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THE DALLAS EXPRESS, VALIiAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1021.
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have stopped going write
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ment Editor Dallas Ex
press, and state your
reason for so doing. It
is to your interest to do
LOCAL riTHIAN LODGES STAGK
Members of local Fythiun lodges
are busy with a membernhlp drive
which will last until Oct- 31t.
Placards announcing the special
dispensation have been posted in
various parts of the city and special
solicitors are examining applicants.
ODD FELLOW POTENTATES HOLD
v CONFERENCE L DALLAS.
Grand Master, H. G. Goree, Grand
Secretary of Endowment. J. II. Rid
dle and Grand Auditor, G. S- Mead
ows have been in Dallas for several
days engaged with Grand Secretary,
J. P. Starks in laying plana for the
Odd .Fellows membership Drive which
will be announced soon.
PROF. PRATT AND FAMILY MOVE
Prof. T. W. Pratt, former teacher of
Mathematics at Prairie View nor
mal has moved to Dallas, with his
family and taken up work in the
Colored High School In the depart
ment of History-
WOULD OPEN NEW CORPORATION
Plans for the launching of a new
corporation for the purpose of man
facturing soda water, toilit articles,
and other essentials In Dallas, are
being launched by the officers of the
West Texan Manufacturing Co., of
Messrs. V. P. Phillips, C. G- Saun
ders and E. M. Davis, representing
the company were in Dallas early in
the week in the interest of the pro
ject. The company will be capitalized
OPENING ATTENDANCE AT
SCHOOLS SHOWS INCREASE.
Approximately twice as many chil
dren enrolled in the public schools
Monday jnorning as did last year at
A conservative estimate places the
numher at 4,000.
It has usually been the case that
the opening attendance has been
moderate, augumented by the en
trance later In the year of children
who were employed In various ways.
As a result of the unusually large
enrollment very few teacherB in Col
ored schools have been left on the
waiting list, nearly all have been
assigned to posts in the various
tj! L?epS0na I All
Mrs- Callie Simmons, 3212 Thomas
Ave., returned Saturday morning
from Galveston, Houston, New Or
leans and Jackson, Mississippi. .
Mrs. Pat McGilton, 2411 Allen SL,
is among the fairer sex who ordered
the Dallas Express for six months.
Mrs. McGilton' Is an ardent admirer
of the paper.
Mrs. Annie Williams, 2603 Forest
avenue, returned Saturday morning
from Corslcana, where sho has been
on a visit to her friend, Mrs. Bettie
Mrs. Lizzie Fannlel accompanied
by her sister, Mrs. Helen Fannlel,
left Tuesday -for their home In Kan
sas City, Mo. Mrs. Lizzie Fanniel
has been vlbiting her parents at 2139
Mrh. M. J. Weil, 26S0 Trinidad,
who bus been In ill health several
months Is improving to the uellght
of' her many friends.
Mrs. X. V. Parker of Calvert, Is
In the city, visiting her children. She
is the mother of Mr. J .hn Parker,
Dallas' restaurant man. While here
she is stopping with her daughter.
Mrs. B. 15. Jackson, 2223 .Cochran
Brooks of Terrell, was
In town Monday un business.
R. Li. Lynch was in Ft Worth,
W. B. Green, of Chicago, a widely
known decorator and paper hanger
was in the city last week attending
the National Painters, Faper Hangers
and Decorators Convention. Mr.
Green with three other Colored men
were the only Colored men attending
this convention. The party of Col
ored men were constant visitors to
the Dallas Erprcss office.
Miss Iola Smith, 182," Forest ave
nue, left Saturday morning for Mart.
Texas, to visit her sister.
Miss Llnnle Brooks, 817 Good St.
paid her old home Corslcana, a visit
last week and returned Monday
Mrs. C. M. . Brown. 2409 Caddo
street returned Inst Friday from
Mdonla, where she has been visit
ing her parent.
J. W. Martin, 2410 Caddo, retfu
ed Saturday morning from a month
BREAKS LEGS TO 'PLEASE LOVER.
They say that woman's love, when
real, is a wonderful thing and this
week's discovery leads to the con
clusion that there is at least one
woman whose love for her "intended''
is real and genuine.
