The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, November 24, 1923, Page 2, Image 2

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Local and Foreign News Briefs
Wayne Is the son of Mr and Mrs.
M Harjo. 692 Clinton street.
Rev A R. Fox. pastor of Bethel A
M E. Church, «(.which Mrs Harris
la a member. asMated by hla choir,
ivmducted the funeral sorvicas Wed
ueaday afternon at one o'clock at J.
P. Finley A Son. 5th and Mont
In
terment in Riverview cemetery. Th«
svrvic«, both at the mortuary and
the.cemetery.*wuro quiet and Improa-
DT. ELKS INITIATE
splendid young man of Omaha. Neb.
Al th« regular m<>eMng of Dahlia
who Is a recent subscriber to The
Advocate. Mr. Cox says he likes the Temple. No. 202. I B P. 11 K of W .
paper and pledged his support to the Tuesday night, twenty members wore
initiated Into the rank of Third De­
efforts of The Advocate.
gree members.
An excellent meet­
ing was had and th« social session alve. and the floral offerings were nu­
PURCHASE HOME
Mr and Mrs. Roy Garnett are the thoroughly enjoyed.
merous and exquisite.
proud owners of a modern seven
Mr Harris leave« to mourn their
Dear Friend:
room bungalow at 1020 East 27th St.
loss a wife. Mildred Harris, 270 Ca­
You who know the advantage of a ruthers street, Portland. Oregon, and
N. They plan to move in about the
good, competent and accredited mu­ a brother. Sidney Harris, ploueer lit-
first of the month.
sic teacher wont miss thia oppor­ laeu of New Orleans. La., and a bo*t
WOMAN SEEKS OFFICE. PLEAD­ tunity to enroll your children tn theae of friends.
special clans««:
ING FOR TOLERANCE
Beginners or advanced
pupils,
The first colored women to run for
HOTEL NOTES
public office* m New York, probably price* suitable.
Pupils' progress attentively
Doc Green, veteran
CANCELLING ALL FORMER AN­ In the United States, is Mrs. Lucille
NOUNCEMENT«, THE UNIQUE Randolph, who has been nominated watched.
waiter at The Portland
A special kindergarten music clans
for twenty years or more,
CLUB OF GOOOFELLOWS HAVE as Socialist candidate for Aiderman
every Wednesday afternoon where
RBBERVCD JANUARY 14TH, 1824. flora the Twenty-first District
celebrated his. well, we
will say his 75th birthday
FOR THEIR NEXT PARTY.—Adv.
Mrs. Randolph conducts a hair your little tots can successfnUy be
anniversary, as he won’t
dressing parlor in 135lh street Her interested in music and Its refine­
FOR ftlNT-«-room house, bath, husband. A. Phillip* Randolph, was ments.
I tell. Thursday of last week. And the
gas and electric light; 120; some fur­ candidate last year for secretary of
For further Information call Wal­ ; old boy cried just like a baby be­
niture tor sale Phone Garfield 9393 state, and is editor of a publication nut ««42.
cause no one gave him a present.
—Adv.
M13S KATHERINE SIMPSON.
for people of his race.
“Chuck" Williams, who won the
Teacher.
football game tor Washington High
Mrs. Randolph's platform calls for
FOR RENT—Furnished cottage. »5
School last Saturday, when not at­
an international brotherhood, better
per week; electric light water and
A CARD OF THANKS
schools for Harlem children, better
tending school, is a relief bellhop at
phone. Sei. «227.—569 Powell street
I wish to thank friends and ac­ The Portland.
housing, mare playgrounds, clean
—Adv.
streets and race tolerance.—Reprint quaintances tor their expressions of
Frank Waldon, who might proper-
sympathy and kindness and the beau­ | ly be styled the hard luck waiter and
from New York Daily News.
VERY ILL IN HOSPITAL
tiful floral offerings during the Illness cook, was a caller at The Portland
Mrs. Lewis of Kindorf Road lies
and death of my beloved husband
«me day thia week where he worked
BOY IS GOOD SPELLER
seriously ill at Multnomah hospital,
MRS. MILDRED HARRIS.
many years ago
Waldon let It be
Master Wayne Harjo received the
following an operation Thursday.
27« Caruthers Street.
known that within a few days he Is
honor of being among one of the best
going to hike out to California.
spellers in the Sth grade in all the
NEBRASKAN LIKES PAPER
PENDLETON NOTES
The white Elks million dollar Tem
grade
schools
in
the
recent
city-wide
I. L. Cox is the name of a very
Among our people who are mak­ pie will open tor business on or
school spelling contest.
