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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 April 1920

THK DALLAS KXFRKKS, DALIiAS TEXAS, APRIL 8, 102O FACE FLF.Vf KM? Hi THE PARK THEATRE 424 CENTRAL AVENUE, DALLAS. TEXAS BIG DOUBLE BILL , .Week of April 12th I.TJKK KCOTTJ' ICOMPARAIH,F, LAFAKTT FIAYF.Rft. UtrodarU K nothing but the hlRhest clasx dramas, n notable all Star Oust, first time South. 14 People 14 On Same Bill nilUCK & lUlFCE COMPANY. . 14 People 14 with a Jazz Orchestra from New Orleans, La., special Matiiiee Monday April 12th at 5 p. in. Any one wishing aiJVance Bale of tickets call at the office of the Theatre or phone Auto Y ZS31. , . Grand Opening of The Park Theatre Stand Saturday, April 8, 1020 This theatre Is booked through the Colored Consolidated Vaudeville Ex change, Mr. Chintz Moore, Southwestern Representative and Booking agent. Mr. W. D. James, Secretary. . N , Watch this space for attractions at the Tark Theatre. Now Playing FRANCIS' NEW YORK MINSTRELS 25 People 25. COMING SOON SANDY BURNS & COMPANY ALL STAR CAST. TO MY PEOPLE: ReiAember the Park Th...

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. — 3 April 1920

iu;k twelve. THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TKXA8, APRIL 8, 1020 3 n a XKKXXvXXXKKK liiniiiiiiiii mmm ! YYY4 VV Y vvi? VYY? v?v? vrh ?rh trh f y ? v YYY yytf yyyy yyyy yyyy n n Si 1 I A EL BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH SoutfVs Finest Colored Theatre" 2407 ELM STREET Our offering for the week ' BEGINNING SUNDAY, APRIL 4TH is supremely gfrand, each number a knockout and full of fire and pep. Sunday, AprO 4. Don't fail to see BESSIE LOVE in a big picture. .... . i . . "HELL TO PAY AUSTIN" -also- Rev.' B.' Moore, Pastor. Oalr Cliff, Texas, AdHI 1. Sun day school epened witn a large at tendance, with Interest . and with activity. Bro. V. L. 8. Booker: of Macedonia Baptist church and Bro. Pryor ot St John Baptis church were cpecial guests, each taking; an ac tive part in the class work. Col-, lection $9.22 with the Young Women's victory. " Power of delivered by .Pastor Moore, from which each individual" receive wholesome in struction. . . The consumation of the Prophetic Rally was a grand success spi...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 April 1920

i fill IvCi HOME EDITION HOME EDITION n i 1 1 i) I N CI LTi Founds by w. u. Kin. . . TAs Republican Pearly Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. 12.00 Per Annua VOI,. 27, NO. 27. T,IE DALLAS EXPBESS, DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920 PHICE FITE CEKTJi. ' s '"I i c 1 i t t f " H i! r ? h CONGRESSMAN- McCORMICK SCORES SOUTH FOR NEGRO SUPPRESSION 25- ENLARGE FUND SUBSCRIBED PROVE BEFORE DECIDING OTHER ISSUES., lily Associated Negro Press) Washington, D. C, April 7. In a racont speech In the Senate -on the Egyptian altuatlon Senator McCor mlck of Illlnola laid, "Mr. Prealdont there ia another autherlty who might be consulted while, the debate turn upon Egyptian right to liberty. In the third verae of the aeventh chapter of Matthew It ia written: Why beholdeat thou the mote that U in they broth er' isye, but conslderest not the beam that U in thine own eyT "It ta true that the net result of DrltlNh Government In Egypt haa been the material development of the county to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 April 1920

FACE TWO THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS APRIL 10, 1920. FORT WOIJTKlg TJBCfiS MeWS S PHIL I. REGISTER, REPORTER, Ui'A CALHOUN STREET ill 4 ! " ' i '. .. 1 , ' -y '. ... ,jL. . y . . . '": ; and took one-half day. off and the finish was that the Blind worked one week and business was so good with them until they could iay off for a week. Come to Fort Worth, Its the best place in the world to live, the only II11JIK w" O-BtL vi ;uu IB IU UtJ RUIO to bring a house along with you. Mr. Abe Turner from Ely Nevada, was through the city en route to Ardmore, Okla., to visit his Brother, Mr. Elmo Turner. Mr. J. E. Wilson from Pometa, Okla., the wealthy farmer passed through the city bavins visited his sister, Mrs. Sara Porter, Dallas. Texa., he Is a brother to Mrs. Dor thy Hicks. Mrs. Angle Oraggs, from Car thage, Texas, after closing her school, visited Dallas and was roy ally entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Porter, Mrs. Graggs wants to visit home. - him, 7:30. p. m. Divine service were conduct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 April 1920

