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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

OH BOY!" WE'LL HAVE A SEVEN COLUMN PAPER NEXT WEEK ' ft ; Founded by W. D King. .':"''. TAs Republican Parly Ib The Ship All Else la The Sea." Fred Douglas. 11.60 fer Annum VOL. 7 KO. l THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER j 1919. vvu t vnv 'EUT& wmm HE BODIES OF IIIIIS F0RCE0-T0 PAY.FOR BODIES ; BEFORE FUNERALSERVICES GOULD BE HELD. V : Helena" Ark: Oct " J7. The report that the four Johnston'' brothers who " were outrageously murdered near Helena Ark. met death in . a riot at the latter place is not true. The four brothers ' one of -whom. Dr. L . H. Johnson of Coweta. Okla. who - was there visiting his other brothers had been bunting and was peacefully returning home with their game when they were intercepted by a white man supposed to be- a friends to tie Johnston boys and told that a race riot was In progress in He- lena and advised them not to go in that direction but to return to a point below Helena leave their guns to avoid suspicion and take the train for Helena....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

PACE TWO THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER I ATLANTA NEGROES OBOA5IZE LABGE E3ITEKTB1SE8. Atlanta Ga. Oct 23. The Neg-roea of Atlanta ar embarklnjr mors In the field of large corporation than ever bofore In their history in the city. In the last few months several new corporations have been organ- ized among the leading buslnes men of the race. The United Commercial Exchange a $20000000 concern that will doal In the wholesale and retail KTOccry and general merchandise business will open Its doors to the public on or before the 15th of No- vomlier. The company has already purchased a large herd of fine cattle botes chickens etc. which will be slaughtered to supply their central market the market to be as fine as can be found In the South. The Great Southern Fire Insurance Co. capital $100000.00 has its char- tor its stock Is being rapidly paid in and before another 90 days rolls around It will be actually writing business for the protection of our homes in all parts o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

TOE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1915. PAGB THBEB League of nations will ee organized it once Washington Oct 23. While no official declaration can be made In advance of the action of the Senate on the treaty of Versailles it wag learned unofficially today that plans were being laid for bringing the League of Nations into existence al- most Immediately upon publication In Paris of the ratification of the treaty by Great Brlttain France Italy and Germany which will put It into force. Although the United States can not participate in the Initial stages of the league's work It is understood that the decision has been reached to have President Wilson issue a call for the first meeting of the council of the league with the fifteenth day j-perlod provided in the treaty for the appointment by the council of three members of the boundary of the Saar Basin. Article five of the covenant pro vides that the decision of the council "shall require the the league repre- sented at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

PAGE FOUS THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1919 XHS DALLAS KXTBJC88 MEMBER NATIONAL NEORO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning im the year at 100 BwIm Avenue. by ra baixas RTpnrss publishing COM PAH T. (Incorporated). Dalles Texas. Hew Vera; oan Frost Frost M N. lith Street. Ckleax Onlee. Frost at Frost Bor- es Building. Atlaate oatee. Frost A Frost. Can- tier Building. J ash rt lie oatee. Frost Frost In- dependent Ufa Building. J. K. JORDAN Htswn. Sintered at Post Office at Dallas. Texas as second-claa matter under Act of Congress. March. H7. IMPORTANT (to subscriptions mailed tor less rrlod than three months. Payment . sams must be SO cents. SATURDAY JiOVEXBEB 1 191. THK DALXAS EXPKtSS has never hoisted the white feather neither baa it been disgraced by the yellow streak. It is not affiliated with the flannel mouth. It is a plain every day sen- sible conservative newspaper which trims no sail to catch the passing breeze; flies no doubtful flag. It...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1919. PAGE FITS NEW YORK DOCTORS WIN TIC TORI J TO BE ADMITTED TO HARLEM HOSPITAL A Crowning Victory for the United Civic League. Six years ago the United Civic League started Us fight for Colored internes In Harlem hospital and each year since then the organization has mado Colored internes In this hos- pital a campaign issue. The League continued to hold con ferences and send committees to meet Bellevue'8 board under whose super- vision the Harlem hospital property comes until they were definitely promised that Colored doctors would be admitted. Dr. Louis T. Wright is the first of the Colored doctors to be appont- ed. Others will follow. The "League is now seeking to have Colored wom- en entered as nurses. Honorable James D. Carr of the corporation counsel's office lent much valuable assistance to the Lea- gue in bringing about this civic achievement for Colored Harlem. WHITE MAN CHARGED WITH KATE. Winston-Salem N. C. pet. 30. nl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

