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PORTLAND, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1924
PR IC E 5 CENTS
* GIVES FORTUNE TO EDUCATION
BOOSTERS FOR COOLIDGE AND DAWES BUISY
COOLIDGE AND DAWES BOOSTERS M ULTIPLY
W IT H EACH SUCCEEDING DAY—CLUBS BE
ING FORMED AMONG COLORED P E O P L E -
MUCH IN TEREST BEING M A N I F E S T E D
LOCALLY AS W ELL AS NATIONALLY.
Headquarters in Macleay Building Mecca for Voters—
Mrs. Lillian Baker Assists Mrs. Cannady and Miss
Logan in W ork—Others Enlisted to Help in the Cam
a com m odious vestibule dividing them
It will be possible to enter 'n il leave
the church by means of these a n te - ,
The front of the church will be two-
story, the upper floor being ingenious
ly utilized (or a large com m ittee room
and a pastor’s study. The church peo
ple have financed the e n lir ^ project,
except a com paratively sm all am ount,
and contributions to aid the building
fund will be sought later. T he re
sponse thus far has been very g en er
FO R SA LE
7-Room House, $.’100 UO. $¿50.00 down
7 Room H ouse, $¿¿$0; $J50 00 down
Bungalow, $4000 00
Ne% 4-Room Bungalow, $3675 00;
corner; $500.00 down.
N inr Room H ouse and 6 -Room on
50x165 lot for sale cheap Close iu i
on East Side A good investm ent.
S T A N L E Y & M IN O R
410 A bingtoo Bldg
Rhone Broadway 6213
Mrs Pearl Love rn tertam ed with a
party W ednesday afternoon, honoring
the fifth birthday anniversary of her
son, at their residence, W ) K. T w enty-
seventh Street North.
Dawes Clubs w herever an appreciable
O n ta il W ednesday evening at 111. numlier of boosters can be assembled
O livet Church, a Cuotidgr and Dawes L iterature and buttons and other in
Booster Citili was organized by Rev. form ation concerning the form ation of
W . D. C arter, o( Seattle. W ashington. such clubs may lie obtained at 314
The meeting was enthusiastic and Macleay Building, where Miss Helen
much interest was m anifested therein Logan can be fouud in charge each
by those present. No doubt, there day
would have been a much larg rr crowd
O n T hursday, Mrs Lillian Baker
had the com m itter of arrangem ents assisted Miss Logan with the work
properly advertised it. Those elected She visited H eadquarters m the Itn
to offices were: President. Jam es A. pertal H otel and brought back some of
M ernm an. V ice-President, M rs K. D the new literature and buttons, making
C annady; Secretary, C. K. Ivey; As-I a fresh supply for the H eadquarters in
instant Secretary. Rev. K. C. D yer. the Macleay Building
T reasurer. Jesse Brooks. The E xecu
Misses Beria Kirk, Blanche Ross
tive C om m ittee is composed of the and several others interested in the
five elected officer,, together with tw o j t m p a i a „ wl„
m ore to be chosen at another ineetiog w ^
Rev. C arter outlined the political rec
All persons interested in keeping
ognition that has been given by the
Coolidge and electing Dawes, are urged
Republican party to colored people,
to reg istrr at H eadquarters in the
and showed wherein the D emocratic
Macleay Building Much interest in
party had done nothing for the race.
Dr. C. W . Miller, E lectronic P hysi
H eadquarters is bring manifested cian. m aintains a branch office for the
Mrs Cannady, who was chosen sev
eral weeks ago by the State C entral by the voters who come up daily to convenience of residents in that n eigh
C om m ittee to assist m conducting the register as boosters, and Mrs C an borhood at 115 N orth Fifteenth Street
w ork of that com m itter, invited the nady and Miss Logan, who are con H it head office is 1301 Hast Seven
new club to join hands with the work stantly in charge, as well as those teenth Street (W estm oreland)
already under way and to use the ladies who to m e in to help from time T hursday, O ctober loth, at 8 p m . be
H eadquarters of C oobdgr and Dawes to time, feel very proud of the work invites you to his head office to see
so far and look for an overw helm ing bow he diagnoses with the Electronic
Clubs at 314 Macleay Building
(or Coolidgr and Dawes on System. A drop of blood tells what
T he State C entral C om m ittee is u rg
your troubles are, where located, and
ing the form ation of Coolidge and November 4th
how much you have and your chance
fur recovery. Come and see the m i
nerstone laying later on.
