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PORTLAND, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER
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EQUAL RIGHTS LEA6UE CALLS RACE TO NATIONAL CONVENTION
ELKS GRAND LODGE GREATEST EVER
GRANO PARADE MILES LONG TOOK MORE THAN THREE
TO VIEW ALL.—J. FINLEY WILSON RE-ELECTED
QRAND EXALTED RULER
George Bates Re-elected Grand I Treasurer.—Portland well Represente^
Pittsburgh, Pa., , I* Selected for Place of Neat
Local and For
eign News Briefs
(Special to Th* Advocate by W. J. Wheaton.)
•% Loan* under Reoerve System
From Sunday until the opening of enactment of legislation germane to
the Grand Lodge session Tuesday the the Order. Thursday the election of on city er farm property.—Reserve
antlered hard began to Invadu the the following officer* were mad«. The Deposit Compsny, 72 Fourth street,
Memorial services election* were hotly contested, but I Portland, Oregon—Adv.
Bunday, the reception to the dele everything wouud up with usual Elk«
LOCAL LADS RUN AWAY
gates and Orand Lodge officers Mon cheerfulness.
Alford, 7 years old, end
day were the beginning of the hap
Eugene Smith, 11 years old. two
J. Finley Wilson. 0. E. R.
pening* Tuesday, after the opening
Portland lads, played hooky from
Col M Marshal. G. E. Leading K.
of the session of the morning, a per
Sunday School last Sunday and some
H. H Much. G. E Loyal K.
ade. the greatest In the history of the
Chalney of Seattle, G. E Lectur time during the day were discovered
Order, formed and marched through
on a freight train beating their way
the streets of Chicago to the music of Ing K.
to Seattle. When the train arrived
G. E. Bate*. G. Secretary.
a score of bands and the plaudit* of
iu Vancouver. Wash., officers took
Jam«* Carter. Treasurer.
Hoel* of brilliantly
possession of the lads and returned
Geo. Richard. I. G.
uniformed women and men carrying
them to their parent* In Portland.
Raymond Coat*. Bal. Esq
gorgeous banner* marched with mil
J W. Johnson. Filer.
itary precision through line* of ap
AFRICAN PRINCE HERE IN JAIL
Sandy Toliver. G. Trustee.
plauding spectators It was over three
Prince Cballougbldzllegeae, who
Much needed legislation wa* en
hours In passing a given point. The
haa been in Portland tor a month or
concensus of the onlooker* was that
more, and who lectured both here
It wa* the moat atttectlv* and color made for the purchase of a National
and in Salem to both races, wa* ar
ful pageant that ever marched over
retted Monday by federal officer*
the famous boulevard* of Chicago. acreage of 40 acres. The home I* for
and lodged In the county jail, charged
Wednesday the Grand Officers snd
with having gained admission into this
delegates went into session for the memorial to the late P. G E. R.
J. Frank Wheaton. It was named the
J. Frank Wheaton Memorial Hume
who is a highly educated
The session adjourned to meet In . prince,
subject, has defrauded many
Pittsburgh. Pa., the fourth Tuesday English
of August. 1*24. *44 delegate* repre colored people out of thousands of
SOO Goodnough Building
dollar* in several states, Including
sented 333 lodge*.
Oklahoma and California. The prince
5th and Yamhill Streets
will have a hearing soon and It is
CARD OF THANKS
thought he will be deported.
our many friend* who aided and con claims to be bishop of the Reformed
For UfU Advlos.
soled u* during the recent illness Coptic church of East Africa and a
■cion of the royal house of King Jo
and death of our beloved wWe. daugh
ter and sister. Grace lx>gnn-Bruce.
ATTOMXT AV AAV
THIRD PAN-AFRICAN CONGRE88
*1* AklagSoa Bldg.
¡felt appreciation tor the many beau-
The third Pan-African Congress
----------------------- ----------- tlful floral pieces contributed.
will meet In London. England, and
JAMES W BRUCE.
Lisbon. Portugal, next
JOHN C. LOOAN.
according to announcement
August 30th by Dr. W. E B DuBois,
A. LOUISE WILLIAMS.
acting chairman of the executive
JOHN C. LOGAN. JR..
committee of the Pan-African Asso-
HELEN R. LOGAN.