PAGE SIX THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1919. OUR NEW HOME ) f- "V ' - IsPS ! ! a i J mm mZPm 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 FBREEIBIAEIBE Poro Corner St Louis Mo. 4U1UL RACE CQNGREESS. Washington D. C Oct 23 23 1919. The National Race Congress which has been In session here during the week closed last night going on rec- ord of advocating the unrestricted ballot In the hands of every American citizen the protection of all under the law and wiping out fit Jim Crow- lam. There were present represent- ative men and women from 21 states and much interest 'was manifested by them.' All sessions were held In the Metropolitan Baptist church of which the Rev. Dr. M. W. D. Norman la pastor. The opening sermon was preached last Monday night by the Rev. E. A. P. Cheek of Newark N. J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1919. PAGE SETEIT f CHICAGO BUSINESS LEAGUE ACTIVE Chicago Oct. 23. The Chicago Business League has Inaugurated a membership campaign for the pur- pose of engaging the Interest of owners of every business enterprise in the city. The organization has strated out on the most progressive lines of any organization ever estab- lished. A ten thousand dollar pub- licity campaign will be carried on to create larger interest in Race en- terprises make openings for young people and demonstrating the eco- nomic advantage of co-operation. Al- ready it has proposed to take a dele- gation of at least One Hundred to the National Business eLague In Philadelphia 1920 at which time an Invitation for the 1920 session In Chicago will be extendod. STYLE BOOK MAILED TO COLORED WOMEN afaould knur ne or our i'l ttuly nWNl lyloa f fatlrL-M-vig. It contain mnaf linatnttiunh i tl bint of hnw yiNi jnmy diras yum bait We are largest manufactures of Colored Wo-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

THE DALLAS gXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1919. PAGE EIGHT "Texas Cyclone" Clemons Warns McGregor to "Watch His Step" Waco Texas Oct. 16 1919. HON. H. M. McCREGOR Hon. Sir: We notice In the Times Tribune your articles concerning the next Republican State Convention in handing down your decision you very clearly state that you do not want and will not have an partici- pation from the Colored Republicans being a national committee man of this state we suppose you know just what you are talking about we hope so at least. Now Sir. we want to ask you a Tew questions from your article. It doesn't seem that you attended the National Convention June 1896 at St. Louis when this question was settled forever under the leadership of Marcus Hannah and you were set down on with an iron hand never to .raise this question again but it seems fbat you do not consider the decision of the Supreme Court of the Republi- can party. Now Sir you undoubted- ly have been In council with some one or...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1919. page iron N. Y EX-SERVICE MEN PROTEST AGAINST GER MAN OPERA PERFORANCE (Continued from page 1). sentatlves of the. Manhattan Naval Post waited on Mayor Hylan with a petition that the performance be stopped. Tho Mayor issued an order prohibiting the performance but de- spite this order the sale of tickets continued. Hundreds Gather at Theater. Hundreds of soldiers sailors and marines gathered in front of the theater and when the doors opened they raised a howl of derision and anger. v Then with the American flag little ahead a long column of unl - - formed men wung down the street V At their appearance a call for police reserves was sent in. The service men were led by a marine wearing a Croix de Guerre. A few minutes after the curtain had been raised and the stains of German music sifted out through the doors the veterans pressed forward only to be driven back and temporarily dispersed by mounted police. On learning that dire...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

