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THR DAIXAS EXPRESS. PALLAS TEXAS, APRIL 24, 1920. ofce1 ii) EJepUblicai) Friijiary Gotytfeijfcioijai):!, 1920 ::JG sera asp u G1TY16GAL The Dallas Express Is a secular nnwupaper of the people by the people and for the people and with special privilege, to none. Your news Heron and subscriptions are always solicited by our agents who are always ready to conform to the wishes of he people Irrespective of their fitandlng. Th Junior Bethel A. M. E. church entertained the little folks on the church lawn with an egg hunt last Friday evening. Quite an enjoyable evening was spent by the future church men and women. Mr. Max Kail of Oakland, Cal., was tn the city on business pertaining to dining car service on the Southern raclflc railroad lines. Mrs. Hall Is supervisor this department. Mr. Tercy Buck, a former Dallas man wasilso In Dallas this week from Oakland. Cal. Mr. Buck was appointed In February to supervis ing instructor of Dining Car Service over the lines of the Southern Pa cific. ' ' The national association for the Advancement of Colored People will meet Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Tythlan Temple. AH old members are asked to come out and renew ther membership. New members are also especially Invited, news of Importance to be dispatched with. A well prepared program has been arranged for. A. S. Wells, president; Prof. G. W. Porter, secretary. LOCAL BASE RALL NOTES. The owner of the Dallas Black Giants had a general Bhake up In his club after an observation from the bench the weak spots In the team which was responsible for the loss of Sunday's game. The ' re sult of this observation was the handing of several players their un conditional release. Charlie Elder last year's hot corner man who was assigned this year to second base duty also received the ax In the shake-up. Three experienced play ers have been signed by Mr. Whitak er. ' DEATH REMAINS VICTOR IX DALLAS. STORK NO MATCH VOIl THE MONHTKK. From April B to 21 Inclusive, fourteen deaths have ' occured ac cording to a compilation of records in the office of MIrs Smith, city's statistician of births and deaths. Records In this department also show from a similar period only ' nine babies of Negro parents have been born from April 4 to 21 In clusive four of these are boys and five are girls. At this rate death remains the victor In Dallas. Deaths. ' Sam Williams, 2507 Main street, April 6. Walter Jackson, 2203 Cottonwood, April. ( Eulit Taylor, 3232 Grnd ave- nue. April. Rev. Geo. W. Norrls, 1924 Mar- caretta, April 9. Rudolph Shields, 823 Eads street, April 7. ; Paul Sheely, Dallas County, April 9. : Minis ' Best, 3803 Watts sftreet JVprll 8. Beatrice names, 1109 South Tearl, April 11. Jane Williams, 2910 Commerce Btroet, April 13. Luclnda Hamilton, 2629 Juliette, April 13. Wm. Collins; 2216 Clark street, .April 15. James French, 2441 St. George Ulreet, April 19. Ella Lander, 3568 Spring ave nue, April 10. Alice. Porter, 2104 Runnells, April 21.' ' Births. To Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, 1634 Sherman, April 11, a girl. To Mr. and Mrs. Amos Roberson, 1107 Branch street, April 12, a boy. To Mr. and Mrs. P. Bargay, 1508 Gaston Road. April 12, a girl. To Mr. and Mrs. Eliza Hatchett, 1212 Sneed Alley, April 12, a girl. To Mr. and Mrs. Goliath Marton. 1120 Canal. April 15, a boy. To Mr. and Mrs. W A. Mlddleton, "907 S. Carroll, April 17, a girl. To Mr and Mrs. L. A. Richards, 326 Miller avenue, April 18, a girl. To Mr. and Mrs. Win. A. Light foot, 1718 Gaston Road, April 5, a boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Euzell Wlkins, 3508 Greenwood, April 4, boy. by the people. Just as the sheriff of your county is elected as the tax collector or the county clerk. The laws says ad. Be sure when a person claims to be Republican County Chairman that you find out where he got his lit tle. If some body appointed him Republican County chairman, he is no more chairman than a man In Siberia. , 4 Republican Nation Chairman, will II. Hay b says the Republican party stands for Law and Order. Con duct your Republican County af fairs according to law and order will be maintained. Remember election day la