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About The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1924)
Paul stated in her letter that, |
THE ADVOCATE1 Miss
at \he urgent request of a member i
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1924
A LAUGH FOR YOU
Wherever Rev. and Mrs, Fox
of the family, it was arranged to
Published every Saturday at have no »peakers at the grave. | may go. they carry with them the
Suite 313-313 Macleay Building. But the important point of her highest regards and best wishes
Not Half En?ugh
Clerk—"This book will do half your
Phone Broadway 5807
of The Advocate.
letter was as follows:
In their going, the community work "
“The Woman’s Party is made
E. D. CANNADY............ - Editor up of women of all races, creeds, loses two splendid eitiaeus whose
Student—“Give me two, quick"
MRS E. D. CANNADY Manager and nationalities, who are united J places will be hard to fill.
Texas. Mrs. Kirk is secretary-treas I each other in nine year* until Tues
LEAVE ON LONG TRIP
endowment department. Order ul day. Mrs. Bowdry will remain several
Mr and Mr*. S. Grice, 1876 Foster
on the oik - program of working
Elks Sanitary Barber 8hop
to raise the status of women. In
An angler in Scotland recently St., left Thursday by auto for Oak Calanthe of Texas. Mrs. Howard is week*.
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315 Handers Street
our organisation there is abso Newspaper Advertising Has caught a salmon weighing 60 pounds. land. Cal. Mr. snd Mr*. Grice plan the only daughter of Mr*. Key She
the Greatest Value
lutely no discrimination with re
It is rumored that in describing thia to tour the South before returning to
feat, he ha* dislocated both hi* shoul- Portland. The trip they have outlined her and her husband at their home in
Per Year------------------------------------- $2 50
Mr. and Mr*. Robert F. Morrison
will take about twelve month* to make. Chicago. On* of her sone. Loreneo
Six Month* ______...........
• I SO If we had planned to have speak
"Public utilities which use ' der*.
Mr. and Mr*. Grice are prominent Nelson, will receive hi* A. R degree entertained at a reception Thursday
Three Month*---------- -----
newspaper advertising consistent
from Lane college. Jackson, Tenn., evening. Sept 4. honoring their house
Payable in advance
of their race would not have been ly and put real gray matter into
Circumstantial Evidence member* of Mt. Olivet Baptist church next
May. Mr*. Key's husband, who guest, Mrs. I. J Cranshaw of Los
"I have a new baby brother "
Entend at the Postoffice at Portland,
the preparation of their copy are
died 22 year* ago. it is said wa* th* Angeles, Cal.
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The conversion of the Woman’s getting ahead fastest," says Ber “Is he going to stay?"
Oregon, a* second-class matter.
first colored medical doctor to prac
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAMS
The room* were beautifully deco
Party, as voiced by Miss Paul, to nard J. Mullaney, the well-known
"I think SO. Hr ha* all hi* thing*
tice in the state of Tex a* and he wa* rated with pink rose* and vsri-hued
this broad program of equal public utility advertising suthor- off."
numbered among the lir*t*iu graduate dahlia*. The guest of honor wort a
All communications for publica rights and justice for all women, ity.
After «pending two week* her* a*
from Meharrv medical college al Nash gorgeous creation of gray Canton
tion or otherwise should be ad without racial discrimination, is to
"An obligation of a utility is
Mr*. Key ha* seen the crepe, headed, and she looked charm
dressed to The Advocate Publish lw hailed as a great advauce over to give full information to the
Williams of 253 Meade St.. Mr*. J S. ville, Tenn
Tommie: “Grandma, if 1 was in
ing Company, Suite 312-313 Mac the attitude maintained at its eon- public and newspaper advertising vited out to dinner, should - I eat pie Steven* ha* returned to her home in order grow from 65 coart* to 385 ing indeed
courts, snd she is extremely enthusi were served to the more than sixty
While' is the best medium yet devised for
leay Building. Portland. Oregon. vention in Washington.
Mrs. Hornsby of Houston,
with a fork*"
astic over the splendid work o( th* guest* who called during the appointed
Advertising rates made known such sudden conversions are not ( doing this.” Mr. Mullaney said:
Teas*, a former schoolmate of Mr.
