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About The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1927)
Saturday, February 5, 1927
Jefferson evenue, he noticed spiritual and material ad- basis of every-day, practi-
a truck turning into the alley vancement of the state. And cal application in ordinary
Published every Saturday at
|because he has a large pro- human life,
8uite 312 313 Macleay Pudding. at high speed.
The most fascinating book
In the path of this modern portion of beggars in his
H i Broadway 5807.
juggernaut was a news lad j ranks he is branded as in- you ever read.”
different side of this shield, both are right aud both are
B R O T H E R OF M INE
E. n. C A N N A D Y ............... Editor
who did not see the approa ' ferior.
and sitting there conversed wrong, accordingly as they
MRS. E. D. CA N N A D Y. Manager
White philanthropists are T H E R A D IO PROGRAM
ching danger. The driver
(Preston News Service)
in the most friendly way.
view the object or uuder-
was too close to apply his .not contributing with the
If you must bear a heavy
A D V O C A T E AGENTS
1 .ooking up, one traveler stand the principle. In a
same freedom to colored in-
The program rendered on
remarked. “ That is a beauti- large number of these cases,
E. Richardson, Broadway &
Nick visualized a mangled stitutions as they did in for- Sunday evening by the Mt. If you must suffer pain, and ful gold shield” . The other if these contenders could be
boy on the brick pavement. n ei years. That is a step in Olivet Baptist church pastor
disputed courteously, “ No, it persuaded to consider from
Holliady & Holliday, 125 N. What did be do? Yell to the the rjght direction, but it and chorus, was indeed an
Or penalty condign,
is not a gold shield; it is a the other s point of view, se-
driver or scream to the bov* will work a tremendous excellent interpretation o f If Destiny deals with you so, silver shield” , contended the rious trouble could he avoid*
hardship unless they give to Negro Folk Songs. The pro- ’Tis by these very signs I first spokesman, and the hot ed and there would he main-
Elks Sanitary Barbershop. No!
He promptly pushed the ,iair chance to make of him- gram was greeted hv a large
90 N. Sixth Street.
rejoinder was. ” 1 know bet- Gained a spirit of amity rath-
A. H. Morrow, Compositor boy to safety and allowed I self all that he can; to reach and enthusiastic visible audi- You are brother of mine!
ter: I am looking at it, and I er than discord,
tell you, it is a silver shield.”
These divergent v i e w s
Vernon Baker Agent.______ the approaching wheels to the highest point which his etice and a still larger invis-
crush his own body as a sac capacities c a n carry him ible audience. Even before If you suffer sore defeat,
As these men disputed may he the result of heredi*
rifice that the child might without hampering him be- the program was well under From vantage-ground forc their anger waxed hot; vile tary, pre-natal or environ-
Per Y e a r _______________
continue to live aud play and cause he is colored. If under way, telephone messages of
ed to retreat,
epithets were hurled at each mental influences, am! in
Six M o n t h * ____ ___________________ 1 SO
Three M on th *______ ____
1 00 enjoy life.
¡these conditions lie fails to congratulations were pour-
If sometimes you incline other; then both arising they such cases arc fundamental,
Payable in advance
When at the hospital his peiform tasks well; if he is ing into the K G W radio sta- B e c a u s e of persecutions drew their swords and thrust I hey may grow out of dcfec-
Entered at the Po*toffice at Portland.
life was spared long enough | unable to keep pace with civ- tion from which the program
Oregon, as second-class matter.
each other through; intuit- tive mentality, lack of ethical
ively, each looked up to see training or mistaken ndlicr-
IM P O R T A N T !
All communications for publica he said, “ now I can meet my inferior. But it is grossly tin- special machinery installed
if there might he a mistake, encc to degrading principles,
fair to condemn an entire jn the church,
tion or otherwise should be ad 'God. Good bve.”
You are brother of mine!