HENRIETTA gprelnl llrnutr On all mail orders for $1.00 goods, send 10c extra for postage and packing. Goods that Bell for less, 6c extra. Express shipments are sent collect. Aetata Wanted. HAWAIIAN BEAUTY GOODS are for sale by " Drug Stores Beauty Parlors and specially appointed agents; or you may send direct to TEXAS C0BSICANA Corslcana, Texas, April 8. Rev. A. Snowden of Athens was in town last week shaking hands with friends. Mr. H. W. Pillows left for San An antonio on the 2nd on business., Rev. G. W. Brown of Pittsburg, Texas passed through the city last Saturday enroute to Teague. Mr. J. S. Nelson of Kerens was in town on the 3rd. and ordered the Express sent to him for six months, Route 3. Box 103. Kerens, Texas. Mrs. Geo. Brown spent Easter with her 'hildren at Groesbeck. Mrs. U Brooks visited her sister, Mrs. B. E. Porter at Ft. Worth last week. Mrs. Duling of Rice is in the city the guest of Mrs. Matthew Roblnsonf Mr. Martin Mack le of Gainesville was In the city this week...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 April 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, APRTL10. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, . ItttMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday moraine Mi Ui year at I60 Swiss Avenue. by rilfl DA-iJLAS E3""'" rTTBIJSHIHO COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. nw York onee. Frost Prost It W. Z6tn Street. I'Dlrawe OUU-r, Frost A Frost, Ber et Hulhiing. Atlanta office, Frost Frost, Can tf.sr Building. Khvllit (imrr, Frost Frost. ID Aeipendent Life Building. SCBSCRITIOX IN ADVANCE. One Tear 100 Six Months . 11-00 Three Months ..... .76 Elngle Copy . ..... . -05 WOT1CB TO TUB PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the et.aracter, standing or reputation of any pemon, nrra or corporation whlon .r appear In the columns of The Dallas Express will be gladly cor rected upon Its belnif brousrht to the attention of the publishers. Hntered at Pot Office at Dallas. Tuas. as second-class matter, under act of Contcresa. March, 187. IMI'OltTASiT No subscriptions mailed for a li" poriod than thr-e months. Tayment ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 April 1920

TAGK riVJS DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN MOTTO: "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, APRIL 10. 9. 17 v A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR JULIETTE LEE. "THINK BEFORE YOU SPEAK, THEN'1, SPEAK GOOD ENGLISH." There- Is a movement being dis seminated through our press and being made concrete throughout the country in various ways. This movement is styled as "American ization." It means an - attempt to weld the various groups, which compose our poly-glot civillzaton in to what is term'1'" 100 per cent Americans Thei"" s a Ferloua at tempt to have ? persons living In this country have a similar inter pretation of American ideals and obligations. One of the very first problems which confronts this program is that of our language. It has been demonstrated that those groups or Individuals who speak the English language are the most loyal citi zens. Then the first duty of this Americanization movement has been to try to eliminate forei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 April 1920

