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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 May 1920

i THK DA Mi AH KXrRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, MAY 8, 1020 BEATS ANY BURGLAR ALARM Exceedingly Unlikely That Thieves Will Ever Rifle the National Treasury of Annam. A- Frenchman returned with an Re count of a singiilnr natlonnl treasury In Annum. If the story is true niul It presents no essentia! Improlmbllity the treasury is in no danger of rob bery and Is destined to become fa mous. Now, In Annum lrod safes of good resisting power are for the most pnrt unknown, and, unfortunately, adroit thieves are not. To defend his most costly treasures the native ruler had to resort to some means In har mony with the natural circumstances of the country. Armed guards he could not fully trust. Anlmnls do not steal' money, and nature had supplied the ruler with a creature that could not be wheedled nor killed except with a great deal of trouble. The crocodile Is Buch an ani mal. The ruler would have the croco dile guard his specie reserve. Yet to avail himself of the services of the crocodile he must ke...

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. — 8 May 1920

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 May 1920

1 ; wM HOME EDITION HOME EDITION F&uadnd by w. b. Kiat , v 4 The Republican Party It The Ship, All Else Je The 8ea Fred Deuglas. 12.00 Per Anuu,a VOL. 27, NO. 82. s , 'THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS SATtlUUT, MAI IS. 1920. V FBICE FIFE CE5TS. - m : : . - - - - M f!!mmT!mTI! MAYOR AND STAFF TURN OUT TO HEAR COL SIMMONS IN BRYAN WHOLE TEXAS TOUR AT TENDED; GREAT RESULTS ACCOMPLISHED. - Record Breaking Attendance and Responsive Audiences. . (Special to'' the Express.) Palestine. Texaa. May 13. The tri umphal" tour of Col. Roscoe Simmon through Texaa ended here last Mon day. Despite rain and a aevere light ning storm Palestine extended the glad hand to the mighty Roscoe and one of the most pleasing features of the meeting at the City hall was the large delegation present from the white Chamber of Commerce. At the conclusion of the speaking a delega tion of the white business headed, by Hon. . W. B. Flannigan Invited the speaker to return to Palestine at an early date and address t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 May 1920

r fj I j J Denlson, Texas, May 13. The Odd Fellows held their annual Thanks giving Sunday at Mt. Olive Baptist church. The sermon was delivered by Rev. Quails, former flautor of the M. E. church. Mr. P. Si. Boals and Mr George Harris have returned from Cleburne, where they represent ed Dcnison la the American , Keder-, ation of Labor Union. Mr. J. P. Pollard, President of the American Negro Trainmen, has returned from Washington, D, C, where he trans acted business for the union. Mr. George Harris Is In Marlin, Texas, where ho will undergo a treament for rheumatism. Mrs. Mildred Jones of E. Shepard street is visitlnpr in Jefferson, Texas. Miss Beatrice Black is in Fort Worth. Mr. Bus Stinson has returned from Mckinney, Texas, after a vlBit with relatives. Mt Zion Baptist Church and Antioch Baptist are engaged in revivals. Itev. Roe of the St. ' Paul Baptist Each is meeting with much success. Church, East Nelson street, and his members are rejoicing over a suc cessful rally which cam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 May 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAY 15 1020. pics Trrr.rs TEXAS TOWIIS FONTA. Ponta, Texas, toay 13. The An nual Thanksgiving sermon for the .Odd Fellows and Ruth was preach ed Sunday evening. - Visitors from Rusk and Alto were present, among who were: Messrs. Pat Egbert, M. C. Weems, Dr. O. L. Lattlmore, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Plnkston, MIsa Margaret and Lela Lattlmore from Alto, Mr. George Jacuwju and John J. Bradley, Jr. Rev. E. Powell filled his regular appointment at Mariah. Services both day and night. The reporter had the pleasure attending the County Republican Convention at Rusk, last Tuesday, May 4, and met several of the best men of the county. A regular re-organizatlon waa perfected. Mr. C. H. Pearson of Alto, was elected permanent Chairman and Prof. J. J. Bradley permanent Secretary. Hon. H. L. Price of Cuney, and Mr. C. G. Adams of Jacksonville. Prof. J. H. Howard and Mr. Mallary were elect ed to State Convention. It is expected that all Republicans take interest In voti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 May 1920

