The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, June 09, 1923, Image 4

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C. NORTH PLEDGES BEST guard back to the former officer»
BUSINESS ABILITY TO
and went to the reserve list.
PUBLIC
He Is a member of all branches of
Published every Saturday at Suita
the Masonic fraternity and Is a mem­
<11 Macleay Building Phons Broad
William C. North, manager of the ber of the Oddfellows. Elka. Wood
way MOT.
g . Morgan building, is a candidate fur
men of the World. Modern Wood­
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tor school director at the election. June men.
Royal
Arcanum.
Portland
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R» K. D. CANNAglL———--------
Chamber of Commerce and many lo­
______ Associate Editor and M»n*««r 14th
ABTOOAn A«sna
Mr North has issued the following cal clubs
Portland. < 'ragon — Kutherford Broir.<ri
statement In connection with his
Mr. North has the support of a
Hroedway *r.<t Flaaders «t-
Matron Returns Off Trip
Elks Banltary Barbar Shop, SIS Fle» candidacy:
largo number of prominent business
Mrs H. D. Fuller returned homo a
dora Street.
In announcing myseit as a candi­ men and organisations
week ago from her extended trip
date tor school director of district
through lhe South. Hast and North,
No. I. I pledge myself to the welfare WOMEN URGE RE-ELECTION OF where she spent six mouths vlslttug
of the public schools, believing them
MR. SHULL
Mrs. Fuller
friends and relatives,
to be the most Important of our in­
looks well and reporta a very won
Saturday. June 16th. la a very ini
stitutions.
derful time.
I believe every dollar of the tax partant achool election day. Every
e
a
a
I
parent
should
vote.
The
children
are
payers' money should be expended
Art Club Entertained
efficiently tn order that the business i entitled to thia much interest on our
The Violet Art Club was sntertaln
of
the school may be conducted with , ' pari. All reg late red persona may vote ed Friday. June 1. by Mrs. r Turner
SUBSCRIPTION RAT
Por Tor _. ......... ...... ..... ........—88.8* the same economy as is given to pri­ for director, but only taxpayers on of 33» Cherry street. Important bus
Sts Mentha ...... ........ —.......
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the bond issue.
vate business
ThrM Month.----------------— ...------------ l.H
loess fur the future waa transacted
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Managing a school system for 40.- Mrs. Locke joined. The host servad
Because of my familiarity with
Entered at the Poatofflce at Portland
buildings and their construction, and , 000 children is probably much the delicious refreshment*.
Oregon, a. MCond-<-laaa matter
Next meet-
business matters in genoral, voters i biggest business in Oregon The beat Ing will be Friday. June l&th. at the
IMPORTANT!
All communications for publication of the district have suggested that I men we can elect at directors are home of Mrs. M Craig, *14 Clinton
or otherwise should be addressed to possess the qualifications of a direc­ I none too good. The school board
street.
The Advocate Publishing Company.
sea
tor. and as my heart is in the work I spends more rnouey by tar than any
Suita 311 Macleay Building. Portland,
I have consented to become a candi < other public body.
Texan Visits Here
Oregon.
Three years ago Mr. Frank Shull
Advertising ratea made known on
Miss Lavelle of Austin. Tex., teach­
application.
i was put forward as a candidate by er of Domestic Science In the public
■ the womea of the city. He haa serv- schools of Marshall. Texas, arrived
"Don't aak for rixtita.
Tak» tnem
An' don't lot anny wan giv» them to ys.
ed three years.
In the opinion of in the city Tuesday fur an indefinite
A riliht that Is handed to yo Cr naw-
thin' haa somethin' the matter with IL"
those same women and thousands of visit. Miss Lavelle is an accomplish­
— Mr Dooley.
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others, he has been fair, broad in ed young woman of highly respected
They have right, wko dare aaaintal«
them "—Jnnien ftuaeetl
his policies. far-sighted. IntelllgenL Southern family.