At the City Hospital now there
lies a winsome, brown eyed, smooth
featured yound lady with both legs
in a plaster cast They both have
been broken at the knee by the sur
geons there at her request
She has a flnancee who, in con
versation a few weeks ago remarked,
possibly because of the shortness of
her skirts, that "her dress did not
correspond with her lower limbs."
She decided then.
The operation was successful and
though she Is in pain she is happy
at the thought that when the bones
are again knit they will have the
curvature which pleases him.
Again be It observed that this is
TOM ARMSTRONG DEAD.
Tom Armstrong, an old Dallas
boy died last Friday, September 16
at 1102 Young street. Mr. Armstrong
came to Dallas, when a lad of ten
der years with his parents and has
since lived here until bis death.
He was forty years of age. He
(Js survived by many close relatives
here. His remains were buried Sun
day, at Woodland Cemetery.
To old Dallas Base Ball enthus
iasts the name of the two Armstrong
boys (Rix and Tom) are famous as
they were once upon a time the
Idols of South Dallas fans.
MRS. ARMSTRONG DEAD.
Mrs .Ella Armstrong, 2313 Cottage
Lane, died at City Hospital last Sat
urday after a brief illness. .
Just a month from the .'day she
died she returned from Omaha, Neb-,
where she has been visiting friends.
She was born in Athens, Texas,
Nov. 5, 1887, came to Dallas some
years ago and has since resided. She
is survived by a son, Bennle Arm
strong and an aunt, Mrs. Sarah
Smith of EnniB, Texas, who was
here this week assisting in arrang
ing the funeral.
JEFFREY HEADS ROYAL
KNIGHTS OF AMERICA.
Prof. J. W. Jeffrey, ex-secretary
of Golden Chain of the World is now
National Grand Ruler of Royal
Knights of America, a newly char
tered organization, organized by Dal
las men and has just received its
charter from the State department
to do business In Texas.
Prof. Jeffrey told a Dallas Express
representative that he Intends to do
something for his people.
MR. A- WR'GHT RESIGNS PRESI
DENCY OF ABRAHAM IINCOLN
100 (LI B.
Mr. A. Wright, organizer and pres
ident of the Abraham Lincoln 100
Club, which was formed In thiR city
about one year ago has tendered his
resignation as president which be
came effective Sept. 15.
Mr. AVrleht leaves the corporation
in good shape with one sttore now
operating. He resigns to take charge
of fraternal work in this state.
stay at San Francisco and Okland,
I George Buford of Marshall, son of
I our fellow townsman, John Buford,
after a week's stay at Baptist Sani
tarium undergoing treatment return
ed to his home this week to begin
, his school work.
Miss Francetta Hill, 2923 Cochran,
has returned home to resume her
studies In school alter several months
stay in Denver, Colo.
j Buy your winter fuel today. You
know not what tomorrow will bring.
i Mrs. Mary L. Tucker of JArt
Worth, who has been the guest of
Mrs. Elolse E. Williams. 710 Leon
ard street the past week returned
to her home Tuesday.
j Edward Burson left for Lincoln
iUnivsrsltr In Pennsylvania this week
and will visit in Baltimore before
I Miss Beatrice Burson, who ma
truiculated at Columbia University,
New York City, in the summer ses
sion, has received her certificate
from the English Department with an
Mrs. A. McCay-V archer of Bayou
Current. La., Is the guest of her
sister, Mrs- J. Justine Piatt in Allen
i Mrs. Luella McCay Is back from
her vacation spent in Corpus Christl,
Galveston and Houston, Texas. She
reports having a most enjoyable
time and especially so In Galveston,
where she was the guest of Mrs.
R. B. Turner, who, with her many
frlendi honored her with many
Mrs. Drusessa Warren and daugh
ter of Navasnt.a, are In the city vis
iting Mrs. Warren's sister, Mrs.
John Craig, 2210 Allen street She
will leave for home Saturday.
Born to Mr. and, Mrs- Darden
TiTig, 2903 Trinidad street, last
F-ldav. Sent. 16. an 8 1-2 pound
bov- Father I-ong is all smiles.
Mother SP'l aby doing fine.
