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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 May 1920

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, blA 1, 1020. PAC3 TEXAS TOONS MABX1X . D. Sales is pastor. Sunday night , , ' Rev. M. D. Sales was accompanied Martin, Texas, April 29. We thank by Rev. W. Q. Hunter. P. E., of our Heavenly Father for two-fold Houston District and Rev. Bradley blessings on Sunday. The nrBt, be allowed the soldiers to gather at the various churches in- the morning. Second ,in the afternoon he poured down a Heavenly rain that was much needed. The city was thrown into a gloom of sadness when the news of Aqullla LorA getting drown ed in Sandy Creek on the 27th. He and a parcel of his schoolmates left to spend San Jacinto Day fishing. After fishing a while they went in bathing, young Lord went beyond his depth and was drowned. We ex tend sympathy to the bereaved fam ily. Mrs. Fannie L. Hlghtower of Shreveport. La., is much improved after taking the baths. The reporter has returned from Waco where he had gone to hear the much honored Rbscoe Simmons. TESCFLE Temple. Texas,...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 May 1920

TUB DALLAS EXPKKSS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAY 1,1920. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, MLMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. FublUtx-d every Paturdar morntnf ; Ui oar at 26lt tlwlw Aveaua. by CHH DALLAS EXI1 rCBLISHIHO COM PA NT. (Incorporated) Dal la. Tcxaa. iict rork dm, Froat Froat J rt. 61U Street. C.itfiKO OUti-a, Froat Froat. Bey Atlanta Olhee, Froat A Froat. Can Ur TtulWlinfr. Nashville (n, Froat Froat. Ia dependent Lira Building. SUBSC1UTION INI ADVANCE. One Year $2.00 Six Months . '.$1.00 Three Months .75 Single Copy ...... 05 MORE THRIFT. ISOTICB TO TUB PCBI.IO. Any arroneoua reflection upon the character, atandlng or reputation of any person, firm or corporation whlih iar appear In the columns of The Dallas Expreaa will be gladly cor rected upon lta being brought to the Attention of the publishers. Entered at Pout Offlce at Pallas, Teiaa. aa aecond-clana matter, under Act of Connrreea. March. 1871. IMPORTANT No anbacrlDtlnna mailed for a period less than three montha. Payment tor same muat...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 May 1920

THE DALLAS EXTRESS, DALLAS TEXAS. MAY 1, 1030. PAG IS HVB DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN MOTTO: "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR JULIETTE LEE. As we rend these lines we are re minded that when the greatest of Ne gro poets, THinbar, lived the Negro Press was weak and undeveloped. He had very little encouragement for his songs In the white press at first and no doubt he felt keenly the lack of appreciation for his poetical genius: Hut he says "But still, with faith unfaltoring, I live and laugh and love and sing." We are truly glad that he was not submerged by neg lect and that he kept singing and mm-h Cl to ug.the Petrv we so life w f"re- ,TI'.".WR" "uch a short life, but hla apelndid tribute to Litera te uat0he caPal'ty of his race. Is a fitting monument to his noble memory. The Negro Press is now begging ror the Literary efforts of our young men and women. They are not only offering a "word of praise" but a market compen...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 May 1920

TUit SIX , TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS. MAY 1, 1920. OUR NEW HOME if pksl R. REGISTER, REPORTER, IIS.CALKOOR STREET M la at T6 td, cfl tins to' eel ( .; ' ' . - : x ' t ' . ' -. '. . ! i ' IS i L,- - .- 1 : ruiL ii register Fort Worth, Texas, Aorll 29, 1920. Mrs. T'. 11. Ricliardson of 1309 E. 9th street left Saturday for East Texan to visit relatives and will spond & few days la Hot Springs, Arkansas. Rev. Robert Grlce from Ennis, Texas . spent a very pleasant even ing with bis daughter, Mrs. Ella Lane and visited Rev. ' Durden'g church and lectured to the S. S." We are always gfcad to have Rev. Grlce with us; he also visited the X M. E. church which Rev. R. S. Jenkins Is pastor. At 3 o'clock a course of ice cream and cake was served. Dr. Herbert H. Means has returned from school, and will spend a few days with his parents at 1201 E. llattie street. Dr. Means has been pltending Moharry Dental College for 3 years and will finish next year. This young man has made rapid . i...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 May 1920

THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLASTH.V.VS, MAY 1, 120. PAGE SETES jl BECAUSE THERE WAS NONE COMING AFTER US LIKE US. THE GOLDEN CHAIN OF THE WORLD From We are lonely because we , ask our bank, Dallas' big National bank, they will tell for us all over Texas that's us. Our World's GrfC. O.W. jljiil Phones X 130a and X 4807 Rooms 208-10 2549 Elm Street. Dalian, Texas. ,T. K. TOLAX, 8. K., , J. W. JEFFREY, K 8., MRS. E THAT'S US QKXX GOLDEN CHAIN FORT WORTH HEWS ( Continued Executive Secretary and of the Board of Directors that the men and boys will grasp every benefit, and make constant use of every facility the institution has to offer. Vocational Courses are now going on. One can receive for a very small sum a course in Auto-Mechanics, Electrical Wiring, Typewriting, Shoe-making, Carpentry or Public speaking. If we do not have the course you desire come and have a talk with us. We are here serving the public. Come to our gym. and receive during the next month free lessons in Physical Culture...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 May 1920

r TAGS FIGHT THE DA LIAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAT 1, 1C20. VV"&2"?m2mX W W. Jenkins of Abilene, conduct- ed Brvlr Until itollvorori .i V V t Some Tewns In W-ems ? v TAl'LOE Taylor, Texas, April 22. Mr. C M. Ueesa returned from Houston, wnere he wet on business. Mrs. h. J. Bradford of Hcarne is here Ttsiting Mrs, Mary E. Hill enroute lo Dallas. Mrs. Morris Peonies re- turned from San Antonio where she has been visiting Miss Viola Peoples recently of Galveston is visiting owe. ner old home. Mrs. E. M, C.recn, Kev. B. W. Brawley and Rev. I' II. Jackson attended the Board meeting of B Y. P. U. and S. S. at Uastrop last week. Mt. Calvary Bap tist church raised all told $85.15 Snnday. Deputy Miller of the Knight f Tabor is here In the interest of tbe membership drive for the local Temple and Tabernacle. Mrs. Tim Crayton of the Circleville Community -died Sunday evening after a Ilnger- witf illness at an extreme ripe age. fceing one of the first settlers of this county when land coul...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 May 1920

PAGE NIXE LioGal lappeniHs PR0FESSI05AXS. DRUGS EVERYTHING FIT TO PRINT "THK DA IX AH EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, APRIL 24, 1920. "The Hps of the righteous feed many But fools die for want of wis dom." - Prov. 10:21. Don't forget, vote today. Let us pull together in union there Is strength catch that. Mrs. J. M. Tolbert, after spend ing a ween m Temple attending u meeting of her church returned home Tuesday. Dr. D. A. Wheeler of Terrell, waB.ln the city for a brief stay Wednesday after calling at tthe Dal las express atending to some busi ness the good doctor returned to the Kaufman County Metropolis on a late train Wednesday evening. Mrs. Wm. Banks of 1901 N. Central received a message at 3:30 p. m., Wednesday evening from McKinney, Texas HHTHTH MH MH the serious Illness of her sister, Mrs. Kittle Melton of that place, Mrs. Banks left Immediately for McKin ney. See Sessue Hayakawa in "The Brand of Lopez" a play that fires the Imagination grips the heart and stirs the soul. He played a ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 May 1920

rr;n tkx THE PALLAS EXPRESS. HALL AS KATl'KDAY, MAY I, 1920. WW HIH miHf WtHHHtH t tM(tm I I - - - -. i.-.-....-.-.. . ...... .... . . . , . . , ......iniiittttxH fttfT1 LEWIN'S MARKET' PHONE YOUR ORDERS ' Y 1403 X 1406 nrp Hi! .i i r t nn i nnnn TU il mm MI tm 1 1 I u Jl MM i 4 H a u J n n a 1 Special Prices for ONE WEEK Boll Roast Roast Pork .. 20 ........... 30 I Brisket Roast . . 17 Pure Pork Sausage..... .SO I Back Bones ....... Rump Roast .... Stew Meat ....... Pork Chops .. Mixed Sausage Spare" Ribs ...... : i .....-25 p ....17V4 I 35 -20 1 ...1...-30 I Deliveries made to any part of the city. f fairhno f i'hfrT (We Are Forcing the Meat Prices Down) Automobile Delivery 2411 ELM JOIN THE LOYAL FRIENDS OF AMERICA (2p) The best Order on earth. It pays 200.00 within 24 hours after death and a second Relief each year, in July of about 1300.00 making a total of $500.00. It costs you only $8.96 per year to live in the Order. Representatives wanted In every town in Texas. For further...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 May 1920

