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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

FAGS TB3RTEEH 1C7UNETEENTH HLI y t bVbRYrnlNG MUST BE SOLD BY THE 19TH. COME HELP US UNLOAD - iiiiPHONE MAIN 7783 !! : ' : . & THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919. . A:: y . f:: Children's Dresses, 35c , Size, 2 to 6, Three for $1.00 UVJ Y ? f ITU 1708 ELM STREET EXCLUSIVE LADIES STORE ft X $ ' - - - XX t.. 1 : : , . . : : SKISTS. 8I1K P0P1I5 SK1ETS ; $3.98 CAPES SUMMEB CAPES IN SERGES - $5.08 1 BOUDOIR SLITPERS - $1.50 FLOWERS FOR TRIMMING HATS 10 RIMtONS FOR HAT TRIMMIKG... .-10 Tart DRK8SKS . SILK TAFFETTA DRESSES WITH GEORGETTE SLEEVE 910.50 TEDDfED LACE HATS WHITE AND BLACK.. -$1.98 WHITE LINEN COLONIAL PUMPS AND OXFORDS $3.50 MIDDY BLOUSES 08 f B0UDD1K SLUTKHa - SBl.OUj - . -10.50. VWILK SHIRT WAISTS gp .'L ft 2 MISSISSIPPPS GOVERNOR AGAIN ASKED IF LYNCHERS ARE TO BE PROSECUTED. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, through Its Secretary, John R. Shil lady, of New York, makes public a telegram sent to Governor Theodore G .Bil...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919. TACK FOUBTJI. v rwtrrsas DALLAS LOCAL T TEXAS DRY GOODS COMPANY TEXAS CRY GQSDS COMPANY SEE 0'JR WINDOWS , If J ALBA AUSTIN Vrs. Mary Myrlck of Austin, Is In the city for a few days, the guest of feer cousins. Hi". and Mr. Henry Clay. After spending some weeks 4m Austin with her sisters, Mrs. Vsace and Mrs. McKlnly, she Is en route to her home In Chicane, where she will take up her church -work After a short rest Where many of her friends will be glad to welcome her home again. Mrs. Ireae Henry of hreveport, Ia., Is viaitlng her sister. Mrs. (Dr.) It. P. Penn, 2510 Flora street Mrs. -A. Ingram. Wtaon Missionary, wfco has been residing ta Houston for a year and a half has returned horse. Mrs. Alberta Jacobs of New York visited her mother last week during her Illness. Dr. H. L. Smith of Waco, while Attending ftneral of Hon. C E. W. Day this wejk spent the night with Vt, and Mrs. Johnnie Craig on Allen street Mrs. M. a Atkinso...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

V " t ITIE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919. page rrrmtjr BIRTHS. To Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hart, 3102 Dallas street, May 24th, a girl. To Mr. and Mrs. William Wright, 2717 Howell, June 2nd, a boy. CLIFFORD ROBINSON DIES IN . ARIZONA. DALLAS PROFESSIONAL. . -A. NEW iMKTilCUXV Al WCRK GUARANTEED' " 1 Clifford Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Robinson of this city died last Friday, May 30th at 1:40 a. m., at Phoenix, Arz. His re mains were shipped to Dallas and K the funeral was preached , at St. James A. M. E. church by Pastor C. W. Abington, Thursday morning. V ft fJr E. ' j ? I-.:--,-.'. X. .3. ' V a, , - I am pleased to announce that I have opened a Prophlatic Depart ment in connection with my office in which you can have the statn and tartar removed from your teeth and your rums properly treated; receive Instruct ions as to the kind of tooth brush and mouth wash to use, when and how. Because we cannot maintain health without mastication, digestion, as similat...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

