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About The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1924)
Arts Ptanta Highly Enjeyed
Mrs. I. L. Davidson sponsored a
picnic party last Sunday morning
whoa twenty pleasure seekers left
nt 4 a. m. by five automobiles for
They arrived 1a
Salem safe and happy, ate their din
ner« a ta picnic and took a spin about
the capital, seeing th* sights Th*
party returned home late In the
evening, calling It "th* end of a per
invited to spend the 4th of July with
the Elks on the -»xcursloa heat Swan
on the Willamette
Applications to join the Elks Lodge
under dlspeaMtioa are fast being re
J. H. Btlllngslia. a flood Elk who
ceived and before Iks explretlou of
the sixty days’ limit It ta expected calls Flagataft. Aria., hta bom, writes
that the membership will bo aug that he was married oa the 47th ot
nieuted by at least fifty or more now June to Mtas Mollie Lawrence,
A number of Bills and Daughters
wlU Journey to Seattle Saturday to
Join tn the celebration of the Elks
and Daughters of that city for three
Mr*. E. D. Cannady addressed th*
E. W. Morton. District Deputy ot
Oregon, and Ono ot the most promi Community Church Dally Vacation
nent members of
Lodge ot Bible School near Rose City Park
it M a delegate to Seattle ' Friday. Jun* toth. in the interest of
In the District Court of the State of
Oregon for ths County of
N. W Legal Adj. Co., an Oregon cor
DOINGS OP THE ELKS
Grand Exalted Ruler. J. Finley Wil-
■on of Elks will not come to Port
land July 4th. as was expected, which
fact la a great disappointment to the
iln th* name ot th* Blate of Oregon.
gara" they speak of. ao that they members of Rose City Lodge and
yon are hereby required to appear
The order were
might bo of service ta their block Dahlia Tempi«.
brethren In Africa, by carving eut a planning a great and glorious recep tloe ot Elka
I h®»* an<1 «,rU ,ör B kinder treatment and answer the comptaint
real nation there, and taking thsir tion but nevertheless the public is
Grand Exalted Ruler J Finley WU «nd consideration ot the young col- against you In ths shore eut Hied
court and cause, on or before the 14th
place among the nations of the earth
day of July. 1424. the last day of six
on the baa* ef merit, er someth lag
weeks’ publication hereof, or tor want
accomplished, that would justify their
thereof plaintiff will apply ta said
sxietence." Let us aay In reply that
court for the relief prayed tor in said
If the Negro In America wasted to
cate in the list of officers elected by com plaint to-wit:
go to Africa, he couldn’t get In there
against you ta the sum of 414.00. ta
for the white folk« Our learned con
raine Schaffer appeared as recording terest on said amount a 4 per cent
temporary talks as if aR people in
secretory to till the unexpired term per annum from November 3. 1424.
all the world thought as he did oa
FRIDAY EVENING. JULY 11. ISM
of Dt. Cordelia Clay. It should have until paid and for costa and disburse
the subject. He forgets there are a
Fleet A. M. E. Zien Church. 417 Williame Avenue
been DC. Pearl Love, as she was menta ot this action.
few people in the world who have
This summons ta published once a
o elected to fill the vacancy.
sen—. Personally we think It would
week for six consecutive weeks, pur
bo a fine thing to redeem Africa, it
PROGRAM FOR THE ALL-STAR suant to an order of the Honorable
would be a fine philanthropic piece of
Martin Hawkins. Judge of the above
•ACRED CONCERT AT THE A.
work, but there are many nattons
court mad* and entered tn
M. R. ZION CHURCH SUN
holding a slice of Africa who are not
■aid suit on the 14th day ot July.
going to relinquish that hold for Mr.
1444. The date of the first publica
TERNOON. 4 OXLOCK
Green’s ideas on the American race
tion hereof being June 7. 1444. and
question, nor anyone else's.
Williams Orth. the date of th* last publication here
For Mr. Green's Information we
Baptist Church of being July 14. 1424.
will any the Negro has just as much
B. F. UNDAS.
right ta thia country as himself; he
ELKS’ SECOND GALA DAY—JULY 4, 1924
Attorney for Plaintiff.
has helped to make this country what
Ptano Solo __ ______ Miss K. Mills 417 Abington Bldg. Portland, Ore.
