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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 January 1919

PAY YOUR POLL-TAX LAST: DAY "ft ., - - Founded by ,W. E.'Klng. "27Ae Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. J1.B0 Per Annum VOL. 20, NO.' 16. TO DALLAS, TEXAS, SATITKDAT, JAJfUABT 25, 1919. PRICE FITE CEXTS. JANUARY 31 to. is I I V ti ,3 1 ACGUSED WAS SEIITEtlCED - TO HANG FEBRUARY 21 TAKEN IN HAND BY AN ."ORDERLY MOB" AND EXECUTED WITH LITTLE EXCITEMENT. OFFICERS OFFER NO RE SISTANCE. SEVERAL HUNDRED TOOK "PART IN THE DEMONSTRATION. It must be true for we take the .following despatch from ' the front page of the Dallas News of Tuesday, Jan. 21, 1919. Comment unnecessary. The despatch says: Hilsboro, Texas, Jan. 20. Bragg Williams, Negro, who confessed to the murder of Mrs. ' George Wells and her little- son at their home near Itasca, Dec. 2. was taken from jail here at 1 o'clock this afternoon and burned to death on the public square. Earlier in the day he bad been sen tenced to be hanged on Feb. 21. He was convicted last week. Williams, who had been in j...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 January 1919

.- -..v. 'I .-.- '1, ' : .v. ' I.- in en two THE DA1XAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1919. H L -' , OLD (5 I ; M : sunn i s a isiiilk answer to CMITAIS IMEKKOGATCBIKS ALONG WITH PEACE CONFER ENCE JULES TEX Tl'SKKUEK TO HE SOME OBSEKVATIO.XS DO-Vf LAL'GH. Staff Correspondence. Dallas, Texas, Jan. 20, 1919. , The Peace Conference. Not a day passes but what some body does not bombard rue with the question: "Klng( what's doln' In I;urls?'.' "How's the Peace Confer ence!:', "What's we twoiu' ter git outer the Peace Conference?" "Thought you wonder been at the Peace Conference;" and such like. Well. I looked In the Bible at Pro verbs 26th chapter and the 4th verse and It rends this way: Answer a fool according to his folly, lest he be wise In bis own conceit; and I thought the holy writ was fair enough. Just to keep .'rom drifting off Into a wilderness of words and meaning less modifiers Just to escape a bap tism In an abumlunce of glittering generalities, which like the ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 January 1919

W f THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1919. I "n TEXAS TOWNS . A A A. J "fT TTTT1 CAMERON. Cameron, Texas, Jan. 23. Mr. P. Griffln and Rev. R. C. Coleman are still on the sick list Prof. ,C. E. Kelley, bought the Anderson barber shop last week and it will be known In the future as the Kelley barber chop. Thn shop is modern in every respect. Little Edith Emerson and her cousin, Emma Emerson were both buried on Thursday, Jan. 16. Emma died on Tuesday and Edith died on Wednesday night. The fun eral of little Edith took place at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson, Rev. A. G. Scott, officiated. Both girls were about 7 years of age. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved families. Rev. Barber of Brenham; Rev. C. W. Warren of Navasota and Rev. Thorn of Rock dale were In the city Saturday en route to their churches. Mrs. Mont gomery and Miss Fulton, teachers of Maysfleld were in the city Sat urday on business. Mr. Toney Pitt- man and family of Maysfleld wer...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 January 1919

" -v r '. :."i' 1; ... ... THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1919. TZIE DALLAS EXTETSS MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. i'.:Misi.Mt eviry Saturday morning Sr: the tnr at 2000 ttwiaa Avenue, by THE UA1XAS KSI'Ill! t'CBl.ISHIJfG t'OMl'A.N V. (Incorporated) Dallai. Texa. S'tw Vnrk Olllc f, Front & Frost 13 N. 2iltn Street. '''iLnr '' ro,- uoy- 'iaVita"oner, Frot & Front. Can - dii r jiiitUj-.rjM. Nl.vll!e mi-r. irost & yrot, in- e! nd. r,t Life I.ulldiiis. W. K. Kl.VG, Editor It. JOHDA.V, Manager. Puttied at Tout OlUce at Dalian, Texan, an M:ond-Has inntt'-r, undr Act of C'oniros, amrcli, !. IMFOHTASiT. Nil aubscrlptlon mailed for a le period than Hired month. Payment tor same must be 60 .ent. M HIITIO.N IN ADVAKCK. Ono Year 11.50 Hi Month 76 'ihr' .Munth 6 biuxle Copy U5 xotick to this i'Iiiilm;, Any frronpoui reflection upon the character, atandlnic or reputation of any pim.n, )rm or corporation whlxh may aof-ar in the column of The Ixtllnii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 January 1919