J. S. Bell's Photo Studio
Stay off data September 21*L Ore
gon Fraternal Association.—Adv.
Six-room house furnished, on Albina
avenue; $500 down and the balance
to suit. Call Charles Rlely, Atwater
AND MRS. MARTIN
Attorney and Mrs. Avis W. Martin,
who have been in the city for eeverat DR. MOTON SAVES SWIMMER'S
months, left Wednesday night for
California, where they will look over
Dr. Robert R. Moton, president of
the field In that state before going
to Oklahoma City. Okla . where Mr. Tuskegee Institute. Tuskegee, Ala.,
Martin has been made an attractive performed another heroic stunt the
other day In Hot Springs. Ark., when
offer in his profession.
he plunged into one of the bayous
Th* party taking Mr*. Arthur Daw- near the city and rescued drowning
•on’* vanity case at Muri ark's Hall Mis* Enfalice Webb, who with her
Monday night please return the same father were in swimming In deep
to the Pioneer Billiard Parlor*, Keep water. Mis* Webb grappled with her
th* money If you wish, but return the father so that he had no uae of bis
case and other content*.—Adv.
— limbs and made it impossible for him
to rescue ber. It was after seeing
Furnished or unfurnished rooms for this predicament, that Dr. Moton
plunged In wltlf all his street clothes
rent. Call Atwater 341*.—adv.
on and became the hero.
of 14 years experience. Phone Ta
Stay off date October 31et.—Adv. bor 8023 or write to W. H. Barner,
ADVOCATE RECEIVES PRESENT8
207 East 48th St., N.. Portland. Ore
gon. Also Furniture for sale.—adv.
We are indebted to “just a friend"
Stay off the 11th of Sepaembor—
in Tacoma. Wash., who sent us a $5-
chicken dinner at the Mt. Olivet Bap
A SUBSTANTIAL BOOSTER
spot for our 20tb birthday anniver
tist church by Mrs. A. Ander*on.
Mrs. R. Simms. 530 East 15th sary. also to Mrs. Charles Jamison
The Annual Fair of the Mt. Olivet street, 8., is one of The Advocate's
of this city, who sent us a huge bas
Baptist Church, Octobsr 24, 25 and most substantial boosters.
Mrs. ket of magnificent dahlias which she
Simms has sent in several subscrip grew In her garden, as a token of
Th* Annual Rally, November 11, tions. She believes that every com
appreciation on our 20th anniversary.
munity In which reside colored peo Little do our friend* realize how hap
See further date* of th* apodal ple, should have a colored newspaper
py these token* make u*.
sermons commencing the first week and she knows it takes support, fin-
In October and continuing until the anclal and otherwise to print a
Stay off September 17th. Big en
Sunday of the rally.—Adv.
newspaper. We are very grateful to tertainment, Stag Auditorium.—adv.
Mrs. Simms for her Interest.
GOING TO LOS ANGELES?
THE NEW ”Y” SECRETARY
Wanted—A couple to share ex-
For Rant—4 unfurnished rooms,
Miss Margie L. Danley, who comes
pons« of trip by auto to Los Angele* 26* Wheeler Street
Garfield *310. from Loe Angeles, Cal., to take
in big 7-passenger Premier touring
charge of the Branch "Y” for colored
car in a few week*. Careful driver
Stay off Hallowe’en night.—adv.
girls and women, seems to be thor
oughly prepared for and capable of
carrying forward the work to suc
Telephone Main 5051*
Hours: 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Mis* Danley has lived for twenty
Sundays and Evenings by Appointment
years tn California and received her
education in the Pasadena public
schools, graduating from the Pass-
dena high school, Later she attend-
ed the University of Southern Cali
fornia. Miss Danley has the distinc
tion of being the first and only col
ored graduate of Sayer’s Business
Collage, after which she served four
In the Blumauer Building
years a* legal stenographer to a
prominent attorney in Los Angeles.
She served two years as County So
cial Service worker in Los Angeles,
Northeast corner Fourth and Morrison Streets
and Is also a conscientious church
worker. ’Miss Danley come* highly
ALL CLASSES OF DENTAL WORK CAREFULLY
recommended and has entered Into
her new work with vim. She is at
present domiciled at the home of Mr.
