Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1927)
a q v arato
It CirculatM In All
Tha Sûtes And
An latfepsndfnl Pspsr Derol«4tto tit*
V O L XXIV— No. 21
In tarsiti m f
In tbs Intsraat «C AB
TH E ADVOCATE
Only $2.50 Par Yaw
Subscribe Por It!
PRICE 5 CENTS
PO R TLA N D , OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1927
WHL PICKENS CONFERS WITH NOTED RUSSIANS
DENVER COLORED MAN’S HOME IS BOMBED
DENVER MAN S HOME IS BOMBED TH IRD TIM E
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION BRANCH ACTIVE
Effort To Oust E. E. Carrington Prom His Horne In A
'W hite Neighborhood’ Shots Are Fired From Ambush
COLOR LINE DRAWN
PUPILS LEAVE RINK
By Kits Reid
W ILLIAM PICKENS IN RUSSIA; W RITES ON
LYNCHING FOR MOSCOW PAPERS
Says “Fire In The Flint”, “Bursting Bonds”, “Vengeance
Of The Gods” To Be Published In Russian Language
“We brought the Negro BOY REFUSED
New, York, N. Y. January 29,—Letters have been re
New York, N. Y. January 28,—The National Associa
ENTRANCE ceived by the National Association for the Advancement
T he A dvocate doe* n o t necessarily over from Africa in Colonial
tion for tin* Advancement of Colored People is informed share in K its K eid's view s, but w heth
of Colored People, 69 Fifth Avenue, from Wliliam Pick
, . .
by its Denver, Colorado Branch, that for the third time er we do o r n o t, her opinions are times,
sane, and logical and well w o rth ; and against ItlS interests He Fernwood School Students
ens, Field Secretary of the
within two months the home of IC. I*]. Carrington, a color r e a d in r I t U your privilege a i well a* I .- ,. s j n r e w o n t h r o l l i d i t o
Quit Skating Party
N. A. A. C. P., who has vis
ed man, had been attacked. The first attack occurred at m vitea your opinion upon subiects f r e e d o m a n d a c e r t a i n d e f i -
Russia on his European
2 o'clock on the morning of I
~ “ —— —
Graduation Frolic Ends
when One of Class Kept
December 10, a bomb being DIOUflDÇ DO
states that he
placed under the porch of the DlullUru uULI JIIY
Out Because of Racial
Carrington house and blow
ing a hole in the porch as
long must this country cn- the subject of this searching (Reprinted from Morning azine covers, in color adver ese generals, a number of
well as arousing the entire
dure Coolidge and Kellogg? and unprejudiced s t u d y ,
neighborhood. The second
One thousand members of Is it possible that we are which deserves the attention Oregonian, Jan’y 28, 1927) tisements, and in the illus Russian leaders and repre
attack occurred on January the Citizens’ Committee for
Forty one members of the trations of popular serials, sentatives of ten to twelve
Fernwood s c h o o l eighth emerges as a real personali nations and races. The entire
2. when six shots were fired Law Observance and Enfor- pidly allow them to force
grade class gave up the fun ty in a Negro model. Mau group, writes Mr. Pickens
at the house from ambush erment held their annual
and festivities of what was to rice Hunter has become an was photographed at least
while Mrs. Carrington was meeting in Washington, I).
have been their graduation American, and is now one of 50 times, motion pictures be
standing talking to a neigh C., a few weeks ago, closing
part)’ last night and volunta the most sought after mod ing made of the speakers in
bor. Three of the bullets pen with a banquet in the Will
rily left the Imperial Skat els for artists and schools be action.
etrated the window, just ard Hotel. There were many 184f>—a most “shameful and RACK PROBLEM”.
