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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 18 October 1919

PAGE HUTE CALVERT "BE A SAMETTE GIRL." LKAE5 TO I .THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 18 1919. GROW HAIR ' Calvert Texas Oct. 16. Mr. Jim Ross left Sunday for Taylor on business. Mrs. Cleo C. Mima Smith is quite sick at her home with fever. Mr. Chas. Bunn came home Sunday from Thornton where he went to look at some -business. Mr. Rufus Brasmon our clever black smith is quite sick at his home on Pecan St Mr. Geo. U. Mead is still Im- proving he Is often seen taking his morning and evening work. Prof. H. S. Farrls principal of En- nis High school and an old Calvert boy spent Saturday at home with his mother. Mr. C. W. Points left Sun- day for Houston. Miss Bertha Sherp- pard is back from Marlin: All tho teachers of Calvert and vicinity arc attending the county teachers' lns- tute In Hearne this week. Mrs. Virgla Wilder Is quite sick at her home In South Calvert. Mr. Laura Sauls is back ' from Thornton. Mr. M. S. Young is In Calvert. Mr. Herman Hogan of Dal- las came down...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 18 October 1919

PARK TRlf THE AMERICAN 8YN0OFATEI 0RCIIKHTRA IS HONORKH WITH . A MAGNIFICENT BANQl KT 01 V- EJT OJfDKR TI1F- AUSPICES OF THK I.OVKK OF MCSIC LIB OF THK CITY OF DALLAS ON LAST "FRIDAY KVF.NINti AT THE 8. V. T. HALL. The Bevr of Ladlm ma an Inspira- tion and IVllt to all. By N. W. Harllee. It was on Friday evening of laot -week whoa the hall of pleasure and complete enjoyment waa had In hon- or of the American Syncopated Or- cheHtra The apaokxm hall was All- ed with a bevy of the most fashion- able and pretty women It has ever tteen our pleasure to see .and for once the writer Imagined himself a youngster once more as these ladles made the hall ring with their modesty and beauty and the pleasure of by gone days stole upon h'm as he sat in a corner and peeped out at them like the country mouse that came to town. ' The Lover's Musical Club of which rangeniul I. M. Morton Is the Presi- dent entertained the Syncopated Or- chestra which has been engaged at the State Fair to render daily pr...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 18 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 18 1919. PAGE ELEYEH DALLAS EXPRESS TO START NEW FEATURE t-y rite-? mmlk 4 fcAJiJK In pursuance of our policy of ' sparing no expense to give our read- ers nothing but the best we have' engaged the services of the well known cartoonist Bill Ziff. I He is the originator of the famous viMiuv DLlip UlCCUj Will henceforth come out in our paper reguarly. This picture shows Bill Ziff gam- boling around with a couple of Mex-r lean kids down in the weary wilds of Oklahoma. These kids could not speak a word of English but as you can see they evidently got along pretty well together. ' Bill Ziff has drawn for the fore- most papers of the country and Is a man of national reputation but shucks! let Bill Ziff tell his own story. BUI ZifTs Story. The Dallas Express has a.sked me to write up something about my- self and I suppose there is no gett- ing around it so here goes. I was born in the windy city of Chicago at the time the proud citizens of o...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 18 October 1919

PAGE TWELTE THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 18 1919. MARSHALL Marshall Texas Oct. 18. Hen Dab- ney aa industrious and prosperous farmer In the neighborhood of ScotUvllle was shot to death over a settlement In the store. It is report- ed that Ben Dabney's cotton was taken and an attempt was mad3 to take his corn from the fluid. A reception in honor of Misses Joe Brown and eGorge Flemmlngs at Mr. Oharles Blaine's home. They leave for Mebarry Medical College. Those present: Misses Geneva Roberts Klizabeth Roll In Mattlee Greer Lot- tie Brlnde Willie V. Greer Messrs. Charlie K. C. Gopoland and Blaine loaves for Mcharry. The Texas and Louisiana Association met with St. John's Baptist church seven miles in the country It was marked with a great success. Some $2200 was raised. Rev. It A. Grangor was re- elected over all opposition his re- port was flue without criticism. Rev. A. M. Moore re-elected. Mr. Irvln Williams after a long illness died at his grand mother's home Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