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DAI LAS TEXAS, MAT 15 1020. TIIS DALLAS EXPRESS, MtMBEH . NATIONAL NEGRO FRES3 ASSOCIATION. rublinhed every Saturday moraine in the r at JSOO Swiss Aveou. by VKI D1LLA9 EyK9 FTTBLISHIlta COMPACT. (Incorporated) .' Dalian. Texas. Rto Trk cf. Frost Froat H W. 26th Street. ChlvBK 81ms front Frost, Bay t Building. Atlanta Cn. Front Froat, Can alr Bulldlaa. MnakTlll om. Frost Froat In dependent Lira Bulldlns- HOW WE FEEL ABOUT IT. smscitrnox ix advance. 0n Tear ...... Six Months ... Three Months Blngle Copy ... 12.00 $1.00 .75 . .05 noncB to Tire pttbljc Any erroneoua reneetlon upon the baracter, standing or reputation of any person, flrro or corporation whloh nay appear In the columns of The Pallas fixprees will be gladly cor rected upon lt being brought to the attention of the publlahera vtarA mt Post Office at Dall Texas, aa second-class matter, under of Congrena Uarcn, 1S7I. IMPORTANT No subscriptions mailed for a period lens than three montha Payment for name mum...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 May 1920

PAGE K1VB DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN MOTTO: "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAT 15 1920 A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR JULIETTE LEE. rLORENf'E NIGHTINGALE, THE I I.AMY WITH TUB LAMP. One hundred years apro. on May 12, a woman wan born In Florence, Italy, whose life and work today Inspire the army of women fighting against disease and ' all manner , of human misery. She was Florence Nightin gale. "The Lady with the Lamp," the founder of modern nursing, "per haps the most famous woman of mod ern times." The anniversary of her birth will be observed by a country wide celebration, and the preparations for It are now under way, spon sored by the three national nursing associations. Representatives of these associations, together with a number of prominent non-professional men and women Interested in nursing, have formed an organization known as the Nightingale Centennial Com mittee. Among other things. It Is suggested ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 May 1920

LZ1 ZIX THE PALLAS EXPRESS. DAIJiAS, TEXAS, MAY 15 1020. i OUR NEW HOME PHIL. 8. REGISTER, REPORTER, IIS CALKODX STREET PHIL R RKdlSTKU .'.cnYrriEfi of the iokt wobth COLORED ItttAM'U T. M. C A. Ureat interest is being manifested by the citizens of Fort Worth in the T. II C. .A -which lately has moved to larger quarters in order to carry on its work with more and greater eiliciuncy. That this institution has come to Fort Worth to stay and grow is the Impression the General Sec retary wishes to leave with every individual who enters the door of the Association or in any way conies la contact with its aotlvitles. The Y. M. C. A. is a live, active energetic Institution with a mission of service. St Louis, Chicago, Washington, New York and many other cities of the country have proven beyond a doubt the great power of a Y. M. C. A. in a community. Great sacrifices were made, great interest manifested before any of these cities success fully were able to erect the building they now posses...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 May 1920

THE DALLAS '"EXPRESS. DALLA8 ' TEXA8Y Mr 16 iwiao; ology. The pastor, Rev. Ed1 W. Kelly! la In Prairie View State Normal to THE EASTINDIA HAIR GROWER (iOLDKN CRMS OF THJJ WOKLU -OO-CxCX I preach the Baccalaureate sermonj Penny We Use Laundry k Sanitary The G. U. O. of O. F. and Household Ruths had their annual sermon preached at Ebenezer M. E. church Sunday. About three hundred mem bers turned out. Rev. Ed W. Kelly preached the' sermon. Tho Pilgrims will have their annual sermon preached at Ward's Chapel A. M. E. church Sunday, May 16, by Rev. Flfer. SlckllHted: Mr. Richard R. Dennis, Miss Helen Graham, J. H. Simpson and Old Father Barnes. Rev. " J. B. Warren of Van Dale, Ark., Is in town among his many friends. Rev, J. 0. Williams. Prof. M. W. Doan, Prof j N. B. Pemberton are attending the General Conference in Dcs Moines, Iowa. Prof. M. B. Butler, professor of Latin at Prairie View State Normal has resigned that po sition and accepted the same at GOLDEN CHAIN OF THE WORLD Pressing...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 May 1920