' He has stood always for the best la­
A BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY
i terests of all the children. When we
Recital *Bril*iant Affair
have such a man on the board and
Bethel A M K Hunday School pre­
THE BEAUTY OF HOLINESS:—
he is willing to serve again, we should sented Miss Fried» Shaw tn recital
Give unto the Lord the glory due un
re-elect him overwhelmingly.
Tuesday evening at the church on
to his name: bring an offering, and ,
He has been said by some to be McMillan and Larrabee streets to a
date. As a taxpayer 1 shall endeavor
come before him: worship the Lord i
to conserve the money which the against bond issues for new school large and appreciative
audience.
In the benuty of holiness. —1 Chron­
He Miss Shaw, who has been tn the East
public pays for school taxes, and as houses. This is not true st all
icles 16:2».
one deeply interested in our public believes we must secure good school for the past several years, singing,
houses for all the children. But he is home on her vacation, and It was
REAL FRATERNAL MEN WANTED school system, will work st all times
is against waste and extravagance. through the personal effort of J W
tor its best interests.
For these reasons I ask the sup­ He wants to build carefully so that Stanley that she was engaged for
The following kindly advice lo fra-
tern al organisations ia clipped from port of the voters at the coming we will not make the same kind of this affair. The recital took on the
mistakes in buildings that we have aspect of a real "home coming", as
the columns of the Fraternal Review school election.
In 1»12 he was elected and served in lhe past. And he would have pre- Miss Shaw is a Portland girl and al!
of New York and it is not only good
advice to the Grand Lodge but to as republican presidential elector ferred to have a survey of building her family reside here.
subordinate lodges as well, every­ from Oregon, and he also served as needs made by experts before the
The stage was made attractive
a member of the lower house during bond issue was presented to the With an abundance of flowers, pink
where:
"There has never been a time in the 1*21 regular and special sessions people.
and white
rosea
predominating
i
We hope that those who read this Young ladles of the Sunday School
the history of fraternal societies of the state legislature.
At the beginning of the World statement will agree with ua. If they ushered and In appreciation of her
among Negroes in America, when
the active participation of real cour­ War Mr. North volunteered for ser­ do. we wish they might do all poa- appearance and singing. Mi«» Shaw
ageous men of strong personal con­ vice but was not accepted, but in­ sible to get all parents to the polls was delugvd with bouquets of flow­
victions was needed more than it is stead was commissioned to reorgan- next Saturday and support Mr. 3hull. er*. A very pretty corsage bouquet
MRS. C. B. SIMMONS.
today. We confess to a belief in the ixe the national guard, which he did.
of pink and white flowers, presented
For the Women's Committee.
right of an aristocracy of brain to rising to the rank of colonel. At the
by sn admirer, after she had sung a
Among his supporters are: A. H. group of songs, was worn by the
rule the destiny of our fraternal or- conclusion of the war he turned the
ganixations.
We believe that the
singer, and the bouquet harmonised
"mob" may be generally counted
beautifully with her exquisite gown
upon to be in the wrong. We would I
of orchid and cream lace, fashioned
rather be right and know our cause
to be just, than to be even the lead­
Averill. Dr. C. D. Bodine. Dr. H. L.
er or kingpin of the mob. We be­
Bowman. T. Henry Boyd. L. E Car­
lieve that had the rule of brain and
ter. Mrs. Norman F. Coleman. Mrs.
not that of brawn been the order of
G M Gllnes. Mrs. J F. Hill. Arthur
the day at Newark. N. J, the "Crime
—“OREGON OUTDOORS“ W. Jones. Mrs. Wilfred P Jones.
