TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, XAWA Xt go, iWel.
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
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
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
Mrs. M. M. Sparks visited Waco
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
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,
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
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-
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
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
. 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
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
Next Sunday we will be ' witt
"Mother Allen Chapel" of Fort Worth
.t'Mcas. Allea Chapel is one of the
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JAUNITA HANSON with
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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
. 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
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Dr. Lytle Veterinary Surgeon on
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residence 8303 Tnomaa Ave. Phones:
Office Y 6844; residence H. 4027;
Office hours: 10 a. m. to 12 m.; 8 to
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W. H. Holloway, Agent 718 Haw
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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
"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
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
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 '
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.
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Rev. Smith, pastor of St. James C
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Jan. 23, Rev. J. W. McKinney, Pre
siding Elder of this . district, who
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EUREKA BUSINESS COLLEGE
"THE BRUTE MASTER"
A school of the Southwest for the youthof the Southwest,
ACCURATE BUSINESS TRAIXIG
Courses of Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping and
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EUREKA BUSINESS COLLEGE
Service completed in 2 weks. Tei-ms and prices roauonable
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V 616 Good Street , Dallas, Texas
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