The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, September 22, 1923, Image 4

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    Baturday. September II, HIS.
THE ADVOCATE
Published every Saturday at Suite
111 Macleay Building. Phone Broad­
way IM7.
ABWOOAVB ABBim
Elka Sanitary Barber Shop. Sil Flan­
ders Street
Possessed ot high hopes tor and a
strong belief in the future greatness
of hie race, he urged them to closer
co-operation and education and race
pride. The Bishop said, in what was
thought to be his last address hero:
"To the people of the Northwest, t|ls
Is tny last and final appearance In
your city; I shall retire from the of
flee of Bishop of my own will and ac­
cord. aa I feel that I have fulfilled the
time of service to the cause.
These
words of the Bishop brought sadness
to the hearts of the audlenoe. which
sat in silence, giving rapt attention
to his wonderful message. But. re
gardloM of the fact that the good
Bishop has finished hie work, and
well, the people who know him beet
ar* heartily sorry to give him up.
Knowing that the service of men like
the Bishop, with large brain capac­
ity. unselfish and self-sacrificing na­
tures, are so much needed tn shap­
ing and guiding the destiny of this
noble race of ours
Bishop Lee paid high tribute t<- the
people of the Northwest, He urged
them to read their own newspapers
and books, and he told of the value
of contact with the educated of our
own race to the youth of our race,
co-operating for higher things
The Btshop was accompanied on
the trip by one of his tnlented daugh­
ters, Mr», Mary Effie Lee-Newsome, a
poetess of note and an nrtist with
the pen and brush. Bishop Lee was
en route home from the annual con­
ference of his church at Spokane last
week.
news of the Northwest, and now has
the whole state of Oregon to Itself.
Mr. K D. Cannady Is to be congratu­
lated on being able to stem the tide
for twenty years. We say. long may
It live and prosper
THE CHURCH
pany. 13th and Washington streets,
to the per sou selecting the real pearl
from a collection of 100 artificial ones.
Hau Jose; llev. A. C. Yearwood. 113
South 4tb street. Han Jose, la doing
wonderful work as pastor ot ths Meth
odist church there. Mrs. U. F. Wake­
field ex vic« president ot th* N. A.
A. C, P. at Han Jose, has resigned,
past several weeks, left Monday night but still serves on the executive com­
tor pointe jn California, whore they mutes, and la a stauuch friend of the
will spend a tow weeks before re­ race. Rev.' Yearwood succeeded Mrs.
suming their trip homo to Austin, Wakefield as vice-president.
Texas. Both ladles were lavishly en­
tertained while In the city, the last
affair given In their honor just be­
fore leaving was on Sunday, when
they were the dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. It. lx>pes of Vancouver.
Wash
Mt Olivet Baptist Chureh
see
ode^x
(By TrtUa Breaux)
The religion of how to live and
the religion of how to die will not
get very far without the counsel and
advice of a broadminded, trained
ministry. Tbs lack of these eesen
Hals has been one of the drawbacks
to the growth and advancement of
the church tn general, owned and
controlled by the race.
I which was highly appreciated by the
Prominent Astorisns Here
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stephens, who audience and which was very timely
conducted * restaurant business in Indeed. Mrs. Newsome was introduc­
Aatoria known aa ths Dixie Lunch, ed and made a brief talk, thanking
and the past season at Seaside, are the people of the Northwest for their
visiting with Mr. and Mrs Edgar hospitality and asking their prayers
Mr. that their father might arrive home
Williams of 353 Made street.
and Mrs. Stephens are likely to re- safely. Mesdames Grayson aud Free­
They have been man aang a duet, which added much
main In Portland
In
the
West
four
yearn,
coming from to the program Reverends J. W. An­
GRAND DAUGHTER RULER OF
BL'HBCRII’TION RATKH
Dallas.
Tex.
Mrs.
Stephens
comes derson. E J. Magruder, J. II WUson,
ir---------------------------------------------- 8S.M
ELKS DIES SUDDENLY
ITesidlng Elder of lata Angeles. OaL.