Among the Russian lead
ing rink, 387 East Madison cause of unique gifts of im
back of Mrs. Carrington. A colored delegates to the con-
Mr. Pickens has confer
street, in which the affair personation and a figure of
little later that evening shots vention, among whom were I
with are Kalinin, sisters
was being held, rather than practically perfect physical
were fired at the rear of the a group of Bishops of the
and Lenin, and
that one of their number
house shattering an electric Methodist Episcopal Church
should be barred from the
bull) on the sleeping porch. viz: W . J. W alls* Georg* C.
ball on account of color. It
The latest attack, on Jan Clement, E. W. D. Jones, ct
was not fair, they thought,
uary 15, was in the form of a al. Thc Bishop and other col
bomb hurled on Mr. Carring ored delegates refused to at excuse the American proper- students. In seventeen cliap- for the party to continue “Because of humble origin, Bursting Bonds” and “The
ton’s front porch at 6 o’clock tend the banquet when they ty and lives arc being men- ters lie reviews every phase when that one could not par the abridgement of opportu Vengeance of the Gods” by
nities and handicaps innum Mr. Pickens himself are to
in the evening. Mr. Carring learned that a table had been aced by the “revolutionists” of the Negro problem, and ticipate.
George Edward Cannadv, erable, the careers of most be translated into Russian,
ton rushed out of the front * ' , s 'd' ‘ MH-cially for the tctcd ,,|c word ■ •rov<,|ulio„ . N
„ „ |cs,
thc A „fr-
13, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Negroes who hurdle obstac- and perhaps put on the stage
door, seized the hotnh and colorcd delegates.
because that U what lo-Saxon.
as well as made into motion
tossed it to the street. It ex
(Concluded on Page Four) ( Concluded on pg. 3, Col. 2) pictures.
ploded, the concussion shat
Mr. Pickens has written a
tering a window in a next
door neighbor's house. Mr.
ason? I have read every- the Negro people today offer
lynching during the past for
Carrington lias received re
thing I can get my hands on thc best opportunity in the
ty years, detaling the cam
peated threatening letters
conducted for seven
warning him to move (from
against this evil in
what is a white neighbor
the N. A. A. C.
is to be pub
The Denver N. A. A. C. P.
under the presidency of Geo.
W. (iross, lias appealed to
the authorities for protection
and is in constant communi-
zines on American race prob
caton with the National Of recently honoring members are sending American boys pearancc of his original lan-
fice of the N. A. A. C. P.
which is following the situa who participated in the ren- sake of the American oil and effect of slavery upon his
tion closely. The National dilion of Christmas music at mineral land owners in Mex- status. The Negro in Slavery
Office of the N. A. A. C P. Bethel church during the ico, using thc Nicarauguan in fact occupies several chap-
ters and is viewed biological-
lias offered full assistance to holidays. Twenty seven hap- incident as an excuse.
«■< M r and
the Denver Branch in deal- « K" '£ s
There has been a civil (Concluded on page four)
ing with the hotnh terrorism Mrs. 1 bornas warm hospi-.
tality and enjoyed a delicious Avar (is one of a kind now)
Mr. John Bosch of Geyser-
three-course repast. The re- between two forces in Nic-
California was the in
tnaindcr of the evening was aruagua. The majority elc-
for a gathering of
spent in song and speech Mr. ment led by President Saca-
colored and white
Thomas being the witty sa has been recognized by
the home of Mr.
Mexico as thc legal govern-
D. Cannady in
Sunday, Jan. 22, was thc
I ment of that country. Diaz,
second anniversary of Sold
the claimant of the minority
iers and Sailors Day. The
faction is recognized by the
hai teacher and visited the
service was in charge of the (
United States. Coolidge— (Preston News Service)
Washington, D. C. Jan.^28
great Persian teacher, Abdul
Brotherhood. The program
Wall Street rather— charges —Major
Bahai in Haifa. He also was
was somewhat cut on a c-,
that the Mexican govern
Abdul Baha in Chicago
count of the inclement wea (By Mrs. Lynch Brown) ment is furnishing arms and
Abdul Baha’s visit to
ther. The program will be
On account of cold wea munitions to Sacasa and
and was one of the
concluded at a later date to ther there was no Sunday feels that this justifies the
School nor Christian Endea United States in supplying
his home to await retirement
Roland Hayes found time, during his sojourn in the the great spiritual leader
Rev. Dyer preached in the vor Sunday. Thc pastor, Rev.
morning from the Book of House is unable to preach. (Concluded on page four) for convenience of the Gov South, to visit the great institute of Tuskegee, Alabama, passed into the Unknown at
and sing for its members. The tenor laid a wreath on the his home in Haifa.
