The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 33, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 3, 1922 Page: 3 of 8
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THK DALLAS EXPRKSS DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY. JUNE 8 192a.
At last a tall to the Insurance men
This is the first time In the hls-
capitalixe an Insurance company with
it's home office at Fort Worth Texas
THE) ROYA 1j LIFE HEALTH and
ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY.
Bonds have been made and in the
hands of the Commissioner of Insur-
ance and Banking: of Austin Texas
and a permit issued to sell stock on
the 12th day of May 1822. The stock
la selling at One ($100.00) Hundred
Dollars per share and the sale of It
has already passed our expectations.
There is the first time in the his-
tory of Texas to the knowledge of the
writer that the Colored people have
had chance to buy stock. In an Old
Line Insurance Company with Its
home office in Texas an enterprise
. organised by Colored men with and
for the Colored people.
We need not say to buy stock in
an Old Line Insuance Company is not
a safe Investment for the people. The
country knows better. There la no
reason why anyone who Is making; as
much as Ten Dollars ((10.00) per
week should not own as much as one
of these shares a long: as they last
We are capitalising- for Twenty-Five
((26000.00) thousand dollars and any-
one who Is able to pay Ten ((10.00)
dollar. Fifteen ((15.00) dollars or
Twenty-Five ((25.00) Dollars down
and pay that share out within eight
months should treat themselves to as
much as one share.
Doctors laboring- men preachers
teachers women of all walks of life
should Invest in this enterprise. Just
think how many Old Line Inaur.
ance Companies can you call to your
mind that bursted or failed? A pre-
cious few I suppose. Your Invest-
ment Is carefully looked over by the
most competent insurance man in the
country the Commissioner of Insur-
ance. Insurance Is one of the highest
LARGE DELEGATION OF PYTH1ANS
AND CALANTH1ANS WILL GO TO SAN
Special K. at p. Trala ta be Prervlded
Wlls Adequate Ceavealeaeea.
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Re-
presentatives of Knights of Pythias
and Court of Calanthe members of
uniform rank and Pythian friends
will aboard the Pythian Special Train
and move over the Missouri Kansas
and Texas railroad promptly at the
hour stated for San Antonio to attend
the Annual Grand Lodge Colored
Knights of Pythias of the State of
Along the route delegations of Py
thiana and Calanthians will meet the
train to extend fraternal greetings to
the Pythian host they pass.
' The train will arrive at the follow-
ng towns as per schedule. Leaving
Dallas at 10 a. m. Lancaster at 10:30
Waxahachle 11 a. m. Forreston. 11:13
Italy 11:23. .Mllford 11:35 Hillsboro
12:01 West 12:30 Waco at 1 p. m.
leaving Waco at 1:30 p. m. Temple
at 2:30 Bartlett 1:10. Granger t:20
p. m.. Georgetown 145 Austin 4:65
San Marcos 5:65 New Braunsfels 6:20
arriving at Sa.nl Antonio 7:20 p. m.
Citizens of San Antonio will meet the
special upon its arrival in masaes.
Every comfort has been Installed
for the convenience of the local dele-
gation for traveling and the Pythian
band will furnish music at given
points. Refreshments will be served
by delegatea during the day.
The following representatives of the
Court of Calanthe will be abroad the
Ufa. Addle uaione wueen ineima
Court No. 1.
Mrs. Chase Harris Western Beauty
DR. CARVER SCIENTIST SPEAKS AT
Hawkins Texas June 1. Jarvls
Christian Institute closed its ninth
year with commencement exercises i
held May 7th to loth inclusive. .
On Sunday May 7th the regular
Bible school was held and all classes
were well attended by students and
visitors. The boys marched in military
order from their dormitory. The girls
clad in their school uniforms of white
middy 1 blouses and skirts made an
indescribably beautiful picture as
they came on. They met the boys at
the entrance of the academic building
and wended their way to their various
At the close of the class instruction
of. the Bible school we assembled
en masse at the school auditorium. j
Here the international lesson was re-
viewed by the president.
We passed orderly Into the e'even
o'clock service without intermission.
At this service Rev. T. E. Campbell
of Taylor Texas occupied the pulpit.
He gave us a splendid sermon on
"Preparation." After the sermon we
entered into the communion. As the
soft strains of the appropriate num-
ber were played on the piano the
deacons moved inaudibly about ser-
ving the holy supper. It was a most
We re-assembled at 2:30 at which
time Dr. C. W. Jones of Longvlew
Texas delivered a mast rful sermon
on "Human Possibilities." It was con-
cise full of information and he de-
livered it In the most creditable" man-
ner. This sermon was to the graduat-
ing classes. -
At 7:30 a sacr.d pageant entitled
"The Dawning" was rendered by the
students under th able direction of
Mrs. W. C. Ervln. The pageant had
a setting of the early days and de-
picted very vividly tho crucifixion
and resurrection of the Christ. The
scenic- e focts and roBturacs were in-
deed be.iutiful. The music was also
noteworthy. Thus the Lord's day
Monday night the Joint program
of tha literary socities was glvon.
