The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, April 05, 1924, Page 4, Image 4

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THE ADVOCATE
Published »vary Saturday at Salta
Sil Macleay Building Phone Broad
end laborers at work white million*
of white people starve, ia to have be­
fore you the bloddy picture ot whole­
OF
OWNERSHIP.
sale mob violences that I fear, and STATEMENT
MANAGEMENT, CIRCULA­
against
which
1
am
working
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TION. ETC.
What are you going to do then? You
K O. CANNAPT
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Required by the Aot of Congress of
who
are
just
will
open
up
the
door
B k R ■. D CANNAPf-Z '
August, 1912
______ Associais Bdltor and Maaa*er of an opportunity and say to all and
ADVOCATU
Of
THE
ADVOCATE
sundry.
"Eater
la."
But
ladle«
and
Ilka Sanitary Barber Shop. 11» riar­
gentlemen, what about the mob. that Published weekly at Portland. Oregon
dere Street.
starving crowd bt your own race? State of Oregon. County ot Mulino
mah—aa.
Will they stand by. suffer and starve,
Before me, a notary public in and
and allow an opposite competitive
race to prosper tn the midst of their fur the State aad County, personally
distress? If you can conjure these appeared Mrs. E. D. Cannady, who,
things up tn your mind, then you having been duly sworn by law. do
have the vision of the race problem poses and says that she io the owner
of The Advocate, and the following
of the future In America.
Let the foolish Negro agitators and is. to the best of her knowledge and
so-called reformers, encouraged by belief, a true statement ot the own
deceptive and unthinking white asso­ ership. management, etc., ot the
ciates. stop preaching and advocating aforesaid publication for the date aa
the doctrine of "social equality," shown in the above caption, required
meaning thereby the social inter­ by the Act ot August 34. 1»12. em­
IMPORTANTI
mingling of both races, intermar bodied in section 443. Postal Laws
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~ -Don’t ana ter rignta Take tfcoea.
An’ don’t lol anny wan give them to ye
A right th-t la handed to ye Fr aaw;
thin’ haa aomothln' the matter with It
—Mr Dooley
XISte naadere «trseL at Stata
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»PEAKING OF THE COLOR LINE
Walter Cohen ia the Federal Col­
lector ot the port of New Orleans.
He ta a Republican, an Afro-Ameri­
can. a man ot education, a man of
wealth and is said to have certain
qualities of leadership AU the Dem
ncratic Senators and four or five ot
♦he LaFollette . following
voted
against Cohen's confirmation. They
had no fault to find with him. except
hts color. It was black and not
shite. This is a white mans conn
•ry and it should be a white man’s
government. according to these high
minded statesmen who fought confir­
mation to the last ditch.
President Warren G, Harding sent
•he nomination of Cohen to the Sen
ate more than two years before he
died. It was rejected two or three
times. President Coolidge repeated
Republican leaders dose to him ad
vised the President to let Cohen slide
and name another. He refused to
budge. Finally a showdown came and
cohen was confirmed by a scant ma
Jority.
This is presidential electon year.
There are two million negro voters
tn the pivotal states and the border
states Their leaders demanded fair
play and a square deal for Cohen
This is a Saint Patrick s Day obser
ration: Where and bow did the Ne­
gro Collector of the Port of New Or
leans get that name? And why not
Abraham Cohen, instead of Walter.
The above editorial from the Austin
American is very significant in sev­
eral respects. It is admitted that
Walter L. Cohen, who was confirmed
as Collector of the Port ot New Or­
leans. La., has both character and
ability, and in fact, is qualified in
every respect with one exception—
HIS COLOR—to fill the position to
which he has been appointed. Mr.
Cohen la not responsible for his
color or his name, but he is responsi­
ble for his character. Character Is
the quality that makes the heaven
gates fly wide and nothing else.
