The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, June 20, 1931, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    The ADVOCATE
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readers
By C L IF F O R D C M IT C H E L L
of
Tha
Advocate
by
DeNormal I'nthank. AB. M.D.
The Advocate doe* not necessarily
»hare in the writer'* views, but
whether we do or not, the opinions
are sane, logical and interesting It
it the readers' as well as oui privilege
to disagree with the writer who in
vites your opinion upon the subject*
discussed from time to time in thi»
column.
“ TH K COLLAR O F HR VSS”
By S. W illiam Moore
(Reviewed for The Advocate by
Clifford Mitchell)
s e e
This is a story of slavery and the
free ing o f slaves. The two principal
male characters are half-brothers. The
father
a plantation owner in Louis­
iana. The mother o f Joe — a .ies.cnd-
ant of a queen o f Spain, whil« the
mother of Sam—Joe's half-brother—
was a slave on the fathers’ planta­
tion. O f course, she was black,
a * a
The father and mother die — the
plantation is sold — the boys go their
separate ways, tine, already free by
virtue o f his race, while the slave boy
frees himself by escaping. They both
head West. The years quickly pass
Through rough experience they both
attain manhood, each, strong, and
powerful in his own domain.
* • •
Eventually they clash they do not
recognize each other. Each is in love
with a g irl—Joe— with the daughter
of a Spanish land baron— and Sam—
with the Indian maid o f Joe's girl
Sam is now the chosen chief o f a band
o f Indians, while Joe, along with the
Spaniards, are their bitter enemies.
• • •
Their battles, their love quests and
adventures, are thrilling, so much so,
that the entire 250 pages o f the book
are eagerly read, in spite o f the fine
print and many typographical errors.
Eventually, love, peace and under­
standing come to all. A very inter­
esting story, exposing the fallacy of
race or class superiority.
Ralph
C.
Clyde
City
MYALGIA
Myalgia is a condition that effect
muscles or groups o f muscles in
such a way as to cause pain o f vary­
ing degrees o f severity and occasion
ally stiffness and general disability.
Myalgia is often spoken o f as mus­
cular rheumatism.
Myalgia has many causes. A sud­
den chilling o f the body may bring
on the condition. Straining and any
over use o f muscles is quite liable
to bring on muscular stiffness, as in
the case o f athletes or laborers who
overwork. Frequently acute or chron­
ic infectious diseases may be blamed.
Acute
rheumatism
in
influeiiia,
— arlet fever, typhoid fever, tonsil­
itis, syphilis, diabetes etc. are often
the offenders. Metal poisonings o f
ten cause myalgia— especially
had
ami mercury. Inflamalory conditions
«f the muscle or the underlying or­
gans are quite frequent causes. For
example acute appendicitis or peri­
tonitis causes extreme muscular tend-
ernes*.
The most common types o f my­
algia are torticollis
(stiff neck),
riemodynio
(belt-like
pain along
one or more ribs! and lumbago.
The duration o f myalgia varies.
Acute cases last from a few days to
one or two weeks. Chronic cases
continue— keeping the patient up and
down— from one month to many
months.
The muscular pain is usually so
severe as to completely disable one.
Myalgia that fails to respond to
rest in bed, irritating rubs and hot
applications should be carefully in­
vestigated.
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bv
Nancy
Lee
COI NCII CALENDAR
A new department is being offered
to the readers o f the Advocate. A
column devoted to advice on friend­
ship. love, and all matters pertaining
to the home.
Anyone wishing such advice, please
» rite Nancy Lee, in care o f this paper.
IVnr Nancy l ot I urn . h young bus-
imss man in a small town; 1 have a
shoo repair shop am! i am very lone­
some. as 1 have no
friend.
I
would like to correspond with some
girl between 20 and 30 years o f age,
who has a high school education. 1
i ght
■ ivn skin. "DAN1
This is not a matrimonial bureau,
but this seems like a nice, lonely
young man. who would appreciate a
friendly letter now ami then from one
of my lady readers. 1 will I h » glad to
forward any letters to his address.
Nancy Lee.
MORE ABOUT CONTEST
Many people make an error when
desiring to eall the attention o f the
City Council to some matter of im
portance, in addressing documenta to
an individual official.