Mix Mouths _________________________ 1.4«
tea
from
one
of
the
leading
educational
East firs tend Schuyler Sts.
Mrs. Nora F. Taylor, grand daugh
l.H
Vacationing In California
Editor E. D. Cannady. F. D. Thomas,
Inatltuttons
in
Texas.
Tillitson
Col
­
Rev. J. W. Andersen, Pastor
ter Ruler ot the Elks, who was elect­
Mrs. A. M. Cochrane writes from
well known caterer, and Mrs. Caa­
Res 42* Tillamook St
ed at the convention in Chicago, died lege. Austin. Tsx. where she pur­
Lua
Angeles.
Cal.,
to
friends
In
Port
­
sued both literary and music, special­ nady gave helpful, brief talks. Rev.
Telephone East SOS*
suddenly
at
her
home
tn
Chicago
IMPORTANT!
A. R. Fox was master of ceremonies, land. that she la haviug a wonder­
Our pastor returned last Saturday
Monday evening. September
10th. ising in pianoforte.
All communications for publication
ful
vacation
In
California.
Mrs.
Coch
­
Mr. and Mrs. Stephens are highly Delicious refreshments were dis-
or otherwise should be addressed to
morning from Loa Angeles, California,
Her untimely death came as a shock
penned by a committee of ladles and rane has been gone several weeks.
The Advocate Publishing Company.
where he attended the national Bap­
to her many friends, also the frater- respected by the citlsens ot Astoria,
s
e
•
Sults 811 Macleay Building. Portland.
where they were one of the tew col­ gentlemen
tist convention
H<> preached two
nal circles, especially Elkdom.
Oregon.
•
•
•
At Seaside
ored families there, and where they
able sermons during the day, Mr.
Defeated Former Ruler
Advertising rates made known on
Chicagoans Here
Mrs. George Mullen writes from W. W. Brown united with the church,
application.*
Mrs Taylor was commented on at conducted a successful business until
Mr and Mrs. J. A. Bullard, , who Seaside that she Is spending a very Many persons
the memoriable fire, December 8th,
the convention as follows:
greeted the pastor and
“Don’t ask tor rights
Take them.
l
have been vacationing for seven
pleasant two weeks, the weather be complimented him on his sermons.
An' don't let anny wan give them to ye.
The most surprising thing. of 1933. which almost destroyed the en­
A rt»ht that is handed to ye Cr naw-
in California, are In the city Ing fine. Mrs. Robert 'awrence and
thin' hax someth la' the matter with it.”
The pastor will fill the pulpit morn­
course, was the defeat of Daughter tire town. After the fire, however, i weeks
—Mr. Dooley._________ _ ___________________
Mr. Stephens and his late brother, J. for a tew days, accompanied by Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Smith spent a few days ing and evening next Bunday,
Mamie
Hodges
for
the
office
of
grand
They haw rtjrhts who dare maintain
J. M. Scott of 1 am Angeles, Cal., who with Mr. and Mrs. W. 8 Badger at
them."—James Huaaell Lowell
daughter ruler. For fifteen years she L. Stephens, who recently drowned
will travel with them as far as Van Gearhart, who entertained at dinner
BETHEL A. M. I. CHURCH
has successfully defeated every as­ In a take near Seaside, re-opened on
couver. B. C., from which point the | Monday
evening In their honor.
Exchange
street,
where
they
were
A BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Larrabee and McMillan Strssts
pirant for her throne, but early the
Bullards will return to Chicago and Those sharing honors with Mesdames
Rsv. A. R. Fox, D. D.. Pastor
word was being passed that she was again successful.
