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TUB DALLAS EXVRKSS, DALLAS, TKXAS. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1021.
PAGR SEVEN. - 1 Ballas .1. ALU A AUSTIN, Dallas, was in the grip of a heavy wind, rain and hail storm Sunday, afternoon and night. Electric lights went out, several automobile wrecks, a man killed and his wife severely injured were the result of storm's visit. , Mrs. S. Miller of Hot Springs, i arrived in Dallas, last Saturday to Join her husband who has been here several months. They are residing with Mrs. Ella McKenzie. 2309 Al len street. Mrs. P. Ware after spending sev eral months in Detroit, has returned to Dallas, to the delight of her friends. Mrs. W. P. Wallick and little daughter, Ruth returned last week from a visit to Pittsburg, where they have been visiting the sick bedside of Mrs. Wallace's father. He was improving when she departed. The Dallas Express and the home Is complete. Mrs. Ozlas Wesley of 713 Hor ton is visiting Rev. and Mrs. J. W. McDade at San Antonio, this week. Mrs. I. C. Walker and daughter. Miss Marguerite Collins of Cleve land, Ohio, are visiting Mrs. Annie Johnson, 2209 Canton streets, and other friends in DallaB. nnllriR' market nuotaiion: Eggs, butter and sugar are falling In1 price. Sugar dropped 40 cents per hundred pounds, 2 cents reduction on country egifs, and butter dropped 4 cents on the pound. Wholesalers are selling creamery butter for 36 and 37 cents a pound, lowest prices in seven years. The retiring City Commissioners turned down tke 7c fares asked for by the Dallas Street Railway Com pany. Mrs. Pearl Lnnptly of 2713 Ross, returned last Thursday from Mar shall, where she has been attending the funeral of her uncle, Wade Richerson. Sr. Mrs. W. A. Tubbs is lust in from Scurry, Texas, where she has been tenchln'g and will be at home. 809 Allen street. Trof. W. A. Tubbs is In from SeagoviUe, where he has been teach ing for the lost five years. SEW COMMUNITY HOUSE OPENS. Mayor Wozencrnft Makes Opening Speech. The Auditorium of the new Com munity House was crowded last Thursday night by an eager throng who listened attentively to the speech of opening delivered by Mayor Wozen craft. Prof. J. P. Starks, as Master of Ceremonies introduced Mayor Wozen craft. The mayor's speech was brief but highly acceptable. He said that the opening of the Community House marked the fulfillment of tho last of his pledges made on the eve of his election. That he had always tHed to be a servant of all the peo ple and to see that their needs were filled. He spoke in hi"h praise of the Negro citizens of Dallas, and after thanking them for their co operation during his administration, declared the Community House open. The Secretary of the Park Board. Mr. Foster Jacoby, was also present and was introduced by Prof. Starks. Mr. Jncoby spoke briefly of the uses to which the house would be put mentioning club activities . winter movies, day nursery and field meets. Short speeches of respone to the mayor and Mr. Jacoby were delivered bv J. W. Rice and Prof. ,N. W. Harllee. At the conclusion of the short program several of the members of the clubs of ladies carried visitors on a tour of inspection of the build ing while the orchestra furnished music for the dancing of the younger people. Plans are already drawn for fur ther improvement of the park. Laying of walks will 1-cs-in ns soor as the graded spots settle. A stinervlsor has alreedv been ap pointed and a matron will be chosen latpr. Tt is exnected thnt the p-rk and Community House will pi'vo as a center of all Negro rerritirn. COLORED RRANCH Y. M. C.I A. Dr. J. R Moorland, International Senior'" Secretary of the Colored Men's D nartment of N. Y.. was in Dallas. Monday. He was met at the station by Prof. J. T. Fox and lo cal secretary, after a very pleasant conference he left' for Fort Worth, Texas. Dr. Moorland attended the Southwest Student Conference at Gihsland. La. He reported a splen did attendance and a profitable con ference. "The Hi-Y will meet In its regu lar meeting Friday night. Plans