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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 August 1919

That vre enjoy the eenfiiicnoe Most Distinctive Weekly In ' "America -Circulation this Issue 17,320 Founded by W. B. Elng. TOL. 26, IfO. 44. Staff Correspondence. Sherman, Texas, Aug. 14. The 40th Annual Session of the District Grand Lodge and Household met at Sher man, August 4th, 1919. in Andrews Opera. House, and spent the evening In hearing an attractive program of the local people. Hon. B. L. Jones, "white delivered the principal welcome address; re sponse by Attorney J. F. Dawklns of Austin. The reports showed over $100,000 on hand and new members to the extent of 4.000. The following officers were elected: The Grand Lodge voted as a gift $500 to B. Y. Aycock, raised the salary of the Grand Master to $900.00 per annum, and placed the supply department In the hands of the Grand Secretary. The Grand Household. Prof. D. Ab ner, District Grand Most Noble Cov er presiding was called to order Aug. 5, 1919 and transacted Its routine of business, taking part in the elect Ion of the Se...

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. — 16 August 1919

-4k W . THU DALLAS Einc w irr tB4sitl. AMB ' ' - sarin TnnainnKt'i 4. T j h Rtu,w i-v.nr vuice. iJvl . m ouwi rbone I J53 lict;imd min- bro- .,,.,.. lyii 1 i pm'li 1 i1iiir 11 NEWS BOX at Bragg Comet Print- lug Co. I SOi Jones Street . . Tbe Dallas express ior.ci.ie. Enclose check covering lo per word f for reading notices, eic when 700 DHOP your MESSAGE In the BOX. I Trade Mark: GOOD SERVICE ers, 11.00, sisters owe. . Third: Call for certificate when you buy your ticket to the Associat ion, a rate will be granted on. the certificate plan, full fare to Green ville, and 1-3 fare back borne, pro viding we can get 250 certificate. Remember that your, badge will tost you $1. Board free. Let churches and pastor do their best to represent according to con stitutional requirement. Remember that a part of all we have belong to the Master. We want delegate and pastors to attend the Association this year who will remain through Sunday. The time has come when our Association must not cIobo on ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 August 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, BATHED AT, AUG. 16, 1919. page ii'":-; 3i 1I0I1.L M. MiTCIIElL PASSES Jl USEFUL KAN WHOSE LIICE WAS CONSECRATED TO GOD " AND HUMANITI. . , .Honored and Respected by Both White and Black, Who Tnra out Enna&ije to Fay Their Last Tribute of Besject. t , . Austin, Texas. Aug. 14. Funeral services for Bon. I M. -Mitchell, who died Tuesday, Aug. 6th at Seaton Infirmary following the amputation of a leg, were .held from Wesley Chapel M. E. church, Friday, Aug. 8, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon under .auspices of the Knights of Pythias. JIa was also: a financial member of the Masons, Odd Fellows, Pilgrims .and Friends in Need Society, r The funeral was the most imposing and largely attended of any in the lilstory of the city. The funeral was directed by both of -the Colored undertakers, Wm. M. Tears and Rhambo and Woodard. The family ceremony was held at the home at 8:30 o'clock after which 4he gallant Knights and citizens marched to the church where th...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 August 1919