FACE 8XXTTE5 TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1519. : yyy iff rn ! 3 A O J yyy yyy ?rt ??? tf ? yyy yyf yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy tYt yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy YYY eI YYY yyy tfy yyy yyy yyy yyy YYY vv? ! a' yyy ? tfy yyy yyy yyy tf f Yyy !YY yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy AAA i yyy ; VYY ' YYY U ITU LEiL-a U Lfl) JOHN HARRIS, MGR i i r h j it i : j i i JOHN HARKIS Sunday, June 8th, THE RED GLOVE" Featuring Mario "Walcamp, Thomas Lingham and Alfred All"t continued every Sunday, also EDDIE POLO In "A FUIiAyEB FOB LIFE." ontinned every Sunday. Monday June 9, Ethel Clayton in "The Girl who Came Back" This is one of Paramounts Biggest and greatest five reel dramas, to be shown for one day only. Something new and well worth seeing. Don't mias this great pro duction shown one day only. Following this great pro duction a big new serial starts June 16tk Every Thursday fo...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

- 'jr Founded by W. E. King. The Republican Party Js The 'Ship, All Etse fa The ."Fred Douglas. 11.60 Per Annum -t .... ' 51 (I BOL. 26, NO. 85. THB DALLAS KXPEESa, DALLAS flATUBDAT, JURE 14, 191. PRICE FIFE CEKT8. A Inl IrA LivJ IMJ it ii!J IS Ik-.. IL IkiMi lju .Ls UiJ Im LLU Lr if 11!) u TiESas :DKt:-E-i cra-feMT Mia : "MiEKait-iEi TIIC I ACT I'lll I Mill TtVf plLrf.' Hi. Mk MllrMTm- tt. Ultor p.rt JM. Mm tbo" 00 A M d PUAMPCI I fl) I'lll I IP MIL Lllol VflLL flIIU Ilo s.;'nrJ kjc uliAlill liiiMLLl WILLIi) " and Guide. The following are the, Banner, a leading dally ot this sec- ' LEAVES BUSINESS TO HER ONLY DAUGHTER. EXCEEDINGLY 1 GENEROUS TOWARDS INSTITUTIONS OF LEARNING, The Last Will and Testament Of Sarah Walker, whose business name waa Madam C J. Walker, consists of twenty-Nine Items, which briefly given are aa follows: Item 1. Gives the usual directions with reference to funeral expenses and debts. Item J. Leaves her business known aa The Madam C. J. Walker Manu facturing C...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

IHE DALLAS AXPRES3, ftALLAg, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1919. page rrrc TEXAS B05IIAM, Bonham, Texas, June 12. The 21 Marechat Nlel club met with Mrs. Louis Bennette Wednesday evening, a two-course luncheon was served. Mrs. Byari and Little nelce of Muskogee, Okla., la in the city visit ing her mother, Mrs. Polly Johnson. The 22 Amuser club met with Mrs. Willie Wilson, Friday evening a two-course luncheon waa served. F. S. Stephen will leave Monday for Galveston. , Mr. Chas. Jordan, Tony Ballard and others were in Bethlctam, Bun day to attend the marriage of Mr. Dock John and Miss Myra Patterson. Mr. J. B. Bedford of Waco, Is In the city visiting relatives. Mrs. Henry Williams left Monday for Ferris, Texas to visit relatives. F -S. Stephens preached at Beth lehem Sunday night Mrs. Lizzie Douglas and daughters of Sherman Is in the city visiting Mrs. Hattle McCee. Mrs. Emmer left Saturday for Cor clcana. Mr. T. M. McKee and family were In Honey Grove Thursday night to Attend the school...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