Tha school maintains four literary
societies namely Douglass Dunbar
Rotary and Washington. At the close
of this Dr. F. Rivers Barnwell lec-
turer of the Su le Board of Health
was Introduced and he delivered an
interesting aterecpticon lecture on
health conditions and kindness to
animals. Dr. Barnwell is a splendid
slnrer and he lntersperced his lecture
with appropriate gongs which added
much to the interest. Altho a very
busy man he spent the entire com-
mencement season at Jarvls.
Tuesday was Carver Day. Dr. Geo.
W. Carver of Tuskegee. whose re-
searches and discoveries have astoun-
ded the scientific world hud complete
charge of the exercises. Dr. Carver
displftved sr.d explained Ms innumer-
able nroducts from the peanut and
the sweet potato. Dr Carver stands
in a class bv himself and Is destined
to be ti e worlds greatest scientist.
He a5o Naturalist horticultur-
ist and landscape gardener. "With his
wonderful personality and with his
faultless English he held hh otidienee
spell bound while he unfolded the
financial businesses the world over.
You do not find agents going in droves
offering the people 'stock in an Old
Line Insurance Company. Did you
ever stop to figure out the cause T I
will leave that with you.
Insurance men now Is your chance
to buy stock and get on the ground
floor. This class of men know what
this means. It means that every
town of Texas where the Colored peo-
ple are sufficient In number to pay
will have a superintendent placed
there. It means Jofes for district and
state managers. It moans jobs for
girls as bookkeepers and stenogra.
phera right In your home town. What
say you about It men of the fields?
- Every insurance man who expects
to stay in the business and who
would like to become superintendent
of this town or that town in the
state of Texas answer this AD with
a money order for one or more shares.
It is the purpose of the official to
scatter the stock over the state of
Texas as much as we can and as
long as it lasts.
I am now wondering how many In-
surance men will answer this AD and
send in a payment on shares or send
the One ((100.00) hundred dollars and
receive a certificate for one two or
as many shares as you can manage.
How would you like to become Sup-
erintendent with an Old Line Company
that issued weekly sick and accident
policies monthly policies ten and
twenty pay life 1 ordinary and in
the fact all the popular forms of
?ollciee and open up Dallas Hous-
on Waco Galveston San Antonla
Austin El Paso Sherman Denison
Marshall Tyler Temple in fact all
the towns in Texas ir you live in any
of these towns let us hear from you.
Bend all money to the "Royal Life
Health and Accident insuance com-
pany 916 1-2 Calhoun street. Fort
Court No. (.
Mrs. Mattie Morney Leading Star
Court No. 7.
! Mrs. G. L. Boswell Golden Rule
Court No. 171.
I Mrs. Janle Johnson Deputy Grand
I Worthy Counsellor.
Miss Eva Weems Pride of Dallas
I Mrs. J. Manack Leantone Court.
I Mrs. Sina White Maple Leaf Court
Mrs. M. Elliott Sweet Violet Court.
Mrs. Walter Duncan Pythian Temple
Mrs. Burney Simpson Melrose Court.
Mrs. Carrye Morgan Obedient Court.
Mrs. Davis Dfamon Court.
Mrs. Lizzie Stuart Holland Beauti.
ful Light Court
Ciraad Ledge Representatives.
Sir A. W. liriggs Representative
St. Luke No. 1.
Sir Geo. Murray Pride of the West
Sir J. C. Volks St Charles No. 125.
Sir Fred Lyarels Algiers No. 144.
Sir Wm. L. Robinson Emanuel No.
Sir J. A. Austin. Empire No. (39.
Grand Ledge Officers!
Sirs J. E. Smith Grand Keeper of
Records and Seal.
sir J. L. Patton Grand Outer Guard.
Sir A. S. Wells. Grand Attorney.
Sir J. M. Tolbert Deputy Grand
Dr. R. T. Hamilton member of Tem
Knight Chas. . T. Bracklns and
glory and beauty of nature and bis
marvelous discoveries. Farmers and
visitors thronged to hear this wonder
ful man. As a special courtesy to
Jarvls Dr. Carver gnve a second lec
ture to an Interested group of Farm-
ers at the close of the musicale in
the afternoon. Jarvls Institute should
feel notably honored to have this cov-1
eted man to spend the entire coimnen-
cemcntt with them.
Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock
a recital was given by the students
of the music department One. number
was rendered which was especially
note worthy.) It was for two pianos
and the transcription for the second
piano was written by Prof. L. B. Ross
the director of this deportment.