cac:: rouii THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. lEXAS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1919. TZZ ZMUkH ZXPEE& KTONU NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. fubllshd every Huturda morning (a tn year at IC'ifl bwtM Avanue l.y rr?.B I)1LLA HITr-H-"" PUBLISHING COMPANY. Oncrpuraiol) Dalit. Texaa. Kr-m York MtDee, Kroat Froal ,m N. 2tUh Mrret. fWf ouirc. Froat A Froat, Boy 6 Kml.linir nm tme. Front Froat, Can V.r IniilihoK. - fcaafcvlllr me-. Front ft Froat. In dsndnt l.lfe HulMinif. W. M. IOMU, Kdltor h. jonnAN. Nm. Entered at Poat Office at Dallaa. turn., a a-cond-,,-laa matter, under A. t ot Conxrem. March, 187i. ISH'OIlTAflT. N aubKcrlptlona mailed tor a leaa ptirlui tlian three muntha. Payment r aame aiuat oe do centa. taHKCHIlTIONS IM AJDTA-KCHL One Tear ILH SU Month l Ibree Mentha A Clogle Copy 01 AOTICB TO TUB fCMLIC Any i erroooua refloctlon upon the character, standing or reputation of mat porsun, Drm or corporation wmon ia appear In the columna of The ial!aa Kxpreaa will be cladly cor rected upon It beloa:...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 August 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1919. PAGE FIVK S O M E T O W NS . LN T E X A S WE GO VER THE ST A TE LIKE A BLA XKET PROFESSIONALS. i If 4 1 H V, -$ 4 3 "3 v .IS: SOUS LAKE, . Souf Lake, Texas, Aug. 14. Sun day school was well attended Sunday with several distinguished visitors present Rev. C. C. Reed were on duty at Mt. Rose Sunday preached at 11 a. m. and 3 p. in. The Royal Sons and Daughters of Charity of America held their annual sermon Sunday, Rev. C L. Lee preached an able sermon, after which the president and other able men made good lectures, $94.85 was col lected. , Mrs. Ella Bouldlng returned last week from an extended visit to Hous ton, Hempstead and Galveston, where she had been on a Missionary tour. Miss Mamie Baldwin of Liberty Is the guest of her sister, Miss Jes sie Baldwin. Miss Ada Gary of Port . Arthur were the guest of Mrs. H. D. Lane,' Sunday. - Mrs. Dorah Simmons and Mrs. Car rie Darts left Saturday for Houston. Mr. Skeet who has been- ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 August 1919

TUB DALLAS EXPBES3, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATUBDAT, AUG. IS, f- rv K c;c.7T v.cr.x tight Easiness Man' Pla.nt Evening Nothing t Alt LIK What He -Planned It Should Be, ' "0sti," exrUilmtd the buNliietui nmn "I lnul tie fjlunppolnlinpnt of my lift last night. Even till sunny morning cflti't hike nwnjr tl.e atlng. For the final month I don't Iwlleve I hnve one nH'p, quiet. ifHoeful night fit hoin o evening- of perfect relsiutiou. It -!ii( longor tliiin tliut. "Yesterday morning. with the (hfilit that lit the end of the finy t won Ul he free, my l r- to Ihj; olllce vim more ntr,nBy "' immil. Not a iniNlin-.s nor swlitl engnRemctil did I linve. ' If anybody had attempted to tnrt anything lu either line I would liave mid, 'Nothing doing. I em go ing to he busy, and I would bave fliiiKhed the sentence to tayslf with 'at home. ' -I full like a lark all dity. "Nolhtng o do tonight, I kept repenting t my self, 'nothing at i.ll; absolute free dom, t will catch up on the niiigazlne thxt hnve been accu...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 August 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUG. 16, 1911. PACE S'SYKN ,-1 nn nn dh t- "j n n fir In U IIVU UTI ; -A. 4 1 1 I I Vt 2( O U u ml ?! n 1) .it -k 4 i I p'f ii ; 'it I ? ? 1 4 SATURDAY Special "THE Return ooo OF ooo Ear Snvwoja vt Tkianwm Pj .,.-r 11ENT EcDKB SILENT WITH M? ITU Shoving RIDER" Matinee Saturday, 2. D. m. ' "THE 8ILE5T RIDER" The Mammoth Theatre Offers Roy Stewart as a Texas Ramger for one Day. It is a common saying along the border "that one Texas Ranger can handle ten opponepts." The Texas rangers are conceded to be the finest body of mounted men in the world. Roy Stewart portrays a member cf this organization who is called upon to clean out a nest of cattle rustlers. He lives up to the traditions of that steel-nerved, fearless and resourceful organization, and his exploits In this picture are of a thriHiftg and gripping nature. ..-'. . Pretty Ethel Fleming: Is Mr. Stewart's leading lady. ' Others In the cast are L. D. McKee and Leo Willis. J Sunday. Aug. ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 August 1919

