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THE D ATX AS EXPBKSS, DALLAS, ..TEXAS, SATIRDAT. ItKrEMTlER IS, 1!0.
tkc.t. Tr,r.rv. THE DALLAS' SPIRIT PREVAILS AND CITIZENS' COMMITTEE ON ENTERTAIN MENT OF BISHOPS' COUNCIL IS MEET ING WITH SIGNALSUCCESS. LODGES AND INDIVIDUALS CONTRIBUTE FREELY $454.75 PAID TO DATE. GRAND CHANCELLOR WILLIS COMMENDS LOCAL KNIGHTS. The Citizens' Committee on Enter tainment of the Bishop's Council is much pleased with the progress it 'is making in collecting the funds needed for its work. It is reported that the people are becoming more and more interested each day, and are responding to the appeal of the committee more readily and in larg er numbers, as is shown by reports made last Tuesday night at the reg ular meeting of the body. A promi nent citizen who is n a position to known the facts says, that the Bish ops' Council Is one of the most lm. portant meetings to Negroes that has convened in Dallas In a num ber of years, and that it will bring to the city from all over thq. country more of the leading men and women of the race than has ever gathered here at any one tlm.- The work done by the Council while in ses sion here will be for the advance ment and benefit, not only of the African Methodist Church, but for the uplift of the entire Negro race Dallas will be" said he, "hon ored by such a gathering of dis tinguished people in its 11m ts -end it should do Its best to properly house and entertain them," and he added, "I feel sure this will be done." Hon. W. S. Willis, Grand Chan cellor of the Colored Knights of Pythias of Texas, passed thrpugh the city Monday and took time to say that he was highly gratified to read in the papers that the Knights of Pythias are doing their share in tho campaign and are responding so generously to the appeal for funds. He said he always -- wanted - the Knights of Pythias to take a lead ing part in every movement that had for its purpose the uplift of the people and the betterment of their environments, and that at the prop er time the Grand Lodge will make a donation. i 1 1 i "The business men of the city are subscribing right - along to the fund and in larger numbers," says Mr. R. Lee Jones, assistant secretary of the committee. He says, that when the final report is made it will be shown that the business men have done their full share for the cause. Dr. Hamilton, chairman of the committee on lodges visited the American Woodman Lodge Friday night of last week and obtained a donation of $25 00. Alg ers Lodge No. 44, K. of P., unanimously do nated $50.00, to the fund at its meeting last . Monday night and promptly issued a check for the full amount, making it the first lodge to pay its pledge In full. The of ficers and members of this lodge, as have been the case in all other lodges visited, expressed themsel ves as being glad of the opportuni ty to assist the committee in raising the funds needed. Rev. E. L. Green, Baptist Minis ter and a member of the committee, made an appeal Monday night to Paul Drayton Lodge No. 9, F. and A. M., and $50.00 was promptly pledged to the cause. This shows, said chairman Hamilton, how splen d'diy our people are rising above denominational feelings in this cam paign, and are exhibiting the Dallas sn'rlt that has made the city great. Mantone Lodge No. 282, K. of P., I last Tuesday night, after hearing the appeal, unanimously and enthusiasti cally donated $60.00, and promptly collected $37 00 of the amount from the members present. The balance was pledged to be paid at the next meeting of the lodge, when the en tire amount will be turned over to the committee. Messrs. J. M. Tol bert and Morr s Weil presented the matter to Metropolitan Lodge No. 46 F. and A. M., last Tuesday night and was generously pledged $50.00 to be paid at the first meet ing in January, 1921. I At the meeting last