Itl n Til 1 1 Founded by w. B. kjw. . The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. 11.6O Per Annum YOL. 27 NO. 8. x THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLASSATURDAY OCTOBER 23 1919. PRICE FIYE CENTS. SPREADS LITERATURE AMONG NEGROES IN NORTH AND EAST MISSISSIPPI eOM-tlATIOHAL RACE MISSION FAILURE COBS SPEAKS PRAISE OF SOUTH NOT HEED- ED BY RACE MEN Chicago 111 Oct. 23. The Farclal "commission" that recently went Into Mississippi at the instance of the Chicago Association of Commerce and brought back such glowing reports from that wonderful country as be- ing a land of promise has fallen flat and those wtio have been watching the effect claim that the propagand- ists of injustice will have to look elsewhere for schemes to get the Colored people to return South. One of the most interesting com- ments comes from the history of the country sent a committee of white and Colored men to Mississippi to study conditions in that state. The committee was commissioned .-by the Chicago ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

PAfiS..f WO. THK DALLAS KXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1919. MRS. LAIIGFORD DIES III MEMPHIS. MmiM Tww Om(. S..-Aftnr a )Uma lllfiuM IttbUljg several WKtM Mrs ! I-aiiffinfl Ilia us- teenind. wife nf MFi It I JiiBfrrt antiF fcf Urn Ml Uliv (! Mr W iilnirt-li( una (f the largbni in I bin diBiiii deimiM thin lift tfuiittay )lllHlllg lint flit) t itr P"HoH While lint HIltUllBlled cant a tiliiiiin ivnr the entire (my (aim Nn buried Inmt Ilia litv (irtiiiuii mIiiiii;i Tuebilny Out. 7iU a; ((11 (i. it- Minif Muyo that huiir diu b(mi:iuim million wna tilled (0 mniftiiwiug Willi Manila ft ut far ami near mIiu hnd wmm in pay their 0 uoibi;la In Hid uitmiiny of hub Will) Ml (iVWl llirtl "lllllie IIBW tier (ml (it Ihvu litif." Wwlion N. 0. t!Bvt MtiiiliintBit ilia funeral bin virus in mi tlUiHtlxjV0 ltl)tit. Til tiBttlltiflll tuimle (lint lie mi Uuunnt(y paid lit (m ttuoeaberf (iillltii ft I'Brtily B- BOIIbe U UlB ltel (f ft eBBping HbbUlllllly. iiie Hmtit tiilmlen weie iirttftme and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS PAGE THBEE III' 1 hl " 1 iwjlWI i 'tji ii Mi IBM m i FUBT WORTH NEWS THE HIGH f J. H. 8W ANSON. .Repaner J Office 1301 E. 9th Street Phone U iili aJr J fyy A. eVArH j i I NEWS BOX at Bragg Comet Print- iug Co. 1 905 Jones Street Tho Dallas Express for Sale. I y Enclose check covering lc per word ; ;or reading notices eic when you !)r(()P your MKSSAGE in the BOX ' 3211 COCHRAH STREET Trade Mark: GOOD SERVICE Fort Worth Texas Oct 23. Mrs. M. L. Tucker formerly of Fort Worth but now -of Chicago Is very sick and has' been for the past three months. Among her many consoling friends la tho Dallas Express. Mrs. M. E. Summons 1307 S. Cal- houn street. Is able to be up again from a three weeks' spell. Mrs. L. Martin died Sunday night Oct 19th at the home of her sister Mrs. L. Hardgrave 1309 E. 9th St The funeral was conducted at the home Tuesday Oct 21. Rev. Mont- gomery officiated. Mr. Shann an old respected citizen died at his...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 25 1919. PAGE FOUK THE DALLAS IXPBESS MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published ery Saturday morla; tM Uit year at 2600 Swlas Arenue. by 0HM 11 ALL. A I KXPRKSS PUBLISHING COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dalian. Teiaa. tew Yerk Olltce Krot . Froat It N. Uth Street Cbieaica Otter Froat A Froat Boy- Fxilldtnr. Atlanta (IBrr Froat Froat. Can- ller Uulidlna. ' Xaaavllle Offlre Front Froat. In dependent uire numiing. Entered at Poat OlUca at Dallaa. iae aa eecond-claaa ""' under A.tt or tonrw jriai w OUR CREED. I hold that Christian Grace abounds Where Charity is seen: that when We climb to Heaven tis on the rounds Of love to men. I hold all else named piety A selfish scheme a vain pretense: Where Center is not can there be Circumference? Alice Cary. tt IMI-ORTAHT. Xi auborlptlon mailed tor a leae .rtod than three montha. Payment for tame iui o ou wow. -mm uip-rioms IN O.io rear w ft -x -Montha.. OS XOTICB TO TUB PUBLIC the of Any erron...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1919. PAGE FTVF h. A. A A A a . . . . . ... . " ' . A. THE ;0IIPN J'nlliv AV Vut wVmk V ........ . . . ' . . ' . Y TlViUiir t X f $ JL THE WORLD IS MOTLG V V Y . so is :: Y A THE GIJ)E CHAIJi OF THE WOULD V. Y A Rooin" 20M 1aUtt Texas- aw ei str if 5rv XX" A ! - v Y Y " h Y ctttI I Xs A A It . Wj x$x SENSIBLE ADVICE WITH MYSTIC PRODUCTS Any Place Will Do To Straighten Your Own Haia You Can Do It In 20 Minutes (Unequaled) for Men and Women. The MYSTIC HAIR STRAIGHTEHER Make the Hair Straight And The MYSTIC CREASE WILL MAKE IT CROW Mystic Straightener 50c; Mystic Grease 50c 5c Postage MYSTIC PRODUCT COMPANY 2528 1-2 ELM STREET DALLAS TEXAS Attractive Proposition for few more Live Agents J5 Ft Agy AY t f t t t t f t t We are the people that give its members $200.00 within three hours after (loath as first relief If they die in Dallas they will have $200.00 of Golden Chain money in their home within one hour after death and a second r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

