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TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, XAWA Xt go, iWel.
mi urn Fort Worth, ?.Vxaa, Jan. 27, 1921. Heading imiketh a lull man; con ference a reaily man; and writing an exsct man; and therefore if a nuvn write little, ho had nedd have a great memory; if he confer Utile he had need have a present wit; and if he read little, he had need hvc much cunuin?, to seem to know that be doth not. "Read the Dallas Express and keep posted. On sale at Temple Drug titnre." '"'..' Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Sneed of Den ver, Colorado, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Crabb, Violet trect. last week. They left for 8 visit to Tcxarkana and other Texas cities. One of the moat Interesting fea tures of the week was the musicai by the 'F"--Cleft Company, Tuesday niriit. Jan. 18 at Bakers Chapel. This company is composed of some of Fort Worth's best talent. Too miKh nralse can not be given them for all who heard them must admit it was a treat to the music lovers. Let us praise our home talent for indeed they are trying to make goo(? in tha musical world and should be encouraged. Let's boost the "F" Cleff Oomtny by turning out to near them. . . , Bead the Dallas Express and other literature found at Temple Drug tnrft. Mrs. M. M. Sparks visited Waco laat week. Mr. J. I. Dotson, Managing Editor Of the Hornet, who has been fll for wnnA me is well and out again. mm heautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young was the scene of birthday party in honor of tneir daughter. Miss Ada Young: The bouse was artistically docorated in red and green, Utle on the (able the beautiful display of cut glass and candles of red, was aglow with tha hirthdav cake holdine 15 email candles. Each guest was presented a small basket filled with candy, sfmes. Seymour, Moore, Holland and Barnum assisted the hostess to en tertaining the guest. Every one en Joyed themaolves. Read the Dallas Express. Dr. S. Fiournoy of Topeks, Kims., was a pleasant vlsltoo in the city Mrs. Cora Anderson, Harding St.. had as her guest, her sister, Mrs Kattle Mundcn of Montgomery, Texas, jftftt wcolc. A page digested is better than r vdurae hurriedly read. ' Read the Dallas Express and other Kood Negro literature found al Temple Drug Store. Mr. A. G. Perkin, Jr., of Galveston Teia and son of Judge A. G. Per kins, was a visitor in our city re cently. Sunday afternoon, January 23rd. Bakers Chapel, the choir and the entire congregation and friends char tered a Special lnterurban for Dallas to worship with St James A. M- E Church. It was a fine day for the occasion. The paBtor, Rev.- .Starks. was absent owing to the serious ill his. little daughter, but Rev. Iiaker filled the place and did well for the occasion. The choir sang as ,.,- before. This is Indeed a beau ttful structure and Dallas should feel T.mni of this nastor ana us con grcgation. .After services, the Fort Worth bunch boarded the .11:30 o'clock car after spending a glorious lr in the c.ilf of Dallas. To read without reflecting, is like iKn; without digesting. Read the Dallas Express and be vlws, - Temple Drug htpre. other assessments of the district for the year, viz., RevB. J. H. Smith, C. W. Abington, 1L S. Sims, W. H. I.'urden, J. U. Johnson and Mrs. C. W. Abington, Mrs. S. B. SmitK. The Presiding Elder suggested that the body -resolve Itself into a committee of the whole; the suggestion was ac cepted and Rev. H. S. Sims, was chos en as secretary. The Presiding filter called the name of each charge and the pledges were made as follows:- Bethel, Dallas, for Education twv.vv; EaBter