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PORTLAND, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1924
PRICE 5 CENTS
FINLEY WILSON RE-ELECTED HEAD OF ELKS
BAPTIST PREACHER QUITS AND FLAYS CHURCH
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REV. W. ARNOLD BENNETT OF PORTLAND
FOR THIRD TERM PROMINENT FRATERNAL
BAPTIST CHURCH CALLS SECTARIANISM AN REV. A. R. FOX CLOSES FIVE YEARS’ SUCCESSFUL ADMINISTRATION
LEADER AND NEWSPAPER EDITOR UNANI
INIQUITY —RESIGNS PASTORATE TO TAKE
MOUSLY RE-ELECTED TO LEAD THE GREAT
PORTLAND CHURCH, ABLY ASSISTED BY MRS FOX
UP NON-SECTARIAN WORK — MEMBERS ARE
ORDER OF ELKS—CONVENTION SAID TO BE
SHOCKED AT HIS ACTION.
BIGGEST IN HISTORY OF ORDER.
(From Who'* Who, General Confer- I during which time the parsonage was 1915. While there she won the gold
ence, Louisville, Ky.. May, 1924)
j repaired and the church beautifully j prize for the best essay on Africa in
In 1916, she was married to
Alfonso Richard Fox wa* born at sfuccoed and paid out of debt and the 1914
in Central Baptist
Hannibal, Mo., Sept. 8, 1891, son of membership increased. While in Ma- Rev. A. R. Fox, B. D., of Hannibal.
Aaron and Anna Fox. He graduated con, there were born to Rev. and Mr*. . Mo., and has played no small part in
from the Hannibal high school in 1910 Fox two sons, Walter Alston and j
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Richard ■ Fox.
He was ability and has organized
Members of the congregation of the a large congregation Sunday morning.
the Theological Department of Wil- chief
Missouri a a dramatic
Pittsburgh. Pa„ Aug. 27, 11 p. m —
The Rev. Mr. Bennett said he saw berforce
Third Baptist Church were shocked
’ in 1915
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I J. Finley Wilson, twice Exalted Ruler
when their pastor, the Rev. W. Arnold in church partisan organization a cult
of his class with the B. D. degree, and superintendent of the Allen Chris- $1000 for her church.
She recently ‘of the I. B. P. O. E. of W. was unani-
The thousands of delegates of the
Bennett, renounced denominationalism which "stinted vision, fettered mental
magna cum laude, joined the North tian Endeavor League for two year*, took a prominent part
in a pageant mously re-elected for a third term in
Twenty-fifth Annual Convention of the
as "one of the iniquities under the expansion and blinded the will against
Missouri Conference at St. Joseph, Upon the unanimous request of the given by thirty (white) Presbyterian, this office tonight. The session was
Improved Benevolent and Protective
word of God" and resigned his pastor
Missouri in 1911, under Bishop H. B. official family, he was returned to Ma- churche* of the city. She ha* served marked by wild cheering as the victory
Rev. Mr. Bennett came here two
of Elks of the World took Pitts
ate to take up nonseetarian work.
Parka. Was ordained deacon in 1914 . t.on
after as vice president of the North Missouri was announced.
y vsir, very
burgh by storm. Fifty thousand colored
The minister not only resigned his years ago from Vancouver, B. C,
at Moberly. Mo., and elder in 1916, at however he received a wire from the
visitors came to Pittsburgh to attend
pulpit, effective September 28th. but where he was pastor of the Emmanuel
Macon. Mo., under Bishop Parks. Be bishop, transferring him to the Puget Missionary and is at the present time has made the Elks a world-wide and
the convention and to witness the
withdrew with his family as members Baptist Church for four years. He has
fore going to Wilberforce, he pastured Sound Conference, Bethel Church, president of the Puget Sound Confer- powerful body, having enlarged its
parade. The Grand Lodge con
of the Baptiah Church. He had not Item a member of the Baptist Church
Mexico, Mo., one year where he trebled Portland. Ore., hi, present charge. ence Branch Woman s Mite Mission-1 SCOpe in a manner never before al
vened in Central Baptist Church and
con filled hie decision and it came as for sixteen years. He was ordained ten
hi* membership and repaired church This congregation had been worship ary Society, this branch bearing the tempted. Extremely popular in the en-
the Grand Temple in Bethel A. M. E.