Mrs. Scott will raturn to her Callfor lawrence and Smith was Mrs. Mul­
Portlanders
who
know
Mr.
and
Mrs
Jesus the Healer: Now when the
Phone East 110/
to go. and when election time came
nla home.
len The party motored later In the
sun was setting, all they that had
I. L. Jameson, Assistant
the opposition had manned their Stephens are anxious to have them
eveulng to Beaslde and spent a tew
any sick with divers diseases brought
Phone Walnut MOO
forces tn sufficient numbers to elect locate here, as they will be a won­
M m Keene to Visit Relatives
hours visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joaepb
derful asset to the community. Mrs.
them unto Him. and He laid Hi»
Daughter
Nora
Taylor
of
Chicago
by
ON OUR 20TH ANNIVERSARY
Miss Norma Keene, pretty young Stevens and Mrs J. R. Stevens.
hands on every one of them, and
FIRST A. »... I. ZION CHURCH
over 100 majority. Daughter Taylor Stephens’ mother. Mrs. J. H. Cham
here, is a prominent clliaena of Dal­ stenographer In a local Insurance of-
healed them.—Luke 4:40.
41?
««.„urns Ave., Rev. I. J, fila*
I
is
a
noted
evangelist
and
has
done
(Western Outlook. Oakland. Cal.)
las. Tex.
tlce. will leave on the 24th tor a vlait
Mr. and Mrs J. Johnson of Los gruder, A. B. Paster. Parsonage. 2S0
We are sorry this week to report great work in the order.
e
e
e
to relatives in eeversl Montana cities, Angeles, California, arrived in the Cook Ave. Phone Walnut S174.
WESTERN OUTLOOK 30 YEARS the death of the Portland Times. In­
Contracted Fever
Bishop Lee Entertained
including Butte. Helena and Missoula. city Wednesday from California and
OLD
Come to Zion church, Bunday, and
Mr».
Taylor
had
recently
returned
asmuch as it was started to kill off
Bishop B. F. Lee, Sr. Blabop of Miss Keene plana to be gone about will spend two weeks as the house hear Rev Magruder on Christian Fol
from Liberia, where she had organ­
the
Advocate,
of
which
E.
D.
Cannady
The Western Outlook of San Fran
three weeks.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. U L Camp­ lowahip at 11 a. m. and at 8 o'clock
is editor, and has been for twenty ised a temple of Daughter Elks. It Bethel A. M. E. Church, and his
cisco and Oakland. Calif., celebrated
bell. 120« K Sherman street. Mrs. on "Thu laird's Jewels.'* A treat la
years, we feel that Brother Cannady was while in Liberia she contracted daughter. Mrs. Mary Effie Lee-New-
Its 30th birthday anniversary on ths
Leaves
for
the
South
Johns
Is an aunt of Mrs Campboll, In store for all.
some,
were
honored
at
a
reception
the
fever
that
later
proved
fatal.
Her
was little too severe on them. There
15th. The Outlook, like most ot the
Mesdames L. V. Larrimore and Geo. and both Mr. and Mrs. Johns were
sure are some rocks and shoals in success in organising the temple un-1 at Bethel Church. Tueeday evening.
journals run by our people, has had
dec adverse circumstances was one of the occasion being the 82nd birthday W Collins of Austin. Texas who bave here last summer end are pleasantly INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH
the journalistic sea.
a mighty hard struggle to weather
anniversary ot Bishop Lee.
The been visiting Mr. and Mr» James D. remembered by many Portlanders
•24 N. 10th Street
The Portland Advocate celebrated merit.
the storm of oppression, of opposi­
■
Bishop
gave
a
splendid,
practical
talk Patton. 155 N. 12th street, for the who met them then.
Rev. E. C. Dyer, Pastor
The
office
of
Grand
Daughter
Ruler
its 20th anniversary last week with
tion and adversity, from within the
The services last Bunday were well
a special number
It was full of will be held by Vice-Daughter Ruler
ranks of the race as well as without.