Ilaboklcuk, 2nd Chapter 1st He is suffering with throat
grave of Dr. Booker T. Washington, the great educatdr
Mr. Bosch told in his own
verse; Text, “I will stand up trouble.
and founder.of Tuskegee Institute, while Mr. E. IT. W ash interesting way of his teach
on my watch, and set me up
ington, the educator’s son, and Mr. R. R. Taylor, acting ing the great universal prin
on the tower, and will watch
Mr. Neville was in Tacom-
principal, stood beside him.
ciples of Brotherhood, etc.,
to see what he will say unto a a few days last week.
in many parts of the world.
me, and what I shall answer
Miss Stella Stokes of To
He also gave a vivid . '•count
Mrs. Ruby Smith, former
when I am reproved.” The
peka, Kans., has been ap
his visit to the Holy Land
ly of Vcrnonia, Oregon, is in
sermon was well outlined.
pointed clerk in thc State
other parts of the world.
From that day until this,
A. F. Wil-
Marie Nadelhoffer of
the duty of a soldier and a visit. While in thc city she is sponsored by the Associa-
same place was
Bill Burns who came to Illinois State, Field secretary
sailor were emphasized, de the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. tion for the Study of Negro Earned!clerk of the siTe'etd7-
The Portland last week as and Dr. Talbot Pacific coast
picting the important part A. Freeman. Mrs. Smith or ife and History, Carter (,. partnicnt Also J. T. Duval of
dining room captain, only Regional Director of thc
Woodson Director, Wash- fcansas Citv. Kans., has been
they have played throughout iginally is from Texas.
for five days.
Near East Relief, both gave
ington, D C. The purpose appointed Deputy Oil In-
the Christian era.
and touching ac
Miss Ruth Johnson is now
At thc morning service,
wc had Mr. J. W. Ford of domiciled at the Blackstonc
Oakland, Calif., Mr. W. Por Apafltmchta.
ter of Omaha, Noli., Mr. S.
Mr. Lynch Brown who has
(Concluded on pg. 3 Col. 1) been confined to his bed with the study of Negro life and
Matthews filled her place.
Mr. Young accompanied
on the piano by his wife,
illness and under thc care of History and to secure more
support for its promotion.
E. Nobles, former waiter sang a group of songs to the
W YATT W. W ILLIAM S a physician, is much improv
All schools, churches, wo Chandler Owen one of
The Portland has just re delight of all.
Attorney at Law
mens’ clubs ,etc„ arc request Chicago’s leading business
from a long sea voy Thc hostess, assisted by
to be out gain.
T H E STORE FOR
Mrs. Idela Shirkey and Miss
role of a waiter.
With Julius Silvcstone,
linen who has, for thc past 17
Pilkington served a
Attorney and Counselor
months, served as general
Luclla Foster who was in
! manager and editor of the
523-524 Lumbermens Bldg. Kelso a few days returned to
Nicely furnished house j Chicago Bee, has resigned.
hired in the Portland main
Stay off Monday, Februa
dining room. His name is
Phones: Br. 0635-Wa. 3920 (Concluded on pg. 2, Col. 4)
Mr. Owen will go to Paris
T « Q
i (Concluded on page 3, col. 3) ry 21 - 1927— Elk's Ball.
Subscribe for Thc Advoate. St., North. Adv.
I crimc control.
, ,Mnct ,
NEGRO MODEL IN GREAT
HAYES HONORS WASHINGTON
HOLY LAND VISITOR
MT. OLIVET NEWS
N E G R 0 Ì S WEEK GET POLITICAL I0BS
1 HOTEL NOTES