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4 ' THE DALLAS I'XPRESS, DALLAS. TEJAR, SATURDAY, JVLY 23, 1B21. 'OR RIGHT lit ill 'I " ! " f I i " ,"7 , si PERSONALS. MiR3 Esther Phillips and Miss Laura I-ane were visiting relatives and friends In Vernon, Texas; are now on a flying trip to Denver, Colo., after bclr there for a few days, will leave for California, their future home. , Mrs. Mallee Moseley, Princess of St Francis Kingdom No. 8, Royal Family, at Fort Worth, was o pleas ant caller at the . Dallas Express office lat week. Mr. Myles Anderson Paige, of New York City, an alumnus of Howard University Is visiting Mrs. F. A. McGee's family of this city. Mr. Palfie Is to enter Cornell Unl. Tersitr, in New York, to study law. I a dies Aid number 3. of the Methodist Episcopal Church met at the home of Mrs. Rosa on Fuqua street, last Thursday evening. T. V. Savage, a young white man. aged 19, living at 2024 Bourbon street, was found dying In his home about 6:30 Sunday morning. A bottle containing poison was found at his side. He was married about ! monthi ntf - nead it, its your home paper, It t(!t's you nat on want l Fnow at out the v-sntl-t yoi would like to teni from. !t lie inula r-:rcM Weather In "big Dallas," Is hot as blazes.' However, we are glad It is no worse. J. S. Slmpsjn. 728 Leonard Street left Saturday for a two weeks stay at Mineral Wells for his health. Mrs. Seth Oambrell and children of Pittsburgh, Pa., are visiting their mother' and grand mother, Mrs. L. R. Armstrong. Mrs. Oambrell is also' visiting her mother-in-law here. Ilusiness has suffered a slump, hut the sale of silk holsery and gos. I'iplng have shown a marked In. ' crease. Mrs. Aurella Lambert, who has been sick at her home, 2819 State street, was carried to the sanita rium Monday. Mrs. Joseph Cole, of Navasota, Is still In the city, visiting her sons. Robert and Percy and Mr. and Mrs. John Crale. 2210 Allen street. Drop in the stores of merchants' whose advertisement appears in tne columns of the Dallas Express. They are loyal to the race. Mr. Henry Clay, 2916 Trinidad street, one of Dallas' most substan. tial Colored citizens left Sunday .af ternoon at 2:05 for Los Angeles Cal., to visit his daughter, Miss Oen. eva Clay. From here he will visit San Francisco, Yellowstone Park, Denver, Colo., and other points In tho west and will return home about the middle of August.. An old lady remarked to her gos, sipping i neighbor, the other day "Keep a talking I'm listening, but retnomber, I am a big liar myself.' ' Mrs. Viola Stevens, 2915 Trinl dad street, returned Sunday from Cameron, Texas, where, she has been Yinitlng her parent. Mrs. F. O. Jackson, Corslcana mother of Mrs. I. D. Bonner, 2304 Trinidad, is in the city attending tho Primitive Baptist State Conven tion In session here at Rev. Win. Taylor's church on Bourbon street Dallas will have another Im portant business street In Pacific avenue. Plans call for the most beautiful street In Dallas. It will lo free of street car traffic, to be paved and will be fifty feet wide with ornamental lightning. After completion of the track removal which Is now under way work for Its completion will commence. Mrs. Frankle William, 709 Al len Btreot, Is sick at her home. Mrs. Louie Dlggs, 2415 Clark St. is dangerously 111 at her home. Her father, Alex Ehaw, and sister, Mrs. 1 1. J. Polk of Terrell, are here at her bed side. The case of Jesse Land, age 16, Colored charged in connection with tho death of another boy Is sot for hearing Saturday morning In ju venile court. Notary Public W. D. James, 3601 Colby street, -attended the Masonic Grand Lodge at Ft. Worth, this week. J. A. Marshall of Tulsa, Okla- hom.- 'ias been visiting his mother, mot"-, and sister, Mrs. Marshall and Mrs. Edwards, 2519 Washing, ton avenue. Mrs. A. B. Wright, 3605 Cochran street, Is, visiting her native home ut lirenham. Texas, There is f. white photographer taking pictures on the lawn at St. John Baptist church every Sunday. Misses Ellse and Thelma Norrls 3718 S'nte retur;, -d Saturday from Forney, where they attended the Northwester. 