T o their surprise and to all of which are vital and dc-
dressed to The Advocate Publish
Poor Nick has written his race of people who arc de-
The interpretation and ex-
their inexpressible reg ret mand consideration,
ing Company, Suite 312-313 Mac- name high on the scroll of med the opportunity to work ' p,anation
of the tongs by If sometimes you have err they discovered that both
Because of refusal of indi-
leay Building. Portland. Oregon.
Rev. E. C. Dyer, pastor, pre-
were right and both were viduals, races and nations to
Advertising rates made known
— Rvan’s Weeklv, Tacoma. AN A N SW E R FOR
pared the wav for a special I*1 weakness yielded unto sin wrong, for the shield was study disputed points from
E V E R Y P R A Y E R ’ appreciation of the songs as I
And then, by help divine gold on one side and silver various angles, great wars
“ Don't ask for rights. Take them. L E T T H E C O LO R E D
interpreted by the chorus of ^ ou have triumphed o o r on the other. Under these have been fought and mil-
An don't let anny wan give them to
Is a remarkable hook by a 30 voices under the direction
circumstances it was a gold lions in men and treasure
MAN W O R K
jre. A right that is handed to ye fr
Southern Negro, John An of Lola S. McCanns.
naw thin' has somethin' the matter with
And won a glorious victory. shield accordingly as it was lost. In this country igno-
it.” — Mr. Dooley.
drew Patterson, published by
viewed from one side or a ranee and stubborncss arc re-
Great credit is due to her You are brother of mine!
The following editorial Elizabeth Towne Co., Inc., untiring efforts which made
"They have rights who dare main-
silver shield if viewed from sponsible for much of the
tain them."— James Russell Lowell.
from the Philadelphia Tri Holyoke, Mass, and the L. the singing such a decided Whoever you may he, or ,|u. ot|,cr The travelers beg- racial friction and its conse-
bune tells the plain truth a- N. Fowler Company. Lud- success. It is here also appro
forgiveness, s h o o k quent disturbances. For this
the reasons why our gate Circus, London. E. C., priate to compliment the per W ho must life’s heavy bur
SO U TH ERN P R IN C IP L E
reason all should commend
hands and died.
group is in a state of depend England.
A M YTH
sonnel of the chorus. For
and encourage the work of
The Publisher’s Review is without their coopertion the
Rejoice you or repine,
various commissions on race
“ The Negro has received as follows: “ This new and program could n o t have Whatever he your native travelers been a little delib relations and strive for a bet
erate and had each made ef
The United States Senate too much charity and has startling book, which has
fort to see from the other’s ter understanding.
by a vote of 48 to 33, refused been given too little oppor flashed like a glowing me been so successful. All pull
Extend I sympathetic hand,
This story with its applica
a seat to Col. Frank L. Smith tunity to work. Those most teor before the world of mo
point of view, they would
- 1 For you’re brother of mine!
is commended to all in-
of Illinois to fill the unex sympathetic with the strug dern thought, will prove a
not have ended their lives as
pired term of the late Sena gles of the Negro have con- revelation to you in practi
T W O PO IN TS OF V IE W they did; but failure in this dividual«; to racial group as
high and low. white and
respect ended in an awful well'as national and intcr-
tor McKinley. The Senate tributed generously, almost cal prayer.
black complimenting him up
Inational groups; to all ranks
It is related that two tra- tragedy
voted not to even let him too generouslv, to the sup-
It is a book that will thrill on the program. Some who
and classes, and it is hoped
velers, both soldiers, met on
take his seat preliminary to port of his charitable institu- skeptic and scoffer, agnostic
that those who read it will
his right being decided after- tions but have refused to and Christian alike, by its their radios to reach the col- a highway, at a place where
to be more tolerant
wards. In other words, the give him a chance to earn a simple truth, clear logic, lection box whn it was pas-
Senate very radically took decent living. L'nknowinglv compelling facts and fascin- se(i round, sent their contri- attached w h a t might be tending for the correctness j in consideration of ^he views
the stand of being the judge these friends of the Negro
termed a “ guide-board” , or of his theory, the justice of ¡of others and shall strive for
ting personal incidents.
hution through the mqils.
