The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, October 27, 1923, Page 2, Image 2

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UNEMPLOYMENT IN TRINIDAD
STIMULATES EMIGRATION
(Lincoln Service)
TRINIDAD. B. W. I.. Oct 14.—Ow­
ing to lack of employment and hard
limes existing here sluce the first of
the year, emigration to the United
States from Trinidad. Tobago and
O i nada has been Increasing enorm
oualy. Steamers of the Ijtmport and
Holt Line and the Furness Withy
Company leave with every
berth
filled with emigrants. Both line* are
booked up until February.
This
wave of emigration Is mostly of the
colored race, and of the better sort,
many of them craftsmen and skilled
laborers
VOTERS!
GO TO THE POLLS AND VOTE ON NOVEMBER «TH!
VOTE 301 X NO
Vote hi favor of the wags-earaer
VOTE 301 X NO
Vote
VOTE 301 X NO
Vote agalnat a new pot It leal machine
VOTE 301 X NO
301 X NO
Vote against additional tax eaters
VOTE 301 X NO
Vote In favor of yourself and family
VOTE 301 X NO
Vote against the state Income tax
VOTE Ml X NO
Vote In favor of prosperity for Oregon
VOTE 301 X
STATE
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INCOME TAX REFERENDUM LEAGUE
SOI Wilcox Building
CYRIlfO BROWNELL
(Paid Advertisement)
REV. J. LOGAN ¿AAW B1T5
Rev. Craw, former pastor of the lo­
cal Bethel A. M. E. church, passed in­
to the Great Beyond. Monday, Octo­
ber 15th. at the home of his mother,
Parsons. Kans. The Rev. Mr. Craw
had been In poor health for some
time, but held onto his work until j
he suffered a complete nervous
breakdown, which occurred in Se­
attle. Waah., while pastoring the
church there, and from which he
never recovered. Rev. Craw has a
host of friends here and all • through ' i
the Northwest who will receive this !
news with deepest sorrow. The Ad- 1
vocate along with many others ex- I
tends ita sympathy to the bereaved
mother and wife, who waa so devot ’
ed to her husband and his work.
ELKS LAY CORNERSTONE
The Imperial Lodge of New York,
I. B. P. O. E of W, No. 127. amidst
a very impressive ceremony laid the
cornerstone
of their magnificent I
lodge hall which it now in course of
construction, on Sunday. September
16th, at ICO and 164 West 12th street
The participants in the ceremony
were the Brooklyn Lodge of Brook­
lyn, N. T.; Progressive Lodge of Jer­
sey City, N. J.; West Chester Lod;e
of Tarrytown, Pa.; Empire Lodge of
New Rochelle. N. Y.; Liberty Lodge
of Jamaica; Enterprise Lodge of Co­
rono; East Rock Lodge of
New
Haven, Conn., and the Most Worship­
ful Grand Master and his staff of the
Grand Lodge of Prince Hall, F. and
A. M. of New York City. The Man
hattan and The Monarch Elk Lodges
of New York refused to take part in
the program because of the particl-
pation of the Mesons
SCHOOL OF MUSIC ANNOUNCES
The Coleridge-Taylor
School of
Music Is the name of a Musical col­
lege established in 1915 ai 5 East
36th Place, Chicago, III. Announce-
ments are out for the 1923-1924 sea-
NEW WONDERFUL PREPARATION
FOR NAPPY, WIRY HAIR!
MAKES ANY HAIR SMOOTH AND WAVY IN THREE MINUTES
Hers la ths most important beauty
dlacovsry of ths ago. Already tena of
thousands of men. women and chil­
dren of ths Race are uaitut thia won­
derful preparation for making any
hair soft, smooth and wavy.
The wonderful new discovery is
railed KINKOUT and la now being
prepared for the grateful publie by
ZURA. Inc.. MS S. Dearborn St,
Chicago. It comes unly tn green and
yellow tubes and absolutely la guar­
anteed.
This Is th* age ut Kl*ntino ndr-
KINKOUT Is almpl« to apply Just
rub a little on according to simple
directions printed un each package,
comb the hair a tew minute« and the
Job la d.-nc No fusa, no bother. Ho
easy and simple and your hair will
look so fin« you won't know your-
•elf. Don't have to uas hot irons
or sleeping cap«.