8unday School and n. Y. P. U. Convention as delegates from ' Macedonia BaptlBt church. Mrs. A. B. Daughurty, 412 Hugo will leave Monday, for Waco, to at. tend the Grand Lodge Knights and Daughters of Tabor. Mrs. L. O. Plukston and o.rs. Julia Rilnes, both of Terrell, sisters to Mre. Louie Dlggs, who Is ciitlcally ill at her home were In the city Baturd.y attending her sick ' bed aid'". They returned home Sunday. rirotlier Henry Birch Is back home from the Annual Conclave of the Ancient Order of Pllgrlat, held at May City. He said the order Is In flourishing condition with a mem bership of 8,000. Next meeting will be hoi.J. at Cleburi e, Texas, in July. 1922. Mrs. M. E. Wallace of Oak CJff, is attending the National Grand Lodge of the Mosalo Templars of America, at Little Hock, Ark. It's in Dallas Is a new slog .n adopted by Dallas Jobbers and n.er- ehAuts. Rev and ' rs- E. Bulley and son Richard, are spending a few weeks ' at Marlln. Texas. Mrs. Eloise Carter. 2515 N.vth Central avenue, left Thursday morn ing for Lr.gvlew to attend the East Texas Bivtist Sunday School Con vention. From there she will visit f!Je Is In Tyler, Texas. Mrs. C. E. Lindsay and mother, . Mrs. Crrry of Fort Worth, spent .Sunday in the home of Mra. C. F. Stark s. 2913 Thomas avenue. Mr. nd Ms. Walter Scott of Houston, Texas, are in thv city Tls Uiai rc'siuivf- WASHINGTON-HARRIS NUP TIALS. Thursday night. July 14. 1921 one of the most unique and fascinating marriages of the day took place at Dailsworth, Texas. Mr. E. W. Wash ington and Miss Mable Harris were united In holy wedlock. The con tratnins: Dartles are influential mem bers of Friendship Baptist Church, Queen City, Dallas, and prominent In social circles. . Itev. v. K. w nitc per formed the solemn rites In the pres ence of a host of Dailsworth and Dallas friends, and a vast number oi their white friends followed by an ercpntinnal hlch class reception in the form of a banquet- They have the best wishes of their many rrienas and admirers. Mnnv valuable Dresents were pre sented In token of their esteem. They are domiciled at home to their many friends, 3636 Lattimer street. Mil, 'JACKSON AND MRS. PARKZ ARK JOINKD IN HOLY WK1. LOOK. Mr. Edgar Jackson and Miss Fay Parez were married Monday nitfht at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. Tanner, on North Washington ave. nue. After the wedding ceremony a surprise party was given in their honor on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Grant 2426 Caddo street. A tarpaulin was stretched, music was furnished and the young folks to the delight of the "newly wed ded" couple whlled the evening away in music and singing. Seven ty.flve persons were present and were served a dainty menu. PRESIDENT DALLAS ART CLUB APPOINTED TO PROM INENT PLACE ON STATE STAFF. Mrs. H. Holller has returned from Cleburne, where she represented the Federation of Clubs. In competition pt other art exhibits she brought back the prize, the state banner for art won by the display sent by the Prlscllla Art Club, The studies In. oil by Mrs. M. E. Brewer re ceived unusual comment. Mrs. Hol ller was elected to a very prominent place on the state staff. AMONG BETHEL A. M. E. CHIKCH- The great Dollar Money Rally and Contest between Bethel and St James hurchea closed Sunday St James. Bethel reported $768, and St James reported $723, St- James having reported the largest amount over her assessment" was tendered a banquet Monday nlgbt by the pas tor and members of Bethel. Pastor Smith acted as Toast Master, Prof. J. P. Starks, Head Walter. Mrs Katie'. Warren of Boihi-l won tn the Leader's contest and was presented a hat Sunday Is Quarterly meeting day at Bethol. Dr. Jenkins, Presldllng