The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, June 23, 1923, Image 4

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THE ADVOCATE
vancem»nt of Colored People on July
I, is moving to larger quarter*, at
the corner of Fifth Avenue and Four­
teenth street, one of the busiest cor­
ners In New York City, it was an­
nounced today The Association has
leased Cor a term of years the entire
fourth floor of the Mercantile Bank
building at
•• Fifth Avenue
which will ba the new address of the
N. A. A. C. l\ beginning July 1. of
i this year.
WEBB'S ORCHESTRA SENDS
GREETINGS
IMPORTANTI
All communication* for publication
or otherwise should be addressed to
The Advocate Publishing Company.
Suite 311 Macleay Building. Portland,
Oregon.
Ad vert lain« rate* made known on
application.
-Don't aak tor riant.
Taks caem.
An' don't lot anny wan give them to ya
A right that la handed to ys Cr naw-
thln' ha. aoanethla' th. matter with It.“
—Mr. P eel*y._____________________________
Th.r have right, who dar. maintain
them."—Jamaa Ruaoeir Lowall
A BIBLE THOUGHT
FOR
TODAY
HAVE ALL GOOD:—The young
lion* do lack, and auffer hunger:
but they that *eek the Lord .ball not
want any good thing.—Psalm 34:10.
“KU
KLUX
KLAN
AIN’T
AFTER
US"
Regardless of the Sect that many
colored people have been run away
from their home, and worldly poawt
alona. beaten, lynched and murdered
by the Ku Klui Klan, some colored
“nut*” are »till heard to »ay that
the “k. k. k. ain't after wa." and in
spite of the fact that a colored man
tn Oregon City was recently beaten,
strung up and when released run out
of town. Here 1* what William Pick­
ens. writing In the Pittaburgh Cour­
ier. has to any on the subject:
KLAN AND SCHOOLS
Indiana Ku Klux Plan to Oust Colored
Children
“Told you ao!" the Jim crow school
idea follow* the Ku Klux Klan like a
shadow. In Indiana they have op­
ened campaign to 'put the Negro chil­
dren out of our school*.’ Why? Be­
cause you cannot give a people equal
education and perpetually deny them
an unequal status in society. In com­
mon school the Negro will get equal
education. He will never get it In
any segregated school.
And yet some of the easy-going,
lasy. hope-to-have-to-donothing Ne­
groes are always saying: 'The Ku
Klux ain't after us; they're after the
Catholic* and Jews." And bless your
soul, in Oregon the Ku Klux are try­
ing to enact law* to compel Catho­
lic* and Jew* to get into the public
schools, while in Indiana they are
trying to enact laws to put the Ne­
gro out
The most fundamental proposition
of the Ku Klux Klan is “white su­
premacy,'* and both Catholics and
Jew* can qualify under that.
The Kentucky wing of the Klan 1*
trying to explain, a* we write, that a
Jew can become a Klansman by be­
coming a “Christian.” and that a
Catholic can become a Klansman by
becoming a “Protestant”—that is a
hard-shell Baptist, a Holy Roller, or
anything like that And how can a
black man become a Klar.sman? By
becoming a white man. That is, the
Negro is the only IMPOSSIBLE. So
tar as the Klan is concerned, the one
permanent, irredeemable society out­
cast is the American Negro If the
Kian can effect IL your children will
be forced out of school, you will be
forced out of citixenschip. and your
race will be given a Mississippi status
in Minnesota.
No, the "Klan ain’t after us," it
thinks it has got us. They will have
another think coming, for not alj
Negroes can be fooled by church do­
nation* and flattering grocery-store
talk.
Everywhere we go, some colored
preacher or politician informs us:
“You know, Mr. 8o-and-So was talk­
ing to me this mawnin.’ and he aay*
thia Klan ain't aimin' at colored peo­
ple. They want to get these Jew*
and Catholics.” Even if that were
not a lie, we should hate them for it.
