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KANSAS CITY CANDIDATES MOST STATE VEWS ON DTEI DILI
ARE HONORED AT UNUSUAL RECEPTION
MRS. JOHN EARNEST MAPP* AND MR*. ALICE PARK GUEST* OP
HONOR AT BRILLIANT RECEPT ION GIVEN BY EOITOR ANO
MR*. CANNADY AT THEIR HOME JULY THIRTIETH
Am»r.e»n Whit* and Colored; Chine ea. Gorman, Irish, Jew and Spanish
Give International Aspect to Gathering.—Many Acclaim
Affair Moot Enjoy able Ever Attended.
(Specially Reported by Mtaa Bwain.)
"I am primarily a student and still
Honoring Mr» John Erneat Mapps,
of Hpokauo. Wash. and Mrs Allee study and hope to for a great many
We feel that as young men
Park of Palo Alto. California, Editor years
and Mra. K. D . Cannady entertained we have come Into rather a bad her
at a reception at their home in lr- itage, and we are rather looking up
v Intel on. Wednesday evening. July to our older folks with sort of a dis
30th Mra. Mappa la honorary preol dainful eye. and we nometlmes feel
dent of the Washington Federation of that we must unceremoniously step
Colored Women's Club» and honorary on the shoulders of the older genera
National Rtatletlclan of tho Fedora, tion and start over again
lion, and Mra Park, who la Interna that we must have en extended peace,
tionally famous for her world peace and see whether law and justice and
etforto and humane work, hao charge a few of the other Ideals we are striv
of iho western division of the publici ing for are possible and practical.
ty department of the International But we are In a regular paradox, a
quandry and sometimes we don't
Thia gathering waa one of unuaual blame our older students so very
occurrence and was different tn much "
He told of the exploitation of the
many reopecla from the average re
ception Flrot because It represented Asiatic and Oriental by the American
oeveral different nationalities and in for selfish purposes and which Inci
stead of the usual «octal parley, a dentally brought these people Into
program of rare beauty waa ren the knowledge of our means of war
fare, which they can if they will use
The hoetea» announced that In all on us He »aid that fear waa the only
her effort», public and private, abe thing that has actually caused our
always »ought to bring about better statesmen to use a little more kindli
underataudlng. and hence better re ness and tolerance In dealing with
lations between people» of all racea, them
and »luce one of the guest* of honor said:
"Il is really more human selfish
waa of International fame, ahe bad
thought to give the evening a sort ness that we can no longer exploit
of International aspect. hence gueata these people and do what we want
represent Ing different race» and va with them. The thing that gives us
hope with these eastern peoples Is
rled Intereata were Invited.
The first number on the program that they have been brought up w<th
waa a aong by * Chinese chlldren'a tho eastern philosophy of ilfe—they
qulntetta. compoaed of three little never let things get the best of them.
girl* and two little boy», ranging from They still feel that life is a spiritual
three to five year» of age: Jame», thing, that It is something apart from
Joe and Jacqueline Wong; Madeline the necessary things. We sent the
and Maxine Chinn
They aang sev missionary over to him to teach the
eral »election« and were accompa gospel of Christ, and I think he will
nlod on the piano by Mlaa Mabel Chin return this by teaching us the gospel
Quoug. a beautiful and accomplished of a sane and happy life. I think
young Chinese girl, who also sang a the Oriental will teach us the prin
solo In her own language and an ciples of a peaceful and just life."
Oeorge Orr lAtlmer. a splendid
Irish song in English. This was fol
lowed by a brief talk by Roas Dea young man of one of the pioneer fam
mond. naalstant superintendent of the ilies of the city, was the next speaker.
Men’s Rraort. Mr. Desmond told of Mr l-atlmer's talk will be published
the splendid work carried on at the In next weok's Issue, as space will
resort on Fourth and Bumside streets not permit of publishing all the pro
and of the plans for future develop gram this week.
Miss Violet Hooker sang beautiful
ment and broadening the work. Mrs.
Cannady then asked Mrs. Minnie R. ly, "All For You.” by Bertrand
Mrs. Sadie Orr Dunbar, president
Trumbull to tell something of the
Child Welfare Work. Mrs. Trumbull of the State Federation of Women’s
la secretary of the Child Welfare Clubs, gave an Interesting report of
Board and Labor Commission. Rhe some of the outstanding features of
the General Federation meeting hold
spoke In part as follows:
"One of the biggest needs we find recently In Loa Angeles, Calif. She
among the children of today la to told of the women's firm stand for
break down the line which money law enforcement; of their Interest in
has helped to build up. and I don’t world peace and Inter racial relations,
know anywhere where it is more un and stated that Mrs. Thomas O. Win
friendly than it is among children. ters. retiring president of the Gen
We find children who are not Intend eral Federation, would head the de
ed for Industrial life, having an en partment of Inter-Racial Relatione,
tlrely wrong opinion of the children thus affording strong and sympathetic
who are intended for Industrial life. leadership of that department. Mrs.