P1GR SIX y 3f Gr Y Y Y- Y Y Y Y Y A. Jz3 I JOHN HARRIS MANAGER :rrnnrrr n c i r o ) x m r f n f vll5 L lrj t v t t t ? ? t f - t t ? Y f ? ? t t t Y ? ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y . Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y . Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y r '-Z r -'.'-..). y. 'V If. . JOHN HARKI3 Sunday Oct. 26th THE "Carter Case GREAT CRAIG KEIOTEDY serial featuring Herbert Rawllnson and Margaret Marsh supported by Walter JamesoB Ethel Gray Gene Baker and Donald Hale Final Episode Sunday .'CvALSO THE. Great Gamble Featuring Anne Luther Warren Cook Edith Thorn- ton Charles Hutchinson Richard Nell and Billy Maran Continued every Sunday. " EVERY MONDAY "TH E RADIUM MYSTERY" Featuring GLEO MADISON Big Eighteen Week Serial to be continued every Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Oct.: 28-29 2 DAYS 2 "PHY 7E! vPv t-:- mi in in n "-I- - --- .-. J .'- Th sensation of Broadway featuring Dorothy Phillips direct from Its tremendous Broadway run comes this wonder fea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1919. PAGB 8ETEN DALLLAS LOCAL Miss Ada Evans and Miss Eulla Lawson of Denton Texas visited the fair Saturday at Dallas. Texas and also Mr. and Mrs. Jennie Berch of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wright of 909 N. Music street are "rejoicing over a baby girl. The funeral of Mrs. Will Ross who died 20th inst. was attended at Whiterock. Prof. N. S. Everett had charge. Cortlcelli Art club met with Mrs. S. Pettigrew Monday afternoon. Every Colored man young or old should chose every opportunity ofa becoming a full fledged citizen. First principle recognized in first class citizenship is tax paying. Get the habit boys. Mrs. Browder Johns and little daughter of Washington D. C after an absent of two or more years are in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stewart son and daughter In-law on Hall street. After undergoing a very danger- ous major operation at a local sani- tarium Miss Lillian Mitchell popu- lar oting Miss of 2904 Thomas avenue...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 251919 PAGE KIGHT rjivin r.ivat. - ' J - i nn nn I! H'i11 if i 1 J u TBIfiTB t t t v t t V ? f t t t t f t t f t t t t f f ? ? t ? T t t ? ? ? t .? t f ? ? t t t ? ? ? ? ? ? t f ? f t ? t y Y ? ? ? ? ? Y ? ? ? t t ? ? t ? ? t t t Saturday October 25th Special Attraction Featuring SHCRTY HAMILTON in "THE PEN VULTURE . A story o( the glorious Western Country told in a way which will make you glad you saw it Fighting and action yes a plentj. Matinee i p. m. shown one day only. r-- - v " "J . . v- ' . ' i . " tmECTlW W1UW1 FOX"- jks mMm Monday and Tuesday Oct. 27th-28th SPECIAL ATTRACTION With TOM MIX in His Greatest and Latest Super Production "Heart of Texas Ryan" ' A 6-reel production of the greatest Western Star plenty of action. - Tom Mix is coming to the Mammoth Theatre Monday in his greatest Western drama "The Heart of Texas Ryan" produced by William N. Selig and pronounced by him to be the greatest Tom Mix Picture ever produced. I...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

