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THE I) ATX AS EFRFSS. 1A LI. IS. TEXAS, SATO DAY. NOVEMBER 20, TflO.
OT::;3 0? DALLAS HOLD MASS MEETING IN V.Z FVTiIIAII TIT.-PLE TUESDAY NIGHT OF THE 1 GTI2 II3TAHT. GREAT CROWD FRESENT AND rr:cu:::D ways at;d means to otertain the rollers' council to ee held in Dallas in feb- r.UARY, 1321. FOUIt DENOMINATIONS TO MEET F.IERE IN COUNCIL. OFFICERS ELECTED TO HEAD CITIZENS' COMMITTEE. $5,5C3.C3 to be Raised in Sixty Days. In pursuant to a call of the citl r ns of Dallas, Issued by Dr. C. W. A bin pi on, pasitor of the Saint Jumos A. M. E. church, on Tuesday night a large number of the load ing citizens, business and profes sional men met In the auditorium of the Pythian Temple, In response to the call. Frayer was Bald by Prof. N. W. Harlleo. after which Pr. Abington explained the object of the meeting which was discuss, ed in ail Its bearing. The object waa to provide ways and means to entortaln the Bishop' Council which Is to convene In Dallas the first week In February of 19J1 IJvery one present was In hearty coord with the purpose of the mooting and frankly expressed hlm-m-lf as such. N. W. Harllee made the motion that we enter Into an association to be known ' as the citizen com ini'tee Including the entire city. Af!ar some discussion the motion prevailed. The following persons were elected as the officers of the citizen's committee: Dr. H. T. Ham ilton, president; Prof. J. P. Starks, vice-president: Prof. N. W. Harllee, secretary; Hon. It. Lee Jones, as sistant secretary; Dr. Chas. L. Mor gan, treasurer. The following persons took part In the furtherance of the cause to raise $5,600 to entertain the Blsh. ops' Council: Hon. A.iS. Wells, Dr. P. M. Sunday, Dr. A. L. Runyan, W. Sidney Pittman, S. W. J. Low- Dallas Express Corner For Women By Juliette Lee. TUK IAI.l.At FJUPHKSS CORJJEIl ron WOMEN. Of Wont la Your Home the Center? On reading the life of Marlon Har laml, I wan impressed by thesa lint's "I cannot remember when "Melrose" the name of her childhood home) wa not the center of refinement and Cirlatlan influence throughout the K.rrroiuiding roKion." These lines at once si-t up a chain of thought In my mind viz.: of what In your home the center? Of what In my nniKhburs tomo the center? Wan not Marlon HAriand'8 most remarkable career, the result of that home training? Aa I fell Into thought, pictures of two homeii presented thMmsf Ives. In one there were five daughter and in trio evening, when the chore had ,i tw.an formed, all belntr done i v the irirls. because the mother was out In the wovk-a-duy world, helping father put food In the five mnffry nioufhn and shoes on the five ever restless feet; these girls would entertHln themselves with con rerta cnnsiKtimr of music poetry and unrig. They needed no visitors to make them content nor beKed leave to attend the neighborhood movie. There wan thnt wllhln them, cHrerted hv their cultured parents which gave vent to their Imagina tion, furnished initiative and pro vided amusement, fn the other home, vlxltom were ever welcome and card, dnncinff and refreshment mad p1ad the hearts of the participant. Evil (crew and waxed until heartache, sin. pain and murder marked the trail of the revelers. Thene two pictures su purest erl to me the uiBrent necessity of estnbltshlng our homes In such a wnv that the members of the household may find within themselves all of the pre veqtilHltles fur piety, for culture, and Wholesome amusemend. How can we -n about nbtnlnlng these qualities? j'lety is obtained by establishing and maintaining a family altar, hlch Jandarrls of morality are established, "whtiM the child early learns rever ence, respect for holy things res tct for his body, a "temple of Ood." too rood to he allowed for unholy liiirposon. Culture 1s acquired by ao-i-i.iiiilliirc our children with good literature. In story telllnr. In read ing. In, learning and reciting good Jmetry. Tt is sad to see how lit tle our plrls and boys care for "read In r. How few can recite one or two. standard poems or even know a few poet names. T,fttle wonder then that J;nnh and enunciation are poor and tiie power to use the thinking faeu cuHioa on the decline. Y.'hen we have keen wit and alert nrain power In the home, the fami ly circle need not always be on the pd for