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FEAST or TH! EL RIZWAN
Hatunlay. May ft. 1933
stopping at any other place in this
Saturday evening, tho 23th. more
P. S.—Every statement in this no-
Published every Saturday at 8utte
than half an hundnvl of friends met . ties has been ver.Bed before the Fed
311 Macleay Building Phone Broad at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W
oral and State Courts—F. H. Seeley.
l-atimer. 397 East 311th street N., in
r. D. CANNADY---------------------------
aS «société Bdlter and Manager
L IlFFSE____ .Advertising Agent
Portland. Oregon • Hutherford Brolh«re.
Htoadway and Fland.r. at
Elks Sanitary Barbar Shop, 319 Fion
»• Of • •
__________ l*ay able In advacca
Kniered at th« Poeto trie« at Fort land.
Oregon as eecond-claes mattar.
Al! communications for publication
or otherwise should be addressed to
The Advocate Publishing Company,
Suite 311 Macleay Building, Portland.
Advertising rates made known on
"Don't ask for righto
An' don't let annr wan glv« them to ya
A right that Is bended to ye fr naw-
Ihin' has somathtn' th« matter with It."
They have rights who dar« maintain
th«m "—Jerne« Ruaeell Lowell.
Righteous Seen and Heard.—For
the eyes Gf the Ijsrd are over the
righteous, and his ears are open unto
their prayers.—1 Peter 3:18.
Home Office, lit N. Dearborn St.
Rose City Park, through invitation
of the hosts, to participate in and en
joy the Feast of the KI Riswan. KI LOUISIANA WOMEN JOIN GOOD
Riswan is a Persian word, the meaning
of which is the combination of host,
New Orleans. La., May 1. An Im
invitations and gut-ata. The major portant step tn the Southern move
ity of those in attendance were Ba ment for better race relations was
haista or friends of the movement, taken in New Orleans March 3133.
which teaches the brotherhood of when more than forty of Louisiana's
man and the fatherhood of God A prominent women, leaders in rellg
delightful program was enjoy«»d. in ious and civic organisations met to
which George Latimer gave a brief study the situation, formulated a vlg
explanation of the feast, a resume orous statement in behalf of good
of his trip to the Holy Land. where will and justice between the races.
he visited, ate. and talked with the They joined the Race Relations Com
late Abdul Baha; a group of Cad mittee and declared that only Chris
man's pieces, and the Juba dance by tian principles can solve the South's
Nathaniel Dett were played by Mrs race problem Oue of the strongest
Dr. Minard, of the paragraphs in their paper was the
Divine Science church, gave
a one against lynching, declaring that
brief talk on unity; Mrs. Baker, a It was inexcusable and must go.
sister-in-law of Ray Stannard Baker,
here from California, gave an inter
esting talk on the "Soul"; Mrs. Lati
Normal health our birthright! Are
mer read a delightful letter, written you worried about physical condi
at sea. from Miss Martha Root, who tions. "evil influences," “unnatural
is now teaching the cause in Japan. i spells," "tear of harm.” phobias per-
The letter was most charming and Itaining to "enemies.” "rivals,” or
was brimful of information an»l love | persons you believe may be “work-
for the friends in America. Mrs. E. D. I ing against you* Are you m. nt'sllf
Cannady gave a talk of her associa i distressed?
Enable to accomplish
tion and knowledge* ot the work, and your desires? Grace Gray de Long,
expressed deep appreciation for the 'The Little White Mother." Ameri-
beautiful teaching of Abdul Baha and - ca's Illustrious adviser, has a method
Baha Ollah. Following the spiritual I for your relief, she can help you help
side of the feast, the guests partici I yourself. Write this beloved woman
pated in tbe material side, which con today and lay your case before her.
sisted of delicious ice cream, cakes, ask for advice and request informs
candies, coffee, etc. During the so j yon about her work of quick guid
cial hour. Mrs. Cannady sang Oth ing her patients in the way of right
ers noted among the guests were Mrs. thinking and correct living. Do not
Jack Gulliford ot Dawson. Y T . and send any money or stamps unless you
Mrs. Ruth Flowers of East First »■are to do so of your own free will.