TJi;3 DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. AUGUST 16, 1919. DULL off immr lqoil iwpeninq (ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT) J ALBA AtflTW, CITY EDITOR I t .'..djr, - Mr., and Mrs. James. Crant and a aW.er, Mias Annie Grant, a 'Blngcr f t no mean ability all of Austin. Texas,, were r bent . attentling .the. t 'lautalitnia. Miss Grant ftinili'tieC the focal music for Hie affair,.. : j Mm. W. Mae Kennedy, 2814 Thrvmaf left lait Satnrday afternoon for l'n .- City and Omaha. ie'u Mrs. iwn fcedy ts likely to bo Bono lv moniiis, 'Xllm Mary Etta Gordon, City DIs- riii Nurse jbas beoi vt : y nk.k i.1 t.oi t ;,no, 8303 Thomas eve if- w to Hit; i "rot of her many t,:U i. . 5 f !.ra. T, J. Hownid i l L;u. hinattl C'Jlo,, who baa for tii'vi'ial weeks I -en v'sftfng her elfjci. Mi. M. A. l'wtrne and broH-r, jr;. J, X "t bi tUfs city loavea tthiy -for a t ;.-..t to or old home at fculpnur, jirlr.;:s. 'evaa, , I :;.', Mrs. Joe Williams , fcTt, )t!uni!y A-isnt 3rd to vlult her old home at Atlant...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 August 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAYAUGUST 16, 1919. PAGE sin n u 1 1 it 11 h ! iS H r .1 P i j r i L SOME WE BISK. . Rusk. Texas. Auk. 14. Mm. Geor gia Jennings of Carthage Is visit-: Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Israel , Kennedy. ' I Private James Muse has arrived from' France after a stay of nine months with the 815th Pioneer Inf. He was In a section of the Argonne Forest when the armistice was sign ed. ' . . Mr. and Mrs. Will Henderson, after plearnt stay among relatives and friends have returned to their home In Dallas. They Were accompanied by Mrs. Ewing Hicks as far as Ath ens. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Henderson returned from a trip to Athens, Mon day. They report a pleasant visit among their friends. Mrs. Ewing Hicks returned from "Athens, last Wednesday. Rev. J. S. Parks left Saturday morning for Jacksonville, where he will run a week's revival. Rev. H. Y. Martin closed his re vival at Spring Hill Baptist church Friday night Rev. M. Hollis will begin his re vival at Eve...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 August 1919

r A! TO THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 16, 1919. 50.1E TOWNS IN TEXAS WE COVER THE 8TATE LIKE A BLANKET .""3.,r.. .ttlLIGKI). Mil ford, Texas, An?. 14. Social: T.Ir. T. J. Joiinsoa of Waco, vlnlted Jli8H0 Graham and Dan'.ela. Mr. Cook of W'axHhachln vlsltfld Wr. Min lifo Coojtor. Mr. J. G. Burnett and Lit! la sons. Panford and John L. went to Rice to vlHlt tlie larter'8 M'otlmr. Mis. Hoi mi Johnson went to Mortens, to visit her ulster, Mrs, Pvoli l!utk!n;li.im. Mr. Pandul Carter and Mrs. Luke liatlo went to Fort Worth. Mrs. Alva Hatch of Terrell, who has been Wsitlnsr her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Walker, returned home Saturday. Mr. J. II. Warren went to DallaB. Mrs. MapKle Hodges of Fort Worth, Is with her ulster, Mis. Eva Hort Itev. Harris went to Waxahachle to take his wife and sonp, Jerome and William, who are KOlter to Street man to visit the former' parent. Educational and Rt'Hgtous. We want, we need and we are entitled to a nine months public free schoo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 August 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1919. PICS EIXTI i 1 it SOME TOWNS IN TEXAS WE COYEB THE S'JATE LIKE A BLANKET CLABKSTILLE, Kldd and yerg Eating Place. Clarksvllle, Texas, Aug. 14 Kldd A Dyer will open a first-class eating House In Munchus building, Aug. 20th. Will servle punch free to all from 5 to 6 o'clock; will serve din ner for 60 cents. We have had years of experience In pleasing the people. It Is a pleasure to me to give every one our best service. Don't forget the place and date. See our beau tiful place. We keep everything In season. We will be glad to have your pntronage. ELLIS KIDD & WILLIAM DYER. MARLI5. Marlin, Texas, Aug. 14. Mrs. N. T. Gerald gave a party to a few of her friends on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Beatrice McOee of Penslcola, Fla., spent Saturday in Waco. Rev. B. T. Reece, P. E. leaves Tuesday for Mon ford, Texas, to hold his Sunday school convention in the Bryan District Robert-Simon Nuptials. On Thursday, Mrs. I. V. Simons gave in...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 August 1919

