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PORTLAND, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1923
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CABLES FRENCH ART SCHORL TP INVITE REJECTER STOPENT
DYER CREATES SENTIMENT FOR BILL
CALIFORNIA AND OREGOfi ENTH USIASTIC OVER WORK OP CON-
GRESSMAN DYER WHO WILL R EINTROOUCE ANTI-LYNCHING
BILL IN NEXT CONGRESSI- TELEQRAM IS REPRODUCED
National Association to Hold Annu al Mooting In Kansas City—Rail-
roads to Make Reduction In Faroe.—Many Prominent Mon
Are to Add roes Meetings
(From N. A. A. C. P. Headquarters)
Now York. N. Y, May II.—Wide
spread enthusiasm la being aroused
throughout the West by Congressman
Leonidas C. Dyer's addresses, which
are preparing the way for a new light
In the next Congress to have his Fed
oral Anti Lynching Bill snacted Into
the law of ths land
Coast states, California and Oregon,
havs boeu the latest to bear Mr.
Dyer’s stirring addresses.
A telegram received by the Nation
al Association tor ths Advancement
of Colored People. 70 Fifth Avenue,
New York City, from Portland, Ore
gon, shows the enthusiasm which is
being roused at Mr. Dyer's meetings.
The telegram to the N A. A. C. P.
reads as follows:
“Congressman Dyer addressed three
branch with nlnety-flve cash mem
bershlps and many others
deep end lasting Impression. People
aroused as never before for passing
duced by ex-Congressman McArthur.
Colored citlsens presented Dyer with
solid gold engraved fountain pen as
token of appreciation.
(Signed) "E. D. CANNADY."
N. A. A. C. P. ANNUAL CONFER
ENCE TO BE HELD IN KANSAS
CITY, AUGUST 2«-8EPT. 5
Railroads to Make Reduced Rates for
This year's Annual Conference of
the National Association for the Ad
vancement of Colored People, is to
be held In Kansas City, Kansas, from
August 2» to September 5. it was an
nounced today, the summer dale be
ing died upon to permit the attend
ance of school teachers and others
who had been prevented from attend
ing other conferences held earlier In
Railroads In various parts of the
country will arrange to make tare re
ductlons for delegates and visitors to
the conference, Those expecting to
attend are asked to write for Infor
mation concerning these reductions
to Waiter F. White, assistant secre
tary of the N. A. A. C. P.. at 70 Fifth
avenue. New York City.
May 6th. The fight ended in the
fourth round when Lodge claimed to
have been fouled. Doctors found that
although l-odge ha dbeen struck In
the groin, prior punishment in the
ribo resulted in hie Inability to con-
tinue the fight.
IxMlge has returned to his home in
Johnson's next light here is slated
to be against Jack Thompson, heavy
ELK8 TO ELECT OFFICERS
At Its meeting, Wednesday even
ing. June 13. Rose City Lodge No.
Ill, I. B. P. O. E. of W„ will hold
its election for officers for the semi
annual and annual terms. The offices
which It is thought will be most hot
ly contested for, are those of Exalt
ed Ruler. Secretary and Treasurer.
This election differs much from that
of six months ago. At that time. It
was a foregone conclusion just who
the Exalted Ruler would be, the Sec
retary and Treasurer being hold
over offices. So tar as we can learn,
no aspirant for the office has as yet
developed a following large enough
to assure his election to the office of
E. R. It Is hoped the majority of the
two hundred and more members
have decided to do the wise and best
thing by letting the offices seek the
men. Thu local order has a big pro
gram mapped out. If It hasn't. It
ought to have. That Is, to get a hall
and club rooms of Its own and then
It will be In keeping In tact and in
truth with the pace that Is set by the
Order of Elks in all parts of the
Dr. J. Matilsky, who formerly
sided at 485 West Park Street
moved to «2« East 16th StreeL North,
where she Is better prepared to take
care of her patients. Phono Garfield
Wanted.- Men or women to take
orders tor genuine guaranteed hos
iery for men. women and children.
Eliminate darning. Salary 175.00 a
week full time, *1.50 an hour spare
tlms. Beautiful spring line. Inter
national Stocking Mills, Norristown.
JOHNSON GETS DECISION Penn.
National Boxing Commloelon Awards
Bout In Havana to Veteran
WE CLEAN ANYTHING MADE OF
Rags, Blankets, Pillows, Suita, Over
Divide With Lin
coats. Draperies, Comforters,
Ladlaa* Garments Our Specialty
Havana, Cuba. May 17—Ths Na-
Donai Boxing Commision has award LotUe Save Your Clothing and Money
Phono ue when In a Rush—we’ll give
ed Jack Johnson, former heavyweight
you the Service
champion of the world, the decision Main »380
212 4th BL
Call and Deliver
In his tight with Farmer Lodge here
BETHEL A. M. E. SUNDAY SCHOOL
Miss Freída Shaw
Portland's Queen of Bong
Friday, June 1, 1923
Under the personal direction of J. W. Stanley
Mrs. J. C. BAKER, Reader
Local and For
eign News Briefs
JUNE STH. AT MT. OLIVET—Ad.
