The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, April 18, 1931, Page THREE, Image 3

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    The ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, APRIL
THREE
■
Theatres
$ 1500.00
NEW
HUDSON STRAIGHT 8
ABSOLUTELY FREE
MORE THAN
*1500.00
IN PRIZES
M am m oth F R E E gift D istr ib u tio n
ADVOCATE
by the
1 rREE 1
EVERYONE WILL WIN
Eiglit-Act Vaudeville
Returna to Orpheum
On last Thursday, the KKO Arphe-
um renewed the big vaudeville policy
with a full length vaudeville bill which
meant a huge augmentation of the
entertainment value of the bill, for the
theatre will continue to run big talkie
features ss usual Ken Murrary head
lines in “Fooling Around"; Edgar Ger-
gen, in “The Operation" will give an
ventriloquia) novelty. Foster, Fagan
and Cox, a trio of fun songsters; a
thrilling aerial act, a novelty skating
set, Velma Wayne in “Satires of the
Cinema” and last but not the least.
Jellybeans Johnson in his eccentric
dances. (See front page story for
more about Johnson). The screen at­
traction is “Cracked Nuts” with
Wheeler, Woolsey, May Oliver, and
Dorothy Lee.
United Artiata
ALL PRIZES . . . GOIJ), SILVER AND AUTOMOBILES . . . TO BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE TO
MEN, WOMEN, BOYS AND GIRLS RESIDING IN PORTLAND AND SURROUNDING TERRITORY SERVED
BY THE ADVOCATE. You are xvclronir to »Imre in tltin grneroun <li»tribution. It cost» you nothing . . .
now or ever! It in not even required that you be aaubaeriber . . . Every active participant in guaranteed
either a UASII PRIZE or an AUTOMOBILE. Bead thin page carefully . . . every word of it! Then clip the
couponn in the paper uud nend them in for youmelf or a friend!
DO IT NOW
“Trader Horn" with Harry Carey,
Edwina Booth and Duncan Renaldo,
the three leading principals. Nine
months were spent in Africa filming
the scenes for the picture. Said to
be the greatest accomplishment in
screen history.
Fox Broadway
Norma Shearer with Robert Mont­
gomery in “Strangers May Kiss.”
. . . TODAY!
Paramount
YOU GAN RIDE IN YOUR OWN GAR IN A FEW WEEKS
Warncr Baxter in ‘Doctors’ Wives’
with Joan Bennett.
SECOND PRIZE
8100 in Gold
GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE
THIRD PRIZE
Fox-Holly wood
’Little Caesar.”
NEW LATEST MODEL HUDSON STRAIGHT “ 8 ” COACH
860 in (gold
VALUE *1155
Local News
FOURTH PRIZE
Isaac B Vessel is reported quite ill
at his home in San Francisco.
850 in (gold
Fimi
PRIZE
810
ill
DON’T SPEND YOUR MONEY
WHERE YOU CANNOT WORK!
(gold
Mr and Mrs. John Davison have
named their new son who arrived
April l, John Wesley Goren Davison,
IIOW TO ENTER THE
CAMPAIGN
Mrs. A. E. Holliday who has been
quite ill and confined to her home for
several weeks, it reported greatly im­
proved and able to be about.
Purehnned from und Will Be on Di*plav at
GRIMM, SCHNEIDER AND BACON
Choice of (a lo r
Portland, Oregon
Three Hundred $ In Cash
A »pedal fund of *500.00 Ini» been »el «»ide, to he distributed in the form of »alarie*. among active non-
priw winner» on u 10 per cent hu»i». Any candidate» who remain active throughout the campaign, making a
regular ca»h report, but fail» to win one of the BIG PRIZES offered, will participate in thi» comm ¡»»ion
feature. Think of it! One-tenth of every aubarription you secure goes into your pocket, if you fail to win a
priae! Tlii» a»»uro» compenMtion to all candidate». There will be no loser* in the race. Could anything
be fairer or more liberal?
_________________________________ _________ ,
IMPORTANT!