highway marker, in the his cause, the logic of his | a b e t t e r understanding
of the qualifications of its have placed the Negro in the
Sincerity and understand-
members regardless of the position of a beggar. They ing vibrate from every word, wh o ' heard the endre°pro- S,’ apC ° f 3 S,Ucl<l These tra- conclusion or the soundness ■ which will he productive of
action or wishes of a state in have caused him to expect line and page of this truly gram over the radio, special- velers sat down each on a o f liis judgment Many times a better feeling
electing a person to repre- them to support his institu- remarkable work. The auth- |y complimented its promo
M ORE A B O U T BISHOP do about Abraham Lincoln ;
sent that state in the Senate, tions and by denying him a
or lives close to the great ters, stating that it was just
J. U Price as they do about
\\ hile it is true that with chance to earn anything
J. W . W A L L S
throbbing heart of humani- as ciear as it could possibly
Daniel W ebster; Henry O ’-
29 Republican senators op- more than what is necessarv tv. He too. has known sor- have been to those who were
(Continued from page one) Tanncr as they do about Mi
posing this vote, 15 Republi- to keep soul and body to-
row and suffering.
present at the church.
cans supported it, the re- gether makes it impossible
claims to have 100,000 sub chael Angelo; and as much
PREST C O TTO M S IS
\\ hile the prophetic in-
Keep it up. Mt. Olivet,—
markable feature of the vot- for him to support his own sight of the author will a- it is just another means of
subscribers. We expect to about Dunbar, Braithwaite,
ing was that only 4 Demo- charities,
our churches and and Countce Cullen as Ten
maze and astonish you on helping to solve the race pro-
crats opposed the vote, 3 of
White citizens complain a- almost every page, yet ever- blem.
Any one knowing the organizations in these col- nyson and Longfellow; Ira
them Southerners, while of bout the large number of Ne- y incident, every statement,!
whereabouts of Prest Cof- limns free and force most of Aldridge, Gilpin and Bert
the 32 Democrats who favor- gro paupers. They talk about is brought right down to a Subscribe for the Advocate toms, a dining car waiter or these papers to use salacious!^ illiams as they know of
ed the vote, 27 are Southern- their liability to the public.
cook please get in touch with news and questionable ad 'Charlie Chaplin, Rudolph
The Advocate. By doing so, vertisements for their sup Valentino and Gloria Swan-
Admitting these things to be
sou; Roland Hayes and Har
For the debate against the true, the wonder s, that more
you will confer a favor on port.
resolution to refuse a seat Negroes are not wards of the
his relatives one of whom is
Friends, you arc not a true ry Burleigh, Nathaniel I)ett
was based on the rights of public. They are denied an
seriously ill in Des Moines, and tried Negro, if you do and Coleridge Taylor as
they know of Pain, Chad
opportunity to engage in
not have Negro newspapers
wick, Wagner and Mendles-
In fact a dyed - in - the- anything but the most meni-
i i m i i U M . t h a i . i,
and literature coming to
340 RUSSELL STREET
sohn; Dubois, Hugo, Push-
Mrs. Dora Gulliford has
blood Southern Democrat, al jobs. "N o man can be a '
your home in every weekly
kim and Chestnut as they
taken rooms at the residence
Senator Overman of Alaba- good citizen unless he has a
mail. They plead our cause
M O N D A Y . F E B R t ' A H Y 1 t. 11)27
are familiar with the names
ma, went so far as to intro- wage more than sufficient to
before the world, fight our
John Locke, Washington
duce an amendment to seat cover the bare cost of liv-
battles, hold up our ideals,
or Ben Johnson. If
Col. Smith, whose offense jng.” Countless colored peo-
Tw o former Portlanders, articulate race spirit and en we keep the Negro press
ws only the source of some pie are prevented from being
Mr. A. Ballard of Norfolk, terprise, keep the fires of re pouring its streams of glist*
money for expenses of his good citizens by the condi-
and Mr. W m . Edward ligion burning on our altars ening gems down into our
primary campaign, without tions with which they are
Booker, of Atlantic City, N. of art and science. They arc homes, they will know these
prejudice to any move to surrounded. They are told by
Matchless Variety In
J., have both recently renew our Sun by day and stars by things. If we fail here we
oust him afterwards. This their friends to grow, ex-
ed their subscriptions to the night. Let us, today, if we lose a priceless heritage and
was wholly in behalf of “ Sta- pand and succeed and at the
“ old reliable” , The Advo have not already done so, will continue our youth in
tes Rights” .
