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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 9 June 1923

FA (il'l vvm ViV.D OV TUAWiSH. HlAH We Hinli to ttiunk our frauds and rclativi.ti for their kiuilmins to us la th recent 11!iu;hh au.l death of our bi-lovftd coiiKin Oialw Vincent. Mr. Ham AiKlerHon. Mrs. Walter Hill. 6 9 It E '?. i i -I: li 1 ji :l 1 it1 ! I CARD. J.' TUANKS.' M i. '!1 I ; '..Ir .J f I -4 f The fumlly of tho late Stella Ir.-vtt Harrington appreciate the kind x- preBMianK of sympathy from her friends. The family especially thank Mrs. William McDonald. Mrs K B Olive; (Mrs. L. S. Murphy; Mr' It 3. Mitcholl and Mr. Wat.h Villiami ror their kindlier m accompanying the body to Auntin H. D. CarrlneUm and family. . . Ill u . ' ' '. . I i V win i - . 4 ' r; . C? fc' -ivv.O .t : ; I 'J .' ::. ' ' ' . I .1. -.! t T i ' ' I'.-.- I - ; . ... (: . Jf - i ' 9 le 40th Grand Lodge. The Texas Jurisdiction n. .iniiii - Bf k.-.a'JQt.K-rJtttif j. fc - - v. nirHMj-jiltEMi? 'ft''"-i'lrmn-V i V li t n i i " -' 1H1 ii H f M. im ti n ' - ' they appeared in the gorgeous Parade held COURIER B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 9 June 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 9 1933. Local Business Houses Who Can Serve You Better. HiiimeiHiiiii;;aiiiinuiiitaiiiiiitiiiitiiiimiitiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiil niiiiiiiigMiiiiiiiiiiaiiiuiniiiiDinimiiiuauiiiiniiiiomiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii) 1 ANNOUNCING I iminDiiimuiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiianiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiuiiiiiitBiiiiiiiiMiH I HUFF'S MARKET & i a 3 m a McMillan's cafe The Cafe of Service Your Cafe In harmony with the elite of Dallas and their beautiful costumes a veritable style show may be seen on Thurs- day. Saturday and Sunday evenings ! . ; McMillan's Cafe has put on its White Dress (or the Summer; with its eleotrio breeze cooling system its "Kool Kolorado'' at Mack's w here Fort Worth and Dallas are politely served to drinks and eats. "Mack" "the world wonder ;v cafe man" feeds everybody all the ' time from every clime. . . 2413 Elm Street g Next door to Palace Theatre. I ' '. ' 6-2-tf I a 1 s tiiiiiiiiiiiioJiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiainiiiiiimaiiiuiiwiiaiiiii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 9 June 1923

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 9 June 1923

.:.r TlflE DA IX AS F.XTTCKSS DALLAS. TEXAS SATl'TWAY JT'XR 123. 0 iftllia IcibZz'dza of Tesas Pur:k3 Orel ilz:;: kro Py- ilhx cf lb 7c:U b Kan- f.'ct (Hi For Year cf $33.- 63 LSI. VEs Agdh Heads ; Qrd?r. . L 0. JSidhssa Vice (Continued from PaK 1) l.f embers of the Court of 'Calanthe J automobiles then followed dis--tingMiNhcd viHitora in automobiles. Ju- veniles occupied floats. ISie cars were handsomely decorated a prize being awarded to the bent decorated car. . ( Unlike moat parades the Grand Lodge officers inutead of riding were in line with the other Knights. Grand Chancellor W. S. Willis headed the IWamiuie Order of Knighta of Omar. This new and perhaps the highest rank in the Order attracted much at- tention .becauof their beautiful cos- . (um ' 5 '; ' ' r. . ' When the Colored Knights of Py- thias of Texas marched down the streets of Dallas all business houses suspended buainesa to see them go by and it was pronounced as one of the finest parades ever witnessed Jn Dal I 11...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 16 June 1923

