The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, November 03, 1923, Page 4, Image 4

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t tonal Apple Week. The Advocate
and Its house will
To tho Apple
Growers' Association and the Cham­
ber of Commerce of Hood River, Ore­
gon we are again Indebted.
THB ADVOCATE
Saturday, November I, 1*13
ABTBSAV
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measure and thereby help your state
to attract capital which means bust
neas enterprises, more work and bet­
ter pay rolls for the laborer
News of
the Churches
INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH
ttVs N. 10th Street
Rev. R. C. Dyer, Pastor
•HORT CUT«
ROLAND HAYES
SUBSCRIPTION RAT
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(By Lincoln Service)
(By Trials Breaux)
The services last Sunday were wall
At Bakersville. N. C-. 77 "leading
attended
The musical program In
cltlsens" were indicted for unlawful
already designing their Japanese coa- Edward Benjamin and Harold Reeee
Mrs. Shackleford Honored
the evening was uul of the ordinary
composed
s
party
at
the
comic
opera
assembly in connection with recent
turnea
which
will
be
worn
on
that
oc
­
Mi*. James Shackleford who re­
“lolanthe” Friday evening, the 3<tb. and we want to use thia method In
violence tn forcing colored people lo cently camo boro trow Loo Angeles, casion.
•
os
All enjoyed the performance greatly. thanking those who took a part.
leave that vicinity.
to make her home with her parents,
Sunday. November 4. In the morn­
OSO
Comic Opera Enjoyed
Mr. and Mrs J. D. Fort, has been the
ing. there will be a short sermon and
Mlnnosotlan Entertained
Ruanda, the country of gianu. cov­ recipient of a number of entertain­
Meadamee K. D Cannady. George
In
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Harris, 4*3 the regular covenant mealing.
ering an area in Africa larger than ments. among which was a dinner II Benjamin. W L. Reese, J. D Dis
the sute of Connecticut, has been Sunday at the residence of Mr. and mond. 8 K. Hll. Irvle Flowers. Ells Rodney avenue, entertained Sunday the evening the third's supper will be
administered.
You are Invited to
ceded to Belgium by Great Britain
Misses Thelma at dinner, Mrs R W Farrell of St
Mrs G. V. Grayson
Saturday she abelh Thompson;
worship with us.
Paul.
Minn
Covers
were
laid
for
Oort.
Nannie
M
Ivey.
Imogene
Clark
­
was a luncheon guest of Mrs W B.
A. M sermon, subject, "Running
Fred D. McCracken. prominent re­ Holmes, afterwards a visit was made ston. Norma Keen and the Messrs. eight.
the Christian race"—Heb 11:1.
altor of St. Paul, was refused service to the fast navy ship, the Omaha.
P M, "It la Time to Go.'*—Mark
In a leading department store in that
e
e
o
14:41.
city and the colored people have boy­
Tho Stock Show
cotted the establishment tn reprisal
Several parties have been arranged
ML Olivet Baptist Chureh
East Firs land Sehuylsr Sts.
Whether or not married women for the International Livestock Show
Rsv. J. W. Anderson, Pastor
shall be allowed to teach, to the ex­ next week, and society In general Is
Rss. 4M Tillamook St
clusion of maidenly and spinster eli­ evidencing much intcrest In thia big
event.
Telephone East BOBS
gible products of the Normal unit,
see
The services of tho church were
is the heated question to occupy the
Mah Jong Party Planned
all that could be expected spiritually,
front of the stage tn Washington’s
Mesdames J D Diamond and E
NOT AFTER US YET. SAYS
I” attendance and finance. Many
perennial school controversy.
D Cannady have planned a Mah Jong
PICKENS
strangers wore present. One united
with ibe church.
By Jamen N. Simms. LL.D, Author of Simms
Confessing that she stole a watch party for the pleasure of a tew of
In the North. East and West. Mr.
Rev. Broyleo, of Iowa, preached
and chain from a colored cSet to re­ their friends to be given at the lat­
Blue Book. Ite.
