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THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DAIXAS TKXAS, APIUIj 17, 1020.
VAC.K TKS SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE From tha Norel lr ttichard H. Dni an Allan Dwan Pro duction Preaentwl by Mayflower Photoplar Corporation Bealart Pirtorea Cor- IJLl,,i, 'W"iiVri-i u jceaian M Mm J -ut- . GRAND CKNTRAIi THEATRE Tiiwu and M ed, April 20 mi I 21st, 1020. THK BOY AMOXU THE MOISTAI.N (KitiS AM) I'EAKS ABOVE THE (LOIDS IS WARNED AND Al. MOXI.HHED TO WATCH HIS S'itr AS HE tIJMIJS. W T . . a tAiiAiiillltttltittttl (Continued from Page 9 one false step here means death," 'watch your step,", my guide con tinued," not only in this mountain, but in your home, "Watch your Btep in society," "Watch your step in the hour of temptation," "Watch your wordtt, for every word, is a step," "Watch your deeds, for every deed is a step," "Watch your hands, for every touch, every contact is a step," "Watch your deeds, for deed ia a, step," "Watch your hands, for every touch, every contact is , a step," "Handle not, touch not the unclean thing." Who was this guide, .this most sainted man of all men? Allow me to introduce him to you, my boys of America. Here is his most ven erable and sacred title. His name is Old Prudence, bedecked with "Wisdom and Knowledge- and Truth. Follow him through life. Old Mr. Prudence took me to the very apex ,or summit of the lofty mountain, and facing me in a man ner which he never before Bad taken, and pointing his finger directly in my eyes moving his Hps as if in deep whispered prayer, without uttering a tone, before speaking, said, 'Watch your habits, for in these are the issues of life and death, in these are the formation of what is pleased to call character." "Watch, he con tinued," your desires and measure thera; ponder them, try them at all times, and see if they are. chaste, remember that unchaste desires are kindled by bloody fires, and these are ruinous if not curbed." Old Mr. Prudence banished and left me to myself. But being left his counsel, his ambition, his early guidance ,all have been of use to me in life, and I commend them to the boys who would climb this mountain of life. Take them, use them freely, bind them about your neck, but keep them as a mirror. See yourself each day as you arrange your toilet, as you make your rounds. DENISON READERS NOTICE. Xew Agent to Take Charge of Cir culation and Greater Dallas Ex press Promised. Mr. D. C. Chlsolm of Denlson has entered Into contract with The Dal las Express Pub. Co., as exclusive agent to supply Denlson citizens with the Express weekly and to report all news happening of Im portance. The Express management feels that It has scored one more hit in securing the services of Mr. Chlsolm and takes this method of thanking all Denlson people for any assistance which they might render hlra. The Express will be delivered weekly to your home or It may be secured by calling at Davis Tailor shop, 217 West Woodard street. ' . - ......... - a a a a a a a a r JVil nnr MM mi A Ajfji. It urn 1 Ani-.l 10-70 III i a"3 " r? m i r ift a t v MM k. t Mon. and Tues., April 19-20 'The Great Air Robbery" I 10 Ml!, MOV TO BR SPENT FOn New York. N. T.. April 16 A total of 110 729.263 Included in the biidi gel or the communion co-operating In the Inter church. Movement opertlna- In the Tnterchurcn Movement In for the educational, mlHslonary and benevolent work amonr our people to be done by four communion whose rVl bnp,,r,fhl5 agKreifate more' than 4.000,000 of the race of this country. Moat of the money to be rained for work amonir our arroup ia In the buduet of the National Rnptlat Con vention. The total of aaklna of thla denomination amounting to $$10 850 000 is made up of the following Itetna: Foreign MIsHlonn. $2,200 000; home mission. $-3,860,000: American education $2.00,00O; American relig ious education. $635,000; American ministerial support and relief, $350 -000. special work by women $600.00 and items of a general nature amount ing to $6.00. The asking of thla denomination covers a five year pro pram, $2,060,000 of the amount ia to be paid during- 1920. The $260,000 asked Tor the work of the Colored Methodist Episcopal Church la for collece and schools supported by this body. The African Methodist Fplsoopal Zlon Church, with askings . for $12,000 will dis tribute the amounts as follows: For emen missions,- $62,000; , Home mis sions $60,000; American education $60,000; American ministerial sup port and rellpf.HO.000 and miscellan eous work $10,000. ...... m. e. ciiuiirn nti.HRS pastor's PAY. ' 1 (Associated Negro Press) Baltimore, Md., April IB. Bishop J. C. Hartzell of Africa, was present and addressed the Methodist Conference which met in this city recently. i:y a resolution adopted the conference decided that the average salary of Its pastor's be at least $12,000 annually. The following were elected delegates to the General Conference