How the Prizes Will Ba Awarded
FIRST WEEK COUPON
Every »dive parti< *ipant in T ill. ADVOCATE S great (»¡ft diatribu-
lion **¡11 receive either a rash rommiwinn, a gift of gold, or an auto­
mobile. The person polling the greatest number of votes in the campaign
will receive the new latest model Hudson straight-eight coach.
This plan assures that each and every candidate who does not win
one of the big prizes, will nevertheless receive a commission of 10 per
rent— f „ r every effort they put forth in this campaign.
Years —
Price
............... .. »2.50
.............. . . 5.00
.............. .. 7.00
.............. .. iii.no
.............. .. i n to
.............. . . 12.00
Foies
10,(XXI
(0.000
75,(XX)
lSOJXX)
290,000
360.(XX)
Emm May
inclusive, the
will be i,,ur<l
liona:
Years —
1 ..................
2 ...................
3 ...................
4 ...................
28 to June 10.
following voir,
on
suhscrlp-
Prier
V oles
*2.50
5.00
7.00
10.00
8.000
24,000
60,000
125,000
6 ................... 12.00
300,000
5 ............... 11.00
200,000
Eeorj—
...................
...................
...................
....................
....................
....................
Price
Foies
$2.50
5.00
7.00
10.00
11.00
12.00
6.000
20,000
45,000
100.000
160,0(H)
250,000
FOURTH PERIOD
The last week, terminating
June 25. the following num
brr of votes will be issued on
subscript Iona:
Fears —
Price
Foies
t ................... »2.50
3.000
2 ................... 5.00
15,000
3 ................... 7.00
30,000
4 ................... 10.00
60,000
5 ................... 11.00
100,1X10
6 ................... 12.00
175,000
The above schedule of votes, which it on a declining basis, positively will not be raised during the competition. (See open­
ing announcement 1. A special ballot, good for KXI.OtK) extra votes, will be issued on every "club'' of $12.00 turned in on sub­
scriptions. The "club” may be composed of small or large subscriptions totaling $12.00 worth. Thia arrangement will be in
effect throughout the entire campaign and is lo lie considered part of the regular schedule.
No subscriptions will be accepted
for more than six years from any one candidate.
30,000 rxtra voles will he given for each year of a NEW subscription turned in during the firat period; 20,000 extra votes
for earh year of a NEW aubarription turned In during the second period; 10,tXKI extra votrs for each year of a N E W subscription
turned in during the third period. No extra votes will be given for NEW subscriptions during the last period. Subscriptions
mailed outside the U.S.A., »2.50 per year.
For Further Information. Cull or Phone or Write
THE ADVOCATE — 313 Mueleuy Building—-2 8 6 Washington Stt
Portland 11 Oregon
PHONE AT. 2536
ADVISORY BOARD
It la the sincere aim of thia
newspaper to conduct this cam­
paign, from start to finish, in a
fair, honorable and imparl ial
manner. Every precaution has
bern taken lo safeguard the in-
trreat of participation, and abso­
lute honesty in all dealings is
guaranteed.
However, not all wisdom lies
with any man or institution, and
for that reason, an Advisory
Board has been decided upon,
whose function shall be to de­
cide any question of sufficient
moment, that might happen to
arise during the competition and
from which a committee shall be
selected to act as judges, and
count the volea the last night of
the election.
The personnel of the Advisory
Board will be announced at a
later date.
Co.
“Merchandise Of Merit Ony*
THE EAST INDIA HAIR GRO W ER
WiU Promote a Fu ll Grow th o f H air.
W ill also Restore the Strength,
V itality and the B e a u ty of the
H air. I f your H air ia D ry and
W iry, T r y -
WORKERS CALLED TO CONFER
Notice to all workers' organizations.
A conference will be held Sunday, at
2 P. M. April 19, at the Workers’
Hall, 191)4 Third St. to prepare for
the observance of Mayday in Port­
land. All organizations are asked to
send two delegates to the conference
This conference is called by United
Front Mayday Committee, Trade Un­
ion Unity League and Unemployed
Council Section of Portland.
