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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 August 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919. PACE KEVE Bishop College Marshall Texas Session of 1919 20 IUahop College will open on Tuesday, September 23, 1010, and will continue for a session of thirty-four weeks, ending May 10, 1920. Thfl Course of study is up to ditto fend In Hue with the best modern practice in the educational field. Bishop College Is not operated as a money-making Institution. The fees paid in by the students go to provide for the living ex penses of the students. The instruction is practically free. This is made possible by the large contributions from the American Baptist Home Mission Society chiefly, and the Slater Board, which cover almost completely the teachers' salary pay roll, as well as the re pairs, upkeep and furnishing of the Institution. At the suggestion of the Home Mission Society all its schools are requested to charge each student a fee of $3.00 to be placed in a permanent endowment fund for the school. This new fee will be col...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 August 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. PALLAS, TEXAS, satukuai, auuust U, jO.IE TOWNS IN TEXAS WE COVER THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET 1 I ti.M.Y. Coney, Texas, Aug. 21. Several a;:on3 ere taiKily eugaged hauling Morn a and wood to Cuney, the blocks to ho shipiied and luo wood to tho l',at!.' pin. Andy fierce, E. G. Hill, John Wil son, Jim Sliced mid Nowton Uwclls have boon appointed oveinecre over roads lending out from Ciuey. Tho slate highway known as the llDhby Highway which will extend from Dallas to Be.Jmout wil past tonifht through Cimey. Work Is in progress on this highway about four miles from Cuney. Dr. M. C. Caldwell pasRed through here eu route to I'onta, Ho 1 deputy Fiund :ientnr of Knl' lits and Daugh ters of Tatr. The inwlneas fhool bcinir taught here by Prof. V. T. Tiibl.B of Dallas will cIobo Friday. Trot. S. Smith was a vtuitor at the 1'riee home last week. Kev. V. Bollver Davis of Falcstlne and Mrs. Annie W'llliaroon and daughter of Dallas are visiting In Cuney. Our people were ahout equa...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 August 1919

A THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919. fag 2 inra SOME TOWNS IN TEXAS WE COYEE TILE STATE LIKE A BLANKET. ' OTTO. Otto, Texas, Aug. 21. There were no service at Jerusalem until even ing, a large crowd Attended the as sociation at Marlln, this week. Mrs. Darcus Howard Is visiting her son. Mr. B. H. Howard of Otto. Rev. P. O. Mayes came is from Brenham, Texas, where he attended the Sunday school convention. Little Thelmer Smith Is staying with her father, a few days In Marlln. Mr. Henry Ray and Mr. Bacey were In Waco this week on business. Aunt Georgia Hooks is still on the sick list and also Miss Mamie Evans is sick. DENTON. Denton, Texas, Aug. 21. Rev. J. TV. Henderson, who has been 111 during the past week was able to be present during the services of his quarterly conference. His loyal membership saw to It that the conference main tained It previous successful record. Rev. Johnson, the P. E. delivered his usual .timely and beneficial ser mons. Rev. W. P. C...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 August 1919

i " i : . ' . . ; vagk twelve THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919. r4-.T-V-T--r-r-r--r- LP REGULAR IMUXOFS IN THOUGHTFUL KK 1IS( I.NCK OJT WAIt-TIMK AND IKO-WAlt 'IIMK 401'KNAI.JS.H MAKKS SOU K WHITE- AND ItLACK M GtiKSTIONH KX 1 ItriSlhliST 'I All FINDS HIS 'lN(iI K AM) DF.MVKKS Mf M II I UKAHOLTS Til K BUSKNESS l l'WI H AT CIMKV. SKIT. 1 AMU U DOVT LAUUH. Staff Correspondence, Dallas, Texas, Aug. 19, 1919. HejuiulHceiioe. men of both races who seek a right eous settlement, .will grow more proficient In handling them. We will certainly water them for good, and will cherlHh little hope of evetr seeing the lion and the lamb lying dowu together.it Is altogether within the scope of human reason, that we shall at least approach the place where white men and black men, win alike learn to resnect the law and abide its protection. Ex- President Taft tiuds Ills Tongue AS a matter of literature, nnmlnir a it does fmm ntl f tha l.l.r mi. Yesterday, I took a day off an...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 August 1919