Mr.'anrt Mrs. Percy Robinson of
p-mon. TTanMs, are la the city
net vonr winter wood and caol
Miss He'" Tvler leaves Mondiv
nl.t for Washington. D. C. where
she will enter HowaH University.
ANNOUNCEMENT DRAKE AND
Mr. Henry Drake and his com
pany of stars are appearing in Dal
las this week.
Mr. Drake Is a Dallas product
who has won distinction in the realm
of the vaudeville stage- His work
in this direction received praises
from northern and eastern stages'
critics to a degree that have been
pleasing to his many friends here.
His wife, Mrs. Ethel, is acting as his
business partner and the costuming
of their act is rich and gorgeous
and are easily the hit of the bill,
whenever presented. Dallas is the
home of the Drakes.
Messrs. Willie Drake' and his nep
hew, Mr. Wright, both of the Drake
Walker Company, are in. the city
with the show. Mr. Wright closes
his engagement here with the show
to take "up his school work.
SIN AND S AT AN FLEET II M il EN
GOSPEL LASH APPLIED.
Many Dallasites are flocking to
New Hope Baptist Church nightly
to hear the Rev Dr. R. H. Wade an
old Dallas boy in a series of revival
Sin' and satan are fleecing while
the gospel lash is bein applned by
this famous Californian. His sermons
are rich and productive, hear him,
it will continue through next week.
Rev. Wade is conducting the service
for Dr. A. S. Jackson.
FEDERAL CO-ORDINATOR AT
PRAIRIE VIEW STATE
Prairie View, Texas, Sept- 22. J. J.
Abernathy, Federal Co-ordinator in
charge of Btudents taking rehabil
itation training in Prairie View State
Normal, under the United States
Veterans' Bureau, has resigned,
effective Sept. 15, and has accepted
a position with the school as Di
rector of the Department of Mechan
ics. The latter position was made
vacant by W. P. Terrell resigning to
accept' position as Vice-President of
the Service Engineering Company,
Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Terrell has been in
charge of the Department of Me
chanics at the Prairie View State
Normal since 1906.
Will H. Evans who has been a
Training Assistant under . the Co
ordinate has been recommended to
succeed Mr. Abernathy.
LOUISIANA NEGRO LYNCHED.
Moh In Columbia Takes Him From
Sheriff After Attack on Station
Columbia. La., Sept. 22. Gil man
Holmes, a Negro, was lynched hero
for an alleged attack on Sidney Man
helm, station agent at this place.
Manhetin was reported to be in a
Holmes, had been arrested by Sher
iff J. E. McClanahan of Caldwell
Parish, and was being conveyed to
a place of safety when a mob of
about 500 men overpowered the
Sheriff and took possession of the
The Negro was' hanced to a tele
phone pole in front of the station
where the attack on Manheim was
made. After firing a number of bul
lets into the body, members of the
mob cut it down and burned it.
GIFT TO COLORED SCHOOL.
Lumber, Sewing Machines, Other Ma
larial Are Needed at K. I. E. 1.
Topeka, Kans., Sept. 22 The Kan
sas Industrial and Educational In
stitute has received its regular do
nation from Victor L. Lawson, pub
lisher of the Chicago Daily News.
For several years Mr. Lawson has
sent a substantial check to the in
stitution to help the cause of Colored
The Institution needs several ma
terials to work with as well as mon
ey at this time. One of the most
important in lumber for the boys'
carpenter shop. The girls need sew
machines, cuff and collar machines
and a shirt mangle. A mowing ma
chine, lawn mower, and shears for
taking care of the lawn and shrub
bery, are also needed, according t
George B. Bridgeforth. principal.
Books and other articles are need
ed for students who are working
their way through school-
Tis a sweet sweet thing to love
And feci tis not in vain.
To chance all that God gaveth thee,
To tl? one who bears thy name.
To c-unpare my memory with the
I marvel at my plight,
To hold above with such sorrow,
In loosing "All" my wife.
In speaking thus I recall the day,
In which I took the stan,d
And promised faithful until death,
To act and do the part of "Man."
Naught knew I how soon the time,
That thq call of strife was near,
I who loved and cherished so,
Would loose the one so dear.
