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THE PALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATTRDAY, OCTOBER 80, 1031.
f AGE TITO. m would s ROSS STARS On The COAST Texan Burning Up Golden West TEXAS LEAGUE DECIDES FRANCHISE TWADDLE AND OTHER SPORTS. Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 27. The life long record of William Ross, better known In the base ball world as "Nacogdoches" was born at Car rigan, Texas, Oct. 6, 1893, he Is 6 feet 9 Inches, weight 170 pounds, bats and throws right-handed, be gan his professional base ball In 1910 and from that time on has been a valuable olayer. He has palyed with the best of them and has proven that he Is a first-class hurler. Each week Ross will present the record of each player, participated with him In the Pacific Coast shuf fle. Below Is a record of pitcher Ross: Year Club 1910 Sllsbee Black Cats Q W L SO 15 11 4 100 1911 Beaumont Black Oilers 42 86 6 322 191 2 Beaumont' Houston 22 11 11 205 1913 Shreveport Smart Set .... 28 21 7 175 Pet. "730 857 600 750 858 750 1914 36 80 5 1916 36 27 9 1918 Monroe Braves 38 33 6 2S5 295 209 801 1917 Hot Springs Giants .23 15 8 60 1918 Dallas E'ack Giants until drafted 652 5 6 0 1919 Beaumont Oilers 21 15 6 1920 Alexander Giants, Los Angeles, Cal. 36 29 7 1921 28 23 5 30 100C 75 714 196 156 860 850 775 Grand Total 329 265 71 2107 PAUL QUINN DEFEATS SAM HUSTON 12 TO 6. Austin, Texas, Oct. 27. Paul Quinn College defeated Sam Huston College here today by the score of 12 to 6. It was a game that was fiercely contested from the atari until the final whittle blew, and the spectators were kept in suspense until the last down. The first Quar. ter started with a rush and was car ried at a furious pace with some great foot ball on the part of both teams, Paul Quinn gaining more ground but ' loosing this advantage by frequent fumbling. Paul Quinn scored flrBt in the second quarter when Shepard booted a field goal from the twenty-five yard line, mak ing the score Paul uinn o, ITuutnn O Sam HUBion cauiw . in kit.H miartai when, after a series of forward passes and shift The great game of the seasQn is ex play. Capt Gr"nt skirted P. Q-Vpected in Waco, when the Method sta - ' . .. ... ..(.... ' n,.l . n nn maai Prnirla View third quarter, wnen, aner a kmi of forward passes and shift plays, Captain Grant skirted Paul Qulnn's r'ltht end for a touchdown. Sam Huston 6. Paul Quinn 8. Grant JARVIS INSTITUTE BEATS HIGH SCHOOL LN FAST GRID BATTLE. (By C. Russelle Norsworthy) The' Preaching" Brother, from Jarvls Christian Institute dropped In town to give our boys a game. They arrived on Friday evening at 8:30 p. m., and were entertained wlth a Royal supper upon their ar- rival. Tvo teams trotted out on field, we secretly aald: Some tough boys." Jarv'.e scored their first touch down after 4 1-2 minutes of play, on a successful forward pass. Jar - vis Is certainly swift. They trltd a line plunge at first and fun'J that they gained a .yard. They tried "trl rSu hrhe ro7k of Gibraltar. Our i nn naa neiu- , , When The signal was given ana wneu we loo?-ed we saw that they naa. :.TV . " ht mir rlBrht end. the erstwhile premier quarter-back .1.- .nhnnt toanm. Henry of the high school teams, iiQi-rin hurt thrown the back for a loss. Again thtv wondered and fl"1' hits their line, it crumbles. Dallas decided on the aerial route. The has undoubtedly the best line of ball was thrown and the swift end any hi-jh school team among the got the ball but was downed in his blg three -Ft. Wcrth. Waco and tracks by the Invincible full-back Danas. The score ended, Jarvls 31, LaSalle Darnelle- But they had gain. pana8 0, is not so large as It Beems. ed 15 or 20 yards. They repeated ( jarVg scored every time on Forward the same play unsuspected of the.paggeg An in Rn, the game was Dallasites and , cored on their sec- ,ne h8t that DallM has ever played. ond successful 'orwa;d pais. JnejFotl. Gist, Harris and Darnelle, quarter missed goal. Score: Jarvls C Dallas 0. On the lck o Harris grabbed the ball broken field touch down when suddenly one of the Jarvisites squatted in front of him and over he we.-t. Dallas was on the 30 yard line. They lost the bail on downs an Jprvlfc triec a punt. It was brok. tn up by our center. They tried an end un but gained only two yards. They went back their old game a successful forward pass. Just as CANCER WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOVT IT. Doartinent of Health, Dallas, Jixim. " . 