Master
ing good at Pendleton are Mr. and about December 1st. And the talk
Mrs Hobson. Mr and Mrs. Frank of having coIorod sruiters in their
Allen; Mrs. Hughes, who la one of spacious dining hall has ceased. W«
the foremost caterers of the town. learn that a full crew of white help
Mr and Mrs. Overstreet, who run a will be installed in every depart­
hand laundry, are doing a good busi­ ment.
ness. Others of the race are engaged
as janitors, porters, bootblacks and
THE SONGS OF SAM
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day laborers, who are buying homes
Would-be Leader«
and making good citixens.
(By Jove.)
WILLIAMS AVENUE ’Y’ NOTES
Beware of would-be leaders. O son
The High School Reserves spent a and daughter, (or they are full of
social hour at the ‘Y’ on Sunday. uoise and foolish crap
About 35 young people were present.
They howleth about the wrongs of
The Blue Triangle Girls hava the Race and asketh four bits a
agreed to meet each Friday mighL in­ howl.
stead of every other Friday night.
They promise to lead forth to vic­
The "Gym” class is growing.
tory with a brass band and but lead-
The swimming classes appear by eth thee closer to the murky pit.
far to be the most popular classes.
When thou art not looking, they
The Secretary visited St. John's sneak to tbe back door of the peck
Branch on Monday afternoon as the and barter your brains for a mess
guest of Mrs Shaw, Branch Secre­ of cabbage.
They telleth you to expect great
tary. She spoke briefly on the work
things,
and
thou
waitest many
of the Williams Avenue Branch.
The Grade School Reserves are moons for nothing.
Use thy beans. O loved ones, and
planning a Thanksgiving Play for
their mothers to be given December eschew the silver tongues of the
mighty Its.
1. 1*23.
They
singeth everlastingly
the
December 10th has been taken by
the Williams Avenue High School weary blues and doetb nothing worth
Reserves.—Adv.
while.
Verily, thou canst not sing 'em and
EMPEROR JONES IS ENJOYED BY grab opportunity at tbe same time.
| For when opportunity heareth the
PARIS AUDIENCE
i minor strains, they shlmmieth to the
PARIS. Nov. 10.—French dramatic
i other side.
critics were distinctly impressed at
Hand thy would-be leaders the pick
the opening performance at the Ode-
i and shovel and tell them to dig 'long
on of Eugene O'Neill's "The Em­ I side of you.
peror Jones."
Long is the way to go and it tak-
While some of the atmosphere was
eth sweat and not syncopation to
lost by the translator using full
reach the goal.
French words and the spiritualist
Leadership is no soft snap.
scene fell rather flat, the presenta­
tion was warmly received by a dis­
FOR SALE—Nice Raincoat, new.—
tinguished French audience. Benglia, Broadway 5807.—adv.
the
Senegalese
actor,
especially
scored in the main part.
Benglia
A brand new shipment of HIGH
qualified for the select Odeon direct BROWN toilet articles, 311 Macleay
from the Follies Bergeres.
P
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Bldg.—Adv.
In Memory of ths Late
STALWART CITIZEN PA8SES
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON
BERKELEY NEWS
BORN 1858—DIED NOVEMBER 15. 1915
Continued from page 1)
“Who rendered greater service to his own race than hsd ever been
his family. Indeed, it was In the
(By A. D. LeBon.)
rendered by anyone else, and who, in so doing, also rendered great ser­
home that Mr. Harris shone brightest;
Mr. John Craigg of 1508 Ashby
vice to his whole country."—(Tribute by late President Roosevelt.)
it was here he was at his best. And avenue has recovered from his recent
It seemed as though he thought In illness, having taken sick in Port­
the language of the noted poetess, land last month when It was neces­
Nora Armstrong of local fame:
sary for Mrs. Craigg to leave Ber­
"I will build a monumnt all my own. keley and accompany him home.
Silently, quietly in the home.
Messrs. A. H. Hohman and R. W.
Out of the solid granite rock.
Williams left for Chicago to attend
Saved from the shafts that have
the Grand session of tbe P. P. B. A.
pierced my heart.
of A. Mr. Hohman is chairman of
With a small down payment, I can put you in just the kind
But if I reach the setting sun.
Local Lodge No. 12, and was also
of home you always wanted. We can arrange
Before my willing task is done.
elected delegate to the Grand Lodge.
the balance like rent
I pray you. in tha? silent hour
Mr. Williams Is a member of the
To place one bright immortal flower Board of Directors.
Above my dear unpolished stone.
Mr. and Mrs B. M. Johnson, form­
In love’s sweet memory of the home.” erly of Oakland, but more recently
Vp until a year ago, Mrs. Harris en­ of Pacific Grove, are back in Oak­
joyed excellent health, but since that land for an Indefinite stay owing to
time he rapidly declined until his an injured knee Mr. Johnson received
death.
In Del Mont; about three weeks ago.