a great surprise in his sermon before years ago al Kclona, B. C.
and parsonage. Jan. 26, 1916, he was ping in the basement for several years, diatinctioa of raising more money per tire country and possessing remarkable
Church on Tuesday. The parade was
married to Miss Sadye Alston, After but Rev. and Mra. Fox soon filled capita than any other in the entire con-| capacity for organization, his third
Mrs. MeShan stopped with her mother, his giaduation he was assigned to them with the zeal to build. They had nection. She is also district superin- term in office will mean increased vic five miles long. The General Commit
tee saw to it that the delegates were
Mrs. Turnuin, on Williams Ave. Mrs.
several successful rallies, one alone
tories for the Improved Benevolent
royally entertained, and all Pittsburgh
Norris enjoyed the N. A. A. C. P.
Protective Or«kr of Elks of the World.
PICNIC ENJOYABLE AFFAIR
gave the delegates a great time.
picnic at Roache's park l-abor Day.
thousand dollars^ In 1922 the church
The ljibor Day picnic given by the
They left Tuesday for home.
local branch of the N A A. C. P. at
finely furnished In every detail with
Rosche’a park was a most enjoyable
MRS MORRISON HAS BREAK-
lecture room, auditorium, swing bal
Morrison Handsaker Jr., son of Rev.
affair. A large numlier came in the
FAST FOR HER GUEST
cony, furnace, primary department
and Mrs. J. J. Handsaker, an honor
evening and enjoyed the diversions ar
Mrs. R. F. Morrison was hostess at
room, committee rooms, pastor's study,
graduate of Franklin high, thia year,
ranged by the committee in charge.
a delicious four-course breakfast, hon
kitchen, rest rooms for ladies and
will enter Willamette University this
Too much praise cannot be given J. A.
to be the owner of the Pillsbury Flour
oring her guest. Mrs. W. G. Cranshaw.
gentlemen, one of the most beautiful
fall. Rev. Handsaker, as director of
Ewing, the president, for the success
Wednesday morning, the 27th inst.
and well equipped on the Pacific Coast.
the Near East Relief work for the
ful manner in which the picnic was
. is now said to be the richest colored
Covers were placed for twelve. After
He is delegate to the General Confer
I woman in the world. She was recently Northwest, will have to spend much
breakfast Clarence Torrence, who is a
ence of 1924. Rev. A. R. Fox received
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of the winter in the state of Washing
. said to be worth $500,000,000
cousin of Mrs. Cranshaw, entertained
hi, Doctor of Divinity degree at the
ton and British Columbia looking after
ENTERTAINED AT DINNER
with a delightful automobile trip over
commencetndht at Wilberforce Uni
the Near East Relief cause. Their
Mr. and Mrs W. A. Neely of Bull
LOST VIGOR RE-
the Columbia River Highway to Bon
versity in June. 1924.
eldest daughter will teach.
Run were the guests at dinner Sunday
neville and return.
night of Editor and Mrs. E. I> Can
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"Glands Awakened In One Day” I* a way as to cause their many friends
nady. They drove in Sunday evening
MRS. CRANSHAW HONORED
the Amazing Statement of a 76-
in Portland to be deprived of the
with Masters George and Ivan Can
Mrs. R G. Cranshaw of Lot An
pleasant association of the family, in
nady, who had »pent several days with
Mrs. Sadye Alston Fox was born
geles, Cal., was the inspiration for a
Lost vigor, deadened glands and cluding the youngest daughter and
in Marysville. Ohio. Sept. 15, 1895,
beautifully appointed five-course lunch
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‘ nerves, and that weak, worn-out, de-1 Mrs. Handsaker. both of whom will
fifth child of the- late Rev. Primus and
eon Saturday afternoon, Aug. 30, when
¡pressed and half-alive feeling need not spend the winter in Salem to be Bear
GOES TO OBERLIN COLLEGE
Elizabeth C. Alston, the former being
Mesdames Josef A. Wisdom and L. K.
be dreaded any longer since the discov i Morrison—his first year in college.