God the Father, God the Son,
In Heaven's name do bless her.
May she be an angel on your throne,
Bequeathing all unto Thee was hti's
' and my endeavor.
Good-bye dear heart on this earth
May my love and devotion Btand well.
To live and die the life you were
And atone for our earthly farewell.
Dedicated to my darling, wife
R. W. LEWIS.
The water Is five feet deep In the
International and Great Northern rail
way station at Valley Junction, according-
to reports here. Rllroad wires
are out and n.ny trains from the
International and Great Northern and
Missouri Kansas and Texas railroads
are detouring over the Houstrn, Texas
and Ccntnl railroad to this point.
Levees are i tlll holding; on the Brasos
and rescue parties have transported
coats to the bottoms to assist in the
work, where there are large numbers
of Negroes living.
SWINDLING GAME ARTISTS CAP.
TIRED IN ALABAMA-
Pocket Book Scheme Worked on
Aged Man Detective Singleton to
Alabama to Bring Couple Back to
Knoxville, Tenn-, Sept. 22.-Amos
Green, aged Colored man was the
victim of the famous pocket book
trick and suffered to the tune of
)120, due to bis inclination to take
into his confidence strangers, and
men whom he had never before seen.
Will Chatman and William Derrick,
young Negro men bad shadowed the
aged man for several days and saw
him coming from local bank. Sus
pecting that he had funds there they
selected him for their subject and
he proved to be easy prey. They
"happened" to pass along and pick
up a bocket book. Chatman had
engaged the aged man in conversa
tion, when he suddenly turned and
directed attention to Derrick picking
up a pocket book. Derrick called
and told "we saw you get the pock
et book and unless you divide with
us we'll tell.'' He opened the purse
and exposed several billB of large
denominations. It was then that
they turned to Green and questioned
as to whether he could make the
change for an equal division. Green,
desirous of getting hold to some easy
money stated that he didn't havf the
change on him but he could get it
from the bank. The schemers fig
ured. It out wherein the old man
was to bring 4120 in order to get
his share of the "find." He return
ed shortly afterwards and placed the
money in the hands of Chatman.
Derrick failed to show up at the
appointed hour with the $120 in
his possession, Chatman set out to
And the tardy party to the scheme
and the shades of darkness come
over and found the old man await
ing the return of the slick couple
to bring his money and a share of
the "find." When they failed to show
up he grew alanned and notified
the police department
Detective John Singleton was
placed in charge of the case and
what is said to have been one of the
quickest catches that has been re
corded In police circles recently was
shown In the apprehension of Chat
man and Derrick- They had left
the city for an Alamaba citl and
when the couple stepped of the train
In Stevenson, Alabama, they walked
into the clutches of the chief of po
lice there, for Singleton had. sent
word ahead that they were coming
that way. The officer arrived in
the city for an Alabama city and
the two prisoners in his charge and
they will be held pending a trial
of the case in a magistrate's court
Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 22, 1921.
The body of Xlrs. Irene Carson
was shipped here from St. Paul,
Minn., for burial. She was the
daughter of the late MrsT Jeff Dog
gett Drs. W. S- Crosby, A. B. Borders,
and N. T. Wallis and Hon. Tom
Mason are sojourning down In Ark
ansas by the Springs where the
water is hot.
Lawyer J. Harold Mosely has re
turned to Chicago, after a two
weeks' visit with his people and
friends. He is making good in the
Miss Ida J. Mayo left Sunday for
Cameron, where she is teaching.
Miss Ethel Warren is on the sick
Mr- E. B. Hecks of Chicago, is
in the city for a few days, shaking
hands with his old friends.
Mr. J. I Dotson is in Louisiana
attending ! oil business.
Dr. R. A. Ransome and his nurses
are quite busy in the Booker Wash
ington Sanitarium at present.
The Camp Travis Band has a show
on Harding and E. 10th streets;
DR. R. S. JENKES TENDERS
HIS RESIGNATION TO THE
GOLDEN CHAIN OF THE
The following resignation was
tendered by Dr. R. S. Jenkins, form
er Grand Officer of the 1. C O. W.,
at the Grand Lodge Juht closed.