Colored Man. they are not coming
lu the morning and the pastor preach­
turn to her old home at Roanoke. ter's home In Irvington In the near
after you (yet) with tar and tenth
ed an able sermon as usual from the
Va.. Lula Wade, colored maid .at future. Some of those who are to
kept by all parties, would be sue
BUSINESS APPOINTMENTS
era. or whip and rope. They are
subject. "The Burprloee of Religion,
White Plains. N. T, was provided participate In this unique party are
cessfully carried out. Hence to dis­
coming first—in the way In which
and I must see tor Myself." Many
with a purse by the grand jury of
WHEN JESUS WALKED THE
All appointments and engagements appoint on an occasion of this sort
they can come and get away with it.
congratulated him on the sermon and
Westchester County, who refused to
WATER
of whatever kind should bo kept to may cause great financial loss, as the splendid way ho outlined IL The
—after your JOB, after vonr child's
indict her and started her on her
well as a loss of confidence tn and
the minute.
seat in the UNSEGREGATED
II Y. P. U. had a splendid mooting.
way.
We read of many miracles In the
But when a party to an appoint­ respect for the party who disregards Mrs. Bishop's office secretary of the
SCHOOL, after your halfequal ac­
days when Jesus walked on the water '
ment finds that It la Impossible tor this engagement.
commodations In public places, after
Oregon
Baptist
State Convention
Don’t fail to eat an apple a day and we think of those days as gone
It la therefore necessary that be
him to keep his engagement it Is his
your elective or appointive office of
sang two fine solos. Tho choir of
during National Apple Week. October forever. But once tn a while our at­
duty to notify all other parties con fore entering Into an Important en­
any kind. Once they get your status
31-November 7.
tention Is called to some miraculous corned that It Is impossible for him gagement that one carefully consider our church went to Salem. Oregon.
lowered in these ways, then the tar
phenomena In some psrt of the coun­ to meet them at the time and place whether they will be able to beep It Tuesday night and rendered a pro­
and feathers, the rope and the con­
gram in the Pint Baptist church
try or the other In this day and time.
MOTEL NOTES
stated. This notification should sug­ or not and where there Is any doubt
venient limb will be not only prob­
Hut we are prone to think of It In a gest some other time and place tor notify the other party at the Ums More than 400 people listened to
able but Inevitable. It la only a de­
them The pastor end some of the
George Wilson, bead cursory manner and soon forget, but fulfilling the engagement
of your probable Inability to meet shoir
graded people that can be so treated.
members went out to the Boys'
In the words of the relater of this
waiter
at
The
Multnomah,
In case of a business engagement him Then all considerations based
and the firat move, therefore, will
Training
School and rendered a pro­
wonderful
story,
"when
It
happens
In
dropped deed In the din­
one who breaks It without due notice upon this appointment should be con­ gram at 7 P M .
naturally and instinctively be to de-
and then Joined the
your own home. unde r your own to all other parties concerned, if It Is ditional.
ing
room
last
week.
Wil
grade you.
remainder
of
the
choir
at tho church.
eyes
.
.
.
THEN:
Right
here
we
are
son was formerly an em
Great fortunes are often loot;
possible to give such notice, is guilty
More than 150 boys at the Stalo
I
going to publish a part of a personal
ploye
of
The
Portland.
great business schemes are often
LODGES
of an unpardonable negligence
Training School listened to our pas-
U A. Goodwin, waiter at The letter to Mrs. E. D. Cannady from her
Often times questions of the great doomed to failure; successful ven 1 lor. Mr. Drew and Mrs Bowers rea
Portland,
who
has
been
on
a
jaunt
brother-in-law.
whom
many
Portland-
Lodges. If they would get any-
eat importance, of which all parties lures are often spoiled; loss of repu-
der the program
Communion neat
where, the members must cut out so to his old home in Augusta. Ga.. Is > era know. Will Jones, of Houston, to an appointment may not be aware, tationa and even Ilfs Is often tunee
Sunday evening sad covenant after
Texas,
who
visited
here
in
1*13
and
and
reports
a
most
back
on
the
Job
much rising to and arguing about
hinges upon the development of some the result of some one's failure to the sermon
The subject Sunday
made many friends. His only daugh­
points of order and the like, and put enjoyable trip.
tact, which It the appointment were . keep his appointment.
evening.
Narrow Ecapes." The B.
ter.
Rosamond,
a
beautiful
girl
Just
who
recently
re
­
Claude
James.
on some constructive programs that
It? I can only think of the blind man T. P. U. will render a program al 7
look forward to the future growth signed from the Portland has hiked past her teens, a graduate from Ob- say here, the reason for Mr llueter's
of old. who said "One thing I know, P M Sunday Come and hear them
College.
an
excellent
musician
eel
in
out
to
California.
Institutions.
and prosperity of the
suggestion was because on the Sat­
that whereas I was blind, now I see."
