The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 35, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 17, 1922 Page: 2 of 8
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TI!S PAtXAH express. IlALLAS TEXAS. SATTTROAY JWB 17 1023.
.' !4t i j tin: tjipiui'-'-ion of the uuen-
r..s v !:'! -r or nut H Mas wrong to
i .ii !;. U !;.-!i 8l:iv-i wits very
; .i n'. i:i mr muni ry. Tho people
v re t . !.! .; . '. nn the iiues'.iou.
'!:;.!'! proponed III Cot'SreWJ
' : I I I; li' !l !.(( Ml-: s whirl Indicated I
(;.:: It:.- I.K.Ui 1)1. 'HI DO h.-UlCU oy
ii' i i l' 'i.:r. tb. It whs the jis tiioiil
IV' ih.it ti crii-is bait ben reached
i. ii.'l Unit wlineiy irnift. he abolished in
irir rouniry or i.c more directly recog-
ji i ... d and tDsiaii.inl by tho Federal
(iDi'i-rnm! -i!t. Hence Lowell s Biibjut
" I he 1 'i .'sc iil. t'rii-if..'- It was only a
fi iv mnuilm i.ltrr the. prom wax pub
iii.!.1 d Hint "Wiiuiot Proviso" was
Introduced Hi Co nitres which was the
fiist definite propos-iliou voted on in
t'(M' :i l.'- to prvveut the exterwtlon of
; ln i ry iiiio lew territory. It was tle-"!H-d
in (he c-nc'e. The rteil crlhis
1. ! ill rot lone: 111)1:1 lMiO.
liiirt iimonfr the noblest ofl-cw-v'A'ft
ik-h-hik c.pi is piu-ticiilarly mark-
ed l.y LiieetneHB and simplicity ot
Htjle. It was written as an appeal to
the uliiiiilierlnfT eonmiore of the
nation and l.iwl a isr:t powerful effect.!
And sl.'id Truth's yet niisutlef UK."
When a deed is done for Freedo. v
throm-h the broad earth's aching
Items a thrill of J'y prophetic trem-
bUni; on from c-hki to west
Ami the Klave where-cr he cowers.
H i Is tl e ki .i within him climb
To th; awful erse of manhood as the
Of a century li'rsU fuHldosHomeJ on
th; i horny stem of Time.
Through the ells of hut and palace
shouts the li-HtuntTiieonH throe
V.'hen the trava." of the Arcs wrings
earth's s BloTiiri to und fro;
At i!ie birth of each nv Era. with a
Nation wildly looks i-t natloii stsuuling
Willi mute Hps nrnrt.
Ami i-.lad Truth''; yet mightier cim-
ehilil le.pa beneath the filtui'"-'.
So the Kv-'i'b tiiuniph 'endeih with K
tenor and a chill
V'nder continent to ontinent the Beiitte
of coming ill.
And the clave where'er ne cowers
feels hiii sympathies with Clod
In hot teardrops ebbing earthward to
lie drunk up by the sod
Till a corpue crawls round tinbiiried
delving in the nobler clod.
For mankind are one In spirit and an
itiHtinet bears along
Hound the eifth'a electric circle the
swift tla.-li of rlijht or wrong;
Whether conacioun or unconscious yot
Hunianiiy's vast irame
Through its oi-can-aundered fibres feel
the buhIi of joy or Rhame
In the Rain or lois of one race nil the
rest have eipial claim.
Once to every man and nation comes
the moment to decide.
In the strife of Truth with Falsehood
for the good or evil !de;
Some great cauae God's new Messiah
offering each the bloom or blight
i ts the (joats upon the left hand and
the Hheep upon the right.
And the choice goes by forever 'twlxt
th.it darkness and that light.
lia-t thou chosen O my people on
whose party thou Bhalt stand
Kre the Doom from Its worn sandals
Fiiukes the du:t against our land?
Though the cause of Evil prosper yet
'tis Truth alone it. strong.
And albeit she wander outcast now
I see around her throng
Troops o! beaut if ul tall an gels to en-
sKi !d her frc.pi nil wrong.
li tcUward look across the ages and the
That like peaks of some sunk conti-
nent Jut through Oblivion's sea;
Not an ear in court or market for the
low foreboding cry
Of these Crises God's stem winnow-
ers from whose feet earth's chart
Never shows tho choice momentous till
the judgment hath passed by.