adventure, companionship and amusement, Let us then as home m.iKers nnd as mothers see!,- to es tiiMi"h homes that may stand out In the community as "renters of re finement and Christian culture." Tim pRisrnxA. aut rr.rrn. Tf:e PrlHctlla Art Club held its rej;iiliir meeting at the raldenee of Mrs. It A. Halts on Allen street. A heavy downpour of rain prevented nny from attending. Nothwlthstand-) Jrifr a repreueniative number respon-' ii d and rrgular business was hle in vv o'Ki.enmio ns usual. inis rrom one cuprui or salt ana a gai- , 4 , . . was Hie first time tliat the club had Ion of water. Scald them In this I former negligence Of Colored Clt enioyed the hospitality of the hostess brine water after they have aoaked izens, will push the Clalm8 Of the new home, which was enhanced by i for twenty-four hours, and then association to a Vigorous prosecu- ,"wij -. ..i irnu T, VI , Uinilll III I tn Huh. IViiotts from all depart- men's Were Tresfnted nnd evervthlnir 1 h now in readiness for carrying out I the ye.-irly proa-ram. The hostess ser-i vea- . as lad course. Tim club was. glad ii, n inn. uiiH. jiuin i.nmora oacK jriiiii h rejourn in iwjanonia, also Jilra. Gordon, who haa been ill. J T,AIFP(' TiP.Ai)IV CIHCI.E. Pe.oite the siuldmi chance In twi - pi-r.-itiire, the Tien.ting Circle members I br: veil t i e chlliy blnst.a to atvend I ttn-ir meeiintr on Friday at the home1 t Mrs. .1. ('. Fi.nzirr. The program was of untiMunl interest because it touched on the reint election, flss ), M. Tiieker oireeted the stmlv. "Th Nati.iinil Government." Miss E. .1. 'el'rr'S fi'iestioneil the memhers on "Significant Aspects of the Presi- THI! COitTlCI'M.I ART ClXn. ' T'"nlto the cold wonther the Cor-ti'--Ui Chili met with Mrs. M. K. l.ri---cr et f?0 tjond wlreet. Althoueh we dnin't lie.ve our reirular enroll nii'iit e tt Idd to have six of our jo -nh- rs pi-'.!fii-nt. !-!. -h one wor!;cd faithfully and y -lii-n.-ilv r-n hr vorli. but yet the !)'" l-lie.ied hv very plensnn'tlv. Af'i-r Hie roll wim ri'--i.onfled to suit H-e tiiifiiinMfl pjirt of the meeHni? ,1-i,i, .H. r iH-fi-i-'iiiisn roemi roT-i:i'if-tr i-if f-Mlai) f-oiiriio. ta and enke v -r . fit 4 "il tie ntonftnir e-i! ii-ri -d to ii."i-t with Mra. '.corce T"nin.iii street, next Hl.mduy, f 'it. II. V.. r:UFVFn. l:eportr. ut'h.r in:i.rs. T '.- J'- C.I:- l One nf T'ne- , ' lil l seni lis l"ve-r Model ,..... , i u. ; )--:;, t. r. '.r v i; ir.r,. - - r s-m .1i ii fi ..4,4 conker. - ! ..,. r.-'-.-r l.-.-r to l'e It, """v s.ii!.evli.-.re and I . i' " I'" h-H" t- use . i. i nr. I ,,rne day I i ' "' ' I cry, J. M. Tolbert, Dr. M. C. Coop er, Dr. C. L. Morgan, Prof. J. P. Rtarks, T. L. Thomas, C. F. Starks, John L. Snead, Dr. W. M. Johnson, J. H. White, Dr. O. W. White, Dr. O W. White, Dr. Robert W. Trot-, ter Prof. H. D. Winn, Abe Jackson, Prof. K. B. Polk, Hon. E. W, D. Welch, N. W. Harllee, Dr. R. T. Hamilton, Dr. A, H. Dyson, J. 8. Caldwell, J. H. Jefferson, F. M. Wllklns, W. S. Hill, Rev. Wllhlte, Samual Saunders, W. H. Daniels, leader In Discussion. Dr. R. T. Hamilton, N. W. Harl lee, J. P. Starke, B, W. D. Welch, Hon. J. M. Tolbert, W. Sidney Fitt man, Prof.- H. D. Winn, Hon. R. Lee Jones and others. The meet ing at the very beginning took on the Dallas' spirit to do things and there is little doubt that the $5. 600 00 will be raised, and that the Bishops' Council consisting of the bishops of the A. M. E. Church, the bishops of the C. M. E. church and that of the A. M. E. Zlon church will be cared for In keeping this representative body of Negro lead ers. Every club, every organisa tion will be asked for unstinted support and every citizen however humble and every denomination. The officers of the Citizens com mittee have been selected with this view that every denomination shall be reached and the -work kept up till the sum of Five Hundred Dol lars shall be raided. Many time one hears inch as sertions. No wonder women are ac cused of being primitive In their the kitchen and yet no one has not-1 Allen street. Upon their arrival Iced that women hestltate when it . there was an old time family re came to learning to drive and even ninn take care of an automobile, which hi , uulu" -a much more complicated under- Boys let's get together. In Feb taklng than to learn to use a fire- ruarv Dallas Will be the host