Petitions, re
monatranees, or communication» to be
1'sinaidered by the City Council should
be addresses! to that body only. Such
«iocuments, in order to receive atten­
tion at the weekly meeting o f the
Council, which falls on Wednesday
morning, must I«1 filed with the City
Auditor on or before Saturday, at 10
A, M. They are then given a place
and number on the printed calendar.
There was a time when there was
no calendar, and a number o f good
ami bad measures slipped through the
City Council. As Councilman at large
during the aldcrmanic form o f govern­
ment, I fathered the ordinance that
brought the Calendar idea into effect.
I feel very proud o f the Calendar
which has become a necessity.
Council.
A V gmbqkvgbyll.lilemfwp
Measures that are filed after Satur
«lay at 110 A. M and before Wednes-
ilay morning, can be consiilere«! by the
City Council by four fifths vote. If
there are objections, the proposition
will be held over to take its place on
the next Calemlar. The best way to
avoid any complications is to have
your proposition tile«! with the City
Auditor on or before Saturila)- at 10
A. M. The earlier the better.
L o i i>
r
\m o
m
w ck
For the benefit o f a number of in-
diirnant
citizens
whose
slumbers
have been disturbed by loud squawk-
in£. phonographs anti other ear drum
breaking: devices, the City Council on
July 9, 1930, passed a law to put a
stop to this annoyance.
If you are suffering front an in*
growing disposition on account of
nerve wrecking noises, all you have
head of the Nuisance Division, at
to tit» is to 'phone Mr. Joe Roberts,
the City Hall. Mr. Roberts will in*
vestigute the matter pronto. I f your
complaint is justifiable, Joe will warn
this correction.
CONTEST STANDING
the culprit to soft pedal the nuisance.
If the guilty party refuses to be good,
Following are the names o f the few
he or she will be subject to fine and
EX-SERVICE MEN
undulates nominated together with
spend some time in jail.
u n d D e p i 'l l i l e l l l s o f i h r
all the votes east for publication up
This is good news to the afflicted
until Thursday night:
ones, Mr. Roberts will hold their
KNOW YOl R RIGHTS!
M. L. B row n ............................. 1.27Loth) names in confidence if so requested.
.« Iv«-y .
1 £7MOO
Pennons, Compensât ion. Insurance, Hos­
Yernell Watson ---- ----- - 1.275,-UK)
pitalization. Soldiers* Homes. Bonus,
Funeral F.*penses, etc.
Alice T im m s________________ 1.275,900
Methods of obtaining these and other Madelyn Gibson_____________ 1,278,100
S . W . Cor. -4th an«t
benrfit* covered in our manual.
'W a s h i n g t o n
Alice M arshall.......................... 1.276.100
One Dollar
W. R. L o v e ll...............................1 ¿78,400
$ 2 5 .0 0 to
SERVICE MEN S SERVICE Irene P atterson _____________ 1 ,280,800
$ 4 5 .0 0
311 \V. Pearl Street
Jackson. Miss.
June 15 th to 27th only
SALE
Chance Isom together with two
by Past National Commander Edward
E Spafford, and the further fact that white youths was returned to Port,
it elicited a special message of com ­ land from Hood Rlv*r Thursday of
last week to answer charges o f grand
mendation from President Hoover.
No other group in America is In as larceny. They were held under fittoti
favornhle a posinoli to overcome inter-, hall «ach in the city Jail. They were
national suspicion and to bury war arrested when they ran a stolen
time animosities as are the menili,*rs automobile Into the Columbia river
of the American Legion And so, with at Hood River after stripping th* v«>
enthusiasm, we applaud this forward hide, according to polir* reporta.
Here is nil item frulli n N. J. pnper step by a N. Y. post!