Tuesday night it was reported that Mrs. J. C. Fra iler had about completed her com mittee of one hundred ladles and they are actively at work. Mrs. Fra iler says, that she expects to raise $1,000.00 for the fund. Petitions are being prepared for the canvassers. A large number of petitions are al ready out in the hands of various members of the regular committee and they are urged to make reports each Tuesday night. All petitions and accounts are to be carefully audited at the conclusion of the campaign. The following have been appointed auditing committee for this purpose; Mr. J. L. Patton, Mr. Fred Lyarels, Dr. G. W. White, Dr. P, M. Sunday, and Mrs. J. C. Fra iler. The committee on homes held a meeting Tuesday evening and re ported progress. A card is being printed for the use of the committee in obtaining and keeping a record of those who will take visitors. At the meeting Tuesday night $116.25 was collected. The follow ing donations were paid: Algiers Lodge No. 44, K. of P. $ 50.00 Little Gem Drug Store 1000 W. M. Morris 6.00 Will A. Watkins Co . 5.00 I David B. Garner 6,00 B. E. Hendricks 6 00 Anderson Furniture Co 2.00 Liberty Cafe 2.00 E. K. Lavendar 1.00 K. B- Polk 1.00 J. W. Mitchell .. 1.00 W. S. Hill 100 R. H. Wiinams 1.00 ,E. Riley 1.00 ' F'Us Hall '. 1.000 John Of ford 1.00 T. A. Randolph 100 J. T. BHttan 100 Mollle Shaw 1.00 J. 8. Every - 100 B. WilUnms 1.00 Allison Wright 5.00 Susie Wright 1.00 Alex Rudder . 1.00 .Tas. Lister 1.00 Clemmons Jackson 1.00 J. H. Jones 100 A. H. Thomas 1.00 Albert Williams . 1.00 win Hodge 1.00 Will Kissentanner 1.00 Ron lwls 1.00 Pen Wiley 1.00 Geo. Fulton - 100 Minor Hone , 100 Jag. Davidson - 1.00 William Blue : 100 Total $116.25 Previously acknowledged ..338.50 Grand Total . $454.75 WEST TEXAS ANNUAL CONFERENCE CONVENES IN GEORGETOWN. The Forty-seventh Session of the West Texas Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church met at Georgetown, Texas, Dec. 8-12, with Bishop Robert E. Jones. D. D. IX D., presiding. The .conference was opened Wednesday morning at s p. m. Binglng song, "And are we yet alive," by Rev. J. J. Hardeman; Scripture lesson, 1 Cor. 13 chapter; Prayer by Rev. J. T. Carper; after which the Bishop was introduced by Dr. D- C. Lacy. V The Bishop's morning message was strong, wholesome and instructive. It tftled the hearts of his hearers and often as he would stress the word Leadership, it would seem as if itwould lift his hearers to their feet. The Bishop's very presence seemed to give life to the West Texas Conference and thrilled the hearts of the entire constituency. The long dream of the Colored membership of the great church has come true, and at times when tie would speak tears would stream from his hearers eyes and they would rejoice to know that at last my prayers have been heard and answered. The Bishop at one time thought that there was danger In the Colored membership shouting too much and not working that it was time for working as well as shouting. ' Bishop Jones is a prince among men and all who had a chance to seen and hear thos good man I am sure will live better lives by hearing this great statesman for God and the Negro race. Bishop Jones brought sun light and blessings to the West Texas Conference and the New Orleans Area. This being the first time in the history of the West Texas Conference that a Negro bish op of the Methodist Episcopal Church that a Negro presding a church that knows no color ,or creed, a world church. Like the Constitution of our country, a church of the people for the people and by the people; a church that means to help carry the world end every nation to God. Blsh on Jones hns proven to be equal to the tiik thnt hns been assigned him by this great church. We feel that being led by this great Prince that the West Texas Conference will be lifted to a higher