day $75.00, Children's day $15.00; W. H. M. S $40.00; St. James Temple, Education, $300.00; Easter day $75.00, Children's day fio.uu, w. H. M. S. $10.00; St. Paul, Educattlon $125.00, Easter day $20.00: Children's day $10.00, W. H. M. S. $25.00; White Rock, Education $100-00, EaBter day $15.00, Children's day $3.00, W. H. M. S. $12.00; Smith Chapel, Educa tion $60.00, Easter day $16.00, Child ren's day $8.00, W. H. M. S. $12.00; t Omnel. Education $30.00: Easter I day'$5-00, Children's day $2.50, W.iflj H. M. S. $8.00; Gaines Chapel, Edu- Sj cation $20.00; Easter day $5.03, .8 Children's day $2.50; W., H. M. S- 1 $6.00; West Lemon Auenuo, Educa- as GRAND CENTRAL THEATRE Matinee Every Day Starting 2:30 P. M., Continued to 11,:00 P. M. JOHN HARRIS, Owner and Manager THE VF.DF.RATKD H01TK BISSIOHABT SOCIETY OF FORT ' ViOUTU , Met in their monthly meeting, Mis- ;owsry Conclave, in Mt Pisgah Bap tiat Church, Mrs. 9. H. Fowler, the preoidont was ill and not able to be present in th's great meeting. Mrs M. E. Thompson, Vice-president and one of the most noted. Missionary .Workers of the city presided. In deed a glorioi i meeting and much helpful buslnebd was dispatch I un der the direction of . this Godly wo- nun. Mrs. Fowler Is highly cultured tuid a gifted leader and was greatly missed in the meeting. Mrs. Drake xi&a vrcset and presented the needs of the Ilc,e Training and Industrial Home for fallen girls. Mrs. Amy Washington, matron, 4s making goon. Mrs. M. B. Thompson, being an ex pert financier at once set in to lift a collection to assist in paying off the plumbing bill $53.00 In cash u raised and a drive put on for tue balance of $297.00. Dr. A. I Carper was present and made helpful re marVs, aUo Drs. M. K. Curry, R. S. Joutuos, G. V(. Day and other gentle men visitors. . It was very nv.ch regretted tha! Ir. S. R. Prince, was absent,' but when it was ennounced that the good Dr. Prince was in Chicago running a revival with much success 'all vrere wade happy and content; for Mrs. C. A. Prlnct. the pastor's wife, proved to be a hostess indeed But the good part Is with the General Committee; Mrs, M. P. Johnson Gen eral Manager, Mrs. A. J. Youn; Pres ident of Mt. Plsgah Women's Home Missionary Society. Mrs. W. Gray, Mrs. F. Foster, Mrs. M. J. Davis, ?tfrs. L. C. Abell, Mrs. Matti " Ogg. , and otlirrs constitned the committee ttat gave the beautiful repast. A tnost-palltafcle turkey dinner with nil the side dishes and trimmings; it was par ext-i llent fxcellin r all others. But wai' i it will take pen 5!nckpd from an anrels' wing to tell ttie benefit that this society of Rood women are doing nnj wt'.I do, if their plans are carried out bp they have arranged. Thol- meetings are from church to church each month. They know no denomination al lines or creed, their msslon Is to do good. A lan.fi gathering witnessed the liiirlilv ii,;resting program of superi- subjects )y trained missionary work ers. The next meeting will be m f.t. James Baptist Church the 4th Momtay in F "miary. 2Sth day. DALLAS .DISTRICT KOTES.. (R. S. Jenkins, P. E.) Dallns, Texas. Jan. 27 1021. The Pastors' ar.d Laymen's '"'oun- i-il for the Dallas District '..vned -i Doiiifi J) : M. K. Church it 11:30 a. n, Rov. R. S. .Jenkins. P. E., pre B'iiini?. Tvotional Exercises con uHed by Revs. J. If. Bu:h and J. i!. lar'Jh. 1h ProfifliPg EW'er stnted tii oli jo ot ihJ nioi'tiiig. pv. Curlh was eloctcd see.rery.. he fiilowinr: ronur.ittwn were appoint ed: . ca Kicatlna!, Mles'.onary a:it. tion $30.00, Easter day 14.00, CMid- ren'a day $2.S0, W, H. M. S. $6.00: St. Jamea, Cowanville, Education $40.00, Easter day $5.00. Children's day $2.00, W. IL