO " July 14. 16 - May 19.20 ' e 23. 24 23 May 27 28' 29 Mayl21314 June n lgf l919 2I MHome 11U Aug.46. Aug.18192 Aug.252827 51 ' June 23 24 25 22 Abroad Dallas July 12 3 TIi Aug. 4 6 Sept. 9. 10 Sept. 141516 Aug. 10 11 12 May 27 28 29 33 At Home . IMC July 2i 29 30 55 t ... i 11 May 19. 20 ' "y.W. 25 Abroad rortWTtH . Sep5. jjjft DallaS May272829 . . fi SffiS 28 At Home Mar57 . June 17 18 19 18 - June234 '.. 2 Abr5?d Oa.ve.on Aug.25227 M.yl3.1314 EX? A-1MU 8 J.lyKIS j jg At Home July 14. 10 Ao'25 26 27 July 4.4. 5 po 6 June 17. 18.19 19 23 At'Some Houston June2.3.4 May 12. 13. 14 .Ao-25'26' Aug.18.1920 SeitVW. Ju'y21'22 " At Home July 4 45 Junal7 18 19 19 Juue8910 All w A Aug.25.2627 27 ...

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

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 May 1923

I h THB PAMPAS EXPRESS. PAIJMS TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY g 192tt. t ( II Scotl Lcller to Gary Draws Criticism Frc.n Virginia. (Continual from page 1) poned to consider the ambition on tho part of Colored people tn see Wieir fullest development and the enjoyment of the fullest American ciLieoBhip as being unworthy. I Bhould very much dislike to feel that the South the natural hat.tr . of the Negro at you say Is going to assum a p manent feeling o? hoHtility toward the Negro in these fundamental directions. If it does migration northward will continue. Colored Men Support Statement That Situation Has Been Correctly Interpreted. Dozens of letters and telegrams have reached me from u.l parts of the South from as far South as Lake Charles Louisiana for In- stance and fr m points in Missis- sippi Georgia Alabama and Virginia from Colored men advising that my .telegram to Judge Gary cor- . rectly Interprets the situation in their sections Just as I described tbem. These communications very def- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 May 1923

N- ' CO 02 .7 1 3 LIE HA I? I A II 3? mm r a J 7 r T " 0 V C r 17 ; r 07 r rr TT r -JiHPTicV'r'rwairw? ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE A MESSENGER OF HOPE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE fennded by W. B. King. "The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 12 1923. PRICE FIT IB CENT! VOL. XXX NO. 28. o)lo) n n o) ni ill UL ?rvr w JV 1 JE 1 1IMT1 CHAS. SATCHELL MORRIS RECEIVES ntnirin minnirc imirM miM lVV nunruL uuuniu iincn nun utdi BY TOURING CAR ON MUDDY MISSIS- SIPPI ROAD. CANCELS ENGAGEMENTS (Special Dispatch) Utica Miss. May 12. Just preceding his departure from Utica Institute last Saturday after- noon Charles Satchell Morris Jr. well known Colored orator of Nor- folk Va. who came here to deliver the annual commencement address! was knocked down and run overtones had been broken and that by a large automobile. It is said by he would probably be able to leave his physician that his injuries are his room In four or five days. How- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 May 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS EXAS SATURDAY MAY 12 WiJ. y A SIUIO ELM t;n:i-;KT 2210 ELM CTRTET JAKE niciiAELsoirs Big Cash-Raising Sale Nov On. LOCK! AH Co-ds f 1 Kust Co V ' Regardless w of Cost. C "' . JAKE MICHAKLfON'S SIO.CO W rxr TAN VALU.SATft4.yj OR THIS SALE BLACK Special Prices On All Shoes In The House. OTHER SPECIALS. $2.00 SHIRTS . for 08c $1.00 UNION SUITS 60c ?3.00 STRAW HATS $1.50 He SOCKS Oc BLUB WORK SHIRTS 4 50c JAKE HICIIAELSON'S Notice for Special Signs About Sale. Be Sure You Get The Right Number. FEW DOORS EAST OF PEARL. 2210 ELM STREET NEGRO YOUTH FATALLY STAEBED BY HIS BUDDY. Cane Here From Same Town and Roomed Here Together. Stab Wound Inflicted By Friend Causes Boy's Death. Clias. Smith an 18 year old Col- ored youth was stabbed to death by his pal Ceaser Moore at an early hour Sunday morning at 3019 Elm Street where both boys were liv- ing. An ugly wound In the dead youth's breast showed that death resulted almost instantly. A. G. Green senior member of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 May 1923