plane. Intellectually, Financially Spiritually. Wo were rrrte to thlrk of the officers of the piwe vhon tbeV had rone to bring Jesus back with them and when they had roturred and the crowd asked them where was Jesus, and the officers answered, "Never a Man pake like this Man." He spoke with such eloquence and power, the Spir itual tlrta run high. The Organization: Rev S .N., Har vey, Sec'y.; Assistant, C..W. Frank llnF. W. Browne; Conference Treas., J. W. Weakley; Assistants. J. C. Browne, D. F. Vance, W. E. Purnel, J. H. R Dudley, J. H. Chllds; Sta tistician, L. H. Richardson; Assistants, 3. V. Cavett, George Waters; Jesse J. Hardeman, Reporter to the - apers. 'The following officers were prejent and made strong addresses to the conference1 Drs. E. M. Jones, Area Secretary, New Orleans Area; Perry O. Hannnn of China; J. B. Randolph, President Samuel Huston College; T U Gordon, State Secretary, Y. M. C. A.; O. A. Sweenenberg, Chicago, 111.; P. A. Greenfield, Conference Claimant, Chicago, 111; T. A. Paster, Swcedish M. E. Church. Georgetown. Texas;- K. T. Tyree, Pastor Baptist Church, Georgetown. Texas, who spoke out of his heart of the Con dition and Ill-Treatment of the Ne ?ro of the South, and said he was in favor of the Negro having a square deal and a man's chance. God bless this Southern white man; we pray God will work on the hearts of others. Dr. C M. Bishop, President South Westernn University, George town, Texas; Dr. S. A. Goldstein, who warmed the hearts of his hear ers with- a message as a preacher, God's Spiritual Doctor. The follwolng were ordained elders: J. W. Maye, P. H. Moore, Thomas Foy, C. H. Hamilton, J. I S. Edmon son; Ordained Deacons: J. B. Eggle ston, N. W. Stevens, O. B. McKinney. C N. Straits, Burnet Byus, C. I. Evans, W. Li. Evans. Two infants were baptized by Bishop Jones. We can but say as the poet: God give us men is the urgent Cry, Men who are honest who will not He. Men who are etfong, noble and true. Men who have courage to dare and to do. God give, us men who stand for the right, - Men who are ready all evils" to fight. Men that are clean whose word is their bond. Men when called are sure to respond God give, us men that money cant buy, Men who have faith and are willing to try, Men who have honor, virtue and power, God etve us men is the cry of the hour. Annolntments of the West Texas Annual Conference held at cGorge invn. Tcs AnMln Jltrlct, P. C T-acv, D. 8. Austin. Wesley Chapel, O. A Do lnnds; Austin. Simpson, J. W. Downs Austin Circuit, G. U Evins, Cedar Creek Circuit, R. A. Allen; Fayetts viiie, A. B. Browns; Georgetown, J. N. Harvey; Hutto and Granger, uuy Alexander; LaUrange and Elen ger, A. M. Mason; LaG range Circuit, E. C. Henderson; Littig and Manor, J.L. Watiy; Lockhart Circuit. F. J. Hutchinson; Lullng Circuit, Albert Johnson; San Marcos, C. W. Kelly; Smihville Croult, V. A. Cook; Win chester Circuit, J. D. Mackey. Dallas District, J. W. Warren, D. 8. Corsicana, I. H. Tlmmons; Dallas, St .Paul. J. W. Weakley; North Dal las, W. M. Sims; Denlson, Jesse J. Hardeman; Ennls and Ferris, T. S. Moore; Fort Worth, 8t. Andrew, A. U Carper; Fort Worth North, J. H. R. Dudley; Fort Worth Circuit, J. H. Straits; Hubbard and Dawson, J. S. Mediock; Hillsboro and May pearl, P. J. Hunt; Mexla Circuit, H. H. Quails; Milford and Italy, W. H. Purnell; Pelham Circuit, R. A. Ap plin; Sherman and Pilot Point, I. T. Sanford; Wichita Falls Circuit, M. C. ElliBon; Ranger Circuit, W. C Watson. San Angelo, Dlntriet, A. D. Jaeqies, I. S. Abilene and Winters, C. H. Ham ilton; Alvarado Circuit, Sam Graham; Bartlett and Davilla, J. C Mays; Helton, G. W. Nevils; Brownwoot Circuit, J. F. Muse; Clifton Circuit, R. Alonzo; El Paso, F. W. Brown; Gatesvllle, G. V. Cavett; Holland Cir cuit, L. D, Gaddison; Kelts Branch. P. H. Moors; Lampasas Circuit, J. E. Browne; Moody Circuit, L. Baker: San