CaSt India Hair Grower
I f you are batbered with F allin g
D andruff, Itching Scalp , or any H air
I Trouble, we want you to try a ja r o f
[E A S T IN D IA H A IR G R O W E R . The
kremedy contain» medical propertiea that
I go to the root» o f the H air, stim ulates
'th e akin, helping nature do ita work.
Leaves the h air soft and silk y. Perfum ed with a
balm o f a thousand flower». The best known remedy
fo r H eavy and Beautiful B lack Eye-Brow », alao
restore» G ray H air to ita N atural Color. Can be uaed
with Hot Iron fo r Straightening.
Mrs. Tom Jones who has been quite
ill for several weeks is able to be up.
Price Sent by M ail, 50c ; 10c E x tr a fo r Postage
. ¿ ffS JT S m x
ot!.’ t1
'.lid dbSi
Uoo tor Hlltac. IX SSc Extra
—famous the world over
THIRD PERIOD
Emm June 11 to June 17,
inclusive, the billowing vetes
will be issued on subscrip­
tions:
1
2
3
4
5
6
Dixie Strollers orchestra played for
a dance St. Helens Wednesday night
in the campaign.
SCHEDULE OF VOTES AND SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OF THE ADVOCATE
SECOND PERIOD
SipmanTWo^e
200,000 EXTRA VOTES!
And all other non-prize winning candidates (that is, those who do
not win one of the above listed gifts» will each receive a cash commis­
sion e«|ual to 10 per cant of all money he or she has turned in for sub­
scriptions, according to the rules of the campaign.
1
2
3
4
5
6
For rent, reaaoaabla, A partas sut»,
Th» Advocate doe» not necessarily
share ..in ..the writer’» ..view», but furnished or unfurnlabod, located at
whether we do or not. the opinion» are 714-71$ E. Ankeny St. Inquire Trin­
sane, logical and interesting. It ia «he ity »898.—Adr.
readers’ ss well as our privilege to dis­
agree with the writer who invites
your opinion upon the subjects dis­
FOR RENT
cussed fro mums to time In this col-
Seven-room »Indern hoaae; good lo­
cation; rent reasonable to responsible
February 14th an appeal was made party. Apply 31] Mar Ira j building.
to Diatrict Attorney, Lotus L, Lang­
ley, to take action against a highly
FOR RENT
suggestive bill board picture advertis­ A moo front room and ■ 1-r
ing a certain motion picture, booked apartment, furnished or unfurnished;
as a coming attraction at a local thea­ near two carliaea. Phono East 1S32.
ter. The owner of this theater was in­ —Adv.
formed that unless the potter was re­
moved a complaint would be filed in Room* for Rent—9S3 E. 14th St., N.,
Phone Trnity 8754—adv.
the District Attorney’s office.
The District Attorney gave 100 per
cent co-operation which was much ap­ The Sun Cafe, open day and night—
preciated.
When the owner of the theater Chinese and American coolring, at 322
learned a complaint would be filed William* Ave. Phone Lnacaster 1882
regarding the poster in question, the
following telegram was tent by him J. D. Emery, Mgr.—Adv.
to me on February 1».
”1 tried several times today to phone
Wanted—A neat, talented, colored
you, not reaching you. Very sorry lady to handle tha Spencer corset in
any posters posted for me has caused Portland. Good pay to right party.
so much discussion, however, want Phone Miss Marian Brinkman, »02
you know not altogether my fault as Overlook boulevard, Walnut 2168, for
posters are ordered from the East in appointment.—Adr.
advance, delivered to Foster & Kleiser
the day they go up and we do not
FOR SALE 4 or S room modern
even tee until posted. There is only house. Tabor 0612.—Adv.
one poster up which comes down to­
day. I can assure you there will not DON’T SPEND YOUR MONEY
be any more posted and further, I W HERE YOU CANNOT WORK!
will not post any more posters on any
picture until I can clarify this poster One Cent a Day Pays
situation and know that posters are
Up to $100 a Month
the kind that are not offensive to the
citizens of Portland. Meantime, I
The Postal Life and Casualty In­
hope to have a personal interview with
surance Co., 9132 Moriarty building.
you and your committee.