Henry Hayes and Ben Rutherford, who had just entered her field of la-
urday. just the day before, while
We need to cut out so much society busman and bellhop respectively, bor as teacher, was seised with Clora (Mr Jones' wife), was chang­ Whereas 1 left my daughter at 7:38
helpless and sick unto death, with
were shipped to Gearhart Friday to Inflammatory rheumatism and ren­
snd get down to business.
ing her bed clothes, she. Rosamond,
a greet gash In her abdomen, exuding
work tn the Gearhart hotel Saturday dered helpless. When she could walk
became so sick It was thought she
she had to use two crutches, and fin­
pus. and with a swollen, painful fool,
It seems easier for a camel to and Sunday.
was dying, and Clora had to desist
J. D. Fort, veteran hotel man at ally the time came she could not
that could not touch the floor. I re­
crawl through the eye of a needle
and return her to bed at once, fan­
turned and found her sitting up. and
than for a colored family to rent a The Portland, is taking a week's rest walk even with her crutches. And ning her. rubbing her hands, etc.
here is the story of her miraculous
house tn Portland,
Why not wake cure.
Sunday night at 7:30 I went to my ever and anon standing, repeating
Charles Redd, who has been "vamp­ cure:
The
up and buy your homes?
organ seat at Trinity, leaving the "In Thy strength I stand."
“I wish 1 had space to toll of Rosa-
ing" around town for a month or
FIRST A. »... E. ZION CHURCH
household to the sick and to the wound'healed and waa closed tn
The sute income tax measure will more in his auto, has rejoined his tnond's miraculous cure of her rheu­ praying people who had not yet ar- about ten days. She continued to
417 A.uisms Ave, Rev. E. J. Ma­
matism.
and
her
operatoin
aftermath.
be voted on next Tuesday, November old job at The Portland.
rived. When 1 returned at 9:30 P. walk, but with a limp Finally, even gruder, A. B. Pastor. Parsonage. 250
Mrs. Wilson, the fascinating "check­ When you hear of something of the
Sth Vote No.
M Rosamond was silting on the edge the limp was gone. And now she Is Cook Ave. Phono Walnut 5174.
er" at The Portland. Is taking a kind happening to somebody you can
A new day seems to be dawning on
of the bed reading The Post, and If In San Antonio Junior High, teach­
look off and whistle softly: 'It may
Remember that if the sute Income month's vacation.
Zion and tho future la as bright as
she has been In bed for anything ex­ ing English and music.”
be so; I do not know', in the tune of
tax measure passes, eastern capital
s perfect day. The choir sings better
cept sleep from that wonderful night
Auld I-ang Syne. But when It hap­
For
Rent
—
4
unfurnished
rooms.
will, go another direction. It will not
HOUSE TO SELL
each week and It la truly taking Ila
to
this
good
hour,
well,
tt
has
been
i
Garfield 3310. pens tn your own household, with
come to Oregon. Vote against the I 289 Wheeler Street
Willamette Blvd, beet view prop place In the church. The two saxo­
within the last 73 hours, that's all.
your eyes upon It—then. well, that's
Now when folks ask me to explain, erty. To close estate, modern, six- phones mastered by Messrs M. P.
f.
It. "THEN!” And it happened right
I feel like telling 'em to go—well, room. garage, fruit, flowers. Room Crawford and Bert Turner and tho
Satisfaction Will Be Mutual
Phone Broadway 7222
here at 215 Robin street
any old place. How can I explain 311 Mscleay Bldg. Morrow. Bdw (807 alto voice of Mrs. Holmes add much
1 could never have believed anyone
to tho choir. Now life seems to be In
could suffer as she did with the rheu­
every department snd with thia put
matism. It was inflammatory and
Into action Zion will again take Ito
settled In her right ankle. She had
Ths Right Pises to Have Your Shoe Repairing Dona
place as the leading church In Port-
to stay In one position so long that
land. "Put-on thy strength, O Zion "
UP-TO-DATE REPAIR SHOP
350
Gllsan
Street,
in
Perk
Hotel,
opposite
New
Pootofflco
a growth developed within, and the
Sunday morning will be given over to
B. J. JOHNSON. Proprietor
Portland, Oregon
operation had to be. When I left her
272 Washington Street
song and testimony and Sunday oven
OPEN
FROM
S
A.
M.
TO
10
P.
M.
at San Antonio, the hospital physi­
Ing the pastor will preach. If you
All Klnda of Meata Barbecued—Servo You Hero, or You May Take
cian thought that the local that had
want to enjoy a real progressive
fi
It
Home
been given would make a major oper­
Christian
endeavor, visit Zion. You
SPECIAL
ation unnecessary.