J EOTEIfl - yf j .rn Founded by ,W. E. King. "VOL. 2C, 0. 40. RACE FEELIUG APPOINTS TRIBUNAL TO GET FACTS ANO POINT OUT WAY FOR SOLUTION ' . Chicago, 111., August. Declaring he had "used the utmost care in appoint ing the committee. to undertake this .great work." Governor Lowden yes terday, thru Dr. Francis W. Shepard son, director of the Illinois depart ment of registration and education, an nounced the membership of his com mission for the investigation of re lationship between white and Negroes in Chicago. Attorney Edgar A. Ban croft heads the commission which in cludes members of both races. Its per sonnel is as follows: Julius Rosen wald, president of Sears-Roebuck & Co., Victor F. Lawson, publisher of the Chicago paily News, Edward Osgood Brown, attorney and president of the Chicago branch of the National Asso ciation for the Advancement of Color ed People, Harry Eugene Kelly, at torney Wml Scott Bon, real estate dealer, Dr. Cleveland Hall,- an official of the Urban leagu...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 August 1919

TUB DALLAS KXTXtESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, AUGUST tO, 101 FOHT VOBTH JTEWS J. H. 8WAN30N Eeponer J Office. 3301 E. flth Street Phone 1. ZG2S NEWS BOX at Bragg Comet Print-f Jug Co. 90S Jonas Street The Dallas Express for Sale. Enclose check covering le per word f for resting notices, eie, when yon I trop rwr message in the box.? Trad Mark: GOOD PZRVICE Basset; and Prof. Brewer, business is going to be great In Allen Chapel, every Monday night. Mrs. D. A. Oliver, Prof. T. H. Love ana Mrs. T. H. Love vsre distinguished visi tors In the service. Next Sunday will be another great day, ea.-u members Is requested to give 1.00 for educa tion. Our district Sunday school con vention comes in our city to our great delight The nuptials of Mr. Henry Mose- ley and Miss Vlrgle Hamilton was most beautiful under the manage ment of Mrs. Willie B. Slovall, Aug. 14, 1919, will long be remembered In Fort Worth, for the elite of the city's high society. Rev. R. 8. Jen ings officiated and the ceremony was well ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 August 1919

TITE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, AUGUST M. 1919 PACE TV.? 7, ft t J tm ?! .5 iLnri Lmmi -rt ,VJL Cum. 1 - MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH, DALLAS, TEXAS., APPARENT THESE PEOPLE DI. BECTED THE LU CHAUTAUQUA INTO CHANNELS BRINGING PEACE INSTEAD OF DISCOBD TO UNEASY DALLAS. This ia a fine example of public spirited citizenship. Under the lead ership of Dr. E. Arlington Wilson. This church seems to be headed In the right direction. For many years Dr. Wilson has made it a practice to hold a Chautauqua , during the , summer months for the' intellectual religious advancement of his flock. In fact. Dr. Wilson inaugurated the Chautauqua idea among the Colored people when he pastored a charge in Kansas City. We venture the as sertion that he never turned a Chau tauqua to better account Then the service given Dallas by this one. It is inspiring to white and black, alike in this community. To look into the earnest activities of the per sons carrying on this event They represent an degrees oi poaiuo...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 August 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, .TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919. at;:: rou DALLAS IXTJTCSS MtMt.tR NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. XniMiehed every Pett -Jay morning Ijh trie ye-ur at I6'i Avenue, by raa Dallas etfhk wjBLisHiira lOHl'AHV. (Incorporated) Kfw vork OHice, JTrost Frost t M-o outce. Frost Frost, Boy- Attmia (iiiihi, Frost Frost Cn tl..,. ItxilHInir. Kanhvllle )Pf, Frort it Frost, la- i3ependnt Lite liulldlnir. t. K. iOHUAX, HUI ivr.H pit ftlUci at Dallas, Texas, as secona-i-laes mal'er, undr Act of Contrress. Marco, 1MPOHTAXT. No subscriptions mailed lot a less Berto than three months. Payment (or unit uimt ba GO cent. SUBSCRUTIOHS IM ADVAMCB. One Yenr $ Hiz Months JJ 9 4re Months. ............. r'2 fcinKle Copy . "I ROTICB TO TUB PVIIL1G. Inf errnneoiia reflection uton the Character, standing or reputation of any person, Drra or corporation wniu ur ajpar In the columns of Tha Dallas Uxureas will be Kladly or rected up. in Its belny brought to the attention of tha publish...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 August 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919. PAGE FIVE night and listened to a very exeei- i i n. r . .tf nw. HEARNE. Aueust 28. -Mrs. Uzzle Kinney left Tuesday for Wichi ta Falls, to visit relatives. , Mrs. Nathan Forward of Sutton 1 1 j ti aftflp Ions' illness. Mr. John Major fell dead at his. home, Friday evening. He was well and hearty. He leaves two children to mourn his demise. Mr. Lee Wallace of Calvert, ac companied Miss B. Watson as far afl Hearne, while In the c ty. He was the guest of Prof. Taylor and family Mrs. Hollen Parker, Delia Lane and daughter, Ethel have returned frMxs.UNettie Watkfns Mrs. T. A. Taylor's cousin) stopped over between trains, while on her way from Mexia, to her home in El Paso, Texas. Rev - Lee Jones preached the Be nevolent Society, sermon Sunday at St. Emanuel. Miss Tena Hawkins, visited her Bister. Mrs. Ella Mljes. Sick list: Mrs. L. A. Winston, I. N. Taylor, S. Stewart and Palmer. Mr. Aaron Benton, has returned from the army on...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 August 1919