Most essential that your full name
an<l correct mail address is state«l in
your letter. Respond to this an-
A newspaper, like an individual,
when it makes a mistake should cor-
rect it. The Advocate has always
made it a rule whenever it made a
mistake to correct it upon discovering
the mistake. A few weeks ago we
GRACE GRAY DE LONG
published an item about Rosenblatt's
G. J. Kaufman, former
stores, in which we stated it was our
manager of the Portland,
opinion that the proprietor of the
has been appointed man
MRS. MAGRUDER SPEAKS AT
stores did not care for colored pat
ager of the Columbia
Our attention was kindly
Mrs. E. J. Magruder delivered the
called to the matter and we were as
opening was staged the
principal talk before the ladies of
sured. after talking to the proprietors, past week
one of the Methodist Church auxiliary
that we had misunderstood their
William Glover, recently of the
meaning. It was explained that at Oregon Grille, is on the extra wait (white) at the home of Mrs. Francis,
1624 Park street. Wednesday morn
the time we Interviewed them, it was ers' list at the Portland.
Her talk was well received.
nearing Easter and they were exceed
George Roberts, who recently re
ingly busy and therefore when turn- I signed as waiter in the Oregon Grille,
FORMER PORTLANDER GOES IN
ing down buying space in our columns is hibernating on a dining-car.
in the manner in which it was done,
Roy Blackburn, for several years
Looper of Boulder, Colo..
that it was not the intention of the a waiter at The Portland, is taking
proprietor to convey the impression 1 a ten days’ vacation. In the mean- writes her friend here, Mrs.
we got from his manner. We. there time, he is beuatifying his lawn at
| after visiting in Ogden. Vtah. she
fore. take this method of informing his new home.
' has decided to return there and open
our readers that the Rosenblatt man
John Bland, a well informed hotel
agers feel very kindly toward our man. who is now employed on a din |a beauty parlor* Both Mrs. Green
people and desire their patronage as er. was a pleasant caller at the Port- I and herself like Colorado and both
much as any one's. We are sorry we land this week, Bland formerly ! are formerly of Portland.
misunderstood and therefore con worked there.
EDITOR KANSAS CITY SUN DEAD
veyed the misunderstanding to our
W. E. Holt, a new-comer to the
As we go to press we received the
readers. We do not try to make peo city, has been installed as the offi-
news that Nelson C. Crews, ver
ple buy space with us. They have a cial mule at The Portland.
satile and virile editor ot the Kan
right to advertise where they please,
W. E. Thomas, who has been act sas City (Mo.) Sun for many years,
but we give and appreciate courteous' ing as official mule at The Portland
died al his home the 24th of last
treatment, whether our offers are ac for most of the fall and winter, has
month. The particulars are not known
cepted or turned down.
thrown up the job* and will in a few to us.
days, with Mrs. Thomas, leave the
THE MT. SCOTT HERALD
city for snnnv California.
"Bill" Bowers is convalescing nice
ly at his home, 293 Ivy street, fol
The Advocate has taken over the
lowing a painful accident to his
RUPTURE EXPERT HERE
subscription list and advertising of
knees, sustained while at his work
the ML Scott Herald, which ceased
the North Bank station.
publication last week. The list of Seeley, Famous in This Specialty,
subscribers and advertisers of The
Gaston Campbell, who has been a
Herald is made up of some of the
F. H. S«»eley of Chicago and Phil little indisposed the past week. Is
best people in the state. And to
adelphia. the noted truss expert, will again hard at it with bis bond sales.
have the business and good will turn
personally be at the Benson Hotel,
ed over to The Advocate by its own
and will remain in Portland this Mon MASSACHUSETTS TURNS DOWN
ers and publishers, is an honor that
day. Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday^
comes seldom to few in a life-time.