Call at 311 Macleay Bldg., and talk the matter over with us.
MR*. SIMPSON WILL LEAVE SOON
Mra. Blanch« Simpson. Ml Larra
ben stroat. who WM compelled to cut
short her visit to relative» and
friend» in the South to return to the
»lek bedside of her sister, was In
The Advocate office this week to pay
tor “the old reliable" and stated that
her slater. Mrs Kenans, was so
much Improved that she was expect­
ing to return to Seattle within a taw
days. Mr». SUnpeon will be greatly
missed tn church and social circles,
where »he has made her presence de
aired by her pleasing disposition and
charming personality.
OWN YOUR HOME
Yes, we have them for rent, too
A. H. MORROW
BONDED BROKER
311 Macleay Bldg.
Broadway 5807
AN OPPORTUNITY
A Reliable Place and
25 to 50 Per Cent Off
on All Jewelry
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, CLOCKS AND SILVERWARE
Until January 1st
STAPLES THE JEWELER-OPTICIAN
266 Morrison St., between 3rd and 4th
Villa Lewara, Irvington-on-Hudson, where th« wedding reception of
Miss M s « Walker-Robinson to Dr. H«nry Gordon Jackson of Chicago will
be held following a noon-day wedding ceremony. Nino thousand Invita­
tions hsve been Issued snd guests arg expected to attend from all parts of
the country. The bride-to-be Is s granddaughter of ths 1st« Mme. C. J.
Walker of a **<tollar-a-dsy washer to a million dollar* famt.-made from
her beauty preparation sale« It Is reported that the trousseau of the
bride-to-be was made by and purchased from Colored people. Among those
who received invitations in Portland to the wedding was The Advocate.
Ono thousand Invitation« were personal and eight thousand issued to the
Mme. Walker agents.
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DOZEN GOOD
REASONS FOR
SA VING
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An »«luiMthui Is probaMv th« iu«*l
valuable siri yuu <*n give your
chllitren
1’1*11 tu giva them th«
vary twat etlucailon. Having now
wllf make this imaatbla
1'hla bank halpa yuu a»va by put­
ting your money to work ami
paving you intersat
Finali •«-
Munta grow qu'ritly
Th* IIDI*
tut* In your hum« «leawrv« th*
Miuratloii your Mivhiga will giva
th. >u
«I epees a BavUSg* Aoooael
fa this Btroeg Beak
LADD 6 TILTON
HANK
Uldwt in Uit
aeeowat la tels strong bank
Lodge Directory
Hair and Beauty Preparations
I. B. P. O. E OF THE WORLD
Such as
MME. C. J. WALKER. MME. DE NELO AND OTHERS
can be purchased at
The Elks Sanitary BarberShop
315 Flanders Street
Also a fine line of Straightening Combs like the one shown
here
c
OPAL HAIR DRESSING FOR MEN—NO KINK
Japo Preparations—Pressing Cape—and a Full Line
The Black Swan Phonograph Records are now on sale here
at 75 cents each
E. W. AGEE. PROPRIETOR
Phone Broadway 5388
Your Patronage Desired
Courteous Treatment to All
An X-ray picture of the knee revealed
it to be splintered near the Joint. |
Mr. Johnson Is getting along fine at
this writing
Mrs. Johnson , Is the*
mother of Miss Nellie V. Dobson, the
famous soprano, who Is now taking
her finishing touche« In Chicago
Oh. say. Baby I^bon walks, and
Daddy and Mother are telling the
world.
HE’S 200 PER CENT AMERICAN
HE HATES EVERYBODY
NEW YORK. Nov. 28. The Na­
tional Association for the Advance­
ment of Colored People. 69 Fiath
Ave., today passed on an editorial
from the Dulutht News Tribune, of
November 7, containing an account
of one Indianapolis merchant's reply
to the "100 per cent American" prop
aganda of hate. The editorial la as
follows:
Answered in Eight Words
It isn't often that an effective an­
swer to nation-wide propaganda can
be condensed Into eight words.* but
one Indianapolis merchant accom­
plished this feat recently.
Indiana has been swept by the Ku
Klux Klan, and is now said to share
with Ohio the doubtful honor of hav­
ing the greatest number of Klan
members of any state In the Union.
One Indianapolis merchant was
stirred by the "100 per cent Ameri­
can" doctrine that involved the ne­
cessity of hating at least three very
large
groups of
Americans—tbe
Catholics, the Jews and the Negroes.
He therefore displayed across the
front of his store the following sign:
"I am 200 per cent American; I
hgte everybody.”
There Isn’t anything more to be
said on the subject. That tells the
whole story. If hatred of Catholics,
Jews and Negroes makes a man a
"100 per cent American,’ then he
ought te be doubly "American’’ If he
hates the Methodists, tbe Baptists,
the Swedes and all the rest of bls fel­
low citizens.