PAGE TEN THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1919. Dallas Local xkkkkx TO THE REPUBLICANS OF TEXAS: YOUNG WHITE MAN NABBED. A young white man whom it is alleged forged a couple of checks upon two Dallas business firms amounting to $195 was arrested in East Dallas Monday afternoon. The victims of the forger were The Pruitt Dry Goods Co. and Sam Dysterbach and Co. The Great battle of Areonne Forest was won by the American Army let 8gt Neadom Roberts tell you you about it MISSIONARY TOURING STATE. Mrs. H. E. Thomas 3406 Green- wood assistant secretary of Home MlRslon Board of the National Bap- tist convention was with Rev. 8. Montgomery at Waco last Sunday and will visit Dr. Jenkins' church at Waco Sunday Nov. 2nd. Mrs. Thomas is now making a tour over the entire Texas jurisdiction in which she expects to visit all churches i She is meeting with much success in the work. CHURCH OF GOD. Services were good all day Sun- day school was opened at the unusal hour with Supt. D...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1919. PA6B ELETEH i i i . i i i ii ii m -T'ii m i M bus e I 111 M mi i m lid Ira gi y ky .......... T In fen fa I 1 1 i A U i m if. I I I "I m ay fl I Ay m m m i Pi py P It fli' i Saturday November 1st B!fi WESTERN SPECIAL featuring Jsch Garrfs.'r in "THE RANGE BOSS" A wonderful production of the great western cattle country. Thrills all the way through. Lots of action pulse beats and heart throbs Satur- day Nov. 1st Matinee 2 p. in. ' Sunday November 2nd Marie Walcamp featured in "SPURS ard SADDLES" Continued every Sunday also a rip-roaring Harold Lloyd Comedy "A GOOD SHOW ALWAYS." We p'ii Sunday 1 p. m. Monday and Tuesday November 3rd and 4tb Special Attraction "MY LIT TEE SISTER" A wonderful production. From the studios of Wm. Fox-Corporation Monday and Tuesday "COUNTRY STORE" Tuesday Night j--ti r. i hi ii n M 'Mfc jfc PW3fiBiS!'T"XBftf " f . iiin r I I " I nillMrWll HWllam Thursday November 3t!i "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" Fccliirii o ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1919. PACE TWELTE. SOME TOWS IN TEXAS - f J WACO. Waco Texas Oct 30. Watch us go over the top with the Express In Waco. Our slogan is 600 copies per week. Watch for the Express boy Saturday. The Cotton Palace and Carnival are on in full blast. Many visitors are in the city. The Prairie View exhibit at the Cotton Palace this year Is the largest' ever. Prof. A. D. Ewell Is In charge of the ex- bit assisting him Is Mrs. D. A. Bry- ant of Houston. You will miss a treat if you fail to see this exhibit The Extension workers are on hand too with a large exhibit Kirs. M. E. Hunter is in charge also Profs. Jake Ford and E. T. Wood. The Moore high school has an excellent ex- hibit this year. Dr. and Mrs. S. Montgomery have Just returned from the State Convention at Beaumont j Tbey report a splendid meeting. 1 Services at Second Baptist church were well attended Sundav. The con-1 gregation delighted In the return of! their pastor. Mr. Wm. Mc...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1919. PAGKTHIBTBBy i SOME TOWNS IN TEXAS ' inn i i4t DEOTOIT. Denton Texas Oct. 30. The rally continues at St. James A. M E church. The heavy rains of the past week caused an overflow of Pecan creek resulting in much damage in some sections of the town. Bridges were washed away and many homes were filled with water. The home of Mr. P. A. Tollver was carried about 250 yards by the high water. On last Wednesday in spite of the rain a large number of friends assembled at the C. M. E. church at 10 a. m to pay the last tribute of respect Johnson and Ci ir ttar-itaa r ! mi. vr. w. wneeier. iteva. a t. las were present and assisted Rev Douglas and children. Miss Eula B. Smith of Abilene In the funeral' . little Mlss Jonnnv will leave 2nd services. On Thursday burial was I? ' Los An8eles. Calif. where made at the Aiken cemetery Mr I y w111 B0 to make thelr future B. U. Crawford had charge of the and to 30111 some of her chil(1- funeral arr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