M. S. $10.00; Lincoln Manor, Education $30.00. Easter day $6.00, Cl ildren's day $2.50, W. H. M. S. 410.00; Bear Creek-Arlington, Edu cation $25.00, Easter day $3.00, Child ren's day $2.00, W. H. M. S. $5.00; Dalwortb, Education $20.00, Easter day $3.00, Children's day $5 00,. W. H. IL S. $5.00; Carrollton-Grapevine, Education, $3.00, Easter day $3.00, Children's day $2.00, W. H. M. S. $9.00; Hlckory-Lewisvllle. Education $20.00, Easter day . $2.00 Children's day $2.00, W.s H. M. S. 11 JO; Sanger, Education .410-00, Easter day $2.00, Children's , day $1.50, W. H. M. S. $3.00'; Garland-Caruts, Education $100.00, Children's day $2.00, EaBter day $150, W. H. M. S. $2.00. Rev. W. W. uowan, cionierence Evangelist, is to raise $200.00, Rev. Mrs. Ida B. Jefferson, Conference Evanjiist to raise $200.00; Rev. H. D. Winn, Conference Evangelist and Manager t,: Allen League, to raise 2(10.(i0: Rec. J. W. JoBh.ua,' Confer ence Evangelist, to raise a free will offering. Thus closed one or tnc most wonderful Pastors' councils, wherein every man showed a spirit for work in the building up and for the advancement of the work of the district. They have declared for the leadership of Texas, regardless oi friend or foe. ' . From the Council we were escorteo to the parsonage, where Rev. J. H. Smith and Mrs. J. H. Smith, host nnd hostess, with a committee of the noble hearted ladies of the board and auxiliaries of Bethel A. M. E. cnurcn. served a delicious and palatable din ner of the choice delicacies and tne substantial edibles of the season. Indeed they - were served in aouna- ance and all were filled and much was left over. The instnct comer ence will meet in Bethel A. M. E. Church, Dallas, May 19-22 inclusive. The Sunday School Convention will meet in Allen Chapel A. M. u. cnurcn, Fort Worth. Texas, Sept. 1-4 inclusive. Rev. J. H. Smith was a leading light in the work of the Pastors' Council. Each suggesttion made b: him was caught up by the Brethren and put in the light of the tangibles far good results. Mrs. Abington, the conference president, was present with a staff of ladles of the Women's Missionary Society. Mrs. S. B. Smith of Cowanville, and Mrs. Amanda Owens of Lee's Chapel. Mrs. S. L. Johnson, the district president, was ill and could not be present but sent Christian greetings. The most remarkablo thing in the Pastors' Council was the harmony and the willingness of the ministers and laymen to pledge for greater con- nectional claims In every department of the church. They made the Pre siding Elder feel proud of his holpcrs as never before. The Quarterly Conference at Wesley , Chapel A. M. E. Church in North Fort Worth was rained out Saturday night but at 11 o'clock. before the service started, th-.t great preacher, sweet singer and powerful prayer, Rev. W. H. Durden, announced that Wesley was ready to pay off in full the presiding elder, and that even before he had read a line of the scriptures or had spoken a word to the members and officers. Now, sucb Is wonderful and proves that nothing can equal the power of organization for which Rev. Durden is noted ana is worthy of any pastorate in the State of Texas. We hope to see him soon In one of our large churches of the connection. But we aennot close this lonp letter without speaking most com mendable of Dr. H. S. Sims, sermon Thursday night in the Pastors' Conn cil. It was indeed great and worthy of our best commendation. God bless the msn and members of the Dallas District Next Sunday we will be ' witt "Mother Allen Chapel" of Fort Worth .t'Mcas. Allea Chapel is one of the 1 1 : .. 