--.. "T ' M J. .IU- iU- -iw.. 4 V... M ... .. I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE 1 I DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE founded by W. King. "The Republican Party It The Ship All Else It The Sea." Fred Douglas. VOL. XXX NO. 82. ' : THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JTNE 16 1028. PRICE FITS CENTS Y TESTIMONY IN U. S. MAIL FRAUD CASE AGAINST U. N. L A. LEADER IS MOST SENSATIONAL; THOUSANDS SQUAN- DERED AND POOR FOLKS BEGGARED. (Crusader Service) New York June 15. That Marcus Onrvey played the races and "went broke" at the Jamaican race tracLr during his trip to the West Indies was the startling testimony brought out on Thursday by the Ooverment witness "Sir" Sydney de Bourg Knight Commandos of Order of Nile and Leader of the Far Western Pro- vinces of the West Indies Duke .of Ugundu Duke of Nigeria etc.- -all titles generally donated to him by the Hon. Marcus Garvey Provision- al President of Africa President General of the Universal Negro Im- provement Association and the Afri- can Communities League. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 16 June 1923

. 'wvi rw vv 'amxwmaa.wmwwiamawammjAaaamaaM FORT YORTII IIEVS. ; . j V ' Fort Worth. Texas June 16. coming annual session. He filled his Notwithstanding the hall storm and pulpit Sunday. The church unani- torrental rains which prevailed all'mously voted him a thirty days' va-t-'atiirday night and a great part of cation because of his great work and Sunday morning great throngs flock- untiring effrt ed to the great St. James BaptiBt 1rof- Ntx the National gospel sin- chure.h all day beginning in the Sun-'Rer and the only paid singer of our day School some two or three nun- race by the Southern Baptists gave dred were present. 152.91 was rais- to the Mt Gllead Baptist church sev- t'A in this service eral 80Ul inspiring numbers in gos- At the eleven o'clock hour Dr. Winn Vl songB. He is in the city on bust- ' preached from the topic "A Wise nef- . Builder-' the distinguished pastor- 1 rof- Coleman principal Fred evangelist was it his best. The Junior department of the Sun- day school l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 16 June 1923

V.MiK TV -f IMM MM TEXHS TOWNS TKH DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 1 1023. 1$ i : .9 hi m ? J 't Mineola Last Wednesday marked the closing or Texas College. A spec lal car of students under the direc- tion of Prof. Banks and several teachers passed through en route to Fort Worth. Mrs.-R. C. Collins ar rived from Fort Worth last week Prof. Busb of Tyler was here last Friday on business. Mrs. Ima Caper son left last week for Colorado r " togs where she will make her fa forV home. Sunday School was well attended at St. Paul Baptist church last Sunday. Misses Montene Holt Evallne Deary and Miss Vernlce Jones arrived from Texas College last week. Mrs. Emma Beck and children were here last week from Denison. Mr. E. Lord of Dallas is here visit ing relatives and friends. Mrs. D. Taylor left for Dallas last week. Mrs. K. W. Flewellyn returned from the commencement exercises at Bishop College Read the Express. . Calvert Mr. J. Roberts left a few days ago for Fort Worth his future h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 16 June 1923

TlfR IATXAS KXTTIKSS MI-LAS TliXAS. KATl ltDAV JINK 16 1IK8. s :v. nuxvs r.xrrci:s MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Piii:thl evrr BaturdaT morning la Uie year at SliCO Bwlaa Avenua by VUJB DaiXAs ESPHKS9 PUBLISHING COM 1" AST. (Incorporated) Dallas. Tsiaa. rORtIG iDVERTISIJfQ HKl'RB- W. B. Elft 09 Ssatk Dar- txm Street hl-K III. FntidlnK 1)4 f:at Maa Uct hew trkv K. Y. Entered at Post Office at Dallas fnai as second-clsss matter under Act of Conirresa. March 1S79 THE DALLAS EXPRESS 8Ui:SCItIPTI0S IN ADTANCE. Cna Tear f ii Months.. Three Months Single Copy - ..2.25 L25 .75 .05 HOTICH TO TUB FUIILIO. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing- or reputation of any person firm or corporation wnlcn iay appear In the columns of The Dallas Express will be Rladly cor- rected upon Its belnic brought to tn attention of the publishers. IMPORTANT. Wo subscriptions mailed for a pe- riod lens than threeThonths. Payment fer same must bs 76 cents. THE DALLAS EXPRESS has never hoi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 16 June 1923