V: L- "T THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1919. PAGE FIVE i MB. McPHEESOJf TELLS HOW NE GItO SOLDIERS SCALED SAN JUAN HILL. Fort Worth, Texas, Jan. 23, 1919. Mr. McPherson lectured at the Ma sonic Temple last Friday night to a very nice crowd. Mounting the platform he showed his certificate of discharge (rom the same standing above all other slmu Jar documents whether issued to black - or white. He plunged into bis subject following a prayer in which he thanked God (or the vic tory, the 36 states won over whiskey, Thursday, Jan. 16. He told of his several attempts to Join the army and the many hard ships .attending his efforts, and fin ally accepted in the 24th Infantry, choosing Company "G" which held out the worst of worst things to him. Here he tells o( when the army was scheduled on their way to the front, every, citizen there no Colored lived there thinking the 24th Infan try was made up o( white soldiers, turned out to meet the' troop trains and shadow ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 January 1919

J f",.. I'" THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1919. PA (1 SIX -' TEXAS TOWNS BL'SK- Rusk, Texas, Jan. 23. Dr. Ollle LaUlmore, a Uuk dentist, who has been in the service of the army in Arizona for several mouths, baa re turned with ao honorable discharge from duty. Mr. LaUlmore has many friends here who are glad to welcome aim. home. Mr. Milton Pye. who has been in the U. S. Navy came recently from Now York to visit his father, Mr. John Pye, who has been very ill for several weoks. Mr. Milton Pye will return to his post of duty, Tuesday. Mr. Honry Smith of Kemp is visit ing his mother, Mrs. Catherine Smith, after an absence from this place for fourteen years. Mrs. Hattle Ligon, Iwbo has been ill for several weeks, took suddenly worse, while on a visit to her mother near Alto, and died Friday. She loaves a husband and little son, as well as a number of relatives to iinurn her loss. Her funeral oc curred Saturday. Mrs. O. E. Martin, a popular pri mary teacher of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 January 1919

J, ' i" . '.tie- tJt, L iiigjclL '.ft!firt.L.i THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1919. PAGE SEVEN I i 'i 1 1 7; ;...,'. H , : 77V.:j :7 , ' .-! ' . 'wV:.''v-..:-.V-' - , . -7-7 -v.'v :;' r NOTICE! Dr. Bluitt has returned to the City and resumed practice. TEXAS CALYEBT. Calvert, Texas, Jan. 23. Mr. James A. Griffin waa seen on the streets of Calvert, Tuesday after an absence of 20 years. Mr. Griffin was called home by the death of his father, Deacon Wiley Griffin of this city. He will leave for his home In Chi 4 cago, Monday, Jan. 20, after spend ing a few days wit, his Sister, Mrs. Frank Warner. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warner were in the city a few days, also their sister, Miss Chrlstena Griffin, matron at Central College, Waco. Miss Jewell Smith, the reporter's sister is etill confined to her bed and room with influenza. Mrs. O. ,C. Doggett closed down her, restau rant Saturday. She will open only on Saturdays. Mr. John Williams renewed his stock last week. We are...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 January 1919

. - I . a& - V, ' PACE EIGHT THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, J919. TEXAS MARSHALL. Marshall, Texas, Jan. 23. Mr. Sid ney Reagan, a highly respected citi zen, ft loading painter died at his resilience in. East Marshall after a short Ulnoss with Influenza, and pneu monia. His funeral was attended from the residence and laid to rest In the Mack Johnson cemetery, bur led with K. of Tahor honors. Coe Mali, a four story brick building at Wiley UniverHlty caught fire at. 9 o'clock Monday. The timely efforts of the friends and students of the city and tho fire department, the fire was dlstlguliibed with very little damage, this makes the fourth buil ding that has burned to the ground. The fires soem to be a mystery. The school has great ' president that has this school at heart and no faul In him. lie has the good will of the community. Mr. WlMile Webb, who died at Camp MacArthur, was shipped bore for in errment. He was a member of Uncle Sam's force. Was buried ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 January 1919