1 ' EVERY SUNDAY v "The Phantom Foe" Featuring JAUNITA HANSON with WARNER OLAND EVERY SUNDAY, "The King of The Circus" Featuring EDDIE POLO with C0R1NNE PORTER, TWELVE COLORED WOMEX SERVE OX JURY IX OAKY, LiU, COLRT. EVERY MONDAY GeomeESeitz Velyet RMGERS "WITH JvtARGUIHIX SZLJ COUKTOX y EVERY THURSDAY "VEILED MYSTERY Featuring ANTONIO MORENO with PAULINE CURLEY. ,N .... i:'' .J. -l v- r i -t" l 1 . 1 1 trl Anion io Morenrf f I Gary Ind-, Jan. 27. What Is be lieved to be the first Jury composed entirely of Colored women ever sum moned In this country, sat In Judge Wellner's court on December 31st, to try the case of Gertrude Meredith against her husband, George Meredith, who Is charged with non-support and provocation. . This Jury ws summoned at the repuest of the state and is composed of Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. S. Patton, Mrs. H. C Carson, Mrs. Mattle Garner, Mrs. Seldon, Mrs. S. J. Hampton. Mrs. Annie Sharp, Mrs. Garnett, Mrs. S. R. Balckwell, Mrs. Leek, Mrs. H M. Walker and Mrs. Josephine Walker. MRS. Lk. A. BRADLEY, -1 Registered Boencer Corsetlere. .Why not preserve the youthful grace of your figure by letting an expert design a special model for your particular needs. Arj3pencer Corset will guarantee to you STYLE that Is charmingly Irresistible along with comfort that Is Incomparable. Phone X 6768 (or special fittings in the privacy of your home, or call at 2313 Flora Street. 9-4-62t ADA'S HAIR GROWER III tore, monin. 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None but Graduate Nurse need apply. Ad dress communication to Dr. L, G. PIJiKSTOif, Box 150, TerrelL Texas. l-22-6t. Wood anil Edwards Stetson Hats, Ladies' Hats cleaned and rcblockcd. Wood and Edwards Hat Factory, 421 South Ervay Street, Dallas, Texas. tf. Dr. Lytle Veterinary Surgeon on i animals of all kinds. Office at Peo ples Undertaking Company, 210 N. Pearl street. Hours from 9 a. m., to 5 P.,m. X 1296, residence 3928 Willow street, Dallas, Texas. v 7-29-tf. DR. J. HORACE DCDD, riiyslclan and Surgeon, Office 2004 Williams and Henry Streets, Near Ford Building. Office Phone Y 1023 ' Residence Phone X 6118. DR. J. G. HARDIN, MEDICINE AND SURGERY, OBSTETRICS ' Office 818 1-2 Burbon St 9 A. M. to 11 A. M. 3 P. M. to 6 P. M. 7 P. M. to 9 P. M. Hours Phones Office Y 6793 NlRht Y 6047 12-26-12t DR. E. E. WARD, Physician -and Surgeon, Room 20S Pythian Temple, Phones j T 6537 Kcs. X 1901 ) -V'i V r- v.' . 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Insure with Western Mutual Fire Insurance Company ef Texas,, and be wise. W. H. Holloway, Agent 718 Haw kins Street Phone Y 1939. 8-7-tf FOREIGN CLASSIFIED "ADS." say mmm Ml WANTED AT OXCE. Wanted a Machinist Linotype Op erator and good all-round printer pressman. Top-notch salary. Apply THE TULSA STAR, A. 3. Smlthernian, Publisher. Box 1568 Tulsa, Okla. 11-13-tf THOUSANDS PRAISE THIS GREAT STOMACH REMEDY Indigestion, Constipation, Sick and Nervous Headaches, Oases in the Stomach and Dyspepsia almost instantly relieved -with JUVITO PURE HERB TABLETS. Thousands of .grateful users praise the reju venating and strengthening proper ties of these Tablets. One Dollar per box or write for Free three days treatment. JUVITO LABORATORY, South Hills Branch 71 Pittsburgh, Pa. . 