chine do this work lie has success
The auditorium will have a sealing fully treated several colored people.
capacity of J00, with a choir loft at M ln r, supplied upon request Phone
the rear of the pulpit, both being in Scllwood 0153.
cluded within ornam ental railings of
appropriate designs. At the left and
The new “ N egro Year Book," by
right of the entrance will be a ladies Prof Moiiror N W ork, for IN
room and a room for gentlem en, with
1974, price 75c. T he E arth is Flat,
and many other articles on a variety
of special subjects shall he in the 1925
alm anac, price 25c.
money order and send im m ediately to
The F in an rre of Jesua C hrist . . .
Im perial Evangelistic Church, Station
D, P. O . Box 3841, Philadelphia. P e n n
sylvania, U. S. A.
LOCAL and FOREIGN
Narcotic Peddler Sentenced
T horn to n Robinson pleaded guilty
M onday in Federal court to a charge
of peddling opium and was sentenced
to McNeil Island for IS m onths by
To Know the M an
Is to Vote for 11 itn
George Gray, colored, of Seattle, o b
tained a license in V ancouver, W n.,
Tuesday to m arry Mollie King, a white
woman. They were unable to find any
one in V ancouver who would perform
T he cottage know n aa “T h e H o lly
w ood" at Seaside will be open all
w inter. Phone J. W . C urry. B road
Race to Convene
A m am m oth intra-racial convention
will be held in B rooklyn, N. Y., j
O ctober 9-11, 1924, under the auspices *
of the N ational Equal R ights L e a g u e .1
of which Monroe T ro tte r of Boston is
D elegates from all parts of the
country have been asked to attend.
O bject: politics.
Work Begins on A. M, E.
(H an fo rd Cal., Daily Paper.)
W ork was begun today, laying the
cem ent blocks for the new edifice of
the A. M. E Zion church at D outy
and Second streets. T h e outer walls of
this m odern house of w orship will be
54 feet by 34 feet. The architecture io
suitable for a sacred edifice and very
pleasing, Rev. I. A lbert Moore, the
pastor for two years past, proposes to
have im posing cerem onies at the cor-
Black D ominance in South Africa
H eld T hreatened
JO H A N N E S B U R G , U nion of South
Africa, S e p t, 27.— The next 25 years
probably will decide the question
once ami for all w hether the white
race is to have any part in the u lti
m ate dcvrlopcm ent of South Africa
or w hether it it to lie crow ded out
by the native negro population, ac-
cording to a statem ent in a govern
m ent blue hook analysis of the 1921
census, issued today.
Failing additions from abroad to
the ranks of the whites, the blue
hook says, the whites m ust forever
abandon the prospect of m aintaining
their civilization in South A frica except
as a dim inishing m inority and the
w hites may then he forced to abandon
the country entirely.
R E P U B L IC A N C A N D ID A T E
He will work with the Republican
Delegation from this state and will get
I*«««' results for the State
He know s wl.at O regon needs,
For all the people all the turn-
C R U M P A C K E R W IL L W IN
Paid Adv.—Congressional C om m ittee
P R t S I D S N T COOLIOOI
WORKS LONG HOURS
LaFollette Hat Not Helped
Working Man In State
Portland. O r — <Special J — Labor
th a t la tollowlag l.ak'ullatl* bad bet
ter look to perform am-e of the LaKol
e l l e pr-tgrara e la ew b ere r a t h e r than
rely upon tbe prom ise« of w bal the
plan offers tabor, a ccording to a e la ta
m ent Issued by C h a ir m a n I. L. P a t
(arson of tbe Republican S l a te Cen
tra! co m m llle a bare, l i e said a study
>f th e way th a I m P o lle tte program
Has worked out In W isconsin will
prove a bitter disa p p o in tm en t to labor.