The resolution is as follows:
Dallas, Texas, Sept. 19, 1921.
Mr. T. E. Tolan, Supreme Knight,
Members of the Senate and Su
preme Link of the Golden Chain
of the World
It Is with great pleasure and su
preme delight, that I do hereby ten
der to you all my resignation as
Inner Guard, and Member of the
Senate of the Supreme Link of the
Thanking the Supremo Knight for
the kindi.ess of his official act in
appointing me as the Inner Guard,
the said r.ppolntment made me a
member of said Senate. Also the of
fered Editorship of the Golden
Chain Squall, and since the Supreme
Knight objected to the election and
confirmation of the Senate, I there
fore deline the selection and any
action, anl do now ask immediate
relief f roi i all official responsible
Yours for the right,
R. S. JENKII.S,
2S04 Flora street
Wanted Two good Colored Bar
bers to work on white trade at Dock
and Henry's old stand, 209 N. Akard
street- Good Job for firBt-class work
men. , 9-24-lt
150 AGENTS WANTED 150
To sell stock In the West Texas
Manufacturing Company, a $150,000
plant to be established in the City of
Dallas, Texas, for the purpose of
manufacturing soda-water, extracts,
soaps, perfumes, powders and many
other household necessities. We want
150 reliable men and women through
out the State of Texas to sell this
stock at $10 00 a share.
Write at once or call to see us
and we will explain how you can
make $10.00 a day. Write t'Mla,)
don't delay. Remember Nero fiddled
while Rome burned and the English
Army slept while Washington cross
ed the Delaware. Young men, don't
fiddle while this golden harvest burns
at your door. Don't sleep while for
tune is passing over the bridge of
opportunity which spans the river of
duty. ACT AT ONCE.
Call, phone or write THE WEST
TEXAS MANUFACTURING COM
PANY, 2U Pythian Temple Building,
To the Officers, Lodges and
Members of the Grand United
Order of Odd Fellows Juris
diction No. 25, of Texas :
This is to notify you that on
and after Oct. 1, my office ad
dress will be 606 E. Commerce
street, San Antonio, Texas.
Kindly address all communi
cations to this address.
B. Y. AYCOCK, D. G. T.
SINGER & WHITE
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
Ve buy, soli, rent and repair any
make. No down town high rent to
pay. will save you 25 to 50 per cent
GKO. V. WATTOJf,
1716 S(. I.ouU Strrrt, '
' Phonrai Y-OUlOl Y-It&l.
DR. LINK MEDICINE CO,
For Indigestion, Biliousness,
Constipation, and Malaria. Now is
the sickly season. Take Golden.Tonlc
and keep well. Price $1.00. Call
at your druggist if Uiey haven't it
send to us for it. 2 ounce Bum ill e
sent free to anywho haven't used
We have hundreds of testimon
ials from sick who have. been cured.
Glad to send them to ' any who
wishes to read them.
305 South .Ervay St.
dipper Grinding, back to pre. war prices.
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION
"We Grind Anything"
1001 Hi- an St.
AND LADIES DINING ROOM
Polite Attention Call our Rent Cars
Quick Service Day and Nidht.
ENOS WHITAKER. P.
2415 ELM ST
i tl mmr-rn liV-rYt.
0 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
We pay biggest commission for
selling QUINO. "Best by Test,"
toilet articles. Goods guaranteed. No
money required.. Agents wanted.
No money required. Agents wanted.
Write QUINO, Dept., B, Nashville,
We furnish on credit a supply of
thirty-five guaranteed toilet arti
cles and medicines to worthy men
and women agents. Write MRS.
MINNIE MEYERS, Room 7 Odd
Fellows Building, Memphis, Tenn.
for our proposition today.
MRS. T. H. MILES,
PIANO nnd VOICR
I'HONK T eO5
The Western Mutual Fire Insur
ance Company is located at 714 Haw
kins Street in the Woodman's office
with J. J. Fowler as Supervisor.
The Ellas Hotel Everything newly
furnished nice, cool, comfortable
roomB. Convenient to all the Col
ored Bath Houses and handy place
for all of the trains. Rooms $2.50
per week. Room and Board $8.00
per week. W. W. ELI AS, Manager,
10 1-2 Island St-, Marlin, Texas.