,nx-i n r. --. r. . i lv . ..-.-fTl. n a .11 A I ii.t A 3,""a i 'ItiiClO. , . . , . .... : , ' . , V ' : '' i', .... . , ' - '. .' ' . . - i 'l '-"' ".' ' V ,' - ' '.' - ' ' ' " v. . I v , 1 ' ; i ' . ' . ' - jtr '.t.eiJ.-'.it; K.. b. WW V-V - ''-r'-,'i fo if A i v . . )ii i jT i , .OUR NEW HOME - ' ' . , ; : i . v TV REAL GOOD SPEC j TACLES ONLY $3.50, t WHY, PAY MORE? A WORLD REBUIKT By the Golden Rule not by the rule of Gold t THIRTY denominations of the Church are uniting in a simultaneous campaign in the week of April 25th May 2nd. They are uniting because the task before the Church is too great for any one denomination; because there must be no duplication of effort ; no waste. These churches know that the world needs many things; but it needs Faith most of all. ' They know that there can be no final solution of our economic problems that is not a spiritual solution, based on the teachings of Jesus Christ and His Golden Rule. They have had the courage to survey the whole task,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 April 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS APRIL 10. 1920. fAGB STXJ TEXAS TOWNS KELTYS. Keltys, Texas, April 8. Sunday school was well attended, all of ficers present. The lesBon reviewed pro and con. Good lecture by Supt. Mr. Alonzo Kennedy visited in Houston, a few days. Mr. Jetb.ro Williams and little Henry Vernel visited his sister, Mrs. David Mil ler in Trinity. Miss Johnnie Den mon is visiting relatives in DIboll. Deputy Fitzhugh Patrick of the Golden Chain has organized six teen members. Rev. J. W. Price the District Missionary preached a noble sermon. Mrs. Carrie Dog gett left today for Onalaska to visit her mother. Rev. Patrick of Trinity, was In town a few days last week. The W. H. M. S. met last Monday evening in regular ses sion with a good attendance, col lection $3.00. For subscription for the Dallas Express see Bill Wil liams.' ' - FIIvOT POINT. WOLFE CITV. Wolfe City, Texao April 8. Sun day wbb a high day at the C. M. E. church with preaching, morning and night by the pastor....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 April 1920

r T-W- - TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, APRIL 10. VELVET BROWN rl ;K Says That Yon Are Wealthy J "THE FACE AND SKIN r v ' PREPARATION SUPREME" It tells you that in one respect you are as rich as "bill" Mcdonald is or as well off as BOOKER T. WASHINGTON was When you were born nature deposited to your credit in the Bank of Life "a great ample capital of Time. You have all the TIME there Is. twenty-four hours each day. In that one thlntr you are ai rich a the wealthiest man In the world And mark well, you can exchange TIMK FOR MONEY, but all the wealth In the world won't bring; one additional second for man. If It would, billionaires would be fighting: on your door-step, bidding fabulous sums for a bit of your time added to their span of life. Vou can trade your time for anything the world holds. If you want MONEY BUCKS8 Just Invest a little of your time properly and the reward is yours. CHRISTIANITY EDUCATION and the conversion of TIME Into MONKY are the necessities for race bulldl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 April 1920

T Ad WVaTlTCOCl T T U ft4 U A DIII 4t 4AAA page snra Mrs. Eugene Davis and Mrs. P. J. Texada of Fort Worth were over Saturday and Sunday enjoying the sights of a big city. While here they were guests of Mrs. E. A. Reece 915 Bogel street Mrs. Sarah Franklin of- El Paso is in the city after an absence of 12 monts or more visiting her sister Mrs. Indiana Jones, 2S09 Hallsville Mrs. Amada Harris 3723 State, an ardent supporter of the Dallas Ex press lias been 111 at her home for five weeks. , The most unusual picture ever made 'Wner Bonds are Loosed.' Mrs. W. M. Moore and Little dough ter Pauline of 2820 Hallsville street returned ' Wednesday morning from a two weeks trio to Pecan Gap. Mrs. Luclan Mathis, the wife of Mr. Luclan Mathis, senior partner in the barber firm of Mathis and Whitly Barbershop left Monday at noon in company with Mrs. Ernest Amos for Los Angeles, California. Mrs. MatUe Batts of Kansas City, Mo., who has been in the city visit log her sick sister returned this week...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 April 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS," APRIL 10, 1020 f AGE TEX , , ' A A A A. fffl JOINTO-DAY THE MIERICAN WOODMEN "THE ORDER AHEAD" Largest and Strongest Negro Fraternal Organization in the World. Dallas Branch of the big order rolled in the month of March 161 logs and yet they come. This month wo Intend to break our own record. Join the crowd today and become a Woodman in our. next log rolling. j We pay for Sickness, Accident and Death. Prompt payments and no litigations are the American Woodmen's motto. - ' For Information pertaining to membership. , i . . ' . Call at 718 N. Hawkins, . . or ring Y 1939 ' A. L WALTERS, Clerk and Supervising Deputy for Dallas rams: -smszmzzsmzzmcs A . II MBA" II 1 BASE BALL l J. A. AUSTIN Play nd Tlnyers. News Gathered Here and There and Diamond DUHt. i K. OF. P. KXD01VM EXT BOAKI MEKTS PAYS $230Q.OO FOB DEATH CLAIMS. Signed contracts of nearly all clubs have been returned to the various managers - of clubs, , the names of which will appear in a subse...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 April 1920