Saturday May 1, 1920. Vote for the E. H. R. Green and Ed McCarthy delegates to Republcan National Convention. TIIK BOY 4l'ENT10X IS BEFORE TIIK HOlSKl TIIK FIRST THING FIRST. TIIK HOJIK IS TIIK 1(0 YS TKAIMNU OAMPj BOYS' EQUIPMENT NOT TO HE INFKIUOK TO THAT OF HIS SISTERS' BIT KQl'AL IN ALL RESPECTS. WHY MAKE A IHFF KREMK IN THE ALLOTMENT I. The Boys' rlmtOM to be Placed on . tbv Walls I" the Front Honnu Thy are Born to lead, as It 1 Said. A Little i'lilld Shall Lead Them. The :iilld it father to the Man. COLORED REPUBLICANS URGED TO MAKE 1'SK OF R ALLOT BY VOTING MAY 1. Listen! Have you ever thought of this? A person to be Republican County Chairman must be elected The Cotton .String to Grow Into a Cable of Affection. 17 V w Harllee. The boy now and then the man. Boys are the stuff out of which men are made. Like boys like men. The stalwart man Is but the product of the replica of the boy. If we have mannerly men, then we must have that quality in the boys.' Do we pay enough attention to the boys our future men? What special consider ation do we pay them? I am surprised at the vast differ trence and performance and even difference that the white people pay their boys wearing knee pants, and the little or no attention at all paid the boys of the same tender age of my race. What marks this difference of attention? Why Is It that we do not give our boys the same consid eration and make them feel some body cares for them? Other wise they eeem to say, "No body cares for me and I care for no body." This Is seen in the actions of the boys in many public plases. The time has come when a change ought to l.e made, and made for the best. Who will take the lead tn this new and highly Important lead? Give the Bojs a Push. Let us give the boys a push by opening a gate in their faces, so they may as the old Roman boys and lualds of Imperial Rome as they marched around viewing the great Peas and the achievements oi their parents and predecessors, "All that you have been and more too, we expect to be." This is what we want to hear our boys and youngsters nay, say It in dead earnest. The Boy in the ll;we. We usually give the boy a room that Is not so pleasant, the one not well lighted, not cared for, not up-to-date. r His furniture Is not . well selected1; tho window pane la out, something is wrong, lacked an.1 loosed. If there Is a broken chair, a piece is broken off of a pitcher's Hp that goe to Johnny's room, if the table can not be used for any thing else, that goes to the boy a. If the carpet is a little shabby, wher must it be sent? To the boys' room i of course, as a matter of fact Are you ready, to say without hearing nny more statements that you are already condemned and now you wish to plead guilty? Why the Boys (ret Tired of Home. The things and often the kind of treatment drives him away from the place inglorlously called home ?nd the treatment and the allotment that fall to him as compared to those allotted to his sisters. On the rthor hand sister must have the N.it room, the best carpet, the .best furnishing, and the best of every thing; and not the girls should have less but that the boys should have mere of everything and better hings. So -we are coming more and more to realize that something serious Is to be' undertaken if we succeed in keeping a check on our boys. They :ire slipping away from our hnnds id out of our grasp. We ave in many respects the very agents that drive them o destruction end thn cisappotntment by our cwn action end perhans the want of fore slaht, Jid prurience. It Is of course no, nur Int-ntiona' to do this, but it is "ne jiint the same. We have tried id methods, but suppose now we try ome other plans. Wise men change, hut. fools never. Give the Bvs Something to Io. The 1-ovs like other people, must have something to do at home, home ' their training cnmp, home la their fortress, the corner stone and PROFESSIONALS. ( . DR. E. E. WARD, 3 lliaLlun IIJDItiUtll USUI Surgeon, V - - JS, J ' J Room 205 1 t f Pythian Temple, H K '. Phones: X 5378: jl- Res. H. 5257 V. S. RODGERS, SPECIALIST Refractive and muscular er rors of the eye. "Masses correctly fitted. The ex tiflc fitting In pert tests and e x a m i n a tton made for glasses Insures a scien every case. made,8- T T888 Kit NORTH CENTRAL AVE. Dallas, Texas, OPT- B. O. ' (A F',i THE PALACE THEATRE DR. P. r.1. SUNDAY, Physician and Surgeon, Ofllce Pythian Temple. Resilience 2411 Thompson. Office Phone X 4232 Residence Phone H. 689. . 