i --' PART TWO PAGES 9 TO 12 DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUAKT 25, 1919. TltlCE FITE CENTS VOL. 28, NO. 15. Wlm LI H i 1 w I t ? t 1 1 i An nAi iiri ! li mm V : AT 11 II ::THE HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE:? i Y v T T T T $ f 3211 COCHRAN STREET SUNDAY, THE GREAT PEARL WHITE 'THE LIGHTNING RAIDER,' a Pathe Serial in T What great secret lies hidden T O " Mmv men have died In endeavlng to fathom lis message. Many mcu uavc uicu f-n .Tnnrtii THH LIUHlINlINU HAi.ur.iM. a iMuauue w 4 ... . . . ... II J VI- Jn J. i fun and excitement becomes the 2 nerate fleht with the Orientals arch JL Contains a sensible coherent, logical story, rivaling in Interest I the great mystery and detective tales of Edgar Allen Poe and A. J V.Cnan Doyle. Continued every Sunday. J V "THE LURE OP THE CIRCUS" Continued every Sunday. X Tuesday. Jan. 28th "THE- WOLVES OP CULTUDE" Continued T every Tuesday. ' , A Thursday, Jan. 30th "THE BRASS BULLET'-continued every A t t f UUI OUU Saturday. Fob. l.-"THE IRON VENGEANCE." $ HERB...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 January 1919

J rum ti-x THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. JANUARY 85. 1919. t t y y V V f y y y y y y YOU may be a good man, but if you don't pay your POLL TAX V you are not a citizen. ? ? ? t iff f . u , J 11 When a Maid Laughs rr By BERTHA R. McDONALD (Copyrlitlit, by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) When John Lawrence left, his home on the outskirts of towu and took the little nth along the railroad be walked as though he were treading on Ir. His henrt was In tune with nil the world and the autumn sun, Just Betting, seemed a great pot of gold, ut the end of his day's rainbow, beckon ing hi in on toward everlasting happi ness. Lllllth hud given lilii) to under stand that afternoon that she really cared Lllllth, who had coquetted with him ever, Since she began going away to school. There could be no inlNtake bout her attitude thin time, her open encouragement permitting but one Inr terpretntlon. "Slay I come tonight?" he had whis pered as he was leaving her. "Try and see," she answered coyly, waf...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 January 1919

THE PALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS. JANUARY 25, 1919. page ELEVEN f ROSIKA SCHWIMMER .1 W The first woman to be appointed an ambassador has been nominated by the Hungarian government for the post in , Switzerland. ' She is the Hungarian writer and pacifist, Rosika Schwimmer 'who now resides In Switzerland. She ;;s president of the Hungarian Woman Suffrage association. She has been ir.redlted with being the originator of 'the Ford peace ship Idea and was a 'member of the mission. BRITISH DOMINIONS SEEK NEW STATUS PLANNING TO ASK ADMISSION TO LEAGUE OF NATIONS AS SEPARATE UNITS. RUSSIAN QUESTION AGAIN UP Danish Minister to Petrograd Relates .His Experiences While Repre sentlng France. Paris. Canada, Australia, New Zea land and to a lesser degree, South Africa, will claim the right to entc.v the league on the same basis as Bel gium and other similar powers. The dominions1 might oppose the mother country in the discussion of problems brought before the league. I The Russian question was ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 January 1919

i TAUK TWELTE 2L TI1K DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS, TEXAS. JASCART 85. K1. TUTY-SIXTII SESS!0!I SPECIAL PRICES ON y v M mm mm mm mm m f-"1 f-v I""" t TEXAS LEGISLATURE rm n rn IU1 I 1 II lff I I I II IV Liuis ii R U GS l- Uy U U l L-u L3 u uu MANY IMPORTANT BILKS ARE BROUGHT TO ATTENTION OF EOTH BRANCHES OF BODY JOHN HARRIS, MANAGER III . - .': "it 1 - .... ... .... .Si JUST RIXKIVER a big shipment o( New Rugs at prices far below those quoted by others even on special salo. We SAVE YOU MONEY. HEAVY AXJMNHTEltS. 160.00 values. 9x12, asortcd patterns and rich colors, the same quality offered elsewhere for far more money; ' ask only Smaller sizo Ruga as well as a fine line of Brussels patterns at similar price reductions. BARGAINS IN USED FURNITURE Ssld cn Easy Immense stock of New and Used Furniture that has been worked over and mado as good as new sold at about half the prices asked elsewhere for new. Iron Dds as low as $5.00 Kitchen Cabinets at $7.50 Dressers, Mattresses, Dining Tables, Ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 February 1919