rsea fourteen. fu It DALLAS LOCAL and PERSONAL KEWS CF THE WEEK GATKEBED HERE AND THERE; BCILED DOWM Toe Fair and the Carnival are tiw. Now let ub turn to the next fciic event Negro Trade Week. Tne American Realty and Constru- ction Company met last Friday night .t rrawford'B Chapel. More than 1400.00 was raised and a number of mew members Joined me organiza- tion.' The Company 1s contemplating brain? a number of deals this wln- r ' tit. Elsie Johnson who has been m guest of her sister Mrs. Maggie Wn&xuar of 211T Thompson street bju rrtUirned to her home at Jeffer- rfrifto ThomDson has returned f her home at Lufkin. ater a brief utt. to her sister Mrs. Elvira John- son of 2508 Flora street Mr. Andrew Bush of 1825 Hughes atrect. Is suffering with an infect- ion of the left arm. in nrl white man was run over Monday by a heavy truck and his t as crushed. He was rushed Kn rtv hnsnital where his con dition was diagnosed and considered 5amrTou8. He succumbed Tuesday miM-olriK. He was ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

PACE "FirarlEf ' FORT WORTH NEWS I Mr. A. M. Williams Tuesday th 21st for Ennis his future bom his family will follow In a few day. Some Towns In Texas J. a SWANSON. Reporter Office. 1301 E. 9th Street Phone I nn WE COVER THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET. CIIICKAS1IA. THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1919. II f."-V.".:.- VI . J ; . f : ! v.. I Fort Worth Texas Oct 30 1919. j as are done by the white club mem- Hear Mt. Gilead Junior Choir In bers. The results have been gratl- an Evening of Music Tuesday night .lying In every locality according to Nov. 4th 1919. Prof. L. M. John- son president; F. H. Collins cor- nettest; Mrs. F. H. Collins pianist. Admission 15 cents. Mrs. Lena Bunton who lost her mind several weeks ago died at the Booker T. Washington sanitarium last Monday Oct 27th after refusing to eat or drink for about five weekB. Miss Sophia Crenshaw and Mr. Hamilton Dauklns were quietly mar- ried at the home of the bride last Thursday evening. j ent 'r the housewife...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 November 1919

Y Y 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 t y t y y y y y y y V y T ? t y Y V y y y y y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y r Y Y PAGE SIXTEEN THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1919. X"::"H":"X JL 3 13 C3r7U pbmm amik. f ' u"Ji 1 Ini - Ju Jl3 JOHN HARP IS MANAGER K - s r' J JOHN HARRIS Sunday Nov. 2nd Final Episode Great Gamble Featuring Anne Luther Warren Cook Edith Thornton Charles Hutchinson Richard Neil and Billy Moran. Final Episode shown Sunday. A Big 2 Reel Western Drama and A Good 2 Reel Comedy Feature EVERY MONDAY "THE RADIUM MYSTERY" Featuring CLEO MADISON Big Eighteen Week Serial to be continued every Monday Tuesday and -Wednesday Nov. 4-5 "VICKY VAN'' v FEATURING ETHEL CLAYTON A great paramount picture where Ethel Clayton displays her exampled versatility. Carolyn Wells wrote the book which has been one of the season's best sellers. It Is probably the best of the author's long: series of detective Bevels dealing with the exploi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 8 November 1919