Tuesday night the graduating exer
cises of the preparatory department
were held. The orations were excel-
lent. Prof. T. W. Pratt of the depart-
ment of history of the Dallas High
School delivered the address to the
class. His subject was: "The Value
of Mistakes." It wax a scholarly dis-
course. Five young people were grad
uated from this department.
Wednesday morning the ministerial
council was held in the auditorium.
Wednesday afternoon tbe class day
exercises were given. The graduating
classes in college caps made their
class colors looked very attractive.
They entered the chapel to the strains
of a beautiful piano duet followed
by the President and Dean. Young
ladies streamers and garlands of lae
class colors stood in the aisle while
the procession passed through. Th"
program was interesiin?. 'ihe lasi
number was an ode to the sen'or tree
delivered In the openins.
Wednesday night marked the close
of the commenceme.it. This was the
graduating exercises of the academic
and educational departments. Dr. F.
Rivers Barnwell of the State Board
of Health dellverei the address to
the classes. One young lady was grad
uating' from the acedemic department.
Remarks were made at the close of
the program by distinguished visitors.
The young . ladies of the sewin
department had a very unique exhibit
on display In the Girls' Industrial
Hall. This department is under the
direction of Miss Viola Battee an
alumnus of Jarvls.
The domestic science exhibit was
liiioed apetizing and looked very
templing. Baked Hams pies cakes
bread naiads rools etc. were vory
tastefully arranged In glass show
cases. This department la under the
able direction of Miss E. M. Dunn of
California. Miss Dunn is also matron
of the girls.
The exhibits of the literary depart-
ment were also good.
Amone the visitors of note who
tetirVd the commencement wre:
Dr. W. W. Cordell of Clnnnatf. Ohio
second vice president of the tntor-
nnttiuial Thor Union: Dr. George W.
Carver of Tuskegee. one of the worlds
leading scientists; Dr. V. P'vorx Bnm-
well Mis State Health lecturer end
hirrin worker: Prof. John W. Sutton
bend of rfertnrtw'pnt or mrr'cti'turo
Prairie View State f"oVr: Prf. T.
W Pratt of te D"Hn Hlh shenl:
Dr. H. C. Jones pastor of the church
Dae the presa el duties wfclca
called silas eat at ttns the ar-
ticle an LIBERIA regularly etta-
trlbated ly Dr. C. W. Ablagtea
414 mot reach ear efflce la time
tar pablicatlea. It will appear la
ear lasae ef next week.
of Christ (white) of Longvlew Tex.;
Mrs. J. Miller or Knoxviile Tenn.;
Kev. orange Doss of Bay City; and
a number of the parents of students
and other visitors.
Kvery feature of the commence-
ment was worth while. The school
closed a remarkable year's work. The
enrollment this year was 211 stuiienta
enrolled in departments as follows:
Bible educational acedemic prepara-
tory grades music sewing cooking
carpentry agriculture poultry and
stock-raising and saw-milling.
The buildings are all well Bited
and well built. The equipment Is new
and nicely kept. The faculty Is a body
of conscientious Christian ladies and
gentlemen. Jarvls is unreservedly and
frankly one of the best schools In
The Jarvls family greatly missed
the presence of our beloved bene-
factor Mrs. Ida Jarvls. Mrs. Jarvls
was attending the State convention
which prevented her being with the
jarviH iomc. we also missed Dr. J. B.
Lehman president of the southern
Christlau Institute. Dr. Lehman at-
tends the Jarvls Commencement an-
nually but was prevented from doing
so this year on account of sickness.
PROP. JKKPRIES IS DEAD.
Was Familiar Figure In Fraternal
Circles Funeral Servirea Held at
Prof. Jesse A. Jeffries aged 4S. a
familiar figure In Dallas fraternal
world died at his home 121J Dey
street after a lingering illness of
six momn or more.
Mr. Jeffries was at on tlm fimn.
eral Secretary of the fraternal order
women cnain or the World and when
he was strickened with the Illness
causing his death he organized a so
ciety known as the Royal Knights of
the world and before plans of oper-
ating the new order could mature he
was attacked by sickness to which he
was never able to overcome. Mr. Jef-
frey was for many years a school
teacher In and around Dallas County;
he waa a deacon of Meoedonia Pap-
tlst church and waa a member of one
or two Fraternal orders.
Surviving him is his widow four
children four sisters and two broth
era. Funeral serVice was held at
Macedonia Baptist church Wednesday
afternoon. Dr. E. Arlington Wilson
Jt'NRTEKlVTIt COMMITTEE BPSY
JllMM.IJIU FOR lOMI. EVENT.
