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About The Western American. (Astoria, Or.) 1922-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1923)
P r im T w o
among tha delegatee on tha fl,
Texas, ARunin*. Louisiana and Ala-
lum a. T~
1 the convention.
The Qbiuiliniu emhodicd their
Mayor Curley, who la under fire for
findings 1„ , resolution expressing
' graft at tha preaent time, welcomed
the full eoufulnice of the Knights o(
1 the convention to Itoaton. The Catho
Plana and Estima tea Purnlahed
the Ku El,ix Klan in the rfliciency.
lic« gave money throughout for tha
loyalty aH| integrity of their imperial
; convention and tha entire
« u n g e and Cabinet W ert
the meeting eeemed to he ene not ta
| offend the Catholic« of the city.
The gathering reeked to of Roman-1
F. P. CARSON
lam that most of the better element of |
F e llo w s h ip
F o ru m
R ep re-
““ d*c,d*d to " * hd™w , K k m c i li
tu. JL Pertlun«, Ova
from that organ leaf loo rather than
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s e n t a t u r e O u t r a g e o u s ly
^ ¡ x m with the type of men who
M i s t r e a t e d a t B o s t o iv
seem to be at Its head.
E ff id o K j and Integrity.
The shining light of the convention
(Qfettnurd frem Page 1)
Phons M ain 1 W
was one. William R Noll, a New York
it scattered In thtrty or
Waatern American Bureau.
| policeman, who la first vice-president
■ more pasta of the Government service
F. E. BOGARD
BOSTON, Mass , June 17.—The Na- ^
organisation, and probably will
ATLANTA, Ga.. June 20.—(This wlM be «bmblned aad co-ordinated,
special was received the morning of thus proraeflnr efficiency and savins
tional League of Masonic Clubs which, be president at this election.
All K ings of Fresh a n « S alt Fish « n «
¡June , 21, too late for publication last considerable mouej^
met In Boston last week was wholly
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P oultry. Vour P a tro n s«« S olicit««
The tear that a Federal bureaucracy IK) l ocos« . N u r Y am h ill, P a rtía n «, Ore.
under tha domination of the Roman W O M E N G E T C H A R T E R f ^ . - h d . t o r . )
would be established to the peril of
ACTIVE IN AR K AN SA S trance
Catholic church and the Ku Klux
Im State control of education Is not well
Klan waa condemned In no uncer
perial Wizard Dr! Hiram W. Evans founded as the hill win specifically Oregon Battery Company
Weatsrn American Bureau.
'and members of his official cabinet
tain terms by officiala of the loague.
LITTLE ROCK. Ark., June JT.— were Tcfutcd completely Tuesday provide that:
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which Included a Jew from New York j Judge Richard M. Mann, in circuit
All the educational facilities encour
by the name of Margotta. Margotta. court here has granted a charter to or ehief executive body. Knights of aged by tha provisions of this act and I« Grand Ave.
and » . H. Melvin Allen, president of ; the Women of the Ku Klux Klan on a the Ku Klux Klan. following an ex- accepted hy a Stale shall he organised,
the league were foremost In their de-
signed by eight women from 1 haustive and thorough investigation. supervised and administered exclu
seven state«, represented by James
The .national administration was sively hy the legally constituted »tote
Tha denunciation of.the Klan came Comer, Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux folly exonerated and its actions en-l and local educational authorities of DR. W ILLIAM R. VETTER
about through tha appearance of The Klan In Arkansas and Exalted Cyclops dorsed.
Fellowship Forum, a national Masonic of the Klan in Little Rock.
These charges had been made' These iggropriatlona are further
newspaper, at the convention, which
According to the articles of incor- against the imperial officer's by Dr. safeguarded by the limitation that no «OS Oakum Oull«lnfl
Raw UKdwy. US«
carried several items of Klan news. poration the Women of the Ku Klux W, E. Thompson, formerly a Chxt- money shall be apportioned to any orfico UHdo y. (1M
A representative of the paper from Klaa are organised for the purpose! tanooga, Tenn., minister and an ex- State unleea a sum at least equally as
Washington was In the city and gate of promoting llteratnre, education, member of the Kloncilium. and by large ahaR he provided by said State
Hero W e Are
out copies of it around the head science and for all such activities as M,nor Meriwether, st one time Great or by local aathorltlea, or by both, for
quarters of the M gun.