,,:;.5.v!'t-;-)!;,,!i))ih..'' VAiXi TV, I. UK THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 16, 1919. if M ROMT?. TOWNS TN TRTAS Li y fi "Lv" h WE COVER THt STATE LIKE A BLANKET U . LUjMJS. l.-ifliln, Texas. Aug. 14. Rev, W. T. l'.oldim of llouaton preached three uVjIo sormons at Goodwill IlaptlBt church, Sunday. Key. S. J. Itfxon preached at the First Baptist Sunday inorning and - night. lie. W. T. Reagor filled his regu lar, appointment at the C, M. E. church with two additions to the church. A moonlight picnic was given on tha lawn of Mr, Joe Woodson by the I re u.lcnt of B. Y. P. U. Mr.-Will i tailis for the pleasure of the young people. Mr. Jas. Utley and Mrs. 8. Sweger ty have returned from Grand Lodge lit Sherman. ' Mrs. Olia Overgtreet took serious ly ill laRt Monday night and died Tuesday nlKht her funorsi was held f t C. M. K, church Tbumdny and was laid to rest in Btraijera Rt Cemotery. Rey. W. T. Ucagor, offi ciated. She leaves a. husband, two pons three sisters, 6...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 August 1919

lb F?v 'il- n mem k-3 Fi. rounded by W. E. Kins. TAe Republican Parly Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea " Fred Douglas. 11.60 Per Annum TOL. 20, IfO. 45. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATUKDAY, AUG 23, 191. PRICE FITE CEJCTS. laZ i L a, 1 . h-7 n rq fr J 7r - VfcO I 2 1 it FORMER EMPLOYEE FIRES THE DEALIIIG SHOT. THE COLONEL LEAVES A BROTHER AS THE ONLY NEAR RELATIVE Colonel W. E. King, - editor and founder of The Dallas Express, the largest race publication in the south west, was shot and killed Wednes day afternoon about, 3:00 o'clock at 28H "Flora street Mr. King lived only a few minutes after hd was shot He . was shot in the upper right chest Miss Hattie C. Burleson, former personal secretary and boarding mis tress of Mr. King voluntarily sur rendered immediately after the shoot ing and an affidavit - charging her with murder was filed in Justice Harnett's court Born In Mississippi. Mr. King was the son of Richard and Marguerite King. He was born in Macon, Miss., In 1866. He...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 August 1919

TV, O THE PALLAS EXTKESS DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, ACQ 23, Wl. FORT WORTH KW8 f f ' : J Office. 1301 E. flih Street J : oons ij. zoos 4' NEWS COX at Bragg Comet Print- lug Co. , 805 Jones Street T The Dallas Kxpresa for Sale. t Enclose check covering lc per word J for reading notices, eic when you ' t DUOP your MES8AGH la Uie BOX Trade Mark: GOOD SERVICE ' school convention,- The play ground promoted by the Men's club of morn ing Chapel Is drawing large crowds of young people each evening. The pastor being confined to his room. Dr. A. L. Dotson preached two power ful sermons. The great Epworth League rally cloned out Sunday. The Leaguers rolled up $1,034. . The delegates, Mr. M. D. Franklin and Miss Bruce Jones leave Tuesday for the convention at Weathcrford. You are always wel come to our service. ' - Emory C. Smith, Sr., Reporter. Fort Worth, Texas, Aug. 21. Mr. and Mm. C. Brewer of Corslcana, aro light house keeping with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Curry of 1200 E. lid wards (street. lira....