Boston. Mass.. April 21. — The
and Friday, May 7, 8, 9. 10, 11. Mr.
And in appreciation. The Advocate
Seeley says: "The Spermatic Shield speaker of the Massachusetts House
will do its utmost to make good with
will not only retain any case of rup of Representatives sent word to the
the subscribers as well as the ad
ture perfectly, but contracts the op Boston Branch of the National Equal
ening in ten days on the average Rights League that the rules com-
Being a vast advancement mittee of which be was the chair
over all former methods—exemplify man had decided to report adverse-
No man is so much our enemy* ing instantaneous effects immediate ly on suspending the rules to admit
that we will not allow ourselvee to ly appreciable and withstanding any the bill forbidding marriage between
see the good he has or is doing for strain or position, no matter the size "persons of different color.”
his race and the community in which or location. Large or difficult cases, regular time for introducing bills
he lives. And we are not too selfish or incisional ruptures (following op was passed and the committee did
This not even deign to grant the propo
or narrow-minded to* speak well of erations) specially solicited.
bis accomplishments. On the other instrument received the only award nent of the color line bill a hear
hand, no man is so much our friend in England and in Spain, producing ing
that we will sacrifice principles and results without surgery, injections,
manhood to retain his friendship, for 1 medical treatments or prescriptions TACOMA CORRESPONDENT RE
the reason that such friendship is 'Warning—All cases should be cau
With this issue, our efficient Ta
not worth having. In fact. It will do tioned against the use of any elastic
or web truss with understrape. as coma correspondent retires from our
more harm than good
I same rest where the lump is and staff, much to our regret, and to
Booker T. Washington. Jr., has dis not where the opening is, producing those who have read her newsy re-
regarded the advice of his illustrious complications necessitating surgical ports of Tacoma happenings, She
Mr. Seeley has docu writes that she is moving to another
fathe- who advised the race to stay operations.
out of politics. Young Washington ments from the United States Gov city very soon and therefore will not
is a candidate for city councilman ernment. Washington. D. C.. for in be able to continue her work on The
spection. He will be glad to demon Advocate. Mrs. Hamilton has done
in Los Angeles.
strate without charge or fit them if excellent work as reporter and The
The Advocate acknowledges with desired. Business demands prevent Advocate certainly appreciates
pleasure a little booklet, "An Appeal
for the Race,“ by Rev. Elijah C.
Branch LL.D., of Los Angeles, Cal
The booklet is a forerunner of a
larger book, which is soon to appear,
the contents of which the civilized
nations of the world will be amazed
at, it is said. The author proposes
to record the greatest narrative of
human injustice ever written upon
the pages of history. The booklet
sells for 27c by mail and can be had
by sending to the author at 1634 E.
22nd St., Los Angeles, Cal.
WE CLEAN ANYTHING MADE OF
Rogo, Blankets, Pillows, Suite, Over
coats. Draperies, Comforters,
Lamp 8hadea, Gowns,
Ladles* Garments Our Speelslty
Let Us Save Your Clothing and Money
Phone ua when In a Ruah—we’ll give
you tho Service
Ws Call and Deliver
Cleaning & Tailoring Co
4M UNION AVENUE. NORTH
Call East 02S8 for
J. W. INGERSOLL, Prop.
We hope that wherever Mrs. Hamll-
ton may go. she will have success
and happiness and that whenever
she can find the time to write a line
or two to us. she will do so.
Portland. Ore.. May 1. 1923
Dear Editor: I hava looked In
vain for your opinion on the action,
or rather reception given the K. K
K by Rev J. W. Anderson of Mt
Olivet Baptist Church. You might
believe in the divine right of the
reverend to bargain and sell what
and to whom he pleases. If Rev.