BEAVER ELECTRIC CO.
might tend to develop t CbflMl..., I'uau of au Oklahoma pío, i c, til,'
It is further provided that all such
The sensational Boston newspapers character and for the benevolent. I Neither of these men appeared in
of their written charges. funds so agfortioned shall be distrib H u m tA o « s a il
were given copinee by M arietta who fraternal and protective methods.”
,__ . which were, however, investigated in uted an « administered In acordance
US Orma« A v o , CU
told them the officials of the leagne
For the assistance to be rendered
with the laws of the Slate In like man
were "(up in the air" over i t Previous the women's organisation by members every detail.
The Imperial Kloncilium is com ner as the funds provided by the Slate
to Hargetts’ horning in, nothing had of the Kn Klux Klaa the members
of members, part of whom and local authorities for the same pur
been said objectionable to the paper. of the auxiliary organisation will bold
nominated by the Imperial Wiz- poses. and that the State and local
With the word Klan. however, the themselvea responsibel to the Imperial were
ird an(, ^
by Colone, w ,!liam j.
educational authorities shall deter
Boston papers, ever alert for a sensa P n d B f of the Kn Klux Klan.
tion. hopped to it In screaming head-
The charter permits the suslliary to The vote in declaring the charges mine the eoar.es of study, plans and
liaee. Statements and counter state operate throughout Arkansas and totally unfounded, and the allegations methods of Carrying out the purposes
ments were given out by officials of Little Rock will be made the national made in the complaint wholly untrue, of the 'section relative to the educa
tion of teachers.
the league and the representative of headquarters of the organisation. Na- was unanimous.
BOZLEE St CARVER
All Rights Safeguard««!.
tional officers will be elected during The representatives of Colonel Sim-j
The rights of the States are further
Finally, the representative of the the coming week.
mons on the Kloneilinm presented the
Y TLC ARISING
paper was waited upon by a police
motion which exonerated Dr. Evans
man who said that the mayor, James ALIEN W A R SLACKERS 1 and associates of the aspersions cast • Secretary of Education shall exercise IIS First 8t>
no authority In relation to the organi
A. Curley, a fourth degree Knight of
TREATMENT 1 Up°n
Nineteen w it
Columbus, had ordered that no morej
nesses were placed upon the stand, sation. supervision, or administration
some of them from out of the city, of educational facilities, and that the
copies of the paper be distributed in ",
Wèstern American Bureau.
.and a mass of documentary evidence act shall not bn construed to Imply
NEWPORT. R. I., June 27.—Cltlaen-
was checked and considered before Federal control of education within the
His work stopped, the representative
A. >. PBTBIUk Prop.
ohlp paper« were denied Constantin the verdict was rendered. The men
States, nor Impair the freedoas of the
then started to leave the city on a
* t 1 k train and was stopped by a p®ter Pstrpoulos„ Herman Ohms and against whom the complaints were States In thu conduct and management
W«at P art
detective who took him to police head- ^ arr>T **** h
° Urt fv™
H' W ; Eva,“ : Frf d ^ iiav‘ of their reelective vchool systems,
quarters where he was,severely ques- ^
** a*c’ ' ml,rr,a* Klaliff; H. K. Ramsey. That It la th e duty of the Federal
his baggage searched and held ^
* ’’7 '"fP 'ria’ w '« raPP, and tlrown Mar- Govcrnnyat«^» oup»prt education Is
' *•* w,th the T ilte d stato« «u rto * the «noi). tn#e»iaft KlUaik, arm a li irata- f t . . i I r T
C r. K
- iW -
» i y , . SfuxP^erV
r a t « i » r w J^L onorg«
there an til 11 o'clock
. . , , _ vr , world war on the grounds they were hers of the Kloncilium. They did not Strayfr. professor of educational ad
he was placed aboard a train for New ,
cItlleQ8 of thff count
, yote j . conncction wilh thc casf Dr
• L A
York in company with a detective. He j
Evan, re lin q u is h e d th e chair to a ministration in Columbia University,
in a masterly article In the Educa
had not been allowed to commanicate
1 7 « Saady
K la n s m e n , t o C h u r c h .
member from Indiana.
tional Review, when be saya:
with his friends during the time he
GArfUld « I E '
j Statements in the press that a
Western American Bureau.