are under way for the closing events of club.Every member Is urgod to be present. Out of doors activities are to he conducted upon the Hall Street Park, all boys Interested In races, track meets, field day and mass athletics will meet there in the 'af ternoon from 3 p. m., to 6 p. m. Only a few cases were called through v'he Juvenile Court ' last weeks. May we urge that every pastor and church assist us In our financial effort this month to raise $700 for the support of the work among Colored men and boys. The Central Y. M. C. A. Committee has already given $ 1,000 and they are expecting us to raise 1,500 of which $800 has been paid In. Any pastor who did not receive' a letter from this office, was that- we did not have his correct address. The support of the work now only means larger things for us In the future and bet ter opportunities of developement and culture for our men and boys. Kindly make all checks payable to the Colored Branch Y. M. O. A., 213 Pythian Temple, Dallas, Texas. Any amount will be srreatly appre ciated. J. D. RICE, Secy. EAST TEXAS STRONGEST CITI ZEN DIES SUDDENLY AT A CONVENTION. Jeff Davis of Groveton, Texas, a Wgh r.hurch and lotiire man died suddenly last week near Beaumont, while attending a Baptist convention. Mr. Davis was well known and liked by all who knew mm nav- Xocal I I CITY EDITOK. inR been a representative of Knights of Pythias and Odd Fellow lodges of Groveton, a number of times and was a familiar figure in the ranks of both Grand Lodges. He served also as deputy. Aside from being an Odd Fellow and a K. of P., he was a member of several other fraternal orders. He is survived by a wife and sev eral children. MR. W. A. YOVXG LEAVES OX VACATION' TRIP. Mr. Walter A. Younsr, 2930 Main street, left Friday evening, April 29, for Chicago, 111., where he is spending his vacation and is domi ciled at the Idlewild Hotel. Mr. Young has. been responsibly Identified with the Electric Ap pliance Company of this city for beveral years and enjoys the confi dence of his employers. Mr. Young is also one of the popular and ac tive members of Golden Gate Chap ter No. 112 R. A. M. FORMER DALLAS-ROY WEDS WASH1XGTOXIAN. Friends here were surprised over the arrival of the news that Duke Lawrence Slaughter, a former Dal las boy. but recently of Baltimore, Md., had wedded a Washington girl. The event took place Monday evening, April 25th In Washington, D. C, his nephew, Joseph E. Moore, also a former Dallas boy but now a student of Howard University act ed as groom's best man. Mr. Slaughter has many friends in Dallas, who wish the new match a successful voyage across the sea of matrimony. The counle will make Baltimore, their home, where Mr. Slaughter has a government position. KANSAS CITY, MO. We are in the sadest hour of grief as we mourn the death of our dear Mr. Thompson, who departed this life April 4th. 1921, and who has passed into the sweet beyond where pain and sorrows are not known; with the God that rules the universe. Dark are the days, and long the nights, with loved ones below the sod, but, hope has build a ladder of light to the beau tiful city of God. Sisned: MME. A. J. BUTLER. OH "YES!" The Cemetery Association will meet at the Crawford Undertaking Co. Parlors at 3:30 p. m., next Sat urday. W.e have begun work in the cemetery, and our motto Is "To keep on, keeping on." Meet with us, and help us to think and keep the alive. Don't forget the place, Craw lord Co... 818 Good street. Mrs. L. V. Stewart, Pres.; Mrs. A. B. Malone, Sec'y; A. J. Dubose, Representative The classical club of the Dallas high school envites parents and friends- to its exercises to De nciu at Evening Chapel Church, Friday night. May 13th. Admission begin ning 8:15 p. m. Admission free. riRi.ir icitiM. Rev. E. C. Carter, Cltv Missionary, Urges Men to Turn to God for Help. We should consider God is help; the only and greatest help the human fiimiiv pvpr secured. Yet. we have many plans from the white and Col ored races trying to solve tnc aim culUes. and they are in operation, arA wo hnve