-MOST DISTINCTIVE WEEKLY IN AMERICA" A CONSEBYATIYE YET FEARLESS CHAMPION OF JUSTICE. Founded by W. E. King. The Republican Party Is The Ship All Mae Is The 8ea."Fred Douglas. $1.60 Per Annum VOU 27 NO. 6. THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 1W9. PRICE FIVE CENTS OMAHA JURY INDICTS LYNCHERS 7 WHITES AND 1 COLORED BREED Whites Who Lynched Negro and Tried to Hang Mayor to Face Trial for Lives. Charged With Murder and Arson. 100 NEGROES BEING TRIED FOR RIOTING Arrested For Alleged Plotting Against Planters Claimed Organization Responsible tor Troubles Omaha; Neb. Nov. 8. The first returns by jurors include true bills against eight men seven whites who formed part of mob that lynched Brown assaulted Mayor Smith and burned court house on September 28th face murder and arson charges Lester Price Colored held on Charge of Carrying Concealed weapons bills against other rioters to follow. First indictments against persons accused of rioting in the mob of September 28th which lynche...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 8 November 1919

I PAGE TWO THE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 1919. S3 fftov want Beauty of (bmpexoti 3xfbpe?es$ of d&iowret3efP'epa0fom. : hu ottrcrovs ov every bottle J SEAL 19 UNBROKEN m m the following morning and swear out a warrant which she did. and armed with this she began a tour of Lenox avenue and soon observed Lewis. She at once sought a policeman and placing the warrant in his hands an arrest was promptly made. He was takon to the police station and after being given the third degree he con- fessed to the robbery and told how ho had disposed of the trunk and its contents nearly all of which was re- covered. The trunk with a part of its contents was found in the pos- session of a well-known cabaret pro- prietor on West 135th street. I.' v . was avaigned in the Heights Court Saturday and was held by Mag- istrate Swab for the grand jury on the charge of grand larceny. DR. BlMSTKUl lK 1 I.N NRW ii hi i 'Sin nr. Intervale N. H. Nov. 6. Docttor Horace Bumstcad who was p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 8 November 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 1919. TAM TOEB MA NT PEOPLE HATE ENQUIRED THE CAUSE OF THE WONDERFUL GROWTH OF THE GOLDEN CHAIN OF THE WORLD bled has ever declared a race policy either Caucasian African Anglo- Saxon or Teutonic. The principles of the Republican party as announced through its proper channels have al- ways been so comprehensive as to embrace every race known to civil- ized man. Any group of men in any community of the United States as- suming to announce a race policy for the Republican party is without precedent and without following. Sincerely yours M. H. BROYLES Houston Texas. .RESIDENT RED ENDORSES THIRD CROSS KOI I.. The answer is that The "Golden Chain" laid a foun- dation upon the Bible based upon past experience as solid us the rock of Gibralter cemented with the sin- cere desire to aid its members the church the widows and orphans. The Chain's growth has been phenominal as a re- sult of the earnest desire and effort on the part of every o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 8 November 1919

PAGE FOLK THE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY NOTEMBEH 8 MM. f HE DALLAS SSTlUnM MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION PubUaked erry Saturday morula in the rear at 10 Bwla Avenue. by ID DALLAS HPMM n7LISHIHG COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallaa. Texaa. aw Tark OBlee. Froat Froat U H. Ith Street. . Caleaxa Oflee. Froat Froat Bcy- aa Building. Atlanta Oalee. Froat Froat. Can- tier Bulldlne. . . KaakTtllr omcr Froat Froat In- denendent Lit Bulldln. StTBftCRIPTIOlf IH AOTAHOK. One Tear M.M Bis Month I! Vhrea Month !! Blnrle Copy . HOTIOB TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneou reflection upon the character .landing or reputation or any peraon. Arm or corporation whlen aoar appear In the column of The Dallaa fcxpre. will be a-l7 '- raoted upon It being brought to the attention of the publlahare. Entered at Post. Ofllca at Da""- Texaa. a aecond-cla matter under Act. of Congreaa March. 17. IMPORT AJTT. No aubacrlptlon mailed tor ' period than three month. Payment for ame anuat be BO cent. J. It. JO...

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