ThA tlinAtAatlth n Tun. l 1. -
' Preparing to stage an elaborate
..uianuiiJiLiiuii ceieDration Monday.
June 19th at State Fair Grounds.
verytning ror tne exclusive care
antl f'l'lFTl ffft nt vUUn.a - k. 1 -
... v i no pain
will be provided for on that day says
Committee in charge of the cele-
bration is as follows:
secretary James Reynolds assistant
secretary; H. Lemmons treasurer; H.
Chllds sales manager and Dr. B. E.
Howell chairman nf nnhllnltv m
The proceeds from the entertain-
ment will be distributed among
DALLAS PIONEER FURNITURE
Edward McMillan asred KS. .-nlnnonr
Colored furniture dealer who for a
numner or years conducted a furniture
store on El in street near Good died
suddenly at his home Z61S Trinidad.
Monday May 22 of acute Indigestion.
It was to the credit of Mr. McMillan
that the first Negro furniture store
was established in Dallas about
twenty years ago. Black in 1906. He
waa one of the organisers of the Ne
gro business mens carnival an or-
ganization having for its objective
the advancement nt Negro business in
It became an annual event for sever
al years and he served as one of the
organizations's first president. He was
in business here up to the time of his
death. He was an active member of
Evening Chapel C. M. E. church and
served In various departments.
He is survived by his widow one
sister and a brother.
Funeral service was held Thursday
evening from Evening Chapel C. M. E.
church; Rev. A. F. Johnson the pas
Burial at Woodland cemetery.
J. C. 11ASS UNDERTAKING CO.
James Jordon. 102(1 E. 9th street.
aged 84 years died May 7.
n;odie rarry Lincoln Manor aged
Flordia Chalk. 626 Fearl street aged
23 years died May 17.
FhilllD Ewlng. aged 47 years. 3613
Meadow street died May 21.
J. W. Jeffrey. 1212 Dey street aged
49 years died May 24.
Marie Jackson aged 23 230S Griffin
street diod May 27.
ODD FELLOWS PURCHASE
PROPERTY; WILL ERECT"
Houston Texas May 28. 1922.
Houston will te the home of the
state teniple building of the Grand
t'nited Order ef Odd Fellows and
Heusuhould of Ruth for Attorney W.
M.'C Dickson race lawyer employed
oy the fraternity to examine the title
tn the lcal property has passed upon
same and the first payment of J15('00
han been made.
The site Is loated right In the heurt
of the business district and is legally
known aa lota four and t've. Diock .
unith side of Buffalo Bayou measuring
100 feet on Louisiana Street and 100
feet on Prairie Avenue and cost the
ordei fSS.000. It is locally known as
the l.oftus property being previously
owned by Mr. T. F. Loftus and wife.
Thn notes are so araanared that the
remaining $70000 and Interest can be
paid on or before ten years and ere
this article aDnears in print all sig
natures will have been made to the
instrjment and '.he property transier-
red to t..e granil lodge or tne urana
t'nited Order of Odd Fellows and
Household of Ruth of the Texas Juris-
The committee empowered to close
this deal consisted of Hon. H. O.
Goree Texarkana grand muster of the
Order: Hon. J. H. Riiale Denison en
dowment secretary and Prof. B. Y.
Aycock. San Antonio grand treasurer.
The grand master and his cabinet
plan to erect a modern building ci
the site a structure that will reflect
credit both upon the race and city.
It is planned to construct a iire-
pronf building of four stories base-
ment and roof garden with steam
heat elevator service and all modern
The ground rioor win do oevoteu
to business enterprises while the suo-
ond and third floors will be used for
offices; the fourth floor will have a
large auditorium" that will be capable
of accommodating the majority of the
Colored audiences that need such a
The gTand lodge officer "-I!! also
main tain headquarters In the building
which will be the Mecca for the Odd
Fellows and Rut bites of tha state
Grand Master Oore left "luring the
week for Dallas where he will con-
fer with Sidney W. Pittman. tha well-
known Colored architect regarding the
drawing: of plana and contracting for
REAL SERVICE. h
. correct Shoes
place. ' -
IE IIUIII OF IE
. is just around the corner. Get
your shoes in time to have a
We have them and they are
right in every way.
the erection of the temple here.
The grand master said while tn the
city that they plan to use Colored
men from the foundation to the roof
garden of the building and aa soon
as all details are worked out dirt
will begin to fly at the corner of
Louisiana Street and Prairie Avenue.
WrcfJItO DEATH RATE SHOWS
MARKED I.VC'HKiASK AND 11IRTH8
ARE LAGGING UEIIIND.
Below the Dallas Express append
a list of Negro births and deaths In
Dallas during the month of May.