Mrs. Laura Williams of New York «3rd street. Mr. Cravens Is a brother guests. The house was most beaut I attended and everyone expressed
But now. after thirty years, the edi­ fi
City, until next election.
of Mrs. Kemp. The party will mo fully decorated with cut flowers for themselves aa being grestly benefit-
tor. J Lincoln Derrick, comes up
to rto Loa Angeles from here, where the occasion. Mrs. It. II Clark en­ ted by being at the house of God.
smiling, as it were, still fighting for
Surprise Party Enjoyed
they will be the guests of Mr. and tertained Tuesday, August 4th, st There Is s noticeable Increase In the
the right and condemning the wrong I
Mrs. E. Q. Howard ot 15«7 Mobile Mrs. Clarence Pritchett. »«4 8. Nor­ the residence of Mrs. John Hosier. attendance at all services and, of
While the Advocate is ten years the
street, was delightfully surprised on mandy street,
Mrs Vernon Orvlss 1734 Russell streoL Berksley. More course. It Is because here is where
Outlook's junior, yet its editor knows
No. 1—10th and Morrison Streets. Atwater 1810
last Thursday evening, when mem­ left Wednesday tor Nashville, Tenn., than 30 guests were present.
Ruth the good old time way of singing Is
from experience just bow rough the
bers and friends of the Violet Art where she was called to the bedside Martin, 13yearold daughter of Mr had; svery body expected to sing;
No.
2
—
143
Fourth
Street
at
Alder
Main
18*7
road ot a newspaper man is. and
Club, of which she Is a member, call­ of her mother, Mrs. Bailie B Slone. and Mrs. Geo. C. Martin, was the win aud the Gospel, pure and simple, with­
therefore can truly and sincerely con­
No. 3—Williams Avenue and Russell Street. East 3085
ed at 9 o'clock, laden with delicacies who Is quite 111 at this writing.
tier of a beautiful string of pearls out mixture. Is being preached.
gratulate The Outlook on ita 30th
of all kinds, and made merry till late
offered by the Jenkins Jewelry Com-
The dilcken dinner last Haturdsy
Mrs.
M.
E.
Gray
and
son
came
to
No 4—1010 Belmont Street. Tabor 8623
anniversary and wish for it contin­
hours. The evening was spent, play­
was a splendid success. 863 50 was
California
on
a
sad
mission,
bringing
ued success.
ing games. Interspersed by the tale
realised from same.
with them the body of Earl White,
of Done Away's Farm, by Mr How­
son and brother, wblcb was Interred
LEAVING THE SOUTH
ard to the tune. ot sweet stringed
SL Phillips Mission
in Los Angeles. They ar* the guests
music.
Mrs. Howard left Monday
For Dinners, Luncheons, Teas, Socials. Parties, Receptions,
24th and Bavlar Days
this week of Dr. and Mrs. O. Roy
Many causes have been given as
morning for her home in New Or­
Dances, Entertainments of all kinds, and for
Morning service, 11 a. m ; Sunday
Busch.
Dr. B. Jay Lackley, who Is
to why colored people are leaving the
leans. La.
LODGE MEETINGS
School. 13 m. Archdeacon Black In
now located at Cincinnati. Ohio,
THIS BEAUT1F
South in such large numbers, but
use the
charge; Mr. B. Colee. lay reader. A
writes A. D. Lebon. That he will
none are more logical and reasonable
FORMER LOS ANGELES BOY ONLY soon leave for Oakland, where he ox-
cordial welcome awaits you at SL
than that given by those who are
GRADUATE OF DELAWARE
Phillips
pects to locate permanently,
Atter
making the exodus. The reason la:
BOARD OF PHARMACY
graduating from Maharry, Dr. Lack-
they want better schools, equal civil
Tills Comb Io Well Worth 81.00
Seventh Dey Adventist Mission,
Washington. D. C., Sept. 18.—R. E. ley spent two years In the Mercy
and political rights and justice in
242 Russell strsot. J. W. Miller, pas
Hospital
at
Philadelphia.
Pa.
A
beau
­
Banks. Jr., the son of Mr. and Mrs.
the courts; they want higher wages
tor.-We extend to you a standing
R. E. Banks of 1523 West 35th street, tiful house party was given by Mrs.
381 East Morrison Street
and better living conditions; they
invitation to all our services
Cora
Ford
and
Mrs.