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 August 1919

THE DATXA8 FXTRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUG gl, 1919. QUEEN CITY. , Primitive Baptist Church, Rev.-S. M. Brut our pastdr ran a revival for ten nights to help re view the church had with him Rev. W. A. Clark of Austin to preach In the services. Rev. Clark came before the audience Sunday night and delivered his first sermon, sec ond Act 4-12, subject "There Is Sal vation In Naught Save Jesus." Monday night, service selection Rev. 2-17, subject "A New Name." Tues day night service, text Exodus 12-13, theme "Tl;e Blood Sign Our Name." Wednesday night, text John 6-64, theme, "Eating Flesh and Drinking Blood." Thursday night, selection Luke 22-29 theme, "An Appointed "Kingdom." From the above subjects Rev. Clark ' preached ' many power ful sermons and, did much good and verybody enjoyed his stay. He re ceived many comments during his atay. We raised $45.00. We had a grand service Sunday. Baptism Sun evening. Rev. Clark is a coming young men and Is the vice moderator of Southwest P. B...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 August 1919

TIII3 DALLAS EXmrSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1319. nTjo,MAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. ihfl every Saturday mornlns Id lt year t JGt-o twin Avenue, by XJJ IMLI.A8 K.xrl PCBLISHIJT9 lOt .S '. ( I (iron 4 )t ulti) lailn. Texas. Ww YrU HII-r. r-t Frol St N !ith ftrcet. 't,i-sit mrv Frot & Front, Boy- CO iillUIIO. ttinnm inw, front A Kremt, Can- !r luHlll:. iiiltir ("i-, Krf.Jt & Froet In SuiO'ii nt l,h Ituililinm. C V7 K. KlSii. lid I tor J. H. JOHI1AX. Manetcr. " i-.riu-i-i-.l el Pout OIHcn at Dallaa. Ti. npi-find-.-lann matlpr, under art of JoH(irii. March, 17. IMI'OKTAIVT. . . ....... . 1 .l t,,- aB ocrlo.1 tlmn tliree month Payment fr Rime must be 60 ceuta, HMI'.t HIITIONK I.H AUVAlUCH. One Tear ...$1.60 Six Months It Tl:re Jv'ont.ht .60 Copy .06 NOTICIC TO TUB PUBLIC Aay arronooua reflection upon tbe ebaracter. Handing- or reputation of any iiermn. III in or corporation wntoo .T appear In th column of The '.-ilaa KirpreM will be gladly oor rtctsd upun lm btiinir b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 August 1919

TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919. M-4-- i '! 4 S OME TO W NS IN TEX A S WE CO VER TflE STATE LIKE A BLANKET' PROFESSIONALS. LAWTON. Lawton, Okla.,. Aug. 21. Mr. W. M. Montgomery, General Manager of Cole Distribution New Era Supply Co., was here canvassing In our city. Mrs. Mildred Gray made a flying trip to Chlckasha, Okla., to visit friends. the Bethlehem church preached his farewell sermon Sunday night We regret to see hlra leave, wish him much success in his new- field. Rev. Crln MoLeo preached at the Bethlohem church Sunday evening. Mrs. Lula Moore, who has been very sick is improving. J. A. Snow ton, member of Beth lehem Baptist church and Woodmen Camp No. 22, and Masonic Lodge died August 14, 1919, the funeral was conducted by the Woodmen. Many resolutions were read by friends and members of the church and lodge. 'A solo was sung by Mrs.- Strawther. Pastors -of different churches made remarks. Rev. Owens of Oklahoma City, officiating,, all the rela...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 August 1919