nromises from various Government Executives from Prei- ident Lincoln to the present aay, yet, none of these have solved the problem of justice to the Colored race. What shall be done? What other source shall we look to? The cruel treatment is sMll extended to the Colored race. We should get closer together in all walks of life, from the day labor er to the highest commercial enter prise. We should be true to our fellowman. This Is the command of Christ to the people. We tave peo ple who are not true to their homes, families, race nor to God. For this we are punished. David paid: "Keep God's commands and walk in my statute and not go lusting after other races, but keep by word, "in the time cf trouble I will deliver thee." It is good to be friendly with all men; do not go to the extreme that you will forsake your own to please the Inst of the flesh. The T-ord is with us and will deliver us, if we will help him to make known his deeds to the peo ple and his righti ousness to men. In the land of Egypt the people of God were tasked, lynched, burned and whipped. They called on the mercies of God and He deliverer! them from the enemies. Though we suffer, God is preparing a leader t deliver us. Look to Him let Him know our troubles and trust Him. God cares for us if we will get in the path of righteousness. The youtif ministers of the city are asked to meet at Munger Avenue Bantist Church to organize a voune Min isters Union, beginning May 9th. THE CITY FI DER VTION OF COI OltER WOMEN'S CUIUS. Mrs. Homer Holller called the Cltv Federated Clubs at St. James Church on Wednesday evening. The oMect of the meeting was to make definite plans to open the Day Nursery. most enthusiastic meetlne was held and something over $500.00 was turn ed over to the Federation treasurer for the Nursery. Plans were laid t" open the Nursery on Mav lfith wtn a linen shower, at which time the nubile Is Invited to inspect and leavr linen suitable to nursery purposes A committee was anpolnted to fur nish the Nursery and get everything "n shnr-e for the opening. The next meetlne of the Fedoratw wU be held at St. .Tnmes n M 14 at 3 o'oln- k. All dus who hnv not reported are asked to com" atif' I turn in their donation at hn' "" or make your pledges so the Feder ation can go forward. Mrs. R"th ne",tl n' TTo-pfr" i rieasart vtsUor to Mr. A. M. Stovall. Thomas Avenue. Mm. Maud Wilson, Cochran Street Is home again after spending pome time In Marlln. COX TAYLOR WE DDIS G SOLUM-SIZED. Tho marriage of Miss Allie Boll Cox and Dr. A. L. Taylor, was sol emnized Sunday, April 24, at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Cox, 1400 Arizona Avenue. The service was read by Rev. A. L. Carper, pastor of Andrews Chapel M. E. Church- Only a few relatives and friends witnessed the ceremony. Dr. and Mrs. Taylor are now located temporarily at 1400 Arizona Avenue,, but for the future they will be at 1132 Humbolt Street. COLORED SCHOOLS TO SI'ELLIXO MATCH. HAVE Some times In near future the va rious Colored schools of the city will pull off a spelling match, prizes of 3, 5 and 10 dollars will be given the lucky contestants These prizes will be awarded In the following form first, second and third and the Btudent standing the longest will be declared the winner. Just when the match will take place has not been determined, but a committee Is at work preparing for the propose event the date of which will be announced later. YOUNG GROCERYMAX NARROWLY AVERTS ACCIDENT Mr. D. Rowen, Sr., narrowly avert ed a serious accident Monday night of last week when his car struck a teleeraph post; he was returning home from Pythian Temple, and was going north oil Hawkins street, near Swiss avenue, when he was blinded by the glare of the light from another automobile crossing Swiss, going south and ran into a post at Maranda and Hawkins and badly damaged the car In which he was riding. Had he been going at a high rate of speed he probably would have met with fatal accident. YOUNG STUDENTS VOCAL TAL ENT WINS FOR HER COURSE ! VOICE CULTURE. M!! ("Vlpcf Itip Colo. nn of the vnfep "Indents of Mrs. T. H. Miles, liroi'rb hpr vrv callable rendition nf bpr nnml'pro pt (hp Oratorio. 