It Is today, and if It bad not bee* for
Get Your Tickets at Headquarters
Vocal Solo...... ..... .... Mr. Bert Turner
the Negro. Mr. Green might not be In
Vocal Duet....................... ..................
a position to prate about this country
Meadamee K. Gray, Chas. Williams
STAG CLUB, 381% EAST MORRISON STREET
being a white man's country, and
In the District Court ot the State of
Miss Violet Hooker
boast about superiority and such fool
Oregon tor the County of
Plano Solo ___ Mrs. Pearl Mitchell
We will, however, make
Watch This Space
Vocal Soto.......... Mrs E. D. Cannady
this promise to Mr. Green: when ev
N. W Legal Adj. Co. an Oregon cor
Reading—Th* Raven_________ —...
ery Jew In America is sent back to
_______________ Mr. O. T. Thomas
Palestine: when every Hindu, back
Mr. Ray McAuley Ed. Kleinschmidt and Harriet Klein-
to India; every Greek back to Greece;
Collecttoa. Music by Orchestra
every German back to Germany; ev
■chmldl. his wife. Defen ci an to
ery Irishman back to Ireland; every
In the name of ths Blate ot Oregon,
Frenchman back to France; every
you and each ot you are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the com
Chinaman back to China; every Jap
John Jamison, who re- plaint filed against you In the above
anese beck to Japan; every white
EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
turned home a few days entitled court and enuao, on or before
man out of Africa, then we will con
Coal and Wood Delivered
ago from Howard Law the 14th day ot July. ISM. the taut
sider his advice about our going to
SUM Flssisee S U eek a* Btotk
D. day ot six weeks’ publication hereof,
or tor went thereof plaintiff will ap-
Note: “Mr. Green" is the name of
hop Hat at The Portland ply to said court for the relief prayed
the editor of the Southern Oregon
Frank Waldon, cook and waiter and tor in eald complaint, to-wit:
“Negress editor” and
all arouad man. was a visitor at The judgment against you and each ot
“she witard" are titles bestowed
Portland ■ few days ago, where he you la ths sum ot »»3 60, Interest on
upon your humble servant by Editor
was formerly employed.
said amount at 4 per cent per annum
Green in his reply to my comment of
George Kinney, tor a long tlms from November 3. IMS, until paid and
June 7th. both of which 1 prise high
waiter at The Portland, is spending cools and disbursements of thia ac
ly. as you see by my use ot them.
few days la Seattle and Yakima. tion.
MRS. E. D. C.
Thia summons la published once a
George Wilson and Charles Redd, week for six consecutive weeks, pur
who have been coadactlng a boot suant to an order of the Honorable
black stand at Third and Oak streets Martin Hawkins, a Judgs ot the above
for some time, have sold out. and the entitled court, made and entered tn
former has gone to Seattle.
■aid suit on ths 4th day of Juno. 1M4.
Roy Garnett welter at The Port
B F. LINDAS.
. Bethel A. M. E. church Thursday
land, who also has charge of the
Attorney tor Plaintiff.
, evening, die 14th InsL. for the bene-
wash room st the same place, has 417 Abington Bldg.. Portland. Oregon.
fit of the Colored soldiers in Leaven
opened up a bootblack stand on Sixth The date of the first publication here
worth. Kans., at which time Mes-
and Main streets, where George W of being June 7, 1M4. and the date ot
damee Jessie Grayson and Ethel
Wyatt, late of Boise, Idaho. Is In the last publication hereof being July
Reese were presented was a huge
succeM. The recital was largely at
ZION'S FAMOUS CHICKEN
tended and both participants were at
Dinner Monday, Juno 34th; one-half
spring chicken with trimmings. 60
Card Party Hold
EUssrs Binlrt anti (hturnhnlyn Soaker
A BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Maater. thia woman was taken in
adultery. Moses commanded ■« that
inch should be atoned; but what say-
eat thou* ... He eald unto them He
that la without cm among you. let
him first caat a stone at her.—John
4:4. 6. 7.