Angelo, E. L. Jackson; San Saba, T. J. D. Sims; Temple, M. L. Wyatt Nan Antonio lMst. T. H. Wyatt, l. 8. Beevllle, Joe Young; Cuero, J. H. Swan; Floresvllle, R. S- Meshy; Gon zales and Elm, W. M. Ellison; Gon zales Circuit, J. S. L. Edmonson; Hamilton Circuit, George Waters Hoods, W. W. White; Honde, W. M. White; Keervllle, C. B. Melton; King&vllle, J. 3. Eagleston; Lavema Jje Prestly; Nixon, C H. Anderson; Olmus, P. M. Cnrmichel; Pearsall Circuit, Walter Ducheart; Pleasan- town, L. W. Roberts; San Antonio, St. Paul, L. H. Richardson; San An tonio, Jacobs Chapel, W. B. Lou; San Antonio, Sanford Chapel, N- H. Tcwnsend; San Antonio, Kenwood, J. H. Napier; Seguln, J. T. Carper; Sniley, O. B. McKinney; Yorktov.T J. C. Eusand. Victoria DIkU J. G. Browne, I. 8. Aliton Circuit, Ben Williams; Co lono Circuit, Eusaw Smith; Columbur J. W. Stones; Columbus Circuit, J. H. Hutchinson; Edna and Morales, H. A. Jones; Goliad, J. W. Maye; Hallsvllle, M. S. Jordan; Oakland, D. F. Vance; Port Lavaca, W. M. Franklin; Schulenburg, C. W, Frank lin; Sublime, J. E. Mayo; Victoria, H. Swan; Welmnrs A. Mosely; Whar ton Circuit, Burnet Byus; Yoakum and Sweet Home, N. J. Moore. Waso PlNt, It. W. McMillan, D. 8. Andrews' and Jones, B. J. Goff ; Bethlehem, W. M. Reed: Bruceville Circuit, W. W. 'White; Bremond Circuit, S. N. Harvey; Calvert, S. N. Harvey; Chilton Circuit, Tom Foy; Groesbeck, Moses Smith: Girlcy and Majors, S. D. Humphrey: MarHn W. M. Mooney; Mart, D. C. Halley; Mays field Circuit, Jno. Gee; Reagan and Bowmens, S. D. Mosely; Spring Hill Circuit, G. M. Mallory; Daco, St James ,S. E. Jones; Waco. Mt. Zlon, W. M. Stevens. J. J. HARDEMAN. Reporter. ELOCUTIONIST BETlTtXS FOR A FEW DAYS. Prof. J. C. Phillips, A B"., the cel ebrated dramatist and popular elo cutionist, who has returned from a few days and will fill a few dates yet pending in Kansas, Oklahoma anr1. Missouri and Texas before (departing for his much long and pre-planned course of special work at Emersoi College of Oratory and Expression at Boston, Mass. From news press comments of Col son was the Wiley-Pralrle View orado. Nebraska, Muutan" Wyoming. Florida, Kansas and Missouri, he very well proved his ability and scored much honor, havin? appeared before both races in many large audiences. XOTirE TO THE PlBLICt Ths question has been asked "Why Is it Rev. W. L. Dickson does not come around." . He answers the ques tion "I have been trying to pay a $7,000 noto that came due Dec. 1, 1920. I am thankful to say to the public that we paid it off today. Our . new farms are all in good shape; 5000 bushels of sweet pota toes, 54 bales of cotton, 1000 bushels of corn have been raised on the farm. It has taken all the money to pay for land and other expenses. Christmas. Please do not forget the children Christmas. Rev. J. E. Toliver is in town, see him. Sand the package to Rev. W. L. Dickson. P. O. Box 209, Gilmer, Texas. Do not delay. The children rhould be helped. Send anything you desire. W. L. DICKSON. Tim virTonY MunAti. what it I AND HOW YOU CAJf GET ONE. The Victory Medal Is a badge la "I'd to all members of the armed force of the United Rtatea. who were In the service between April , 1917. and November 11, 1918, and whose services were honorable. It consists of a symbolic meria) of bronae. sus nended from a rainbow Colored rib bon. Clasps are attached to thla rib bon for each of the thirteen major operatlona or battles for service in a nfenMve sector and also for ser vice in Prance, England. Russia, Si beria and Italy. The Medal for ser vice In the United States or tta poa sesslons haa a ribbon without clasps. If you served anywhere, either at home or abroad, between April 6. 