GOV. PIERCE TO BE
Fleer
in
TO
Mercantile
NEW
Bank
Building
New York. N. Y„ July 8. 1923.
After nearly ten years' occupancy
of Its offices at 70 Fifth Avenue, the
National Association for the Ad-
preached an able sermon, which waa
enjoyad by all who heard II. Next
Bunday will ba a hath day at Mt.
Olivet. Dr W. I Carter, moderator
of the Northwest Coast Baptist As-
social Ion. and pastor of th* Mt. Zion
Baptist Church of Heattl*. tha larg
eat colored church In lhe Northwest,
will preach at 11 a. m and 8pm
Come and hear thia Prince of Preach­
er*. Hpei lal aervlcaa also at 3 p m.
The Baptist ministers of the city of
Portland and vicinity will lunch with
our pastor. Monday. Juna 38th. and
hold their Anal mealing until after
vacation. Dr. O. C. Wright will be
the principal speaker
At I p m. Hunilay I* our mid sum­
mer Ananclal day. Coma to the naw
Mt Olivet church. 1st and Hchuylar
street*, the People's Church for good
singing aud preaching.
Prominent Matrone Entertain
Honoring Mi*a Fried* Shaw. Mes-
dame* W. F Smith. J. F. Guy. W.
M. McGill. W. H. Abernathy. J. A
Duncan and W. A Glass eutertalned
at a reception on Saturday evening.
June 18th. at the Stag Auditorium.
3311» E Morrtaon street. Dancing
and rnualc were the diversions. Deli-
clou* refre*ment* were dispensed.
•
•
•
J. W. INGERSOL ARRESTED
We regret very much to learn of
the arrest of J. W. Ingersol. th*
tailor, for an alleged crime committed
a number of years ago in Alabama
Friend* of Mr Ingersol ar* working
to prevent him being extradited and
from what we can learn they will
succeed.
Mr Ingersol Is identified
with every progressive movement
Southern Girt Becomes Bride
|
put forth by his people and he and
Mis* Annie Laurie Levalle of Aus­
his wife are both church members tin. Tex., became the bride of L B
and are highly connected socially Stewart. .5138, 83rd avenne. 8. K
and fraternally
Sunday, th* 17th. 1:30 p. m at a
quiet wedding aolemnised In
the
CONCERNING MISS BOWLES
presence of a few friend* at the resi­
I am often asking myself, why is It
dence of Mr. and Mr*. George W.
that our young people are so non­
Kinney in Kenton The ceremony wa*
interested in the things that will
performed by Rev A. R. Fox. at the
help our dally living and our race?
conclusion of which the bridal party
There ar* young people and "enough
wa* served a delicious wedding din­
to spare” to till all the churches, to
ner. Friend* of the couple called
have a great Y. M. C. A and a flour­
during th* remaining hour* of the af­
ishing Y. W. C. A. in ouf city. Late­
ternoon and evening and exchanged
ly the answer to my question ha*
felicitations Mr. Stewart I* a mall
been poor leadership. Our National
carrier in the city and prominent In
officers (that is. some of them!
church and lodge circle*. Ml** Le­
draw big salaries, spend money
valle come* of a prominent Southern
traveling over the country and for
family and wa* formerly engaged in
what? To disappoint crowds of young
teaching In the publie school* of
people hungering tor the Word while
Marshall. Texas. The happy couple
the leader (?) is socialising.
I ap­
peal to the good people of Portland ) are domiciled at the residence of
Mr*. Mack Staafield. 4535 42nd ave.
to co-operate for the good of our
a
a
a
boys and girls and condem any man
Manias* Wadding Brilliant Affair
or woman that does not practice
One of the most brilliant as well
what he or she preaches
a* successful benefit affair* given
E. J MAGRUDER.
recenUy was the "mantes* wedding"
at Zion church Monday evening un­
DAHLIA TEMPLE ELECTS
der the personal direction of Mr*.