Grandma: “Of course."
The party left home on the
"There is a wide difference be Tommie: “You haven't a pie around Steven*, joined Mr* Steven* here and 23rd of July. They visited Kansas City, hour
Mr*. CransRaw left Wednesday for
one will be permanent and that tween news and advertising which
returned home with her. While here
the house that I can practice on, have
Don't ask for right*
Take them its effect will be apparent in the
Mr and Mrs. William* entertained Colorado Springs. Denver. Salt Lake a three day's visit with friends in
An' don't let snny wan rive them to
City, Los Angele*. San Francisco, Seattle
She will past through Port
their guest* with a trip over the Co
i (taper of today is entitled to both
ye A light that is handed to ye fr next convention.
Oakland and Portland, leaving Satur land Sunday night en route to Oak
Mr. Milholland’» touching —news and advertising.
nawthin' has somethin' the matter with
lumbia river highway Sunday a* far
day night at II 30 for Seattle, St. Paul land. Cal. where she will attend the
words of protest at the grave of
"If you aren't satisfies! with
Mr*. Key «411 spend conference before going home
his daughter evidently had an af-1 your advertising copy, go into the Society Minstrel at Portland
"They have right* who dare main
her daughter, Mr*. Cranshaw speak* jn th* highest term*
MRS. BAKER HAS OUE8T
newspaper editor's office, and
tain them.”—Jame» Russell Lowell
Howard, before returning to her home of the hospitality shown her while in
make him tell you what is wrong
Mr* Laura Clayborne of St. Paul.
in Texas and the other ladies will go our beautiful city.
with it; why it don't pull. He is.
Minn, wat the gueit of Mr*. H C
A BIBLE THOUGHT for
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No one ever can be made to be just as anxious that his advertis FOR SALE—Shoe shining parlor with Baker. 689 E 20th St. S, last week. direct home from Chicago
Stanfield entertained at a dinner party
lieve that the robbery Sunday of ing columns sell as is the adver
On Wednesday Mr*. Baker took her
Thou art a God ready to par the baseball receipts in the Mor tiser. A good way to tell if your
for the ladie* in the evening and later .
guest over the Columbia river high
don. gracious and merciful, slow gan Bldg., was an inside job. And advertising really conveys your
a number of fraternal ladies called to
Mrs J. T Allen o4 Oakland. Cal,
Mr*. Clayborne is touring the
to anger, and of great kindness. the anonymous letter writer who message is to try it out on the
meet the gueat*.’
For Rent — Furnished front room, Northwest
arrived in the city Sunday night from
• » a
Chicago where she ha* been visiting
claims it was should be put down office boy. If he understands you clo»e to car line, 357 Thirteenth St.
While here she was the
thoroughly, then you have a good
as a crank or a notorious liar.
LEAVES FOR THE SOUTH
Colored Men on Republican
Mr* Arthur Nelson, 866 Garfield house guest of Mr and Mr*. J. R.
piece of eopy."
Mr*. J. D Patton left Monday night
Mr. Mullaney told of the large
last for Austin. Texas, to visit rela Ave, wa* hostess st a high noon Charleston. 935 Rodney Ave.
Mr. Lewis and the Demo
amount of advertising that is now
Mrs. Patton, who is a promi breakfast Monday. Sept. 8, at her resi Allen formerly resided in Portland and
The .idvocate notes with appre
being done by utilities and stated In the District Court of the State of nent matron, resides at 165 12th St dence. for the pleasure of out-of-town ha* a host of friend* her*.
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visitor* in the city. Those honored
that this had not only benefited
Oregon for the County of
ciation that Chairman William M.
She will be gone about a month
Wheu the average voter bolte the companies, but had been of
Mr* McKensie of Oakland.
YOUNG MAN VISITS
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Butler of the Republican na
Cal. house guest of Mr* Cora Frank-
Ted Mullen, son of Mr*, and Mr*.
tional committee has added to its his party for another, little if any real community benefit inasmuch N. W Legal Adj. Co., an- Oregon cor
I lies and sister of J A Pierson, Mr*. George Mullen. 318 E. 4l*t St., is
advisory board three colored men : attention is given to it. but when as it had been of help, particu poration, Plaintiff.