MtXM OUR NEW HOME FREE! FREE!! FREE 1 1 V - 25,000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture and all Branches of Beauty Culture Terms Moderate . Diplomas Given Write Today for Further Information V-aBDXDLlEEE Poro Corner SL Louis, Mo. Dept. A-ll ,k -tr "... ' Jmot Mas as rw a-dress sad wo win soad yea 7 aaa FUE3 oar iarg and aoautiful Catalegm aho w lM aO the latest styles af Creole Balr Goods, Hair Nets. Raw Hair, BmUi Co-aba sac Hair Worker. Veela, eta, Omr Balr goods saw the reputatloa for ketag taa boat aa4 wo ars taa largest saaa oriar iCreole Hair floods Btw fca sao kktattoa lutes. 4 . -tHA' - t - To. SAM WILIER, HU1UN H41R GOODS CO. Box 298 Shreveport, La. i cut E mi t I Wanted llfffMiJiiKiite .. 1 MHW- ta spend the summer. Miss Delia Our of Waco Is spend ing a few days here with friends. Labor is at a premium ' In this section. Women and children get $3.60 a day. Mr. Alex Murphy and family made 1120...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

r r . roil IKE DALLAS EXfRESS TlGNAt NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every tfRiunJay murnlni ! y-r ol 2S twin Avenue, by mtK UAIA.A KtCHKM I'rBMSIIISU COMPANY. (Innrpnra.t.id) I'&llaa. IC'SU ,V Vork Ww, FroM F"roM V- N 21 to K-'i'el f'hlt-fK4 Odirr, Kroat 4 front, Boy t f:iUina Atmnia , Kroat froat. Can Vr Mu.Mlnir. Wa.hvlilr ortlrr. front Front. In 4rt.tn.lmt Life Itiilldtnf. W. K. K1NM. Editor J. H. JOUDAJt, Maaaser. Kc'.cr'd at Pnut Oftlco t Dallas, Trai, i wcond-rlai.ii tntlr, under A' of Cuimrcw March, 179. mroHTAHT. Mr. iibclpt!nn maiid tor a Inn &rtnd than thro month. Payment r r nam must be 60 renin. tBfiCHIPTIO!f IJT AUVANCM. Una Year $l.o It Months 76 Three Month!.,... '-it IiikI Copy OS KOTICE TO. TUB PUBLIC Any erronaoua reflection upon tha "nnracfer, Blinding- or reputation of ny parxon. Or in or corporation whlab tnar appear In trie column of Tha tnl) Kxpr will be gludly oof rerted upon It belnir brought to tha attention of tha publisher SATURDAY, JUKE 11, 1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

PAGE FIYlf BIO WITH PROMISE. irm. "WITH THE 351ST IN r FRANCE" Just off the Press by- SERGEANT WILLIE O. BOSS ' ' ' and CORPORAL DUKE L. SLAUGHTER .-' i ..wv '-.f ' t THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1919. r B. E. BURGESS, Poet, Scientist and Artist, passed through Monday morning to visit his mother at 1301 Ariza avenue, Fort Worth, after 18 months over seas ; was a general service volunteer , ft OKLAHOMA TOWNS OKMULGEE. Okmulgee, Okla., June 12. Rev. N. E. Smith, pastor of Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist church employed the State evangelist, Rev. E. L. Lof ton of Okmulgee, to preach the chil dren's day sermon, A grand service was had. The sermon was pointy, be ing delivered with power, proving biblically the purpose of children day. Text Isiah 1st and 2nd verse "Hear Oh Heavens, give ear Oh Earth." Mr. and Mrs. James Newlin of N. 8th Street, lntertalned Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Smith, Sunday evening. Lieut. Napoleon Johnson, 0. T. S. of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

FAGK SIX TEXAS 8MITHY1XLE. Smlthville, Texas, J una 11 On Saturday, June 7th about 12 o'clock .Mewira. Jake Wormly, Ermon Hend erson and O. B. Clark were deliver ing Ice to an auto truck and acci dent ly collided with engine No. 436 short distance from the Katy shop yards. Jake Wormly, the son of Elder U. j, Woi-mly, who was driving the car was seriously Injuricd and the car badly damaged, while Measrs. Honderson and Clark made a leap with a narrow escape. Mrs, Lillian Caldwell has return ed from Columbus, where she-underwent a treatment from the doctor. She Is somewhat tmproved. Mrs. T. J. Hall, who has been to Marlln for her health Is at home again much Improved. Others who are on the sick list are Mrs. Mil ton Catley, and Mrs. C. C. Owens. Departures: Mrs. Katy Duval and Mrs. C. A. Adams went to Houston. Mrs. Dewltt Duval went to Schulen berg. Miss O. J. Oarnett went to San Antonio. Miss Luelle cnnarran wem to Prairie View. Miss Bessie Chris tian to and from Lockhart Miss Pre- cl...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