MOKTUAItY. John Brown,. LaGrange, Texan, .aged 22, died at St. Paul Sanitari um, Tuesday evnlng at 5:30. His remains were shipped Wednesday evening at 8:30 over the H. and T. C, for LaGrange. Louis Marrales, aged 18 of 1725 McCoy street, died Sunday at Park land Hospital of tuberculosis. Fun eral was held from Chapel of Craw ford Undertaking Parlor, Wednesday- day evening, Rev. A. L. King, of ficiated. Mose Brown, aged 70 died at the County Farm, Friday, April 23. He waa burled Monday at Au burn cemetery. Jennie Henrlcks, 2000 N. Pearl street, April 21, paralysis. Isaac White, 1206 Wall street, April 20, tuberculosis. Susie Jones, 2811 Indiana Alley April 19 nephrlties. Infant of Ellis Coleman, 1900 Canton street, April 16, pneumonia. Jim Farrow, 1213 Pecan street, April 21, cerebrae hemorahage. Van Edmons, 2524 Alamo street, April 23, tuberculosis. Josh Bacon, 308 E. Cliff street, April 24, chronic nephrites. Louis Marroles, 1725 McCoy, Tpril 21, cerebrate hemorrhage. Dave Mitchell...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 May 1920

VCAi TWELVE THR DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, APRIL 24, 1920. ok ii) Eepliblicai) Friniari Convention JVjag 1, 1920 Gil LOSflL Stare and 1:LACK IilLLY SUN DA I FAMOUS , UKYIYALIST Thrill irit Crowds at Evening ('Impel Will Preach on tho "Red DuriUfi; tlie past ween great crowds have packed the Evening Chapel O. M. K church, corner Boll and Juliette streets, wher the Old Fash ioiuvi Holy Ghost and Fire Revivals have been In progress for the pas ten days under the leadership of the World's Famous Rovlvalist, Rev. Dr. J. Gordon McPherson, who is widely known 's'Blaek Billy Sunday." The great audiences have been thrilled by hia fearlegB attacks on the preva lent evils of the 'day. He scores the blacklegs in the amen corners, until many old sinners have trembled . hit tho trail and renewed their cove nant vows in the church, while sev eral sinners have been gloriously converted. The jneetings have stir red the religious forces of Dallas as never before, and it can be said to the credit o...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 May 1920

fife Si 1 Ytt rf9 HOME EDITION HOME EDITION ,, i - ". " 1 " " " " -. i i '' Fooadod by yn. n. Kiat. The Republican Parly Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea."- Fred Douglas. . ' ioo Per Annum VOL. 27, HO. 81. " THE D1LL1S EXPRESS, DALLAS, TKXAS SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1930. PRICK FITB CEKTS. . 1 T" '. ' ' ' . . . ' UPHOLDS JIM-CROW LAW ON LINES RUNNING IN STATE OF KENTUCKY. DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY OF SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS SOUTHERN SEGREGATION SCHOOL Washington, D. C. May (. A coun trywide wave of indignation among Colored citizens and the host of militant American patriots who believe In right and Justice, baa been cauaed by another tnfamoua Dred Soot da ciaion nanaea gown Dy the Democratic majority of the Supreme Court here today. The Supreme Court today upheld the separate coach act requiring the separation of white and Colored pas r,n??r" and ""'ding that it applies i..ithsSouth Covington and Cincin nati. Coving and Erlander Rail way Company, while operating be tween points In Kentucky Justice...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 May 1920

TAKE TflO T11K DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAY 8, 1920. L4WT03T FREE TREATMENT. vv- Y -Y t Tf vY '$ fv ?v ?X vX ?y t V ?! Y ! :! ?! v II SCHOOL EATR E 3211 Cochran Street MOVING PICTURES Sunday "THE INVISIBLE HAND" and JACK DEMPSEY "DARE DEVIL JACK" continued every Sunday. Tf Tf ; ff ' f? ff Tf y Y v A Wssttirtasl itdstiifessj Serial Monday, May 10th Stuart Holmes and Miss Frankie Mann in "TRAILED BY THREE" an ad venture serial in fifteen weekly . episodes and The Mid-night Man continued every Monday. Tuesday, May 11 "THE SHERIFF OATH " a big western play. ii j a" Wednesday, May 12 'HAIR TRIGGER STUFF," a . Western play. ff vv : ft ff fv VY Thursday, May WTHE LION MAN and "THE HOUSE OF HATE" continued every Thurs day. Saturday "ELMO THE FEAR LESS" and "THE MYSTERY OF THIRTEEN" continued every Satur day. Watch for day and date on LOCK LEAR, THE DARE DEVIL OF THE SKIES IN THE GREAT AIR ROB-ERY. V"""1 '.r'-tf3Lf)5:ly : School Theatre ADMISSION 15c and 20c HERBERT BATTS, OWNER AND MAN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 May 1920