Careless seems the great Avenger; his-
tory's pages but record
One 'ath grapple in the darkness
"t ' tx L old systems and the Word:
Til ii forever on the scaffold Wrong
forever on the throne
Vet that scaffold sways the future
behind the dim unknown.
andeth God witi -t the shadow
keepins watch bt.- hla own.
We see dimly in the Present what Is
small and what is great '
Slow of faith how eak an arm may
turn the iron helm of fate
But the soul ia still oracular; amid the
List the ominous stern whisper from
the Delphic cave within
"They enslave their children's children
who make compromise with sin."
Slavery the earth-born Cyclops fellest
of the giant brood
Sons of brutish Force and Darkness.
who have drenched the earth with
' blood .....
ff mil !:( ia sib self-made re&oithHutl
ed by our purer day
"ropes in yet unhlasted rivMons for
fct.B miteval.ie prey;
Shall we guide bis gcry fingers where
on- heiples-i children play?
Then to side the Truth ia noble when
we id i a re her wretched crust
Kre her cause bring fume and profit
and 'tis prosperous tc be just.
Then it. Is tho brave rnnn chooses
whi!e the coward stands nsldo
'."kmbtiiig in hl" abject spirit till his
Lord is crucified.
And. the multitude make virtue of be
fr.ilb tbty hd denied .
Col' at me o'er earth's chosen heroes
they were soula ihat stood alone
While the m"ft they agonized for
hurled the contumelious stone
Ftood serene and Town the future saw
tlo golden team 'ncltne
To the side of perfect justice irestered
IVheir faith divine
By 018 man's plain truth to manhood
iind to Cod's supreme design.
Tv i ibe lii'iit or burning heretics
( I -t s bi.i-'ding f--et I tra'dt.
Tniiii'ir p new Calvaries ever with the
oj dim that tarns not. back
A(. these mounts of anguin. number
how each f.eie:x.'on learned
Cue new "oi.J of that grand Credo
VM' la prophet hearts bath bill nod
g i ';) i.i .-'.t. man stood God-eon-
1 v! ! !iis face to neaven up-
To gleao up the scattered ashes into
History's golden urn.
'Tis as easy to be heroes as to dt the
Of a legendary virtue carved upon our
Worshipers of light ancestral make the
present light a crime
Was 'he Mayflower launched by cow-
ards steered by men behind their
Turn those tracks toward fast or Fu-
ture that make Plymouth Rock sub-
T hey were nic-i of present valor stal-
wart old iconoclast
Unconvinced by ax or gibbet that all
Wrtue was the Past's
Tut we make their truth ora falsehood
thinking that that iiia:'e us free
Hoarding It In moldy parchments
while our tender spirits tiee
ihe rude grasp of that great impulse
which drove them across the eea.
They have rights who dare maintain
them we are traitors to our sires
.Smotheriiijr in their holy arches Free-
dom's new-lit altar tires;
Shall we make their ceed our jal!er7
iha!l we in our haste to slay.
From the tombs of the old prophets
ste-il the funeral lamps away
To light up the martyr-fagots round
the prophets of to-day?
New occasions teach new duties; Time
makes ancient good uncouth;
They must upward still and onward
who would keep abreast of Truth;
I.o before us gleam her camp-lire.'!
we ourselves must Pilgrims be
Launch our Mayflowei and steer
boldly through the desperate winter
N'or uttempt the Future's portal with
the Past's blood-rusted key.
JAMKS RCSSl'SL LOWELL.
LIM'OLVS SFEKH AT GKTTVS-iii.I'.G.
Fourscore and seven years ago
our fathers brought forth upon this
Cont.inenta new nation conceived in
liberty and dedicated to the proposi-
tion that ail men are created equal
Now wo are engaged In a great civil
war testing whether that nation or
any nation so conceived and so dedi-
cated can long endure. We are met on
a great battlefield Of that war. AVe
have come to dedicate a portion of
that field na a final resting place (r
those who here gave their lives that
the nation might live. It Is altogether
fitting and proper that we should
But In a larirer sense we canno'
dedicate we eannot consecrate wc
cannot hallow this ground. The brave
men living find dead who struggled
here have consecrated it far shove
our power to add or detract. The
world vlll little note nor long re-
member want we say here: but ii
can never forget what thev did here.
It is for us the living rather to
be dedicated here to the unfinished
wort which they who foueht here
have thus far eo nobly advanced. It
Ir rather for us to be here dedicated
to the great task remaining before
us that from these honored dead
we take increased devotion to that
muse for wliich they gave the last
full measure of devotion; that we
hero bithlj resolve that these dead
shall not have died In vain; that thin
nation under God shall have a new
birth of freedom and that do govern-
ment of the people by the people
and for the people shall not perish
from the earth.