PACK SETE5 Church of God. Rev. W. M. Lockbart preached at 11 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Har ris and their children left for In dianapolis, Ind., last' week. KIRTIJT. TEXAS TOWNS. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1919. J CBASDA1L. Crandall, Texas, June 12. In ac count of the great rally at Mt Pilgrim No. 2 at Gastonla; Mt Pil rlm No. 1, postponed everything and went down and Joined In with them. They had a noble meeting. Rev. 0. 8. Jenklna of Kerens, and Rev. B. T. Thomas were with Rev. S. B. Hub bard In his rally. Rev. Grave preach ed a noble sermon from the 9th chapter of Acts. MAEUX Marlln, Texas, June 12. Mrs. Ara Livingston of Island street, has grad uated in the Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture and holds a diploma tjarom the Poro College, St Louis, Mo. Mr. James Stewart died last Saturday of heart failure. The Mar lln reporter visited New Zlon Sun day In attendance of the Falls Coun ty Missionary Baptist Assoclatlonal Board and there Mrs. Odessa Scott ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

Eimett Scott Goes to Howard By The Negro Associated Pnefls). MK. KMMETT J. SCOTT GOES TO IIOTVAUD OfrmESITI. Washington, D. C, June 12. At (fee regular meeting of the board of trtateea of Howard University, Dr. Kunett J. Scott, Secretary of Tub k5e Institute, Alabama, wai elected Secretary-Treasurer of the University. 1M new official enters activity upon Tils duties July 1st During the period of the war Dr. Scott has been serving most capably a Special Assistant to the Secretary of War, advising In matters affecting Colored troops and civilians, and ac complished much good In adjusting the manifold problems growing out of the relations of the Colored people to the War Department and the ac tivities designed to aid the nation to win the great conflict for liberty nd democracy. Through his tactful liaadllng of countless delicate prob lems and the many satisfactory re sults achieved, he has won the con jldftnce and esteem of the 12,000 Col ored Americans he was chosen to represent The ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

-.ft,-.,..,,, Www- TOE DALLAS EXPRESS DA1XA$ TffltAa SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1911. - riG3 snxa M.A.C.P Jo Elect Delegates to National Mcctiog Sun. June 15, 1 Bethel Qiircii , ji i i iii ii i mil r Ejl School Ttatri Home ol Hie Best Pictures . MOTTINGc PICTURES High School Theatre 3211 COCHRAN STREET SfelTMe Bsst Ftas Monday and Tuesday, June 16-17 " am not your husband. I am another man- an ex-convict " " ii fe - XM Sunday Night, June 15 Monday and Tuesday, June 16-17 -- w. si RUPERT JULIAN aSSte m an amaxing factorization ofWm. J. Ntidig's great Saturday Evening Post Story "Silent Mystery" Continued Every Sunday :1 V ')' ' V--' V 1 1 "m FDESE FLIINCEII5" Special Attraction RUPERT JU.IAtS m -TffC fire r-.Aa:js.s " Tht Story that made a Nation lost its sletp See this amazing picture filmed ' from Wm. J. Neidig's wonderful Saturday Evening Post Storjr that created a sensation. If you've read the story you'll be thrilled by this great picture play. If you haven't read it you'll enjoy it jus...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