Out of a Negro population of be
tween twenty-five and twenty-six
thousand inhabitants there were ten
babies born seven girls and three
boys. This report includes births
registered from May 4th up to May
There were twenty-eight deaths re.
corded from various causes. Fourteen
of these are men eleven are women
and three infants.
The date this record further shows
Is from May 2nd up to and including
By these figures it Is apparent that
the death rata is leading the birth
rate nearly three to one.
According to this information the
race locally Is rapidly becoming ex-
tinct. The following Is a list:
Mr. and (Mrs. Grant U McVey 1500
Blakeney a girl.
Mr. and Mrs Samuel Loyd 212
Cliff a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dafflan 3819
Dildock a girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Garrett 2614 Law-
rence a girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Hawjey V(illiama 8703
Munger a girl. . ' " "
Mr. and Mia Thad Duncan 1928
Moore a girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Ishmar Jackson 1226
Noah a boy. '
Mr. and Mrs. Ambers McClennan
4630 Phillips a girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones 2209 1-2 Santa
Fe a girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Thomas Sr.
5210 McKinney a boy.
Eliza Boykin. 922 Gleason senility.
Augustus G. Scott 1806 Hall pyloric
Jim Cross 3636 Atlanta valvular In-
8UKmCmerCWrlght. 1740 Pavilion burn.
Monroe Watklns 2626 Juliette cere-
Florida Chalk. 8310 Ross pneu.
mHattie Anghes 3505 Greenwood.
Joseph Overton. 1217 S. Ervay St.
"Tnfant"' of H. Hines. 1614 Collins.
Edd Lee King. 2509 Trinidad tu-
bTUJ Jordan. 1026 E. 9th. old age.
Carrie Hicks 3813 Dildock.
nock Barnes 1122 Comal.
Jesste Wyatt 1037 Hawkins tuber-
CUphil!p Coleman 2820 Main nephri-
" Lizzie Season. 2429 Forest appo-
PlDoyr'othy Calvin 8601 SanJacinto
whooping cough. ....
James Davis. 2915 Juliette.
Infant of Ishmael Jackson. 1226
Noah pneumonia. -Rank
Infant of Dave BelL 1701 Banic
aVRSe'Perry. 8614 Spence pneumonia.
Lie"a e! Jackson. 8628 Ruskln. tu-
taM.U" Johnson. 2922 Thomas rhea-
mK.""c: Jones 3027 Indiana tubercu.
lDora Frame. 1826 Falrmount.
J W Jeffrey. 1218 Dey. indocarditla.
Eddie McMlllisn. 2618 Trinidad gaa-
U'wmie Pleasant 400 N. Marsalls.
INTENSIVE TRAINING FOR
A school of Methods for Town and
Country Pastors waa conducted at
Wiley University. Marshall Texas
May 1st ta- 20th 1922 by the depart
ment of jural work or tno jioara or
Home Missions and Church Kxtension
of the Methodist Episcopal church. Dr.
David D. Fofsyth Corresponding Sec-
retary: Dr. T'aul Vogt E'iperlntem'ent
of the detartment of Rural Work; In
cooperation with Wiley University
M W Dogan. President and the Agri-
cultural and Mechanical College of
Texas F O. Walton Director of Ex-
tension. The follcvlng composed the
faculty; Robert E. Jones. Resident
Bishop; M. W. Dqgan President Wiley
University. Mai shall Texass M. A.
Dawber Professor of Rural Leader-
ship Boston Universlt ': M. T. J. How-
ard Professor of Rural Leadership
Gammon Theological Seminary. At-
lanta Ga.: Mrs. M. B. V. Hunter Ex-
tension Worker. Agricultural and Me-
chanical College of Texas and U. S.
Department of Agriculture; James E.
Wagner Pastor at Worcester i-ass.
Mrs; Wagner Lecturer on matters re-
lating to the parsonage: R. H. Hines
Extension Worker Agricultural and
Mechanical College of Texas and the
D. a Department of Agriculture; Mrs.
Lenora Williams Professor of En-
glish Wllev University Marshall Texan-
E HI ' Bolden Superintendent of
A. W. Billings returned missionary
frTha company of expert workers un-
der the direction of Dr. M. T. J.
. - . nut mm nt ifh WOFK
Into the twenty daya as the Prehera
nwde such impression fo.- good as
would be hard to duplicate the stu-
dent body was made up of DUtjlct
Superintendents. I lastors i and a few
of their wives from the following
states: Arkansas Alabama Louisiana
Mississippi Oklahom and Texaa
Course were given on the follosrv
Ing subjects: Health Rural Economics
Church Finance. Organled play ani
games. Home-making general farm-
ing evangelism church Methods In-
fant welfare dairy and poultry rals-
at the correct
ing the parsonage and the pastor's
wife homelltlca church building and
The lecturea on these different sub-
jects were delivered In a moaf pleas-
ing style which meant that the te-
dious features were eliminated. It waa
a pleasure to be associated with the
Wiley Teachers and students who did
everything they could to make the
stay of the visiting preachers pleasant
and profitable. All were highly de-
lighted jvlth the nice rooms in which
our sessions held the beautiful well
kept campus the dignified scholarly
bearing of the studjent body and the
air of culture every where present.