1.r.th ko Imnressed Mr. Tvre thnt he hn offered to bear the exnrnses of i fu'l c"'irne of vo'ce culture train ing for her undpr Mr. T. H. Miles. o"e f our local teachers of Voice. Mr. Tyree will be remembered as the promoter and owner of the Lln"o'n Manor Addition and the New Oak land Addition for Colored people. Mrs. T. H. Miles purchased a home In the New Oakland Addition United Rope Holders met Thurs day night with Mr. and Mrs. Mur- ry at 3508 Thomas avenue. The President. Mrs. M. J. Riddle, pre siding, the lesson was taught from Jonah. 3rd chapter. 24 members were present with six visitors. A dainty plate luncheon was serv. ed Mrs. Deboes will be hostess to the next meeting. The Wheatley Art Club met with rs. F. T. Adkins, Friday, April ?9, 3529 Meyers street. The presi dent presiding. After roll call, there were quotations by the members present. Mrs. L. McClemon was ac cepted as a new member. Refresh ments were served during the social hour. Mrs. Willie Will'ams. 281 S Flora street, will be hostess to the next i"p"ting, 13th inst. STATEMENT OF E. W. D. WELCH. T take this method in thanking tho Flvpplsior ATutnal Benefit As sociation. Loval Friends of Ameri ca and the K. or P.'s for their fi nancial assistance and such othehr assistance as was necessary, during mv illness while In Mineral Wells from Jan. 10th to April 1st, 1921. No one knows how a man feels, when down on his bed of affliction and the doctor comes to him and says he cannot tell whether he can make It. or not and he, among strangers, with only one are two familiar faces to give encouraging words, are wipe his feverish brow, except the silent friend whom we ran all trust "Jesus Christ." I wish for every one to know of the first one that came to me. After getting into Mineral Wells and after the doctor had told me over and over r.galn that it looked very much like I might as well get ready to cross the chiPv stream of Jordan, the Grand Master of the Loyal rrienas of America was notified and he came over on the next train, gave such assistance as was possible for the Loyal Friends, and the K. of P. and as long as I was in Mineral Wells. J also want to, speak for the Excelsior Mutual, I can say that they are the greatest insurance company in - Texas, for they pay everv thing they promise to pay, and voun don't have to talk of suelng them to make them pay either. I urn talking from experience. When vour are a man of small means they are sure to pay you. And one thing that makes me feel so proud of them as an insurance company, they are willing to give justice to a man when he needs it, Rnd that is when he is down on his bed of affliction. If there Is ever a time that a per-t-on needs the money It Is when he Is down. I know of seme Insurance com panies that fall to pay. but I can sav for the Excelsior they are sure nav. While I was in Mineral Wells, there was lots of people learned that I was a miember of two Insurances, and verv much surprised to know that both were Colored, they ask ed me, If the Colored would pay? I could easily show them what the Excelsior would do for as regularly as I sent In my claims, just that reg ular they paid me. That has made some of the people In. Mineral Wells believe that there Is some good in Colored Insurances. And to show that we believe, in the Excelsior, my whole familv. bro-tfier-in-law and wife, two nephews and their wives are supporters of the Excelsloh Mutual Benefit As sociation. My employers are also members. I will ever sing praises for this great and grand company. E. W. D. WELCH. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to extend thanks to the Excelsior Mutual Renefit Association for the prompt payment of the death claim of our Daughter 01 lle B. Mitche'l and for the services of the Pall Bearers furnished by the company. MR. and MRS. J. MITCHELL, Parents. Mr. Billle George expecU t gc North to enter business. ' LET'S TALK INSURANCE "INSURANCE THAT PROTECTS" Say, we have the kind of policy you have been looking for all these years. The very presence of an EAGLE MUTUAL RENEU1T ASSOCIATION Policy in your home is the assurance of full Insurance protection. We want you young man! You can make big money as an agent. Big money for live agents. AGENTS WANTED. W. A. RUSSELL, Pres. V. L. S. HOOKER, Gen. Mgr AVADH RK'HERSOX, Irons. Doom SIOO, Pythlun Temple i FORT WORTH Fort Worth, Texas. Mav 5, 1921. The man whom neither riches nor luxury nor grandeur can render happy may, with a book in his hand. forget all his troubles under the friendly shade of every tree, and may experience pleasure as infinite as they are varied, as pine as they are lasting, as lively as they are unfading, and as compatible with every public duty as they are con tributory to private heppincss. Mr. Luther Bryant ol Detroit Michigan Is visiting relatives and friends in the city and Mineral Wells. Mr ..Bryant Is a Fort Worth boy and we welcome him to the city. Rev. G. W. Burton of Itasca, was o nlrnsnnt visitor In the cltv last week. Mr. Emanuel Miles of Sherman la , Visiting his sister, Mrs. L. V. WllHe. 912, K. 3rd street. Mrs. Ben Johnson, 1808 John St., has as her guest, Miss Clara Thomp son of Itasca. Mrs. Mary Delums of Corsicana is visiting Mr. Maggie Brown, 930 11th i Avenue. On- last Wednesday, Rev. A. W. Edwards of Cleburne was in the city on business. Dr. Edwards !s Ginno High Priest of the Royal Arch Ma sons of Texas. Mr. George Wells left the r.lty Wednesday for Ohio. He will be out of the city for some time and his wife is expected to Join him. We want all news for tne Dallas Express. Please bring, send or phone Temple Drug Store Mrs. W. W. Humphries, ; 1104! Evans Avenue had as her guest, her cousin, Mrs. Jasper Miller of Hous ton, Texas. Mrs. Miller is here for an indefinite stay. Born to Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Tyler, 303 Crump street, a fine 8 pound boy, April 23. Mother and baby are do ing, fine. -- - - Mr. and Mrs. Alexander and Miss Will Nina Johnson visited Dallas, Texas. Mr. Henry Lacy, Dr. F. M. Brooks and other Dallasites, were in the city Sunday and visited the ball game at Panther Park between Dallas and , o'clock and had a very enthusiastic Fort Worth. Fort Worth won the , Bjble lesson from Matt 19:30, sub game; the scores being 4 to 0. ject: "Who is first In the Kingdon?" A 15 days revival campaign opened !Mrs. ora Kennard, Mrs. Holder and at Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church Sun- Elder Wallace- taking the most ac day morning. May 1st. Dr. Nathan- j tive part. liel Hawthorne Jeltz of Lawrence Kansas, an evangelist of national re- pute is assisting Pastor Sims during the entire campaign. Dr. Jeltz preached a splendid sermon Sunday morning and 7 were added to the church. No entertainment Is so cheap as reading, nor any pleasure so last ing, therefore, read the Dallas Ex nress and other literature found on news stand at Temple Drug Store. Mrs. Berry, Morgan street, one of Patron Chapter O. E. S's. faithful members Is still confined to the bed. We hope for sister Berry a speedy recovery. Rev. A- L. Boone, Humbolt Str" and pastor of Mt. Gllead Baptist Church Is In Chicago assisting Rev. L. K. Williams in a series of meet ings. Success to this great divine in the saving of souls in the Windy City. Mrs. W. A. Jones, Calhoun fetrert. vlsited Dallas last week aand was the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Geneva Bills, State street. After a week's illness. Mrs. V. A. those who made pledges more than Robinson is able to be up and out a year ago to please pay up in order agarn. ' j that the work will not be hindered. Mrs. Ethel Warren. Missouri Ave., The Consitution of the League also Mrs. Will Smith. Humbolt St., i adopted, after a db.oussion by Dr. is still on the sick list. ! r. a. Ransome, Rev. M. H. Spencer, Have you visited the news stand j Lawyer Hatton and Hon. J. C. Scott, at Temple Drug Store? If not. why ! Advance copies of the Directory was not? We handle the latest and best I exhibited and received the