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SATURDAY, MARCH 14, IMI
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Daughter Use* Model of First Telephone
THE MAXWELLS MOVE SOUTH
With the departure on last Thurs
day o f Charles II. Maxwell for Han
Diego, Cal., marks the going o f one
of Oregon's best and most fashionably
Mrs. Maxwell left some time ago
for California, arriving in time to
spend Thanksgiving and the holidays
with her (laughters, the Mrs. El Kae
Griggs, Misses Myrtle, Maxine and
luiVada Maxwell. Mr. Maxwell plans
to make California the home for his
family if he ran find a suitable loca
tion for hia business. He is consid
ered one o f the finest barbequr a r
tists and formerly operated the “ Big
Hoy Barbecue Inn” in Hollywood, Sa
lem. The family have for years been
closely associates! with the various
activities for general welfare o f the
state and was considered by many an
“ institution” at Salem. Friends re
gret to have them move from Oregon,
but wish for them the greatest suc
cess in their new environs.
Chrystalee Maxwell will remain in
Portland, where she has employment,
and Mvrriman, their eldest son, la still
in Salem, where he is employed. Mr.
Maxwell motored down and will stop
all along the route in search o f the
best location for his plant.
When Serglue F. arete, Assistant Vloe Prssldent of the Bell Tele-
•hene Laboratories, leotured before e meeting of the Netlonel Geographic
Oceloty In Woehlngton, he wee eeeleted by Mr*. Ollbart Oroevenor,
daughter of the telephone'o Inventor, Alexander Graham Bell. Speaking
Into a model ef her father's Invention which first successfully transmitted
(he human voice, Mre. Oroevenor waa clearly heard by the audience
through modern amplifying devleea. She Is pictured holding the model
ef thle historic Instrument, while Mr. Orace Is showing a piece of the
actual wire ever which speech was Bret transmitted and whleh was
Incorporated In a telephone circuit ueed for demonstration purposes that
OLYM PIA, Wash., Mar. 7.- The
Renewing allegiances to G. O. P.,
ROLAN D HAYKM
Executive Committee o f the Wash- state and nation. Expressed loyalty
Boland Hayes, who spent two days
ington State Colored Kepubliran Club to the president, J. A. <!. Washington,
met Sunday at .7 30 p. m. by rail of of Taroma, and sot the date 1932 for at Tuskeegee last week conferring
J. A. G. Washington, president o f thr thr neat state convention. Speeches with Dr. George Carver, scientist, on
state, Dr. John Thompson, chairman were made by Jas. Sheperson o f , mstlers concerning Mr. Hayes’ 600-
o f the executive committee, of Spo ' Olympia, l>r. J. Thompson of Spokane. > acre mudel farm at Curryville, Ga.
kane, presided. N. T. Green of Se and the president, J. A. G. Washing Mr. Hayes had no concert engagement
attlee, King county, acted as secre ton, attacking in bitter terms the at Tuskrgee but broke his custom
tary. Counties represented were- King, high-handed methods o f thoae respon and sang two spirituals to the stu
Pierre, Thurston, Grays Harbor, Yak sible for the unsettled condition in thr dent body on Sunday night.
ima, Kittitas. 1-ewts, Whatcom and colored G. O. P.
Spotlicjht ‘Dramatic Club
(O it lü
All Heal No A*h
The Ideal Fuel for
Direction Zepha Baker
3 — ACT DRAMA — 3
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PRESENCE OF MINO
Cast Includes Some of the I test Loral Talent
Often Seen on the Stage
Friday Evening;. March 27
First prise to the- one selling most tickets over 60—
A gorgi eoua hat with twautiful leather covered hat box by
LSIE'I plus pair Knna Jettick" Shoes and Silk Hose,
by C. II BAKER SHOE CO.
Portland Gas A Coke Co.
Field Secretary of thr National As
sociation for the Advancement o f Col
ored People, who was threatened in
Indiana during trial of Marion lynch
ers for his anti-lynching utterances
(See photo on page 2)
Golden Wedding Guest Is relephone Bride
Am ong recent new subscribers to
The Advocate are Mrs. B. Clemins,
Mrs. William Wilson, Mrs. Myrtle
Campbell, Mrs. W. Reed and W. T.
Bell o f Los Angeles, formerly of Port
land, sent us a check fo r $5.00 for re
newal subscription to The Advocate.
We thank all.
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While helping her grandparents, ’dr. and Mrs. A. F. Stewart, to
oelebrate their Oolden Weddino Anniversary at Santa Monica, Cal., Mlaa
Thelma Passwatere was married by telephone to Gordon White in
Kinsley, Kane. Half the continent separated bride .ind aroom aa the
vows were exchanged over the wire.
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Zion Comrades basketball team
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Knights o f Columbus at the latter's
hall Wednesday evening. The score
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J. E. Emery, manager o f the Sun
Cafe, is reported to be quite ill at his
Mrs. Elsie Reynolds, Mrs. Mamie
Stanton and Mrs. W. H. Myles are re
ported to be indisposed this week.
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“Merchandise Of Merit Ony"
a doctor. She is stopping with Mrs. B.
Clemins, 720 Union avenue north. Mrs.
Graham formerly resided in Portland.
Tom Pitts was ordered held for
grand jury investigation after a pre
liminary hearing Thursday of last
week in municipal court.
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Mrs. Bessie Graham o f Marshfield,
Ore., is in Portland under the care uf
The “ Democrat-Herald” o f March
5 earned a photo o f Jess Lee Brooks,
who sang in Albany, Ore., March 11
His program consisted of spirituals
and be was accompanied by his wife,
Rita Katherine Brooks.