THK DALLAS RXl'BKSS DALLAS TKXAS SATURDAY JUNK 10 1023. TAtiU II I'M Texas f Towns Murhall Returned txom the K. of P. at Dallas Texas Messrs. David Caldwell Sir Hardeman and P. F. Dennis. For the Court of Calanthe Madams Henrietta Kendall Pinkie Johnson Airs. H. Johnson and Mrs. C. F. Dudley they report an excel- lent session. Rev R. B. Witt is run- ins a bis camp meeting; In the sou-. thorn part of the city. The Mosaic Templars District meeting No. 2 con- vened at Kbenezar M E. church i its first Grand Session. The next meeting will meet In Wuskom Texa Hon. T. H. Young of Uttle Rock 'was In the .city during the meeting. Flunor Sunday bchool at the Bap- tist church was fine. Rev. MenogaD was at his post and preached a soul stirring sermon at the morning ser- vice. Owing to the Illness of Rev. Menogan at night- Prof. Williams prenchod for him. Please read the Express so that we can sell more papers in our town. You will find them at Grays' Barber Shop. . Mcrkel. Sunday school was goo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 16 June 1923

THE DALLAS EXrRKSS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 16 1023. at TP TT a nrim jsum ft TTT j j Lecal inioiimeoG Juiouses -who Lan-berve You setter. t.i;; .i.niiiiiniiiiiciiiiiiiiiiuiciiiiiiiMiiiaiiiimHiiiniuiiiiiil ii!':ra:!iiin!i!iu!ii;imin!t!inniiimiiniiiiiiii)iifli!i!i! ANNOUNCING n s H r:diXLArrs cafe TLc Cafe of Service Ymr Cafe in harmony with the elite o? Dallas and their beautiful t-i uimeH a veritable style hiiovr may be seen oa (Thurs- day Saturday and Sunday -evenings.- McMillan's Cafe -has put on it 3 Write Dross for ' the .Suramer; with its electric breose cooling system. Its . "Kool Kolorado" at Mack's where Port Worth and . Dallas are politely served to drinks and eats. - "Mack" "the world wonder ... cafe man" feeds everybody all' the Umo from every clime. HiiiiiniiiiuiiuiiniiiiiiniuioiuiiHimioiiwtBmiaiuHrauiiDiiiiiiHiin 1 HUFFS MARKET 6 1 3 . a GROG at a Corner Swiss and Central 2413 Efei Street a Next door to Palace Theatre. .1 6-2-tf fliUIH!lil.1!ll!l!i:i!l.ailltll(IIUIU!(...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 16 June 1923

JAmiiiniiimmuioiiiiiuiiiw iHiiiiamniuiHinmiiiiutiimiiiiimmniMiiiiiiiiM l "t V-fluiuaMHmiDiunuiaitmmnuoiiM 11 gag 15 1 1 111 C3 1 -Ii III ill lis ii n l n i s ; s ! m . 3 . . u Il.u. l.MIIIItllllIIMIHMflltilinillllllllllinilllllMI1IIRIIIIIIIUIIinilltltt aniuNmiiDiHmiiiii Vg'g JhiiMiiiiiiinHiiiiiniiimiiiiiiumniiiiiw imiiiiDiiiiiimiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiuiiiDuiiuiiiiiioiiiiwmiiniiiiiiiiiiiiaiM ioiuiiiwiiimiimiiiiiiouiiiiiiiiuDuiimiiuiaiiiiiimiiiniiiimmiiQiiiiiiiiiiiinuiiiiiiiiiiqiiiiii( 1 f o . "' NOTICE OV ADMINISTRATION ON THE ESTATE OP K. W. J. LOWERY. (DECEASED) PANTHERS ARE LEADING THE FIELD WITH EXPORT- ERS RUNNING SECOND AND THE GIANTS RANGING AROUND THIRD PLACE PURSUED BY THE FAST TRAVELING CRABS. HOUSTON TULSA SAN ANTONIO AND SHREVEPORT ARE R UNNING IN THE ORDER NAMED. CLUBS STANDING TO JUNE 10. The old past time having received a severe set-back on account of Hon. W. E. Ewing's style of playing left- field (which peculiar and Indescrib- able style he Introduced in a tup- pos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 16 June 1923