1-15-41 Office Henri Phones 10 to 12 a. m. Residence H. 28ST 2 to 4 p. m. Office H. 267S 6 to 8 p. m. DR. RUSSELL H. TROTTER, .Medicine and Surgery In Connection With Morgao-Busch Sanitarium 10274 B )ll SU at Central Dallas DRS. PORTER AND PORTER Physicians and Surgeons Graduate of three Medical Colleges, Scientific treatment of blood dis eases and diseases women and chil dren. Office hours: 8:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M. 2:00 P. M. to 4:00 P. M. 7:00 P. M. to 10:00. P. M. Office 2413 1-2 Elm Phone Y 2705 Dallas, Texas. . Ambitious girls and ladies can earn from $20.00 to 840.00 weekly at home, Learn the best paying trade and earn while you learn. Learn the French and American system of Hair Dress ing and beauty culture. The old. original and unexcelled system that you can do perfect, up-to-date work on either race.. This system is used., and practiced by thousands of suc cessful hairdressers. . , Mme. DeCarroll. an old. experienc ed graduate Hairdresser and Beauty Culturlst, who has taught many others this trade, will teach you this complete course by mall for only $10.00. First class work Guaranteed Diploma awarded. Send a money order to THE IDEAL CO., Box 70, Station G, New York City, N. Y. .Send a stamp for full par ticulars and enrollment blank today. A. S. WELLS. Attorney and Councellor at Law 206 Pythian Temple Dallas, Texas. 12-4-52t. WAVE OLA GROWS BEAUTIFUL HAIR) Your money back without question) WAVE OLA fails to grow the hair' or cure thct scalp. V , SsmpU box sent to anyone foT lOc Posts, f Willliams MfgrCol vai-aw.cai. OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA. l-15-4t 0 r Great Secrets Roots, Herbs, J.oartntones. Magnetic Bands, Oriental Lucky Stones, Black Arts WltPhcraftlntr, Formulas for mali-otr Horh Medicines to treat all klnclrf if diseases. Pow-Wow TTnlr Grower, Fortune Telling- Cards. The magic ringrer King-, Haprs, Mirrors, The Keys of Solomon, Vodoo Haps, Talismans, Seals, Sth and 7th Book of Moses, etc. Write, enclosing 50c for isook or Keci pes. ' .K. D. WESfFIL Box 1.11 Montgomery. Ala. - " 1-29-lt best churches of the state. She may have rivals, but no equals for loy alty to the connection, and the care of her pastor and respect for the minister and the poor. Her record text week's noten. , FRAffCE IGXOUES FKOTESTS OF , EXITED STAGES. Paris, France, Jan. 27. Even if the United States government should take 6teps ofllcially t. protest against the use of French Co ored troops in thi occupation of German territory, tbey will not be withdrawn. This is the feeling here following th announcement that Representative Britten of Illinois, had Introduced a measure In the Howe of Reprssmta- tves askina that France be requested to withdrawn her colonial troops from German territory. Fiance un derstands that any such represent tions must be backed by reasons. anJ official investigation has proven ttat the colonial troops are ihe best behaved troops on the continent. Sneaklner it .be chamber of Drpu ties this week. Deputy Andre Bethon declared he regretted that President Wilson did not reof-in5 the "rights of weaker people" by regulating the color question in his own country. "There la no such question among us." "I was onlned dviilng the war .( seeing Amorlonn officers refuse to srJute b'dck officers who were flght- ine in tlo same cause for civilization and JiiKtlco. Wusl-.ln iton, D.' C, Jan. 27. Rep restntatt -Britten's resolution was refe-red to Foveicn 'Relations Com mit tee where It' vlit probably die BrlHen astjs h' petition will carry 30,00 signatures. GOUVERNEUR MORRIS' - The Penalty A powerful drama of under-world life. ' ' , , ThS ama.ins story of a man with half a body and half a soul. The remarkable performance of Lon Chaney, a man of normal physique, who plays a legless cripple throughout a seven-reel produc tion. The first Picture with a legless hero . a mcturu mat ppbib w ' " son without smugness or poachment y,iK,. .,-. The rut Includes: ICU ct'nnov of the "MIRACLE MAN rame, ClaJe Adorns. Charles Clary, th . Grey Terry, Milton Ro. James M'l"".fnwin 'follow th- career of