Some of the rock-ribbed colored
Republican! in Oregon are damning
the leaders and office holders of the
party for no other reason than that
they are sot now receiving and
■ever have received any substantial
recognition in the way of political
appointments. The guestion la: Why*
Now while the office holders are
largely to blame for the lack ot loy-
ally and appreciation tor the col-
ored voters’ support, the colored vot-
ere must lay some of the blame upon
themselves, for they are not in har
mony and have been unable to agree
upon the selection of the proper men
»nd women to lead them. We admit
that conditions are not what they
should be and will never be so long
as the leadership is content with
empty promises and a few paltry
It’s getting to be a habit polltcally
when a committee ot prominent clti-
aeni recommend men and measures
for the voters to support, the com-
through with a bang Examples: A
committee named the county com
mlssioners; they were elected.
committee named the school direc
tors; they were elected.
goes to show that when the average
voter knows who and what to vote
for. with confidence in their leaders,
they usually follow their advice, and
^ let S eryice
Cleaning & Tailoring Co
ML Olivet Baptist Church
C. Dyer, Peeter
Tbs missionary Society will have
charge of both morning and evening
Those ink Ina part on the
program are Mrs. Josephine linke.
Mrs. H. Strander, Mine Leola Down-
Ing. Mr. N. B Brown. Miss N. Maud
Ivey. Miss E. Young. Mrs. A. McQIU.
Mlns Lucille Triplett. Mrs. K. Gray.
Mr. E. Porter. Miss Ruth Anderson,
Mrs. E. Di Cannady and others. Rev.
E. C. Dyer will prMch the mission-
ary sermon al 11 o'clock A. M Bun
day School at 4:40 A. M. B. T. P. U.
at 4: SO P. M Services begin al 11
A. M and 4 P. M every Sunday. You
are cordially Invited to attend all
FIRST A. M. E. ZION CHURCH
417 Williams Ave, Rev. R. J. Ma
gruder. A B. Foster. Psrsenagy^ tea
Cook Ave. Phene Walnut 4174.
There will be splendid services all
day Bunday The pastor will preach
both morning and evening and a rec
ord crowd Is expected In the after
noon to one ot the beet sacred con
certs rendered tor some time in Port
land The choir has prepared soma
real spiritual ions« and II will« do
you good to apend your tine with
Elon during one of It* services. Yon
ST. PHILLIPS MISO I ON
Mtn and Bavlor Sts.
St. Phllllp'q, Mission has announced
extraordinary eervlce* tor Sunday
MI m Prista Shaw will bo aotolsL
Mornlag service, 11 a. m., Sunday
School, 14 m. Archdeacon Black in
charge; Mr. B. Colea, lay reader. A
cordial welcome awaits you at St
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Circuit Court of the Slate of
Oregon for the County of
Notice ta hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed admin
Istrstor of the Estate ot Virginia But
ler of the State of Oregon tor Mult
nomah County, and has qualified
All persons having claims against
Mid estate are hereby notified to pre
sent the same, duly verified as by law
required, to the undersigned at lit
Mackay Bldg. Portland. Oregon,
within six months from the date
Dated and first published. June 7.
Last publication. July 4. 1M4.
EDWARD J. MAORUDER.
Mrs. E. D. Cannady. Attorney.
For the pleasure of a few friends,
Mrs. Clara Anderson. 442 Williams
Avennue, will entertain with three
tables of cards at her home this
evening. The occasion Is Mrs An-
Cal ifom Ians Visit Her*
Mr and Mrs. E. W. Kirk of Lo«
Angeles, Cal., motored to Portland
Tuesday on a sightseeing trip
and Mrs. Kirk are stopping with Mr.
Kirk’s mother, 618 Morgan 8L, and
will be here until the 15th of July.
Hats cleaned and blocked to suit you.
Tee. we clean everything from neckUes up to rugs, blankets, ate.
8ulta and Overcoats made to your Individual measure.
Satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded.
Our prices are very reasonable. Give as a trial. We will please you.
J. W. INGERSOLL, Prep.
(By Arthur D. LeBon.)
The recent mob of five hundred
Piedmont cltlsens in protest to the
presence of Sidney Deering in their
supposedly exclusive neighborhood
and ths act of the city council In
bringing about a condemnation suit,
gives food for thought on American
patriotism. PrMldent Coolidge on his
Memorial Day addreM spoke earnest-
ly of the love which wo have tor our
country and the duty which wo owe
to It and what the Nation doos for us.
The place and the occasion wars
very appropriate to the subject. Na
tional patriotism Is an emotion usual
ly dormant. Habitually we are main
ly Interested In our locality as
against all other localities.
tism upon analysis will be found oar
most priceless possession. But it ta
weakening to the vanishing stage as
protection 1s placed In our direction.
