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LOOK YOUR BIST UPON THC
Pabllabad ovary Saturday at Salta
A tow days ago to our groat but -
111 Macinar Build tn«. Phone Broad prise and chagrin, we passed along
a busy thoroaghinro approaching one
of our trans river bridges and there,
standing on a corner waiting tor the
army of autos and street cars to pass
so that she might get across the
streets was a woman clad tn a drees
Ing saegue. boudoir cap and house
slippers! Now women, lot us tor your
and our future welfare, and tor the
good name of our race, bee of you
not to go upos the public streets
dressed in that fashion so that the
passersby may see nothing in your
drees and tn your conduct to make
disparaging remarks about. It la not
It II proper to go upon the streets dressed
. I ll in that fashion In Portland. Oregon.
r* yabln la advene»
It may be in some sections of the
Entered al the Vwetofftrw at Portland country, we do not know, but we are
Oreaon aa eecond-claaa matter.
positive that Portland does not set
such a style in dress etlquete. Wa
All communications tor publication have always felt proud of the good
or otherwise should be addressed to Ivoks and good manners of our peo
The Advocate Puhllshln« Company.
Suite 111 Macleay Building. Portland. ple while upon the streets in Port
land and let us strive to continue
Adrertlalng rates made known on that way. Let us seek always to im
prove our manners, not only in <dreaa
"Don't ask for riant a
Take them and deportment, but in every other
an* don't lot annv wan civs them to ye ' way; not only when we know we are
A ri«ht th. t Io handed to ye Pr naw- i
thin* has aomelhln the melter with IL" being observed by others, but at all
times let us do the right thing, tor
virtue is is own reward.
They have righto who dare maintain
<hem "—James Rusoell Lowell.
A BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY
The colored citisens of Portland
were blessed with the presence and
kindly association of Dr. and Mrs.
Elbert W. Moore of Pittsburgh. Pa .
who went about amongst us "doing
good.** Out of their abundant store
of knowledge born of wide experience
KEEPING GRANTS PASS WHITE
in the great social and spiritual life
In last week's issue of The South of the people, both in this country
ern Oregon Spokesman, the editor and abroad, they gave us much to
made a futile attempt to answer the think of and work with. Both are
editorial comment the Associate Edi earnest, conscientious Christians with
tor of The Advocate made upon hie a vision. And that is what the church
previous editorial4about Grants Pass needs so bauly today in the pulpit,
being a white man's town, which we men and women with a vision. Both
published in full in the same issue are wall fitted for their chosen work
and while they have given many
as the comment.
The editor of the Spokesman tailed years to the work, they have a long
utterly In two whole columns to pre road before them for even greater
sent evidence sufficient to support service. Dr. Moore is conservative,
his charges against the Race, and learned, scholarly, with a bearing of
showed he was no good sportsman dignity that befits a king.
Mrs. Moore is quiet, conservative,
when he failed to publish our com
ment and then have his say about sweet of voice and charming of per
it He chose only to pick out certain sonality; she is talented above the
words and sentences, segregating average woman, and her wide experi
them from other sentences, thereby ence as a social worker has taught
causing them to lose their true mean her to know people; it has given her
ing and intent and raged about them accuracy of thought and firmness of
in a most savage manner. We real action. She goes to meet a problem,
ly do not feel that it is worth while not waiting for it to reach her; above
to try to discuss a question so im all. she is efficient, capable and un
portant as the one under discussion afraid! The Race needs women of
with a man so poorly informed as Mrs. Moore's character. We congrat
our contemporary, but there are a ulate the Baptist denomination, espe
tow questions he touched upon that cially the church in San Francisco,
we will attempt to show him the where Dr. Moore has been called, and
truth about in the next issue of The the Race in general upon having the
1 services of this pair of excellent
thinkers and intrepid leaders who do
not deal in abstractions, but who roll
A TEXT BOOK OF BEAUTY
up their sleeves and work in “con
We have been greatly benefited and
We are in receipt of a copy of “The
Successful Hairdresser”, a text book encouraged by this visit with us, and
of beauty culture, giving a complete it is our earnest prayer that they will
course in all the branches of the be again spared to come among us
work. The book comes in a unique “doing good".
binding of brown lettered in gold,
ON BEING FUNNY
making a very attractive combina
tion. It is illustrated throughout and
also bears the likeness of the author
ess. The authoress, Mrs. Kathryn well as anybody; we also appre-
Wilson. Omaha, Neb., a race women, I elate the fact that the majority of
known to many Portlanders, dedi our race can smile when the whole
world seems sad.