If the people of this country will
give more attention to CHARACTER
and lews to COLOR, we will have
fewer Teapot Dome Oil and other
scandals now engaging the attention
of the world.
People who hare nothing but
COLOR to boast of as a qualification
of fitness to fill high positions, are
like the man who built his house on
a sandy foundation.
Talk about this being a White
Man’s Country. Pray tell us whose
country it was when brave men were
needed to face German shot shell
and gas? Who paid the supreme
price that democracy might be made
safe? Who shed the first blood for
American Independence? Crispus At­
tacks on the plains of Boston.
In fact the Black Man has been
found on the side of right in every
conflict in the world.
Even when
Jesus Christ, the Son of the living
God, was making His way to the sum­
mit of Golgatha. a Black Man in the
person of Simon the Sirenian got un­
der the cross with Him.
In every
conflict since and before the Black
Man haa played his part.
We wonder by what process of rea­
soning does any man place COLOR
above CHARACTER, except that of
prejudice and race hatred. No peo­
ple can permanently advance who
carry prejudice and hatred In thetr
hearts against any other people be­
cause of things they are not responsi­
ble for.
We hope the day will come when
ell men will decide to do unto oth­
ers as they would have others do un­
to them—The People's M outhplece.
(Austin, Tex.)
The Up-to-Date
Cleaning & Tailoring Co
4M UNION AVENUE, NORTH
Mrs. Belle Crawford. 1»? Admiral
street, was the inspiration for a prat
ty birthday diuner party on the 24th
ot March, with her slater. Mrs. Hat
tie Redmond, end
Miao Blanche
Crawford, hostesses at their resi­
dence. 330 Chapman street.
Pretty
decorations were noted about the
rooms and a handsome center piece
was formed of daffodils in a low cut
glass bowl. Sixteen candles glowed
on the birthday cake a* It was
brought into the diniug room, Covers
were laid for six
and Regulations, printed on the re­
verse of thia form, to-wit:
Publisher. Mrs. E. D. Cannady.
Portland. Oregon: Editor. E. D. Can­
nady, Portland. Oregon; Managing
Editor. Mr*. E. D. Cannady; Business
Manager. Mra. E D. Cannady. That
Mr* K D. Cannady Is the sole owner
ot The Advocate; that the known
bondholders, mortgagee«, and other
security holders owning or holding 1
i per cent or more of the total amount
of bonds, mortgages, or other securi­
ties are none.
MRS. E. D. CANNADY.
Owner,
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this the 1st day ot April. 1934.
E. D. CANNADY.
Notary Public for Oregon.
My commission expiree. November
1. 1934.
Now that painted fish have been
discovered on sale in Philadelphia
sea food markets, we presume a con-
! grossional investigation of a "fishy"
’ nature will be ordered.
K
The "I did it" solo haa been broad-
I cast all over the country from about
I about one hundred private stations
ever since Walter L. Cohen was con-
i firmed by the Senate. The one-vote
| margin, however, bas not given much
LOTHES
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Tes, we clean everything from neckties up to rugs, blankets, etc.
Sults and Overcoats made to your individual measure
Satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded.
Our prices are very reasonable. Give us a trial. We will please you
: material for amplification.
Mrs. Robert L. Poston, nee Miss
Savage, widow of the deceased U. N.
I. A. official, and the art student who
was denied entrance to a French
school ot art by American race preju­
dice, will make a bust of her late
husband
Call East 0258 for
TAYLOR THE TAILOR
J. W. INGERSOLL. Prop.
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Hair and Beauty Preparations
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
OMV "
OPAL HAIR DRESSING FOR MEN—NO KINK
Japo Preparations—Pressing Caps—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
Records
Latest Hits
Mamie Smith
PACIFIC RECORD EXCHANGE
Cwatrwl Market, East Aisle
Fourth and Yamhill Streets
HOUSE of
HOLMAN
E dward H olman
MORTI* IANS
S on C o
I
The “Where there’a-a wiil-there’s-a-
way" doctrine sometimes leads to the
penitentiary.