of 1»22" would never hav been per­
1923 1 OUTING BOOKLET John K. Kollock, V. D. Maxson. Wai-
petrated. We know that there ex­
WILL HELP YOU TO DE- lace McCamant. R. L. Sabin. Ben
ists in the Order of Elks a fair
Selling. Joseph 8imon. W. F. StUx,
CIDE
sprinkling of men of unquestioned in­
Mrs. Alexander Thompson. H. B Van
This new 40-page illustrated Duxer. J. T. Wilson. E. A Wyld.
telligence; but it is unfortunately
booklet is brimming full of de-
also a fact that many of this class
tails about sandy beaches, moun­ THREE THOUSAND HEAR DYER
of men are utterly lacking in the
tain resorts, camping places, ho­ At a recent meeting in Chicago.
moral courage that is essentially nec­
tels and cottages.
essary for the work that is ahead of
3000 people heard Congressman Le­
them. There is no member of the
onidas C. Dyer of New York discuss
Ask
your
local
ticket
agent
for
Order of Elks who is in touch with
a copy, or if more convenient the anti-lynching bill and urge mem­
the real situation and who loves the
we will send you one by mail. bership in the N. A. A. C. P. More
Order, who desires to see the crime
than two thousand were turned away
of 1922 repeated at Chicago; but
I.OW ROUND TRIP TICK­ because they could not gain admis­
there Is grave apprehension that it
ETS NOW ON SALE!
sion to the hall, according to reports
will be, unless our prayer that "God
sent out from the national office. 70
to
the
wonder
spots
in
Western
Give Us Men” is heard."
Sth avenue. New York.
Saturday. Juna », I»I3
THE ADVOCATE
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Where Will You
Spend Your Vacation?
Oregon.
NEW YORK WET
Governor Smith of New York has
signed the bill known as the Anti­
Prohibition Bill. having for its ob-
ject doing away with the Volstead
Prohibition Act.
In so doing the
State of New York is defying the
18th
Amendment
to the United
States Constitution, Now that the
prohibition law has been repealed by
the State of New York, the State ia
simply saying to the Government,
"Take hold of your own business of
enforcing the prohibition law, and at
your own expense ” In this the Gov­
ernment has no comeback, for it
cannot sav to New York, that "You
must enforce the 18th Am ?ndmenL”
any more than it would order New
York to obey some other Federal
function, In other words, New York
is in the same position as Connecti-
cut and Rhode Island, two states
that have not ratified the 18th
amendment. The position of New York
/Î
on the liquor question is being keen­
ly eyed by the whole world.
Now tha’ It has been settled for a
fact that President liarding will be
the guest of Portland July 4th, we
are wondering if the entertainment
committee will have amongst Its per­
sonnel a representative of the color­
ed i>opulation.
There is such a great Inducement
tor young people to be nothing that
it Is perfectly wonderful when we
find those who have been able to re­
sist the many pittails and tempta­
tions and the howls of the mob. and
be somebody in spite of them.
Quit talking so much about what
you are going to do and do what you
luiuk is right and best for all con­
cerned.
Friends are mighty
But when one la faced
osition of sacrificing
manhood to hold thoae
far better off without
good to have.
with the prop­
principles and
friends, one is
them.
There Is entirely too much of "If
I can't, you shan't” doing amongst
the colored people In Portland for
their own good.
For further particulars ask
your ticket agent or write to
JOHN M. SCOTT
General Passenger Agent
Portland. Oregon
SEASONABLE REMEDIES
LORENZ—
GRIPP AND COLD
CAPSULES
50c
LORENZ—
DOUBLE STRENGTH
COUGH SYRUP
50c
Stipe-Foster Drug Co
143 Fourth Street, near Alder
Oregon
Portland
HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE AT
Ryder Printing Co
192 Third Street
Portland, Oregon
Main 5536
The Up-to-Date
Cleaning & Tailoring Co
leans
K
LOTHES
LEAN
Hats cleaned and blocked to suit you.
Tea, we clean everything from neckties up to rugs, blankets, etc.
8u'ta and Overcoats made to your individual measure.
Satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded
Our prices are vary reasonable. Olve us a trial. We will please you.