1-, lusuall;' plalnless and Its onset for Wilson T. Davidson, M. D. ,h, g egpeclaUy lnBidi0us Director of Vublic Health. I,and dan,erouB. . Of people over forty years of age,,. CrtX.noflBcatnc,erd "e " Health which Tan 'oe'saTely1 and 0Tftrncerftreateed properly in fBlly .emoved by competent ur. Its early stag., it may be cured- gScal or other treatment, if certain conditions of irritation I 3. Cancer is not a constitution which are known to preseed can. al or 'Blood" disease, cer are sione away with, the disease Cancer is not contagious. mav be prevented. 6. Cancer is. practically speak- Why do people dre id th, dls-'ing. not I redltary. ib? Because they think it tan 6. Et ry lump In the breaFt not be cured. Many of them go to should be examin'l by a competent advertising quacks ho apply cor-jdoctor. iive pastpu that remove only part. 7 ' Persistent abnormal discharge o' the now growth ond Incarnation or ilecdlng is suspicious. it, set up tuaf causeo the cj-ncer to 8. Sores. cracks, lacerations, trow more rapidly, and It Is Boon ! lumps, and ulcers which do not onr-ied to the neighboring lymph heal and warts, moles, or birih tJan?s ll Is genera'ly In this stage j marks which change in size, color, tiiat t'ho patient fical'v co.vr.Mlts a or appearance' M-v turn lnto car.- As to what extent the action of j 9. Probably 60 per cent of can. the Texas League In rendering Its ceri i0f the reetnm are first regard, decision in the Patterson.HasselI ed as piles. Insist on a thorough and Sablosky Morris franchise twad- medical examination, die will affect Negro base ball the 10. Continued irritation in some coming season no one knows. Iforra is the usual cause of cancer. The franchise alone has been 1 it rarely results from a sudden In awarded to Sablosky and Morris of jury. Mineral Wells. Patterson and Has- n. a doctor who treats a sus sell owns the park grounds and!pC0us symptom without making a equipment. thorough examination does not know The local franchise holders it is his business, claimed contracted to sell and con-J ' vey to Ike Sablosky and Walter, , 1T r.inMMtr-ai Morris of Mineral Wells the Dallas AMERICAN WOODMEN Base Ball franchise, grounds and ""yJVi.. V equipment for the sum of 1150.- fIFRlfCTHI AT I ARfF 000 and later it became apparant CLEIUi 01 ILL iil LiiAUL. that local owners refused to sub. mlt to the orK'nal agreement when r Supreme Comman. the men appeared with h vntw'der C. M. White of American Wood money. The refusAl .ta ' comply with mdlcate8 tnat( although a thor ern.s of the agreement, tajolved gearcn being.made for Wjn. liLSi1.lt,e2S H. Mann, clerk of Camp No. 70. he indent in thu controversy and awarded the rights of said franchise 0 the Mineral WeM uy 2ed'bonded with something like erson and llassell have , $n3-40 of American Woodraen mon. Gardner Park and all equ P";, 6nd although he is still at large .herein and It will be P ' fc n fl h apprehension ZITZ 'co? or 'bund a new f. --P a matter of a few more hRHO ball nark. The twaddle however, may have reached the height of its zenith. DALLAS FRANCHISE (TEXAS COMIU:i LEAGl'E) MAY MAKE CIIANGK COMING SEASON. OS, It Is apparent that the local (Ne gro franchise may undergo some changes, before the dawn of another missed goal. The Methodists of Wa co were not to be denied, and by a 35 yard run with Shepard carrying the. ball, and some good gains by Morgan and Glvens, they put the ball on Sam Huston's one yard it. A whan ShAnarrl went over for 'a touchdown. Paul" Quinn 9, Ham vfimrnn h. Mnen&ra misnvu The fourth quarter was fiercely fought with Paul Quinn playing some great foot ball, and Sam Huston did exceptionally well to hold them to one field goal, which Shepard booted from the twenty yard line, Just as the final whistle blew. Final score, Paul Quinn 12, Sam Huston, For 8am Huston. Moaely and,.nrf noiio. 099 .n intAnin w.. Captain Grant did stellar work,! while Shepard, Glvena and Morgan did a lion s snare tor me w iou ,...... v - Armistice Day. Lach team Is con. ceded a good chance of w'nnln tn championship of the state and a great battle Is expected. the Jarvlslte thought they had clear . J ffi n(? taclcle and got his man. By end run and another pass. Jarvg gC0red their second touch down but the full nliB8ed goal. Jar- ylB 12, Dallas, 0. Mcond ter progre880d much eame wayj wn,a Jarvlg I tred an end run Bnd our new quar- ter Coemani wno had been shifted from tne llne t0 tne tack field, , 6ape( at the man and got him, but fpU under nlm and wa8 unconscious for a minute or so. on ,eft end Q1. - .--.ghand Harris, the :hla nl,l tinaltlnn l,pr he WftS Der. :. .. ... . - , . fwtly Bt ,o..ne. Tne Mprehing Brothers" could. 