leans
MARCUS GARVEY DOUBTS RACE'S
CHANCES IN THIS COUNTRY
Marcus Garvey, the great apostle of
the "Back to Africa” movement for
the black man, who also claims a fol­
lowing of six millions of people, to
judge from the following extracts
from one of his alleged appeals to
the soul of the white race, has little
confidence in the colored race’s
chances standing on equal footing
with the white man in politics., law
and other phases ot American life:
(From “An Appeal to the 8oul of
White America," by Marcus
Garvey)
To Imagine Negroes as District At­
torneys. Judges, Senators. Congress­
men. Assemblymen. Aidermen, Gov­
ernment Clerks, and Officials, artisans
Honored •« Hur Bithday
A Washington boy who had threat
ened to kill his mother and then com
mit suicide was ordered arrested by
the parent—"not because she object
ed to bis killing her. but tor the pro-
1 tection of his own life," said the
mother.
Eugene O'Neill, author of the much-
discussed play. “All God's Chilian
Got Wings," says: "Paul Robeson can
portray the character better than
any other actor could. A fine actor
, is a fine actor. The question of race
i prejudice cannot enter here.
Miss
i Blair (white). Is playing the part of
Ella' because she likes It."
burner Is regulated by needle valves.
It burns seven hours on a gallon of
kerosene which costs 11 cents per
gallon
During the winter mouths I
heated my apartment at an average
coat ot about *11» per month.
After seeing the device and watch­
ing It demonstrated the writer Is
convinced that Mr. Ilolmea has some­
,and
Mr*
B
J.
roller
and
th«
boats.
thing that la destined to revolutionise
Hard Time Dance Sueeeoa
Every one who attended the Hard The tabla was charmingly decorated the beating systems of the country.
Time Dance given by Ute Hard Time with gold and Japan*«« china with a
Club ot the Household ot Ruth re­ center piece ot daffodils. The after- REGISTER NOW OR YOU CAN'T
ports a delightful time The commit­ noon was spent with music on the
VOTE
tee on arrangements and entertain Vlctrola. and a vocal solo by Mrs
piano
There are over 172.000 cltlsens In
ment also report that the affair was Ingersoll, accompanied on th«
Portland entitled to vote.
by Mr*. Strawder.
a brilliant success
•
•
e
The largest registration over re­
a
a
a
corded In the entire county waa a
Cellage Glrie Honored <
Mr. and Mrs, Fuller Entertain
A charming event of th« past wv<«k little over 112,000.
Mr and Mrs. H. D Fuller of 74»
That means about «04P0 (mini
was
a Leap Year theater party and
Michigan avenue gave a tour course
after dinner buffet supper given by mum) of our cltlsens have tailed lo
diuner party Bunday, the 23rd last,
two O. A C. girls. Miss Idris Will­ do their duty at every recent elec­
at their beautiful home. Covera were
iams and Miss Carrie Halaell. at the tion.
laid tor Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ingersoll.
Why let small minorities determine
home of the former Haturday. Guests
Mr and Mrs. Henry Strawder. Mr.
tor the attair were the Miaaea Olhel- important and costly taxation meas­
‘da Nichols. Jennie Grayson and the ures?
It she proves your fears are wrong -
Why grumble about heavy taxes
Messrs. Wui. Taylor, Theodore John
Compensator,
eon. Charles Williams and Robert when you have nobody to blame but
it she goes up In the air—Condenser
yourself?
Robinson.
It she wants chocolate—Feeder
Register now, today, or before
It she singe Inharmonlously- Tuner
ONE TIME SLAVE NOW A SCIEN­ April 16th
Is
In
the
country-
Telegrapher
If she
It you don't you can't vote at the
TIFIC WIZARD
It she is a poor cook- Discharger
May primaries.
dress
unhooks
-Connector,
It her
(Continued from page one!