fall V X k UV THE PARK THEATRE JOHN HARRIS, Owner and Manager lint V " , 424 CENTRAL AVENUE, DALLAS. TEXAS BIG DOUBLE BILL Week of April 12th I.UKR SCOTTS' INCOMPARABLE LAFAYETTE I'l.AVMH, lutrodocln nothing but the highest clans dramas, a notable all Star Cimt, first time South. 14 People 14 On Same Bill BR1TCK '& BItVCK COMPANY. , 14 People 14 with a Jazz Orchestra from Ncw, Orleans, La., special Matinee Mondays April 12th nt 5 p. m. Any one wishing advance sale of tickets call at the office of the Theatra or phone Auto Y 553U . Grand Opening of The Park Theatre Stand Saturday, April 3 9UO This theatre Is booked through the Colored Consolidated Vaudeville Ex change, Mr. Chintz Moore, Southwestern Representative aftd Booking agent. Mr. W. D. James, Secretary. ; ' , Watch this space for attractions at the Park Theatre, COMING SOON SANDY BURNS & COMPANY ALL STAR CAST TO My PEOPLE: Remember the Park ThPatre management always welcomes you. Two shows nightly, continuous program ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 April 1920

1 1'AfiK TWKI.TR THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS TEXAS, APRIL 10, 1820 ? r. t $ . . ... . . .... till tt 7-H-A-T'S I-N A N-A-M-E? Twenty-seven years ago when we were but a small concern, printing a limited num ber, of copies weekly, our name signified the limit of our facilities, but today with the largest plant of its character in the south west at your disposal you are assured of complete service. Our equipment, the most modern and complete that money can buy. A NEWSPAPER OF UNLIMIT ED ADVERTISING VALUE; AN UNRIVALLED CAPACITY FOR ECONOMICAL SERVICE THE DALLAS EXPRESS iff AMERICA'S MOST DISTINCTVIE WEEKLY M M.O.I H, .,...,. ........ H,K, -MM... ........ ....4... ,. ... o ... . .. ..oil. .to.. .... ....if ....A.. . ....... O.MMl ..MX. .MM... ... ... IHI tttff "tt TTTTTf ttt DRESSED FOR A PARTY if; T l I'l The pretty maid In the picture above Js daintily dressed tor a party. Upon an occasion of such Importance as a blrthdny, even a little girl Is allowed , a frock of georgette crepe made...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 April 1920

ti. - HOME EDITION HOME EDITION f FcundPd.b, w. a King. " ' ' T'n Republican Parly Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. ' 2.oo Per Annum i ot ..n oM THE DALLAS EXTKESS, DALLAS, TEXAS SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1020. n. --r..-. , PKICE FIYK CENl Supreme Court Refuses to Re-open Bap tist Publishing House Law Suit. SAYS THIS REFUSAL MARKS 'WELFARE BODY SEES THE THE END OF THE LONGInfED OF TRAINED LEAD- DRAWN OUT SUIT. Nashville, Tenn.. April 15. Tennc secs Highest Sourt In session here today denied the petition of the Mor ris Convention to rehear and re-open the Publishing House Lawsuit Rum ors of this denial of the document . T k T fl hi. tha Hnrnnvi in thA en. A , , , r o d ... . i r. .i y v. .i .v.- k.... about 2:00 P. M., today, and was at once sent broadcast throughout the country, as It Is claimed that this puts a complete end to this case. It Is also predicted here by the ad herents and followers of the Rev. Dr. R. H. Royd and the members of the Publishing1 Roard who are Id...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 April 1920

TAGE TWO THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, APRIL 17, 1020. f velvet brown I- "THE FACE AND SKIN PREPARATION SUPREME" ) if' V.V: Says There is Always a Best IX' EVERYTHING Users of other preparations are turning to Velvet Brown every day. you will "EVENTUALLY." Why not "IMMEDIATELY?" Velvet Brown is BEST for BLACKHEADS", PIMPLES', RING WORMS. LIVER SPOTS, FRECK LES and any other skin blemish. , It will bleach you to a beautiful color. It holds any powder on the face all day long and makes it look smooth and natural. It Is a pleasure to use it for it is "SO DIFFERENT" and so much "BETTER" than the others. " They are paying the $1.10 with a smile now" for they know they are getting their money's worth. It is the wonderful day and night cream. Agents everywhere are making money, why not you? Velvet Ilrown offers opportunity. Don't idle longer write today to DR. FRANK J. HAWKINS, For Ag-ency Suite 102 Pythian Temple, Dallas, Texas A Daintily Perfumed Jar sent by mail : $1.10 On sale at H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 April 1920