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 August 1919

PACE REVEH THE DALLAS EXPBESS. PALLAS. TEXAS, AUGUST 80, 1M W " KM " "(0 TF" HI ' TH1 EE ATlni S v if 1 PI W,. ffli : j I J mm r x it ) mm m mm IP III I I Saturday August 30th SPECIAL BETTBJf ENGAGEMENTS OF R0Y STEWART IS ' "The LaWs OUtlai"?' His greatest Western Thriller, a wonderful Western story of the Catte Country MATINEE SATURDAY 2 PM. ill k " & - til Sunday August 31, Special Western Attraction "HARRY CAREY" FEATURED IN Ace of the Saddle" This is the best WESTERN TOPLAY Harry ever made. PH0- A BANG UP SUNDAY PICTURE Jam full of shooting and 'pep' WE OPEN SUNDAY 1:00 pV m. - Love plays some queer pranks. , One of the strangest of its capers was taking away the six-shooter of Cheyen ne Harry Henderson right at' the time he needed it most of anything in the world. How a gunless man defeated every attempt on his life and property until desperation caused him to "bust loose from peace" Is shown In "The Ace of the Saddle," Harry Carey's latest Universal western picture, which ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 August 1919

r .c:: i:k;ht TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919. (ALL If you have anything to sell folks, drop -a lino or two in The Dallas Express and .watched results. Dis poses of your stock selling In double quick time. Jii(i,L'o Amnion 8. Wells and I'rof. J. V. Porter left last Wedu sduy for San Antonio, to attend tho state meutfng of t'-ia National Association lor tho Advancement of Colored Feo l!e, which convened there last week. 'J'hey wero delegates from the local ' branch here. Mia. H. 13. Thomas, 3406 Greenwood Stale AliBHionarjr of the National llapttat Convention will leave Sept Sid for Kansas City and St. Louis s-rul will conclude the Journey at Norfolk, Va., where the National Bap tint Convention will be held from September . KUh to lf.tu Inclusive. Mrs. Amanda Kagland loft Aug. 8th for Detroit, Mich., to visit Mr, and Mrs. Roscoc. She will return to Chicago to Join her husband. W. A. Klcketta, K23 HelPn St., and C. N. George of Fort Worth were In Dallas, ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 August 1919