Kansas City, Mo., is offering a new
February 21st, a committee of Rep­
accident policy that pays up to $100
resentative Business men had a meet­
a month for 24 months for disability
ing in District Attorney's office with
and $1,000 for deaths—costs less than
theater men and motion picture board.
1 cent a day—$3.50 a year. Over 68,000
The business men represented on this
already have this protection. Men,
committee with me were: F. H. Plai-
women and children, ages 10 to 70,
sted. J. P. O’Hara, L. C. Wilkinson,
eligible. Send no money. Simply send
Erwin A. Taft, Edward Laird Mills name, addi'ess, age, beneficiary’s name
and H. R. Albee.
and relationship and they will send
Censor Board promised co-operation this policy on 10 days’ FREE inspec­
from now on, and in the future, objec­
tion. No examination ia required. This
tions to posters or pictures will be offer is limited, so write them today.
put before the Censor Board.
Among pleasant callers at The Ad­
vocate office this week was Mrs. I. B.
Vessel who came to renew her sub­
scription to The Advocate.
This coupon when accompanied with three yearly
subscriptions (or their equivalent) to THE ADVOCATE,
entitles the candidate to 200,000 extra votes if subscrip­
tions are turned in during the first week of their entry.
NAME OF SU B SC R IB E R ......................................................
NAME OF S U B SC R IB E R ......................................................
NAME OF S U B SC R IB E R ......................................................
CANDIDATE’S N A M E....................................................
One First Week Coupon can be voted by each candi­
date for every three one-year subscriptions (or their
equivalent» turned in during the candidates'» first week
Then the third h ig h e s t candidate will receive $10 0 in gold; the
fourth highest, $60 in gold; the fifth highest. $50 in gold, and the sixth
highest, $-10 in gold.
subscriptions!
(By Cheater A. Lyon)
Classified
Adv’ts
Jr
Til«* first strp in toiler to he
roinr « c«itilitUlr and compio«*
fur « (iriir, is to clip tit« tmani
nation coupon appealing in this
issue; fill in Y « m r name ami s«l
(|r«*ss ami mail or «Mivrr to th«*
< s in p a i g n Department of 1*111.
ADVOCATE
This coupon en
tilica you. or the person whom
You nominated, I«» !>0li0 H th h
vote«. These volea are tiven you
as a starter, ami speed you on
your way It* win Only one •u,’h
nomination will In* accept«! for
each candidate. You may nomi­
nate either yourself or a friend.
KIKST PERIOD
Up lo nnd including May
27th, 1931, the following num
her of votes will be issueil on
MOTION
PICTURE
SITUATION
THE
P inauds
Shamp OO
Leaves your hair lustrous,
healthy, and not loo dry!
S. D. LYONS
316 N. Central
,
Dept B
Oklahoma City, O kls.
Phone TRinity 0693
S. C. MORRIS, Mgr.
U. S. A . G A R A G E, Inc.
Ga»—Eaatern and Western Oils—Battery Charging
Scientific Automobile Repairing
Greasing, Oiling, Washing and Polishing
E X P E R T A U T O M O B ILE D R IV IN G IN S T R U C T IN G
Courteous and Efficient Service
Car Called for and Delivered
STEAM HEATED STORAGE
A t your dealer's— or send 5 0»
for full-size bottle to Pinaud,
Dtp:. M , 210 £ 21 Si..
NewYork [Sample bottle fret]
353 55 RO SS ST.
THE ADVOCATE
313 Maoleay Building — 286 Washington St.
P O R T L A N D , OREGON
Nomination or Entry Blank for The Advocate’* “ Everybody Win* ” Gold
and Automobile Election
a
a
a
a
GOOD FOR 5000 VOTES
I hereby enter and ca»t 5 0 0 0 votet for
(MISS) (MRS.) (M R .).......................................................................................................................
as a candidate in The Advocate’s “ Everybody Wins” Prize Distribution of Gold and Auto­
mobile.
ADDRESS........................................................................................PHONE.....................................
Note— Only one nomination blank accepted for each candidate nominated.........................