cates her book with these significant
To the woman who has Race men and Race women, the Bible
fought a duel with fear, worry, doubt says there Is a time for everything,
and suspicion, and knows that you end surely there must be a time to
laugh and a time to cry, and don't
trust carve your own destiny; that
forget that all the time is not for
jot must weave the cloth that clothes
We are told that during
y-'er own future; that you are a suc
cess or a failure in proportion to the big rose festival parade the other
day, a Race man, of soldierly appear
your faith In God and your faith in
ance, when all about him bls com
your own abilities?”
rades were marching, shoulders erect,
The book represents the study of
years in the art of beauty culture by faces forward, he was looking “this
Mrs. Wilson, who is the founder and way and that,” up to the building
owner of The California Sun Parlors. windows along the streets with his
521 North Thirty-third Street. Omaha. "pearls” staining and glistening, as be
Neb, and who with her estimable viewed the “scenery” about him, evi
husband occupies a prominent place dently forgetful of the tact that he
in the fraternal, civic, social and was the one to be viewed. Here was
a time of all times this man should
church circles of Omaha.
have been his best—not a grinning
soldier, but a soldier, serious in look
and carriage, representing the serious
The rapid growth of our life insur side of life. There was a "funny”
ance companies, and the conserva man in this same parade, the sum
tive manner in which most of them total of whose business was to be
have Keen conducted by our business funny, but it is said that had this
men who realise that they are build "funny” man seen the soldier, he
ing institutions that will ultimately would have been green with jealousy
function as financial clearing houses on being out-funnied by the lad in
for our group is a development along khaki. Men, let us be men and not
business lines that strongly appeals monkles; let us cease being forever
to every progressive member of the the fun-maker for others. Stop, look,
race. These institutions. In which listen, think. The time has come for
we take so much pride, are now op us as a Race to lay aside our foolish
erating in every state in which there ness, our child's play and put our
is a considerable number of colored hearts, our heads and our hands to
Inhabitants, and by the opening of gether and work as one for the great
new avenues of employment and cause of freedom and for the building
training for our young men and up of a down-trodden and despised
women they are rendering an invalu Race.
able service. These Insurance com
panies constitute the largest single
business that Is financed and con
trolled by persons of our group, and
the failure of ony one of them,
through bad management or other
wise. would have a farreacblng and
an almost disastrous effect by de
stroying the confidence in racisl en
terprises. thst has been so difficult
Our business men
should understand that their inter
eats are in common; that what af
fects a part affects the whole, and
that by legitimately protecting the
other fellow, they not only protect ,
themselvee but are advancing the I
financial and business
Morrow were boats at dinner tor
their pleasure al their residence. 495
Mrs. Campbell Leaves ea Tour
Kearney Street They were also the
gueata at dinner of William Lloyd at
Mrs Gaston L Campbell, accompa
his residence. 1304 East Sherman
nied by her lovely children, left Wed
street Mr. Campbell will return to
neoday morning for a trip to her old Marshfield Thursday, where ho is on
home tn Caldwell. Texas. Mrs. Camp gaged tu bustaaa«.
bell will first visit her sister in
She will return
Dr. and Mra, Moers Entertained
Earl Morrison, one of
the fleet tooted bell hops
al The Portlaud, baa so
many girls that ho re
fuses to remember their
iMtmoe when asked.
II. tlayea who worked at The Gear
hart last Hummer and had gone back
to lhe beach thia Hummer aa bellhop,
blew up on Monday and returned io
Portland, where ho hopes lo land a
bellhop or a busman's job.
Hen Rutherford, former bellhop al
The Portland, who Is now porisr at
The Uoerhart. Gearhart. Oregon, la
reported as making big wads of
Bob Robinson is trying out as a
bell hop al The Portland.
Mrs. F. W Pickett was hostess at
a beautifully appointed breakfast,
honoring Dr. and Mra. E. W. Moore
of Pittsburgh, Pa. at her residence.
337 Eugene street. Monday. June IS,
at 11 A, M. Additional covere were
laid tor Rev. and Mrs. K. C. Dyer
and Mr. and Mrs. James Bragg The
guests had a delightful time and do
parted praising the hostess.
MME. M. ROBINSON
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Manufactured Hair Goods for Sale
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Our prices ara very reasonable. Give us a trial. We will please you
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J. W. INGERSOLL, Prep.
Hair and Beauty Preparations
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
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
Phone Broadway 1885
Res., Walnut 7157
COOLIDGE AND DAWE8
When the Republican Party Na
tional convention met at Cleveland
the other day and nominated Calvin
Coolidge for Preaident and Charles
E Dawes tor Vice-president, two
men were nominated whose election,
it is thought, will be sure and certain.
BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER
Stand : North Bank Depot, 430% Hoyt Street
J. E. MARTIN AND HORACE MEC-
KLEM FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR
Saturday the people of this city
will be called upon to vote for four
people for School Directors, also for
a school bond Issue. Two men most
talked of for Directors are Horace
Mecklem and J. E. Martin.
said suit on Ibe 4th day of Juno. 1914
B F. LINDAS.
Attorney tor Plaintiff. .
517 Abington Bldg . Portland, Oregon.
The date of ths first publication here
of being June T, 1*14. and the dale of
the last publication hereof being July
PROMINENT MATRON MATES TRIP EAST
through California where * She will
visit friends. Three months will be
taken to make the trip. While in
Portland, Mr. and Mrs Campbell
were the recipients of several social
honors; they were entertained at
dinner Thursday evening, the 12th
Inst., by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Garnett
at their home, 1020 East 27th street.
North; Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
TWO SPLENDID PEOPLE
Thou shalt love the Lord thy God
with all thy heart, and with all thy
soul, and with all thy strength, and
with all thy mind; and thy neighbor
as thyself.—Luke 10:27.
Haturday, Juna li, 1114
Mra. Nimrod Jackson, ths charming and accomplished wife of Nimrod
Jackson. IM McClellan street, who left Sunday. Juno 19th, tor an extend
ed trip through several states. She will visit friends In Kansas City bo-
| fore going to her old homo In Jefferson City, where she will spend the
I greater part of the time visiting her mother. Mrs. Jackson Is prominent
In social and fraternal cl relee In the city and has a largo coterie of warm
friends who wish her a safe and pleasant trip.
Mrs. Olliver Entertains
Mra. D'Oracle Olliver will tfc hoe
teas tor the Entre* Noua Club st her
residence, «3« East 14th St., Wednes
day. June 25th.
Mra. Lomax Delightful Hostess
Honoring Rev. and Mrs. E. W.
Moore, visitors to lhe city. Mrs. W.
P. Lomax entertained st a delightful
tour-course luncheon at her home.
101» E. 27th street. N, Monday after-
noon. June 14th. Seated about the
beautifully appointed table were the
following additional guests: Rev. and
Mrs. E. C. Dyer. Mra. Dolly Partee
and Mrs. E. D. Cannady.
Leave tor California
Mra. Bartha Dixon and Mrs Jean
ette Hoyt, two local society matrons
prominent in St. Philip's Episcopal
church, left Thursday to reside in
California. Both were the recipients
of several social functions before
leaving on their Journey.
Mra. Henrietta Marshall has re
lumed from a trip to her old home
In Ixmlsiana. While visiting In Naw
Orleans she was entertained by the
Crescent .Lodge of Elks and reports
s most delightful lime.
tn the District Court of the Htate of
Oregon tor the County of
N. W Legal Adj. Co., an Oregon cor
June Lange. Defendant.
In the name of the Blate of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint
against you In the above entitled
court and cause, on or before the IStb
day of July, 1924, the last day of six
weeks' publication hereof, or tor want
thereof plaintiff will apply to said
court tor lhe relief prayed for In said
against you in the sum of >29 00, In
terest on said amount a 6 per cent
per annum from November 2, 1923.
until paid and for costs and disburse
ments of this action.
Thia summons Is published once a
week for six consecutive weeks, pur
suant to an order of the Honorable
Martin Hawkina, judge of the above
entitled court, made and entered In
said suit on lhe 19ih day of July.
1»24. The date of the first publica
tion hereof being June 7. 1924. and
the date of the last publication here
of being July 1», 1924.
B. F. LINDAS.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
517 Abington Bldg., Portland, Ore.
Dinner and Social Chat Enjoyed
Dr. and Mra E. W Moore were the
guests of honor Saturday evening at
a social gathering at the home of Mr
and Mrs. B. J. Fuller, S3» Ttbbett
street, at which time delicious re
freshments were dispensed by the
Music and social conversa
tion were the diversions. On Sunday
Mrs. Jean Myers was
hostess at a delicious flvecourse
dinner for the pleasure of Dr. and
Mrs. Moore at her residence, 999 E.
The Columbia River Highway trip
to Eagle Creek was enjoyed by Dr.
and Mrs. Moore together with a par In the District Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of
ty of friends who sponsored the trip.