So 1 returned
When You Call a Taxi-Cab
are welcome.
Ham
and
Eggs.
Bacon
and
Eggs,
Hot
Cakes
and
Coffee,
Served
from
home. Suddenly, however, It waa de­
8 A. M. to 11 A. M.
cided that she must go on the table,
Who of (he Race is no( exceeding
ly proud and inspired by the great
< avbievemeat of Roland Hayes, the
famous tenor who has been engaged
aa a soloist tor the Boston and De­
troit Symphony orchestras?
Mr
Hayes has been hailed and acclaimed
by the famous musicians of Europe
as a finished artist, and there is no
doubt bni what Mr Hayes must un
questionably be a wonderful singer
when a world tamed orchestra like
the Boston Symphony orchestra steps
over the color line and places Mr.
Hayes in one of the most prominent
and conspicuous places in its rank.
Mr. Hayes waa born end reared tn
poverty and had to struggle for his
education and to perfect himself tn
his art. and now that he has gained
success, honor and afme, the reel
ought to be easy.
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Ent«.-e4 at the I’esteffics at Portland.
Oregon.
sassed Maae use tier.
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or otherwise should be addressed to
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Suite 811 Macleay Building. Portland.
Oregon.
Advertising rates made known on
application.
BUSINESS
AND
FINANCE
I
A BIBLE THOUGHT
FOR
TODAY
ABUNDANT PARDON:—Let
wicked forsake his way, and the
righteous man his thoughts: and
him return unto the Lord, and
will have mercy upon him; and
our God, for he will abundantly par­
don.—Isaiah 55:7.
VOTERS MUST BE WHITE
The Constitution of the state of
Ohio says that all voters in Ohio
must be white male citlaens of the
United SUtes of the age of twenty-
one years This part of the Consti­
tution of Ohio is tike that of Ore­
gon which says colored folk cannot
vote, own property or reside in the
state only for a limited time. How-
ever, they are both nullified by
amendments to the United States
Constitution.
Colored people in Ohio like the
colored people in Oregon have made
efforts to have those worthless
black laws removed from the consti­
tutions but so far of no avail.
AFRICA
Africa has been hailed as the black
man's country. However, If this be
true, why is It that the greater part
of the country is under the control
of the white man It is history that
an independent colony of Great Brit-
ain holds the south of Africa and
those people, tt is thought will soon
control the northern psrt of the
country France and Italy own some
of the choicest portions of North
Africa.
However, there are many
small Independent African tribes that
have their own rulers or chiefs. But
in all that vast country there are
only two provinces of appreciable
sise over which black people rule
black people without dictation from
the white man. Abyssinia has been
hailed as the mecca for colored peo­
ple. Few people know that a woman
is the ruler of that province. She is
Empress Waixeru Zandlta, and is
the daughter of the famous Menellx.
She obtained the rulership by lndt-
Ing a rebellion against her nephew.
which resulted in his downfall, The
republic of Liberia Is thought by
many to be a part of Africa. How­
ever, it is a territory which Joins
Africa on the North. The first at­
tempt to colon lie Liberia from the <
United States originated in 1817,
which proved a failure. Thirty years
made
later another attempt was
which met with better success, Many
I
thousands of colored people went to
Liberia; they had s mighty hard time
at first and those who are there to­
day are not faring any too good.
Credit is due the American colored
man for whatever form of civil gov­
ernment and all things that they may
now call civilisation, that are now to
be found in Liberia. Nominally, Li­
beria is a republic, but a very few
people vote. Regardless of the fact
the population is a million five hun­
dred thousand, the government Is
controlled by lees than two thousand.
Taking all things into consideration,
it is not advisable that the colored
people of the United States rush pell-
mell from this country into Africa or
into any of those European posses­
sions.
Model
Shoe Repair
Kt
Call Brdy. 0098
BLACK AND WHITE
Stands at all leading hotels and all parts of
The Up-to-Date
Cleaning & Tailoring Co
leans
K
LOTHES
LEAN
Hata cleaned and blocked to suit you.
Yas, we clean everything from neckties up to rugs, blankets, etc.
8ulta and Overcoats made to your Individual measure.
Satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded.
Our prices are very reasonable. Give us a trial. Wo will please you.