4-17-41 Dr. B. T. Hamilton, Physician and Surgeon. Room 215 Pythian Temple; residence 8303 Thomas Ave. Phones: Ofllce X 1144; residence H. 4027; Ofllce hours: 10 a. m, to 12 m.; t to 0 p. m.; 7 to 8:80 p. m., Dallas, Texas 11-8-tf Office Hoars 10 to 12 s. m. 2 to 4 p. m. Phones Residence H. 2887 Office H. 2676 6 to 8 j. m. DB. RUSSELL H. TROTTER, Medicine and Snrjrery In Connection With Morgan-Busch Sanitarium 10274 Boll St. at Central Dallas CLASSIFIED "ADS." LemmonElectrio Company the Old Reliable Electricians. All kinds of Electric Work, Repairing and House wiring a specialty, 817 Al len Street, Phone II. 4521. 4-21-tf 777 KNIGHTS DAUGHTERS of Tabor -Listen. m To all international Order of Twelve Knights and Daughters of Tabor, hear and obey; On the 28th Day of April A. D. 1920, you will choose to meet Grand High Priestess, Daughter Mary A. Rice at New Hope Baptist church at 2:30 p. m. Done by order of all Presiding Offlicers. P0R0 SYSTEM. Have your hair treated at th ROYAL BEAUTY PARLOR Special attraction given to your scalp by MRS. C. J. NORSE WORTHY and MRS. J. HAMIL TON, 1800 Jackson Btreet, phone X 2789. PHONE X 5098 -LET- CHMIBERS AND COMPANY make that Spring or Summer Suit for You. Some thing snappy and full of "pep." See their novel line of suit paterns. Everything right Cleaning, pressing H and dyeing. - , R. II CHAMEEPvS & CO., i :z -c: 211 N. Central Avenue oasis of their boyhood, the ladder upon which they are to reach the zenith and acme of renown, of mor ality and the goal. The honn first, then the church; the home at all times is the one place that must be stamped on his inmost soul If we would save him, not how much wo talk, to him at home, but what wa say at home through our actions and through our practices, and1 our own habits. Boys like other people. have eyes and more, of ten they see, and they have ears and now and then they hear as well as see. Hons; the Roys' Thoto In the Front Room n tho Wall. Do we place the photo of our boys in the front room on the walls,, or do we place their picture in some out of the way place where the mice and the reaches and the spiders and if possible, tho owl. if they could get in the house would seek to keep the Hffht of the glaring sun out of his Mg eyes. Have you thought seri ously of nutting your son's picture m the front room on the walls, or of your mother there, of dear sister there, of your best friends there in the front room, but what about your sons, what ahout the heroes, the coming men out of which are to be made out of the stuff of which vour bovs are made? A little child hall lead them. Lead whom, docs he Lord mean? Lead the nations, 'ead mankind. When we have war, ve honor our soldier if they are vic torious end courageous, but the "hild, and the boy are born leaders, thev are os it were, fore orrlatnol tnd set a part not by fate, but by "reatlon and providence, whether we will It cr not. !!nyst are to Hnv Something to do , With the Home We are to have the boys to become partners and associates in hotne mnking. They are to understand his In the very beginning and it Is to he their chief delight not by force, not by begging and digging, hut by hat higher incentive that moves you, moves all, that home inspiration, home love, love for the Bake or home. His napkin ring, his "hair at the table and his place, the honored place, that one Important place to tic looked upon as his chief delight Zl rui JU y JUST LOOK WHAT DALLAS' MOST FASHIONABLE THEATRE IS SHOWING SOMETHING RICH AND SNAPPY JAMMED FULL OF CLASS and pep will keep you talking for months. Cleaned and refined dramas and classic comedies no second hand junk. Outside of the big shows down town the Palace is the only theatre showing these BIG FEATURE PICTURES come with the Crowd and look 'em over -V : -i "The One ' WayTraO" with Edythe Sterling Whrtls It? Drama of Bandits Royal Northwest Mounted A Woman's Strong Lova SATURDAY, APRIL 24-See this Big Western EDYTHE STERLING IN. "THE ONE WAY TRAIL" A Picture as big as all out doors and Charlie Chaplain in "The Rinks." ' OUR SUNDAY BILL IS A CORKER D. W. Griffith presents Lillian Gish in big triangle Feature "THE TIGER GIRL" s (Adopted from the "Lily and the Rose") and Cristie comedy "Welcome Home." Y x Y V Ml: JfWi Monday, April 26, MABEL HORltlAfJD as a Cow Girl from the West in "PINTO and sunshine comedy "WILD WAVES AND WILD WOMEN" '.tV&Ld- vim h ' y .