of less cooker. Once in a while one will i 41 . ,in hear a trained domestic science teach- three thousand Visitors, who will er say that ahe "doea not like" a attend the Bishops' Council and fireiess cooker. , Connectlonal Assembly to be held To my mind, the flrelesa eooker Is at tne New St. James A. . M. E. one of the most useful household I h.,h ,m --j ,. utensils ever Introduced. Personally, church. Dallas Will you Stand up T t like a steam pressure cooker bet- j Miss Irene Brown of LaGrange la ter than a fireiess cooker, because fn- )tv Bfpn(iin thn bednida of It serves so many more purposes, ' n tne, attending tne eQ8'a or In addition to being one or the nest : fireiess cookera In the market With the steam pressure cooker, .there are no radiators to heat. The food goes Into the cooker In the raw state and comes out cooked. The electric fire- less cooker has the same advantage. f or an lonir. slow cooking, nothing excels the flrless cooker In one of these three forms. I do not think that the flrelesa cooker la practical for cake haklnur, for the cooking of rice or for any article of food re otilrlng a short time of cooking, al though these articles of food can be cooked In all the flrelesa cookers; electric, the tvne which has to have the radiators heated, the haybox and the pressure cooker. Hreakfast cereals, tough cut of meat, souns, stews and cooking may be conked In these utensils at a (Treat saving of time, fuel and stren gth. As no evaporation takes place less moisture Is required when using the fireiess cooker. TKNTRD RRCIPFS. Tn every garden there Is some fruit which doesn't ripen, and by planning to can It Just before the frost catch es it you can turn what would other wise become Just plain waste into anpetirlnn: winter relishes. These un rlpened fruits mav be picked separ ately In brine or In veneirar or com bined with other frulta and made In to chowchow, relishes, catchup, etc. French rtswrksw 1 Quart of Tiny Oreen Cucumbers 1 Ouart of T.arge Oreen Cucumbers ' t Pint of Oreen Tomatoes 1 Teaspoonful of Ourry Powder 1-J Head of Cabhntre 3 Pint of Fine White Button On ions S Heads of Cauliflower ! Small Red Peppers 2 Stalks of Celery ( Tahlespoonftila of Mustard 3 Ousrts of Vinegar " 1 Tahlespoonfitl of Turmeric 1 Cupful of Flour . 1 Teaspoonful of CelerV Setd 1 Teaspoonful of Yellow Mustard Seed 1 Ten spoonful of TvTlved Spires 2 Cuprtils of Tirown Puirar Th :r"":mf,erT."!ldr.!l?t: over large cucumbers into alices: also cut ! the tomatoes, onions, peppers, celery," and cabbage: divide the caulifower I Into small flowerets. Do not choD the I vegetables, but cut them into bits I shout the alse of walnuts. Soak these Ingredients In a brine made UIHin. 4V.I X. IIIO IllllfllUI U, lUIIHIMlU nItTIr,t four in a larna saucepan, add a small!"""- nmnnt nt vtnun-n, stlrrinv the ttiIy- MpetineS Will be held e&CIl well ture to a smooth paste; add the . spices, brown suirar and all the oth- er ingredients. Cook for five min- utes, put into crocks ana seal. llrll-repprr Relish 12 Oreen Peppers 13 Ited 1'eppors 8 Medium-Size Onions . 1 Quart of Vinegar 11-2 Oupfuls of Sugar ! Tablcspoonsfuls of Salt I, Cut the oepDers and onions Into I small nieces, snrlnklo with salt and cover with boiling water. Let stand until cool, then drain, place In a kettle, and add the vinegar and stt-e-nr. Cook for twenty minutes. Put Into Jars, seal and set away until needed. Serve with cold meats. Indian Pickle. 2 PecVs of Oreen Tell Peppers s Mi'rilum-Rlzo Onions 1-2 Peck of Oreen Tomatoes 1 I.arire Head of Cabbage 1-2 Peek of Onions 1-4 Pound of Orated ITorse Radish 2 foren Cloves of Garlic 2 O'oinres of Mace 1-4 Pound of Oinprer 4 Nntmecs 1-4 Pound of Mustard 1-4 Pound of White Mustard Peed N 1-4 Pound Yellow Mustard fWd 2 Tnl,ioponnfnls of Curry Powder 2 Pounds of PiiRar Put the peepers, tomatoes and cab hsuv throuch a food chopper and thn into a larjre crock: cover with snlt wnter nnd let them remain for a wrolt ,-r ten dnvs. The dav before ii'i-Hintf the rieV'e. peel and slice the oiii.,,,,, onver them wlih bolllne-r-ifr-d wnt-r and let them stnnd all "ht. Tirnln nil the v..r,tnb!es as orv m r"f,!f'. find ertrt all nf th .n.,,nc , t),m r,v-o- v, 1,1. 