'j. .Lu I "ZZL n" n fl Rnd Kord r)arnPi,e and Gist .11 .1 ti, hnvo ,lp Bn their end runs- They nave vrv .u-ift but when Dallas were the stars of the day. Alro we cannot forget the splendid work of Olllson, our end, who though once knocked out, played the game through. Wt Journey to Waco on Armlallce Day, Nov. 11. to pay the Waco ag grepatl.;". We also play Fort Worth at Fot. Worth, on Saturday, Oct. 29, aril expect to carry a large crowd and some, aHo will motor over. Come, swell the crowd and j see our boys win. competent doctor- The following suu.mary . of the facts of cancer should be clostly studied by every perion over thirty years ol age: 1. Cancer at the beginning Is sport bane ball season has been whig, pered around In local circles- The Dallas franchise, the coming season should be a profitable investment for the holder of same. However, President Enos Whitak er is non-committal on the subject. leer unless treated and cured. 18 Bl larPe: Mann, who for years conducted . v. 1 .. , . 1 lfHHItn1l Pnm n LATKST Bl'LI.ETIN IN K OF P. DRIVE. Total number of applications re ceived including Wednesday even. Ing, Oct. 26th, 922; total' number initiated up to same period 864. Dallas' quota of 1000 will be easily reached by. Saturday, as the sqund under Judge A. S. Wells, Supervisor of all Committees has been Instructed to treat 'em rough and get the number at any cost. The gallant Wells' men are shell ing the city and its fall is momen. tarlly expected 1,000 brave men are wanted, that's all. Notice! no applications under spe cial dispensation for 2.00 will be accepted after midnight, October 21, 1921. All persons desiring to be ini tiated in will meet the committee Monday night at 8 o'clock. Pythian r RESULT OP OTHER PYTHIAN ACTIVITIES, It has been reliably stated that Houston, and Fort Worth K. of P.'s are working hard in their cam paigns. Houston, has about 700 ap. nllnaHnna. Pnr .Knnt And co AugMn and Beaumont( according t0 plan( wm De th6 next cMeB to tne Grand Chancellor's and his Cabinet's attention. CARD OP THANKS. Words can not express the deep I gratitude we feel for the kindness on the part of our dear neighbors, friends and The Fair Park Mothers' Training Club during the hours' of bereavement over the death of our dear one, Wesley J, S. Williams, who departed . this life, Oct. 7th, 1921. We sincerely thank you for the beautiful floral offerings. May your sail over life's sea be a happy one. (Slgned- MI?S. W. J. S- WILLIAMS, Wife. ' El Paso, Texas. JOHN WILLIAMS, Father, Goliad, MRS. L. E. HENRY, Dallas. MRS. E. M. TILLIE, Clarkwood. MRS. F. L. NASH, Calvert. - Brothers: H. S. PORTER. Houston. J. A. WILLIAMS, Houston. THE COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION IlRlNtjiS THINGS TO i'ASS. The Community Improvement As. ' g00 n o. . r. . . . . " Bmuamrai uui an moanfa f Inn , wincn is actually Bringing inings 10 ) ,. q 0,e ?aysago, iney sent in a Tain dark cUons of the c toy Tnd "artt sections 01 tne city ana fer crossings at certain Intersections In the city. The reply came back most favorably. The crossings have already been placed at the corner of Cottage Lane and Leonard StB., and Cottage Lane and Fairmount. We are also in possession of a let ter from the Mayor saying that a light woul . be placed at the corner of Good street and Cottage Lane. We are hoping also that one wi.'l he placed at t! e corner of Cottage Lane and Leonard streets. The community Improvement As 'oclatlon has 1 roven such a grea' benefit to the people living In the North Dallas Community, that Rev. Mr. Maye, the General Director will soon place organizations in cher parts of the city, Mrs. Amanda OwcnB, the presl. dent of this Association is due much credit f.ir the success of organ' '.a- tlon. 8'ie Is not only a good pr si- aent, cu also a good field wort r. uur lu pe Is to make DalltvS a better jlty to live tn. REPIiKSFNTATIVE FRO PANAMA VISITS JiAM.AS KAritKSS , OFrH'K. The Rev. Mr. R, H. Thorbourne of Ancon, i'anama Canal Zone, a rep resentative to Genera Baptist Con vention which met at Denlson,' ws a visitor to the Express ofllce this week. Reverend Thorbourne sta'es ftat throughout the states of Arkansas, Oklahoma aif Texas he found the Dallas Express in every representa tive home. Ho was so much Im pressed with the appearance of thu paper that he baa concluded It was a daily. The Reverend lis ' ' (several speak ing engagements m Texas and In cludes In his itinnary Foit Worth, Waco, Austin, 6;n Atitonio and San Marcus., . Dr. H. H. Meann of Fort Worth. Is visiting