PAGE IQ! FREE! FREE!! FRE E I i f TEXAS COLLEGES Jmat M4 as yar addiwM aat w will sa4 yea by mall FRXB mm large aaa seautlful Catalogaa show IM all the latest styles of Creoto Hair Goods, Hair Nets, Raw Hair, Qsetrio Combs and Hair Work art feels, ete. Oar Hair goods hare the reputation for being the best aa we are the largest mall araef , tLJ art -jL-:2Zt v r Bishop College Marshall, Texas Session of 1919 20 TEXAS COLLEGE ' TYLER. TEXAS Offers exceptional training In College, Normal Sohool and In dustrial work. An Ideal home for boys and girls. Students com ing from eight states. Graduates are successful. Rates reasonable. Information and Catalog write W. R BANKS, President r - Creels Hair Oaoss Hoaaa ta 0iU4 Itatea. S4W WILLER, HUVIAN H4IJ GOODS CO. Box 298 Shrevcport, Lt. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919. if ;'- ' '-: p.- 1 , ( : : '' ( I v, j 0 ' . J:a4r 4 nngf 4 Is p. Bishop College will open on Tuesday, September 23, 1919, and idll continue for a se...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 August 1919

TITS DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919. XUTiOXAL RACE CONGRESS ii:aiy roa actios. :'; frrf-rc OHon" falVd for Octob er Jtli to i It of (be S'ri' Alili (mm'hIuts of Tiuve ConU Kent l.j;ct.4 U he 1' resent Kmeryeiwy 1K:!'-hmo Fund Growing. fpocial to Tho Cxpr8. Washington, D. C, August 28. 1919. Tbo ollicial call for the fourth an nual session of tlie National Race rongremi of America, to be held In this city, October 7t.h, ha been In sued by tho President, Rev. W. H. Jernafiiu. and la being widely cir culated throimh tbo press of the country. This .ConKroaa is to be tho "Suffrage SosHlon," and tho clans frota every section cf the luud aro gettiugr ready to Rather et Uie natlcm's capital to emphasize ihn iinnortanee of the ballot as a solvent for many of the ills that be set America' 12.000.000 Negro citi zen. The call states the cane with clearness and force and Dr. Jatuatrln and his co-workers aro urging" that large delegations be sent here rrom the various se...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 August 1919

PACE r.ICTMT ' W f!OVF.R THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET. TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919. f 1 DESTOJT. Denton, Texas, Aug. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phillips are guests of Mrs. McClennan. Miss Hallie Walton of Sherman Is visiting Miss Nona Mae Burr. Miss Mattie Bennett of Denison visited her sister, Mrs. Win. Parks. Mrs. Ella Lawson and Miss Muriel Neal are visiting relatives at Long view. Mr. Geo. Hodge visited his mother at Linden. Mrs. Bertha Cochran and son, James visited, in Fort Worth last The pastor, Rev. W. P. Crockett and membership are planning a big drive for a building fund for St. James A. M. B. church. Rev. Henderson of C. M. E. church reports a most excellent . session of the Sunday school convention which convened at Gibson Mtvtiorlal church Fort Worth. Those who attended were Madams Edmlra Hodge, H. C. Smith, . Lulu Johnson, Adel Wilson, F. D. Moore and children; Misses Gladys Smith and Ella Duke and Mr. Robt. Smith, Messrs. Tom Moore and Frank Ro...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 August 1919

T'lfl'LVK NBGRO HIGH SCHOOLS OF DAL- LAS, TEX . TAKES HIGH RANKS MSK rJUX'U'AI.S HATE 8T00D AT THE HM AD OY THIS NOT-AKM'.SCHOOl- VllOV. fLABEM'K F. CARB, A SCHOOL 3IAN OF ABILITY IS TUG SEW nil.MI I'AL TO tlTlJK HKB DESTINY. (ior. Hobby mid Supt Miss Blanton ar Leading in Tex. . Louisiana Wants BOr Colored Teachers with lJeUrr I'aj. Br N. W. Ilaxlloo. The Dallas Colored High School has hud nine principals, including tlie prciwnt principal. Principal C. F. Carr, late of 1'aloHtine. The first was l'rof. J. W. Hay, the pioneer teacher and principal. He was suc cwKlyd by Pro. Manxilla, a man con sidered for his deep scholarship. Mr. Manzllla resided hla poRltion for the study of the law, whereupon. Prof. 11 S. Thompson succeeded to the prlncipalfihip to make the school one of merit and raised its grade from the eleventh to the 12th grade as It was then known, now known as the third year to the fourth. N. W. llarlloe succeeded Principal Thompson. Principal llarllee organ ized the school...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 September 1919