TH3 DALLAS EXPR3, PALLAS, TSXAS, SATUroAY,JUNB14,; .1919. Jl rjtca to llll I m I HI I . -v. . ---mamzmc::3mK'am33 ITptto ft nn y nil f? W? -UUAi uii J i iliU O lUI U Li uuLbAl U IMS jj BHtt33BBIkD0BsWBBB8WssllMBWIE55sssMi i jpj MLIm at r .1 j 1 .4' n '..TO V '- . ....... ' - y . r a ME AND r O R.T V tvf nuiM rex paoocT.tM IE1 SIS Dili WUWJ Fame and Fortune - Clay Burgess returns to Palo, after absence of years. ' , . ' ' - Attempt to corrupt sheriff's henchmen to kill Burgess as he enters town. .Wild ride of Burgess to escape men who attack him. His stunt of swinging Into a tree from a galloping horse. Burgess' battle In lawyer's office when, disarmed and beset by crowd of foes, he licks them all and makes his escape. Meeting of Delia Bowen tnd Burgess as Utter, wounded is about to fall from his horse. 'Burgess beats bully who tries, at point of gun, to make him, ' pick up hat from floor, i ' .; Burgess rescues girl from Flash Denby"s power after a death struggle In which bully Is k...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 14. 1919. FOBT IfOBTH HBWS J. a SWANSON.. Reporvor J Office. 1301 E. 9th Street Phono L, 2539 NEWS BOX at Bragg Comet Print lng Co. 905 Jones Street The Dallas Express for Sale. Enclose check covertn lo per word tor reading notices, etc., when yon DROP your MESSAGE In the BOX. I Trade Mark: GOOD SERVICE Fort Worth, Texas, June 12. Ths Texas Social club was entertained June 8th by Mrs. Emma Johns at the homo of Mrs. J. E. Smith on hour was spent embroidering.- A short talk by each member along the line at compulsory : education was made. The president, Mrs. J. B. Smith care some helpful hints on house keeping Frosen pear salad with grated cheese and nuts was erred, also cake and punch. The next hostess will be Mrs. L J. Jack son, 604 11th avenue. Reporter, Mrs. T-imma, Johns. St. Janes Baptist Church. Under the general leaderslp of Rer. Winn, Deacons, Sisters and Brothers raised during their 35 days' rally 14,617.25. It has been offic...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

If TI2S DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. JUNE 14, 1819. FAGS TWELVE ' fllttllMlt LET mm Ai DRESS YOU UP FOR THE n 3g III it 1 f5 i ; It: Those S.tunning Tallor-Made and Hand-He-Down Suits, the very best for Men. The Millinery and Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Garments and Shoes at prices that mean a big saving to you. This is the Store where your friends trade. Come and see us, we will treat you right Elm and Poarl 8treets AM BTSTERMCH Elm and Pearl Streets M ... 4 MMHIMMIMII.Unmtttim tilt mi 7M T7 o 7 8 1 T2T VI ff If li l l u o H&R AS YOU GB 1810 ELM STREET Extraordinary Values Fair Treatment! And Our Liberal Ea All Plan Makes This The Dest Place To Trade 9 SILK DRESSES All k and wlfh georgette combinations, trimmed with embroidery, beading, plcotlne, etc, Ligkt uA dark shades at ' ' .. $13.50 We have letter qualities at . $15, $20, $25, $27.50, $30, $35, $40, $4Z50, $5a THE BOYS Like our clothes because they art to mart and neat looking, and the mothers because they wear so w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