Your Patronage Desired
and Mr*. George Benjamin. 450 East
18th street North.
New York Dentists
MARY B. TALBERT, NOTED CLUB'
WOMAN AND DISTINGUISHED
LEADER, LYING SERIOUSLY
ILL AT HER HOME IN
BUFFALO, N. Y.
All interested are urged to register.
Giri* are urged to register for
"gym**, basket ball and folk dancing.
These classes will meet at the Y. W.
C. A. building. Broadway and Taylor.
Classes in various subjects will be
Mrs Mary B. Talbert, noted elab formed where sufficient numbers reg-
woman and distinguished leader, I* ister at the Branch.
lying critically ill at her borne in
Buffalo. At thi* writing, we are ap
N. A. A. C. P-.TO MEET
prised she I* on the road to recov
The National Association for the
ery, although she will be unable to Advancement of Colored People will
do any club work for over a year. hold its regular monthly meeting on
In the September Issue of The Crisis, Monday evening, September 10th, at
we notice the following anent the Bethel A. M. E. Church. The public
is always cordially Invited to the
“One thing we may not forget, the meetings of the Association.
largest single gift ever made the N.
A. A. C. P„ the gift beside which all
For Rent—Nicely furnished room*,
other donation* sra. relatively Insig- reasonable; 376 William* .Avenue.
nlflcant. is the $13,000 Mary B. Tal East 1633. Mr*. Richard Young.—ad.
bert and the women who stood by i
her. They worked six month* with
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
out a cent of salary, under furious '
The Portland Division No. 3*1 of
open criticism and with veiled and the Universal Negro Improvement
underhanded opposition. They rais Association will elect new officer*
ed over $15,000 but nearly $2.000 Is on Sunday afternoon at 3:30 P. M.
yet being withheld by selfish, if nut Important that all members
dishonest agent*. Still $13,207.13 has present
been paid in and given over to the
R. D. Bird, President,
anti-lyncbing work of the N. A. A. C.
I. Z. TRIPLETT. Secretary.
P. All hail the Agti-Lynching Cru
WE HEAR FROM TEXAN
Oregon stood well in the campaign.
Writing from Dallas, Tex., we hear
Jhe real women of. Portland cannot
forget the unwise remarks of that from our old friend and good booster.
Mr. Young sends
noted club woman of Ohio who poked Payton D. Young,
fun at the CrusadeM. We are also his check for The Advocate for an
”1 must have it.'
Informed that one o( the leading wo other year, saying,
men of North Carolina put a stop to Mr. Young is one of the most promi
the Crusaders In hebetate, and spread nent bakers in the whole South.
false propaganda i* Cleveland. De
troit and wherever :*he lectured for
her school that th* Crusaders were
a lot of bunco wo
What a pity
that jealousy, the
ster. causes our b*gest women to
lose their heads o
and success of a
lieve* in, love* and will always work
with Mary B. Talbert.
MR. GOODWIN VISITS RELATIVES
L. A. Goodwin, one of Portland's
oldest and substantial residents, left
Sunday morning for Boston to visit
relatives there for a week. From
Boston he will go on to Savannah.
Ga., for two days with relatives and
frienda and thence to his old home
In Augusta, where he waa born. Here
he will spend until the 15th of Oc
tober. visiting his brother,
Goodwin, and other relatives
friends. Mr. Goodwin has not been
back to his home in 30 years until
thia visit. He will return by Atlanta.
Ga.. where he will vtait J. S. Bell's
aister. He will also visit relatives
Mrs. Grace Logan-Bruce, whose fu
In Chicago and friends in Oakland
neral was conducted from Bethel A.
the 1st of November,
M. E. church. Wednesday, September
before returning home on or about
Sth. Rev. A. R. Fox, pastor of the
church, preached a touching sermon
Williams Avenue Branch
from the Sth chapter of Job and the
"For he maketh sore,
The Board of Management cordial 18th verse:
ly invites the public to meet Miss and bindeth up; he woundeth. and his
Margie L. Danley, the new Secre hands make whole."
tary, on Monday, September 10th, was largely attended and the floral
offerings were numerous and beauti
from 5 to 10 P. M
The High School Girls Reserves are ful. Interment was had in Lone Fir
requested to meet Friday, the 7th, Cemetery, where the family plot is
after school and the grade girls on located. Mrs. Bruce passed into the
Great Beyond. Saturday. September
Saturday, the 8th, at 1:30 P. M.