Call Eaet 02SS far
TAYLOR THE TAILOR
Don't gossip so much about your
neighbor and you won't have so
much to take back when cornered.
PROMINENT BUSINSES MAN CAN­
DIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION
FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR
Among the names of the candidates
for election as school director that
will appear on the ballot June 16th
is William F. Woodward, one of the
owners of the Woodward-Clarke Drug
Co., in the Woodlark Bldg. Mr. Wood­
ward has evidenred a keen Interest
in the welfare of the public schools
J. W. INGERSOLL, Prag.
of the city, and it In because of hie
desire to see the public schools of
Oregon measure up to the highest
standard of efficiency and the urge
of friends who believe him capable
of filling this Important position, that
he is making the race for re-election.
Mr Woodward has Issued the follow-
HAIR STRAI6HTENING
AND SHAMPOO COMB
This Comb Is Well Worth 91.00
Solid Irm wood.n htedl*
>MkM Ions waltbl 4 ovnesa.
Ik
ae a preMat to all who take
advantage ef oer greet
8IG OFFER NO. 1144
JUST WRITE TO US AND SAYr-
I would like to ffet a hair atraifhtenioff-end
ahampoo comb fra* Send me particular! re-
ffardinf your No 1144 offer ”
Be sure and write year name and addreea
plainly, and full particulars will be aont you.
Do not wait, write to-day for thia offer will not
laat lonr
We are doinff thia to advertise
Ford'e Hair Fowiade end Ford’s Hair
Atreightowind end Bbenapoo Combo.
Addrett your letter to
THE OZONIZED OX MARROW 00.
WARSAW
(By Tríala Breaux)
oc^k
in hoop skirt style, with which she
wore a wreath of gold leaves about
her coiffure end gold slippers to com
plete the attire
Her program Included a group of
spirituals, grand opera arias, and
other delightful numbers. Owing to
a
hoarseness
contracted
through
sudden change of cHmatea. Mias
Shaw waa unable to sing several of
her numbers, including Vlllanelle by
Del Arqua and Rltonia Vlnclto from
Alda. Verdi, and others.
However,
these were substituted with other at­
tractive selectious. Miss Shaw sang
her program well but could not do
Justice to herself because of her cold
and hoarseness. Miss Shaw waa ac­
companied on the piano by Mrs. 0. H.
Downing and Ml»» Clotilde Curry, a
sister of Miss Shaw played a group
of violin pieces. Mrs. Baker recited
The entire program waa good and
thoroughly enjoyed. Many were the
expression» of appreciation tor lhe
high clasa manner In which every-
thing waa conducted and much credit
waa given to Mr. Stanley for his un
tiring efforts in making the recital of
the highest order.
see
Drama Presented
Under the direction of Mrs. Lula
Gregg and Mrs. Zepha Baker, a
drama. Fruita of Ills Folly, waa pre­
sented at Little Theater Wednesday
evening for the benefit of Bothel
church. A large audience greeted
the players and it is said the drama
waa very good Indeed
Dollar Wedding
Rev Bailey Hare
Rev. 8. r. Halley was ths house
guest of Rev. and Mrs. A K. Fox.
308 M c Millan street, during his stay
In the city this weak.
ses
•sarshilgM Club Entertalned
Mrs. George Mullen waa boateea to
the Hoarchlight Club Wedneaday
evenlng, the 30th, at her home. 318
K. tint St
Fullowlng the business
hour. in whlch plana were ntade for
extensive euterialnmenla to begln In
the futurs, the hosteas servsd a de-
liclous three course luncheon to th»
alxteen ladies pseaenl
Daily Fashion Hint
• P u T'I ìa L
Los Angeles Club Womsn Here
Ing statements which Indicate his
stand on the public school question:
"Our Common Schools
"The nation's truest source of good
cltlxenshlp.
"They deserve our united and loyal
support.