“It la aound doctylne that proposes
•was held by the police.
' friend of Colonel Simmons had bolted
MEATS, FISH AND
The conrention Itself was so thor
HOMESTEAD, Pa.. June 17. Mem- j (jle mcctin8 are wholly untrue. Four that the wealth of the nation be put
oughly dominated by the Catholics bers of the Klan here attended serv- mtmbcrl of the Kloncilium. including Itack of the education of all its chil
that It was astonndlng. None but lees at theWest Homeetead Methodist Colontl Simmon,, were absent, two dren. It would be as ridiculous to think
D«llvcri«s a Day
actual delegates were allowed on the church here In a body and listened Qf them on account of illness and one of attaching the coqj of providing an
10:30 A. M. and 3:30 P. M.
floor. Alternate delegates were forced to a sermon in compliment to them by i through press of private business. army and nary to the Individual
to sit in the galleries, but Catholic Rev. W. S. McCorkle, pastor of the Members were present from New States as l( la to think that the sup
|York. Indiana, Oklahoma, Georgia, port of edsratinn is tf) be thought of
priests mixed freely and constantly church.
as wholly a State affair.
H ighest Q uality
“In recent years our National Gov
SEEDS - BfTLBS
ernment has come Into our States and
Treat — Rotta
localities and taken from them their
fruitful sources of revenue, while
leaving them the most expensive func
tions of government.”
Oamanë of tha Paopla.
The Department o( Education baa
been endorsed by the National Educa
tional Association, the largest and
most representative organization of
educators in the country; General
P o ultry and P at Fnoda and
Buppllaa — F artlllaar
Federation of Womens Clubs; Con
lSO-pas* Complata Catalog
gress of Mothers and Parent-Teachers
request. T rade w ith a 100% ta
broiler with enamel pan,
Association«; Woman's Relief Corps;
18-inch low oven for
Sunday School Council of
wood, 4 lids for wood, 4
* Religious Education; Supreme Council
Ol the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry
lids for gas. Price, set
Southern Jurisdiction; American Fed
uf1» and connected, com
eratlon of Labor; National Council of
plete, with coil
Congregational Church'ea, and by hun
dreds of other organizations, including
$ 1 4 8 . o o
boards of education, chambers of com
mcrce, rotary .clubs, Masonic Grand
No. I First Growth FIR aad OAK
Lodges, boards of trade, women's
Deep Arm Chair with comfy 7-foot Davenport, uph. back
WOOD Delivered from My
clubs, churches, and the Ku Klux Klan.
and comfy spring cushion
Reform Fats« Education.
at low price of
Hauling of All Kinds, Abywhara
Dope william MacCormack of St.
Leg Rest to
Paul’.-, ."ro-Cathedral. Los Angeles, viv
match........ . ...... ’ 1 9 =
Rocker to match $ Q Q .5 0
Robertson Fuel Co.
idly summed up the argument for the
Combination of the t w o same
P. O. Address: Rauta I
Department of Education In a recent
makes a chaise longue
Phone M aia 63M
address whan ho said:
Desk to match
Day Bed, 30 inches wide, 84
"No public question surpasses In
above set for— ‘
inches long, with uph. box
Importance and significance the prob
spring covered t / % a aa
Desk Chair as
lem of popular education. With the of
with cretonne .
above suite------ - * 1 7 —
ficial statistics of widespread Illiter
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acy before us, we must feel the gravMt
All the above in frosted brown finish
Ivory-finished reed at equally as great bargains
"Popular Ignorance Is even more
dangerous'than false education, and
Germany, who in the madness of her
Shop here if you want the best overstuffed davenport
Insolence, greed and fear precipitated
bargain in the c ity ; many at half price, some less.
the most frightful catastrophe of his
H. L. Christenson, Prop,
tory. is a terrible Illustration of the
result» of fhlse education."
for gas, set up and
When yon have a Cabinet officer lo
nected, complete, only
look after hogs and cattle, surely It Is
not too much to ask for a Cabinet of
3 North Third S t r a H
ficer to car* for the Intereata nt the
children, the teachers and the unedu
cated Th« movement tor a Depart
ment of Falsest iOn should receive the i
support of all eltlseos who believe in i
(be American common school.