Amelia
Levlgne,
was the only graduate of fourteen
Rates Reasonable
Service Supreme
want better traveling accommoda­
Babbath School at 10 o’clock; Bible
Solid Brass. w»o4»e handle
white and three colored to puss the 1114 32nd street, honoring Miss Ma­
Phone East 8007
814 Inches Ions welshl « ounces,
tions; a just distribution of public
study at 11 A. M Y. P. M V. 8.
rie
Roth.
1127
Clanton
street,
Los
An
­
given as a present to all who take
last state board examination given by
DINNERS SERVED EVERY SUNDAY
funds to take care of the dependent
3:48 P. M.
advaataga of our greet
geles, sister of Mrs. Levlgne. The
the Delaware Board of Pharmacy.
members of their race; the abolish­
bouse
was
beautifully
decorated
for
Dr. Banks, prior to the time that
ment of the convict lease system and
-v
I
he entered school at Howard Univer- the occasion with ent flowers of the
the end to whipping bosses; the pass­
JUST WRITS TO US AND SAYt-
.slty was a resident ot Loa Angeles season, and about 50 responded to pay
T «veald Ube io fat a hair sir aicbt«nlM and
ing of certain cropping tendency sys­
•bampoo comb fraa
Sand ma particular« re­
and will be remembered by many of respects and say goodbye to Miss tard
inf your No 11*4 offer “
tem and non-settlement practices now
Roth,
who
left
on
the
Padrs
for
Los
Be
sure
and
write
rour
name and addreee
the race in that city. He is the bro­
tn vogue in many localities; they
plainly, and full particular« will be aent you.
I. B. P. O, E. OF THE WORLD
350 Glisan Street, in Park Hotel, opposite New Postoffice
Angeles on Wednesday.
Mesdames Do not wait, writb to day tor this offer will not
ther
of
Miss
Erma
Banks,
a
recent
want freedom from fear of mobs and
I Bat lone
W« are doinf thia to advart Ha
B. J. JOHNSON, Proprietor
S.
L.
Day.
Louis
Hsrrts
and
E.
W.
graduate from the county school ot
IWa Hair Fowsadn and Pord'a Hah
lynchings, and from all group rule,
OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TO 10 P. M.
<x»anba.
Ford entertained at an elaborate din­ Straightening and
nursing.
visible or Invisible, and the guaran
0
Addraaa your letter to
All Kinds of Meats Barbecued—Serve You Here, or You May Take
ner party. August 29th, at the home
tee of police protection. They want
THE OZONIZED OX HARROW CO.
It H ome
BERKELEY ANO OAKLAND NEWS of Mrs. Ford, 720 Willow street, for
Inter-racial
misunderstanding
and
WARSAW
ILLINOIS
SPECIAL
prejudice wiped out, and restored
Ham and Eggs. Bacon and Eggs. Hot Cakes and Coffee. Served from
(By A. D. Lebon)
confidence In their white neighbors;
8 A 11. to 11 A. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen O. Newman, 569
they want economic freedom undia
EXTRA
I
32nd street, had as their guest, Sun­
turbed and Industrial opportunities
Merchant’s Lunch Served from 11 A. M. to 2:30 P. M.
day, Mr. R. B. De Frants, secretary
In ebon, they want an equal chance
BARBECUE
International Committee of Young
and an equal opportunity with the
Served at All Hours
Men's Christian Association, New
white race to live and let live, and
York City. Mr. De Frants spoke at
enjoy the fruits of their labor.
the morning services at Campbell St.
church. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Clayton,
TO BE RECALLED«?)
Mrs. Ray Towns and Presley 8. Win­
field motored to San Jose, Calif., Mon­
Petitions are being widely circo-
day, where they were royally enter­
luted for the purpose of recallinc
tained by Mrs. D. W. Boyer and Miss
Governor Pierce. It Is said that the
Doris Williams at the beautiful home
effort is meeting with ready response
of Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Boyer, 446 Sth
Several causes are given ivt
for the
luv av
re­
ROSE CITY LODGE NO. Ill
street.