Delivered at the dedication of the
Gettysburg National Cemetery oil the
Gettysburg battle field Nov. 19 186:1
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DALLAS lilSTKICT SOTEH
R. S. JENKINS Presiding Klder.
Rev. V. S. Bush is proving his
ability nis a good pastor and a bus-
iness man worthy of honor In the
ranks of the A. AI. E. Ministry. The
Quarterly Conference was a great
success. $32.40 raised Sunday it was
Indeed a lively day In Knight Chapel.
The Eastern Star held their lodge of
sorrow. The Presiding Klder preached
at 11 a.m. Rev. Sims at 3 p.m. and
Rev. Jor:n of the Church of God
at night Revs. Hendrlck and Busch
held Joint service as it was the C M.
F..'s day. Bro. Bush made a liberal
donation to the pastor for the tiso of
tb..- day. In Union there Is strength.
Next Sunday we will be at Wichita
Falls and from there we go tr Newi
Yn-k to attend the Missionary Board.
Notic . Dr. S. W Armstrong has
t-ecn appointed Conference Presidentt
of the Allen league Christian Kn-
deavor Young People Society of the
North TcxnR A. M. E. Conference
By order of Bishop W. D. Johiihon.
L. S. Jenkins Presiding Kldor All
League President will communicate
with Dr. S. AW- Armstrong. Motor
R. A. Dallas. Texas.
Chicago 111. June 15. Mr. Anna
Vlnnon llvlnft at 455 E. 36th stroot
has moved to 3650 Calumet avenue
where she wl'l be plt-ased to have her
many friends visit her.
Mrs. Dollle A. Plackman 10 W. 47th
iitreet well known in fraternal clr-
sles in the city Is much Improved and
able to be out again after an illneas
of four weeks.
ifls Johnella Krizler a teaeher at
the V. N. & I. I. Petersburg. Va. will
coma Immediately to the city at the
close of the school June 9th to be
with her father who la quite ill.
Mrs. Anna Flowers 228 W. Schil-
ler street was taken to the County
Hospital a few days ago very ill. At
this writing she Is somewhat Improved.
Mrs. Grace AV. Ncttherland. 8558 Fed.
cral street left the city during the
week for a short stay 1n the east af-
terwards she will go to Richmond:
Va. her native home to spend con1
slderable time during the summer
with her mother. Mrs. Georgia Walker
909 N. Slst iitreet. Mrs. Netherland la
secretary of the Virginia Society.
The Progrenslve Club Number On
will meet on Sunday afternoon June
18th at the residence of Mrs. Sarah
Strstton. 3257 Cottaure Grove avenue.
The president of the club Mrs. Grace
Patillo. requests that all memoers oe
present. A program will be given fol-
lowed by the serving of refreshments.
MIhh Alice Iaxter. 420 K. 48th
Place has returned to the city from
Colp. 111. where she taught In the
puhllo school tne entire session. mis
Baxter contemplates taking a special
rnursft of study during the summer.
The Virginia Society win meet m
Its regular monthly meeting June
21st at headquarters. 3638 8. State
street at which time a program will
be glvan and refreshments served. All
members are urged to attend and
bring their friends with them.
M. T.f Ualley president i ne tiauey
Realty Co. manager The Milton Mer
cantile Agency. 3638 South State
street visited Washington D. C dur.
Ing the week en route to Virginia in
attendance of the bl-ennlal meeting of
the Alumni Assooiation of the V. N.
& I. I. of which Association he Is
president. Mr. Bailey was Joined at
Washington by Hon. Arthur G. Froe
recorder of deeds and an old school-
mate who made the trip to Virginia
AIT. HEBKOX BAPTIST Hl'Rt'H.
Sunday opened or. time with Supt.
Mathew at his post-Attendance good
icssoii taught by the pastor. Remarks
on lesson by Rev. JohnBon and Bro.
Winn. J. Mathews S'ipt. At 11 o'clock
prayer service conducted by the Dea-
cons. 11:30 Sermon by the pastor.
3 o'clock; prayer service conducted by
Deacon Baker. The pastor read for
the opening tthe 23 Ch. of Matt. At
3:30 Rev. T. B. Mills taken the stand;
his text Mark 16-15. At night prayer
service conducted by Deacon Baker
and Deacon Mathew. The Divine Ser-
vice conducted by Rev. T. M. Mills.