The idea that a man who runs a Sherman, the Incoming president.
bank or who has a big business is Mrs. Dunbar said, would stress par
mf more Importance In the world than ticularly home-life during her admin
the man who help« to do the com istration. and to this end she has cre
mon every-day work of the world Is ated a new department called Home
one which has entirely too much em Life, to which all question» affecting
phasis all the way through. When I the home life of the Nation would be
go Into the factories and I see the referred.
Dr. Chester Easter said:
men dressed In their overalls and
"Mra. Cannady, thia la very kind of
working so that we may have automo
bile batteries to help do the work of you. You give me an opportunity to
our machine, 1 begin to feel that we speak. I think perhaps In the dis
don't fully appreciate the value of cussion of electrionlc work that my
the common every day things of life. work would be more or less tiresome
If It weren’t for those of us at the to you. but as Mr. Latimer was talk
bottom, there couldn't he anybody at ing It struck me rather pointedly, be
cause I view almost everything from
Rev. J. J. Handsaker. In charge of the point of my work, that In order
the Near Kant Relief Work of the Io attain equality, whether it be from
Northweet. waa the next one called the standpoint of sects or racea. or
from an economic standpoint, that It
on to speak, and he said In part:
“Out In the Near East now we are would be neceaaary and probably the
facing the task of trying to save the beat way finally to reach that point
results of tho most extravagant en through the developments of acience.
terprise the world ever figured out— That Is. philosophy has had Its day.
the war that left us with 9.000.000 and all the fundamental truths that
children without any parenta.
We we have conceived concerning equal
have gathered together about one out ity of man and the place of man as
of every sixty of those children, and a unit In general civilisation, has been
have them In the largest orphanage cited to us through phil sophlea. The
the world has ever seen.
Fifteen discussion has been started, but after
thousand of them are In one orphan all it will remain for science to dem-
(Continued on peg* 4)
age this summer. We begin indus
trial training of the children at the
age of 11, and at 16 they must go
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That la all wa are asking of the Am tents at Curry's Colony, Seaside, Ore
erican public, and that Is that the gon. Write or phone J. W. Curry,
children shall come to the age of 12 107 N. 14th St. Broadway 1641—adv.
and then receive training until they
are 16, and they will take care of
Please pay your subscription to
Tho Advocate and avoid missing an
Jacob Weinstein, recently returned Issue of the paper.
home from the Hebrew College at
Cincinnati, Ohio, spoke briefly on The
Youth Movement and Peace:
Local and For-
. eign News Briefs
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thomas,
1401 East Sixth Street, N.. a line
baby. Mother and baby doing fine.
Dr. J. Matllsky in charge.
For Rent—Furnished tent; stove,
bed. dishes and everything; fishing,
swimming and bathing. Phone Mrs.
R F Morrison. Sunset 2641.—adv.
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TO ATTENO SCHOOL HERE
Mias Rebecca Bivens arrived Thurs
day morning from Artsona and Is
stopping with Mr. and Mra. Goodwin,
where she will make her home while
here attending school and studying
(By Genevieve Elisabeth Mellen)
A popular railroad man In business
here over s year is J. W Curry. Mr.
Curry purchased a large lot on Sev
enth Street and on this lot is a four-
room cottage known as The Holly
wood. which is occupied for the sum
mer by Mrs. R. Flowers end son Clif
ford. There are also four large tents
nicely furnished and one small one.
The lot is nicely feared in and signs
placed here snd there "No Tres
passing”. Large jribade trees make
this tent city an ideal spot for camp
ing. Mr Curry's tents are reason
able, In fact he furnishes everything
except food. They can't be beat for
the price so why not spend a few
days at the tent city and enjoy the
fresh salt air and dip In the surf.
Mrs Fred Mitchell and daughter
Carlotta of Portland spent Saturday
snd Sunday here.
Mrs. Etta Gardner, an assistant tn
the Dixie Tea room will leave for Se
attle, her homo, next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Turner and Dove
Robinson of The Golden Trail Lodge
spent two days in Portland last week.
Miss Freita Shaw, who Is »pending
a month at Cannon Beach, spent a
few hours here last Wednesday en
route to Portland, where she will
spend a few days with relatives.
Mrs. L. Webb and daughter Doro
thy of Gearhart left last week for
tbehr home In Seattle after spending
three weeks here.
Madam W. S. Badger, who has been
suffering with an attack of pleurisy.
Is much Improved at this writing.
Mrs. Della Mays of the Grossmeyer
Cottage at Gearhart, spent Tuesday
evening as the guest of Mme. George
Mullen. Mme. Mullen did a big busi
ness with her beauty work Isat week.