Elder, will preach at both services and administer the Lord's Supper- The following members are on the sick list: Mra. Frankle Robertson, Mrs. Fannie Gibson, Mrs. King, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Francis Turner. . PLYMOUTH CONGREGATIONAL CHCTCH. Sunday school opened on time. At tendance waa good, although a goodly number of our teachers are away on their vacations, others are filling their places and the work is moving on. In tho absence of our pastor, who t tth his wife has been attending the : itlonal Council of Congregational Churches In America, which was held In L Angeles, Calif., and are' now visaing in Denver, i;oio.. uie Rev. Mr. J- D. Rice has filled our pulpit very creditably. In hla ser mon Sunday morning on "Someth'nT to be Proud of," 1 cited mo writings of the Apcatle Paul, showing the power of cor.secm'lon and concen tration. the evening service the "Influ ence of the Inner I If'-- was the sub ject of his discourse ivnd many vital truths were brought home to us. The, Rev- Mr. Maye 4s expected home by Sunday and all members and friends are urged to be present for the Sunday services:. A cordial wol come awaits all. Rer. IaR. X VYE. Pastor, 1 Mrs- LUELLA McKAY, Reporter. EVENING CHAP! C. E. CHURCH. Sunday was quite a busy day with us. Sunday School was well attend ed with , well prepared lessons. Our pastor was called out of town for few days last week but was at his iost of duty Sunday- He delivered a great message at 11:00 a. m. The Union meeting to be held at Even ing Chapel last Sunday by the In terdetiomlnational Alliance was pout poned on account of the funeral of Miss Mamie Eldle, a member of this church.' who died Wednesday J3, which funeral took place at 3 p. m. ft FORMER DALLAS GIRL UNDER OKS OPERATION IN OREGON IS MVCH IMPROVED NOW. Mrs. Ethel Mae Chambers-Stephens, formerly of this city, but now of Astoria, Oregon, who recently underwent a serious operation in that city is much Improved at this writing according to a messabe re ceived here by her mother, Mrs. Tom Chambers, 3614 Roseland ave. PAUL QUINN COLLEGE CLUB NOTES. The Paul Quinn Club met at Saint James A. M. E. Temple, July 14, 1921 at 8:30 p. m. This club now numbers 20 members. A series of recitals have been rendered at the following churches: Bethel A. M. E., on July 3, Saint James A. M. E., July 10, and St. Paul A. M. E., July 17 the final recital will be rendered at the New A. M. E. Church in Oak Cliff, Sunday, July 24, 1921. In these efforts the club has been able to materially assist the churches in their educational rallies. All ex.students and gtad. uates of Paul Quinn, are extended invitations to be present at the reg ular meetings. Nolan H. B. Elliott, Pres., P. D. Bedford, Sec. G. Coleman, Reporter. THE W- W. W. ART CUB. The W. W. W. Art Club was en tertained at the residence of Mrs. Lennle M. Lewis, Tuesday July 19th. Plans were discussed for the Moon light Frolic, proposed for Wednesday evening, 27th Instant at 2421 Caddo street. After being served a de lightful luncheon representing .the Club colors, we were highly enter tained by Mrs. Llnnie M. Lewis and her brother, Mr. George W- Gill, with music. The club then adjourned to meet with Mrs. J. N. Brown. 1927 Flora Street, 26th Instant. Miss LINNIE M. LEWIS, Reporter. THE DIAMOND CHARITY CLUB. The Diamond Charity Club met Thursday, 14th at the residence of Mrs. C- Randalph Carr, 6520 Swiss avenue. The newly elected officers were installed by Mrs. E. B. Williams, the retiring president. Mrs. Homer Hollier, president of the City Fed eration of Clubs, who has recently returned from the State Federation of clubs meeting at Cleburne, made a splendid report of the meeting of the Federated Clubs of this city " CHURCHES Dr. Johnson officiated. We were honored with a most exclient lec ture Sunday night by Prof. J. C. Phillips. His was an appeal to the students of