The pastor: Text John 9-25. The audi-
ence was set on fire. One soul was
added to the church Collection 15.SL
The pastor is standing vary hard
for the church. The Mission Society
will meet to-night for the purpose
of putting our officers In their places.
Rev. G. F. Hood Pastor
Sis. E. M. Baker Reporter.
MRU OF THANKS.
I wish to thank tho many friends
especially the Society of Mt Rose
Church for their kindness during the
Illness and death of my husbanJ. D.
J. Myers who departed this Ufa June
5th; also thank the various lodges and
friends for the beautiful florals.
CARRIE M. MYERS AVIfe.
Trouble Send for Fre Booklet
On diseases of the kidneys and
Information before It Is too late
you may now be bordering on
Rheumatism Bright s Disease
Diabetes Dropsy Heart Failure
and other fatal aliments. Ask
your agent or druggist for
or by mall Post Paid 11.00. Mon-
ey back if not satisfied.
We nave the best agency propo-
sition in the country. Write for
TIIK FOWLER MEDICINE CO.
Dept. S Memphis Tenn.
Captain George Murray 821 Allen
tfAt Inft inat wplr fni ChlpAErn Mnri
vacation.""1"8' where wHI '" U
Vlf'W l "BLACK I1KLT" AGAIN
UISTI UHS CHICAflO.
Ftta Mae Twiggs the 18 months olC
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J.
Twittgs. 1211 1-2 South Pearl street
died Sunday morning at o'clock and
was buried Monday afternoon at 8:30
CJIltD OF THANKS.
AVo thank our friends and acquain-
tances for their time and assistance
and also their liberal donation to-
ward the expense of my husband
Curtis white during his confinement
in the sanitarium and also at his
death. May God bless all ot you.
MRS. S. AVHITH. Wife.
By A. N P.)
. "IiIcbko June 15. GamV. 'vg and
vii. are grain rampant In th. - vl ward
the 'black belt" :f this cit. The
dail papers are featuring certki'tr re.
sorts CHbarets. and temples of co&nce
where fc Is cinimed nnrtliMilftrl v vir
ions conditions exist. Many persons'
who profess to know state that con-1
iliilons are no worse in the Colored
district than In many oiher sections
ot the city although It Is admitted
Ihat most ofthe putronaxo in these
places ccmes from the white element
who sock the blink belt to do their
n!uinnilii7. 35th street the center of
ihe dis.j-tct has developed into a gay
white way with brilliantly lighted
Jaz places dotting the corners with
aui s choking the street until the
eai y hours of the diy. The daily pa
pers and the reform element charg-i
the politicians 'Yho control ihe Ooloret"
vote with using their political per
solely to protect vice with terrible
effect vipon both the white and Color-
ed youth of the city. Gambling r.e.
cording to ihe dally papers is oper-
ated on an unhesrd of -oI one pl:-ce
being cited at Slut and Indiana In a
building where Culor;d doc jirs law-
yers an business men have offices.
Here play has no limit literals tens
of thousand!! of dollars changing hands
nightly. Dun Jackson an undertak-
er. Is ae.lil to be the representative of
the political clique which controls
tho g5'nes In the district. A peculiar
feature of the situation is the ra'her
helpless attitude o." the better ele
ment of people perhaps for want of
n-ader Mp and the ineffectiveness of
the pulpit of the city.
All members of La 'intone Court
176. are urged to be pmsent at tnelr
hall on the third Wednesday of this
MIIS. AV. A. MANACK AV. C.
$1.00 DOWN $1.00 WEEK
ALL THE CREDIT YOU WANT
AXL TUB CREDIT YOU WANT
We' Have a Nice Line of New and Used Furniture.
. Look for the Orange Painted Front across the su-eet from tho
Pythian Temple Out of the high rent district will rent you .
furniture by week or month.
.lilVfi US A TRIAL ViU WILL BE TREATED FAIRLY
DODSON-McCONNELL FURNITURE CO.
Phone Y 4476 2544 Elm Street
VISIT THE OKLAHOMA CAFE
427 and 429 N. Central Avenue
' CLEANEST PT.ACE CHEAPEST PIACE
Your health depends upon the place in which you eat. We
iterilize all silver and glasses. Our sanitary record has always been
98 per cent. We htve the best cooks that are from some of the
largest houses in tho Middle West. .We carry everythls-
!:.';:;: nil? iv. . '?;! -.'Award where
.! y tV Ohi-lyr .st.ind ;
Him tii.'' ci'n'be Judas With
; vi in !i :h i.anus:
. ( i.t nf crun '.un ready
r ' .-.u:;.ir f:.i!'.'rt burn.