same time these friends erect
cate. Roth have for years begin to patronize the Negro the belief that black is doom
Hence it becomes clear barriers around them which
been constant readers and press, and read race hooks. ed to inferiority."
from this plain desertion of makes growth, expansion
supporters of The Advocate. Our children should know
this vaunted “ principle” of and success impossible,
For rent. Furnished rooms
(Concluded on Page Four) as much about Booker T.
the South, that their devo-
i n writing of “ Socail Jus-
All the New Season’s Favored
Washington as they do a- with light and use of kitchen
tion to states rights is simply tice” , Theodore Roosevelt,
Shades in Full Fashioned
Stay off Monday, Februa hout George Washington ; at 143 East 18th Street. East
one of serving their selfish ; said :
Revelation Silk Hose
ry 21 - 1927— Elk’s Ball.
Frederick Douglas as they 8888.— Adv.
designs and intersts. 1 hey
“ i n every wise struggle
These new Silk Stockings will surely meet with
care not a whit for it as a sa- for human betterment one of
approval of all good dressers, because of their
cred principle. Their hypoc- the main objects, and often
even weave and long-wearing quality; rein
risy is now fully exposed. _ the only object, has been to
With so many Republi- achieve in large measure e-
cans voting to exclude Smith quality of opportunity. In
AllRevelation Silk Hose are Pure Dye,
probably the chance is lost the struggle for this end, na-
Insuriing Long Wear
to use this precendent to tions rise from barbarism to
RAN G IN G IN PRICE FROM $1.50 to $2.25
question the seats of South- civilization, and through it
ern Democratic senators for people press forward from !
These Hose are carried in all the newest colors, as
disfranchisement e l e c tion one stage of enlightenment
well as evening shades. New colors are coming in...
frauds in their election to to the next. One of the chief
the U. S. Senate.
factors in progress is the de
— Boston Guardian.
struction of special privi-
4 HORSEMEN FROLIC
W OM EN’S FIN E SILK
j ‘‘ T H A T L IT T L E
A orea F so u l passes
s t u H rcalize
Shakespeare said t h a t that the Negro has been de-
some men are born great, nied equality of opportunity,
some achieve greatness and He is hedged in by a caste
some have greatness thrust system which prevents him
from rendering his best ser
in the latter class, Nick vices for the mutual advan-
tages of all. Given alms, yes.
Nick, as he was commonly Given work, no. The former
called, was just a Negro me takes away his self respect.
nial servant at a local hotel. The latter would make him
He had all the weaknesses an upstanding citizen adding
of the flesh, “ even as you to the general welfare of the
State. No man who carries
and I” .
Recently Nick played a the burden of special privi-
part that enscrolled his name 'leges of another can give the
high up on the list of heroes commonwealth that service
who have passed beyond.
to which it is fairly entitled
On his way across Court Yet the Negro is expected to
D at the junction of 19th and contribute his share to the
The most in value-The bqqt in quality
VICTORY LUMP COAL
$9 50 Per Ton ¡Z $9.
IN Y O U R B A S E M E N T — W H Y P A Y M O R E ?
There Are Four Reatons W h y Hundred^ of Portland People Uae
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C L IN K E R , IS F R E E F R O M S O O T , A N D S H IP P E D
D IR E C T F R O M M IN E T O C O N S U M E R .
A T R IA L M A K E S A S T E A D Y C U S T O M E R
AJAX COAL COM PANY
322 F A IL IN G B L D G .
BE. 2405, O A . 1792