RECITAL REPORTED SUCCESSFUL PORTLAND PASTOR AND FAMILY
The local Branch of the N. A. A. C.
The Rev. Dr. A. R. Fox. wife and
P. reports the Grayson recital as very
successful. The Association, the Col children returned to Portland after a
ored Women's Clubs and Mrs. Gray three months' vacation in the South
son receiving over $30.00 each a» and East. Dr. Fox was a delegate to
their respective shares of the pro the General Conference of the A. M.
ceeds. Mrs. Jesse Grayson, who gave E. church, which met at Louisville.
the recital here, recently gave one In Ky., snd besides serving on several
Important committees, was one of the
Los Angeles. Calif.
tellers of the election, and was ap
Sickllsted are Mra. Mattle McAr pointed on the Conpectlonal Educa
tional Board, which meets once a
thur and Mrs. I. L. Davidson.
year at New York. Dr. and Mrs. Fox
CREOLE DINNER TO BE GIVEN attended the Commencement of their
Alma Mater. Wilberforce University,
Mrs. Joe Prescott, assisted by Mrs.
and the Degree of Doctor of Divinity
R. C. * mms, will give a Creole din
was conferred upon Dr. Fox. hsving
ner Friday, August 16th, from noon
already received the Degree of Bache
until midnight for ths benefit of her
lor of Divinity from the same Uni
sick husband. A complete, generous
versity In 1916 They visited In the
dinner will be served for 50 cents,
leading cities of fourteen states, be-
Ing royally entertained in all places
where they stopped, and Dr. Fox
Edward C. Morgan writes us from
preached in some of the largest
Seattle that the orchestra is doing
churches In the Connection.
fine on the boat. Morgan sends best
wishes to Portland friends and asks
for The Advocate to be sent to him at
THEM RIGHT, THEY FOUGHT
"They were terrible to the Ger LOCAL NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR ADVANCEMENT OF
mans,” he continued, "because they
ORED PEOPLE SEND* QUESTIO NNAIRE* TO CANDIDATE* TO
regarded the Germans as savage»
DECLARE THEMSELVES ON TWO IMPORTANT ISSUE*
fighting with disloyal arms and de
vasting everything for the love of Asked to State Views on Klan and t he Oyer Anti-Lynculng Bill Before
Our sharpshooters fought well
tho Coming Primaries^—Rep ort From Queetionnalree to
tor France because she treats them
Be Hoard at Maos Meeting
with humanity and justice, on the
same footing as her otucr children."
(Special to The Advócalo.)
Edouard Daladler, minister of the
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. August 1—
colonies, said that 840,000 black The Kansas City Call announces ac
hí» daughter, Mrs. Walker of Oak-
troops fought for France and 30.000 tlon taken by the local N. A A. C. P.
were killed on the battlefield.
In behalf of colored voters, to make
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Lee of Berkeley
candidates In the coming primaries were hosts at one of the grandest
declare themselves on Issues affect social affairs given in the college
ing colored people.
A questionnaire city in honor of Mr snd Mrs. Shields
sent by the N. A. A. C. P. Committee of Kansas City, Kan., who is visiting
Margaret Graves, a young woman
to all candidates asks snswers to the Mr. and Mrs. J. Gray, sister of Mrs.
who recently arrived In the city, was
the victim of a dangerous knife
1. Are you in favor of the passage
wound in the neck Wednesday night
of the Dyer Anti-Lynching Bill by the
on North 14th St., who: approached
from the rear by an unknown assail
2. Are you in favor of the provi
ant. She claims to have no knowl
sions for enforcement of the 13th,
edge of who the person was who as
J. Carlyle, a waiter re
14th and 15th Amendments of the
saulted her. At the emergency hos
here from Califor
Constitution of the United States as
pital here the wound was dressed, It
nia. is acting captain in
have been provided for by the en
is said she will recover.
The Portland dfl n 1 n g
forcement of the lt8h Amendment?
room, while John Moyer
3. Are you now a member of the
is taking a vacation.
Ku Klux Klan?
ORDERED BY LABOR
J< fesse Brook« has thrown down the
4. Have you ever signed an appli
cation blank for membership in said relief waiter job at The Portland and
will turn to red-capping at the
(Preston News Service)
6. State in a few brief words your Union Station.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Aug. fl.
Garner Grayson. Jr., is working on
attitude toward« the Klan.
Louis Fall, who has gained tame un
6. Do you believe in equal educa the steamer Alexander, plying be
der the name of Battling Sikl, may be
tional facilities for all persons of tween Seattle and San Francisco.
deported from the United States.
Miss French, who has been sub
school age in this State?