OFFICERS
E. J Magruder. Mrs W. H .Myles,
At it* regular meeting. June 19th. as the minister, played well her role
Dahlia Temple. 203. I. B. P. O E. of as did Mis* Fannie Crosby as Jack
W.. held its semiannual election,
which resulted in the present corp* original and powerful, with a compre­
of officer* being unanimously re­ hensive knowledge of Elkdom. and
elected to succeed themselves. With towering above the masses In the
but one change in the board of trus­ elasticity of hl* talents and mental
tees the officers remain the same. construction. Judge Morris may be
Mrs. Etta Simms was elected as trus­ drafted.
tee to fl.ll the vacancy formerly held
by Mrs. Gilbert* O’Neal. Five new
members were initiated into the REV. ANDERSON WIN8 DECISION
IN RECENT LODGE TROUBLE
ranks of the temple, as follows: Mes-
Fiddlesticks, the groom. and Mr*.
Prescott •* Mis* KII* Colromobls, the
brido. There wa* a large number of
both "male" and female attendant*,
flower girl*, ring bearer*. etc. Th*
"male attendants looked fascinating
In the masculine full dress suit*. The
improvised sitar wa* brilliant with
palms, cut flower* and alrtmuier* of
pink and whit*, which marked the
line of march tor the bridal proces­
sion.
Mr*. Katherine Gray played
th* «geoid wadding march of Men
delssohn's and Mis* Dolly Parle*
sang beautifully. A larg* audience
greeted the party and enjoyed them
selves very much
A delicious din­
ner wa* served by ladle* of the Aid
Society under the auspices of which
the entire affair was had. Noted In
the larg» audience was Editor Bass
of the I am Angele* Eagle.
The entire personnel of the wed­ ]
ding:
Meadames Fannie Crosby,
groom; Edth William*, beat man;
Keele Brandon. Ada McGill. Bula
Hill. Blanche Simpson and DeLeon,
groomsmen. Jennie Myles, minister;
Mary Ashford, father; Mr*. Hattie
Preacott. bride; Miss Ida Jachaos,
maid of honor; Mesdamee Kanoma,
Lena
D
Green.
Martha
Strain.
Charle* Mumford and G. Patton, I
bridesmaid»;
Maybelle
Cochrane,
mother; Doria Auderaon and Cecil
Garuelt, flower girls; Vivian Gar­
nett. train bearer; Corrlnne Howe,
page; plljow bearer*. Anna Johnson
, and Nadine Shelby. Fredonia. Fan­
nie Walker. Dorothy Jackson and
Rosalie Byrd.
Daily Fashion Hint
Mr*. Fain Motif of Pretty Party
On* of th* most unique and beau
tlful social affairs of the season wa*
kiT»u last Monday avanlng. Jun* 18,
whan the maids of Meier * Frank
Co. gave a surprise at the reeldeuce
of Mrs. Pauline Craig. 734 Cllntou
street, for her mother. Mrs Dora Fain
who left for I a > s Angelas on Wednes­
day. The evening was spent at card*
and music was rendered on the piano
by Mrs. K- J O'Riley; a very delight­
ful solo was sung by Mrs H A. Kiser
At the conclusion of the evening's
enjoyment, dainty refreshments were
St. Phillip* Mission
served, after which a handsome leath­
34th and Harter Daye
er purse was presented to Mr*. Fain
Morning service, IX a. iu.; Sunday
by Mrs. O'Riley In behalf of the
School, 13 m
Archdeacon Black In
maid*. Mr*. Fain was formerly an
I charge; Mr II Coloe, lay reader, A
employ* of the Meier A Frank Co.
cordial welcome awalte you al HL
and It waa here that a beautiful
Phillipa
friendship between the ladle* waa
cemented.