“Every Voter Get a Voter."
If she eats too much —Reducer.
ot the country's largest paint con-
CITIZKNHHII* COMMITTEE,
corns sent two ot Its experts to Tua
It she Is wrong Restlfler
W. P. Btrandborg, Chairman.
It her fingers and teas are cold— gekee to study Professor Carver's
Heater.
paints, lie showed them the raw ma
If she gossips too much Regulator, terlala and the finished product and GOULD8 RESENT EON BEING RE­
FERRED TO AE "COLORED"
it she fumes and sputters—Insulator, returned them loose tn his laboratory
(Preston Nows Service)
it she becomes upset Reverser
to find out. It they could, the proc­
—The Open Window
NEWARK. N. J. t April S.-When
esses between. They went away ut
that George
terll battled
Tollot powders, shoe Ule police reported
CHINA TODAY
dressing, complexion bleaches and Gould, who la quite > dark skinned,
denial cements are also among his fell from the root of his home last
(By Martha Root)
Tuesday, as "colored", his parents
clay products.
tContlnucd from last week)
promptly notified the Newark News
No
Thought
of
Private
Gain
China may be said to be the living
It Is Intersating to know what start- that the boy was not of that race
demonstration ot Christ's teaching
8he haa ed Professor Carver on his long and requested that a correction bo
against
world fighting
published The boy was seriously tn-
“turned the other cheek." She baa train of investigation When the boll
lured and 1s said to be recovering at
never had an International war. So weevil began his ravages. Carver,
the City Hospital.
like
other
theoretical
agriculturists,
it has come to pass God haa gifted
her with the "peace-loving dlsposl began to preach crop diversification,
lion." Let the world take note she with emphasis on ths peanut. Home­
has not been wiped out. but all who body replied. "Very good, but what
have Invaded her country she has ab- shall ws do with our peanuts?" Tbs
were
sorbed them finally—they have all scientist was “up a tree". It he
must
to
make
good
on
his
advice,
be
are
become Chlneae. The Manchua
Ho he1
just on* example If Japan ever bas find new uses for the peanut I
ML Olivet Baptist Chureh
set
to
work
without
hope
ot
personal
the audacious ambition ot conquer-
Eaat First and Schuyler Sts.
Ing China, the same fate aa Manchu- gain, and with the sole motive of add­
ria will be here- she will find her- ing to the South's prosperity aad the
FIRST A. M. E. ZION CHURCH
world's food supply.
self Chlneae.
Only
after
years
would
Professor
417
Williams A v O m Rev. E. J. mo ­
A magic charm Is flung by China
over all peoples who live long In her Carver agree to the formation of a gruder, A. B. Paster. Parsonage, no
land. The stranger learns to love company to put his products on the Cook Ave. Phons Walnut »174.
l-ast Sunday was truly a great day
her kindliness, her patience, her non­ market, and then only with the ex­
The Spirit of God reigned
ego. her happiness in simple living, plicit reservation that all processes In Zion
her courtesy and her “love-you back- which do not require specialised skill supreme Next Huuday the Holy Bar-
again." Many' mlaslonariea aay they or capital shall be freely given to the rament will bo administered and the
only wiah they had another life and public. It Is characteristic of the preaiding elder will hold his last
they would live and work forty year* man. loo. that when the company was quarter on the coast. A great day
more in China. These missionaries organised be declined to receive any la expected and real old time songs
may have had their Ilves threatened; cash consideration until Its success will be sung Come out and “tael the
Material rewards Spirit moving In your heart." Zion la
they may have been held on moun­ should be evident
tain torireasee for ransom, or carried mean nothing to George Carver. It your church and you should take thia
nineteen days' Journey to get to a the new company makes him rich, as wonderful advantage ot serving God
hospital, but the charm ot Cathay perhaps It may. bls share of the prof­ In this Ills house. Monday evening
its will be just that much added to at » o'clock quarterly conference will
still holds them.