which meets in Hps Moines next Mav. Revs. Er nest I.ynon, W. A. C. Hughes. M. W. Clair and N. J. Naylor. The bal lott for alternate delegates was taken and I O. Perm., C. P. Ford, Ida R. Ciimmliiirs and Edyth Cooper were elected delegates by the lay elector ial conference. VRiE LAilORKI TO PUT IJT FULL TIME. (Associated Negro Press) Chattanooga. Tenn.. April 15. The problem confronting Chattanooga Manufacturers association employment bureau. . The migration of Neproes from the south has seriously handicapped in dustry in many of the southern cities, according to reports gathered. Dur ing tbe war thousands of Negroes formerly employed in southern manu facturing enterprises left for the war factories of the north. Hundreds left ChHitnnooga. Reports from other cities Htate that they have not returned, hot are tHking the place of foreign labor in the north and east, S. '. TEACH l-:nl MEET FOR BET TEll SALARIED. Columbia, s. C, April 15. The an nual eonvintinn of teachers in the Co!"rcd s-bool plowed laHt week after hf.ldintf one of the bet sessions In history if the nssociftMon. accord- in:' to etnteioenlH trtnt teachers wh liii.o b'-n i 1 1 r. fl ) n xr the meetings for a number of yrat-H. Tlie teachers are j In earnesi about improving iueir rhi"!i s'ho!tirHhlps, character of I tfcbf;iiiisT ; "d better Blarlen. . SATURDAY, APRIL 17TH- SPECIAL FRACTION WM. S. HART, featuredjn the six-reel triangle production "THE DE SERT MAN"-One day only Matinee 2 p. m. 4 4.j.j.j.i..4.xj.iL.i.x4..mi.m t hh.HhM- , SUNDAY, APRIL 18TH ' FRAHCIS FORD in his latest serial photo-play- ffnnimrriMf llr J nil UTS tKf U, 13 also TEXAS GUNIAN known as QUEEN OF THE WEST in a western at traction and LTITLE, SAMBO and SNUB POCLARD in one of their comedies. Y 1 . aV.vf.'Vf :::::r!.v,'.-vl:.' art im.m Mm fc r. t i ty - rTTTTTT WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21ST. .The Great E i in his latest serial pro duction, also a two-reel western attraction and a- Lucky '13." Comedy ELMO FEAR LESS continued every Wednesday Matinee 2 p. m. 1 Positively the greatest and most sen- t; ;;;;; sational motion picture ever produced seven reels ot thrills brim full of action, a melo-drama -.actually staged in THE CLOUDS. This production ia positively guaranteed to satisfy the greatest ,... motion Dicture ever shown at any theatre. Matinee Monaay TiiBBdav at 2 d. m. Blatliiee admission tliildren under 10 years ' " . ' ... mrtl.VWV of ae J5 tents; Adults, 20 cents; mum prices, Children 20c; Adults, 23c Two 2 ill days only Monday mid Tuewiay, piu 10th ami 20th. LOCKLEAR The Daredevil of the Skies in T Staged in the Clouds i ,...,,. . Uhoo OO.Mt M ........ . HM.O ........ .MM M . .... .... () with FRANCELIA BILUNGTON niversa,L Jewel Production de Luxe RIDE on the tip of an airplane's wing, with the earth a mile below, ' SOAR with the camera! CHASE Locklear through the cloud banks! WATCH him change planes in the air! . ' THINK what smuggling in an airplane means to men who know no international borders! SHIVER with the thrill and glorious hazard of the United States Air MailServicel ' What Jules Verne dreamed What the Wright Brothers proved possible . . What vthe motion picture was invented for That's what this air-drama is! It has never been equalled for excite ment And it can never be approached for daring. Universal Picture -j- - -j - r -l. THURSDAY) APRIL 22ND SPECIAL ATTRAC TION EXTRAORDINARYTHE EYES OF THE WORLD." The greatest western story ever written by by America's foremost author. HAROLD BELL WRIGHT. One Jay only Mati nee 2 p. m. I- ' FRIDAY, APRIL 23RD-Our New Serial Pro duction "TRAILED BY THREE," also EDDIE POLO in a western production and a side splitting HANK MANN comedy "TRAILED BY THREE" continued every Friday, matinee 2 p.1 m. x a 5 1 4 'I "t it 11 . II COMING MONDAY AND TUESDAY, APRIL 25TH AND 26TH. WM. FARNUM in .a master-picture "TALE OF TWO CITIES." ONLY ONE CHANCE IN 'A MILLION "We beg to announce to our many patrons" that our balcony is being completed as quickly as pos sible owing to delay of steel to be used it has taken more time than was at first thought to complete this structure and we want to assure you that our bal cony will be just as secure as any ever erected at any THEATRE. And you may feel just as safe up-stairs as down. We thank you. t. a. a a a. a a a a. a a a j. a a a a a a a a a a. j. a a a ., -j PVtttTT?" ""TTTTTTTTTTttTTTTTTTTTT 1 y I J' . v-...: m- . j1' -v:.W t Vi n J 1 ft! JTSIMO crept out on th ilendnr rv Drancri till tt taggeH with " his welitbt. A moment mora and Kdlth would be In rnch. A hot rang out then another. Sea what happened ! It la one of tha tense momenta In thla bl; thun dering aerial. Sea It Todar. TheMihty,Hhtin ELMO LINCOLN TVnithriUyou.chill I you and burn you f uptvith excitement I HI , ,.,n , 4va.i44.ai4JiAa.aia.a.J.i mt "THE AMUSEMENT HOME FOR T HE COLORED PE0PLL .C3 H jvu IA uvil M IT PJI nl Tr im a BR JOE TRAMMEL, MANAGER mt n Ml Ml nn 44t ' hMhH'