INSULT TO EMINENT
MASON BY ENEMIES
OF KLAN MOVEMENT
: UES ARE REFUTED.
WITHOUT REPROACH HOGS
Are Y Going to Build
or Remodel ?
fgiwrd Dir e ttore and
White Meat Market
G r e a t V a lu e s in h ig h -
g ra d e R e e d F u rn itu re
CH EVRO LET
Salesman with L. Y. Billingsley
Mure than O d irfeien l kinds ul K ie l, tta li 1» ngUji r m r »l<H.-llons
Ki*h from tl»«*
iiu j^ ^ w it t g
' Wholegale an»
PIONEER KISH MARKET
$10.00 a Month
*»* h JRM0I1 Mirret
N ear foot nf Yamhill
lU a ld .m . Fiume
OArfteld d l l
E. A. DOCKSTEADER
Salesman with Hugh Smith <Chevrolet Co.
Forty-second and Bandy Boulevard
a ^ D
E A L
“C ojsm to tho Futuro Now York of tho P acific With
MHhens now tw in« lnv*»tc<l tn now ««volopm rnt.
rniitety a lte ln ln a pre-oaaluva,a.
Tho la st « te a t wo,Id port
A storia Commercial Addition
T «ar jt'hanre Is Today
Tho L u s h a ! Location *
Big TIUs Streets ( 1 « feet) Weaderful Wafer fro at
Ideal Industrial Kltoatlon
The New York of the Paatfla— Fortunes to be made through
tavmtmcrU tn onr properties-A sk us tor particular«
•wwa Grade from Everywhere
« • a at the “Klva U nqt florid Ports oa (he AMrrfeaa Pacific Stop«
Columbia Harbor Development Company, Inc.
N. W . Bank BulMUig
W. M. JACKSON, FraSt«snt
P o rlisn d. O r e g o n
KNOW YOUR CLEANERS
V O ® bam’t head y o tf rasor to a street grfpder or ybur watch to a
« blacksmith. Then why send your garments to he cleaned or
praoaad to any one but a R aster ('lean ert Wa operate our own plant
and know your dark garments get tho same ear« as y«ur light one».
Man’s Suits and Overcoats 1‘repeed......................................90.50
Man’s Hails aad Overaoats Cleaned and Pressed................01.50
SPRUCE U P " ------------- --------------------------------PHONE EAST 0S06
BELL PARIS CLEANERS AND DYERS
C. W. MERRITT
03» SANDY BOULEVARD
Oils aad Ureases
RO SEW AY BATTERY STATION
W lltar« S ta rs « « B . t t . r l » —Official Station
S al«« a n « Sorvlca
E lectrical R epairing
T h irty-eigh th a n « Sandy
Handle a Full Une of I 'a .lr lr i
RADIO ELECTRIC BAKERY
Special Orders for Lodges and Entertainments
of M aterial) Are Used
Phone Tabor 6/*4
Near Forty -eighth Street
D R . D A V ID E . L O N G
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN '
Office t Main MSI
Residence! Mala IMI
SI7 Morgan Building
When going to tuid from the
E. H A D L E Y
Dlxrount on Oil
(Must Mention Western American)
Same Range as above,
only having 3 burners
L * C. IIKYKM. M ans«ora
I’hene Rain MM
‘8 5 ^
BARGAINS UNEQUALLED ARE HERE IN
Han there« A va aad East Eighth NL
■ a . Phono •
Separate high gas oven,
18 inches w i d e
Fra B àlia Ava
a Bet. Ilth aad
Come in and see the following:
“ EQUAL SERVICE TO A L L “
0 CATTLE O .K .
New Strand Hotel
We Offer the
in the City
C. W. KARLSON A SON
80B Í FOUNTAIN - STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
TIREN - ACCKNHOKIEN
LOWER COLUMBIA HIGHWAY
ON BALK AT
» ... ;
Rout« », Box 180
N W. fo r. Third and Main Sts.
V ancouver, W ash. • '