FIRST A. ’ . «. ZION CHURCH
a a a
417 .v.x.ams Ave., Rev. E. J. Ma
Photographer Entertains
gruder, A. 0 Pastor. Parsonage. 280
J. 8. Bell, photographer, entertain­ Cook Ave. Phone Walnut #174.
ed with a reception at hi* studio. 500
You can't afford to nilas the serv-
Goodnough Bldg.. Friday
evening. Icea at Zion
Only lhe pure unadul­
June 16th, for the pleasure of Mr*. terated gospel Is being preached Ev­
Wright, who returned to her home In ery Hunilay two and three are added
Seattle. A large number of guest* to the church.
celled during the appointed hour»
Next Sunday the pastor will preach
and enjoyed dancing, music and the In the evening on "Home From the
delicious refreshment*.
Ilog Pen.” Program connected with
a a a
this service la as follows:
Duet.
Entertain* for Visitor*
Mlasee Walker and Magruder; Haxo-
Mr. and Mr*. Simina entertained at phone aolo, Bert Turner; Vocal Solo.
their lovely home. 834 East Pine BL. Rev. Magruder. Children's Day pro­
Saturday evening with a recaption fram at 11 a tu
for the pleasure of Mr. and Mr*. Boll
of San Diego. Cal., who are spending
their vacation sightseeing along the
coast
A number of friends called
and enjoyed the evening with the
delightful guests.
Dainty refresh-
meuta were served by the hostess
• • •
Pentecostal Mlaahn of th* Churah of
God In Christ
“Th* House of Prayer“
28 Union Ave. N.
Elder Robert Saar«!», Patter
Sunday sorvlcaa: 10 a m . Hunday
school; 11:30 a. m. and 7:30 p m.
preaching.
Week day
meeting»:
Mr. and Mr*. Luahsr Entertain
Monday. Wednesday and Friday *v*-
Mr. and Mr*. R. D l.uaher had as ntnga. for testimonials, prayer for
their guest tor three day*, the Rev. boallng the sick and for tarry meet
McGriff of Helena. Mont . from Mon­ Inga.
AU ara cordially lavttad
to
day until Thursday.
Rev. McGriff attend.
look with him to hla borne one thou
sand Portland roae bud*, which he
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
will sell at a Rose Festival to be held
at his church upon hla raturn.
In the Circuit Court of the Htate of
Oregon for the County of
NOTICE
Multnomah
Dr. J. Matllsky, who formerly re­
,
Probate Department
al dsd at 485 West Park Street has
Notice Is hereby given that the un­
moved to 829 East 18th Street, North,
dersigned has been appointed admin­
whar* aha la better prepared to taka
istratrix of the estate of Hamuei P.
car* of her patient*. Phon* Garfield
Bettis, deceased, by the Circuit Court
¡2438. adv.
of the Htate of Oregon for Multnomah
County, and has quallfled
All per
son* having claim* against said ka­
ta tn are hereby notified to present
the same, duly verlfled a* by law re­
quired. to the undersigned at 311
Macleay Building, Portland. Oregon,
within six month* from the date
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH
hereof
Larrabee and McMillan Streets
Rev. A. R. Fox, D. D., Pastor
Dated and flrat published Juno 2.
1933.
Phon* East 1107
E. L. Jameson, Assistant
Last publication June 30, 1933.
Phon* Walnut 3900
MARY BETTIS,
Administratrix.
ML Olivet Baptist Church
Mr* E D. Cannady, Attorney,
East Fir* tend Schuyler St*.
Rsv. J. W. Anderson, Pastor
Raa. 429 Tillamook St
Tslsphons East BOM
Services at ML Olivet Baptist
church still grows brighter. Our pas­ I. B. P. O. E. OF THE WORLD
tor preached two able sermons laat
Sunday at 11 a. m and 8 p. m
At
3:30 p. m . Dr. E. J. Magruder, pas­
tor fo the First A M. E. Zion church,
News of
the Churches
EMPHASIZES INDIVIDUALITY
Although it ia developed in one color,
tao different matcrul. enter into the
design of thia (roclt. The blouse is in
French voile and the skirt in ratin#.