Including Dr. and Mra. E. C. Dyer,
Mra. George N. W. Legal Adj. Co, an Oregon cor
Bunch and Mra. W. P. Lomax. The
guests were charmed with the beau
ties of this wonderful drive, lunch be Ed. Kleinschmidt and Harriet Klein
schmidt, his wife, Defendants.
ing eaten a la picnic at the end of
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you and each of you are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the com
Editor and Mra. E D. Cannady en plaint filed against you In the above
tertained at dinner for the pleasure entitled court and cause, on or before
of Mr. and Mra. James Johnson of the 19th day of July, 1924, the last
Seattle, Mra. D. H. Parker and Mra. day of six weeks’ publication hereof,
Dupree of Tacoma and Mra. Charles or for want thereof plaintiff will ap
ton of Portland, at their home in Irv ply to said court for the relief prayed
ington Thursday evening, the 12th. tor in said complaint, to-wlt:
judgment against you and each of
The party waa the house guests of
you In the sum of >93 50. interest on
Mr. and Mrs. Charleston for a week
«aid amount at 6 per cent per annum
and left early Friday morning for
from November 3, 1923, until paid and
their respective homes by automobile.
coats and disbursements of this ac
Mra. Charleston made It exceptional
ly pleasant for her guests during their
This summons Is published once a
sojourn here, and among the enter
week for six consecutive weeks, pur
tainments had In their honor, none
suant to an order of the Honorable
was more high appreciated than the Martin Hawkina, a judge of the above
trip over the Columbia River high
entitled court, made and entered In
Mrs. Qllden Visits
Mrs. William Gllden and her two
lovely children were gueata In Port
land during the Rose Carnival and
stopped at the residence of Mr. and
Mra. E. Strawder, 242 Page street.
Mr. and Mra. Gllden reside In Silver-
Chlldran'a Party Enjoyed
Little Miss Bertha Baker enter
tained a bevy of her little friends at
a party at the residence of her moth
er, 861 Cleveland Avenue, Friday,
June 13th. The hostess served delic
ious refreshments and a most delight
ful time was had by the little ones.
Mrs. N. R. Ivey of Grove Park, Fla.,
arrived In the city Sunday and will
y remain on a visit with her children,
the Ivey family, until October. Her
little granddaughter, Mildred Ivey, 11
years old, accompanied her on the
800 Club Entertains
Honoring their husbands, ladies of
the 500 Club entertained at the beau
tiful home of Mr. and Mra. Jasper
Williams, on Sumner street Wednes
Mt Olivet Baptlet Church
East First and Schuyler Sts.
The California quartelte will sing
at ibe morning services. Rev. Dyer,
lhe acting pastor, will preach morn
ing and evening. The missionary so
ciety will render an interesting pro
gram on the fifth Sunday In the
The Young Folks Banquet
The little tots who participated In
the Tom Thumb wedding given last
week at Mt. Olivet Baptist church
tor lhe benefit of the Hunday School
of lhe church were the Inspiration
for a pretty lltlle banquet held In the
dining parlor of the church Monday
afternoon. A abort program waa ren
dered In which Mesdames K. W.
Moore and E D. Cannady participat
ed with brief laika of encouragement
to lhe little on oa who were as pretty
and attentive sa could be. A dalle
lous repast was served.
FIRST A. M. E. XION CHURCH
417 Williams Ave, Rev. E. J. Me-
gruder, A. B. Pastor. Parsonage, 290
Cook Ave. Phone Welnut 5174.
Next Hunday (tomorrow) la church
rally day. Everybody Is asked to
bring one dollar. “Freely ye have re
volved. freely give.” l-et Zion be
crowded both morning and evening.
Children's Day program will be held
at 11 A. M and Iho Masonic lodges
will turn out jointly In the evening.
You are very cordially Invited to at
tend our services.
ST. PHILLIPS MISSION
24th and Savior Sta.
St. Phillip's Mission has announced
axtraord'nary services for Sunday
Mias Frieta Shaw will bo soloist
Morning service, 11 a. m ; Sunday
School, II m. Archdeacon Black In
charge; Mr. B. Coloe, lay reader. A
cordial welcome awaits you at HL
Regular meetings of the Portland
Branch of the National Association
tor lhe Advancemeat of Colored Peo
ple held every 2nd Monday evening
at First A. M E. Zion Church, 417
J. A. EWING, Pres.
LEE ANDERSON. Sec'y.
N O T IC E Yo CREDITORS
Itf lhe Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the Connty of
Notice la hereby given that the un
deralgned has been appointed admin
istrator of the Estate of Virginia But
ler of the State of Oregon tor Mult
nomah County, and has qualified.
All persona having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to pre
sent the same, duly verified as by law
required, to the underalgped at 212
Macleay Bldg, Portland. Oregon,
within six months from the date
Dated and first published, June 7,
Last publication, July 5, 1924.
EDWARD J. MAGRUDER.
Mra. E. D. Cannady, Attorney.
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