In no other nation is the danger of
decay of patriotism so great as our
own, by reason of racial differences
and antagonism of our population
which has become strongly estab
E. J. Adams, (white) commenting
on the sentiments ot patritotlsm.
asks how much patriotism ta there
among the 10,640,440 Negroes. He
Mys, ”1 don’t see why there should
be any. Ws compel them to fight
but In the South they are not allowed
to vote. In the North they are al
lowed to vote, but wo bomb them If
they settle In a nice part of the
Adams spoke the truth,
Wise statesmanship considers what
Is and not what we wish—and the
writer congratulates Mr. Deering la
sturdily Instating on his constitutional
rights. If these 100 per cent Ameri
cans are what they claim, let them
respect ths American conetltutlon to
the limit, and their 100 per cent slo
gan will be in accord with the taw.
Roberson of Walla Walla. Wash , mo
tored to La Grande last Sunday and
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. 8tewart of that city who enter
tained tor them beautifully.
guests returned to their homes in the
late evening very much elated over
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
Regular meetings ot the Portland
Branch of the National Association
for the Advancement ot Colored Peo
ple held every 2nd Monday evening
at First A. M. E. Zion Church. 417
J. A. EWING. Pres.
LEE ANDERSON. Sec’y.
TAYLOR THE TAILOR
Texas Matron Hers
Mrs. Willie Pearl Morrison of
Dolías., Tex., arrived in the city Sun-
day evening, the 22nd Inst., from
ASSOCIATE EDITOR ANSWERS
Dallas. Tex., and will remain indefin
itely with her sister, Mrs. L. Randall,
(Continued from page 1)
41114 Union Ave., North.
change their forms and colors, yet
they bloom in radiance side by side,
Texans Visit Ross City
ta perfect harmony and peace.
Mrs. A. L. Robinson, 452 Rodney
the plant kingdom can get along so
Avenue, was agreeably
beautifully together, how much easier
Thursday, June 14th, by the arrival of
and how much more essential is It
her sister, Mrs. Cash, of Temple,
that we of a higher creation get
Tex., who will spend the greater part
along peaceably together, and yet re
of her vacation in Portland.
tain our different outward appear
ances. But it is a sign of inferiority
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Westbrook of
when a man is always talking about
Fort Worth, Tex., are also the house
cohabiting, amalgamation, miscegina-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Robin
tion and “what not”. It shows that
son. They arrived Monday and will
be lives on a low moral plane and
remain about ■ month on a sightsee
thinks only ot sex relations.
ing trip through the Northwest.
The men of our race are satisfied
with the women of their race and
Return* From College
the women of our race are satisfied
Miss Alberta Mayo, daughter of
with their men. We know there are a
Mrs. Katie Henderson. 471 Williams
tew who step over racial lines, that
Ave., returned home Tuesday night
ta thsir business and their privilege. from Wilberforce. O.. where
Ot course, society throws a fit, both been a student the past two
year» nt f.
black and white.
H It ta in God's Wilberforce College.
plan that the races will amalgamate,
Mr. Editor, you and your white su
Young Folks Held Lawn Fete
premacy Idea must bow in humble
Dancing, music and refreshments
submission to the inevitable We are
,were the diversions at a pretty lawn
perhaps not as old ta th* cause as
party Friday evening, the 20th in«L,
yourself, but take the advice of a
given by Miss Eloise Hood at her
novice; don't talk so much about "su home, »»11 5»th Avenue, S. E. Eigh
periority”, live It. If a person or a
teen of the younger society set en
race ta superior to another, they
joyed the delightful affair.
don’t have to label themselvee, their
Ilves will tell; If a person or a race
Mr. and Mm Stewart Entertain
is superior to another, they don’t
Mr. and Mrs. Allen, prominent
worry so much about the inferior out Pendleton citisens, and Mr. and Mrs
11 fact, ta worry
over the situation, to take a boastful
attitude ar* marks of Inferiority.
Speaking of morality: there ta one
thing which to osr mind is the low
est depths to which * man can sink,
and that ta ■ man who rapes hta own
daughter Nearly every day we read
in the white newspaper press of]
Mayor George L. Baker in an inter
view. says he la not certain that he
will make the race for re-election for
Mayor. However, the way we look
at IL the Mayor had better make up
his mind soon, tor the band wagon
la loading up.
Phone Broadway 1885
Res., Walnut 7157
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