Wiley is an institution of which tha
entire chuch should be proud. We are
under obligation to the Agricultural
and Mechanical College of Texas for
sending to us Mr. Hines who Is an
enthusiastic work along agriculture
lines and Mrs. M. E. V. Huner who
appears to know everything that can
be possibly known under the head of
Home-Making. The preachers carry
with them pleasant memories of thulr
twenty days sojourn in this special
school and with much valuable Infor-
mation with the request that next
year's session ' be held at the same
time and place and faculty.
TAX LEVIED ON JUVENILES.
DAVID ABNER D. G. II. N. G.
Bebinnlng September 1st 1921 and
closeing August 1st 1922 a special
tax ef 1.00 per member is levied on
each and every Juvenile of the SUte
Our slogan is 9000 members by
Grand Lodge Session Dallas August
1st Do not say "I Can't" old" car.'t"
ia a coward. Be sure to kill him. In-
mates let us be as loyal as members
of other organizations who see to it
that their children are identified with
everything which they are connected.
This is right: "train up a child in
the way 'it should go." If we would
make loyal Odd Fellows and Rutliles
out of our children let us "train them
in that way. I stared mine early.
I ask no more ' of you than I have
done myself. Encourage each Juvenile
to bring another reward then they
will enjoy the hunt for anoher; for
a new member.
Each Juvenile Association will ple-
eas meke your annual report by Mar-
ch 31 1922. Give both financial and
unfinancial roll of members.
The names of financial members
will be accompanied by the $1.00.
Seal of Juvenile Department must
be placed on letter ifjuvenile depar-
tment has no seal matron will see
that seal of H. H. is placed thereon.
On proper proof of death i laim of
a financial Juvenile member $50.00
will promptly b paid to the benefic-
iary. The foliorin? prizes will be
awarded at the meeting of the D. G.
H. H. of Ruth Id Dallas.
To the juvenllu having the highest
numbers of children over 75 on its
roll: a casii prize of $10.00 will be
given. To tbe one having the 2nd
bfKhext over 75. a cash prize of $5.00
will be Riven.
For further imformation address
Mrs. A B. Hart. State Organizer 916
San Felipe Street Houston Texas.
! ITINERARY TOR DEPUTIES . OF
HOUSKMOliD OF RUTH.
Dr. D. Afoner D. O. M. V. G.
Houston Ennis. Dallas No. 5340
Dallas No. 3361. Teirell. Wills
Point McKinney Waco Hillsboro
Port Worth fNew H. H.). Galves
ton Bryan Corsicana Cotton Gin
Bonham Honey Grove Paris
Mrs. K. DuvalL Dopnty.
Fayettville Granger Smlthvlli.
Taylor (Juvenile) Temple (Jrvenile)
Uelton (juvenile .
Mrs. B. Wilson lxiputy.
Now Waverlv. Huntf-vllle. Colmes-
noii r.rnveton. Dlbnll. Lufkln. Pales
tine Hendersoi New Bryant Bock
ville Eld rvilie uartnage latum.
Mrs. Mary Davis Deputy. '
Hubbard. Chilton Moorevll e
M.-s. E. E. Page Deputy.
Lockhart Elgin Manor Hutto.
Mrs. E. M. Abner Deputy.
Dallas No. 6736. Stephenville
Can Anircln. Rrnwnwnnd. Tuacon.
Colorado Abilene Albany El Paso
Fort Worth imversiaej wicnita
Pulls Amarlllo Gainesville.
Mrs. Oscar Thompson Deputy.
Iaa Bells Whitewright. Wolfe
City Ladonia Clarksville Royse
City Detroit Pilot Point Denton
Mrs. C A. Barnea Typutj.
Itaska Grandvlew Valley Mills
McGregor Chandler Dawson Pel-
hara. Mrs. C. A. Dtflurluss Deputy.
Camden Benrtng Shepoard
K unti Bessmay Woodvllle. CoI-
mesneil. Mm. Hallia Mi fllain. Denntr.
Douglassvflle Bivens Lodi. Jef-
ferson Dangerfield Henderson -Te
A SATISFACTORY INVESTMENT
BEAUTIFUL HAIR AND
uuaranteed by the use of Trench
Preparations which have stood the
test of time.