Texas College, Tyler, Texas, to organize a Texas College Club to, stimulate the spirit of old T. C. The Reporter earnestly re quest that you report to ProL Phil Hps for the perfection of this organ ization. Mr. J. W. Smith of Overton, Texas, was with us Sunday night. Mr. Smith Is a student of Texas College and a member of the Junior Col lege Class and also united with our church here. The general public will please notice for the annaunce ment of the Sacred Recital to be given some time soon by. the Evening nhapet choir. Allow me to cot an ertTT of last week's report. Mon day night Is Leaders meeting,. Instead of ladles meeting. Prayer meeting Wednesday night- Sunday School teachers meeting Tuesday night. Fri day night, class meeting. Chlor re hersal Thursday ntiht. Erwortb League at 6 o'clock t f.nday evening. Rev. A F. JOHNSON, Pastor. H. RIDDIJ3. Secretary. O. W. JOHNSON, Reporter. ST. 3XMV.S A. M. JJ. TEMPLE NOTES. Sunday was a high day for the members and friends of the church. It was quarterly meeting Jay and after a splendid Sunday School ses sion at which Presiding Elier Jen kins and Dr. J. Mercer Johnson both gave timely remarks the regular services moved off. Dr. R. S- Jenkins was at his ba t and delivered a splendid sermon on the value and place of dreams In the huaiuil life. He made many good points and created a deep im pression a the people- At the tight service, Dr. J. Mer cer Johnson, delivered a most elo quent sermon, notwithstanding the Dr. has suffered with a serious afflic tion for some years, he is rapidly regaining bis health. But mentally he Is stronger than he ever was. Thlb service waa a union service. It was the winding up of the Dollar Money contest between Bethel and St- James. Bethel closed hit doors and tame over In full force. Thlf coni'st plan was gotten up by the pastors of the two churches and proved a complete success. Bethel raised $76315, and St James raised $727.60. The standard for Bethel was $550.00 while St James was to raise $450.00, and the church raising the large.t sum over Its assessment wat to be given a banquet by the losing church. St- James won the banquet It was a plfaslng sight to see bow hard the churches worked and bow MRS. F1LMORH SHOT SUNDAY; IS RECOVERING. Citizens lu the neighborhood of Hugo street, between State and Thomas, become highly excited Sun day afternoon about 6 o'clock over the shooting of Mrs. Bessie Fillmore 2318 Hugo street. Five shots were fired at close range two of which took effect. Mrs. Maud Carey surrended to po. lice authorities charged with the shooting. The story of the shootng was re. cited to a representative of Dallas Express, who visited the scene by one who said that Mrs. Fillmore had tried all morning to start her automobile, but failed. In the afternoon she tried again and also failed. She then phoned for a man to come and start It for her. The man responded to the request and succeeded In starting the machine after which he got into the car he was driving and sped away. In the mean time Mrs. Fillmore got into her car and was In the act of leaving when Mrs. Carey was seen approaching off of State coming East on Hugo. Mrs. Fillmore then alighted from her car and started for the house the 'woman called to her to stop. She obeyed and stopped just inside of her gate. A few words were exchanged and firing commenced. Five shots were fired and Mrs. Fillmore fell, to the ground with two bullet wounds. One ball took effect in the arm and the other was a glancing shot which took effect in the forehead. Mrs. Fillmore is reported out of danger Tuesday and Is on the road to recovery. After the shooting, Mrs. Carey walked around the cor. ner to a friends home near which stood a waiting automobile to carry her to police station to surrender, but quick arrival of officers pre vented it, she was carried to the station by them. mrs. brown attends bedside of (;ra.m).mothek. Mrs. E. V. Brown, 2510 Montezuma street left Saturday 15th. for Cameron Texas, being called to the bedside of her grand-mother, Mrs. M. Young, who has been - ill for some time Mrs. Young Is a pioneer citizen of Milam County and 4s the mother of Dr. G. B. Young. the Diamond Charity Club stands pre-eminent. The club distributed $17.00 for charitable causes Thursday. Two vis itors were present- After the bus iness of the evening the hostess serv ed a two course luncheon, viz: First course, grape-juice punch and pimento sandwiches. The second course, strawberry ice cream and white and gold cake. The club stood adjourned to meet again w-ljth Mrs. Carr, 5520 Swiss Avenue. Mrs. J. R. DRAKE, Reporter. gracefully they accepted the results. Bethel tendered the pastor, officers and members of St James a splendid banquet in the beautiful basement of St. James Temple Monday night last. It was a brilliant affair. - Dr. J. H. Smith, according to the plan, served as head waiter, while the officers of Bethel were the assistant waiters. Prof- J. P. Starks had his first ex perience as a waiter, but he got along In fuct he did not spill a single tray of dishes. The affair at tracted the attention of the Presid ing Elder of the Dallas District Dr. R. S. Jenkins, and he offered a gold metal to the pastor that won. So our pastor may be sen displaying the gold badge on the lapel of his ooat. A hot contest was waged for a ten dollar, hat between Mrs. C W Abington and Mrs. Kate Warren of Bethel. Mrs.' Warren won the- hat. The whole affair, will teo down li history as an evidence of what team work will do. The ladles of St James have serv ed dinner to the business men sev eral days during last week. Plans are being gradually laid for the great rally to meet the heavy obligations of the church and it Is a pwt of the program to have one group of ladies serve dinner each day during the rally. More will be saiJ about it in the next issue. Mrs- C. W. Ab'ngton and Mrs. A, H. Thomas left Tuesday for Colorado Springs and Denver for a rest. Mr. Clifton L. Brewer spent the week-end with Mrs. Brewer and left Tuesday afternoon for Temple, w' pre he has under construction uuother large church. SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday Is having from 100 to 125 each morning. 11:00 o'clock services are well attended. The pastor preached a noble sermon, text, "Ought not this woman be loosed of her bonds on the Sabbath" found Luke 13:16- B. Y. P. U. is putting on life and la destined to be one of the leading organizations of thl-j dis trict Night service was vll at tended and all enjoyed a splendid sermon by the pastor, subject, "Up to Mt Moriah." Two came to Christ at this service. Collection for the day $317.86. Rev. M. B. Btlbrew, pastor; Rev. 1, Stewart. Assistant pastor; M. HawVtns, reporter. Mr. M. Woods left Sunday Tor San Antonio, Texas, on a business trtp. Mrs. Margret Taylor-Miles was ir the city Sunday for a few hours. Miss Odessa Jordan, bookkeeper at the Dallas Express, was confined to her bed for several days this week. COLORED BOYS ARE HURT WHEN TRUCKS COLLIDE. Two Negro boys were Injured and a third had a narrow escape when two automobile trucks collided at Young and Santa Fe avenue noon Saturday, Ethon Pollard, 10 years old, 2614 Floyd street, received a fractured and crushed right leg. He was taken to the City Hospital, where It is said amputation of the leg will be necessary. The boy was also bruised about the head and body. Felix Purnell, 15 years old, was injured about the head, legs and body. His injuries are not consider, ed serious. Lieutenant Wright, 13 years old, escaped without injury. E. H. Harvey, driver for the Hum. ble Oil Company, and J. J. Klink, driver for a brick hauling concern are held by the police pend. lng an investigation of the accident. Klink told the officers the three Negro boys asked him for a ride at Akard and