i.K.I..t.-. I. w . It.). re. 1 Money at Ilace vey Trv! (Continued from pago 1) hi-r if sh would like to si? him .K-k;d up? .Hlio Hiipaicntly not gpt- tiuc the implied idea of the majesty of Out per mm of the "Proviulonal rr);ici:iit of Africa" replied "I dont caro what Vio.y do to you. It ont 1rini me li u:k my nionoy." . ..John H. B ott of Stamford Conn. and I'oxt Ollloe Inspector. Oliver It. Williamson ilonUfiod circulars Hunt. Uioiu;li tlio tumla extolling the glo- rJou of tho-. Black .Star Idne and full of allotted fal:i Kt.iloments for tho purxhii.o of li(io;t(ii)K the aalo of atocl ; tin. Cmcy Docolved Hr. Tlio trail of Marcus Oarvey and tlib three n:u;i.iU-a in the Federal Court on an indictment charging the ti.'ie of mails to defraud was mark- ed tho day Ikmoio with demands from Judg Alack U "Come on et on K on"'. Garvny. who Is trying hit own case di.ipl-iyinft a tendency to .arr.'ie with the witnc-nses when their anuwera aii)e;ir:l to ro aainnl hioi and to havo them reitoa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 June 1923

y 1" CO 07) .7 H! 'j.tr-PJ.f?!..!! r TO r i 7: TV" '-H ' T) r I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE U fry as 'TA Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. reunded by W. H. Kln. Tim DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 5!3 1923. PRICE FIVH CENTS VOI XXX NO. 83. ft lb 1K H r7 a inS fH A 75) "Y FVF g vr vrn r- . r ""' """ bc"-i r""j UjT IUJ f j Lyi If p p M r I 1 0 I 0 PRESIDENT OF BLACK STAR UNE FACES PRISON TERM OF FIVE YEARS AND FINE OF $1000 FOR DEFRAUDING INVESTORS; WAS OWN COUNSEL MARCUS GARVEY FOUND GUILTY. After one of the most sensational trials in the history of the New York Courts Marcus Garvey provisional president of Africa and lender of the world famous Garvey niovement.waa found guilty Monday nlglit of de- frauding investors of the Black Star Steamship Company. IT- -! .man.Ia.1 to tl T.unlia prison until Thursday when sentence was Imposed mmn him. Ills three codefendants Eli Garcia George To- Mas and Orliind M. lliomp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 June 1923

TWO THE PALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 16 1023. .'l'-LLJtlA- - - ! IL t.Ki I l.A- ;UADrAT10S AT J 1A i I'TOX 1 XSTITITE. J;(iiioh Vtli)n Johnson 8pik.N on '.-:.rt id'il ifiiit-liii)" J. Jlcnry Sratl.i'ix'ilijooiJ IVthires Kulir Inva- sion is mi I Vonomio 1 nil lire nntl lt AiiH-'ioans fo K.iily Intorna- (n)iuil I'rol'linw l'riiic'ipul (iwKg IVwuls l lrst H;)H(lm OwicllilnH's for I)et.'i'eo of "ilwlirlor of Science in Agricultural Kilucaliim." event of President Harding's nomlna- JolinHon Jr. Port Gib-!10n 'I1 11(3 tnira squally important is: . win me rennsyivania jvegro aeciae to support a Third Party candidate! or a Democratic candidate or will By Wm. Anthony Aery. Hampton. Va. June 16. Princi- pal J. JO. Cress who presided at the Hampton Institute commencement ex- erolfleH. which were held in Ofiden hall In the presence of a large number of local and visiting citizens of both races presented four candidates for the decree of "linchelor of Science in Agricultural Educati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 June 1923