PAf.S TT ?. t CLASSIFIED "ADS." THE PALACE THEATRE THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAY 8, 1920. r m X . I I Si ',1 mm ii TMi. ill FiNEST COLORED SHOW SOUTH , Striving to present the BEST in MOTION PICTURE Attractions. V A Share of your Patronage Appreciated Itonham, Texas Music I will open class at once at home. JHJnh LtU Pauline Pejornette, ' 5-8-lt ....Wanted Hear From my son Poster McGlaston. Last heard of. in Dallas. Address Lucy MoGlaston Merlin, Texas. Presenting Bargains m Peyton's Addition 52 Lots and Houses on easy terras. See E. J. Davis, 1916 ('nutty, Route '11, Box 129, ot Kln Ktljf. 1194. 5-8-4t Wlantml. TWO Colored hurhnn for white trade 1402 McKinney Are. It. D. Nobles, Dallas, Texas. 4-2 4-4 1 Wanted Settled Colored wnmnn for cook and house work, good place, no washing. M. Kltcnie, 2700 Swiss. 4-17-4t AYanted to Do Pftnr TTnnclnir and Painting, also carpenter work of all kinds. Neat work a nnwlnltv. Call H. 6969 3001 Thomas, corner Clark streets. Davis and Hunt. WA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 May 1920

tac-z rota THH DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAT 8. 102ft THE DALLAS EXfRESS, MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Puhllnhf-d every Saturday morning m Ui year at 26uO twl Aysnua. by run DALLAS KT'BKM PtTBLISHIJIG COMPAST. (Incorporated) ti.. t. , " Trk omce. Froat "ci'chom.eFroat Froat. Boy - o, Or HiiUdlm.'. ManbTlilv omrr, Fruat Froat, In anpeoiieni Life Building. SlUSCUITION IN ADVANCE. One Year 12.00 Six Months $1-00 Three Months ,. .'5 Single Copy .05 XOTICB TO THE PUBLIC Aay erroneous reflection upon the Character, atandinc or reputation of any prraob. firm or corporation whlnh way appear In the coluanna of The palls Erpresa will be gladly cor rented upon Its being brought to the attention of the publisher. Entered at Poet Office at Dallaa. Texan, aa aecond-claaa matter, under Act of Congreaa. March, 1871. IMPOUTANT No aubacriptlona mailed for a period than three months. Payment for aanie munt be 75 centa. THE DALLAS EXPRESS hu t J never hoisted the white feather, j neithe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 May 1920

DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN MOTTO: "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR JT7LIFTTE LEE. THE BAJITHI.Y TRINITY. We are accustomed to think of the "Holy Trinity." and most of us know what la meant by the term. The Trinity Is composed of three distinct Phases of the God-head. viz: God the Father, God, the Son and God ner.nn ?hen c?,me, the "on. the person of Jesus Chr at. who dwelt amonw us thirty and three vears H HoT' rdhnWh0he Left th5 with J?.08'- Th1 "hould wy be W .v! !'.. comfort us and teach us r" . T"" . nristlans ac cept the theory of the "Trinity" and adjust our beliefs accordingly. nJL,l!fard a yo"nT woman say on one -i ?C ""neia a ramlly a 2"J?,.. falher "other and child lnB ""'Y Trinity'! The application was unique and the thought has remained and presented itself whenever I have beheld a simi lar group. jTl;r.,!1Kl!out.vthe eounfy on this Sabbath day there Is bolna- celebrat ed what is termed as "Mother's Day." ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 May 1920