The color is sunburst, a vivid pinkish
yellow, all hough other tones may be
chosen, if desired.
Two styles of
sleeves are provided (or the blouse—
deep extensions slashed on the upper
side and gathered into narrow cuffs
or extensions slashed on the under
side and allowed to flare.
Medium
size require* 2H yards 36 inch voile
for the blouse and 2JX yard* rating for
the skirt.
Pictorial Review Blouse No. 1535.
Sizes, 34 to 48 inches bust. Price, 35
cents. Skirt No. 7657. Sizes, 24 to
¿2 inches waist. Price, 30 cents.
Lodge Directory
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Bootlegger* are having a mighty
hard time in Portland just now and
in view of the tact they will not quit
the business we advise them to go
to New York.
Takee
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of
Multnomah
Probate Department
Notice is hereby given that the un­
dersigned has been appointed admin­
istratrix of the estate of E. G. Dick­
ens of the State of Oregon for Mult­
nomah County, and ba* qualified. All
persons having claims against said es­
tate are hereby notified to present
the same, duly verified a* by law re­
quired. to the undersigned at 311
Macleay Building. Portland. Oregon,
within six months from the date
hereof.
Dated and first published June 23.
1923.
Last publication July 28. 1923.
MRS E. D. CANNADY,
Administratrix.
Wm. G. Martin. Attorney.
Saturday. Juna 38. 1*13
T»
(By Trixie Br**ux)
dames Bula Alien, D. Fain. Jane Raw­
Rev. J. W. Anderson, pastor of Mt.
lins. Ollie Laws and Ida DeWare. At Olivet Baptist Church and Worthy
the conclusion to the business, the Chaplain of New Northwest Lodge of
ladies enjoyed the social session im­ the Grand United Order of Oddfel­
mensely. The meeting was entirely lows, asked for a decision In the mat­
RACE LEADER WRITES DEPART­ successful and harmonious.
ter of the joint committee of the
MENT OF JUSTICE CONCERN­
lodge some time ago. reporting that
CANDIDATES FOR G- E. R. OFFICE the annual services to the lodge were
ING HIS PEOPLE
At the Grand Lodge of Elks, which to be held at Mt. Olivet church, and
Los Angeles, Cal. June 15, 1923.
meets in Chicago in August, the pre­ that Rev. Anderson wa* to preach
The Department of Justice.
diction is made that the following the annual sermon. Later, the meet­
Washington. D. C.
Gentlemen: From information, it big Elks will seek the office of G. i ing was changed to another church
is alleged that the F. B. William* E. R.: Hon. J. Finley Wilson will and another minister secured to
Lumber Company, at Patterson, La., be presented to the Grand Lodge by preach the sermon; this was done
operates a peonage slave system with a voluble speaker from Washington. without consulting Rev. Anderson,
D. C.. possibly Barrister Armond W. and this Rev. Anderson objected to.
Negroes.
Kindly have it investigated by some Scott. Some modern Cicero of New At a meeting of the lodge. June 19th.
one who has no local Interest there. York will present the name of Hon. : at 795 Mississippi Avenue, with the
H. Adolph Howell. A Cleveland man Grand Master. J. B. Bass of Los An­
I am.
of note will offer the Hon Thos. W. gele*. Cal., presiding. Rev. Anderson
Respectfully.
Fleming of that city. Attoraye Wm asked for' a decision, which resulted
REV. E. C. BRANCH.
H. Stanton of Pittsburgh. Pa., will be in the Grand Master rendering a de­
named by a silver tongue of that city. cision in favor of Rev. Anderson's
THE ELECTION
Saturday. June 15th. at the special Attorney E. Burton Ceruti of Los An­ contention.
school election. Wm. F. Woodward geles. Cal., will possibly be brought
and Frank Shull were re-elected forward by one of the "Old Guard"
Chicago
school director» for a three years' in a captivating manner.
BERKELEY NEWS
will be the last to present its claim
term.