Bllard. (Lon Chaney), legless kins of far. Francisco's underworld, with breathless lnterct. A picture that will set the whole town tu'kiag. Admission: - - Adults, 20c; Children, 15c 1 SELMA MOORE, Ticket Agent J3HN HARRIS, OWNER AKD MANAGER ' GADfESTILIE, TEXAS. Churches: Owing to the Inclement weathor Sunday School tt Mt. Olive was not well attended. Jan. 23rd., although . SupL Fulbrlght and tw stuff of teachers were on hand. Ti e Sunday School Is progressing undor the careful leadership of Mr. M. A. IMlbrlgLt Pastor Brown, preached two very able sermon.; at 11 a. m. and at n'sht B. Y. P. U. is pro gressing under President E. I Black- man, A beautiful lesson was had. Subject: "A Cry for Help." After which a program was rendered by tfcs Willing and Ready Section. Sun ti:c w8 high day at Bethel A. M. E. Church. Sunday School was good under tha leadership of Mrs. A. S Stone. Pastor, Rev. M. H. Melton preached two strong sermons at 11 and tit 8 p. m. Subject for the morn ing eervice: "Obedience,": nigh, sir rtc, "Go Forward." The .sermons wero powerful and instructive. Pas tor hfllton preached two special ser mons Sunday, Jan. 30. Subject at 11 a. m., , "Sin-sick Souiy"; at night. LUNGS WEAK? Generous Offer to Tnbereulosls Suf ferers ef Trial of SANOSIIV SAKOI.R UM Kmbmclnsr Europe's Remarkable .... OH,, .r. Noted medical scientists Poetors Hanelins, Sommerficld. Wolff. Noel. Oauthlor, Essers declare SANOSIN most valuable treatment for Pulmon ary ailmenti. Felix Wolff, Court Phy- i Excelsior Mutual Benefit ; Association . r Dallas, Texas Most people need money when there's death in the family. Some- j times they want to carry the body I out of town or they may want to ; .send for a relative. ' If you think I you need tbla kind of SERVICE take Insurance with the ' EXCKLSIOR MrTUAL BENEFIT ? ASSOCIATIOJI J We pay death claims in 24 hours. ', Any person desiring such protec- , tion, call at room 209 Pythian Tern- pie, 2649 Elm street or call M. 657. H. STRICKLAND, i President, 8. CO FIELD, Secretary. - BIG REDUCTION sician, Director of the Sanitarium for! "Lost Opportunity. ' All . are in,. ted. Rev. Smith, pastor of St. James C M. E. Church is still doing some goo work. He had with him Sunday, Jan. 23, Rev. J. W. McKinney, Pre siding Elder of this . district, who preached Sunday morning and night and held quarterly conference Mon day night, Jan. 24th. Mr. Baker of the T. and P. visited Mlsa Genella Hill, Sundays Jan. 23rd. "Lest we forget" you can always get the Ex-p.-ess at Leathers and Watson's Cafe, corner Rusk and Elm streets, - a very nice place to eat, and Mill Street Grocery. Jihnny Robinson, r- porter. Consumptives In Relboldserun. Oer many, highly recommends it. HANUSin has hien officially recommended to the Berlin Medical Association. Dr. C. W. A. Essers, Amsterdam, Holland, declares It a "Moral obligation to make SANOSIN known to the whole human race." American sufferors, rich or poor, can Use this remarkable home treatment thf. has met with such success in Europe. SANOSIN SANOI.EUM is designed to produce calm, restful sleep without Vorphlum or similar deadening drugs, and to bring almost Immediate relief from onphlnB, blood splttlnir and night sweats. SANOSIN SANOI.EUM Is an Inexpensive home treatment oi genuine ncrlt ana is proving dibsbimk n 1 t ? t t X SUI ON ALL "'.."' T'S AT CHAMBERS Now is your time to dress up choap -Suits for all occasions. CLEANING, PRESSING AND DYEING Garments called fr and delivered. V H. R. CHATIBERS & CO., 211 NORTH CE5TRAL. f i ? i ? i X I X X Xi X: X ; ?: ? ?i i treatment an mnde in you d how a trial can be . 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