1917 and November 11, 1918, you are entit led to a Victory Meal, If your ser vice was honorable. These Medals are being Issued without any charge what ever. If vou served In the army either as an officer or enlisted man. get Into communication with the Commander of the nearest Post of the American Isrlon, at once, and place your ap planation for the Medal. Arrangements nre being made to visit each Post, thus making It unnecessary to send vour discharge certificate to Dallas. If there Is no American Legion Post nearby, send your discharge certificate to the United States Army Recruiting Station. 1614 Main Street, Dallas. Tex as, and ask frr an application blank. Fend your discharge by Registered Mall and we will return It the same dav by Registered Mall. You will receive your modal within ten rfaya after making application for It. They are sent to vou direct fmm the Denbt Office. Philadelphia, Pa. After December 10, 1920, medals for service In France and the United Sfntes will be Issued direct from this office, greatly shortening the time of obtelnlng the Medal. NOW Is the best time to get these medals when you can do it with the ! least trouble. Ten years from now! ... in . - ..... i . in i ' v..., will w n ii i i,ii ii, II II I iv win u. twice a troublesome to obtain It The mnrial may not mean much to you now. but It will mean a great deal to your decendanta. GET BUSY and fe-et It NOW. ISAAC H MEYETIS, tnd Llaut lat Inf. Squaw Vine 7 As,oV Woman's Friend Dr. Link's Female Regulator, $1.00 A Restorative Tonic for Women In derangements of the reproduc tive org-ans. Lnsurpassed aa a remedy for Irregular. Suppressed or Painful Menstruation. In Sterility from Atony or Torpor of the Sexual Organs, and in Leucorrhea, Menstrual Headaches and Uterine Back aches. GOLDEIf TOJTICi" THE WONDER, SI. 00. For Constipation. Indication, Biliousness. No equal. 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ACCURATE BUSINESS TRAINING Courses of Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping and Civil Service completed In 12 weeks. Terms and prices reasonable. EUREKA BUSINESS COLLEGE, . EUREKA BUSINESS COLLEGE 616 Good Street Dallas, Texas 12-11-291 THE SCHOOL OF BETTER TRAINING t OFFICIAL NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL AND OF A GENERAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN REALTY AND CONSTRUCTION CO.; 1 Dallas, Texas, Dec. 13, 1920. TO THE STOCK-HOLDERS OF THE AMERICAN REALTY AND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY: GEKERfL MEETING. You are hereby notified that a general meeting of the Stock-holders of the above named Company Is called to meet at the Congregational Church, on Hawkins Street, Dallas, Texas, December the 27th, 1920, at 8:00 P. M. All members are urged to be present and bring a prospective' Stock-holder; and, in the meantime, come prepared to make the largest payment on shares, al ready subscribed, and to take out new and larger shares. , THE ANNUAL MFETIFG. ' The annual meeting of the Stock-holders will be held In the St. James Church, Good Street, Dallas, Tex as, January the 11th. 1921, at 8:00 P.'M- The object of the meeting Is to make collections on all unpaid shares, to hear the reports of the offi cers to elect a Board of Directors;' and, to attend to such other business as may properly come before the . meeting. All members are respectfully requested to be pres ent. Yours truly, P. A. WREN, President. M. M. RODGERS, Secretary. 12-18-lt ;,tt4it4.i' m AGErCtSJMTED - r-rra A t f If u i i I" SOUTH'S FINEST COLORED SHOW SUND4Y i BERT LYTELL in ' "THE PRICE OF R BUSTER KEATON in MONDAY- JACK DEMPSEY in DAREDEVIL JACK" -. (EPISODE NO. 7) NEAL HART in . MIAN'S CREED" SUNSHINE COMEDY "SLIPPERY FEET" TUESDAY ' V HARRY MOREY iri "THE FLAMING CLU3S" LITTLE SAMBO AND SNUB POLLARD in TONER HOUR" WEDNESDAY- RUTH ROLAND in 'TIGER'S TRAIL" (EPISODE NO. 5) HELEN GIBSON in "WIRES DOWN" BILLY WEST in THURSDAY- DOROTHY DALTON in "BACK OF THE MAN" WILLIAM DUNCAN in T1E SILENT AVENGER" (EPISODE NO, 2.) FRIDAY v PEARL WHITE in - : "THE BLACK SECRET" (EPISODE NO. H) HOOT GIBSON in "WRONG VRIGHT" JIMMIE AUBREY in "ZIPANDZESF SATURDAY We Vvant to get in touch with a few live agentSj to represent us over the State. You can make big money if you are willing to work. A MILLION DOLLAR OIL CO. Organized by the Colored People. For the Colored People. Write for literature and full information. Southern States Oil Co., 2547 Elm Street- Pythian Temple Bldg., DALLAS, TEXAS. 