Some -Fowns In Texas t eooMeoo ! OAKLAND I 1VHITE WEIGHT Garland, Toxaa May 13. The party piven at the residence of Mr. and iira. West Johnson, Monday night, April 16th was a great Biicceas. Kav. and Mrs. Clark left Friday, April 23. for St. Louis to atteud the Gen eral Conference of the A- M. E, church. Mrs. Josie Jarmos and Mrs. Johnnie Hall have opened a laundry. We should patronize thorn. Master Johnnie Townsell visited in Pallas, Monday April 26. Mrs. Mary Pre cipes and daughter wer called to Dallas, Friday evening April 23 on account of the death of the former's brother. Prayer services are., con ducted at gimms Chapel Baptist church every Wednesday night. There waft a "Box Supper" Thursday night, April 30, at Siinms Chapel for the benefit of the Garland Colored school Proceeds $17.75. Mr. and Mrs. Will Sherman purchased two lots in the Summers' Addition April 27. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Johnson Borved dinner in honor of Mrs. W. B..Pruitt, Friday evening Apr. 30. Among other guests ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 May 1920

it THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, MAY IS 120. PACE NINE v .LiQal happenings. )L ' EVERYTHING FIT TO PRINT . v ... I I J. ALBA AtJSTIN, City Editor I d) To1 QUOTATION. "In the multitude of words there wanteth not sin but he that re trained his lips 'is , wise." Do more and talk less 'and the harvest will be yours bye and bye.' Dallas is again in grip of a great flood. Water, water everywhere in, the lowlands. Washouts, etc., have impaired traffic on Interurban lines between Dallas and Fort Worth im mensely, causing great damage. Crops and other products are des troyed by the crest of the rise. Mrs. Emma Williams, 3028 Flora street and wife of Mr. Adam Wil liams formerly of Texarkana, Texts, was operated on at the Baptist Sanitarium Wednesday, at this writ ing she is reported as resting well. This was gladsome news to her many friends. MVs. M. G. Moore, 2511 Cochran street, has added a sun porch to her home. The porch is wo stories high and is -attractively arranged for summer and...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 May 1920

' r.c.K ticv THE IMTXAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAY 15 1920. CITY HALL AUDITORIUM Monday Night,May 17th, 1920 AT 8:00 O'CLOCK A GREAT MEETING BENEFIT OF ItMGER AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH Speakers: MAYOR FRANK W. WOZENCRAFT, JUDGE E. B. MUSE, ; MR. L. V. LA TUSTE, PROF. H. A. CARR, MRS. J. C. FRAZIER and others. 1t ' A J n f Big chorus under the direction of Madam Portia W. Pittman and Mr. T. Crutchfield. J Anission-25 Cents 9 ','. UV.ELOFTON - - - - PASTOR 6-15-lt ..' T T T T - - - - a a a .....a.-... . . . . - a. A. A. A..... ....A. . c3 n n U L uu f TllM O M . . r-r, ' i i ,, ..- Jj . u ', - I MM... ' I I'",' Wx,. i .4 mh, , J O I,, , ,. V , ,1 . . . . v y V. , f K I :::::::: V-w -7 f 1, ; 1 4 j I , vv ) . I SATURDAY, MAY 15TH ' SPECIAL WESTERN ATTRACTION ' ' Featuring HARRY CAREY IN "A GUN FIGHTING GENTLE A six-reel super-production of the great west. Matinee Daily. 2 P. M. BLACK IIROXCOS CAPS , SEKlliS. GIXTAS OUTCLASSES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS MAC UN AND MCCLUUF. BOMBARD GIANTS ARTaLERT A...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 May 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TKXAS, MAY 15 1020 TO ASSIST CUPID Movement for ."Mixed Clubs" in , City of London. - I J mm Method Mas Been Suggested to Check A Decline in Marriage Rate, Which - " l Viewed With Consld ) erable Alarm. , Social reformers, bishops, clergymen and physicians' are continually remind ing us that in England we need "inure marriage and earlier marriage." The postponement of the agt"of mnrriiige among hien Aintll thirty or the begin ning of middle age Is not a healthy social sign. In the middle class this deferment of wedlock Is attributed chiefly to the increased dlfllculty In earning a sufii. clem Inciiine to support the fumlly. The same factor comes Into play among .the skilled craftsmen who wish to at tain a fair financial position before they undertake the responsibilities fit pureutage, We find, therefore, that early marriages the custom chiefly of the unskilled workerfl, casual laborers and the very poor. The economic question is nqt the only barrier to e...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 May 1920