KINKOUT will not turn the hair
red under any clrcutnatanc-es
clrcumatam-ea and in
In
fact some of Ila Ingrvdlenta wore
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scalp invlgurator and balr grower
Just see what grateful paopl» ail
over the land are saying about thia
naw miracle discovery:
“Forward more KINKOUT by re­
turn malL It has proven Ita trua
value."
C P. T, Buffalo. N. Y.
“Your wonderful hair preparation.
1 am proud to any. la worthy of Ila
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about KINKOUT.*
L. E. D.. Orient«. Cuba.
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It ha/ proved ao wonderful that I am
out telling all my friends about IL"
T. M. IL. Hudson. N. T.
"KINKOUT Is a wonder 1 would
not be without it now."
W. »1. J.. Tarboro. N. a
“This la the third lube I have used
and It cloee toy hair more good than
anything 1 have «ver used."
P. J . Calera. Ala.
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IL J.. Washington. D. C.
"I received my KINKOUT a few
day« ago and It la a wonder. I am
telling my friends of your wonder­
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J. K. If., Athena Oa.
"KINKOUT makes a wonderful
difference In my appearance “
C. It. Philadelphia. Pa.
“KINKOUT made me very happy.“
il T, HL Loula. Mo.
KINKOUT la baaed upon the
caballatlo medical learning of the an­
cient Moot« and lhe modern «den­
tists who discovered It are now giv­
ing It to the grateful public under
the name of Zura. Inc. They are lo­
cated at 444 H Dearborn HL
aclea. Old women are l«elng mad«
young. Mm fly In aeroplane« and
talk bv radio Not the laaat of mod­
ern dlacoverles ta thia new. simple
piwparallon fur taking the kinks out
of unruly hair, B’s fine for straight
hair, too. making It lay duwn
with a flue polish.
BRAZILIAN POLICE TO REGU­
LATE SERVANTS
V <>te
Vote in favor of the farmer ..
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RIO UK JANEIRO. Brasil. Ort 14
—Outstripping *11 of Its competitors,
such as the cost of living, taxes and
unemployment, the servant problem
has been turned »ver to the police
tor regulation by, executive order.
Servants were not only hard to se-
cure and retaln but the rule obtained
that the Ingratiating applicant for a
servant's berth we* usually an ex-
perlenced and clever thief, who de­
camped with every movable article In
the house. The new order requires
that all servants hold cards of Iden­
tification from the police and that
they must register before accepting
employment. The decree applies to
domestic service of all kinds—cooks,
butlers, maids, laundry girls, garden­
ers. nurses, seamstresses, waiters in
hotels and restaurants, bartenders,
janitors and even office boys.
PRESIDENT CONFERS WITH
EQUAL RIGHTS LEAGUE
WASHINGTON. D. C, Oct. »4.—
President Coolidge listened to an ap­
peal by a delegation from the Na­
tional Equal Rights League. The del­
egation made up of a dosen colored
men and women from various sec­
tions registered a protest against the
segregation of members of their race
In public vehicles and other public
places tn Washington.
The President was also asked to
g‘v< his attention to the disfranchise­
ment of the Negroes In Southern
States; to placo colored men and
women In charge of the Veterans'
Hospital at Tuskegee; to pardon or
parole 70 colored soldiers, serving
terms at Fort Leavenworth peniten­
tiary. and to hold up diplomatic rela­
tions with Mexico until tho Obregon
government has removed the ban on
the emigration of colored clllxens of
ti e United States into that country.
a large I-Inch tube, enough to last
an average family months for only
4100. Thia la equivalent to many
ordinary tube«. ZURA will also give
free with each order for a limited
period of time one Ito bar of
peroxide bath aoap with each order
of KINKOUT. Write today before
It 1» too late. We guarantee that If
KINKOUT la not fully aa wonderful
as described your money will be Im­
mediately returned. Bend In today.
New, before thia great offer la with­
drawn.
Hand
cash.
money-orders
or
•tamps tor Olia «follar and ymi wlli
receive by _ return
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mali
extra
large tube of wonderful KINKOUT
together with one bar of pern rids
Whitener Soap free. Hand all money
end letter« Io Or. Ibon Renali, ZURA,
in«, SOS S. Dearborn Bl.. Chisage.
Agenta can make a fortune In
every oily, county and etale In the
United Htaleo. An eastern minister
makes >•40 a week In a email town
In hla Spam time. Write today be­
ONE BAR OF SOAP FREE!
fore goamone else beats you to It.