I I' TUB DALLAS KXPRKSS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JXTNE 23 1023. PA OR Timi:M t.i:i ... 4 TEXHS TOWNS ill t: i...... ..... j. - . . . ............. .TTT. ........ ....... . ... I M ' ' - ' ' ' ' ' .... s .... '' ; ! O i n n . . m ti 0 Itasca Mrs. Janle Felder of Chapel Hill Texas is visiting her sick Sister Mrs. N. S. Reed and Mm. Spark also and other friends. Mr. Richard Colman and wife from San Marcus Texas and als6 Mr. Dee Cole- man and wife of Kerens Texas visit- ed their mother and left for Dallas Texas to visit father. Mr. and Mrs. Dlggs left for Frost Texas to visit her sick mother. Mrs. Rosle Mann of Mart Texas is in the city to see rela- tives. Rev. D. C. Sample pastor Bap- tist church left for Fort Worth to spend a few days. Mr. N. S. Taylor returned fora the Grand Lodge and brought his children with him. Miss Clodie M. Caster and others left for Dallas to spend the 19th of June. The Knights and Daughters of (Tabor gave a grand picnic. Services were well attended at both churc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 June 1923

lu;rc four THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 23 1023. THE DALLAS EXPRESS MAKE THE SWEIHIING POOL POPULAR. MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning la the year at 2600 bwlsa Avenue by rDB DALLAS EXPHKSS FCULISH1NG (Incorporated) Dalla. Texaa. ADVEHTI!ING SEKTATIVEl HBPRB W. B. T.ltf Coapiir 08 Beat Dear- titreet t.bli-BKO III. W. B. .Iff Company 404 Mortoa Kalldlna 11 Fnt Maaaaa Street ( lark. N. T. Entered at Toot Office at Dalla Texan aa econd-cIa matter under Act of Cnntrreaa March 187 TUG DALLAS EXPRESS SUBSCRIPTIONS IX ADTANCE. Ona Year...- Bit. .Months...... Three 'Months single Copy . -12.25 .-1.25 . .75 .05 NOTICK TO TUB PUItLlO. Any errotieona reflection upon the character mantling; or reputation of uy person firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Dallas lOxprens will be gladly cor- rected upon Its belns; brought to the attention of the publisher. l.W rOKTANT. Wo subscriptions mailed for a pe- riod lss than thr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 June 1923

THK DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATWIDAY JUNE 83 1023. PACB HVB Texas Towns RIarHhulJ Mr. J. Price an em- ployee of the Texas and Pacific Railroad lost his leg by a rail of iron running over it. He la improving at this writing. Mrs. Ella Price of Beaumont is in the city visiting her mother and friends. Mr. B. B. Ban was badly nurt at the T. & P. rail- road shop. Mrs. Anna Gray and Len- ard P. Johnson are spending a few days in Houston visiting their son-in-law Mr. Hays. Mrs. Vernell Taylor of Palestine is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Stewart and friends. Mrs. I. M. Haywood Mrs. Joe Klnes Mr. Em- ma Graves Mrs. Nellie White are spending the summer in Fort Worth visiting her children. Mrs. .V. A. Grundy spent Sunday in Jefferson Texas. The Knights and Daughters of frabor held their annual Thanksgiv- ing services at Galilee Baptist church Rev. Harrison preached a very able sermon (Ulmer Sunday Schools were well attended at all churches Sunday. Ex- cellent services at Moses Chapel C....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 June 1923