Win Duncan Allen Jr. left Sunday
a prominent minister of Ohio. She was
Weeks were joint hostesses at the
Rev. and Mrs. Handsaker but re
for Oberlin. O„ where he will enter
educated in the public schools of Ohio, tendent of the Seattle District Sunday ery of a well known chemist. Now it
home of the (ormer. Fifteen attractive
cently returned from the Near East
Oberlin University, He was accom
and graduated with honors from School Convention. Before her mar ! is possible for those who feel "prema-
matrons were seated about the ex
Congress, held near Crater Lake. Rep
panied as far as Omaha. Neb., by
Stivers high chool of Dayton. Ohio. riage to Rev. Fox she was state sec- ! turely old" to become "rejuvenated”
quisitely decorated table. Pretty rose
3£'“Y’ resentatives of the cause were present
Mrs. S. H. Dorsey, who has been via-
Palmyra. Mo., and from there to Ma Afterwards going to Wilberforce Uni |i retary of the Allen Christen End'ea Jor ,
place cards corresponded nicely with
i often in a day’s time, with Mando from California, Oregon, Washington,
iling the Allen family for several
con. Mo., where he served three years versity where she was graduated in League for six consecutive years.
the centerpiece of roses and dahlias.
i Formula, is the amazing statement of i British Columbia, Colorado. Lhah and
weeks and who returned to her home
Kodak pictures of numerous poses of
, one who has taken the treatment. This Montana. Rev. Handsaker had charge
in Omaha Sunday.
the guests in groups and pairs were
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famous discovery is bringing “re of the program over which John W.
nude by Mrs. Weeks. Everyone en
newed youth" and "strength" to thou- May, a national officer from New
MRS NORRIS AND PARTY
joyed the affair immensely.
; York, presided.
The swimming class will open Sept.
Mrs. R. S. Norris of Seattle, accom
Bob Lawrei.c-. who suffered a para i sands where everything else had failed.
17th at 8 P. M. Rates will remain the
panied by two of her sons and Mr*.
lytic stroke some months ago, and be
Miss Willya Mac Wright, principal
Stay off Nov. 11th.—Adv.
MeShan of Spokane, spent twenty-
lieving himself recovered, went to
of home economics. Shorter College.
to be a registration fee of $1.00 per work as porter on an observation car i I twenty-four hours,” says D. B. Peake
four hour* in Portland en route home
Little Rock. Ark., is visiting Mrs. W.
Rev. E. J. Magruder will go to Oak
after a four weeks' auto tour through
to Seaside, had a relapse and is now
Miss Wright and Mrs. ested to know that Mr. and Mrs. Guy I This fee is optional.
but I don't feel a day over *0. Before land next week to enter his daughter
California, Oregon and the Yellow
Brown were co-workers at Shorter Carleton Haynes Corliss. 517 E. 27th ■ The women’s “gym” class is being confined to his home.
in the public school there.
stone National Park. Mr*. Norris and
J. Finley Wilson, while on his hon- I started taking the treatment I felt
College for a number of years. Miss St. North, have issued announcements formed, This class'will meet on Wed-
her sons stopped with Mrs. Leonora
Wright is leaving for California on of the marriage of their daughter. Mil- oratiays from 7 to 8 P. M. Date to be evmoon in Cuba last month set up a I am enjoying a remarkable 'gland
Henderson. 874 Union Ave. N.. and
lodge of Elks, this being among the
Please pay your subscription to
dred Cochrane, to Mr. Harry Wood announced later.
first lodges of th«, order on foreign soil. restoration' and am convinced my ‘re The Advocate and avoid missing an
Andrews, Saturday. August 23. 1924, at
The Kir,i’ basketball class will meet
Dt. Fanny Bond is ill and confined juvenation’ is complete and permanent. issue of the paper.
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Watertown. Mass The happy couple Thursdays from 4 to 5. Date to be
May God’s blessing rest on the discov
to her home on Meade St.
will be at home after the first of Oc- announced later.