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ARTICLE NO. »
We have had many inquiries rel First— The Merrykannaa.— Adv.
ative to how the Board o f Motion
Picture Censors is created in Portland.
FO R SA L E — 4 or S room modern
For the benefit o f those who are not house. Tabor 0812^-Adv.
informed on the subject, will give the
follow ing facts, as taken from Ordi Rooms for Rent—95J E. 14th St., N.,
nance No. 54467, Article X XX I, Sec Phone Trnity 8754—adv
An Ordinance on the regulation of
WANTED— Woman in need o f nice
private buainass, including licenses country home. For mother’ s helper.
and declaring an emergency,” passed Work not exacting.
by the Council December 21, 1921, as Call Mrs. Cannady, GArfield 7523.
amended by Ordinance No. 42790 as
The Sun Cafe, open day and night—
Chinese and American cooking, at 322
Motion Picture Censors
Section 1. Board— There is hereby Williams Ave. Phone Lnacaster 1882.
W. H. Lewis, 73, reported to deputy
created* a Board of Motion Picture
sheriffs that four youths entered hia
Censors to l* composed o f three mem J. D. Emery, Mgr.— Adv.
home at East 72nd and Nehalcm
CLYDE ON THE AIR
bers, at least one of whom shall be a
streets, about a mile south of Foster
Ralph C. Clyde, editor of our “ Sense womr-n. appointed as follows: The
One Cent a Day Pays
road on March 6. They fled when Mr. and Nonsense” column, is on the air
organization composed o f those inter
lew is struck one of them with an axe.
Up to $100 a Month
over Station K XL every Tuesday and ested in the exhibition o f motion pic
Bobbery is thought to have been their
Friday evening at 10:00 p. m. Mark tures within the city shall submit to
Life and Casualty In
your calendar to make note o f the the Council in writing the names of surance Co., 9132 Moriarty building,
dates, to you may be amused and edi three persons from which the Council Kansas City, Mo., is offering a new
fied. Commissioner Clyde U an en shall elect one person to serve as a accident policy that pays up to $100
tertaining and forcible speaker, and member o f said board.
month for 24 months for disability
has hundreds o f radio fans who listen
The Council shall elect a second and $1.000 for deaths— costs less than
in semi-weekly to his addresses.
member at large. The two members 1 cent a day—$3-50 a year. Over 68,000
so elected shall thereupon select a already have this protection. Men,
Miss Blanche Crawford is reported third person for said board who shall women and children, ages 10 to 70,
to be steadily improving at her home, be appointed as a member thereof by 1 eligible. Send no money. Simply send
where she is ill and under the doctor’s the Ccuncil.
| name, address, age, beneficiary's name
If a vacancy occur in the member- an<1 relationship and they will send
ship of the said board, said vacancy this policy on 10 days’ FR E E inspec-
The regular monthly meeting o f the shall be filled in accordance with the ‘ »on- No examination is required. This
Board o f Directors o f the Oregon'plan above provided.
offer is limited, so write them today.
Prison Association was held at the Y.
Board members shall serve without --------------------------------- ----- — . .
M. C. A. cafeteria Tuesday at noon. compensation.
pointed in the manner above providd
A report o f legislative activiteis waa
The members o f the board first ap- three members of said board to serve
made and a couple o f committees ap pointed shall serve until January 2, for the ensuing year anti until their
1921, and until their successors are successors are appointed and quali-
appointed and qualified. On January I fied.
Among beauticians attending the 2, 1931, or at the first regular Coun-
Next week the article will explain
Pacific Northwest Association of cil meeting held thereafter, and every the duties of the Board, Secretary and
Beauty CulturisU at the Multnomah year thereafter, there shall be ap- Film Viewers.
hotel this week is Mrs. Zepha Baker.
Mrs. Baker recently returned from the
East where she won a diploma at the
Mme. C. J. Walker School of Beauty
Culture at Indianapolis, Ind.
WILBUR MKRCIER, Publicity
(B y Cheater A. Lyon)
According to a current report, Tom
Johnson, o f the Little Tom miniature
g olf course, barely escaped being
robbed at hia home in Alberta recent
ly. When he answered the doorbell he
wax greeted with a “ stick ’em up” by
two white men. As Johnson drew hia
hands out o f his dressing gown it con
tained a gun and he returned the
greeting. He succeeded in disarming
Wallace Beery and Marie Dressier
one o f the fellows and the other one in “ Min and Bill” for one week, and
ripping comedy, “ Dance Hail
Johnson had retired when the bell Marge.”
rang at his front door and on bla way
downstairs following a “ hunch,” he
put a gun in his dressing gown pocket.
Second prixe to next highest An exquisite hand-paint
ed Perfume Set by MEIER A FRANK.
This Drama Will lie thr Sensation of the Season
S S M f B O SS NT.
Dorothy Mackaill, Clara Kimball
Young, Ned Sparks, Joel McCrea,
Bryant Washburn and Mary Carr in
“ Kept Husbands” plus RKO vaurle
"Trader Horn,” with Harry Carey
Edwins Booth, Duncan Renaldo, Ma
ils Omools as Renchero. Begins to
day. March 14, for one week.
At last Charlie Chaplin in “ City
Lights.” The most talked-of film of
John Tilliert in “ Gentleman's Taste
with Leila Hyamo, Anita Page, Marie
Prevost, Louis Wolheim, plus Fan
chon A Marco’s big-time vaudeville
SITU ATIO N
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ln t’i Newsreel
When the Reichstag, or German Legislature, held Its opening aeeelon
In Berlin not long ago, the city police were prepared for possible dis
order*. Included In the preparations was an emergency telephone system.
Thle picture shows a policeman near the Relchatag talking with hia head
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