his wife, Mrs. Thelma Dudley Means, 2200 Clark street, Sunday. TEM5 Cameron, Oct. 27. Services were reported good at all churches Sun day and well attended. Rev. Norrls was at bis post at Yanlton Sun day and reports spleidid service. Rev. Chllds of Waco held his last service at Joyce Chapel M. S. church Sunday until after conference. Rev. Childs is such a noble character we are always glad to have him with us. Rev. Humber was at his post at Cameron Grove Sunday and the spir it ran high. He delivered two great sermons; having raised on a rally more than 1100.. Rev. Huehea was at Bethel and preached two noble sermons at the 11 o'clock Deriod and at night. The rally he has pitched Is about to come up to requirements, and by set date things will be put over the top. Rev. Key (white) M. E. church, delivered a timely, logical and spiritual lecture at Bethel church rfundity evening to a crowd ed house. A neat collection was re alized for the rallying ladies. Miss Humber is recuperating to the do light of her many friends. Mrs Rose (Murphy) McGrew of Fort Worth is visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Murpty. also tuest of Hon. and Mrs. George Sledire. Born to Mr. md Mrs. Lenie Johnson. Jr.. a fine gir. Mother and babe are do ing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Allen of Waco, are sojourning with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Allen Indefinitely. Mr. George Ivory Is se- nousjy 111 at sanitarium. Mr. C. C. Voodard if. now up ind doin fine. Mr. Kennedy Huitt, one of the prom inent young men of the city, .passed away after a long illness. He died Monday and wes enterred Tuesday evening. Rev. N-.irrls officiated. Mr. P. D. Brown of Dallas, formerly of this city, Is spending the week-end with relatives and friends. MIeb S F. Barrett of Columbus stopped over a few hours Saturday enroute to her work at Moody. Mr. H. L Hall seem quite Improved at this writ ing. Miss Dural, teacher of Plymouth School was pleasant guest at Beth el's Sunday School Sunday mornlncr. Mr. L. V. Murphy, Sr., and family have returned from Hillsboro after spending a week or so. The Mock Conference last Thursdav night, and the banquet Saturday n4ght at Bethel Church, under the direction of Mrs. A. B. Robinson was quite a success. Mrs. Robinson being leader of the ladles is going over the top in this dlve. Miss E W. Montgomery left Saturday tn begin her work at Beal'B Chappel. Friday night at the High School auditorium an excellent pro gram was rendered by the inter mediate department. The Parent Teachers Association met last Friday at 4 n. m. and Mrs. C. V. Head so beautifully illustrated the subject: "How the Parents and Teachers can Best Iuterect the CWld." Cleburne, Oct. 27. Last Thursday night about 2:30 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. John Heard's residence was al most destroyed by fire. Rev. S. M. Graham and members of the M. E. church held the opening of their new church Sunday, which was a grand success. Mrs. Annie Foster- Wesley attended the Fair at Dallae last week Mrs. Clemmle Griffin at tended the Dallas Fair Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dasha and Amanda Vernon were called to Kan sas City, Mo., to the bedside of their sick sister, who was very sick. Mrs. S. M. Graham was called to Waco to attend the funeral of her brother Ladies City club was entertained last Saturday by Mrs Lea thu Phillips of Oak Hill. Refreshments were serv ed and a nice time was had. Mrs. lura McCowan of Brenham passed through Cleburne enroute to Den lson to attend the Baptist State Convention. She stopped over to see her brother. Mr. P. Hill. Mrs. E: E. Hill and daughter, Miss Julia Mae, are spending the week in Dallaa vis iting' relatives and friends and tak ing in the Fair. They will attend the Cotton Palace at Waco. Mrs. Woodridge, who has been very sick is ' able to be up. Mrs. Lula Lewis was injured in a car by a train bumping into the car and is con fined to her room. Mrs. Lue Win dom and daughter, Miss . Mildred of Oklahoma City, and Mrs. Jennie An- drewg of Los Ageles, Colif., are at the bedside of their sister and aunt, Mrs. Oenn Hunter. The National Bank, the oldest bank In Cleburne, dosed her doors Tuesday. Nnmberb of Colored people claim they had money or deposits. Miss Mollle Olener Watson, who bas been very sick . is improving. Mrs. Gatewood's motner is still on the sick list. Mrs. Ola Williams has returned from Den ver, Colorado. Rev. C. C. Hammonds und Rov. A. W. Edwards are attend ing annual conference ot El Paso, Texa-' Miss Hazel Roblneon of Chi cago, will. recite Monday night, Oct. 31, at the School Auditorium. Mrs. J. W. Hawkins spent Sunday in Prrt Worth. Mr. Will Hodge wen to Houston to vlt.it his wife. Mrs. Ethel Elles of Grandview was the gued of her mother Sunday. Mrs. M. T Petty. Mrs. L, Small, who has been sick is improving. Mri. Hortense Frame-Robinson of Colorado, Id fa the tlty visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Brow ii are visiting relatives in South Texas. Gilmer, Oct. 27.