THE DAIXAS EXTOKSS, DAIXAff, TRXAS, MAT 8, 1920. rr.3 six PHIL R. BECISTES, REPORTER, 115 MLKOUJI STREET T r ' ' .s7 - ; lUIL 11 KKGISTEB .ATION.iL ALMAKCE OF 1'OSTAI, KMl'LOYEES The National Alliance of Postal Employees is an organization which had its birth in 1914. It has at pres ent near 1500 members. Negro Hail way mail clerks from every state in the Union make up its membership. Fort Worth, Texas, has a branch of this organization. This branch was formed In April 1914. with three members. Since that time the branch has steadily grown. The Fort Worth branch has a number of times been complimented by the National Officers for its consistency. The "higher ups" have said that the Fort Worth branch was the best branch in the United States. There are a number of very attractive features, as well as beneficial features, to the organi zation. , The National Alliance pays a $15.00 per -week indemnity in case of any kind of injury, a f 100.00 accidental .loath feature, also a natural de...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 May 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAY 8, 1920. PAGE 8ETIH G0LIKN CHAIK it! :mk t .;.;.;J BECAUSE THERE WAS NONE COMING AFTER US LIKE US. THE GOLDEN CHAIN OF THE WORLD to live us. that's We are lonely because we I ask our bank, Dallas' big National bank, they will tell for us all over Texas that'B Our vest abreast World's G. C. O. W. Plioneo X 1302 and X 4807 Rooms 208-10 2049 Elm Street. Dallas, Texas. ,T. E. TOLAN, S. K .J. W. JEFFREY, S. 8., MRS. E. E. WILLIAMS, S. E. THAT'S US F.XMS Ennis, Texas, May 6. Sunday was a busy day at all the churches and services were largely attended. The funeral of Mrs. Callahan, who de parted this life April 28th was held at Bethlehem Baptist church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The husband and family have our h"-t felt sym pathy because the husband has lost a loving wife and the children a darling mother. Mr. R. D. Washing ton who has been taking an embalm ing course in Chicago has returned home after complctein- his course. Mrs. N. A. Adkina who w...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 May 1920

r.C.K LIGHT THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, WAY .H, J920. Some sPqwhs In Texas CAMERON onieron, Texas, April 29. The P. L Si. County Uuion convened at Cameron Grove Baptist church April Z4ih. Welcome address was deliv ered by Rev. L. J. Johnson, response ley Mr. Able McDonald of Corey's lrovidence. Address by Rev. P. R. Huiuber; Papers by Miss Cleo Burley and Mrs. R. E. Hall ; Remarks by lion. Goo. W. Sledge and Rev. Jack o of Branchville The Branches throughout the county made splendid reports. Pres. A. Cuerington Is deeply interested in the success of the organization. Several visiting soen were present among whom were Messrs. King Lewis and Brown. Sunday was high day at all churches. The A M. E. conference closed with unbounded success. More than $1,000, was raised. Pastor Rev. H, H, Lit tleton spoke at L. Chaple at 11 a. m. from J no. 21-15. The spirit - was manifested in many. Rev. P. R. Jlumber was with his members at Cameron Grove and as usual dcliv etred a live message. Re...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 May 1920

THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS. MAY 8.' 1020. PAGE NIXB liecal happenings 6 X EVERYTHING FIT TO TRINT t 1 V "A 'A.- J. ALBA ACSTIX, City Editor i : : "tm " r--1( v -4S- - -"" - -'-"'- '- J " . ' ' ' -tj'-: r mmnm i . After having had a successful op eration at a local sanitarium, Mrs. "Win. Craig, 1208 South Preston is now at home. Mrs. James Wilson 2314 Cochran street was called recently to attend the bedside of her husband, James Wilson, Who is confined in North Louisiana Sanitarium at Shreveport, as a result of accident received in a rail road wreck. Mr. Wilson's injuries are very serious. After closing of her school, Mrs. A. B. Butler returned last Friday from Weldon, Texas. Mrs. Gussie Nelson was entertain ed by the Married Ladles Charity club at the home of Mrs. L. Moore, 2511 Cochran street, prior to her departure for Detroit, Mich., where she will Join her husband. The Methodist and Baptist church es of Booker T. Washington's addi tion tendered beautiful iioial offerings ...

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

rAGK TEN TITE PALLAS EATRESS. T ALIAS TEXAS, MAY 8, 1920. ; - - - . m. I- 1 Till BET. A. B. CKIGCS. Veteran Odd Fellow and charter member of Dallas Union Lodf? ;e No. 1940, will preach the Odd Fellow sermon, Sunday May 9th at Fytman Temple. THE NEGRO A STWBIJNU BLOCK TO THE fsQUUEK.S BOM'S : . . v By H. L. Robinson. - ' in leaving Little Rock, Ark., cn ioute to Memphis, Tenn.. May 2nd, an ex-soldier (white) was reading the Arkansas Democrat, where the Cham ber ot Commerce of the United States would go on record as opposed to the granting of a Bonus to soldiers who- served in the World War, by adoption of a resolution submlttel for action by the resolution commit tee in the initial session of its eighth Annual Convention. The resolution declared that not only half a mil lion Negroes in the South, who prob ably would receive 4500. or G00., would quit work until the money was spent etc., turned and asked uny compensation from our service iu I was; he replied I am afraid you fellows are...

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