'''4,' rr.V T1VFI.TF THE PALLAS FXPflESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAY 15, 1920. !. -.1 .' a mm hoted Life in Country Today Compared to twenty Years Ago. , Custom of Sleeping Outdoors, for In stance, Is Growing What the "Movies" and "Canned Muslo" Havf Accomplished, Twenty years ago the Inhabitants of satire villages, up la New York state at Icust, seemed to fear fresh air o' ailghta and slept with their windows cloned. Night air was not healthful, ttey said and a lot of them lived to be ninety-seven even on that theory. The window sashes were nailed down and stuffed with rags at the first sign f snow and we slept under those con tfJtlons. In those days If anyone had prac ticed sleeping outdoors, even la gum mier weather, It would have caused a sensation. "Cracked, 1 swan P the old fanners would have said. The change came gradually, presura . ably because the sons and daughters f the old residents went to work In Om large centers where opened win tftrwg were, If not the rule, surely nbt Ike ex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 May 1920

3? HOME EDITION M T I A -" fill f It'll "V 3 HOME EDITION . ' X 1 Founded by W. x?ng. ' TAe Republican Parly Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea.' Fred Douglas. $2.00 Per Annum - ... - - -. - - - - .. . j i ,i. i. VOL. 27, NO. 83. ' THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1930. FBICB FITE CEHT& mm KriSJSnSCfliDllli CITIZENS OTP T TO SEGREGATE COLORED T J. UULi IJUllIU I (ill FILES INJUNCTION TO STOP MAD RUSH TO NEW KM BERLY. Johannesburg;. May 20. Two white men were killed and acorea Injured In the diamond ruh which occurred in the Taunra dlatrict in South Africa according: to reports received here. The rush, the greatest in the his , tory. or the diamond industry, was ac companied by scenes of extraordinary act vlty. The wildest excitement pre vailed among; the prospeetlve diggers, among- whom were included white men representative of practically every business and profession in the union. Many of these men formed themselves Into "holiday syndicates" and rushed to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 May 1920