FACE Ml fl&UTICAL ABILITY OF WOKEN IS ETIDE5CED B8 A SAMBTTB GIRL." LEAE5 Ta 'J . It THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1919 GROW HAIR Kew York Paper BelleYes All Doubt As to Capacity Has Now Been Ke-moved Commenting on the Conferences which the New York women under the direction of Mlas Mary Garrett Hay chairman of the Republican J Women's National Executive Com- fcpittee and Mrs. Arthur L. Liver- more. State Chairman of the Repub- lican Women's Committee have been holding recently the New York Sun says : "If there was ever any doubt about the skill capacity of women to band together for political action the splendid working organizations af- fected by them In the struggle for "ffrage dispelled It. The advocates and opponents of that reform dis- played a genius for cooperation which nobody sought to deny. It Is only to be expected that the same gift will be exhibited in the political as- sociations women will enter now the ballot Is In their hands and they are ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

I THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1919. PAGE TE1T THE FIRST A55TTEBSABT SIB. TICKS HELD IT THE MACEDON- IA BAPTIST CHTJBCH 15 HOXOB OF DR. E. ABLEVGTOJ YTIL80H THE PASTOB. The One Han With Bemarkable Berord as MlnUter and Scholar. The Lad as a Preacher and Leader f Men When a Student at Col- lege an Open and Inviting Feld For Young Kifrro College Men. The Jiew Awakening Ahont to Dawn the Snn of Blghteouitne. By N. W. Harllee When we contemplate the anni- versary of a Nation we search the records we scan the monuments of the nation's heroes; we recount the achievements and relate them In songs and praise to our children so the coming generation may be ad- vised of the memorable deeds both by written history monumental evi- dence and granite bronze and brass may render unto Ceasar the things that belong to Ceasar. but the Indi- vidual rising up In the community may not be so fortunate as the strong financial hand of the government to have erected to him .monuments ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1919. riGB KLETBK NEW COMPENSATION ACT FOR . DISABLED SOLDIERS Colonel R. O. Cholmeley Jones Di- rector of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance In the course of a talk to wounded soldiers at Walter Reed Hospital Washington D. C epitom- ized tbe motives behind the action of the Bureau in requesting Congress through the Treasury Department to enact several Important amendments to the War Risk Insurance Act. These may be divided into two' gen- eral classes those affecting the com- pensation features of the Act and those concerning War Risk Insurance. A very important proposed amend- ment and one which meeU with wide- spread approval is the upward re- vision of the schedule of compensa- tion payable to disabled ex-service men under the present schedule a man totally disabled is entitled to a fD a month if single. The amend- ment raises this by $50. making $80 payable under these circumstances. If he has a wife but no child living he gets $...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1919. PAGE TWELTB r i SOUTHERN MINISTER GIVES GE0R6IA SENATOR A SE- VERE DRUBBING. (By Associated Negro Press) Atlanta Ga. Oct 16. Never In the history of the country baa a United States Senator been given a severe drubbing at the hands of a Southern white citizen as Senator John Sharpe Williams received from the Rev. C. B. Wilmer Rector of the St. Luke's Episcopal church this city. Rev. Wil- mer undoubtedly shows not only grea Intelligence hut (treat courage in his statement to the Associated Negro Tress which savs: Tho whole world seems to be like a volcano which may erupt at any moment and bring universal des- truction. If there ever was a time In the history of the human race when only words of truth and sober- ness should be spoken that moment Is now. If ever there was a time when wo needed to know what forces are really effective to stamp out re- bellion and crime. It is now. It Is no time for lunatics to me abroad. Ono must ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