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLA8TEXAS, APRIL 17, 1030. lire ai)d Vole iij Republican Priijiari) Coi)tfei)fcioi) MaiJ I5 fe2 (Political Advertisement) I.S S.,,W,.. ,t J,. THE TEXAS COLORED LEAGUE--1920 Be S VM1:- ; -ji.-irr-i HHi R. LEE JONES If Tx ar ntlafttd with bUck-bodi, ring worms, Hirer splotch, pimples, ugly dark and muddy skin Don't writ ne, save your stamp Out If yog want to be TanUlUlnc. Taurine Brown, answer this ad by tending M 10 for. on Ism-six box of Taasliur Brown Skin WhlUnor and bar of toop. 8atifactlon guaranteed or monty refund od. D. C. CHISOLM BOX 6 3. DENISON. TEXAS AUSTIN HOUSTON BEAUMONT SAN ANTONIO WACO DALLAS FORT WORTH WICHITA FALLS B April 18 19 May 8 9 July 4 B 6May 1 2 ? I Uune ! '! i I ' .'; - , AUSTIN .12 1.1!June 19 20 July 24 25 26 Juno 28 27 28 July 17 18 19 September .'...11 1 13IAugut 7 8 9 I I I June 19 20 June . . 6 7IJune 12 13 14 May September .15 18 17 ...11 12 13 HOUSTON August 28 29 30 I July , 4 (April 24 25 2G May 22 23 24AugU8t . .1 July ......

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 April 1920

PAGE FOUR THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLASTEXAS, APRIL 17, 1920. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday Boomln ! the ear at 26(H) Hwlna Avenue. or tua DALLAS KXPOKflfl PUBLISHING ; COMPACT. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. Hew Tork Office, Froat Froat I rf, Mth Street. ChlraKO OOire, Frost Froat, Boy Be Building. . . , Atlaatn Office, Frot Froat. Can aler liutldlnK. . . . Nashville omre, Front Froat, In dependent Lit iiulldlnK. SUBSCRITION IN ADVANCE. One Tear .... ....... 2.00 Six Months'. $1-00 Three MonthB .75 Single Copy 05 KOTICB TO THE) PUBLIC Any erroneoua reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation whlun nar appear In the column of The Pallaa Express will be gladly cor rected upon Its belna- brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Poet Office at Dallas, Texan, a second-class matter, under Act of Congress. March. 187. " IMPORTANT No subscriptions mailed for a less period than th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 April 1920

PAGE ITVB DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN MOTTO: "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DAIAASTEXAS, APRIL 17, 1020. A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR JULIETTE LEE. "OH, WELL, YOU KNOW HOW WOMEN ARR!" Bv Irvln 8. Cobb. "She emerges from the shop. She i any woman and the shop from which ahe emerges is any shop In does not simply that she has been buying anything or that she has con templated buying anything, but mere ly that she has been shopping a very different pursuit from buying. Buying implies business for the shop; shopping merely Implies Duslness for the clerks. As stated, she emerges. Right In the doorway she runs Into a woman of her acquaintance. If she likes the other woman she is cordial. But If she does not like her she is verv very cordial. Very well, then, she meets the oth er woman at the door. They stop for conversation. This woman and her acquaintance take root right there. Persons dodge round them and gin re at them. But does...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 April 1920

rics eix THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLASTKXAS, APRIL 17, 1920. FORT TE3( A 9 PHIL. R REGISTER, REPORTER, IIS4 CALHOOH STREET OUR NEW HOME 3 3 o s li nJ re 3 CC Git Sid thl set wij ..-.r . .' .1 ' . ' ' ,.m. ,i . '. ; N v . ' i -' t ! j : i-J ..Tonne; Men's Chrlxtlan Axttoeliillon Port Worth, Texas, April 15, 1920. Because of limited facilities niak ' lag it impossible for tbe Association to perform Its mission most elfct i?ely new quarters have been secure! At 912 Jonca street, at which place the Association Headquarters will be located on or about April 15th. Every effort is being made to so equip and beautify the new quarters m to make it attractive and induclve to the young men of Fort Worth. Among the many conveniences which will be found at the new location 1 the ' following should i surely meet the approval of the young men of the community: 1. A gvmn. 60 ft by 20 ft will be equipped with all necessary appara tu for physical development Boxing, .wrestling, games and every descrip t...

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