Anderson had branded the stock
which he sold 1 would have no hoi-
ler, but the K. K. K has not learned
to distinguish a Baptist from a Meth
odist, et al. Just by passing, Mr.
Editor. I do not believe that the ma
jority of bls pastorate appreciated
the reverend having an avowed K
K. K. man getting up in what they
thought was their pulpit, telling them
how much the K. K. K. had helped
in building that church. That is or
should be an edifice to which one
might point with pride in later
years. What will the Sunday Schol
children think when you tell them
that they are walking on a floor laid
by the K. K. K? You certainly can
not tell them that they are walking
on h<?iy ground, because some ot
them r*ad history, and they would
appreciate knowing that the rever
end that accepted that gift and
vices was taken out and tarred
feathered It It were legal?
I do not blame the K. K.
pouring water down your backs If
they can make you think you are
sweating, but the colored Baptiste
of Portland should let them know
that we can forgive but have not lost
G. L. CAMPBELL.
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH
Larrabee and McMillen Streets
Rev. A. R. Fox, D. D., Pastor
Phone East 1107
E. L. Jameson, Assistant
Phone Walnut 3900
Young People's Day will be
served this Sunday, A special
mon will be preached at the morn
ing service, subject “Success—What
Is It?" A program will be rendered
by the young people at night. The
Holy Communion will be admlnls
tered at the morning service.
Mother’s Day will be observed the
second Sunday in May, and Men's
iBy will be observed the third Sun
day in May. These services will be
under the auspices of the Knights I
of Bethel Church.
Rev. and MrB. Fox and Miss Rob
ert Summers returned from the Dis
trict Conference and Sunday School
Convention, which met at Yakima.
Washington, last week, elated over
the wonderful success of the conven
tion. Mrs. Fox was reelected dis
trict superintendent of the Sunday
Schools for the third consecutive
year. Rev. and Mrs. Fox and Miss
Summers stopped over at Seattle Sat
AND SHAMPOO COMB
Hats cleaned and blocked to suit you.
Yes, we clean everything from necktiea up to rugs, blankets, etc.
Sults and Overcoats msde to your individual measure.
Satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded.
Our prices are very reasonable. Olve us a trial. We will please you.
Society Views "Struttin' Along
color scheme employed. Yellow and
Mamie Smith and her cast playing white flower» adorned tho table and
at the Heilig Theater are attracting ' the dining room.
all society this week and everyone and a pretty pink and white birth-
who frequents the playhouses Is at , day cake were attractive * The
tending these Interesting perform youngsters enjoyed themselves with
ance». Many ot the participant!» tn music and games and had a most
the show are known to some l*ort- I delightful time, Master George was
landers, and this fart makes their the happy recipient of a bicycle from
interest the more intent. The like his parents and useful bicycle acres-
ot its kind has never before been aoriea wore presen tod by his little
seen In Portland, and th»» whole show guests.
• « •
is a fine diversion from the charac
Entertained at Dinner
ter of show presented here in the
j Arthur l.cBon ot Oakland. Cal. was
[the dinner guest ot Mr and Mrs A.
' H. Morrow. 843 East Sth street N .
Birthday Dinner Enjoyed
Editor amt Mrs. E. D. Cannady (Wednesday avenins, the 35th
were hosts at a delicious dinner Tues
day evening, in honor of their oldest
Mr. and Mrs. Weeks Entertain
son's 10th birthday annivereary.
Mr and Mrs. George W. Weeks
Sharing honors with Master George entertained Rev. A R Fox and fam
Cannady were Rev and Mrs. Magru lly with an »»laborat«» dinner Satur
der and their Interesting family and day evening. the Stith, upon the 1st
Mrs, Ione Askew. Dainty pink, daf ter'» return from the district confer-
fodil yellow and white forme«! the cnee at Yakima. Wash.
