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THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, APRIL 17. 1020.
PACE ELEVEW A. t Y f T t t t t t ? YOU ARE INVITED To Attend Tfie Opening of Our Grocery Company (The first of a chain of cash stores to be operated by Colored people, at the corner of COCHRAN AND CENTRAL AVE., TUESDAY, APRIL 20TH Come and enjoy the event' and celebrate with Dallas Colored Housewives, in a store owned and operated exclusively by Colored men and women. . ' Come to the opening where bargains await you. A. R. PRYOR, MANAGER. J. H. JONES, Pres. E. COSTON, Secy E. J. BURSON, Treas. t t -? ? T f ? ? ? ? T Tl "V T ? ? ? t ? ? I frail Soifei Jkmk'Q on DALLAS TO HAVE NEW COLOR Kl IIK.II SCHOOL. AITliOI'ltl ATION TO HE MADE IN FIRST BUDGET. SALARY OF TEACH ERS TO RE INCREASED WILL COMMENCE WITH NEXT TERM. Pallas Negroes are to have since the carrying of the 1,500,000 school bonds a new $100,000 high school according to an ultimatum made by W. E Greiner, president of the Board of Educaton, Wednes day. The 'first building to come out of the new fund will be the north Dallas High School; second, a grade school for Mt. Auburn district and the Roberts school on Gaston and College avenues. Fourth In line Is the erection of a High school for Colored. These building, Mr. Grein er declares will receive the first ap propriations fffcm the $1,500,000 fund and will be used as soon as it is available. The Board of Education 'began the work this of preparing a new schedule of salaries for teachers of city teachers In lieu of the 30c tax However the Increase will not go into effect until September pos sibly as funds for the 30c tax voted on In- Tuesday's election will likely be available until early fall, COMMERCIAL. A Colored laundry has opened and Is operating at Boll and Central. Their force number about ten and about fifteen will be put on as soon as the other machinery is put in place. Mr Dick Whitaker Dallas Ex press agent at Whitak'er'B Cafe has entered the commercial field with a brand new Ford truck 1 for trans fer business. - . There is much unrest among the Colored stockholders) of the Little Motor Kar Co., due to the failure of that concern which Is now In the hands of the receiver. Messrs. A. It. Tryor, S. T. Simp son and II Lee Jones are planning to build a two or three story busi ness block on 'Jackson St., near Har wood treet, which is very much needed. POLITICS. ganlzlng a Colored Grocery Com pany, the nightly dreams of the promoters have become a realiza tion. The movement having for Its purpose the establishment of a chain of caHh grocery stores in each section inhabited by Negroes - Thel initial effort has been accomplish ed and the firnt store or store num ber one will throw open its doors April 20, 1920 for the reception of the trade. Shares for store No. 2 will be placed upon the market soon. The organization bears the name of "Our Cash Grocery." Now that the Bond issue carried let the Welfare Board, Business Men's League, ,'N. A. A. C. P., Lodges, churches and all civic or ganizations demand the teacher, and student get all that is due under the measure. See that a new high school is erected and the ward schools are put nto a near bearable condition. The qualified voter will hear in mind, May 1st s the date selected to elect delegates and alternates to the National Convention at Chicago, also choosing the Presi dential electors. May 8th is the date of holding the Congressional conventions and .May 25th is the date cf holding the Republican Slate Convention at San Antonio. WILL OPEX TO THE PUBLIC TUESDAY. After putting forth weeks ' of continuous efforts with hope of or- ' Don't fail to hear Mrs. T. H. Miles, Mtinger Avenue Baptist church, Tuesday evening, April 20. Big song contest between her stu dents. Don't fall to hear them. Prile to the best singer. Your Talking Machine Needs Clean ing for the Spring. All Makes Talking Machine Motors Repaired. llKI'KODUUEltS A SPECIALTY. GEO. DOOLEY Phone Y 2003 Dallas, Texas 237 Commerce St., 4-3-4t Wanted Settled Colored woman for cook and house work, good place, no washing. M. Ritchie, 2700 Swiss. Tf Tf Tf Tf ?? Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf -Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf ft Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf fy. ?Y Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf y n Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf ft Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf vy H yy Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf y Tf HIGH SC 3211 Cochran Street 00 T SUNDAY "THE BLACK SECRET" AND "THE INVISIBLE HAND- ' CONTINUED EVERY SUNDAY Sunday is the last of the BLACK SECRET. Start: , -ing Sunday the 1 st of THE JACK DEMPSEY SERIAL "DAREDEVIL JACK" ' MONDAY "THE MID-NIGHT MAN" AND "THE FATAL FORTUNE," continued every Monday. TUESDAY, APRIL 20TH ; "HIS DIVORCED WIFE" featuring Monroe Salisbury.. See his. divorced wife and know why women sob in the hush of night and laugh in the high noon sun. See this photo-play here Tuesday one day only. , , THURSDAY "THE LION MAN" and "THE; HOUSE OF HATE," continued every Thursday. . SATURDAY "THE ADVENTURES OF RUTH" AND "THE MYSTERY OF 13," continued every Saturday. Coming next Sat urday, April 24th, "ELMO THE-FEARLESS ." igh School Theatre ADMISSION -:- 15 Cents and 20 Cents HERBERT BATTS; Owner and Manager V? Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf . y n Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf ; n Tf Tf Tf y tt Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf H -ft Tf Tf YY yy ff tt yy YY tf . ft ft !ff tt tf , ft ft ft ff tf tf tt YY ff tf ft -YY JOHN HARRIS, Owner and Manager EVERY SUNDAY w A Am fi 11 T H E 4 Featuring Kathleen O'Conner and Jack Perrin. Biggest and greatest western drama ever produced, continued every Sunday. Also j "THE LURKING PERIL,", opening episode, April 18, 1920. The p$ 'K " 132 L M LKLA I M Y2 1 LKY btKIAL. r eaturmg Anne Luther and George pSt I'BMByw'yto?rou Parkin. The most sensational and thrilling serial ever filmed 15 . T' episodes continued every Sunday. " ADMISSION: Adults, 20c; Ten Year Old Children, 15c :-u. i-; 1 A U.iM.t.itai,inMjiua.- 1 1 t EVERY MONDAY - "LIGHTNING BRYCE" : (New wonder serial featuring Ann Little and Jack Hoxie continued ) every Monday, also JACK DEMPSEY. The best known man in (the world in a million-dollar Pathe serial "DARE DEVIL JACK" -continued every Monday. ." ' JOHN HARRIS. Every Thursday . "The Invisible Hand' Featuring Antonio Moreno and Pauline Curley Vitagraph's latest serial, continued every Thursday. 1 SPECIAL FEATURE ATTHAGTIOn TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 21, 1920 MATINEE EACH DAY AT-2:30 P. M. "SOLDIERS OF, FORTUNE" A'romantic and gripping story depicting the adventures of a daring mining engineer written byjhe famous novelist Richard Harding Davis an ' Allen Dwan production. Featuring Norman Kerry and Anna Q. Nilsson. Imagine loving a girl you had never met. He had never even cor responded with her or .as much as telephoned her, yet he was madly,. blindly in love. When the hero engineer found the girl he knew he loved hated the home he thought he had "built to suit" her? Even his associates1 grated on herl The surroundings bored the girl. She was thoroughly wretched. Only Richard Harding Davis could describe such a situation. You will find it in "SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE." Not a'war just a red blooded adventure. ADMISSION: Adults, 25c; Ten Years Old Children, 15c CTj! AH TGI1TI JOHN HARRIS, MANAGER COLORED TROOPS FIJIK OX CIV- .ILIAX9 WHO JEEIt AT THEM. Frankfort, April . IS.-By Cour ier to Coblenz) Colored French troops turned a machine gun on a crowd In the Schllerpatfl this after noon killed a man and, a child and wounded eight women and forty- four men, some of them seriously. Six Germans were klMed and thirty-five wounded In an affray here today. Order finally, was re stored. Berlin, April 15. A private tele phone message reaching Berlin late today reports a serious clash be tween Colored, French troops and crowds of civilians in front of the main postoffice in Frr.nkfort The troops are" said to have been annoyed by the crowds which con tlnously Jeered 'at them, whereup they opened Aire, seven, pprsons and wounding many otters including women and children. The message said the feeling of resentment among the civilian pop ulation was visibly increasing as a result of the incident. OAK CLIFF. Oak Cliff. Texas, April 15. The Republican mass meeting of Oak Cliff was held at Crabtree Hall. Hhf meeting ' was addressed by the Hon. Harry Beck, A. S. Wells, H. G Gorn, C. L. Boswell and B. May field. .. . The following officers were elected for precinct: N. G Penn, Chair man; Aaron Clark, secretary; C. C. Martin, treasurer. Collection for the expense $9.25. Same wav ord ered to be submitted to the Dallas Express for publication. Aaron Clark, Secretary. AN INDUSTRIAL OPENING TO THE MEXEltAL PUBLIC, THE EXTK11PWSE LAUNDRY, A COLOR. ED INSTITUTION', LOCATED AT K3 NORTH CENTRAL To do all kinds of laundering for any and everybody at a very reasonable price and certanly looking for the patronage and support of all the Color-, ed people. Request the presence of every Colored person in Dallas, little nr hfp amall nr orunt anti all , 1 i ,n-M l 1 1- m . . . - . - - -o v. n . i. .. tii. ... tx l Tt nil Liuinm ill mii v n i Ti i m nn K ineir general opening ror Dusiness on Monday, evening, April 19th at from 8 to 12 n. m. Rpfruuhnmnta will ha ao,nA w.. . r w . . . ij ij . i . u . i ru, ujuaiu vy . Uilllll Shnrt tnllra hv tha nrnfamiliinnl lumtniuid nnA 1 K i - . A..D.inl u i .. , 1 1 . j i . . .a . - - . . . . . . . . ......... .im ui i. k u i.uc uytruill iuia v-uwieu luuuury miuieining taBiing in nistory. r , Every pastor, preacher and leader of the Colored people of Dallas are requested to please announce this Industrial opening to their people and are specially invited to be present Monday eveniDg, April 19tli at thin ntln sW THOMAS CLEM0NS, Bus. Mgr. FRED S. MILES, Pres.