Newcomers ask, “What Is thia Re­ the world's store of consecrated be held and full reports ot all de-
naissance movement which Is sweep­ wealth. devoted In one way or an­ partmrnts will be read Every mem
ber and friend should know the won­
ing China? And what Is It doing?" other to the welfare of humanity.
derful progress that haa been made
It leaders define Its platform as the
"Aa a Little Child.”
following four great tasks: (1) To
These facts would seem to indicate during thia past quarter.
reorganise, restate and revalue Chin­ that George Carver's personality la
ese civilization. (2) To Import west­ as unique aa his history. Il ia. He
ern civilization with critical examine combines In the most surprising way
tlon first. (2) To make a thorough­ the simplicity ot a child, the humility
ly scientific study of theories and of a devout faith, and the confidence
facts. (4) To reconstruct individual of scientific certainty.
His first
and social life.
words are likely to Impress you as
Thia article will deal with the spir­ almost childish. Then you become
itual side of the Renaissance move­ conscious of an unfathomable vein of
If the Negro population of Georgia
ment. The youth of China have chal­ mysticism and faith.
Finally, you
continues to decrease through accel­
lenged all religions and are Investi­ yield to a speechless wonder as he
erated migration, the congressional
gating all. They appreciate much in opens for you a tew windows Into
, representation of that state may
Christianity
and they are grateful. the scientific maxe where his feet are
I I eventually
repreecoi
me
pa
eventually represent the par value of
Home pointe they criticise. They ask. so much at home.
A true Negro,
: the voting population, and northern
"Why do the nations ot the west use * spare and thin, with a piping voice
districts to which Georgia Negroes
the strength of the church to aid In and a manner almost painfully mod-
have gone may gain a few congress-
wartime? Is this not contrary to eat. his clothing plain and none too
men.
Jesus' Ideal of peace? Is Christianity new. a sprig of cedar In his button
Now that Senator Phipps baa been not a failure If all the Christians are hole, he Is a striking figure Indeed,
courageous enough to endeavor to killing one another? If the Christians but not distinguished by any of the
procure Howard University's medical of the world would stand by their expected marks of genius.
appropriation by legislation. It Is teaching and refuse to go to war or
Asked how he has made so many
suggested that all proponents of the to aid. could not this next great war, astounding discoveries, he promptly
measure, coming direct from the uni­ now so Imminent, be averted?" Asi­ tells you. "I didn't do it. God has
versity, be given an official seal of atic peoples are not planning to fight only used me to reveal some of His
authority, in order that Congress may Europe.
wonderful providences." All his work
China's masses are one In longing has been done In that spirit Chem-
know just who expresses the senti­
for International peace.
They de­ Istry is Its physical basis, but faith
ments of the institution.
spise the aoldler. Thia militarism in la Its Inspiration, prayer Its atmo­
THANKSGIVING 8ERVICES HELD China—and who but the west taught sphere, and service Its motive.
To
The Thanksgiving services of the It to them?—is disapproved by every­ Oeorge Carver there is no conflict be­
Knights of Pythias and the Court of body. Students, business men, the tween science and religion.
Calanthe which was held Sunday at public generally, the press denounce
Not the least ot the contributions
2 o'clock at First A. M E. Z. church, it. Even the militarists themselves which Professor Carver la making to
was largely attended and the pro­ say It la bound to go. The truth Is his generation Is the fact that he In­
gram which was rendered was an ex­ while there is much talk and bandi­ spires a new respect for the possibil­
cellent one.
Rev. E. J. Magruder, try, there Is really very little fight­ ities of his race In all who hear hla
pastor of the church, preached a ing.
story. Of late he has spoken fre­
Secondly, the students say that quently at big summer assemblies,
splendid sermon which was received
with much pleasure by members of Jesus’ program of reconstruction before business groups and in Routh-
seeks the abolition of social and na­ ern colleges. He never falls to make
the Order as well aa the visitors.
tional evils. The churches of west­ a profound Impression.