Park Theatre Building
424 N. Central Ave.
Office Y 5531 Res. H. 8802
F. S. KODUEItS, Opt- J).
Correction of eye -Vfects with
properly fitted glasses.
Oi'iicer Out nil Ave, at Boll St.
Hours: 1:00 to 6:30.
IL E. I. HOLLAND, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office 1800 Vi Jackson Street
Res. 3305 Thomas Avenue
Office Phone Y-6144
Res. Phone H. 7132
8:30 to 10:30 a. m.
3:00 to 5 p. m. : Dallas, Texas
A. S. WELLS,
Attorney and Councellor at Law
206 Pythian Temple
Dr. B. T. UanultoB, Physician and
Surgeon. Room 216 Pythian Temple;
residence S303 Tfiomaa Are. Phone :
Office Y 6844; residence H. 4027;
Office hours: 10 a, m. to 12 m.; I to
5 p.m.; 7 to 8:30 p. m, Dallas, Texas
Dr. Lytle Veterinary Surgeon en
animals of all kinds. Office at Pea
pies Undertaking Company, 210 N.
Pearl street Haurs from a. m.,
to 6 p. m. X 1296, residence 8928
Willow street, Dallas, Texas.
DR. J. G. HARDIN,
MEDICINE AND SURGERY,
Office 818 1.3 Burbon St
9 A. M. to 11 A. M.
3 P. M. to 6 P. M.
7 P. M. to 9 P. M.
Office Y 5793 Res. Y 2840
DR. E. E. WARD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
PHONES: Y 5537
RES. X 1901
DR. J. HORACE D0D3,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office 2C04 Williams and Henri
Streets Near Ford Building.
Office Phone Y lfii'3
Residence Prone X 6315.
Phone Y 8877
ftS:!Hc2?rf2 v i li sssss r 'si
PH0NY 4852 R
Excelsior Mutual Benefit
Most people need money when
there's death In th family. Some
times they want to carry the bedy
out of town or they may want to
end for a relative. If yon think
you need this kind of SERVICE
take Insurance with the
EXCKLSIOR MUTUAL BENEFIT
We pay death claims In 14 hours
Any person desiring such protec
tion, call at room 109 Pythian Tem
ple,. 2649 Elm street r call M. (57
& CO FIELD, Secretary.
fl Fall and Winter if
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'TTfTyfTfff TTTTffTTTTI 1
PRESIDENT OF THE
W. H. HARVEY, President
W. H. LITTLES, See.
Office 915H Calhoun St
Fort Worth, Texas.
AT ONCE. CAN MAKE
two hundred dollars per month and
upwards. Steady employment Only
men of fair education wanted. Ad.
- Fred S. Burton,
2040 Welton St.
O. V. O. of Knight of Shepherd
wants one thousand (1,000) or more
deputies to organise and set up local
lodges In every State of the U. a De
puties both men and women are mak
ing one hundred (1100.00) dollar to
one hundred and fifty ($160.00) dol
lars per month. Experience not acces
sary, we will teach you free.
We are represented In fifteen (16)
states, giving thousands of men and
womenwork to do In each state. We
guarantee you steady employment and
regular pay. For District Deputyshln
to set up lodge anywhere In 0. 8
write Sir U W. Davis, S. G. C. No.
1500 Michigan avenue. Kansas City,
Mo. Enclose 2 cent stamps for speedy
HIGH GRADE LEATHER
SUIT CASES, HAND
BAGS AND TRUNKS
II HALF PRICE.
; Piepare nor for your sum
trip, as these bargains can
not be had later.
; Suit Cases, f 6.6 i j
values $3.25 1
Suit Cases, $15 and (20
values, 17.60 and 110.00
Hand Bags, $12.60
Hand Ba?s, $20 to $40
values, $10.00 to..S20.00
Trunks, $22.60 values
Laire-sira Wardrobe 1T.24.S0
Hundreds of other bag
gage goods. In new and un
redeemed, at 60s nn thai
2312 ELM STREET
I Remember the Numtrcr
iflok for Ihe Kara.'