Founded by w. E. King. " The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. ' $i.B0 Per Annum VOL. 20, SO 16. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919. PRICE FITE CE5TS. I ' THE GUIS MENACE JF MOBOGRAGY THE DALLAS NEWS DENOUNCES THE BURNING OF BRAGG WILLIAMS IN TONE NOT UNCERTAIN. ENDORSES REPRE SENTATIVE KITRELL'S BILL AGAINST MOB-VIOLENCE, Under the caption, "The Growing Menace of Monocracy," in its issue of Jan. 22, two days after the burning of Bragg Williams at Hillsboro, Tex as, the Dallas News (white) made the following editorial deliverance: "Representative Kitrell has propos ed a law which The News believes wouid do much in the way of sup pressing the evil of mob violence. We shall not, of course, altogether get rid of it until the lawless impulse which is latent is eradicated from men. The cure, to be perfect, must be wrought largely by educational and moral forces, but a great deal can be accomplished by exposing those who resort to mob violence to a g...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 February 1919

pack rwo THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919. TEXAS HESDKKSOX. HenderMjn, Texan, Jan. 30. The supreme organizer, Rev. F., B. Lakey ft Dallas was here last reck and set up the Golden Chain of the World with s membership of many. He left here Sunday for his home. Dr. A. J. Cooper at Wesley Chapel C. M. E. church Sunday proved himself to the prophetic calling. Service was good night and day; rally proved a success. Keese Shllob Community. Sick list: Messrs. John Neal, Sam Newman, Henry Rolling. Flora Rob ereon. To the pride of above com munity, Mr. Woodson Horton has erected a $2,590.00 bulling also Reese Brothers have built thein a 11,800 edifice of late model. Miss Nevle Ilobcrson is visiting relatives at Mt. Enterprise. Mr. Matthew Ector and MIhs As sie Lee Garrlett were wedded last Saturday night. Mr. Jack Harle and Miss Orie Wright were united In holy wedlock, Jan. 26. , Mr. McClennan of Tyler has made his domicile In our midst. Mrs. Erie Coals was called...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 February 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919. page tiit:;:i TEXAS TOWNS WEATHERFORD. Weatherford, Texas, Jan. 30. Ser vices were good at all churches Sun day. Rev. Johnson held his first quarterly conference at the A. M. E. church. The conference was a suc cess. Rev. C. G. Smith was at his post Sunday and preached a noble sermon, Sunday at 11 o'clock. Private Phillips Foster Is here from France; ,Jie will give a lecture Wednesday. Mrs. Davis Is here visiting Mrs. Kidd. Mr. Frank Blackwell is still on the sick list. Mr. Jim Corthorn is still sick at his home. Mr. Garfield Wyley is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas. King, Mrs. Maud Smith is still on tho sick list. Tho Mt. Zion Bap tist church will pull oft a one hun dred dollar rally on the 3rd Sunday in June. Mr. Walter Noland always has the Express when , you have the money. A Big Pie Eating Contest Tuesday Jiight, Feb; 11. Mr. Estell Brown in his famous monologue and concert program Wed nesday night. A nail driving c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 February 1919

TACFFOUIl THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919. THE DALLAS EXPRESS MtMBER fTiONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Fubllehcd every Haturday morning to the yvar l 260U Kwinl Avenue, by TUK DALLAS KXI'IIKU riHUSHIXC COMI'AJW. (Incorporated) Dalltia. Texaa. Jim York Ultlee, Kroat tt Frost S3 N. 26th Street. ChlritK Oilier, Frost A Froat. Bojr- UuUding-. Atlanta l liter, Frost & Froat. Can-dlt-r liuilitlnK. . ' Naakvlilv tifllcf. Front & Froat In dipt'ixirnt Ufa UuUding;. w. k. ki.ku. Editor j. n. JOHDA.M, Maaasrr. Kntuied at font omoe at Dallaa, Teim, hi ii-coiid-t:laa matter, under Ait 'l C'unre, March, 17?. . l.HI'OHTANT. ' N aubacrlptlona mulled for f. leaa ,erlod than three month. Payment lor aame muat be SO centa. KIHNCHI1TIOM!! IK ADVAKCB. Ont Year...'. Hg fix Montha Three Montha "1 tflogie Copy NOTICH TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneoua reflection upon th character, standing or reputation of any prrmn, Ann or corporation whlati may appear In the column of Tho K...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 February 1919

THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919. PAGE FIVE 0 T FOBT WOBTH SEWS f t 3. H. 8WANS0N,. -Reporter Office, 1301 E. 9th Street NEWS BOX at Bragg Comet Print ing Co. 905 Jones Street The Dallas Express for Sale. Enclose check covering lc per word for reading notices, eic, when you DROP your MESSAGE In the BOX. A A ... A A A A .. A f Tf Tf f ft? TTT Trade Mark: GOOD SERVICE Fort Worth, Texas. Jan. 30, 1919. The Bible Institute held at Salem -' BaptiBt Church January 17, 18, and 19, was royally tntertained by Rev. L. B. Skinner and the good people x of Salem. They know how to en courage good workers . Alias Callie Hicks of New Hope and Mrs. E. M. McCree of St. John are splendid workers and gave their influence to the Institute. Rev. J. R. Knox, pastor of St. Mark was present, giv ing aid and assistance. All of the B. Y. P. U. of Dallas turned out Sunday afternoon with their pies, etc., throwing sunshine on that aide of the meeting. The lfcports FolloMi i Friday, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 February 1919

1 (' .... i: ' ..- . -.4 -A... THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 19191 "7 3 1 1 C.17. PBEAGKES EASGALaURATE SEON TO OB-VOTER GHAO ' UATES. K. Vf. HARLLKK , , Dr. Abcgton said in parts: It has been the cause of much Anxiety as to what I should say to you on this occasion. We are living at that practical period in the world's history when the demands are so exacting for thoaa actuated with a desire to contribute something .to the sum-totai of humun betterment, that he is both dull of head and cold of heart who fails to feci a sense of awful responsibility to become the selected messenger to any audience. Hut this feeling Is greatly Intcnsl- fled when the messenger la to be directed to the youthful, upon whose shoulders must bo the destiny of the world of tomorrow. The duty of God's messonger seems plain in your school work under the tutorage of splendidly pre pared mon and women you have been guided into the various branches of learning, in lltorature. In art an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 February 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919. PAGE SEYEN TEXAS TOWNS iftfTTf yT"Ti MESQU1TE, Mesqulte, Texas, Jan. 30. The pas tor, Rev. R. II. Dabney ia up again after a short period of MneBS and will, fill his pulpit Sunday as usual The new Supt. Mr. Tom Claiborne was at his post Sunduy. All services were good at Pleasant H1U Baptist church. Rev. McDowell was unable to fill his pulpit at Jerusalem Bap tist church Sunday on the account of Illness. Miss Celta Watts and Mr. Tom Barrett were quietly mar ried, Rev. A. McDowell officiating. Mr. Ed Henderson Is up again be ing visited by the influenza. Mrs. M. L. Dabney Is the clading Star of the night school Algebra class. Messrs. Webb Burks and Geo. Mc Gaur have decided to take a new start in school life. Night school for the grown-ups Is progressing raptdily. Little Eliza Burks Is up again after a light attack of influ enza. Miss Leathea Henderson is leading In Arithmetic class; Miss Daley Ware is leading In the spell...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 February 1919

rAGC EIGHT THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919. IX OKLAHOMA. ill V 1 JOHN HARRIS, MANAGER V1 i mm THE HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE 3211 COCHRAN STREET t t I I i Sunday, Feb. 2 "Lure of the Circus," , and the . . "Lightning Raider" Two of the best pictures in the Movie World s I ) PEARL WHITE, in the "Lightning Raider" v s ,h Monday, February 3, "Find the Women," in five parts. Tuesday, February 4, "Wolves of Culture." ' Thursday, February 6, 'The Brass Bullet" Friday, February 7, ' The Little Run Away." in five parts. I Saturday, February 8, "The Iron f Test and "The Hand of Vengeance." Come Early To Avoid The Rush - HERBERT-BATTS, - - PROP Prof. W. 0.' Lewis, Past Supreme Knight of The Golden Chain of The World, la now in Oklahoma City dotting up The Golden Chain of the World. He reports that In the next future, he will report a Link and Circle from that city. The people of Oklahoma should feci themselves congratulated in hav ing such an Institution as the Golden C...

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