Mr*. A D Key of Greenvale. Texas.
I L. Clayborne of St. Paul, house guest spending * week with his parent*
Dr. Emmet Scott, lion. Robert L. a man like William II. Lewis of larly to the smaller newspapers,
Mr*. N. A. Kirk of Waco. Texas. Mr*
of Mrs. H. C. Raker and Mr*. Cran- Young Mullen, who is employed in
in makiug them more prosperous Merrill C. Bartholomew. Defendant.
Vann and Robert R. Church. Com
M L Howard of Chicago. III . and
In the name of the State of Oregon, Mrs. P E. Davis of Calvert, Texas, shaw of Los Angele*, Cal., house guest Seattle, arrived Monday.
menting on the committee the of his race, does so. then it is dif and better able to produce better
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Baltimore .Herald and Common ferent. When Lewis stepped out newspapers such as reflected you are hereby required to appear spent Saturday in th* city the guests ' of Mr* R F Morrison Cover* were
of the G. O. P. over to the Demo greater credit upon their com and answer the complaint filed against
placed for eight and a joyful time wa*
of Mrs. S. E Stanfield. 4536 42nd
you in the above entitled court and Ave. S. E. A trip over th* Columbia had by all.
"This is a recognition which al) crats. he'took with him thousands munities.
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cause, on or before the 27th day of river highway was enjoyed immensely
Negro Republicana will appreci
Mr*. J. W Stanley is visiting Mr.
MRS THOMAS VIS1T8
ate. It is absolutely certain that strong and influential among his
and Mrs. J L. Stewart at La Grande,
AS THE MOB MOVES September, 1924, the last of six weeks’ by the ladies who are touring the
publication hereof, or for want thereof Northwest.
E. H Thooia*, mother of O. Ore.
Mr*. Stanley will attend the
there will be no Negro Democrat people and has a great following.
For twenty-two years
upon any advisory or other na *We are not surprised, however,
American mobs, iu the 39 yean plaintiff will apply to said court foe Mrs. Key has been grand worthy S Thoma*, left Monday to visit rela round-up at Pendleton with the Stew
at the step Mr. Lewis has taken ending in 1923. took
art*. She expect* to he gone about
tional Democratic committee.
the lives of the relief prayed for in said complaint, counsellor. Order of Calanlhe, juris tives and friend* in San Diego
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"It is to be regretted, however, for we know <here has been a 4128 persons without trial. Of the to-wit: For judgment against you in diction of Texas, and it is in apprec
that in making up the committee deal of dissatisfaction among col victims more than 1000 were the sum of One Hundred Eleven Dol iation of her long, efficient and faith CHICAOO MATRON SURPRISES
aom ethought was not given to ored politicians because of the white and 3100 negroes, according lars, interest on said amount at 6 per ful service that the order is giving her
FORMER PORTLANDER VISITS
the so-called doubtful states in lack of patronage given the race to the report of the commission cert per annum from January I, 1924, this trip with all expense* paid. Mr*
Harriet Whiteman of I-os
Mr*. Mary Bowdry of Chicago, 111.,
which the real battle must be by the Republican party and be- j on inter-racial cooperation. until paid and for costs and disburse Davis was given the trip a* a com and her little four-year-old son arrived Angele*. Cal., formerly of this city,
cause of the pro-Klan attitude of Eighty-five were women.
ment* of this action.
panion to Mr* Key. Mr*. Davis is here Tuesday and took her sister. Mr*. returned here Tuesday the 2nd and is
This summons is published once a the grand recorder of deeds of the■ Joseph Holliday. 535 Webster St. by •topping indefinitely with Mrs R J.