PARISIAN HAIR GROWER
PARISIAN PRESSING OIL
and PARISIAN SKIN LOTION
the best that 'money can buy. Why
experiment? A trial order will con-
MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY
Agents and Uair Dressers
WIUTB BOX 706
PARISIAN K0SMETIC CO.
Mrs. K K. Sterling Deputy.
Speiglevllle Whitney. Bosqueville
Gatesvllle Cameron. Marlln Aquil-
Mrs. M. E. Sparks Deputy.
Athens. Kerens Chandler Tyler.
Mineoia Lindaie swan.
Mrs. S. Winston Deputy.
Seguln (Juvenile) Lullns (Ju-
venile) Bellville. Wharton. San An.
tonio. Corpus ChrlBti Kingsvllle
Mrs. Beutah York Deputy.
Alma. Rice Mllford. Italy f Ju
venile) Grandvlew (Juvenile);
Mrs. O. D. Peoples Deputy.
Georgetown RockcUle Cause.
Franklin Branchville Calvert Bay-
lorville. Mt. Moriah. Hammond
Wootan Wells High Bank. Jewett
Mm. Hut' May wood Deputy
Streetman Hone Italy. Weath-
ford Thurber Mineral Wells New
Mrs. J. C. Frazier D. G. R. N. G.
Dal las'' Piano Lancaster Grand
Prairie Seagoville Ft. Worth Com-
merce. Klondvtte. Cooner. Sulnhnr.
Springs Pittsburg Elmo. Richard
son Marshall . Longvlew Forney
Hutchlns Rowlette Sherman. Deni-
son Neylandville Cleburne Jack-
sonville. Mrs. M. A. Bird Die Deputy.
Leesburg Big Sandy Gilmer
Call. Ponta LaRue Mt. Pleasant.
Mrs. Blanche Nobles Wyndora .
Caldwell Clay Independence
Somervllle Washington Craven Sa-
lem Madisonvllle Stoneham Woods-
Each ; Deputy will arrange her
visits to suit her convenience
changing the Order according to
nearness of place.
Any Deputy who finds that she
cannot ' make the visit assigned
please let me know before asking
some one else to visit for you.
DAVID ABNER D. O. M. N. O.
When In CorBlcana atop at SAVOT
CAKB for best meals 222 B. Fifth
avenue. W. C. REECE Prop.
Wanted to Knew the whereabouts nf
Mrs. Annie Johnson. Lsst heard nf in
Cleburne. Texaa Mrs. jr. K. Williams
tn. mtn street 6-13-lt
" Let G. F. Porter 171 7 Hall St.
Dallas Texas sell you a BLACK
SWAN 'PHONOGRAPH. 6-20-3t
Mrs wasted to do secret service
work. Salary and expenses. Write
quickly to A. W. Walker Douglas De.
tectlve Agency Box 217 Great Bend
NOTICE Tha Reunion Club of the
Busch family la DreDarlng to hold Its
second annual reunion at home of
Jeff Busch at White Rock June 19th.
All Busch relatives ara requested to
communicate with Mrs. R. L. Dawson
1816 Wall street
DEALING In all kinds of Hair
Goods. Switches. Transformations liutj
Curls anl wigs i-aoae ".
N. E. Hlsby 40121 S. Cealral Aveaae.
Agents Waated In every town In
the State to hande rheumatism modi.
cine. Liberal commission. Write Mrs.
A ana u. Wright Box 672 Longvlew
Texas. . -27-
RUTH I.ODliK NO. aJ
A. P. Bad A. M.
Meets 2nd and 4th Friday
nights in each month. Pythian
Temple. All visiting Masons
welcome. A. ALFOHD W. M.
8AM L BARROW. Beo'y.
THE DALLAS SUMMER
Will Open June 12th and
Close Aug. 16th 1922.
The following fr.culty of t'.ie Dallas
Summer School and Htate Normal In-
stitute hss been elected Instructors:
L. B. Hoes A. M.. Specialist. Miami
University Ohio specialised at Uni-
versity of Chicago; E. W. Bailey A.
M. Fisk University; Jioecher Jackson
A. B. Ya.e Unl.; Mr. Elisabeth Bro-n
Brewer specialist In Primary Method
and teacher Coach Western Reserve
Teachers' College Cle eland Ohio:
Ml.a Page Normal Department of
Wllberforcs University. Ohio special
ist In Derm- tic Science and Domes
tie Art; Norman W. Harllee A. M.
lllddle University. Joint author of
Twejtieh Century Encyclopedia.
t. i j . I a n . r TT A
DIBtlup Mil i i rri.iciii A - .
Boas of the Southern MethodiBt Uni-
versity: Presldont J. N. Irven of th
Columbia University: Dr. A- 8. Jack-
son Atlanta University; Dr. Selecman
Dr. E. Arlington Wilson Kev. J. H.