iu;e tvio THE DALLAS EXHIESS, DALLAS TEXAS. MAT 20, 1920. o c n 2 '"i i j. A T Denlson, Texas, Hay 20. Rev. J. S. Slaughter, pastor of the A. M. K church, after upending two week attending the A M. E. Conference, has returned home. He reports one of the greatest- meetings In the bls t.ory of the church. Mies Johnie Jones who finished a business course at Langstoa .University. Langston, Okla., is employed at the office of Dr. T. T. McKinney as stenographer. She is more than making good. Miss Elmo Love of Shreveoort, La., is here visiting . relatives. Mrs. Annie E. Davis formerly of this city but now of Tulsa, Okla is here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins Hodge had as their guests, Mrs. Mattie Pierce of Farls, Texas and Mrs. Georgia Wells of Oklahoma City, Mrs. Hodge's nelce and sister. Mrs. Mary Dorsey and grand-daughter. Miss Marie Beckham are in Oakland, Calif., for the sum mer as the guest of her sister. G. W. Reynolds, Vice Grand Mentor of the Knight...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 May 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAY 22, 1020. PAGE TITHES I: fla 1 ( PRESSING OIL I 1,1 WW MADE SV UjH I I V X. 7AanJc &z4(jfomMA.ooitilli Fi WUW OAI.LA3 TEXAS Mi 13 vYtvV. Gives a fine tfloss and Mil li 11 1 HAIR GROWER W . i S WvkS. alias' tka JaJ i S ADDRESS i y Suite 102 Pythian Temple : : : : : Velvet Brown Hair Preparations Surpassingly Fine Adding to the charm and beau . ty acquired from the use of the exquisite "Velvet Brown" Skin preparation Supreme PRICE : $1.10 ' Per Jar Your personal appe a r a n c e is your greatest as set. Don't blame your hair and your skin if they do not come up to your estimate of what they should be. Maybe they do not receive the proper amount of attention which they are due. The infinite care and scienti fic knowledge which enter into the manufacture of VELVET BROWN prepara tions insure you " results which cannot fall short of 'Perfect Satisfaction" Each preparation made by a Doctor. Teachers are finding the agency for VELVET BROWN a paying ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 May 1920

I'AGE FOUR THIS DALLAS EXPRESS, DAI LAS TEXAS. MAY 22, 1920. TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS, MkMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday moraine tm the ear at MOO Bwlae Avenue. by ITBIII DAI.I.A PUBLISHING COMPACT. (Incorporated) Dalle. Texaa, Ira Tark Offlte, Froet 4k Froat I W. 26th Street. Ckleaw Office, Froet Froet. Bey a Building. atlaata Office, Froet A Froat. Can tier BuildlBK. Nashville OOlee, Frost A Froat. In dependent Life Building. SrUSCIUTION IX ADVANCE. One Year ... Eix Months Three Months ... Single Copy -12.00 .$1.00 - .75 .... .05 NOTICE TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, etandlng or reputation of ny peraon, firm or corporation whlun nay appear In the column of The Dallas Eipreee will be gladly cor rected upon Ita being brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Poet Office at Dallas. Texaa, aa aeoood-claae matter, under act of Congreaa. March, 1879. IMPORTANT No aubecrlptlona mailed for a period lesa than three month,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 May 1920

page ftvki DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN MOTTO: "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TKXAS, MAY 22, 1920. A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR JULIETTE LEE. (Continued from last week) Just recently my attention has been called to a private school which want to engage a capable Intelligent nurae who will be able to teach ana oversee the health conditions of th pupils at the same time. The sal ary offered Is a irood one. sllirhtlv more than that paid any of the- icacners. or course only a woman of hlKh grade Intelligence can fill this position and most of those who can meet the requirement are al ready satisfactorily employed. From now we must make any effort to, attract the Interest of our Intelligent and best fitted young wom en to the study of nurstnir. One, In order to properly grasp the- growing significance and Importance of the nursing profession, shmild, at least, be a graduate of a fist class high school "or Its equivalent, but...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 May 1920

ft'CE SIX THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, MAY 22, 1920. AFTER A MARCH OF FIFTEEN YEARS WE COME TO A GLORIUS STOP AT SPRHIGFIELO, lUttlOLS v . -'V ',-v ? .. - - fx k I'M ' ' ' .1'': f 7 its YV" A J ' Automobile, train and air plane are too alow, we pay by telegraph, we run on the wire. THE WORLD'S GREATEST LODGE GOLDEN CHAIN OF THE WORLD That U What They All Say, Who Know us. No quarterly payment; 15 cent . each morfth to headquarter; 90 cent once each fear; 11.50 once each year; $1.00 upon the death of a member any where, until you have paid for 5 death; no more, . that' all that' u. If a member die within 10 minute after paying $1.40 to become financial or at any other time, there Is about $432.00 to $600.00 due. their family $200.00 of It la your home before the undertaker can back hi flivver out of the garage that' us. You pay in all $9.20 a year, that' all that' us. The Chain cannot be broken more people die, more money that' u. Automobile, Sunshine Spe cials, Cannon Ball and...

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