Young streets. Three blocks further down Young street the machines ran together. The boys were sitting on the side of the truck Kling was drving. The oil truck, in attempting to avoid a collision with another machine struck the side of the truck the boys were in crushing their feet and legs. Harvey told the police that a man driving a Ford roadster struck his truck and Jerked the steering wheel out of his hand, causing the trucks to collide. MRS. JOHNSON UNDERGOES OPERATION. Mrs." A. Johnson, wife of Rev. Johnson of Queen City, was carried this week to Baptist sanitarium and underwent a serious operation. MRS. GIBSON IS IMPROVING. Mrs. Fannie Weems-Gibson, 3500 Thomas avenue,' was operated upon last week at Baptist sanitarium and stood the operation without the use of ether. She is on the road to re. covery. MEN MUST BECOME AC CUSTOM TO SEEING KNEES. Now, having written something recently about knees, female knees, we naturally, with our well-known modesty, thought that the subpect had been exhausted. But no, we were wrong. A lady printed a card the other day in which she said that men would be compelled to become accustomed to seeing the knees of women and that those who could not see them without going crazy Mad better prepare themselves for a residence in the insane asylum. So it seems the subject isn't ex. hausted at all. Frankly, we had not thought about this feature of going crazy, but It does present possiblll ties. As a matter of fact, we did not feel fully capable of understand ing the lady's viewpoint because of our unfamlllarity with knees, ex. cept our own, so we decided to make an inspection in order that we might be more familiar with our favorite topic and place ourselves in a position to pass judgment. CITIZENS MUST FACE JUDGE ROBERTSON YOU FAIL Property .owners who fall to ren der their property to the city tax assessor before 'Aug. 1 may have to pay a visit to City ' Judge Rob ertson's court. C. A Egbert, chief clerk In the tax department, an. nouncetl Tuesday the books will be cloi-'d on that date and the city ordinance requiring rendition will be enforced. The penalty for non.ren- dttion is a fine of not more than $200. DALLAS BIRTHS AND DEATHS. Emmett Williams, 801 Pacific, July 14, girl. Hubert Haynes, 2711 Eak'ns, July 9, girl. - . James Peter Bill, 1109 Fletcher, July 17, boy. Deaths. James A. Tardy, 2014 Flora, July 13, Tuberculosis. Jannie Cole, 3314 State, July 15, Myocarditis. Mamie Edley, 2211 Hall, July 14, Tuberculosis. " Joe Cassey, 1025 Avenue A, July 15, Pneumonia. Athlon Pollard, 2609 1-2 Floyd 7-18, Auto accident. MKS. S. MY- JONES TO TAKE EX TENDED TRIP. Mr. S. W. Jones, 1021 Good St., a progressive young churchman of Dallas, plans to lueve the latter part of July' for California. Mr. Jones will prohrbly go via T. and P through El Paso, Arizona, and New Mexico. PTis visits will cover more than three months at the va rious cities and towns of California, especially Los Angeles, Pasadena. San Francisco, Oakland and Sacramento, returning by the Northern route, stopping a few days at Ogden, Salt Lake City, Utah, Denver and Colorado Springs. Colorado possibly stopping at a few olher points for sight see ing arriving 4n Dallas uomettme during the Fall. PACE POET TO APPEAR HERE IX RECITAL. . Prof. E. D. Tyler," one of the race's prominent poets will appear in a mammoth recital at the city hall auditorium in the near future.-' The city chorus under the personal direction of Prof. O. W. Williams and comprising two hundred well train ed voices will furnish music. The affair will be given for the bene fit of the Laymen's League of Mt. Rose Baptist church. - ijiiioiMiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiimiimoiiiiiiiiiuioiuiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiDmiiiiiiiieaiiiiiHiii wvmm . .in. t vix i mvATO M VtLVtr dKUWN - . 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