compM news all the time. Call and look the ments of all present. Everybody en papers over. joyed the meeting, and it is hoped THE CHURCH fall the Race people will support the ThP Church is the treat uplifting and conserving agency in the world, without which the race would soon relapse into barbarism and press its way to perdition. Christ alone Is the Head, by His truth to in struct; by His authority to govern; j Moore were united In marriage Wed by His grace to quicken; by His J nesday afternoon, April 27, at the providence to protect and guide; by home of the bride, 1020 Morgan St., 7i:s Holy Spirit to sanctify and bless; Rev. W. G. Upshad officiating. I 1 East India nown UN 1 Ii AKCnt. Outfit 1 Hair Grower. 1 Temple Oil, 1 Shampoo, 1 Press ing Oil, 1 Face Cream and direction for Selling;. ,nn. 2Kc Extra L HtLlAHLT imjompt OIIAS. T. RRACKINS, Sec'y f 4-7-lt the source of Its life wisdom, unity, peace, power, prosperity, dwelling with it here on earth and preparing its fathful members to dwell forever with Him in Heaven. Go to church Sun day. It will do you good. It is the only place where one day's truce ought to be allowed to the dissen sions and animlffities of mankind. ST JAMES BAPTIST CHURCH. The St. James 2nd Street Babtist Church royally entertained Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Winn with a birthday recepion, the latter being Sundaay, April 17, and the former a few days hence. Both were much surprised and this added much to the enjoy ment of the affair. Quite an enjoy able program was rendered by mem bers of the various clubs, viz: Prayer by Rev. W. Jones; Remarks by Hon. Nathan Johnson; Solo by Mrs. A. Mason, a special selection being transposed and arranged in suitable wording honoring Mrs. Winn as District Directress of Mission Work; an Insrumental Solo by Mrs. D. Wat son; Paper by Mrs. Starns, assistant teacher of Riverside School. Beauti- ful flowers were presented by the Junior and Primary departments oi the Sunday Schools by two little girls, Nora May Talton and Myrtle Lee Wheat, in sweet and childish words.'. Mrs. G. Harvey, formerly of the City Schools, introduced the honor The 'astor bp,nK ahspnt Mr Winn spoke for both, expressing their appreciations and gratitude of being so well remembered. Refreshments were served and an inspection of the various presents. All parted express ing their joy and a happy return of Rev. and Mrs. Winn's birthday. SUNSHINE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday was a glorious day. Sun day School was well attended with a very interesting discussion of the lesson. The Senior class dramatized .,,...., u , dom and knowledge were more val uable than, silver or gold. Mrs. E. D. Wallace spares no pains in mak ing the lesson Interesting for thi primaries. At 11 o'clock services the pastor preached a wonderful sermon from Luke 2:12, Subject: "The Unnoticed Child." We feel that such sermons will enable us to better understand and realize Christianity, and give ut. more courage to work In the vine yard. The Christian Endeavor met at 6 I At 7 p. m. the pastor delivered a hbaptisimal sermon from John . 1:21, I after which two more members were baptized and fellowshipped into the church. Next Sunday the Christian En- deavor will render a Mothers' Day program at 5 p. m. All are requested to be present. Music will be furnish ed by the choir. The Greater Fort Worth League, a Colored Federated organization, met in the Auditorium of the Ma sonic Temple Tuesday night at 8 p. m. with the Board of Directors, members and a large number of vis itors present. After devotional ser vices by Dr. R. A. Ransome, Pres ident of the organization, Prof. S. H. Fowler, Evecutive Secretary of Y. M. C- A. rendered a report of the progress of the organization. Prof. j powier has brought about a strong ! organization of the Y. M. C. A. in ;this city, of which he is to be com- mended. Mrs. A. D. Standifer and Miss Ruth O. Nunn made strong ap peals for the Y. W. C. A. and urged ! organization. H. E. 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