In order to Introduce thia wonder­ Ask for liberal confidential proposi­
ful preparation Zl.'KA. Inc, will send tion to agent*
KINKOUT la fur aal« at all good drusalata. Tour druggist can get It If ho
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wants la Insist un ths genuine
KINKOUT In green and yellow tubes Huballtulsa may bo dangerous
COLORED PEOPLE ORDEREDOUT
OF OREGON TOWN
Arthur Maxwell and Joe Jones, two
colored citlxens of Klamath Falls.
Oregon, have been run out of Klam
ath Falls during The past few days,
according to reports received here.
It Is said the Ku Klux Klan Is re­
sponsible
for anonymous
letters
which were received by the men prior
to their leaving
Jones and Maxwell were both
rested September 25 In a raid
Sheriff l»w and pleaded guilty
possession of intaxicatlng liquor,
is also said that all colored people
the town who own pleasure cars have
been ordered to leave town.
Hallowe’en
Goods
NUT CUPS
PARTY FAVORS
TALLY CARDS
STREAMERS
DANCE PROGRAMS
DECORATIONS
PRIZES
Everything for Your Party
Second Floor
The J. K. Gill Co.
Booksellers, Stationers and Office Outfitters
Fifth and Stark Streets
RADIANTFIRE
at the Gas Co
Burna about 3 cents of gas per HOUR
Instantaneous, Clean, Attractive
PRICES INCLUDE PIPING & INSTALLATION
To First Floor
Gas Salesrooms, Alder near Fifth
Dear Friend:
You who know the advantage of a
good, competent and accredited mu
sic teacher won't miss this oppor­
tunity to enroll your children In these
special clasaes:
Beginners or
advanced
pupils,
prices suitable.
Pupils' progress attentively
watched.
A special kindergarten music class
every Wednesday afternoon where
your little tots can successfully be
Interested in music and its refine­
ments.
For further information call Wal­
nut 4643.
MISS KATHERINE SIMPSON,
Teacher.
A total of 65,124 children had en-
rolled In Washington, D. C, schools
October 8, of which number 20.969
are colored. This enrollment is slight­
ly lower than reported at the same
time last year, but the officials ex­
pect the figure to reach 70,000 by No­
vember 1.
A DOZEN GOOD
REASONS FOR
SA YING
THIS BEAUTIFUL
HAIR STRAIGHTENING
AND SHAMPOO COMB
This Coasb la Well Worth *1.00
WHAT WASHINGTON THINKS OF THE OREGON INCOME
TAX ACT
(Portion of editorial reprinted from the Tacoma, Washington, News-Tribune)
!i.°7.gOn en,ct* thl* l,w' • ««»MSB opportunity la provided for the State
of Washington, even though we are loath to take advantage of the folly
and misfortune of a neighbor. An income tex law will put Oregon in the
same class as North Dakota and will make outside capital gun shy when It
comes to investing in her industries.
If
_ Washington maintains its - poise amid
------- the flood of semi-soclallstic and
destructive legislation that is now proposed and rejects the Income tax
measure, it will share with Southern California the Influx of capital to the
coast. Let It join Oregon In such a law and the Pacific Northwest auto­
matkally will sign an industrial suicide pact.
As a sample of how this income tax talk affects Eastern capital. Incidents
*** cited regarding a well-known Tacoma concern. This company
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had
tflade plana to double Its capacity this year, adding many more employes
to its staff when Eastern investors, who were to finance the improvement
learned of the proposed Income tex law they promptly withdrew their cap­
ital and took it to more favored fields.
Tacoma will lose a score or more of families which It would have had
if the proposed addition had been made.
Furnishing your own home with
dream furniture—what fun the
planning la!
You demonstrated your ability to
save
when
you
accumulated
enough money to buy or build
the home
You can certainly
save enough more to furnish It.
Havings soon grow when the
bank keeps them working and
pays you Interest.
LADD 6 TILTON
BANK
Oldest in the Northweei
God give him a tremendous responsi­
bility. There are six millions of us
who are not going to leave It all to
God. We are telling the world of our
program of organising four hundred
millions of Negroes.
"The Negro Is In a bad mood—ths
New Negro must give him something
or he's going to raise cane down
here.”
"Some Negroes we don’t want here
and we don't want them In Africa."
"Some Negroes pray to God for
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