Ona would suppoae. be said, th a t In
Wisconsin, wbnre l.aKolletta a nd bla
>oll> les h sv e bean e n th r o n e d without
Interruption for a q u a r te r of a cen
tury. the atalua of th e laboring man
would be Ideal
If not e n tir e ly per
feet. It would be a ssu m e d condition*
th ere would c e r ta in ly be far b e tt a r
than In any o t h e r s l a t* of thu union.
Aa a m a t t e r of fact, th e c o n tr a r y
la t h a tr u th
An e x am in atio n of of
ficial wage s ta tis tic s show s t h a t wagaa
in W isconsin fall far below th e a ver
sge wage level of t h e c o u n try aa a
T h e m a n u f a c tu r in g section United
Slate* census of l i l t show* t h a t the
«versa* m onth ly wage In th* m an u
ta c tu rlu g Industrie* of th e c o untry
was 114.60. T h e eauie re p o rt show s
Ih* a v e ra g e wag* In W isconsin was
inly $91 49 W hen ra n k e d with other
Itatea. W isconsin s t a n d s I l t h In Its
t v e r a g e wages
L a t e r studies of wage erale* show
that th* situation si III ob tain s
a verage weekly wage paid In W is co n
sin In all I n d u str ie ! In June, 1124, ns
stated In the re p o rt of th e W lseonitn
Industrial comm ission, was $21.91
S tra n g e to say, while wages e lsew here
s a v e rla«n. they have declined In W is
consin In th* past (our yeara, the
iv e r e g * wage In July, 1120, being
$27.73, In com parison with th* abovo
figure for th is year. Yst th e LaFol-
lett* group baa been In undisputed
lo ntrol In W isconsin d u rin g the** (our.
A Card of Thanks
W e wish to thank our many friends
for their kindness and beautiful floral
offerings during the illness and death
of oi r wife and m other.—J. S. P a tte r
son and Children.
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
A D V O C A T E O F F IC E
Vinson Jazz Orchestra
2lrd and WASHINGTON STS.
FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 15, 1924
VINSON TW IN S
In Dance Revue
EVERY BODY WILL BE THERE
Kanin I and 8c»’p
MME. EULA ANTHONY
B eauty Specialist
Phone Sunset 3(596
<5829 42nd Ave. 8. E., Portland, Ore.
F. R IC H A R D S O N . Prop,
All K inds of Confections, Candles, Clgara, C igarettes, E tc.
and Magazinea—C ourteous T reatm ent
Public Debt Reduced.
T h* public debt h a s been c a t daw n
■ • r e th a n $ 1000 , 000.»00 a im * 1111.
This m ea ns an a n n u a l sa ving of m ora
ban $136.000.00» In In tere st alo ne
Taxation has been reduced by th*
rtoalag Republican a d m in is tr a tio n $1.
16».000.040 annually, or m ore t h a n M
per r e n t In t h r e e y e a r s
D uring th*
present fiscal year, tax re ce ipts will
ihow a r a v in g to t h e people of a p
p r o i l u a ' e l y $(.000.000 a day. c om
pared with 1021.
Foreign Policy Sound.
Tho republican p latfo rm oa forolgm
relations outline* a policy which, c a r
ried out with th e rommoD eena*. c le ar
rlsloa. and co u rag e of Calvin Coolldga,
offers tb e A m erican people a < oa-
itr u c tlv * c ourse of honor, safety and
progress, for Its own and t h e world'»
rood It offers th* only policy which,
at th e pre sent time, m e a n s th* poeel-
blllty of a cc o m p lish m en t.— Dawes.