Mrs. Charles Gibson and
call. The main < one, however, is ■
P. O. E. OF W-, MEETS the 2ND
daughter Lois left for Sacramento,
stated by an authority on politics, is
AND 4TH WEDNESDAY EVEN-
Calif., where they will spend a few
that the Governor has not obeyed
INGB OF EACH MONTH AT THE
days with friend i and relatives. Miss
the K. K. K. orders, to which organi-
•TAG AUDITORIUM, 881'4 EABT
sat Ion. It is said, the Governor owes
Libby Boyer of 44« N. Sth street. Ban
MORRISON STREET. ALL VISIT*
Jose, Calif., who has been confined to
his election, ■Whether or not the re- !
ING BROTHERS ARE CORDIALLY
her bed for several weeks. Is much
call is a success or a failure, it prom
INVITED.
improved at this writing, to the de­
ises to be a red-hot fight from start
D. CANNADY, E. R.
light of her many friends. Mrs. Ber-
to finish. And while the klan has
811 Macleay Bldg.
Hats
cleaned
and
blocked
to
suit
you.
dle Marshall, who has been at the
not taken any stand, for or against
MINOR, Secretary.
Yes, we clean everything from neckties up to rugs, blankets, etc.
bedside ot her sister since her Ill­
the Governor, just the same the opin­
41* Abington Bldg.
Suits and Overcoats made to your individual measure.
ness Is planning to return to Chicago.
ion prevails that the whole game is
Satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded.
(11. Sllvesta Simms, who has been
being played by that orgsmization.
Our prices are very reasonable. Olve us a trial. We will please you.
spending his vacation in Los Angeles
The Governor, in a public statement,
•nd Elsinor, returned home Sunday.
is quoted as having said that his
Call East 025S for
Mr. and Mrs. Gue Cravens and Frank
friends end supporters will lick them
TAYLOR THE TAILOR
Robinson of Or eat burg, Kans., who
to a fraxile.
J. W. INGERSOLL. Prop.
are touring the States, are the house I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Kempon,
SWEAT OF HIS BROW
News ot
the Churches
Economy Drug Stores
HAIR STRAIGHTENING
ANO SHAMPOO COMB
Stag Auditorium and
Club Rooms
BIG OFFER NO. 1144
BARBECUE PLANT
Lodge Directory
The Up-to-Date
Cleaning & Tailoring Co
leans
K
LOTHES
LEAN
£
Laboriously pushing a heavily lad­
en truck In one of the government
departments at Washington, a col­
ored employee confided that he was
"perspiring tor a higher job.
YES, THERE IS NO ROOM
WHAT TIS? WRLL
WHAT.
WMAT
NOTICE
IT'S THE CLAUS E
S ating ™ s wom ­
an must love
seRvE and obey
HER
MUSSA N D
THE RE NOW I
that ooca
SETTLE
(Mobile, Ala., News)
Ths cry tor housing Is becoming
plaintive and the situation critical.
We are asked to make room for col­
ored Democrats. "For Rent" eigne
are disappearing.
BISHOP LEE
The HL Rev. B. F. Lee of Bethel
A. M. E church celebrated his 82nd
birthday anniversary, Tuesday, the
llth, at Portland, Oregon.
But the venerable prelate can still
rightly be called an intellectual giant.
By Russell
Dahlia Temple No. 202, I. B. P. O.
E. of W., of Portland, Oregon, meets
the let and 3rd Tueeday nights in
each month at Stag Auditorium.
All visiting Daughter Elks In good
standing In their respective Temples
are Invited to meet with us.
LOUISE THGMA8,
Daughter Ruler,
BEATRICE H. CANNADY,
Daughter Secretary.
Syracuse Lodge, K,
of P. No. 1, meets the
second and fourth Fri­
day nights In each
month. All Sir Knights
In good standing are
rL,t"rn“ Hall- 73» Missis-
•Ippl Ave. E. D. Cannady, C.O., 311
Macleay Bldg. Boyce Strain K of
P 4 8.
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