TlfR DAIXAS EXTUESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 23 1023. Business Mouses WIw Can Serve .You Better. 111ERCUL0SIS KORSG QMS S DMffiVEE; OVEN APPARENT n!W;WB?l)lflAS IUBERQILQ UHPOKT THK MONTH Ol MAY. Splendid efficient service la o-ng-rondf-red ty Mias Ituih Chambers Colored Tuberculosis Nurse ot 1 hill as. OfficiaiH ot The HalluB TulcreuIoHs snoci rticn commend her hlchly for t '.WK HlelKihw Ji SI IT MX 11' HTKiaiiuin caro 18 Hie boat in early ie nunncr In which Mie took hold stamen. The mother a..U fath us- er Ihe win k find 4a pimhing it. The ualjy think that home remedies should icnth of flay ended tier three l tfiven firm choice but they are -tiienlha of rol)a(lon and she wan im-jeradually becoming; more interested -u iUatily given n permanent appont - i in4M ( f the salary f this nurue ii M tipjd 4y the Dallas Tubercu- 4c lis Ai.micl.'itlon and the -other half rxlng fiaid iy the followng Nogro .iiiiiiif tui rouriniH and individuals; 4 iKteliiior 'tintoai Benefit Association t);....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 June 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY JUNK 16 1023. fM.i' si:vi:' kiiiimaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiuiiimiDiiiiiMiniiiiiiuHii MiiHtaiiuMiniiiDiunminiaiiMMuiiiiaMiiiiuunaniiHuiitiauiitHmiiaiiiitHMUiauMiiiuMWMuuuiutDiniimiuioiiniiuiiuuiiiuiiiiniaiMiitiu kiiiiuaiiniiHiiiiaMMitniiiiainiminttaumrtiiinaiiuMuiinainiHMniiaiiiiMiMMicsniLiU'li'iQitiiiiiiitittsitiuiMiiiioiiiiiiitiiiii JA 71 liimiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiimoiiiiMimiaiiiiiHiiii ill m lll'(Q)fRRTiiri(B HI ; III IT W till 0 U UxlUn ili s a 3 31 . rviiiimiiiiiio iiniiiaiinniiiiiiaiiiiiiuuiianiiuiMiuoiiiiiiiiiiiiDiHiiuiiiliaiiiiiiuiiiiaiiiiiuiiiiiaiiiiuiiiuiaiuiuiiiiiiaiiiiiaa iiniiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiMiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiimiaiiiiimiui K'iiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiimiiDiiimi BiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiinoiuiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiniiiDiii iiiidiiiiiiiiiiiidiiiiiiiiiiiidiiuiii luiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiigiiii iniiiiiiniai uiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiuiiiiiaiiimiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiHiiaiiuuiiuiiDiHi iiaiiiiniMiiiaiiiiiiifi Jf iniiiHucaiiiH...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 June 1923

TIIR PALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JINK 23 1023. -if:-': l .: rr CHICAGO. P3L1T:CAL whirl- ro:L as campaign r.xws mar (Continued from lnM' 1) iii'tii n lli.i" the wily Mai'lln 1!. him- hi If v ho Klitnria in the elfins laugh Un li:i li 0. l lowo Mid patient- ly Vi'f.iting for the Cc.Tl to onco again "(;-ii! t-y tho race" fun (lie rupr- (! i idvc from the 1st Illinois district This call is as sure to to tils rs the (Ji-jr follows the nif.tit ptot the iao-1 abounding tiling Mxt'l llici whole Ml nation i tlio ra- !d crnwlh of the Aforesaid Dol'riOHl I roirt the role of an ordinary ward ro- ll! jciftii to llio Mains- of a-- national l:"ieal figure We liave It on ood M'tiiciiiy that lie has Ixhui vinitlng the i!tOii;tl Capitol '-'id hob-nobbing vi;l he I'l-csident lifniHOif. It is re- .Oittd he lias announced that Jig lias tvlil "Warren where tie ;ot off af'j more i):m ouco during the nasi two years. This t't Important If true. It " if1iftl)iy isn't true. t:i it 4a "ig tov.ii Muff...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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