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(By Tríala Breaux)
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advantage of oar great
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Ba lure and wrfta roar name and addreaa
plainly, and full particular« will ha aant you.
Do not wait, writ« to day for thia offar will no<
Wa ara dninc thin to adverttea
Ford*a Heir Pew» a 4a and Ford's Hair
Stralghtewiwg awd fHiaagpoo Cwaaba.
Address your latter to
Til OZONIZED OX MARROW 00.
Dinner Party Enjoyad
Mr. nml Mrs. It. D. Daniela,
and Mrs. David Hepburn and
Johnson were dinner gueula of
and Mrs. Ed Williams on Meade
Bunday, the 33n»l of April.
• • •
school; 11:30 a. m and
Monday. Wednesday and
olnga, tor testimonials,
h,'allng ths sick and for
Ings. All are cordially
? 30 p. «.
SUMMON» IN FORECLOSURE OF
DELINQUENT TAX CER
Mr In the Circuit Court of tho Htate of
Oregon for Multnomah County
Kt I* D Walker, Plaintiff,
A It. Skidmore, »nd 0. J. Hkldtuoro,
and E II. llansehbach, and al 1
Mr. and Mrs. Simms Haats
whom It may concern. Defendants.
Mr «ml Mrs. R. C. Simms. 530 K.
lftth Street, wore boats at a dinner To A. I. Skidmore, and C. J. Skid
more. and K. II. Hannchbacb, and
Sunday. Covers wore laid for five
all whom It inay concern, the above
Those who enjoyed the feast were
J. W Holts, porters' instructor; Mr
In the name of the State of Oregon,
and Mrs Gilbert ration, and the host
you are hereby notified that I* D.
Walker, the holder of Certificate
numbered 30996 issued on the lftth
Mrs. Fuller Visits In Canada
H I». Fuller la In receipt of a tele- day of February, 1933. by the Tax
gram trout Winnipeg. Canada, where Collector of the County of Multno
his wife Is visiting an old school mah. State of Oregon, for the amount
male. Mrs. Clem Dorcey of Louis of
ville. Ky, Having started back home. 1339 141 Dollars, the same being the
she will come over C. P R. It to amount then due and delinquent for
Vancouver. B <’.. to enjoy the beau- taxes fur the year 1919. together with
litui scenery of the Canadian Rock penalty, interest and costa thereon
lea. She expects to arrive about the upon the real property assessed to
you. of which you are the owner as
middle of May
appeara of record, situated In aald
County and Slate, and particularly
with Mr and Mrs. J. L. Phelps, torn» subject Next Sunday the pastor will
bounded and described as follows,
erly of thia city.
Sunday school at a: 10 a m.; W H tian Endeavor la planning an excel-
"Lot numbered Ten (10) in Block
Brown. superintendent J. W.
numbered Twelve (13) In Wliltwood
superintendent 11 • Don't forget Mothers' Dey pro-
o'clock, morntng worship, sermon gram Thera will b»< a splendid pro
You are further notified that said
4 30 p. tn.. Christian Eudeavor. Bp» gram In honor of mothers rendered
I* D Walker has paid taxes on aald
cial musical feature each Bunday. » at II o'clock at the churclt. Come
premises fur prior or aubaoquont
o'clock, evening worship and sermon out am! bring a mother with you
years with the rate of Interest on
Wednesday night prayer meetlug Excellent music and fine readings
said amounts as follows:
Friday night choir rehearsal.
Years tax. 1919; data paid. March
417 •• .. -»ma Ave., Rev. E. J. Ma-
A 1933; Tax receipt number, 17750;
St. Phillips Mission
gruder, A. B. Pastor. Parsonage. 260
amount, 31357; rate of Interest 13
24th and Savler Days
Cook Ave. Phone Walnut S174. Sun
Morning service, 11 a. m ; Sunday day School 9 45 A. M
Mrs. W Q.