fffT Wr WTWVTW WW WW AAAAAAAAAIiAAAiAAAAAl A A A ttTTTTTtttTTTT TtTTTtTtTTTT imll 1 - II H5 . 1 . TEXAS " TOWNS ffTTTTT"TVTfTTT?Tl ffT?f TTTTTTTTl'TTf TTt Kerens. Rev. 0. B. Johnson was with hla good people Sunday and preached two strong sermons; two were added to the church. Rev. A. L. Boone of Ft. Worth delivered the baccalaureate sermon at 11 a. m. In the New Hope Baptist church to a lrge audience. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen a fine girl. Mrs. Norrls made a short trip to Cor- slcana Saturday. Athens Services at various chur- es were good throughout the day Sunday. Rev. C. H. Pugh of . the A. M. E. church and his people worshipped at the church of God Sunday evening of which Rev. C. Davis is pastor. Rev. Pugh deliver- ed a powerful sermon at 3 p. m. The A. M. E. Senior choir with Mrs. L. H. Miller as pianist furnUhed music for the special rally; the A. M. E. Senior choir with Mrs. L. H; Miller as pianist furnished music for the special rally; the A. M. E. contributed $12.81; whole ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 May 1923

TIfB DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TE XAS SATURDAY MAY 12 1023. THE PALLAS EXPRESS FIPTT M .VIC NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning- In the year at 2600 Swlsa Avenue by TUB DALLAS KXIMtKNs PIHLISMIKG COMPAJIT. (Incorporated) . Dallaa. Tezaa ronEia advertisixo refiiio- SENTATIVBi W. B. 7.lff Company 808 Santa Dear- Street ChlrnBO 111. W. H. Iff Company 404 Marfan WnllrilnK IIS Fit.t iig Street Hew Vark W. Y. Entered at Post Office at Dallaa Te-tae as eecond-clASM matter under act of Cunitresa March 187S TI1E PALLAS EXPRESS SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE. Oca Year.. Btx Months Three Months . Single Copy -.52.25 .X2S - .75 .06 IMPORTANT. rTo aubgcrlptlons mailed for a pe- riod li'ffl than three "Thontha Payment far aaroe must be 75 cent. . 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 moath. It is a plain every day sensible conservative newspa- per which trims no sail to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 May 1923

Page 5 TEXAS Kusk. Rev. H. H. Harris pastor of the New Mount Ollie Baptist church was in the city Sunday. At 11:00 a. m. he preached a sermon of Angelic ability to an appreciative audience. At 8 p. m. Rev. Harris again ascended the sacred ros- trum and displayed the same tal- ent that he did at the 11 o'clock services. No preaching was had at any of the other churches in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Snow en- tertained a great number of friends at their palatial residence with a party on Tuesday night. All that were present expressed satisfaction and joy unhounded In being in such hospitable company as Mr. and Mrs. Snow's. Mr. Ollie Young and family left the city Tuesday morning en route to Jacksonville where they will make their future home. Mrs. Hattie Cook of Dallas Texas was In the city during the latter days of the week looking after business matters. Mrs. V. D. Harrison the noted hair-dresser Is now occupying a room at Mrs. Mag gie Carr's at which place she is elvine special at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 May 1923

TlfR PATXAS EXTRKSS 1MYXA8 TEXAS SATURDAY MAY J2 1923. AX jm Jiuu. Mrs. Uuiks entertained tin- faculty ami senior class Sunday Willi a delicious dinner. The Jun- ior; entertained the Seniors with an enjoyable banquet at Green's theatre Thursday night May 3rd. Graduating exercises were held at JtaHint church May 7th Many out of town visitors were present. Prof. John It ice of Dallas delivered the ad ;1 reus 01 her out of town visitors wei-o Dr. 0. W. White Miss Simon of Dallas; Mrs.' A. A. Davis Mrs. X. Coffee Mrs A. E. Lindsay and Mm. J. Jaggors of McKinney. Mrs. bf B Williams served 6 o'clock dinner to out of town guests. lf.-Ji;.oivilto. Jacksonville Black Ti;;eivi defeated the Tyler Out Laws in Ui opening game of the season by a itcore of 3-2 Uev. T.B- John- son pastor of Sweet Union church was not able to fill his regular ap- rtsiin I Trim T Unnilav nn ajAnilnt nf ill. uokk. l?ev. M. T. McDowell preached m excellent sermon to a large crowd Sunday night; after the ser- jium Miss ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 May 1923