DIES IN EAST
Julius N. Avendorpb, a well-known
citlsen of Chicago, and who was
known to many Portlanders, died In
Chicago Monday, the 7th.
For Salo—Golden Oak Dining-Room
Set; 50-lnch top table. A bargain.
Phone Garfield 2435 —adv.
CARO OF THANKS
1 wish to thank all who were so
I kind and good to me during the Ill
ness and death of my beloved hus-
' band, who passed from this to the
i better life, May 14th. To the Jones
Lumber Company 1 am deeply In
piece "Gates Ajar", which they sent
as a token of respect and sympathy.
MRS. MARY BETTIS.
133 Flower Street.
When In Need of a Hair-Cut and j '
Shave, call at the
ELKS SANITARY BARBER SHOP
816 Flanders Street
Mme. C. J. Walker's
Also Bathe, Cigars, Candles and
E. W. AGEE. Proprietor
Phono Broadway 5356
W. C. NORTH ENTERS SCHOOL
W. C. North, manager of the Mor
gan building, has announced himself
a candidate for school director at the
June 16th election.
• pledge to the people if elected, is
worthy of commendation.
Y. M. C. A. NEW8
(By George Cannady.) -
The Y. M. C. A. had a big time
last Friday, We had boxing, wreet-
ling, soda pop, ice cream, punch.
cup cakes and movies, If you just
want to join the "Y” for a short time,
you can pay four dollars for four
months. The "Y" has greatly in
creased in members.
(It only costa ten dollars a year.
You ought to join.)
MT. OLIVET MOVES ONWARD
Services at the Mount Olivet Bap
tist church last Sunday will be long
remembered. At 11 A. M. our pastor
preached an able sermon from the
subject “The Church.” The people
congratulated the pastor. The Sun-
day 8chool Is still growing. At 3:30
P. M. the Annual Sermon of the Pull-
man Porter Benefit Association was
preached by our Pastor. B. Robin
son Introduced Mr. J. W. Botts, Mas
ter of Ceremonies, and after some
brief and timely remarks he present
ed the speaker of the hour, Rev. An
derson. who selected for bls subject.
"The Goodness of God." After the
sermon. L. W. Snider. Superintend
ent of the Pullman Services, made
splendid remarks about the men in
the services, also did the Assistant
Superintendent. When the services
were over, many shook the hand of
Pastor Anderson and said to him,
"Pastor, the sermon was fine.”
was asked by the Superintendent If
he had ever been a Pullman porter
and his answer was no.
said the Superintendent, "you surely mornin« and listen to the best junior NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED
know all about them and their choir in the Northwest, with Miss
PEOPLE CABLES FONTAINEBLEAU ART SCHOOL ASKING
work." All the members were pleas- B Hubbard as organist, Mrs. A. An
IT TO EXTEND SPECIAL INVITATION TO MISS SAVAGE
A n<ler son's sermon, derson, directress.
They presented him with a nice gift
Urged to Uphold Traditions of Franco Toward Colored People
Stay off date, June 22nd—"RUTH
Mr. Botts spoke in glow
Attitude of American Committee Who Refused Admission
ing terms of the new church and the
to Young Colored Artlet
work of our pastor.
At night Dr. Constant spoke to us.
(Special to The Advocate)
Next Sunday will be high day In the
New York, N. Y, May 18 —A cable
church, At 11 A. M. the pastor will
gram bas been sent to the Fontaine lpants composed of both races. This
speak on "Our Worth
Worth" and at 8 P. tig, Texas, parents of Mrs. Roy Gar- bleau School of Fine Arts in France is the beginning of a series of Sun
M "Why 1 Like Singing." There will nett, 1146 East l»th St., N., arrived by tbe National Association for the day night programs of this nature.
be special singing In the morning by In the city Friday morning from their Advancement of Colored People, de The church was attractively decorat
the Junior choir and special music last stop in Kansas City, Kansas, en nouncing the attitude of the Ameri ed with wild flowers and presented
route here, where they visited Mrs.
at 8 P. M. by the Senior Choir. At
can committee of painters and archi an artistic setting to the program.
Bradley's youngest sister, Mrs. Polly
6:30 P. M. there will be meeting of
tects which had rejected Miss Augus On next Sunday night, the choir, un
Washington and her family.
the young people under the leader-
ta Savage's application to study in der the leadership of Meadames K.
report a very pleasant trip, and from
ship of Mrs. A. Anderson, A social
France, because of her color.
The Gray and Bert Turner, will have
what they have seen of Oregon, they
gettogether tn the lecture room and
cablegram further urged the Fon charge of the program. Everyone Is
believe they will be satisfied with it
refreshments served at the same
tainebleau School to issue a special cordially invited to be present.
as their future borne. Mrs. Bradley
time. Mount Olivet is the place to
Mrs. Cornelia Williams will recite
invitation to Miss Savage to become
visited here several summers ago,
hear the best of singing. Come with
a student there.
and she was so impressed with Port
us and we will help you. There will
and there will be many other excel
It reads as follows:
land then that she does not worry
be old plantation melodies each Sun
“Fontainebleau Art School,
over whether or not she will like it
day evening under the leadership of
here. Both are domiciled at the home
Mrs. C. Simpson, one of Portland's
“We denounce attitude American I PROMINENT KANSAS WOMAN
. of their daughter and son-in-law.
best choir leaders.