Year's tai. 1920. dale paid. Febru-
School, 13 tn Archdeacon Black In Bird, superintendent.
charge; Mr. B. Coles, lay reader. A Promise.” Tuesday afternoon. 3:30. ary 1< 1933; tax receipt number.
cordial welcome awaits you at Hi Preaching every Hunday al 1! A. M 30996; amount, fill Oft; rate of Inter
est. 13 per cent.
and 8 P. M Prayer meeting every
Bald A. L. Skidmore and C. J Skid
W<!>dnesday evening. Choir rehears
more and E II Ranschbach. as the
FIRST A *
£. ZION CHURCH
als every Friday at 8 P. M
owner of the legal title of tho above
Last Sunday was a glorious day.
Junior choir rehearsal every Satur
described property as the same ap
representative audiences at both day. 3 p m
At the evening service Pantecoetal Mission of tho Church of pears of record, and each of the oth
er persona above named are hereby
Miss Yetlve Shelby united with the
God In Christ
further notified that I*. D. Wslkor
church. Messrs. J C. Logan. R Bird
“The House of Prayer"
will apply to the Circuit Court of the
and Stone visited the Christian En
2ft Union Ave. N.
County and Htate aforesaid for a de
deavor. the two former persons made
Elder Robert ftoarcle. Pastor
cree foreclosing th* Hen against the
excellent and inspiring talks on the
Hunday services: 10 a m . Sunday
property above described and men
tioned in said certificate. And you
are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after tho service of
this summons upon you. exclusive of
the day of service, and defend thia
action or pay the amount due as
above shown, together with costs and
accrued Interest and in case o, vour
failure to do so, a decree will be raw
derod foreclosing the lien of said
taxes and costs against the land and
premises above named.
All process and papers In thla pro
reeding may bo served upon tho un
dersigned residing within the Htate
of Oregon, at the address hereafter
Then you can teH your Ea«t»‘rn
WILLIAM O MARTIN.
friend■ about the ar«*at cltlaa ot
Attorney for Plaintiff.
San Franrlaco. I xjn AnffcleM, Sun
Address: 404 Buchanan Bldg.,
Dieno and Callfornlaii world fa
mous National parka, golf couruea
and aeanhore reaorta.
You will alto real I xe that char»
I «hod wish to aea the wonder
plarrN of the Paclflc Coaat. and
Ita beauty apota that cannot ba
Plan now to take advantage of
BACK EAST EICU1IIOR rAKEI
May IS to Hr |>t. lu, and ko b<4h
wn>n via II»« "Hhantu Rout«/’ Thry
uffurd a wide choice of routra. atop*
o\»*f pfiMlrarn. and nmvrnteni tra
Aak your Iota I tl<ket uarnt for <*:
thrr particular« and d«*w<'rlp'. • foil
•ra or write
JOHN M Hi'oTT, fien t Pangr. Agt.
I. B. P. O. E OF THE WORLD
Stop! Look! Listen!
DAHLIA TEMPLE NO. 202
Will Give a
STAG AUDITORIUM, MAY 17, 1923
Webb'» Famous Orchestra
NO. 111, I. B.
P. O. E. OF W„ MEETS ths 2ND
ING8 OF. EACH MONTH AT THE
STAG AUDITORIUM, 391'/, EAST
ING BROTHERS ARE CORDIALLY
FRED McCLEAR, E. R.
Dahlia Temple No. 202, I. B. P. O.
E. of W.. of Portland, Oregon, meets
the 1st and 3rd Tuesday nights In
each month at Stag Auditorium.
All visiting Daughter Elks In good
standing In their respective Temples
are Invited to meet with us.
BEATRICE H. CANNADY,
Syracuse Lodge, K.
of P. No. 1, meets the
second and fourth Fri
day night» in each
month. All Blr Knights
In good standing are
welcome. Fraternal Hall, 796 Missis
sippi Ave. William Dels, C.C.; J. R.