He consti­
HANDLING A WOMAN ELEC­
ern nations, they hold, sometimes
tutes an unanswerable evidence of
TRICALLY
preserve their own positions by keep­ the worth-whlleneas of his race, and
When a woman Is sulky and will not ing silent as to the faults of their
of the fact that Its humblest child
speak- Belter.
governments instead ot remedying
may posses possibilities of limitless
If she gets too excited—Controller.
them. Is this the spirit of recon­
service, awaiting only a chance for
If she talks too long—Interrupter.
struction?
development.
If her way of thinking is not yours—
Again they say that Christian truth
Converter.
Is evolutionary and adaptable to
RACE MAN INVENTS NOVEL OIL
If she is willing to come half way— changing needs, but many churches
HEATER FOR *£)ME8
Meter
hold to the ancient "theology" of
(Preston News Service)
If she will come all the way—Re- their forefathers. How can such or­
NEWARK, N. J., April 2.—What Is
•
celver.
ganizations show the greatness and
probably destined to become a very
If she wanted to go further—Conduc- universality of Christian truths?
important factor in the reduction of
tor
The Chinese demand that science
the coat ot heating homes, cooking,
If she would go further—Dispatcher, and religion shall agree. They wish
etc.. Is the recent Invention of Chas.
If she wanted to be an angel—Trans­ to establish what they call the Chin­
E Holmes, In the form of a new type
former.
ese Christian church, which shall ba
oil burner.
If you think she Is picking your free of all sects and creeds.
Mr. Holmes told a Preston News
pockets—Detector.
* (Continued next week)
Service
reporter in an Interview: "I
6"
,
have Invented an oil burning system
“COAL
Phone Broadway 1885
which I have been using in my home
Res., Walnut 7157
both for cooking and heating
My
burner changes either common kero­
sene or crude oil to gas and burns It.
BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER
making a hotter flame than city gas.
STORAGE
The burner Is placed inside of the
stove, either cook stove or heater,
Stand : North Bank Depot, 430J4 Hoyt Street
while th« tank holding the fuel oil Is
Portland
Oregon
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RICHARDSON
News of
the Churches
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH
Larrsbes and McMillan gtreets
Rsv. A. R. Fea. D. D., Paster
Phons East 1107
E. L. Jameson, Assistant
Phons Walnut 2900
The revival at Bethel A. M. E.
Church Is making splendid progress,
and the power ot the Holy Spirit Is
being manifested In a wonderful way.
Tuesday night. Ellis Brown and Leon
Gregory joined the church. Mr. Oro-
gory was happily converted,
and
many were the shouts that went up
from the worshippers
The subject
of the discourse this Sunday night
will be, " The Bed Too Short and
Blanket Too Narrow." Sunday morn­
ing the subject will be "As an Eagle
Rtlrretb Her Nest."
If you like meetings filled with the
Power of the Spirit, and want to be
Instructed as well as Inspired, be
sure and attend the revival at Bethel
A M. E. Church.
INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH
M'/s N. 10th Street
Rsv. E. C. Dyer, Pester
ST. PHILLIPS MISSION
24th and Savler Sts.
St. Phillip's Mission has announced
extraordinary service« for Sunday.
Miss Frieta Hhaw will be soloist.
Morning service, 11 a. m .; Sunday
School. 12 m. Archdeacon Black in
charge; Mr. B. Coles. lay reader. A
cordial welcome awaits you at SL
Phillips.
Bevarth Day Adventist Mleaian,
241 Russell Street
Mrs. K. O. Johnson, loader.
Sabbath School (Saturdays) at 1*
A. M.
Bible study at 11 A. M.
T. P. M. V. S. at 2:10 P. M.
Viet-
tors welcome.
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