'vil'inir vlnerar and keen thm In K,tes it ernrlrs. Thn pli-kle wli! keen lndefntr.lr end ho. n. fine flnv- r due to the apk-ea which are tised. HaSlas J. ALBA AUSTIN, "Teach the young man that service to the community Is the highest form of unselfish action. Teach him that to strike a blow for clean govern ment la a sacred and Imper ative duty. Teach him to sup port honest men In public service by all honorable means within his power." .Save the boya. , The boy of today la the man of tomorrow. Hundreds of boys and girls each year are finishing their education in various schools and colleges -of the country; Wher are they to " get employment? Friends this la a ques tion of much significance and should arouse the public spirited citizens to a aense of their duty. There Is much strength In . co-operation. In Dallas, numerous enterprises could be launched and financed with, Ne gro capital. There are thousands of dollars Invested in rolling stock that could easily be converted into a more stable business at a much greater profit Let's organize more enterprises and create better po sition for our boys and girls. Heater wood, stove wood, chunk wood are words often heard now adays In Colored communities. , Persons desiring to save money on their purchases will do well to consider first the merchants whose ads appear In the Dallas Express. Look for them and go there and do your shopping. They arq coming three thousand strong. Colored Dallas get ready. Dr. Vernon Orviss of Oklahoma Is In the city visiting, friends and rel atives.. A real old fashion turkey dinner will be served In the old fashion Thanksgiving way at Whltaker's Cafe, 2415 Elm street, Thursday Nov. 25th. Jazz music for the occasion will be had. H-20 It Hon. J. B. Grlgsby of Houston, president of the American Mutual, was in town Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Melissa Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hicks were in the city last week visiting father and mother, utr bick. uruiuri, vrcu.- j. uivu, who recently underwent an oper ation in a local sanitarium. She is stopping with Mrs. M. M- Rodgers on Thomas Avenue. Mrs. W. H. Hayes, 2410 Federal street is the proud recipient of a late model piano player this week. The gift was presented by her hus band. Mrs. Hayes feels that "Old Santa" has made his visit quite early. Miss Hettie Frazler, 3105 State street returned toWiley University Sunday after having come to Dallas tn response to a telegram announc ing the death of her little nephew, Little Everett Harris. Will Dallas accord the visitors a cordial welcome? The answer Is, yes. Men grab your society duds and let's show them some real Dallas hospitality. Mrs. L. A. Brown of Mexia is vis iting in the city and is a guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Beatrice Brown, 1034 Hawkins street. Mr. M. J. Thomas of Wheatley Place was married Nov. 18, 1920, to Miss Estella Bright in "Fort Worth, Texas. They are now at home in Wheatley Place. Mr. Thomas is tie son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, 3516 Myers street, Dallas. CEMETERY ASSOCIATION MEET. People May Be Jndjred By Respect In Which They Hold Their Dead. The Cemetery Association met last Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ruth Plttman-Coston, State St The new organization has for Its object the Improvement of the cenv etery, employ a sexton and keep the (i w"n itiiIu nUati ti ri it 1m a 1 1 1 i fl oH Tneh member has expressed a conviction, that the civilization and -culture of a people may be best Judged by the nprt VY.ch thev hold their esn.ec m. w".lcn. lney. . . . 1 . dead. Witn tnis Iron. Clad aeicrmi- nation the personnel Of the new organization stirred"" to action ' by ne-Sday afternoon at the home of ' w, UVvllnwInir officers have !,a members. Following Officers have been . ejected: Mrs. L. B. Stewart, President; Mrs. J. C. Synider, Vice president; Mrs. A. D. Wilburn, Trea tirer; Mrs. Ed. Dean, Secretary; Mrs. FVM. Malono, Ass't. Secretary; Mrs. Bio. Burch, Reporter. git- vnrrn rmnitvn ttFV sxvn t. .Ti. hAA.HISA I IU.1 lir.rtlKr, Binii BOAUI) OF EMBALMING. The following young men having finished their course ' of study in the Crawford-Bass School of Era balmln.g and were examined by the State Board of Embalmers here Tuesday were: I it- V. -rw 1 Xl'l I , -Giftllo. f T XX. XJ. JJUfftllln. liuii.t roiio, . Jamison, Yoakum; Frank Arline Beaumont: Frank