Committee in case of Augusta Sav-
mother of Mrs.
sus_ *8o and urfle in name of French tra-
DAUGHTER ELKS’ TEMPLE
, dition you specially invite her as stu- Dora Gulllford and Mr. Thwalts of
' dent, NaUonal Association Advance- thia city, arrived here Friday morn
The Invincible Temple of Daugh
ing from Kansas City. Mrs. Thwalts
ment ot Colored People.”
ter Elks of New York is reported as j In :
making public the text of the was accompanied by Miss Floris Guil-
having been suspended and Its char
cablegram. James Weldon Johnson, liford. daughter of Mrs. Dora Guilll-
ter confiscated by Grand Exalted
secretary of the Association, issued ford. who had spent the past three
Ruler, J. Finley Wilson. The charge
years in Kansas City with her grand
the following statement:
WiU End July 9th, 1923
made against the Temple was for in
“The attitude of tbe small clique mother, attending school. Mrs. Gull-
fraction of the law of suspending
There Will Be 1st, 2nd and 3rd members. The Temple suspended a of painters and architects who re 1 if ord had not seen her mother for
jected Miss Savage’s application to more than thirteen years, nor her
member on a "frame-up" charge, it
Prize«. Who Will Win?
become a student at the Fontaine daughter for three years, and the
is said, and refused to do so when
bleau School of Fine Arts, does not meeting was a very happy one. Mrs.
the G. E. R. told them to reinstate
represent the American attitude. The Guilliford left Friday morning for
National Association for the Advance Dawson, Y. T. where Mrs. Guilliford
ment of Colored People wants the au goes to look after her business Intor-
thorities of the Fontainebleau School ests. Mrs. Thwaits will remai nhere
to know that neither art nor Amer with her son for an indefinite visit;
ican public opinion is represented by also Mrs. Floris.
these men, despite the offices they plans to return in the fall or next
hold. We know that French toler spring.
The Elk’s Popu
C. AUBREY FAIR
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In the Famous
Railroad men going EasL take your wife or sweetheart nice fresh
crabs. Retailed at Pioneer Billiard Parlor Restaurant 108 North
Sixth 8treet, and Barbecue Plant 350 Glisan Street in the Park
Hotel. On sale at these places to the general public.
Featuring Our Friday Crabs
The crabs are caught on Thursday, cooked on Thursday and deliv-
ered on Thursday. On sale, nice and fresh, Friday morning, Buy
one—small, medium or large—and convince yourself as to their
wonderful flavor and fresh taste.
Make further inquiries over
Phone. Walnut 6166
ance and the French tradition of fair
play does not countenance discrimi
nation because of race or color any
i more than the true American spirit
; countenances bigotry. We are there-
‘ fore appealing to the Frenchmen to
I issue a special invitation to Miss
i Savage to become a student there,
going over the heads of the Amer-
lean committee who have proved
themselves to be unfit for the offices
of trust they hold.”
Y. W. C. A.
Dr. Villers, pastor of the White
Temple, will address the Monday ev-
ening Bible Class, May 37.
Katherine Gray and Ralph Flowers
are to be the soloists.
It was a regrettable omission that
in a recent report of the Y. W. C. A.
annual banquet no mention was
made of the report of Mrs. C. A.
Jenkins, who Is chairman of the
House and Sanitation Committee.
The work of this committee has been
most excellent and sincere. Not on
ly has this group worked well but
their efforts have been productive
of material assistance to the "Y” in
the presentation of a flag, desk, mir
ror and window seat.
NIGHT A GREAT TIME
The program Sunday night at First
A. M. E. Zion Church, under the aus
pices of the senior members of the
Christian Endeavor Society with Mrs.
E. D. Cannady as leader, was splen
did in every respect, Every number
was a masterpiece and the entire
program Was highly enjoyed.
church was crowded to the doors,
600 Goodnough Building
with standing room at a premium.
Many were seated in the aisles and
5th and Yamhill Streets
on the rostrum. Mrs. Cannady pre
sided and fittingly Introduced partic-
J. $. Bell’s Keto Stadie
Dancing Till Midnight
MISS CLOTILLE CURRY. Violinist
Will Be Served From 6 O'clock “On
“MEET ME AT THE CLUB
Telephone Main 5051
Hours: 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Sundays and Evenings by Appointment
350 Glisan StreeL In Paik Hotel, opposite New Postofftce
B. J. JOHNSON, Proprietor
In the Blumauer Building
OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TO 10 F. M.
All Kinds of Meets Barbecued -Serve You Here, or You May Take
Northeast corner Fourth and Morrison Streets
ALL CLASSES OF DENTAL WORK CAREFULLY
Ham and Eggs, Bacon and Eggs. Hot Cakes and Coffee, Served from
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