TOE DALLAS EXPRESS. PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1919. PAGE THISTEEH i lj l V f 1 TT T a; i ? Y Y O PRICE a SALE "U" fl:3 "" jS? 1708 ELM STREET EXCLUSIVE LADIES STORE (ED I) r4i))ii)ery Presses Skirfci , 'V "A i;!' . 9 PRICE - "'il - !!!! a SALE- - , . , . i " " ' , . t SUifcs Shoes I $2.50 DALLAS UPSTAIRS SHOE SHOP 1302 Elm Street V H. H. ALLEN, Manager Opposite Time Herald In many cities throughout the land our chain store values excel And the basic purpose of these stores is to give the public better values than it can obtain elsewhere It's a time honored principle with this organization to sell the best for less -and that principle still holds good! Summertime Values $4.95 (1) Ladies' white relgnskln doth Oxfords, long ilender' vamps, covered IQ QC Louis heels..... $O.VO Same in whit kid ......... $5.95 ( 2 ) Ladles' white eleo cloth Pumpa, covered mili tary heela, l!ght (PO Eft flexible aolea.. ah I (1) Ladlns' White linen Oxfords, military heela, flex ible aolea, cap toe...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TKXA3. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1919. PICS m suss IS33 . TEXAS DKY COOPS CO, A SAVING STORB TEXAS DRY GOODS CO. . A SAVING STORE TEXAS DRY GOODS 00, A SAVING STORB n r i y ii ii Sale Began Wednesday June II Trimmed Hats LEGHQK3S, PATEST. W LANS Large soft Hat faced with crepe, small fancy hts 900 hat in thl lot Whit 'and all color. Worth to 9, choice H- TRAKSPA&Airr HATS-Fancy White Hats, handsomely trim med In flowers, feathers and ribbon. Worth to $14.50 Choice - $4.45 ITNTBISCBOlI) B SATES Olds and enus, email shape re card leu of former price, Choice -20 OS TABLE OP C3TEI33:K SHAPE White and colors. Worth $2.50, choice. 4234 WHITE BKLA5S White hemp white Hitlaa hemps, colored Ils erles and fancy straws. All new blocks, worth to 16.00, Choice . S1.79 CHILDREN'S HAT3-H; .daoine little ready to wear straws, mil this season's merchandise Worth 11.80, choice.,....! -De PEAHUT BRAIDS AND PA TEST HTLASS Bailors and pokes for the HtUe tola. Worth $3.00. .. j. C...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

(A THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 14. 1919. pagi nrrxxar fc.. ' ,: '..: F , ' '; V ' - ' V ' V 14 ' . i ' ' T am pleased to announce that' I have opened a Prophlatic Depart ment In connection with my office in which you can hare the statn and tartar removed from your teeth and your gums properly treated; receive Instructs noj as io me Kina or tootn Drusn ana moutb wash to use, when and how. Because we cannot maintain health without mastication, digestion, as similation, nutrition,, and without done by trained bands. Sincerely yours, M. C. COOPER, D. D. S., Room 100 on First Floor, Pythian Temple 3649 Elm Street CELEBRATION OF EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION. Fifty-four years ago, the Immortal Emancipation Proclamation was sign ' ed forcing more than four million of blacks from shackles of slavery since which- time Negroes of various states have celebrated the overthrow of this Inhuman practice. In other cities south of Mason and Dixie line celebrate January 1st The slav...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 June 1919

.Hs- . . - i-V-" TO3 DALLAS EKTRSSS. DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY. JUNE 14, 1919. lift l::!.mzi (Continued from page 13). 100 voices rendered, "Bom Walts (&forlU Peuache). followed by a prayer offered by Dr. C C Harper; "Every Time I Feel tie Spirit Mov ing." told the history of tthe stoory a people wbo had passed from the tad day to the brighter days of la MDlratlon and hope. The young peo ple, the descendant of slaves caught the meaning of those days when their parents prayed with the silent Ian' guaxe of the souls and whispered to God for freedom, tor liberty, for citizenship, for the chance to build a sanctuary where they might meet face to face with Him, wbo promised to hear even the ravens when they cry. Delacle Moore unrareled the riddle of the class History to the amusement of the audience, while - A. J. Williams showed the effect In an oration, "Perseverance." and cit ed many cases of success through Perseverance. Lawrence Wright sang "Little Boy of Mine with Good effect, Ce...

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