Johnson, Dallas; Monroe Hammonds, Ennls, and C. E. Neal, Quero. C'OI.R APPK.4B TX FAREWEIiL CONCKRTi. (Tly A. N. P.) Seattle. Wash. Nov. 18. trfrenao Cole, planlat, appeared In a fare well recital before a largo and ap preciative audience at the Presa Club auditorium. Mlsa Cole whose abili ty haa excited favorable comment, presented a program calculated to tax the powers of an experienced artist. The Schumann Sonata in O. Minor, the Chopin O. Minor Ballade, and a group of Noc-ro folk sonps transcrib ed by 8. Coleridge Taylor, were amonc the numbers most enthusias tically received. ' The pianist leaves shortly on a concert tour of seven months' duration. 5tocal CITY EDITOR. A NEW DRUG 8T0BB FOR EVERY BODY OFFERING THE FOLLOW ING LSDIXEXENT.H. US The Central Drug Company. Elm I at Preston, East Dallas' most at tractive Drug Store la now open to ithe public and solicits a share of (the Drug patronage. ! Any thing in the drug line will be ; found here at prices that will fav lOrably compare with other popular ; price Drug concerns- Colored people of the city are cordially Invited at all times and the most courteous attention is as sured. The prescription department is complete and Is prepared to carefully compound drugs on short notice. Each prescription receives the personal attention of a well trained and registered pharmacist, who sees that it Is compounded with thoroughness and accuracy. A lull line or drugs and sundries, toilet articles, etc., always on hand and your 'trade is cheerfully so licited Come and get our nrices. The place Elm at Preston. Phone Y 4427. X 9766 and X 3054. The Holy City (Pantonine) . and Delsorte Feather Movements that were to have , been given at Even ing Chapel Church on Thursday, Nov. 11, was postponed until Tues day, Nov. 23. Don't fall to see IU HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. The 1. B. Literary club met Fri day with the president in chair. A passable program was rendered. The 1. B'y. Division is capable of giving good programs because the nnesi oi taieni is in uiat room. The officers are: Kel lough Jefferson Pres ident; Edna Nixon, Vice-President; Allle Lacy, Secretary; Kbena Wll bin. A..'. .rotr rw .1,. i . ,n -"-.ST. - - J uv n aaa Q w UtUOLVl Saturday, Nov. 13, Hiaih School foot-ball team played at Fort Worth High. Scores 12 to 0 in favor of Fort Worth. There will be a game between ! ""- -Dallas and Waco High School Frl-!P- " day, Nov. zo, at Waco. Dallas Is expecting another game with Fort Worth roon In Dallas. .The Hi Y. club did not meet Fri day because many of the boys were preparing to go to Fort Worth Sat urday. But all are expecting to be present next Friday. FROM T1IK EDITOR'S MA II, DAO. Dallas, Texas, Nov. I, 1920. Special to The Dallas Express) Colored Voters of Dallas County Deserve Special Praise for the Part They Took In the Big Po litical "Show" Tuesday Nov. 2nd. TO THE COrRKD VOTERS OP THIS COUNTY: I wish to express my profound free untrammeled and -unpurchased ballot Tuesday, Nov. znd ror tne Black and Tan Republican Ticket. for those who cast such ballot show ed very clearly to Texas and the na tion that they had confidence- In their leaders, and that they believed In their OWN possibilities. Tt was a irreat day In the history of Dallas, to see men and women- of every walk of life by the hundreds, yea thousands leaving their vocatinna aa a prisoner after ten years of con finement would leave the Jail upon his release, irolnsr and conjlng from every direction to their precincts, for what. To Vote a Free and Un trammeled Vote for the Kind of Principles Abraham Lincoln stood for and endorsed to me this waa a beau tiful picture, t never shall forget the Impression It made upon me, and aurely upon many others. T with to complement our pastors for the great part played by them, of course it Is to be regretted that all of them did not and would not use their Influence for such noble cause it la also to be regretted that -among us. (especially the ministry) the traitor vet survives, however we are delle-Med to know that they are few In this section of the "woods." The Women. God Bless them stood like mlcrhtv heroines by the aide of the men thev all seemed resolved to, be mora than a mere helo-meet In the home, but that thev would also be heln-meets In thlnira politically, the men nlayed