Kmlth Kev. N. ii Wilson 01 nowara
ITnlvfirsltv: Principal C F. Carr of
Wilberforce University: Dr. Georga W.
Truett Editor John W. Klce of the
Dallas Kxpress; J. i. rox nowara
University and others.
TUITION AND BOARD.
Tuition for eight (8) weeks. (8.00:
board and lodging. 120.00 per month
cheaper In club rates.
CHHiDRDlPS DEPART t EST.
Provisions have hr en mr uo for child-
ren to be uoed in connexion with the
teachers' course under special teach-
ers. NORMAN W. HARLEE
1818 Ball Btmtt.
MISS Fl.OREKKM LOViXV; HAB1VEB
UK. UKO. M. Wl.NtllLS
MEDICINE and BURGERS'
Office nth and Catheasi Streets
Fort Werta Texas.
7. IU McMillan M. D.
Thones: Office H. 7266:
Res. H. i368.
Lb G. Ptnkttton M. D.
Phone H. 726
Dits. McMillan & plnkstoj.
Physicians and Nut-genus
at MCMILLAN SANITARIUM
Cor. Hall and State Sts.
DBS. IORTEIt ft PORTKR
Physician and burgeons
Special attention given to diseases
of women and children and venereal
. Office Hours:
9 to II a. tn. 2 to 4 p. m.
7 to 9 p. m.
Phone Y CSOd 2118 1-2 Elm St
R. E. L. HOLLAND. M. D.
Physician ana Surgeon
Office 1800 M Jackson Street
Res. 2914 Thomas Ave
Of rice Fl;one Y-6144
Res. Phone H. 1724
8:30 to 10:30 a. m.
3:00 to 6 p. m. Dallas Texas
A. S. WELLS
Attorney and Councillor at Law
20 Pythian Temple
Dr. R. T. Hamilton Physician and
Surgeon. Room 215 Pythian Temple;
residence S30S Thomas Ave. Phones:
Office Y 6844; residence H. 4027;
Offlce hours: lo a. m. to 12 m.; t to
8 p ra; 7 to 8:80 p. m. Dallas Texas
Dr. Lytlsr Veterinary Surgeen en
animals of all kinds. Offlca at Peat-
plea Undertaking Company 210 N.
Pearl street Heura frero a. in.
t S p. m. X 12S6 residence 2921
Willew street Dallas Texas.
The Grand Central Pressing
BRYAN AND CBNTRAL
Specialising ' In Guaranteed satis-
factory cleaning and pfenning for
LADIES AND GHJNTLUMEN
EFFICIENT DRLrVF.IlY KRKVICB '
8hla Parlor In Ceaaeetlea
singer Swiss Machine
NEW AND SECGND-HAKO.
We buy sell rent and repair
any make. Our prices less. No down
town high rent.
JEO. V. WATTO.Y
Y 6016 Phones Y 2464
1719 St Loals St.
7V ir i nurr TjK t i i n
Trouble Mead for Free Beetle
i m .-
ya. and H
30 late il
ing on "iS
On diseases of the kindneys
Information before it is too
you may now be border!
Xtheumatlsm Blight's Disease
Y H .. V. T-l . T T .. . TT. 1 1 . . IT'.
and other fatal ailments. A
your agent or druggist
or by mall Post Paid 11.00. Mon
ey oacK ir noi saiisiiea. fu
AGENTS WANTED 5F
We have the best agency prop- H
osition In the country. Write
lor It today. M
TIIR FOWLHIl MF.DIOINB CO. V.
Dept. S Memphis Teaa. H
; READING GLASSES.
We Examine Eyes and Fit
Glasses That's What We Do
but We Oo It RIOHT.
H. A. HAHKIS
i). l. wilon j.:
Optometrist and Optician Ff
haw Laeatloa Ak.mr4 fi
Uetweesi Kim aaa Haiss II
The Melba Cafe
DELICTO? EATS And
' A CONFECTIONS
HOME COOKING a SPECIALTY
10ta 1-3 Hall Street
P B. BROWN Prop.
BLACK SWAN RECOS )S
r-lM BIO HITS
DO 0 Bt.K R&COKD8
He may be your man.
But He Comes to Tee Ma
You Missed a Good Wo
men When You Picked
All O'er Me.
Trlxles Htues. St. Louis Bluis (Dance
Record); Rise and Shine (Jubilee
Records sent C. O. i5. 70c each post-
age 10c Any Records 12.25 postrge
Paid. .. .
MISS 1m A. SHAW.
17J7 Hall St. Dallas. Texaa
Write for freo Catalogue. .
and faces needn't
f oothes and. heMS
dts andchilblabs V
1 V fii -trlw iTTil rVnt1r ' ' '
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