TOE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1919. PAGE THIRTEEN WILL END BOLSHfiTISJC Mrs. Pankhnrst Belteres Great Work Confronts Women of America. Women will kill bolshevism Is the prediction that the eminent suffra- gist Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst made recently In New York. "We are going to put an end to bolshevism by applying the same spirit that prompt- ed women to turn out munition and stand behind the men behind the guns" she continued. "The same spirit that moves the women of Eng- land to accompliBh their work in the affairs of the world moves the Amer- ican women. The great work con- fronting the women now is the up- pression of bolshevism." This is the same motive that has animated the women of the State of Washington and has led to the or- ganization of the "Minute Women' for the suppression of this menace. CAMPAIGN OF INSTRUCTION Philadelphia women are planning a campaign for the winter to in- struct the women how to use the vote now that they will have a chance to ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

FACE FOURTEEN THE PALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY UI'IVBEK r Some Towns In Texas WE COTEB THE STATE LIKE A B LANKET. CiRUfNTCLLE. Greenville Texas Oct 13. Sunday was a real good day with all the churches the services were well at- tended. Rev. B. T. Trammell of the 9. M. E. elosed a very splendid rally oounting one hundred dollars at the close of the meeting. We are very pained to announce the death of Mrs. Carity Winn that oc cured last Tues- day Oct 14 at the home of her daughter on East Hemphill street The funeral was conducted Wednes- day Oct 16 by her assistant pas- tor Rev. 8. J. Oreer. She Is sur- vived by four daughters and two sons and one brother. The daughters are Madams Mary Rollins Millie Pace Addie Winn and Lulu Hollls. The brothers are Dave and Win. Winn. Madams L. S. Bryant and Janie Patterson are visiting Terrell and Wills Point; this week. Mrs. M. E. Harris and S. L. Benton spent last week In Palestine attending the B. & M. 13. Convention. Mrs. Llllie ' Cl...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER. 25 1919. PACE FIFTEBlf .. SOME TOWNS IN TEXAS g PROFESSIONALS. WE COVER THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET raising $25.00 and will continue to add to it until the required amount is raised. We will be glad at any time for any of our friends to help ua. Respectfully M. G. Bennett President. H. D. IJttlejohn Treas. K. M. Campbell Scc'y. BOMIAH. GAINESVILLE. Gainesville Texas Oct 23. churches services were well attended yesterday. The presiding elders of the C. M. E. church Dr. Jackson was present with his peoplo at St. James- Sunday and delivered the sermon of his life at 11 o'clock. Rev. B. J. Brown attended the State con- vention at Palestine Texas last week. Mrs. Dr. Ransom was In the city on business last week. Mrs. Elex Jordan of Fort Worth was the guest of Mrs. Maggie Sumpter Sun- day. Miss Bertha Wilburn Is spend- ing a few days in Pilot Point Mrs. Wilson has returned from Denver Colorado where she has spent sev- eral weeks. Mr. Walter St...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 October 1919

i V PAGE SCKTEElf THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1919. OUR NEW HOME rT J y-. C 25000 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 Term Moderate Diplomas Given Write Today for Further Information T-ilrlElEElffiEiE Poro 'Corner - St Louia Mo. AfJDIEXCK Off LYNCHING SE5ATE SBB-COMXITTEB APPOUfTED U. S. Congress Jadtciarr Committee BeceJve DelegaUoa National Eqaal Kighta League rmtbn For A Fed- Beal Aati-Lyaeh Law. Senator Dflliacnaia Kellagg and Welsh a 8ab-Ciana(tte to Look late ton. stitutioaal Bcaalretaeata. Boston Mass October 25. 1919. Senator Kaute Noieon of Minnesota man-man or uia judiciary Committee of the United Statu Senate and; Representative Andrew Volstead Chairman of the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives. ! both gave audience thta week to a delegation of the NaUonal Equal Rights League headed by Mr. Mau- riae VT. Spencer of ...

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