"Should be attended by every nor­
mal child.
"Right education of our children Is
our nation's greatest task.
" Tis our duty to provide them with
safe and suitable school houses."
SERVES ON JURY
Lee Anderson, 1200 Union Avenue,
North, Is serving on lhe Jury in the
circuit court.
A SATISFIED PATRON
Thia letter la original and a guar­
anty of a aatnfled member of The
F. H. Bureau.
Galveston, Texas,
April 13, 1»23.
The F. H. Bureau:
I want to thank you for your kind­
ness In putting me In touch with so
many nice men. They seem to be
nice and Intelligent, I shall recom-
mend your Bureau to any one whom
1 think ia looking for their "Ideal”.
At present I am corresponding
with six young men, so please take
my name off the list of correspond­
ents, ax I would be unable to write to
any more. If I should need your as­
sistance again. I will write you and
enclose a stamp.
Yours truly,
(MISS) MIRIAM GARY,
161» Ave. K.
Galveston, Tex.
Membership No. 546.
Registered Feb. 26, 1»23.
NOTICE
Writs if You Wsnt to Marry
Ladies and gentlemen of wealth
and talents.
No prejudice, equal
rights for all. Send 10c for partlcu-
Th* services last Hunday at the
Mt Olivet Baptist church were of the
highest. It being the 48nd year of
our pastor as s minister of the Goa
pel During this time Rev Anderson
has baptised 4644 persons.
Next
Sunday the pastor will preach from
the subject, "When Jesus t'omes."
At night there will be special »erv-
Icea by the Bethany Baptist Quar­
tette, and the Hen lor Choir of our
church. Hermon by I'aatov Graft, uf
the German Baptist church Rev. K.
J Magruder. D.D., pastor of the First
A M K Zion church, will preach at
3 I* M., on the third Hunday In this
month, and his choir will furnish the
uiuslc. The ll Y. P, U is growing.
Onr pastor loft Wedneiulsy night of
this week fur llend. Redmond and
Prineville, Oregon, and will return
Haturday morning
St. Phillipe Mission
24th and Hauler Days
Morning service, 11 a. at.; Bunday
Bchool, 12 m
Archdeacon Black tn
charge; Mr. H Coles, lay reader, A
cordial welcome awaits you at HL
Phillips
FIRST A ’ . i. ZION CHURCH
41? .• >. ems Ave.. Rev. I. J. Me-
gruder, A. B. Peeler. Parsonage. NO
Cook Ave. Phone Wslnut 8174.
Presiding Elder W W
Howard
will preach morning and evening.
Special arranged music for evening
service.
Mias Dorothy Jackson and Scher-
ley Henry joined the church Sunday
evening.
Pentecostal Mission ef ths Chureh ef
God In Christ
"Ths House of Prayer-
23 Union Ave. N.
Elder Robert Bearala. Pastor
Sunday services: IS a
school; 11:30 a. m. and
preaching.
Week Say
Monday. Wednesday and
otnga. for testimonial*,
healing the sick and for
tng*.
All are cordially
attend.
Repeated
By special request lhe Million
Dollar Wedding held some time ago
at Mount Olivet church was repeated
Tuesday evening, the Sth. al the
church before an appreciative au
dience. It was tor the benefit of the
church and a ueat sum was realised
from »»n>r
MT. OLIVET CHURCH NIWI
Mrs. Harry W. King of Loa A ng
ales, Cal. la here visiting her slaters,
Mrs. Cuie and Mrs. Louise Avery.
Mrs. King is a representative of the
Friday morning Club and the Ne Plus
Ultra Club of Loa Angelea. and la
auiloua to meet the club women of
the city and labs back reporta of the
work being done by them In this
state.
• ♦ •
Engagement Announced
Miss Mary Riley announces her en
gagemenl to Mr Charles Alesander,
both of Portland. The wedding will
take place on lhe J8th of June
Million
babies at the morning servie» will
be given balloons. Thia Sunday will
be known as Children's Day. and
Ilalloon Sunday.