"Mr. Vann, of Pennsylvania, many leading Republicans, and
Many of those hanged were
represents a state that is over Mr. Lewis, like many who will i gtlilty of nothing, the report says. week for six consecutive weeks, pur court of Calanthe. jurisdiction of surprise The sister* had not seen Carden. 364 Shaver St.
whelmingly Republican. Dr. Seott follow him. has stepped down and Some were executed because of suant to an order of the Honorable
comes from the District of Colum out and will try some other party mistaken identity, others on un Martin Hawkins, judge of the above
Count of the serious illness of hi*
bia, which has no vote. Only Mr. for recognition and patronage.
founded suspicion, others as the entitled court, made and entered in
News of the Churches
Church represents a state that can
result of mob madness. Some were said suit on the 14th day of August, The Correct Use of
be called doubtful.
lynched for "stealing hogs.” some
the English Language cation from his job al The Portland. BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH
"There will be no sulking be
for "creating disturbances." some tion hereof being August 16, 1924, and
Larrabee and McMillen Street*
William Jennings Bryan, the for a “quarrel with employer,” the date of the last publication hereof Edited by Mrs. E. J. Ma
Seventy-five colored waiters in St.
cause of these appointments, as
Rev. A. R. Fox, D D , Padur
Louis. Mo. were discharged from the
they are splendid men.*but natur peerless orator, spoke Thursday for "not knowing his place” and being September 27, 1924.
gruder, 260 Cook Ave.,
E. L. Jame*on, Assistant
B. F. LINDAS.
ally New York. New Jersey. Mary night in the city auditorium, and for “not turning out of the road.”
Note—Send your quest ions to be exclusive City Club dining room The
Phone East 2276
Attorney for Plaintiff.
land. Ohio, Indiana and other like all Democratic campaigners, Homicides were responsible for
answered in thia column to the cause of the change is attributed to the
By request of the board of trustees.
states where the battle will rage, he flayed the Republican party only two-fifths of the lynchings 517 Abington Bldg., Portland, Oregon. above address, not later than change ui management. Colored wait
er* have been in charge of the club Rev. A. R. Fox will preach at Bethrl
feel that some of their number for its extravagance and immor and criminal assault was alleged
Tuesday of each week.
for the past ten years, having taken Sunday st II A M
should have received recogni ality. and praised the Democratic in but one in four.
the place of white waiter* during the
Your Speech—How to
FIRST ▲. M K. ZION CHURCH
That's the way we in Oregon • virtues,
took place, the report states, in In the District Court of the State of
417 WilllanU Ave., R^ K. J.
feel about it, too.
A petition is being circulated to which six people were put to
Oregon for the County of
Do you say: ak’-kli-mated for a-
have Mayor Baker run for re ; death by mobs for the murder of
Magruder, A. B. Pastor. Parson
’ ad'-du-men for ab-dowe'-
age. 260 Cook Ave. Phons Walnut
Leaves for Convention
Woman’s Party Converted election. If the signers can guar ; a man. a murder with which only N. W. Legal Adj. Co., an Oregon cor klia'-mi-ted
mtn’ bowe-kay' for boo-kay'« (oo aa
antee the mayor success, we are 'one of those executed had any
in food)? in'-qui-ri for in-kwai'-ri?
Next Sunday, tomorrow, will be a
Rev. J. W. Anderson, 429 Tilla
Misa Alice Paul is one of the sure he would toss his lid in the (connection whatever.
vow'-de-vil for vode'-vil?
mook St., left on the 4th for the na great day in Zion. Special service*
leaden and a prominent official
Do you ever want for a word?
tional Baptist convention in Nashville, have been arranged and a large crowd
Many of the victims were tor schmidt, hi* wife. Defendant*.
of the Woman's Party, an organ the opinion prevails that Mr.
Tenn Rev. Anderson filled the pulpit is expected at all services. Elder Robt.
isation which did much to aid in
at Memorial Baptist church. St. Paul. Sercie of the House of Prayer will
the stake with a ferocity unbeliev you and each of you are hereby re vocabulary than you now pottea*’
the passage of the nineteenth start to finish.
Minn, all day last Sunday, en route preach at II A. M. Everybody should
amendment, which gave the vote
be out to hesr this spiritual preacher.
to the women of this country. nounce himseLf for mayor is a well infrequently vast multitudes of plaint filed again<t you in the above work of some illuitrious author or to the convention.