National Woman’s P a r t y
Head Writes Advocate
Tuskegee and Hampton Sole Beneficiaries—Other Promi
nent Educational Institutions Left Out Are the Sub
ject for Much Discussion Among Race Educators and
T he provisional gift comes as a
suit of increasing interest in the sub-
i ject by the G eneral E ducation Board,
founded by Mr R ockefeller in 1902.
The board has been m aking an.annual
grant of $50.000 for this work during
j the last few years. It is understood
that the raising of the other $t.OllO,000
required ix virtually assured, owing to
the personnel of the com m ittee o rg a n
ized to conduct the cam paign
Prom inent educators w ere jubilant
yesterday over the proposed gift. Dr.
R obert R Moton, principal of Tttske-
gee and a trustee of H am pton, now in
New York in the interest of the en
dow m ent fund, said that the period of
greater advance in history for the race
had been since 1919. He pointed to the
fact that N orth Carolina had expended
$4.000,000 for N egro education last
“T here now are 500 norm al schools
and colleges for N egroes in the coun
try," Dr. Moton said. “T hey have an
enrollm ent of 100.000. T here are 40,-
000 Colored school teachers and 2,000,-
000 Colored children in the public
schools. H am pton, founded in 1868 by
Brigadier G eneral S. C. A rm strong,
has 2.000 students, with 250 teachers,
and occupies 150 buildings on 1.100
acres of land."
The H am pton-T uskegce E ndow m ent
Fund has ppointed a special execu
tive com m ittee to raise the $1,000,000
needed to m atch the Rockefeller gift.
T uskegee-H am pton Sole Beneficiaries
W hen available the $2.000.000 will be
| given to the H am pton N orm al and
| A gricultural Institute, at H am pton,
' V a , of w hich Chief Justice T aft is
I chairm an of the board of trustees, and
to the T uskegee N orm al and Industrial
Institute, at T uskegee. A la , founded
l in 1881 by Book or T . W ashington.
| Started in a shanty, T uskegee today
! lias 2,640 pupils, occupying 125 build
ings and 2,111 a f r r o of land, xclusive
of 19,900 acre* of m ineral land obtained
i through a grant of Congress.
Let me take this m ethod of th an k
ing all those who in any way assisted
in m aking the M atilsky R ecital such
a splendid success, especially T . H.
W illiam s, Mrs. Beria K irk, Mrs. C. B.
A lexander, Mrs. G eorge Miller, Mrs.
Mary Ashford. D r. Jean ette M atilsky,
Mrs. Bella C annon, G eorge Mullen,
Sherm an, Clay & Co., W eatherly Ice
Cream Co.. Cohn B rothers, Mrs. O liver
W ickersham , Mrs. E sther Aiken, Rev.
M agruder and Roy G arnett.
MRS. C A N N A D Y .
W aahington, D. C , Sept 26. 1924. J
Mr«. E. D. Cannady,
P ortland Advocate,
P ortland. O regon.
D ear Mr*. C annady: I am w riting to
thank you for your correction tOhich
you made with regard to the attitude
of the W om an'* P arty to the N egro
Mr*. Alice Park ha* aent a copy of
your paper to ua and I ain sure you
know how grateful we are to you for
your prom ptitude in giving thia cor-
rrc t statem ent.
A L IC E PA U L , V ice-President.
—— —o— —
A Card of Thanks
I wish to thank all those who assist
ed in making my husband's recital
such a success. Most especially, Mrs.
Fh I). Cannady, for presenting him.
Mrs Phil Reynolds for helping me
with my costume.
W e w ant the people to know that any
time they need us for church e n tertain
m ents that we will gladly give our
service* to our brother* and sister*.
Again we thank you.
I)R J E A N E T T E M A T IL S K Y .
A G E N T S — Sell guaranteed hosiery
direct from mill to w earer; all style«
and colors; salary paid for full tim e or
spare hours; no money needed for
IN T E R N A T IO N A L
M IL L S , 1465, N orristow n, Pa.—Adv.