1522
1051
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Circuit Court of the Slate of
Oregon for the County of
Multnomah
The sports tailleur here makes its
.ipprjrance in proven fsthion, select-
Probate Department
n>g for it» rlexek>pment, blue homespun.
Notice la hereby given that the un­
I In tu.nl» of the short jailtet are roll. I
dersigned has been appointed admin­
with lhe convertible collar to form
istratrix of (he estate of Samuel P.
l4|x-l». Turn-beck cuffs may finish th.-
two-piece sleeves, if desired.
The
Bettis, deceased, by the Circuit Court
strjighi gathered skirt haa a deep b**R
of the State of Oregon for Multnomah
and inarrtnf pockets. Ratine, tweed
County, and haa qualified
All per­
and camel s hair doth are also used in
fashioning these natty suits. Medium
sons having claims against said ea-
»ire requires 3*< yards 34-inch mate­
tale are hereby notified to present
rial.
the same, duly verified as by law re­
Pictorial Review Jacket No. 1322.
Sixes, 34 to 42 inches bust, and 14 to
quired. Io the undersigned al an
20 years. “
’
- - —
Price,
90 ernt». Skirt
No,
Macleay Building, Portland, Oregon.
losi. r
Sign, 24 to JO inches waist,
within six months from the date
Price, 30 cents.
c —
hereof.
Dated and first published June 2,
1er». The F. H. Bureau, P. O. Bex 1*13.
No. 4M. Cleveland. Ohio.
—Adv.
Last publication June 30. 1*23
MARY BETTIS.
ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY
Administratrix.
ENTERTAINS
Mrs E. D. Cannady. Attorney,
At a reception and eshibitlon of
the paintings of Alfred H. Schroff, the
Arts and Crafts Society entertained
at the Portland Art Museum Wednes­
day evening. June 6th. from 8 until
10 o'clock.
I. B. P. O. E. OF THE WORLD
STYLE IN SPORTS TAILLEURS
Lodge Directory
News of
the Churches
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH
Larrabee and McMillon Streata
Rev. A. R. Fox, D. D., Pastor
Phone East 1107
E. L. Jamaaon, Assistant
Phon* Walnut 3900
A large number of persons rom-
muned at Bethel A. M E church Iasi
Sunday, and the Presiding Elder,
Rev. 8. E Bailey, was elated over
the splendid reports that were made
at the Quarterly Conference Monday
night. Bethel la in a flourishing con­
dition and we are proud of the in
creased Interest along all lines.
This Sunday Children's Day will
be observed with a special sermon In
the morning, and a program by the
children at night. Babies will be en­
rolled In the Cradle Roll, and all
ROSE CITY LODGE NO. 111
P. O. I. OF W, MEETS the 2ND
AND 4TH
WEDNESDAY EVEN-
INGS OF EACH MONTH AT THE
STAG AUDITORIUM, 111'/, EAST
MORRISON STREET.
ALL VISIT,
ING BROTHERS ARE CORDIALLY
INVITED.
FRED McCLEAR, E. R.
G. M. PAYNE. Sse'y.
NOTICE
Dahlia Temple No. 202, I. B. P. O.
E. of W., of Portland, Oregon, meets
th» 1st and 3rd Tuesday nights in
each month at Stag Auditorium.
All visiting Daughter Elka in good
standing in their respective Temples
are Invited to meet with us.
LOUISE THOMAS,
Daughter Ruler,
BEATRICE H. CANNADY,
Daughter Secretary.
Syracuse Lodge, K.
of P. No. 1, meets the
second *nd fourth Fri­
day night* In **c.h
month. All Sir Knight*
In good *tanding nr*
welcome. Fraternal 11*11, 7»6 Missis­
sippi Av*. William Dels, C.C.; J. R.