He will bring a message worth while
One of the unwritten rules of the known business man. Clay S. men and women have gathered to entitled court affd cause, on or before hearing tome noted pubiic «peaker
Hear him At 6:30 the Christian En
give an address that you should like
organization appeared to be to ig
Died Mitchell —In this city, Sep deavor will have charge with their
nore as far as possible the exist needs and possibilities of the great hot irons, slashed with knives and last day of six weeks' publication here to have at your command the *ame
of, or for want thereof plaintiff will wonderful vocabulary, capable of ex t ember llth, Nellie J., aged 35 years, u«ual soul-stirring meeting The fea
ence of colored women as eligible I citv of Portland, and believes that slowly roasted to death.
wife of Charles I. Mitchell; mother of ture of this meeting «ill be the five
sentiment was carlieu
carried heJ8 th5 nianJ.° P* on the Job-
A mob is an inheritance from apply to said court for the gelief prayed pressing your thought* with ease?
x mo -tuLiujciiL
Clifford D.; daughter of Mr*. J. C. minute addresses by the young men
so far as to attempt to bar the
sistpr of Mr*. M T. Harjo, Mr*. of the Endeavor.
colored women as delegates at the hls ean,h,lacy for tbe office of thinking and just people. It is judgment against you and each of you ing with us. Correct English and How Allen;
Henrirtt* Newland. Kate Johnson.
convention held in Washington, a c'tv commissioner and the people ' not made up of men under seif in the sum of $84.00, interest on said to Use It? if you feel this need, snd John and David Derrich of,this city;
ST PHILLIPS MI88I0N
year or two ago, and to deny ?! ,he Pe,llnMula «i»«tnct, where control. It is made up of ignor amount at 6 per cent per annum from no matter how cultured snd educated Mrs. Jennie S. Freeman of Los An
them a hearing on the floor after “r Hice re’»,,cs. are rallying to ant, emotional and mad men. It January 1, 1924. until paid and costs you may be. you can acquire thia geles, Cal Remain* at Finley's mor
24th and Savin- Sts.
does not seek justice, as it claims, and disbursements of this action.
they had gained entrance, to hl~?upp°rt'
most wonderful possession by a study tuary. 5th at Montgomery street*.
This sdfnmons is published once a of words, their definition, their pro Notice of funeral later.
which they were entitled
The Georgia legislature hag but seeks gore. It is swayed, by
a . ! law
me oia a mad leader on madness bent. week for six consecutive weeks, pur- nunciation. tbeir use*.
Prominent Lecturer Here
.peiin, K old
i suant to an order of the Honorable
Stay off Nov. 11th.—Adv.
From New York City
made at the time, by some of these to
lu -I be
in every school id lynched, in many cases, “on un Martin Hawkins, judge of the above Study the meaning of words—their
Mr and Mr*. Howard MacNutt and
delegates whose admission was
state Can you beat Georgia founded suspicion” and “mis
entitled court, made and entered in pronunciation, definition and applica
Mr*. Julia M Grundy arrived in Port
°?\°? ** in thia> or *" 'idling and burn- taken identity.”
said suit on the 14th day of Auguit, tion
land Thursday for a aerie* of Bahai
Always consulting the correct
5S ,k the movement to ex- inp of Polored
F ortunately the mob spirit is. 1924.
lecture*. They are on tour through
standard pronunciation when in doubt
elude them. Her opposition to
B. F. LINDAS.
the United State* and will attend the
their entrance on the floor and
were fewer than in any 12 months
Attorhey for Plaintiff.
Bahai convention to be held in San
After acquiring such word* as are
to their being accorded a hearing
in the last 40 years. America is 517 Abington Bldg., Portland, Oregon. not already a part of your vocabulary,
Francisco September 26. 27. 28
was both bitter and determined.
Mr*. Grundy is the authoress of
Rev. ,i. R. Eox, pastor of Bethel passing away from the jungle | The date of the first publication be on the lookout fot them, in the
It is therefore a surprise to find
methods and on to a peaceful jus
“Ten Days in the Light of Acea" and
___ _ by Miss 4 Paul
a letter written
and i A. M. E. church, closed a succesa- tice arrived at under the consti-\ hereof being August 16, 1924, and the. speech of your cultured friends and
date of the la*t publication hereof in the works of distinguished writer*.
ha* traveled extensively in the interest*
published in the New York* World [“* /*vue_£1*7 /dminintration of
tution and it is passing none too, being September 27, 1924.
of the Bahai movement.