Fee remains un-
THE OREGON STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
Dt. Rachael Young is ill at her resi erer of such a boon to humanity.”
tober. 30 West Ninth St.. New York. ch»"K«'<’ for both the above classes.
This wonderful formula, prepared by
A card from Rev. Joseph W. Miller,
dence, 376 Williams Ave.
The date of the Bible class opening
Dt Pearl Love. 999 E. 27th St. No., one of the largest laboratories in the Somerset. Bermuda, states that he has
Judge Corns,, father of the bride.
left Wednesday for Palo Alto, Cal. ' world and generally known as Mando. been transferred from Bermuda an
Axl lz>*s • • si z-r
a *-«** v 4 ~ -
the v following
' is easily used at home and seems to nual conference to the Michigan con
I is well known here, having a lucrative .
for a brief visit.
Social hygiene lectures. Mrs. Alta L.
work like magic in its rapidity on peo ference. which will meet in Grand
law practice with offices in the Yeon
Stevens, "Paper Novelties" and their
ple of all ages and sexes.
Rapids Sept. 10th. Rev. Miller will
making by an expert, and "The Charm
from Bermuda August 30th.
The bride, who has been in New-
Mra George H. Holliday 708 E ; no
what your ige
School." Dates to be announced.
York for sometime, is a charming
Where a sufficient number register 13th St. South, went to St. \ incent s I pion, no matter what you have tried
Taxi Company Adds
young lady, accomplished in literature
la th* Mwral puraalu and pro/Maioa* la Ilf*
, any class requested will be formed.
I if you are lacking in '’vigor” and the ;
and music. It has been through her
Through th« (olio. In. arhaola and dmartaml-
Persons having rooms to rent and jwen* a major operation.
“vital force of youth” we are so con
courtesy that Advocate readers have
The White Top Taxicab Co. has
those furnishing room and board are went a major operation. Later: She is fident Mando Formula will restore you
The School of Basic Arts and
added another machine, a Dodge cab,
had much excellent news of the colored asked to register at the Y.
reported to be doing fine since the
that we offer to send a large $3.50
to its efficient service car system.
race artists back East—such as Harry
(Art, Knalls«. iniblle aiwakla«. modara lanauaass. history, and th* scteneMl
The High School Reserves meet I operation.
bottle for only $1.95 on 10 days' free
Pravkllna th. toundnUon training upon whkh toehnteal aportaliiatlon la built.
Burleigh and Roland Hayes.
Thursday at * P. M.
| trial. If the results are not satisfac-|
The Advocate extends hearty con
Franky Alford Thomas is back home j I tory and you are not more than pleased
6-room house for rent—1*3 E. 18th
The Ten Technical
with Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Thomas, 329 |
gratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Andrews ords every week.
I in every way. it costs you nothing.
I SL, near Morrison. Garfield 7080.—
.and wish them a happy and successful
San Rafael St.
I Send no money—just your name and Adv.
<1 fritulturr— thirteen departments
I address to F. L. Carlin, 705 Baltimore
Lee Perry, a theatrical man. and
(B.8 . M.S. iUxrw*>
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Fortsfry —two departments
Miss Ruth Morton, daughter of E. W.
Bldg., Kansas City, Mo., and the treat- Resolutions on
MR. AND MRS. LOGAN HOSTS Morton, were married Friday night,
Dr. Hugh A. Bell, who recently I ment will be mailed at once. Use it
IB S . M.S. <t**r«M>
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. C. Logan invited August 29, at the home of the bride’s graduated from the dental department according to simple directions. If at
Hemt Eceaemio— fiva dtpartm'ts
We, Rose City Lodge, No. Ill, I-
in a few friends last Tuesday evening parents. 1094 Maryland Ave.