MOST PISTIJiCTIYE WEEKLY IN AMERICA. Founded by W. E. Mng. VOL. 2C, NO. 47. CHICAGO'S SPECIAL GRAND JURY POLICE DEPARTMENT IN FOR A SHAKEUP Lack of Proper Living Conditions Given as Cause for Hostilities. Advocate Elimination of Politics From Police Department (By Associated Negro Press.) j Chicago, 111., Sept. 4. With cen- sure for the part politics plays in the police department and the indictment of five white men, one of them a po liceman, the special grand jury on the recent race riots reported on its work late this afternoon. Two of the men indicted Frank Eiga and Joseph Carka are charged with the murder of Negroes. Biga is accused of killing Robert Williams at State and Van Buren streets, and Carka with the death of William Do zier in the stock yards. Julius Bcneventui, 2901 Federal street, a saloon keeper, and Cash. Har ris, are accused of conspiracy to hribe and Policeman Edward Mitchell of i bribery in connection with the attempt to hush up a riot case. The political influ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 September 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPT. 6, 1019. PAGE TWO i FOBT WORTH 5EWS H. SWANSON.. .Reporter Office. 1301 E. th Street Phone L. 2539 NEWS BOX at Bragg Comet Print-f Enclose check coverln,. lc per word t for reading notices, eic, when iou X DROP your MESSAGE In the BOX $ . lug Co. 905 Jones Street Tbe Dallas Express for Sale. Trade Mark: GOOD SERVICE Fort Worth, Texas, Sept 4, 1919. ! He then began to preach while .i. ..Vl,.. v, -h in though very hoarse from preaching Mrs. Alice Garthor has moved to, . . . . onH her new home, 1398 S. Calhoun St Mrs. Jones, Magnolia and Calhoun streets has been sick for several weeks. Mrs. F. H. Mallory and Mrs. Green were guests of Mrs. Henderson, 1111 E. 4th street, since June. They left for their home In Chicago last week. Mrs. Hendricks and Mrs. Annie House spent a short while with Mrs. Ella Nichols, 415 Crump street, last Sunday, when en route from New Mexico to their home An Dallas. Mrs. Mills, 1836 Cranberry Ave., Is still on t...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 September 1919

THK DALLA& EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPT. C 1919. PAGE TTTRER SUCCESS OF COMMUNITY MARKET DEPENDS ON SUPERVISION BY COMPETENT MANAGER . - , ' , t 'i "Farmers Line" Along the Curb Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) Vigilance Is the price not only of liberty but of successful co-operative marketing. A city co-operative market may have line buildings and - equip ment, but unless It Is supervised by a competent manoger who diligently enforces a well-worked-out system of operation, the enterprise will sooner or later full. This Is the rock on which practically all unsuccessful mar kets have broken, eay city mar keting specialists of the United States department of agriculture. If a system of municipal markets Is not so operated as to provide a place where people can purchase food more cheaply than at other food distribut ing agencies, the system Is not Justi fied, the specialists believe. While It Is true that public markets are useful In that they as...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 September 1919

?AGE FOUR IHS DALLAS KXFBESS MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning 4a the year at 2600 Swiaa Avenue. H1 D ALL. AS KTPRK, PUBLISHING (Incorporated) Tta lis PTU Mrm Yark OHM. ' Froat Froat 1 N. 16th Street Chleajco omee. Froat Froat. Boy e Building. Atlaata OBIce. Froat Froat Can 4Ur Bulldlnv. Kaahille Oltli-e, Front Froat, In 'pendent Life CuDding. J, H. JUKIItK, Entered at I'omi OrUce at Dalian. Teaaa, aa and- larx matinr, under Act of ConereNH. siuicn, 101a. IMI'OHTANT. No aubecrlptlona mailed tor a leaa erlod than three montha. Payment Tor uma aiuai do eu ram CB"CRU-riOH IN ADTAHCB. One Year SMz Montha J -Three Montha -J? UnglK Copy.... .. .jj. . . NOTICE TO THH FUBLKJ. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, etandlnff or reputation of njr peraon. Arm or corporation whlen anay appear In the columna of The Dallaa Expreaa will be gladly cor rected upon Ita being- brought to the attention of tba publlehere. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER , 1919. TBIAL TIC...

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