It is a perfect answer to a doctrine
of hate, fear and suspicion.
HOUSE TO 8ELL
Willamette bird., best view prop­
erty. To close «stale, modern, six-
room. garage, fruit, flowers.
Room
211 Macleay Bldg., Morrow, Bdw 5807
COLORED Men wanted to qualify
for sleeping car and train porters.
Experience unnecessary. Transpor
tatlon furnished.
Write T. McCaf
frey, Supt. St. Louis. Mo.
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ough and complete course In Diseases
of the Scalp and Skin, Facial Mas
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Waving; an Interesting trsatlse on
all branches of tbe profession.
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Omaha
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McBRADWS PARAMOUNT AGENT
Anyone desiring to purchase Me-
Brady Toilet Articles or want Hair
Work, call Mrs. McLamore, Sellwood
1702.—adv.
Daily Fashion Hint
NOTICE
Dahlia Tempi« No. 303. I. B. P. O.
E. of W., of Portlaud. Oragoa. meets
th« 1st and 3rd Tussday nights In
each month at Stag Auditorium.
All visiting Daughter Elks In good
standing In their respective Tempi«»
are Invited to meet with ua.
LOUISE THOMAS,
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 era
welcome. Fraternal Hall. 796 Missis­
sippi Ave. E. D. Cannady, C.C., 311
Macleay Bldg. Boyce Strata K of
P. A S.
Established IS Tsars In Portland
C.
BE DROPPED
Beginning December 1,1923, The Ad­
vocate will be compelled to drop all
delinquent subscribers to the paper.
It Is a great burden for the paper to
carry those who will not pay their
bills. We take pleasure in extending
every courtesy to our readers but we
feel they should not Impose upon us.
We must pay our printer's bills and
therefore we feel that you should pay
us so that we may meet our obliga­
tions.
Again when we are kind
enough to extend credit to advertis­
ers such as those who advertise din­
ners, lectures, balls and the Ilka, we
feel that It Is only fair to us that at
the expiration of the advertisement
you should come In immediately and
pay for It. We will be very pleased
to have our patrons consider this
matter In the same spirit In which
we bring It to your attention.
ROSE CITY LODGE NO. Ill, I. B.
P. O. E. OF W„ MEETS th« 2ND
AND 4TH
WEDNESDAY
EVEN­
INGS OF EACH MONTH AT THE
8TAQ AUDITORIUM, 381'/g EAST
MORRISON STREET. ALL VISIT­
ING BROTHERS ARE CORDIALLY
INVITED.
E. D. CANNADY, 5. R.
311 Mac I «ay Bldg.
E. J. MINOR, Secretary.
418 Abington Bldg.
FROCKS FOR AUTUMN WEAR
Paris sponsors black for early
Autumn wear, featuring heavy satin
and satin-surfaced materials for semi-
dressy frocks To the left is a cri-pe-
back satin trimmed with finely che. ked
black-and-white silk. The ckxtng, it
at the left side, and panel plaits in
self-material give a charming touch
of decoration without destroying the
effect of simplicity. Medium size re­
quires 4% yards 36-inch satin.
Dark navy-blue satin is used for
the second model, which may be
trimmed either with lace or figured
silk, according to the purposes for
which the dress is intended. The
girdle is lasd in small plaits and fin­
ished at the back under a fancy
buckle. It may have sash-ends, how­
ever. The drapery at the left side
falls below the hem of the skirt, ful­
filling the function of truly Parisian
draperies.. Medium size requires 3H
yards 36-inch satin and 1 yard figured
material.
First Model:
Pictorial Review
Dress No. 1598 Sizes, 34 to 50 inches
bust. Price, 35 cents.
Second Model: Dress No. 1606.
Sizes, 34 to 48 inches bust, and 16 to
20 years.
Price 35 cents.
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MEDICINE
CHINESE
CO.
C. GEE WO. the
well known Herbal­
ist. has made a life
study of the curative
properties possessed
by Oriental Hoots,
Herbs,
Hud*
and
Bark. and therefrom
compounded hie tru.
ly wonderful Herbs
remedies.
In their
make-up no poisons
or narcotics are used:
perfectly
harmless,
and many roots and
herbs that ha uses ars unknown te
ths medical profession of today.
AVOID Ol-RIIATIONR by taking hla
remedies In time for Stomach, Coughs,
Cold«.
Hheiiinatlam.
Kidney,
Lung.
Liver. Catarrh, Blood, Inflammation.
Neuralgia and all female
and
chi ill-
'
dron'a ailments. Call or write flei int
by mall or parcel post.
C.
GEE
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MEDICINE
CHINESE
CO.
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