pMiiiiiiiaiwiiiiiiiioiiiiiMHiioiiuiuiiiiiQiuiiM VsnimiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiMiiBinimiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiu s g ' ' I i ill d i IBI ana ESS iii B 1 ETimmiiiiiiniiiiiMiiiiaiiiiMiiMiBiiiiiiiittiin KgMiiiiiiMUiHiiiimiinimM Texas THE PENDULUM OF TIME USHERED INTO BEING THE TEXAS CHAMPIONSHIP BASE BALL SEASON SATUR- DAY MAY 5. THE OCCASION BEING MARKED WITH A PARADE. Principal of Dallas Colored High School Pitches First Ball at Park. Broncs Next Attraction. Great was the opening of the BLACK OILERS GO OVER WIN- Texas Colored League In Dallas and NERS IN SEASON'S OI'ENER. Texas last Saturday the great drivel rr-he Beaumont Black Oilers open- for the irexas League pennant got'ed the league season last Saturday under way at 4 o'clock and every !at Magnolia park with a 6 to 4 club in the loop was on its j victory over the Galveston Black toes to cop thfc opener; our Giants Sandcrabs. About 2000 fans witness- did it and kept on doing it through 'ej the contest. out the series or three games. I Will...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 May 1923

Crowds Pay Lx-t Tribute to J );. L. Jones. (Continued from page 1) liiioi) Abe Willis Tliou. D'Hanion K. II. Jackson Dr. J- C. Erwia; wliilo the honorary pall bearers vvi-e Taylor LlRhtfoot D. W. Over--u Jolin Fielding. Louis Wharton W. W. Green Geo. W. nays Sr. Ildward Berry Dr. Chas. Schooley. Tlio ficottlnh Kite Services over the n'ii);iins were hold at the Jones roiiulcnco 1537 Blair Avenue Wal- nut liill. Friday April 20 at 8 p. id. urier the auspices of King Sol- omon Consistory No. 20 as Mr. Jones was a 32 degree Mason. ThoHO servicos wore conducted also l.y Mr Howard T. Gree. Mr. Jones wan known in Masonic circles as "illuHtrioun Peer Joseph L. Jones 3;1 Degree. lie was born at Mt. Healthy Ohio June 12th 1868. He diml at Cincinnati Ohio April 17 1923 at 4:15 a .ra. He was 54 year: 10 months and 5 days old. Ho was a member of all the frater- f:irah Jones a wife four daugh ters one eon ana seven grand- children. Mr. Jones had been prominent in public life of this city for more...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 May 1923

ft : v n II ten t A CHAMPION OF JUSTICF ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE funded by W. H. Klnr . "The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea.n Fred Douglas. VOL. XXX NO. 29. ' THH DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 19 1023. PRICE FIVH CENT I FEDERAL CASES UP FOR TRIAL. SAYS HE WILL HOLD BIG CONVENTION IN LI- BERIA IN 1924 AND TAKE OVER MANY TO HIS AFRICAN "PROMISED LAND." (Crusader Service) New York May 19. (The case of the United States agalnBt Marcus Garvey on the charge of using the United States mails to defraud and making gross misrepresentation in order to sell shares in the Black Star Line and memberships In the the U. N. I. A. is deflntely set for hearing on May 16 before Judge Mack of the Federal Court. Mr. Garvey In the meantime U attempting to create propaganda ma- terial out of the fact that I ho Judge before whom the case will be heard and the prosecutor who "will pre- sent the evidence' for tho United States are both of South...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 May 1923