--Service s were good at all churchtJ Sunday. Revs. J. W. Smart at Son merfield, and S. II. Howard, at Gllgal, Adams at the A. M. E church. Gilgal is preparing tor a great Thanksgiving program. Off to the Dist.ict Board are: Bros. Ed. Wright, J. P. Montgomery and Sister L. C. Man'uall. The Fathers' Club is putting on new movements. Strk llstsd: Sister Jenkle Hale. Siu ter Eliza Hale has returned home. Center, Oct. 27. Mrs. C. Nobles opened school Monday at Pickerinc Switch with an enrollment of 54. Mrs. C. C. Fountain made up about ?00 gallons of rl!,bon cane syrup last week. Be" M, A. Roberts, pastor St Paul Baptist churcL waswlth his people Sunday and splendid services wrtre held all day. It Is a valuable treat to anyone to hear him preach. Rev. T. A. Amos of the C. M. E. church mas at his post Sundav. Rev. Amos Is doing greut work. He wlf. not let a single cl'.an go by to speak encouragingly c the progress of his ixtop'e nnd urge them to more uwiy.is. Rbv. Amos extends n In vitation to the citizenry and hspeci- TO hear, him Sunday, Oct. 30th at 11 a. m., deliver a fumous lecture. Prof. G. W. Dones who Is teaching at Mt. Gillian was at home Sunday. It ts earnestly hoped that Mrs. B. A. Brown who Is on the sick lint will soon be up and able to go about her duties. Prof. M. Jennings is repair ing his home that was wrecked b: the storm in June. This Is the time to use your head. Read, thing and 1.0 u.iao and union 2 the good things you learn, learn to economize. Get Kvnrsaa. onlv 5c Der copy at ally to the husbands and wives to Hick's store. fiirthiiire. Oct. 27. HollanO HlgU tchool has begun another new term .,rf lo rnnnlnir successfully With tWO boarding student, Miss Annie Ham ilton and Mr. Geltes uiacn. -u. Adline Langley, who has been sick has now i covered, .urs. mum Brown has a visitor, ner cousin uw Tatum. Rev. Porter of Knnsas, came through and delivered v toul stir ring sermon. Mrs. Maggie Gray, and Mr. Charles Bryant are visitors In Terrell. Sick list: -miss .iuKir and Mrs. Addie Wilcox successrui readers of the Express are: Mrs. Stubblefield, Mrs. uussie oryam, unit Mis. Martha Hicks, Mrs. Ohe Mitchell. Miss Emma Stevenson, Mr. Jeff Gillaspie, miss urn "- wrlght. Mr. Blllie Gray ana .Mrs. Kmellne Stevenson, ts-eep ready for (he Express. ivwnet. 27. Mrs. Chas. Davis of East Tyler, is spending the week end at Dallas visiting relatives and friends during the fair. H. Stubble- field is spending a lew aays m oi. Louis, Mo. Miss Jennett Coffman is up again after a short illness. Mrs. T C Bledsoe motored to Greenville last week and brougnt oacK ner i-u Kahioa Mr. Sam Davis has opened a second handed furniture store on W. uioua si. mm. ". Cook accompanied by her brother.ln MioannH motored to Rusk last week. They will go from there to Houston. Mr. ana Mrs. Dlil.n Hfi anil Mrs. W. M. NOD- , iiuunu, ..... - - 4 , . i. nV.ll1rBn mntnred to tnIB 1CB .,.,.... city to their mother and grand mother. Mrs. Kena isooies, vci. , mrt on the 17. Mrs. G. A-. Houston joined them to motor down to see Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn and left Mon day at 3:30 for Dallas. The Cooper and Lamar Musical Company 'with their two weeks engagement at the Rapeed Theatre are carrying a crowd ed house and the management says Rapeer Theatre are carrying a crowd ed house and the management aays It is the best company mai met played at this place. Everybody should hear the Hon. C. M. White of Denver, Colo., at K. of P. Hall. Wednesday night tne 9th of November, subject "Racial Consciousness." The lecture is free and Is held under the auspices of the local camp of Tyler of the Am. erlcan Woodmen. -s Denton, Oct. 27. Sunday School was well attended at St. James A. M. E. Church Sunday. Messrs. Ross Hlnsley and J. W. Neal were back In class No. 1 and made the lesson Interesting as usual. Rev. S. M. Walker of the First Baptist church preached at 7:30 p. m., for St James A. M. E. church. His text was: "How Shall We Escape if We Neglect so Great a Salvation?" The Reverend made us see- our negle gence to our Christian duties more or less. Miss Beatrice Greggs was called to the bed side of her moth er who was ill but ia reported bet ter at this writing, to the delight of Miss Gregg's friends. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Williams, a fine boy. Moth, er and baby are doing fine at this writing. Mrs. Nettie Jackson, who came here from Muskegee. Okla homa sick" Is much improved after using a medicine compounded by Mr. Joe Pettle of this city. She is able to walk quite a distance and her fever is gone. The reporter worship ed at Mt Pisgah C. M. E. church of which the Reverend Robt. Mask is pastor. This minister is bringing the adjudged impossible to paBs; among these being an all day ser vice with dinner served to those at. tending In the Sunday School room. This being the last Quarterly Con ference, the Presiding Elder, Rev. G. H. Bell preached at 11:30, t xt "I Go Sir." The good ladles of Mt Pisgah had untold goodies tn pre pared baskets for tielr pastor and the public. Dr. A. G. Scott preached at 3:30. He seemed to have lost himself In the spirit. Rev. T. nil put the touch on the services at 8:30 p. m. The holy spirit dwelled with us all the day- We need more of those all day meetings, and Rev. Mask Is the man to work them out. HOUSTON HEIGHTS. Houston Heights, Oct. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hill are yet on the sick list. Miss Lillle Clark is very low sick. Mrs. Mallnda Hardy has been very sick but la improving. Woman's Home Mission. Society held a nice session at Mount Sinla Baptist church, the discussion, sub ject was "Faith, Hope and Charity." Cor. 13th chapter 1st verse. Mrs. S. A. Watson, President; Mrs. U. N. Littles, Sec. Mrs. Texanna Robert son Is vlsitir x her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. und Mrs. J. W. Robert son. 716 Waverly street. he is a Missionary f the Sabine Valley As sociation. Pall s Express for sale at 521 Rutland street, Houston Heights. ISLA5D CITT XEWS. Galveston, Oct 27. A word to our readers lest we forget: "Know ye not you are, because you think; vhen you cease to think you cease to exist, you are there what you think! thought Is a spiritual activity; In fact it is the only activity the spirit possesses." Read the rallas Kxpress. a message of hope, a cham pion of justice! You can keep In touch with the cream of the world. Call at the Bl:.ck Swan Music Store. 24th Avenue, and Post Office. Ye reporter visited the High School and found 310 bright and anxious stu dents solving the problems at hnnd The nnnet on the south side affords more ample tnm and two more teachers whk'h mokes -the overlap pirg of termi unnjcesfary. Prof. J. Tt. Gipson has a great smile on his face, we estimate as lon s my arm, the cause. 15 teachers. There are u Lumber of grd-.-ntes who w.snt from this school and have gone noith and east to higher Institutions of learn IS YOUR HAIR SHORT OR THIN? Dipt. M 80S PRAIRIE AVENUE HOUSTON, TEXA. Mme. Franklin's Shampoo and Skin Soap, Bleaching Cream, Massage Cream Vanishing Cream, Bkln Rejuvenator and Paoe Powder should be in every home. Theao six articles for aale at Drug Stores or will be shipped to any addreas for $2.25. tiiiiiiomiimiiiioiiiiimiiiiaiimiiiimniiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiMiiiJ) 1 5 b OKLAHOMA TOWHS IniiiiioiiiiiiuiinaiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiuiiHiiiiaiiiniiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiuaiiiiiiuii Lawton, Oct. 27. Sunday School eni n v. p it. was well attended at Bethlehem Baptist church Sunday. Services were well attended all day with the pastor at his post. Collec tion was 26.50. Sunday scnooi ana B. Y. P. U., was well attended at Galillee Baptist church, with the pastor at his post. Collection $60. Mr. George Chambers presented his wife with a nice suit of furniture for a birthday present. Sunday was a high day with the A. M. E. chr VlBit the White Front Cafe and read the Express. Puicell. Oct. 27. Messrs. M. C. Harris, Henry Hudson, Lidge Frank lin and H. C. Cbrlstaln spent the Sunday with George Branch, who is very ill. Mr. W. B. Smiley has re turned from a long trip. ing and sonie are back with this acquired pep and" knowledge. Miss Ophelia Jackson, Durham, S. C, and Mr. Thomas Warren of this city are the now teachers added to the staff. Bert L. Smizes was honored wtth the iigeneynhlp of the Commonwealth Casualty Co. of Philadelphia, to rep resent their Peerless Policy Depart ment and he has Rome good Insur ance features to discuhs with the public desirous of such protection, in the way of Equitable and Nu-Lo-Kost Policies. Rev. A. D. Hender son ond wife bave returned from tbe National- Convention and report r. treat and enjoyable time. The let of the Mt. Olive Baptist church Is ready to receive a $25,000 brick church structure. Rev. A. D. Hen derson ts the efficient pastor. Iiead the Express and read your Bible. Rev. L. Smizer, Reporter. CITY BIRTHS AND DEATHS. Record of Dallas Births and Deaths Are Found Inserted Below: , Births. - Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pendleton, 2423 St. George, Oct. 8, a girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John D. Smith, 1909 English, Oct. 3, a boy. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Win dom, 3602 Cochran, Oct. 3, a boy. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Auton Bel. ton, 3700 State, Oct. 11, a girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fur button, 2125 Santa Fe, Oct. 15, a boy iiorn to Mr. and Mrs. John R. Jefferson, 1914 Boll, Oct. 16. a girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Lem. mons, 817 Allen, Oct 15, a girl. Born to Mr. and Mtb. Alfred Wm. Dupree, 3614 Watt, Oct. 13, a girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thom pson, 1704 Plckrell Drive, Oct. 15, a girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Da vis. 312 Cliff, Oct 14, a boy. Born to Mr, and Mrs. Williams, 3140 Nellie, Sept. 28, a girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Milliams, 2834 Runnels, Sept. 9. a boy. Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gratis, 3011 San Jacinto, Oct. 3, a girl Born to Mr. and Mrs. Goliah Mo. ten, 1111 Canal, Oct. 19, a boy. -Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Col lier, 2124 K street, Oct. 17, a boy. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wil liams, 4010 Gurley, Oct 22, a girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James R. Brown, 2916 State, Oct. 20, a girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mon tello, 2212 Dale, Oct. 23, a i"y. DeaUis. George Anderson, 1221 E. 10th street, Oct 10, Paralysis. Charlotte Walker, 1338 Hutchins, Oct. 9, Heminplegra. John Lively, (rear) 2608 Ross, Oct. 10, gun shot wound. Isabell Tucker, 2923 Holmes, Oct. 11, Apoplexy. Ernestine Williams, If 15 Hall, Oct. 13, Whooping Cough. Etta Webb, 6002 Keating, Oct. 12, Diabetes. John Sellers, 2609 Trinidad, Oct. 14. Ataxia Locomotar. Catherine Belton, 3700 State, Oct. 15. - Clem Long, 1401 Bank, Oct. 14, Tuberculosis. E. F. Rivers Allston, Miss., Oct. 14, Railway accident. Mildred Noel, 716 Juliette, Oct. 15, Apoplexy. Lula Hamilton, 721 Fairmount, Oct 16, Tuberculosis. Bob Lewlt, 1423 S. Prestin, Oct. 16, Nephritis. Nancella Taylor, 2511 Mt.ln St., Oct. 14, Iellegra. Fannie Mae Lemons, 817 Allen, Oct. 17. - Dorothy Mae Evans, 2429 Clark Oct. 16. Ida WarBtean, 3117 State, Oct. 17, Pneumonia. Laura Butler, 4711 Live Oak, Oct. 21, Gastritis. Sam Allen, 1523 Bank, Oct. 24, Nephritis. BEN COLEMAN DEAD. Benjamin Coleman ,a well known Insurance man, was found dead In his loom Sunday morning in Queen Clty.- Mr. Coleman retired Saturday i.lght as usual, and an to the time the final end came, Mr. and Mrs. j'rescott wtth whom he resided, were unable to say. Mr. Coleman was a member of the agents staff of the E:.cel8ior Mutual Benefit Assocla. tion. At the time of this w icing fun eral arrangements have cot bfn perfected. . . , , , Dm it um " , - - you icmlp dutut, or mora than normal amount of dandruff? , , . .... If io you should act at once, beirln using M ADA MIC N A FRANKLIN S HAIR GROWER. It matter, nit how many Hair Preparations you have tried without iucccm. you should not baeome discouraged and give up before giving my Hair Grower a trial. It has promoted an abundant growth of hair for thousands and will do the same for you. I lso teach my System ay mall or by person. Write for Information and terms today. MY SPECIAL OFFER To those desiring to try my wonderful Hslr Prepara tions. I will mail, on request, a SIX WEEKS'. TRIAL TREATMENT, consisting of Shampoo, Hair Grower anil Pressing Oil, with full Instructions how to use tin same, for only $1.10. One trial treatment will convince you of its value. Make all orders to MADAME N. A. FRANKLIN KKMOVAL X0T1CK! The public is hereby notified that on and after Nov. 1st the attendants und lodge occupants will be accom modoted at 2544 Elm Street, across from the Pythian Temple. Our for mer number was 2211 1-2 Elm Street, street. J. T. HILL. D. D. G. M. 10-29 It. FKKSOXAI, MFSTIOX. Mr. Joseph Cole, after spending several days In the