Write down illustrative sentence* in
last Thursday, in which she stated th?It-1ch_urcFi ,aHt S“nd“-V ni*ht-
Mr. MacNutt is the author of "Unity
a notebook kept at hand for the pur ( By Genevieve Elisabeth Mullen)
Wherever Rev. Fox may go to soon.—The Oregon Daily Journal I
.that in the Woman's Party there
Aug. 19, 1924.
Through Love" and the compiler of
pose. Your efforts will be richly re
is absolutely no discrimination nerve, the people can be assured
Mr and Mr*. Bert Turner, enter the two volume* of Abdul Bsha’s
warded and our public speakers will
wi»h regard to race, creed or na that they are getting an upright,
not have to make us ashamed of them tainers at the Golden Trail lodge, left American Addresses known a* “'The
Christian gentleman in the fullest
Williams Avenue Y.W.C.A.
when they appear in public for lack of: last week for their home in Portland Promulgation of Universal Peace '
This letter was written to cor meaning of the term, and a
The Grade Reserves opened Satur
correct words and the correct placing
Mrs Bertha Parler, one of the assist He entertained Abdul Baha during hi*
rect a misapprehension concern
day, September 13th. at 2 p. m.
ants in the Dixie Tea room, will leave visit to America in 1912 and was in
ing the incident which occurred ing his five years' labor in Port The High School Reserves held their
strumental in obtaining voice record*
for Portland next week.
at the grave of Inez Milholland a land no disparaging remarks have first club meeting September 11th at
few weeks ago. when John E. been heard against Rev. Fox’s 4 p. m.
Dore Robinson and F. Giles, the and moving pictures of the fajnous
Milholland, father, voiced his pro character—which is more than
chef at the Golden Trail lodge, will prophet from Persia.
The High School gym class will be
Mr MacNutt wa* one of the speak
leave in a few days for Portland.
test against the exclusion of two can be said about some of his pre gin next week.
at the First Amity Congress held
colored speakers from the memor
Miss Della Mays of the Grossmay-
The Bible etas* open* in October.
in Washington, D. C„ for the purpose
Much credit is due his splendid
ial program. Among other things
of Creating a better understanding be
wife, Mrs. Sadye Alston-Fox, for Mr*. Cannon is to be the instructor.
Saturday afternoon Mr*. L. Hender
son entertained the Grade Reserve*
and their mothers and the Mothers'
The Blue Triangle Club will resume
Sunday Vesper and Social Hour Sun
day afternoon at 4 p m. The public
Mrs. Frances Boyce, president
Phyllis Wheatley Y. W C. A . Wash-
ington, D. C., is expected to arrive
in the city Wednesday, en route to
Vancouver, B C.. accompanied by her
husband. While in the city they arc
to be the guests of the committee of
management of the branch.
tween the race*.
Mesdames Catherine Fair, Orah
They will apesk at the following
Rhoades and Julia Martin spent Aug public place* during their
Joe Crane, private waiter at The ust 25th here and enjoyed bathing and Portland :
Portland, underwent the second op
Friday evening, 8 o'clock, at Bahai
eration for appendicitis Thursday at
St. Vincent's hospital.
Saturday evening. 8 o’clock, with
D. C. Johnson, who recently hit
Portland branch library, 190 Kiltings-
town, ha* caught on at The Portland
worth; "World Unity and It* Ac
Accident end Health—Fire and
Roy Garnett, who is noted for rjever
Sunday morning, II o'clock, at First
laying off from his job at The Port
Divine Science church, East 25th and
land, surprised the bunch this week by
Clay streets; subject, "The New Era."
taking off a couple of daya.
For Rent — Neatly furnished room
Sunday evening, 8 o'clock, at Bethel
Clifford Daniels, one of the bell hop* for man or man and wife. Csll Sell A. M. E. church, corner Larrabee and
at The Portland, is laying off on ac- wood 0217.