Call East 0268 for
GIFTS FOR THE EDITOR
The Editor of The Advocate has
been the recipient of so many gifts
and kind expressions recently that It
is difficult to give each the proper
acknowledgement. We are taking,
therefore, this method of acknowledg­
ing the gift of a lovely letter case
of beautiful Un leather from the
Poro College, St. Louis. Mo_ through
the courtesy of Edga. E McDaniel
of the firm. This Is one of the Race’s
most substantial and progressive
business concerns and the depart-
mental heads ars on the job creating
novel methods that are conducive to
the growth and development of the
already big concern.
Another gift
which came to us this week and In
which It la likely the little Cannadys
will share. Is a large box of Winter
Banana apples from the Hood River
Apple Growers' Association through
the Chamber of Commerce of Hood
River, Oregon, tn celebration of
Ussa I Apple Week. Each apple
beauty And there Is one thing
tain. If no one else observes
the city
TAYLOR THI TAILOR
J. W. INGERSOLL, Prep.
BARBECUE PLANT
and at once. And just aa suddenly
Cora Morrow walked Into the hospi­
tal and remained till her convalens-
cence was well on the way.
Days after, with her at home, site
hovered on the border. Mr. Hueter
(Mr. Hueter is a (white) neighbor
who lives across the street from Mr.
Jones for year«* told me to let him
carry her handkerchief to be annolnt-
ed at Rev. Richey's meeting, and her
name to be given the "prayer »quad".
I
He asked that we secure at least
three persons (where two or three
are gathered In My Name,” etc.), to
come to the house that (Sunday)
night, and promptly at 8:30 to begin
prayer for her immediate healing,
calling .her by name. The "prayer
squad" would do the same Let me
"
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The Triple Triangle
Club
Will Givo a Ball at ths Stag
Club
EXTRA
Merchant's Lunch Served from 11 A. M. to 2:80 P. M.
BARBECUE
Served at All Hours
r
STEWART-SCHNEIDER CO.
MEN'S WEAR
PORTLAND HOTEL
Sevanth
BRoadway 9100
RED TOP TAXI CO
Economy Drug Stores
No. 1—10th and Morrison Streets.
Atwater 1810
THANKSGIVING NIGHT
No. 1—143 Fourth Street at Alder.
November 2*. 1*23
No. 8— Williams Avenue and Russell Street.
Webb’s Orchestra
8L Phillips Mission
14th snd Savior Daye
St. Phillip's Mission has announced
extraordinary services for Sunday
Miss Friels Shaw will be soloist.
Morning service, 11 a. m ; Sunday
School, 11 m. Archdeacon Black in
charge; Mr. B. Colee, lay reader. A
cordial welcome awaits you at St
Phillips.
No. 4-1010 Belmont Street.
Main 1887
East 8085
Tabor 8838
Day
AdvenUet
Mina Ian,
242 Russell Street
Mrs. K. O. Johnson, leader.
Sabbath School (Saturdays) at 10
A
NO? but
afool IS A PERSON WHO
TE lls all he knows B ut
DOKSsfT KNOW MUCH TO TELL
ano never LEARNS from
experience
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"z, ""
why talk .
SO MUCH ABOUT
YOURSB L F?
=
Bible study at 11 A. M.
Y. P. M. V. 8. at 1:30 P. M.
tors welcome.
Visi­
Psntocoetol Mleelen ef ths Churoh ef
God In Christ
"Ths Hsuss of Prayer**
2S Union Ave. N.
Elder Robert Boe rale. Pastor
Sunday services: 10 a. ■„ Bunday
school; 11:30 a. m. and 7:10 p. ■„
preaching.
Wash day meetings:
Monday. Wednesday and Friday tv»
"Ings, for testimonials, prayer for
healing ths sick and for tarry moot­
ings. AU ars cordially Invited to
attend.
You are cordially Invited to the
Elk's Bsrber Shop.
We carry a full lino of Hair Prep­
arations.
Msdsm Walker’s Hair Grower,
O-Pal Dressing,
Madame DeNeal Hair Grower,
Tho Star Hair Grower,
Hatton’s Wavo,
Zuta Klnkout,
G. A. Morgan’s Hair Goods,
High Brown Preparation,
Nelson Hair Grower,
Ws ars here to serve you. Service
Is our motto.
ELKS BARBER SHOP
Phone Brdwy 5188. 311 Flanders 8t.
W. Agss. Prop.
— Adv.
off
SAMBO SIMS—Sambo Hae Something On Hie Mind
4
M,
TO THE PEOPLE OP PORTLAND
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