city, visiting his two sons, Robert and Percy, return ed to his home in Navasota, Texas, Sunday. He was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Craig, 2210 Allen street. Mrs. J. C. Edwards of Marshall, Texas, after having spent two weeks here visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Simmons, 3606 State street, returned home Monday. If you should be asked the ques tion; what paper are you reading; your answer should be, the Dallas Express. If you are not reading It, Its your duty to do so. Mrs. Ella -Blount Hill of Cleburne and little daughter, Julia spent the week in the city visiting friends. Thev were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 'Alba Austin, 1914 Allen street and Mrs. Malone In Comb street. Mrs. G. B. Nlckerson, 3001 Coch ran, returned home Tuesday morn ing from Texarkana, Texas, where she attended the funeral of her bro. ther.ln-law, the Rev. J. W. Jackson, . who died suddenly at Basser, Texas. Mrs. Vina Ross, 2901 Trinidad, is up after an attack of rheuma tism. Miss Elnora Smith of Fort Worth was a pleasant visitor to the resi dence of her cousin, Mrs. E. V, Brown, 2510 Montaxuma Street Miss F. D. King, a young ltdy ot this city left for Nlgton. Texas, to teach vocal and instrumental music in the public school there. Prof. J. C. Philips. A. B., elocu tionist, will begin a southern tour of the state, beginning at Bastrop, Texas, and will include 8 or 10 southern towns and cities. Mr. Windel Klszee and Miss Alma Graham were quietly united in holy wedlock, October 24, at the residen ce of the bride, Preston and Gip. son street, Monday night at 8:30. Rev. L. Stewart officiated. Mrs. Delia Patterson has gone to the Baptist Sanitarium to undergo an operation. After spending two weeks In Dal las In charge of the ladies work in the Prairie View Exhibit, Mrs. D. A. Bryant of Prairie View, returned to Prairie View, Monday evening. Mrs. Alice Wilson of Corsicana, Texas, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Travia 831 North Central Avenue, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. (Rev.) J. L. Johnson, after three months' illness suffered a re lapse some few days ago, but is now Improving. Mrs. Gus Burleson, 3413 State St., and little nephews, James and Al ford Price have returned from an enjoyable trip to St. Louis and Chi cago. While in St. Louis, they were the guests of their nelce, Mrs. Cla rlnda Ladell. In Chicago, they were the guests of Mrs. Burleson's daugh. ter, Mrs. Syble Smith. They spent two months and speak highly of the well being of our group in the north. Mrs. K. B. Ector, who has just finished a course in beauty culture at the Molar College of New Or leans. La., has returned to the city and is stopping at her aunts, Mrs. Betty Shirley, 1825 Watkin street. BRANCH Y. M. C. A. The financial effort is progress, ing nicely and the full amount of the yearly budget looks bright, how ever much work and many subscrib ers are needed In order to realize the goat of $3,000. Todate $1,239 has been secured in cash and pledges with reports from a little more than half of the workers. We want 500 men and women to hear the clarion call of the boys and younger men of the city of Dallas to help channel them in paths of service and Christian character. Our boys need this influence and our girls the protection. . The Hl-Y Club was addressed last Friday by Prof- Pratt. A splen did group greeted him and express ed themaelves as being, benefited by having heard him. Every High School who appreciates manly qual ities is invited. The list of subscribers who have suiy irted tlie work this year will be published later. Young men who desire io play basket ball for the season are re porting for service, tlso a group of young ladies have become interested in this game and will be supervised by Mrs. Chase-Dodd. Do not fall tc attend our Sunday afternoon meetings as the Field House on Hall Street Park every Sunday at 4 p. m. Good speaking and good music. We want you to attend. Come thinking and praying for the best interest of our men and boys. J. D, RICE, Exe. Sec'y. W. W. W. ART CLUB. The W. W. W. Art Club met with Mrs. L. R. Boswell, 2810 Hallsvllle Avenue. The members responded to I the roll call with verses and paid tneir dues promptly. All members were on time to (avoid the penny fine. The Club is , goU-.f, to have a Hallowe'en Tarty at iLe residence of Mrs. Cheeks, 8T5 Allen Btreet A special' number was Invited. The club adjmrued to meet at Mrs. Edith Moten, 3015 Fuqua street. MRS. Xf. KYLES, President. MISS ANNIE MAE BOONE, Rept.