For couples em ployed, large neatly
furnished room s one block from car
it..*; use of kitchen. 474 V ancouver
Ave. Call before II a. m. E ast 3561.
N E W Y O R K , O ct 2 — John D
Rockefeller, S tandard O il M agnate,
has pledged one million dollars to the
cause of N egro education through the
General E ducation Board on th e 'c o n
dition that another million be raised
for the sam e purpose front other
The new est philanthropy of Mr.
Rockefeller, announced T uesday by
the H am pton-T uakegec E ndow m ent
Fund, at 5 Maiden Lane, is one of the
largest ever offered for N egro educa
A Card of Thanks
“FOR ALL THE PEOPLE”
A Clean, Constructive City Govern
Restore Original Intent of City Char
ter by Centralization of Responsibil
ity in the Mayor.
Elimination of Polities from City Af
fairs, Especially the Police Bureau,
ami Encouragement of Loyalty and
Encouragement of New and Careful
Protection of F'xisting Industries as
a Guaranty of the Working Man's
Pay Cheek and his HOME.
Will Give Personal Attention to the
Needs and Problems of All Districts
of the City and hold “ Open House”
at All Times.
A Business Man for a Business Man’s Job
Headquarters 901-2 Spalding Building <r*M Adv.)
H ear the Hon. M arcus G arvey
MRS. WALDO BOOLE
8:00 P. M.
Pupil of Pearl Mitchell
Studio 567 E. 35»h St. S.
CH U R C H
First and Schuyler Streets
H O TEL GOLDEN W EST
N ew spapers
NEW SH IPM EN T of PHONOGRAPH RECORDS
EVERY W EEK
Chili, Tamalea, Chili Con Carne
$1,000,000.00 GIVEN BY RO CK EFELLER SAID TO
BE LARGEST SINGLE G IFT IN HISTORY OF
RACE EDUCATION — $1,000,000.00 M U S T BE
RAISED TO MATCH TH IS GIFT.
la the c o u n tr y aa a whole, 4 1 1
per r e n t of wag* s a m a r e In Ih* m a h n
Picturing Industrie* work 41 hour* or
tea* a week, aoeordlna to tb* U. 8
e n s u s of 1110. la W lscoasla. bow
svar, oaly 11.1 par e a s t of th e w o rk e rs
la Ib* a t a u f a r t u r l a g I n dustries enjoy
s 41 h o u r weak, or an eig ht hour day.
Among Ih* ale tee, W isconsin ta k e s
ha hum ble ra ok of IPth la t h a par
'o s t a g a of Ita in d u stria l w o rk e rs who
•njoy a 49 h f i r week or oa* of lesa
Obviously, then, ih* political aeon
m y of ‘ be lo iF ollstt* re g im e la Wla-
-onaln baa not m ad* th* lot of th*
wage e a r n e r any h a p p ie r t b a a la th*
real of Ih* nation. Indeed. It Is lee*
a dvantage ous than t h a t of th* work
•r la m ust of th* sta le s, viewed from
th* doubla s t a n d a r d of hour* and
If Im Folletta, with a fra« band for
kla policies for 16 ye ara la hla own
slate, baa been u s a b l e to h e lp the
working man t h e r e even so m ac h g*
le place hlm *^**11 off ne th e a v e r a g e
working man t h r j u g h o u t th* c ountry,
low Idle It la for th* working m a s la
Dragon t o e x p e r t a a y benefit for him
self by voting for I-aKollell*.
All Spanish Diahra Served H ot
Regular meetings of tho Port
land Branch of the National As
sociation for the advancement of
Colored People held every second
Monday evening at Bethel A. M.
church, Larraboo and McMillan
u i p /tn l a
J. A. EWING, Pres.
LEE ANDERSON, Sec’y.
TH E W ORLD’S GREATEST NEGRO
Will give you first-hand information about
’’Black Government in Africa and Steamship Company’
Admission 50 Cetits