their porta well for standlna- bv them to see that they CTVr protected at the polls .and that, thev should have all the assistance thv neeoV In anv wav. T em Indeed grateful to you for tu fslth you, reposed In me by nlsrel"" unon mv shoulders the re snnnslbllltlM of county chairman for tti rpTt two vears. - and for the snVxrtM manifestations of such noble spirit, and enthusiasm. - For once It seemed that we found ourselves, and havlnar -Hone so we "W.nt to It." We should look for ward to the future with ontlsmlsm and press frwsrd. conteniUna; for everv Inch of prlvlledire eroaranteed us n he TT. P A., constitution. Mr. Tt. Trfe Tones deserves special mentlnn for his nntirl"e services as rhnlrman of the Hsrdlne-Caners Cub. "nder whose a"plcs manv liie- rallies were held. Mr. Jones -ou!ttd himself l'ke a hero, and dln inmi The Dallfts Exnress carries off the T.ion's share -of the praise, for without the inestimable help ren dered bv th's race News Pner (and hv the way leadlna- one of the south) it would have been Impossible for such accomplishments aa those to onr credit, unfortunately we were not able to nav In direct dollars. and cents the management of the Ex nress for the mla-htv flo-ht they made for us, (the race), hut T here nv predict that the enlistment , of such sunnort of those thousands whose, bsttles the Express fMisrht will doubly, yea triply pay for that Some May Come, Some May Go, . WKLCH FLTtXlTCRK STORE GOFi OS FOREVER With about IB years in business, we have pleased our custo mers and I am sure that we can still please them by selling cash. Installment or we will rent you. , DON'T FORGET YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD E. W. D. WELCH, Prop. Phone H. 1579 1027 Boll Street ' . 11-20-tf EVER i Yi (THE COLORED VCLCANIZER) Desires to thank his patrons for their loyal support and an nounces that he Is at present doing all the tire work, (section and retreading) for the following tire companies: The Security, The Mohawk and Dixie Mold and Rubber Co. TIRES are a little cheaper, but you can still save money by having that old tire repaired. I am prepared to Vulcanlie or re tread all sizes and makes of tires and tubes. ALL WORK GUARANTEED I sell service, ring me when you have road trouble. r EVERETT'S TIRE REPAIR OOn Haskel 8217. Bryan, Corner Boll PERCIVAL L. EVERETT. Prop. y i. S I MOS OF KOYAL FAMELT NOTICE I KOM 31 n 4'AltM LL JtL(.I)O.M Jio. 27. Chatfleld, Texas, Nov. 15. 1920. Death has again entered our ranks taken from our Kingdom Sov. Henry Uiies, one or our charter members. He died Nov. 5. 1920, at 10:00 p. m. Sov. Henry Giles waa a financial member of Union of Royal Family, The Kingdom of Labor. The Mason Ics and Eastern Stars. He was burled with honors Nov. 7th by the above named organization. He leav es a wife, brothers and a number of relatives and friends to mourn his loss. v OFFICERS MT.- CARMEL KINGDOM, . Chatfleld, Texas, service that could not have been rendered by any other agency. Mrs. Dr. Wymann - wbo led the mighty host of women played her part nobly. h surely know how to organize women, and lead on successfully, we need more of such women. Dr. Wm. Johnson, who as chalrfoan of the finance committee raised all of the money necessary for the cam paign, and who la regarded aa the North Texas "lion," will make a de tailed report through the Express next Issue. Let us all steady now, all facts to the future. Again expressing my deep sense of g-rautuae .ana overwbeimed wltb your confidence In me, for the en couragement given, the' co-operation extended, and optimism expressed. I am yours for service for the bet terment of our racial group every where In generat, and in Dallas In particular. . (PROF). O. W. WILLIAMS, t . 