T1IB DALLAS FXritESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 19 lOiia. EXAS TOWNS. Wichita F&;is. Anderson Chapel A. Washington School will present Cln- .l i;. ciKirch S. S. opened at tho dorella in Flowerland Tuesday at the . ... . . closing exercises. Como out and gee Ksua hour with bup t. Flapg at 1.1s ; Hule 0k8. Wednesday night post and all teachers In tl.r classes. g!tmmar dapartmcnt will render .-ermon l.y the Pastor at tl:30 a. m. program and Thursday At ;;:: p. .... a very r oe program eXoom bold sway r.nu.r the supervision cf the I'reM- .!. ! f i?r. wnrth Rt lias opened up a grocery store. Rev. I K. W. J. Kvans haa opened a barber shop on Jalonlc St. Get the Dallas Kxprt-sa at Dr. Welch's drug store. Dr. J. T. Welch per C. T. Welch. J.--:;t of the Missionary Society Sistsr A. M. Wflcli was rendered In ob- Brrvnaco to Mothers' Day. A down-i pour of ruin came nu! scattered the Rttenilanco for evening service. At - . - r- n....- .... .vflollnnt J' ... .u. .. :.i.e.. I HJ..I U- t" v:u M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 May 1923

THE PAIXAS EXPRESS PAMPAS. TEXAS SATCRDAT MAY 19 1023. 4 TEXHS TOMNS Wnt Greenville. Friday nlfrht at the Church of God. one of the bent cloning exercise that have ever been rendered was carried out Dy tne pilnclpal. Mr N. J. Atkinson and Mm. Culberson. Lit- uoiiio nunureu Wllll H uirmuuy jjhi ly amy Din; Site servod a number of her little friends with cake cream and punch. Mr. and Mrs. lttchard Phillips of Garland are about to locate In this city Greenville. Mr. Willie Durham Is out of the city the Urand ileud of the In- ternational Order of Bultaloes. Mrs. Jossie Uoudson spent Sunday night with Mrs. toolue Oooohoii. Greenville defeat- ed tfonliam Sunday by a score -o. itev. l. A. Butler preached the Commence- ment sermon lor the t I H. H. College Sunday morning at Wolfe City. Mr. Jim iLaunce and family left Sunday for Tul- sa. Itev. Ureenwood of Jeuemon apent a few days in the city last week. Add to Greenville Services at both Churches were well attended. The Star Light Band at Mt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 May 1923

... THK PAM.A3 EATRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 10 t023. XXIH DALLA3 EXrRtSfi MEMBER . NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. I'ubllshed every Saturday morning In th year at 2600 bvrUi Avenue by rUB DAl.LAi KXI'IIES ruuLisuiwo COMPAHI. (Incorporated) Pallas. Texas. FORKIO AOVEIlTISirfO RBPRHh BENTATIVEl If. n. 7l'f rompnpy 08 Soatk Dear- feo Mre hli i.no. III. W. H. 7.1ft Company 404 Hortaa PnlldlnK 118 Fnt Niuia Street Dew York IV. Y. Entered at Poat Office at Dallas Texas ns second-clans matter under Act of CoDKresa March 187 TUK PALLAS EXPBKSS' SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE. Ona Year fix Months Three Months..- Single Copy ...12.25 ..1.25 .75 . .05 THE DALLAS EXPRESS has never hoisted the white feather neither has it been dis- graced by the yellow streak. It it not afflicted with the flannel mouth. It is a plain every day sensible conservative newspa- per which trims no sail to catch the passing breeze; flies no doubtful flag: It professes a patriotism as broad as our country. Its love of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 May 1923

f THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 19 1023. O TEXAS CoiHlcunu. Mrs. Sara Burnett and Dr. and Mrs. P. T. Moore motored to Kerens last week. Mrs. Lizzie Crowdcr of Dawson spent a few days with Mrs. Austin Neal E. 7th avenue. Mrs. Leola Asford Miss Ju- lia Rivera Mrs. Pearl and Master lia Rivers Mts. P. Neal and Master attend commencement exercises of Navarro County Teachers Training school. Prof. G. W. Jackson offi- ciated at Odd Fellows' Thanktsnlvlnc services at Kerens Sunday. Prof. C. R. Boswell and Prof. Traylor motored to Rice last week. Mrs. R. Benjamin was In Dallas last week. Mr. R. D. Washington of Ennis was here on business. Supreme W. Shep- herd made his annual visit to the Pilgrim Lodges Phalamathis and Pride of Corsicana at First Inde- pendent Baptist Church Tuesday night May 8th; after a splendid lecture refreshments were served. The White Rose Club of Frederick Douglas entertained Mothers and in- vited guest with their annual ban- quet Friday night. May 11th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 May 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 19 1023. Mouses Who Can Serve Yon Better arfl ' ! a i j iJi C-JL XiL i r.::.:2. valkests adveb- iTir:;:G manager visits W.UJS. est bequest ever received by the Institute from a member of our group. Mr. Hairy I). Evans of Indian jtpolis Indiana advprtininp; mannger lor The Madam C J. Walker Mfg. Co. Fiu-nl .Saturday and Sunday in Ihillns. Mr Evans was in the city in the imloroHt of tho Madam C. J. Walker "Trip lo The Holy Land" Contest and to that end conferred with many of our local ministers. While hero Mr. Evans was the gvi-H of Mr. and Mra. C. F Starks. For a. rel honest to Koodness j recreation come to beautiful River- .ilde Auaitorium may iin to iay 28th. I -- Wild. OJ' MiCJRO LKAVKtf $150- 000 TO TUHIUiXiKK. rrtibkc-Koo iBHlitute Ala. May 19. One of (lie moat significant features .of Dr. Robert It. Moton's annual re- port for the year 1921-1932 to the Hoard of "Trustees of the Tuskesee Institute was the. evidence of the growing inte...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 May 1923

THE DALLAS KXPRKS8 DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 10 1028. fXf'.V frKVTM o o o a.' Uiiiiniinutiinioiiim Svliiiiiiioiiiii!iiiiiiDiiiiiiiinu IinUIIDIIIMUIOIIIIIIII ii gss 1 1 1 ill III ?IW I I ago ass .jhiiMHiiiioiiiiiitinnniiniiiiiiiiDiiiHiiiiuiDiiiiiuiiiiiDiiiiiiiHiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiaitiiim 5 - ......HnitiiiPtiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiniNi itiiimiMMimiiiN iiinitiiiiiiuiipi tiiiiMitiiintiiiriiiiiiiuuiiiiiniitiiiiiiiiinMiiitiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiniiitiiiiiineiiiiiiiiiiif iniiiiHtiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiat iiiiiiMtlfD V JiiiiiiimaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiimiiHiaiiiiiiiiiiiiB uiiiMQiiuiuuiiigiiiiiu rones VISITORS WALKED OFF FIELD IN NINTH SUNDAY IN RESENTMENT OF UMPIRE'S DECISION. Game Is Awarded To Dallas Four Base Gout of Season. That San Antone series is over. It was a three game combination the Giants being the Victors in Sat- urday's game the opener 4 to 0 -with Lefty Bell on the hill. Sunday's melee -was everything but mild; it was a brilliant pitchers battle between Pitcher E. Lewis for the opposition and Mr. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 May 1923

rxr.s eight Twenty-Fourth Annual Commencement Exercises of the Dickson Golored Orphanage Gilmer Texas Will Begin May 27th 1923. Educational Sermon Sunday at 11 P. M. Address .Mr. B. Mayfleid of Dallas FUOF. M. M. HENRY Principal REV. W. L. DICKSON General Manager rm.MARY DEPARTMENT. ..Prof. A. Ingram Monday Night May 28 1023. 1. Chorus "Come While the Day Is Dawning" ... 2. Invocation 3. -Chorus "Shine on Hiarvest Moon" 4. "Welcome Speeches" Several Children 5. riay-VThe Bear Hunt" .... Master Vllfred Smith and Braxton Ervan 6. Solo "The San Dunes" Miss Edna Weeks 7. "The Country Boy's Creed" Clifton Jenkins 8. Recitation "At Our School" . Jennie M. Griffins 9 Solo "Dream DayB" Miss Alberta Jones 10 Kan Drill Small Girls and Boys 11. Trio "Sweetest Little Rosebud" Misses Girls and Boys 12. Oration "The Penny and Almighty Dollar" Miss Otha Fair. IS. Class Recitation "When I'm a Woman Several Girls 14. Male Quartette Swanee River ..... Masters Brown Smith Young and Ervsn. 15. Dunbar "...

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