The bond and tax measures were for the seat of "the Mighty.” and our I
(By Arthur D. Lebon.)
defeated by a 2-to-l vote. In this, predictions are that It will be either 1
The City Council of Berkeley met
the name of Aiderman Anderson or June 12th to consider the advisabil­
the voter* showed good judgment
Major R. R. Jackson. But before the ity of running a street through the
UNIVERSITY MAN VISITS PORT­ nomination close* there is another property acquired by the Masonic
individual who should be regarded Lodge of Berkeley on University
LAND
Erroll Jones of Berkeley, Califor­ as a possible nominee in the person ' avenue and Jefferson street, as wa*
nia. is in Portland with a special car of Judge Wm. R. Morris of Minneap­ requested in a petition of five hun­
of Shrlner*. Mr. Jones will return to olis, Minn. We are certain that Mr. dred white citizens to block the per­
the University of California next Morris will not seek the honor, but mit of the Colored Temple. It was
cited that to run a street through the
property would be only upholding
prejudice of the white petltoners.
After Informing the petltoners to the
LORENZ—
LORENZ—
point of law. wherein the 14th and
GRIPP AND COLD
DOUBLE STRENGTH
15th amendment of the U. 8. Consti­
CAPSULES
COUGH SYRUP
tution granted freedom to all Ameri­
50c
50c
can citizens, regardless of color.
The Masons laid their cornerstone
next day. and were assisted by
143 Fourth Street, near Alder
some of the white Mason* of high
Portland
Oregon
standing and also promised future
aid to their Black Brothers.
The
white citizens of lesser lights should
have their cure by this time, being
their third time to protest against
the presence of our people as proper­
ty owners. We are with the Berke­
ley officials of past and present for
not winking at the law.
Ob, well,
Berkeley Is known as the City of
Knowledge.
RECALLED
The K. K. K.s of Oregon have
grown tired of the way Governor
Pierce is running things, and as a
result, are laying plan* to recall the
Governor, The opinion prevails in
political Circles that the Governor
owes hi* election to the Klan vote,
and the Klan, no doubt shares in that
belief. If that be true, the Governor
should dance to the music of the
Klan or step down and out, and not
wait to be thrown out.
N- A. A. C. P. MOVES
QUARTERS
Dear Advocate:
On Board S. 8. H. F. Alexander
June 8, 9:30 a. m.. 1*33. Dear Friends:
How I* everybody In Portland? We
are just fine, all of us. Went to Fris­
co Chinatown yesterday, ate so much
of their food. I thought I'd be sick
today, but I'm not. The people havo
been just wonderful to us every­
where we'v* been. Had dinner with
my brother George Thursday at Fris­
co. Took a trip to Oakland. Berkeley
and Stanford University. Yesterday
took in Golden Gate Park and the
Art Museum. The room that inter­
ested me most was the containing a
full collection of ancient musical
instruments and scores of displays.
Am going back next week and see
other exhibith; they closed the door*
before I was halt through. Called on
Haywood Thompson in his dental of­
fice in Loa Angeles. We have a re­
hearsal this morning, so must close-
The orchestra sends beet wishes to
The Advocate.
Sincerely,
EDDIE MORGAN.
year to complei* his literary course
and receive hl* degree of Bachelor of
Art*
Many will remember Mr.
Jonea wha was champion of the box­
ing team at the U. of C, and who
was elected by hl* school to compete
with the clinmpion of Stanford Uni­
versity. The latter drew the color
line and Mr. Jones was not permit­
ted to box against Stanford's champ
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Dahlia Temple No. 202, I. B. P. O.
E. of W„ of Portland, Oregon, meat*
the 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,
•s
Daughter Secretary.
Syracuse Lodgn, K.
of P. No. 1, meets the
second and fourth Fri­
day night* In each
month. All Sir Knights
In good standing nr*
welcome. Fraternal Hall. 795 Mlsale-
slppf Ave. William Dels, 0.0.; J. R.