-ixi -' mmm Samuel Go Id wyn W M If! AS Love Me Love My ilephant like a breeze from the big top WILLIAM FOX Mia ft, unit SHIRLEY MASON SI ih dainty, demur tnd daring Tide t of the ring in ' The sweetest circus rtory ver tola HER ELEPHANT MAN Y VtAKL DOIU 1IU. 31RKCTXB BY SCOTT DUMtAT S4 n - TUESDAY, APRIL 27TH . "ZINGO IN AFRICA" the last and greatest zingo picture also western comedy and two-reel drama. See this. Nomand Victor Scher zinger WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28TH Clara Kimbal Young in "THE REASON WHY" and Mutt and Jeff in "SHAKING THE SHIMMY." SPECIAL ATTRACTION THURS. and FRL, APRIL 29TH & 30TH Big animal picture "HER ELEPHANT MAN" and funny Bull"8 eye comedy "Out of Tune." , . ' - COMING HATCRDAV, MAY 1ST WILLIAM FARNUM IN "WOLVES " OP NIGHT" Don't miss the Palace this week. Matinee every afternoon from 2 until 6. No advance in prices" , GENERAL ADMISSION : 15C & 20C. Matinee 10 Cents Except Saturday, Sunday and Holidays. cL. I, ii ' i FELIX MOORE, - MANAGER THE PALACE THEATRE tutu ' 1 k k v 1 HeN must be considered some body as well as other Deople. Wo must l;now where he is whon he is not at home and , why he 'ft away and j vith whom he associates. ' The Itnys re to be nt-ld by a otton : Strivg. We have' tried force, we have let them got away from us and now we are . to have them return, and when they return. If they ever do, we are to tie them with the cotton Btring of home love that must grow into the cable of desp affections and home love, and home polity, and in dustry and h)me economy. Uoyj Sometimes Kend Books. We are to guide them in their reading and the book, selections, sex books, ah well as other books, then gently introduce the Book of all books, the Precious Bible, the me- Book of the choicest literature, the highest ethics, the unbiased his tory of man, the unpolished truth, man's image marred by the fall, man'B only compass and chart on the s'ormy sea of lifo man's only guide that teaches1 him to live and what he want to know about all things, how to die, that one Book is the Holy Bible. Hand hat to Hie toys, not as a whole dope, but in heautiful stories entwined and lo?k ptttched and deftly woven of the thrlst Child that while one child leads of tho other child, he may grow to be like the Christ Child, and in RJiirj way become the Christ Man. "0r.tto Means often succt-cd where force will not." Try a dose of this Kew Specific;' Use it according "to directions; Use it with a few grains of common sense if you can find them, for. they, are so rare only the j (Jods carry th-m concealed,' but the y may De naa ior we asmug. jnow ask and act today. ; The New Starting Point. Let us have a new starting point, a new view point, let us urn .round about. We have in respects started to build our house from or at the top, but we are now to start .anew at tbe ba.e, the foundation, start a' hundred years before our sons are born, they will come forth as it were by inheritance and grow with it to the ideal of the beautiful and the UBeful. Batchelors and old maids can not raise your sons, you must assts if he reaslng is a complete success and one that will stand the fierce ontest of life. Tin, Schools tan only Aid Ton v . The home first, then the school, the school is only an adjunct, the home is the base of real actions, Ihe "ate to the church, the visita to the civic life, the open door to hepe and all endeavor. Then make safety first by ordering First Things. XT . L II. R. Green, Kaiifio County; Wm. H. McDonald, Tarrant County; Edward H. McCarthy, Galveston County; J. B. Gridby, Harris ( C:::;iy; D:!2gates-st-L?ig8 to Hafel Republican Convention. Harry Beck, Dallas County, Delegate and Dr. B. E. Howell, Alternate 5th Con- ' nx::::::: Dhlrict tollalhridl Rqr:!;!:cah Convention. - vr ..;.. ".:--v:- "