Swimming and "gym” classes are 1st. following an illness of several
being formed now for the women. months' duration.
ORGANIZATION TO FIGHT FOR EQUAL RIGHTS AUTHORIZES RACE
TO ASSEMBLE IN CONVENTION TO FORMULATE DECLARA-
TIONS OF WRONG8 8UFFE RED AND RIGHTS DUE
Plan* to Be Laid Before President of the Unitaci Stata* and Congi
Brooklyn, N. Y., Chosen for Meeting Place.—Monroe
BOSTON, Moss., August 25. 1*23.
—Any member or members of the
race are eligible to call meeting*, in
formal or public, and organize Equal
Right* Committee* or branch Equal
Right* League* to send delegate* to
16th annual meeting of National
Equal Rights League at Holy Trinity
Baptist church, DeKalb and Franklin
Avenues, Brooklyn, N. Y., Rev. T. S.
Harten, pastor and local chairman,
September 26-29, 1*23.
churches and all race bodies.
A National Race Assembly at which
the race itself will formulate it* own
declaration of wrongs suffered and
right* due, to present first to the new
President In the White House, next
to the Congress that meet* for a
For any information write National
Headquarters, 103 Court street, Bos
ton, Mass., Rev. M. A. N. Shaw, Pres.
William Monroe Trotter, Cor. Sec.
Act at once!
According to hl* method of treat
ment he doe* not operate tor chronic
appendicitis, gall *tonea, ulcer* of
stomach, tonsil* or adenoids.
He ha* to hi* credit wonderful ro
suits in diseases of the stomach, bow
els, liver, blood, skin, nerves, heart.
kidney, blsdder, bed wetting catarrh,
weak lungs, rheumatism sciatica, leg
ulcers and rectal ailments.
If you have been ailing for any
length of time and do not get any
better, do not fail to call, as improper
measures rather than disease are very
often the cause of your long standing
Remember above date*, that con
sultation on thia trip will be free and
that his treatment is different.
Married women must be accompa
nied by their husbands.
Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg.. Los
Coming to Portland
Eight-room house and one acre of
ground. House is modern and the
Specialist !n L.iemal Medicine for ground* contain beautiful trees and
the Past Twelve Years—
shrubs. All kinds of fruit. Improve
Does Not Operate
ments In and paid. On ML Scott
Will be at Benaon Hotel Wednesday, car line, 52nd street Price reason
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
able. Investigate this property.
September 26-27-28-29. Office
Fire room bungalow, 34000; 3500
Hours, 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.
down, balance like rent
Four Day* Only
Four-room bungalow, corner, $4000:
No Charge for Consultation
$500 dwon .balance can be arranged.
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular gradu Good bay.
ate in medicine and surgery and is
E. K. STANLEY
licensed by the State of Oregon.
419 Abington Bldg.
He visits professionally the more
important towns and cities and of
Be sure and come to the Stag
fers to all who call on this trip free i Auditorloum and Club Monday night.
consultation, except the expense of the 17th, and have the time of your
treatment when desired.
J. 8. SMITH, Prop, and Chef
Eat at SMITH’S CAFE
HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD EATS
Boiled Dinners Daily
Hot Bread at All Hours
Our Prices Are Right
106 NORTH NINTH STREET
Bet. Gl lean and Flanders
AT YOUR SERVICE
Also Seven-Passenger Touring Cars for Sightseeing
LOWEST RATES IN THE CITY
HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE AT
Ryder Printing Co
192 Third Street
Phone Broadway 7222
Th* Right Place to Have Your Shoo Repairing Done
272 Washington 8tre*t
When You Call a Taxi-Cab
BRoadway 9100 Call Brdy. 0098
RED TOP TAXI CO
BLACK AND WHITE
Stands al all leading hotels and all parts of the city