12-18-lt JEWS BKSKTfT IMMIGRATION BILL AND FOKD 1'KOPA.GANDA. A. N. P.) . New York. Deo. IS. The Jewlah people of America have at last spok-1 .en in no uncertain tnrma against the ' propaganda that haa been used against them for a number of months by , Henry Ford and others who seek, as they claim, to mls-repreaent their at tltude before the American people, The document la sinned by the lead-: ingr Jewish people, of all activities, in 6very section of the country. j In closing the sta'i rneni the fol-1 lnwlng appeal is made: 1 "We have an abiding; confidence In the spirit of Justice and fairness that permeates the true Amrl:an and we are satisfied that our fellow citizens wjll not permit the rnmpaltfn of slander and libel that lias been laun ched against us to go unreprovod. There is enouch for all of ua to do in the great task of building up our common country and of developing the principles on which It was found ed. Let not hatred and mlstind jmtand Ing arise where peace and harmony, unity and brotherllnees. are renuirid to perpetuate all that America rer-'-scnts and to enable all men to know that within her wide boundaries there Is no room for injustice and Intoler ance. This public address was prepared as the result of a conference of leading Jewish organisations called by the American Jewish committee to dis cuss the widespread campaign of se cret and public antl-Jewlah propa- tna ganda In United Blatea. Thousands Arc Getting It By mail. Are You? Th fact b that many thottftands arc dying vry ytar from weak and diseased kid.itrya, rnd refkra of thif paper hitvt been Inform-. J ab ut the ?reat rod Powler'a 10 Drape hs dace amonc kidney nfferera. W are snd in out hurdreil of bottles by mail and yo.i arc not a!r-arfy a utter of Fewler's 10 Drop, don't put if o'f any lorf r, but ao to y .r ne-trept po t r.ffic and mail in a money order f"w Ona Dollar and set Fowler 19 Drepa NOW. I" your back la wek. or you drat around ' aif the time with backache, If you have rhrumiUic nina or pain in the mUxn ch, if yon a;pt nervoua and have "weak epvlli" now nnd then. . t.r if that old 1 Mdtous kidney trouble i (rrrinl!y weakening your heat, which cause the Jeflt over-exrrtion to B.t you tfmoi t "out of breath." Btop rit;nt uw and think of what we have been to1 ling you in tht paper about Fowter'a 19 Drr.pe. Go tt the pot of ft and aend for tti's tmut rrr"dy at cnet. When you have used ona hoti of Fc'Wlrr'a 11) Drupe if you uiu n t a f 3uand t'mcn p'ai yon vr (t we will trlndly end your dollar b ck. Remember the price h Or Dollar a bottle, or ix bot'lea for Five Do'Ipm. It ia aold In Dallaa by mot all rood dm; atorea. If yon live outa;d of Dnll'ii, yon en rrt It- hrmvdfntely by mnil, all thnnte pr-ld. "OWLKR UlttMJCAL CO., hex fi7, Dallaa, Tmm. CHRISTMAS DAY "THOEVH-TOFl First time shown in Dallas also FATTY ARBUCKLE in CHESTER JOHNSON, Mgr., FRED HILS0N, Cashier FOOT PALL CHRISTMAS DAY, DECEMBER 25TII, 1920 TOSKEGEE VS. PRAIRIE VIEW ' Two Largest SchooLn the South BIGGEST GAME EVER. STAGED IX TEXAS ATHLETIC EVENT OF TEE YEAR Houston, Texas i ' '' ... , Don't Miu The Treat. Yours very truly, J. E. STAMPS. M. R ANDERSON Invest Wisely rHIXJuIP HICKS "Order ., your men's suit now at 80 per cent reduction. .We have also reduced the prices on 8.11 repair work. CHESTER PARK TAILOItS Cor. Hall and Central Avenue Dallas, Texas riione Y B0.-.S 10-9-261 if m ""V Y