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CAIU OF THANKS.
Sherman Texas June 17 1922.
AV'e d.'sire to express our heartfelt
than . . .0 our many friends who wera
with us juring the illness and death i
of our beloved father and uncle and
the beautiful floral given.
GAH1.ENA JONES Dtr.
CLARA DYER Neice.
Itl-Af K-Kt!llY M1PTIAI.H.
I'OSTAl MEW IIAWICET tXENN
Chlcar.o II!. June 15. The Notion".'
A'MunCfi of Postal Employees gave a
bnntiue at he Appomattox clu1 in
honor of A. I.. Gle-jn. of Atlanta Oa.
Nn.tlo i i.1 I'l't'widcnl Tne occasion was
iiilou:- in CliiiviK affairs and was
(-'M'-nd'O by nr'irly one hundred. M.
f I. I''"''" i - ' fcii-'ii. n'r ior u. temiraiion
ir.ol til es't.y h. pf (.ul0( K(.v(.rniif-n employees
rn f"r advancement ntf. rvti.ectlon.
Mr. gnes 'Doxkey's sister. Miss Lu-
cile H'sby will Joined tn holy wed-
lock to Mr. Irfslle Ulack Tuesday even-
ing une at 3029 Thomas avenue.
BRANCH V. M. t. A.
A team of smaller boys played
Ronker T. AVashlngton team Tuesdiy
afternoon. The score was 0-10 in f .
vol- of the Washington team. This
was the first game of Base liall lost
this season and -he Aoy were much
dlssatlRfield over the score. They
claim thai no other defeat will bs
witnessed this season by 'he Y. M. C.
C. A. team.
The boye of the employment club
had oulte an in'eresting meeting Mon.
dny night. A permanent progrsm was
discussed and agreed upon for the
summer montht Beveral nc mem-
bers Joined and other appllcat' -is were
presented. A social will be 'ven In
1 ionor of new members tho first of
' Wbfn should a young man marry f
was tie subj' et for discussion Sunday
' 4 n. Tlitt vnim&r 7ni(i entered
heartily Into ihe subjejt making it
int'TCflllng ind Instructive
ftnr.dftv June lith at 4 p. m. hear
Prof. V. M. Gordon of Llttie Rock
Ark." speak. Both men and women are
invited to hear this addicts.
Join tho Y. M. C. A. this Year.
Make It go.
J. I. K"CE Executive- Sc'y.
COIJ) KltlNKS ICE CRKA.M WATERMfcJiON
CHOICE STEAKS ami CHOPS.
H. (Soforth) MABERN & STONE Props.
"BUY A FORD AND SPEND THE DIFFERENCE'
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Autho'ized VOUV and LINCOLN Dealers: r
HJPVKN AITO CO.
Cudar Springs at Harwood
X. H. KH ELTON
2311 Main Street
1218-22 Sourk. Arvay Street
JOHN E. MORRIS
' " 120 North Lancaster
LAMI5ERTH K)TOIl CO '
Main and Washlnpton Streets
KISHHCU.V MOTOft CO
Houston and Jackson Streets
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
250 OF THEM
Crepe de Chines
' Roshanara Crepes
Printed Crepe de Chines
' Sizes Range from 16 to 44
Tills la the tlma to sup-
ply your dress needs.
The smartest of new
styles. Including draped
models stralghtllne and
panel effects. To be
had in colors of navy
black beige gray mo-
hawk nlle jada red and com-
binations of ' printed designs.
AVonderful trimming effects. In
all this la a group of dreasea that
you would never expect to find
at so low a price. ' This is really
a rare-occasion. Take advantage
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i- "in1 ' v f tvXfoftWt-V I
We Place 125 of them
on Sale at
Not the usual frocl you would
expect to find at thla price but
unusual f ocks at this unusual
price. The fact that they are
made of Imported material Is ex-
ceptional tn Itself but In addi-
tion you will find daintiest of
new styles beautiful trimmings
of embroidery organdy and lace.
To be had In shades of brown
navy. Javender green red and
color combinations. Mora than
a score of .different styles. At
i hi.; one prica of lt.00. .
n ALL A 8 KXrilKSS .
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