1907 fitata Street. Chairman of the Dallas County Black and Tan Republicans. SALEM BAPTIST CHCBCH. Rev. I B. Skinner. Pastor. v Sunday School was poorly at tended on account of inclement weather. The lesson waa studied as I ""' "-"v wciock service was 1 tl.An t i I"" attended. The B. Y. P. U. was held Jointly with City Union at St. John. Rev. Williams conducted the night services. Rev. 1 B. Skin ner has been seriously 111 for the' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bringston, Mrs. Alice Robertson of Chicago, 111., Mrs. Margaret Wooten of Shreve port, Ijl., were called to the bed side of their sister, Mrs. Dan Cross of 1404 Comb Street. GTNIRAL BAPTIST COXTETTION 4'Hl'RCHES MAKE PLANS. The City Conquest of the General Baptist Convention Churches of Dal las will meet at Munger Avenue Baptist Church, Nov. 21, 1920 at 3:00 P. M. Rev. Wm. Lofton pastor. Each B. Y. P. U. will represent with .01 per capita. An excellent pro gram will be rendered. We will have some white visitors with us. Let us wake up to the fact that all the General Baptist Convention tjnurcnes snouid and ougnl co-op erate more closely together. We will expect each person to fill his or ber place on the program. We are ask ing each member of the City Chorus to he present. JfEW-ZIOX BAPTIST CHrRCH. The New Zlon Baptist Church, owing to the inclement weather, Sunday School was delayed. The pastor spoke Sunday morning from Rom. 8:1, Subject: "Christians free from condemnation. Sunday evening the B. Y. P. XJ. U. session was held .and we bad a happy meeting and we are going on. Sunday night-the pastor preach ed from John 9:4, Subject: "Work." Dr. Sharp was with us and we were benefitted by his visit for we see Christian giving as never berore. Collection for the day $31.44. MISS F. C. THORNTON. Rep. REV. R. B. CANNADY, Pastor. BETHEL A. JL E. CHURCH. Visitors' Day at Bethel Sunday, Nov 21. The public is cordially in vited to the Bethel's guest. Every member is 'asked to be present and bring t friend. At 11:00 a. m. sermon subject: "Tribulations." 3:30 p. m. Annual Memorial Services. All members whose homes have been invaded by death are requested to be present 7:30 p. m, sermon subject: "A Fast Young. Man. CHILDREN. BUB WED IOH. TJT EXPLOS- (Tlv A. N. P.) Enterprise. Ala.. Nov. !. Four eV,!idrn were hurned to death here from a gasoline explosion. Three of them were children or aim reur, and It waa at hla house, when hla daughter, 14. put gasoline In a atova to make a maze, Durn lasier, mm.' lng It kerosene. ADDRESSES FRIE1TDS SELECT 8CHOOU (By A. N. P.) Philadelphia, Penn.. Nov. 18. Mary McCleod Bethune, described as the "Jane Addama of the Negro Race," discussed the problem of education among the Negroes In an address de livered at Frlenda' Select School. Miss Bethune la principal of the Paytona Industrial School In Florida. II, ii JVTne ; Our policy is a neefl that wi!3 stick through time-acd eternity. X Death claims paid as soon as proofs are sub mitted. Over 120,000 policies in force, uver $698,754.00 paid to beneficiaries. 275 race men and women employed. , . 0 Tuis- Doin? business in Texas, Oklahoma, Louis iana and California. AMERICAN RIUTUAL BENEFIT ASSft Incorporated 1908 J. B. GRICSBT, Pres. W. .'inCEKBSOy, Jjv Sec If. DUDLEY, Vice-President W. B. tOM-E, Trea. 419 1-2 Milam St, Houston, Texas. 10-30-4t A. r. HERN DO JT EQUIPS DAT XVR SKRT 1ST ATLANTA. By A. N. P.) Atlanta, Ga.. Nov. It. The Hern don Social center and Day nursery haa been opened In the new quar ters at 44 -13 Dover Street, purchas ed and equipped at a coat of about $10,000.00 by A. F. Herndon Barber shop. Mr. Herndon haa for a long time been exceedingly Interested In the establishment of a nursery for mothers who work out In service and haa only waited to secure proper lo cation. He bought the property and fitted It up at his own expense and deeded the entire parcel over to the Gate Cltv Free Kindergarten asso ciation. He haa also assumed the salary of a worker who will be In charge. At present there are forty children in the kindergarten. The building Is fitted with warm and cold shower bath, kitchen and class rooms, with special arrangements for boys and girls. PIONEER BARUER DIES lit DAW SOU. Dawaon. Ga., Nov. 18. The moat prominent Negro barber in this sec tion of Georgia died here last Wed nesday morning. He baa been re garded an Intelligent leader of his people here a long number of years and waa highly respected bv the whites. Hla funeral waa largely at- 1 tended by all classes of the ltlsena or Dawson. CHANGE ITS SPOTS Mr. Dodaon, the "Liver Tone" t Man, Telia the. Treachery of CalomeL Calomel loses you a day I You know what calomel Is. It's mercury ; quick silver. Calomel is dangerous. It crashes into sour bile like dynamite, cramping and sickening you. Calomel attacks the bones and should never be put into your system. When you feel bilious, sluggish, con stipated