Sikl Is a native of the French Afri
stituting for a month or more as
7. In what way do you favor hous
can Colonies, victor over Georges
checker at The Portland, spent a few
ing and racial segregation
Carpentier for the world’» light
days celebrating at Longview, Wash
8. Do you believe in political and
heavyweight championship in Paris
ington, last week.
industrial equality? if so to what ex
two years ago. He is under Investiga
Manager Harrington of The Port
tion. it is said, by Immigration com
The committee consists of Rev. Ar- land has so far recovered as to be
missioners and inspectors of the La
able to walk' around in the hospital
thur E. Rankin, chairman; J. E.
bor Department, in connection with
where he has been for the past month
Cavell; Joseph A. Butler; D. F. Sny
his marriage a few days ago in New
der; Marshall Jackson; T. J. Mc
York to Miss Lillian Werner, alleged
Cann; Gus Perty; Dr. E. A. Burk
to be white, but subsequently de
hart. and James E. Lee.
clared an octoroon.
At a mass meeting to be announced
Fall, according to press reports
later the report of the committee will
from Paris, It is claimed, has s wife
and a child living near the French
capital. If the investigation by the
immigration Inspectors develops that
this is true. Sikl will be subject to
(By A. D. Le Bon.)
deportation on a charge of bigamy.
Capt. C. H. Keyes. Pullman Porter
Daily Fashion Hint
ANNUAL TEN DAY*’
THE HOUSE OF PRAYER
28 Union Ave., North
Convenee Sunday. August 10th. Chris
tians everywhere are requested to
unite with us In prayer at 3 p. m. on
that date. Pray where you are or
come and pray with us at the above
address at 2 o’clock. Visiting minis
ters will be with ua during these
meetings from California and the
East. Also local ministers are ex
pected to come and worship wth us
and hear the gospel preached in
beauty end holiness.
Everybody welcome. Take Rose
City Park car. get off at corner Burn-
side and Union Ave.
Elder Robt. Searcie, Pastor.
of San Francisco district, died Wed
nesday morning, July 30, at the Coun
ty Hospital after a lingering illness.
He acquired the title of Captain at
one of the large hotels of Salt Lake
City years ago. where he was captain
in the dining room. Keyes was very
well known throughout the North
west. His last days were spent with
(Preston News Service)
RHEIMS, France. July 26—Dedi DETT NAMED HEAÙ OF NEGRO
cating a monument last Sunday to
the colored troops of the great World
(Preston News Service)
I War, General Arcbinard praised their
courage and the exalted part they
CLEVELAND. O. Aug. *.—R.
I took in final victory. He replied to Nathaniel Dett. Director of Music at
[ the German campaign against the col Hampton Institute, to succeed Clar
DOING* OF THE ELKS
ored troops, saying:
“Our black ence Cameron White, of Boston.
George E. Wibecan. former G. E. R. sharpshooters conducted themselves Mass.. Thursday.
of Elks, has Issued a very attractive like good Frenchmen, showing them
The other officers elected were:
circular announcing his candidacy selves worthy of fighting by our J. W. Jones, of Chicago. 111., vice
for re-election at the coming grand sldei.“
president; Alice C. Simmons, of T ub
lodge in Pittsburgh.
The colored troops engaged before kegee Institute, secretary and treas
which has been adopted by Wibe- Rhelms from May to July. 1918. he urer.
can's friends Is, "Let Him Return and sadl comprised about a doten battal
The next meeting of the association
Finish His Task."
ions. or scarcely a tenth of all the will be held in Indianapolis. Ind., the
troops on the front.
last week In July, 1926.
Mrs. Cordells Clay Is down from
Seattle to take care of her mother
who Is III and confined to her resi
dence on Williams Ave. Mrs. Clay
will remain until her mother is able
to be up.
HANDSAKER FAMILY LEAVE
FOR OCEAN PARK
Rev. J. J. Handsaker and family
left Friday for Ocean Park on their
vacation to spend the remaining days
of this month. The family resides at
5630 44th Ave. S. E.
THEY SAW THE RACES
Messrs. George Singleton. Al Green
and Richard Euwef spent Sunday In
Gresham attending the races held at
Corner Broadway and Everett Streets
Mrs. Boyes Strain is up and able to
be around her home at 216 Meade
Mrs. Arthur Syksa has been ill at
her home, 411 E. Everett St., but la
improved at this writing.
Mrs. Marlon McCloar Is 111 at her
home, 648 Tlbbett Street.
The bathing girl of 1924 designs her
costume for the beach as well as for the
sea. This model features the blouse
with plastron front, a monogrammed
pocket, tiny revers and collar, to say
nothing of a sash of »elf-material. The
bloomers are gathered into straight
bands at the knees.
sateen, surf satin, alpaca,
suitable for the developmeri
Medium siie requires 4W
yards 36-inch material, with ’ yard of
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16 to 20 years. Price, 40 cents.
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