- t .- - y . -A. '. ? I 4 v f vvv AAA vvv vvt vvv v Vv fit fit VVV V t v t V $ V i?i i?i J V t tit V t V iYi t V t ?M VvY v t 2 VV I X t V AAV ii? 4 V Wv tVv VVv tti VVv VVv ti ? J V ft :- vv t J J V vv . V 1 Vv VVA vv !!: x .t V; J J I vvv VVV . . 'f VVV f AAA . t4f AAA VVV A .. if fff vvv vvv Tr.M' ';:'! M'-i i " r I'.i'M' 1. it TilE DALLAS IXTEESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SAT LHP AY, ACQ S3, 1918. iV :T(): AT IN HAR-R IS m:ih i nn nn 7 . UUni '3 TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26T(i AND 27TH FF D W ITHS GR Supreme TriumphThe Sweetest Love Story Ever Told 66 7 A With all your favorite player DOROTHY GISH -LILLIAN. GISH, ROBERT HARRON, GEORGE SEIGMANN, ADOLPHE LESTINA, ROBERT ANDERSON. ii tm Wmm - 4 D. W. GRIFFITH ADULTS - - 25c CHILDREN - - 15c ICC EIGHTEEN MONTHS IN THE MAKING! This is the same play that showed in the Hippodrome Theatre, Eallas at two dollars a seat, i Yo can see it now for two bits. First time in the world at that price. Masterful - Whimsical - Tender - Magnificent - Wondr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 August 1919

THB PALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUG 23, 1919. PAGE SEVETI tip rv nnRn rrT3 n n nrF113 a trn113 ffl Mffii OT Kl u HE A w i mm COMING Saturday; August 23rd Special Attraction Featuring Frank Keerian The Meanest Man in Pictures in "GATES OF BRASS" Matinee Saturday at 2:C0 P. M. THE SECOND "KEENAN SPECIAL." ' For the second 'of bis Independent productions, Mr. Frank Keenan selected a powerful story by Mrs. Kate Corbaley bearing a picturesque and symbolio title "Gates of Brass." As a forword the author flashes up on the screen this caption "Some there be that sit in darkness, their hearts bound In iron and their, souls In prison behind gates of brass!" . The foreword explains the thesis of he drama a drama which gives this powerful character-actor many splendid opportunities. It will be played at the MAJLMOTH THEATREon August 23rd. Sunday, August 24th Spxcial Western Attraction FEATURING- WILLIAM RUSSELL . IN This Hero Stuff The Best"Ke Ever Made fy; . . . .: ; '"DW,"f .v :r...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 August 1919

f THE DALLAS EXPKESDALLAgTEXAS, SATURDAY AUGUST 23, 1919. "DfJ .'MUi Ml lllwJ i ! 1 . -F Wrt (ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT) J. ALBA AUFTIN, CITY EDITOR i, f i Mrs. Dr. R. T. W: Wains and little ajtutihtor, Rachel after having spent five weeks vlHltlrp relatives and Iricnda at raleslinoi over at Cuney, an exclusive Negro town enroute homo and returned home last Fri day to the delight of her lonesome biiHliand. "Oh how I miss" the chil dren, M an expression no longer chorlahed by the doctor. . Miss Huloa Denson, an accomplish ed j-oiuig woman of Corsicana la In h9 city visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Jondun, 3312 Mungcr avenue. Miss Denuon will take up the study of Muio at Howard University this fall. Mrs. Charlotte Johnson. 2512 Coch ran street. Is In Grot-shock, visiting her children and her old friends. Mrs. 3. A. Bryant who has been Visiting Mrs. H. C. Carter the paRt ton days left Saturday morning for ber home In Calvert Mlsa Ko&etta Jackson went to Eagle Kurd last week to ...

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