and all knocked out and believe yon need a dose of dangerous -calomel just remember that your druggist sella for a few centa a large bottle of Dodson'a Liver Tone .vliirh is entirely vegetable and pleasant to take and is a perfect substitute for calomel It is guaranteed to start your liver without stirring you op inside, and can not salivate. Don't take calomel 1 It can not be trusted any more than a leopard or a wild-cat.' Take Dodson's Liver Tone which straightens you right up and make yon feel fine. Give it to the children because it is perfectly harmless and doesn't grip. FOBEIGX , CLASSIFIED "ADS." WANTED AT OJfCE. Wanted a Machinist Linotype Op erator and good all-round printer pressman. Top-notch salary. Apply-- THE TULSA STAR, A. 3. Smith emum. Publisher. Box 1568 Tulsa, Okla. , 11-1 3-tf Attention Hairdressers We fur nish high grade formulas for mak ing all kinds of toilet preparations. Our formulas are guaranteed to bring results. Write for circular. Lakeside Chemical Co.; 652 E. 48th Street, Chicago. 11-1 3-2 1 Agents Wanted Goedj salaries, travel and appoint agents. Old es tablished sickness, accident, life in surance. Monthly payment plan. State experience. Address Organiz er 430. Westover Building, Kan gas City, Mo. . 11-1 3-2 1 RATES Teachers Take Notice! Thirty-Sixth Annual Session of the Colored Teachers State Association, of the Colored Teachers State As Houston, Texas, November 25th, 26th and 27th, 1920. Reduced rates on certificate plan on all lines entering Houston. For Information concerning board and lodging, write J. D. RYAN, Chairman Local Committee, Box 576 Houston, Texas. A. E. HOLLAND. President Palestine, Texas. MRS. F. A. ROBINSON, Secy. ll-13-3t WANTED Three or Four Colored families to farm 400 arces of the best land in the Southwest, under ligation. This Ian is especially adapted to growing the Long Staple CoKon. Positively no sign of Boll Weevil In this country. The -yield of this year's crop will exceed a Bale per Acre. Have pienty of Bale per Acre. Have plenty o farm implements including Trarprs. Can furnish bree good houses. Will also furnish employment otherwise to tide over until crop Is made. If Interested write, wire or com to see ' KELLY FOSTER, Roswcll, Sew Mexico. - . 11-6-4. WHEN RHEUIilATlSfJ IMS YOU HARD! Sloan's Liniment should be kept bandy lr achtn and pains WirV wit far a severe pain, aa ache, a rheumatic twinge fo! lov.in exposure, a sore muscle, sciatica, cr lumbago to make you quit work, vhen you should have Sloan's Liniment tar.dy to hc'.p curb it and keep you active.and fit, and or. the job? Without Ti&hinz, fr it poutmUs, npply a tit t-x!ay to the aCictcd part. Notcthe ratify toe, cl zan .prompt relic ! thatfollov.a. Sloan's Lbimcrtcodda t keep its many ttoux-.r.Cs ol lr.nas in: T-orld over if i: diclz't r-ts good I oat a t n- .-iviw ; . rjsts thrce aos tha L.jcst stli most economical. 5jc,7Cc,vL40. Liniment 50TICEI To the Colored People of Tezaa: Now la the time to buy you a home, and Cuney, Texas, la the place. I have 100 nice well located bus iness and residence Iota for sale in Cuney, Texas, new Negro towa on the T. and N. O. railroad, ten miles west of Jacksonville; also 500 acres of good, rich farm land for sale near Cuney. Prices reasonable and Jerms to suit the purchaser. If you want a home, phone me at Andy, or write me at Cuney, Texas. Yours for a home, ' H. L. PRICE. Real Estate Agent and Notary Public. i -25-tf. H. B. WOODS Express and Baggage FORD SERVICE Phone H. 5805 ANY TME, DAY OR NIGHT 3103 Thomas Avenue, Dallas, Texas. -7-f ;VAVEOLA (G30WS i BEAUTIFUL HAIR) (Your nofwy back without queatiori If WAVE OLA fails to grow the hW pr cure th scalp, f jViilliams Mf gTCoi i 23 IjW.OL ' KXAHOMA CTTV. OKLAHOMA 1 1-6-4 1. MEN AND WOMEN WANTED If you are alive and wide awake, you can earn from $10 to $15 a day. No house to house eanvascing. A mow rr.Aca and STRAIGHT FORWARD business. For full Information write Nonis Candy Factory today, and be the FIRST it your locality. , Box 481, Athens, Texas. 8-21-tf- Bontiful Ssmpte Book at IT m:.K- AGENTS W A KTrn Show oar Mwssmpk book, talcs orders la r.xis tte .i rrm bar m i. Uw na rrrj bat m lr T wntm Wnm or BosbX mt smsmT Ta Knictotocfcer Taileriag Ce. mmpU mimiufmi ' a'-D Bas....PiHii n..., Pt rV. "r YSiSttSVj i, Nmnw ran sen to anyone t o