Rev. of the University of Southern Cali- the end of 10 days you are not show-
IB S . M.S. durml
hctlitssl Education —five depart*
P. O. E of W., bow in humble
E. J. Magruder performed the cere fornia. received a wire Monday. Sept, ing "wonderful improvement” and “tw
(B.8., M.S. dwtrwal
will leave for home in a few days; mony. The groom left immediately ist, bearing the good news that he , juvenation," just send it back and your submission to the will of God, “the
!B.S., Mi C. türm
Mtlilsrj Sdtscf and Tactics— five
and Mr,. Viola Curry, who returned to join his company at Oakland, and was among the few colored applicants ' money will be refunded without ques-1 Grand Ruler of the Universe,” whose
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; . | decree called from this earthly abode,
to California Thursday morning. The his bride is to join him later.
who passed the state board of Cali-1 tion.
r '.‘"»y «^ran‘«<4. Mrs. Lillian Medley-Allen, the beloved
evening was pleasantly spent in pro
so write todav and Rive this remark-
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i wife of our esteemed and trusted
gressive conversation and music. De
Rev. J. E. Byrd, charged with as
. able formula a tnal.
licious refreshments were served by saulting John Orby, a laborer, with a
We hold that Brother W. D. Allen
the hostess, assisted by her daughter, knife, Saturday. September 29th. was
Mrs. Mary Thomas is convalescing
® and family are not alone in their grief
Mrs. Louise Williams. Other out-of- bound over tp the grand jury Wed
at the home off her son-in-law and z
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for the loss of their faithful wife and
town guests included Mr. and Mrs. nesday by Municipal Judge Ekwall.
daughter. Mr. and Mrs., Waldo Bogle, .
C. J. Holloway of Yakima.
| 567 E. 35th St. S. Mrs. Thomas has
mourns•fuc loss of a beautiful Chris
H. Cash, who resides on Forty-third
been ill for more than a month.
tian character and an exemplary cit
Mra. Bertha Dickerson -and Dr. Street, near Hawthorne Avenue, was
OkKOON Ao*lCUi.TURAL COLLKiE
Grant were married in Vancouver, taken to Multnomah Hospital. Wed
Jess L. Brooks and Miss Katherine
Pupil of Pearl Mitchell
CORVALLIS - OREGON .
Therefore, be it Resolved. That we
Wn., Tuesday. The happy couple will nesday. Mr. Cash has been ill for a
Simpson were married in Vancouver,
’ extend our deep sympathy to Brother
make Portland their home.
Wn.. last Saturday. T
‘ are Port- All
Allen and family.
Studio 567 E. 35th St. S.
land residents and are members of Mt. |
Be it also Resolved. That a copy of
Olivet Baptist church choir.
| these resolutions be sent to the br
[reaved ones, a copy published in ow
Church Services Resumed local newspaper, The Advocate, and
F. RICHARDSON. Prop.
j St. Phillips Episcopal Mission will that this action be placed in the ret-
Regular meetings of the Port- jresume services tomorrow, Sunday, at ords of our lodge.
land Branch of the National A b - I ,htir ehurch. 25th and Savuer St*.,
Committee: E. W. Agee,
aociation for the advancement of beginning at 11 o'clock. Lay Reader
O. S. Thomas,
Corner Broadway and Everett Street*
Colored People held every second Blane B vo*** wiB conduct the ser-
Rev. E. C. Dyer.
All Kind« of Confection«, Candie«, Cigars, Cigarettes. Etc. Newspapers
Monday evening at Bethel A. M. v'ce- Public invited.
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and Magazine«—Courteous Treatment
E. church, Larrabee and McMillan
COLORED Men wanted to qualify
for sleeping car and train porters.
Phone Sunset 6609, R. 1, or
A NICE COOL PLACE TO ENJOY YOURSELF
J. A. EWINQ, Pres.
September 29th has been chartered Experience ur.neceaaary. Transporta
Write T McCaffrey.
by Portland club women.—Adv.
LEE ANDERSON, Sec y.
Supt, St. Louis, Mo.
Whole Family Withdraws From Church — Rev. Bennett
for Sixteen Years Member of Baptist Denomina
tion — Came Here From Kelona, B. C.
Five Miles Long
Welcome to and Royally
City Gives Great
To Winter in
STORED IN 24 HOURS’’
Assisted by Mrs. Fox
LOCAL and FOREIGN
DOINGS OF THE ELKS
A LIBERAL and PRACTICAL
Instructor of Music
Fall Term Begins September
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