(hnt seems (>• be worth repenting It
While we are talking almut this
is quoted fiuto the June number of splendid action o f Post No. 108. let
"The World T om orrow ":
us «^insider for a moment the ques
“ Perhaps the most glorious thing 11.«mil'll1 action o f the War Depart
thnt ever hnp|H'ii*d in th«- City o f N ment, more especially o f the Chief of
Y.” is the superlative wny in which Staff, who is said to have announced
Mayor Walker chnr«cteri*#d the nc a plan which under s|HH-ifi<- circuiti
tion o f nn American I «'gioii |xi>t in stances, calls for a conscription of
Buy a new hat with what
urging n revision o f the Treaty, of 11,000,000 men. What would you call
Versailles mol the wiping out o f war such a plan or what would you say
It tava* you
time hntr«-«ls. This significant pro­ aUiut a citiseli who openly advocates
Whr pay 50* or mors for a dsnlifrir*
posal was mad«- at a banquet tend­ an action which is contrary to the
«hen you can get lialarm* Tooth I’aate
ered by the Legion to German and national law as ex preseli in (he Kel
llir ,|«ia!iti
si IM the 1st,» lube?
It
M rs. spprotimatrlr f t p#r year par osr
Austria! residents o f N. Y , who had logg Treaty?
•on
over
«leiillfru-e»
lu
lb* 50* da*, lisa
fought in tin- armies o f the Central
th* **,iiia lo buy s new hat. law ban
Th* F,nierai Council o f Churches
Powers amt who have sin«-«* become
Pharma« *T Co.
view the «Iraft measure o f the Chief
mitin alue.l American citizens or have
o f Staff o f the War IVpartmcnt “ as
taken out their first impera.
fraught with grave danger to our own
The r«>s«>lution reads “ Whereas, We
««lUiitry." Why do we not rely on di
«if the 1 exiligtoil Post, 108, o f Altieri
ploma« y and international co-opera
■ an Legion. know thnt our fallen coni,
tion us «lo Holland, Denmurk and cer­
rades who threw to us the torch, did
tain other powers? Evidently we <l«i
not intend it to be a perpetual pillar
not have any faith In our rulers.
o f hate l«> he transmitted to children
even o the third ami fourth genera­
tions, and
"Whereas, The only way o prevent
KINLKY’K
the hrcctling *»f hate and envy in the
minds o f the children o f Futupe, is by
Truth* Mark Kmlileiii is the
cradicnting the causes thervof; there­
fore, lx* it
Tree of
“ Resolved by the Lexington Post, we
urge tither new treaties or the re­
I M M O R T A L LI KK
vision «>f old treati«- « so that line an«!
friendship may supplant envy and
Use Our Ntw Parking Space For Fun
hate in the minds o f generations tn
I PUNII Y 6V6N
•ral Car* at Fourth and Montgomery
Europe yet unborn and insure that our
M O H I N LAN A
Street*
children's children may never he
«Irawn into the horrors o f another bail
war."
.\<i«ie«l significance ts attached to
this resolution because it was offered
Arami
Stipi
LISTERINE
TO O TH PASTE
25*
NIL lì. II. KEKSE :i Denti*!
Platt timi E xtra ction
S /urial ist
unii
ighland
linen
Bradford
Clothes
Shop
PAPER
(Regular 5 0 c B ox)
39c
Send Pool Card or Phone TAbor
D O N 'T
;
0 8 (3 and I Will Deliver
Quincy Marion Fowler
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"Where Young Men Buy"
M ONEY |
W H E R E YOU C A N N O T W O R K !
I Tilt MEDLEY GRILLE
279 Northeast .‘»2ml Street
t-4 Interstate Ave.
Portland. Or c r o i »
—6 A M. to 1 A M —
Try Our S t m c f
i f I
• !
A k fo r v a c a tio n
t e le p h o n e rates
Mr an i Mr« M. M. P.ellard, Pm/M
J \ p vn ¿ n fo i/ r n e n t j
fo r Smokers/
of Pipe a n d l i
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Going on Vacation?
i AUSPLUND DRUG ¡
STORE
S IX T H
I f n o o n e w i l l be le ft in
& OLISA-N S T R E E T S
your hom e let us give you
PO RTLAN D, ORE
the benefit of our vacation
III II DIM.
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Entran« r I-'
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V.iih Nilh Nirri
ru n 11 VNI»
World War!
EATON'S
WRITING
by
Commissioner
(Continued from Page 1)
tion produces 175,000 votes. Ten of
these « r. Jit you with over a million
votes (1,375.000; JO o f th e « long-
:ii subscriptions will advance your
score over 3.000,000 votes (3.500.000!
The race is close, and the scores
will be large, that i« certain.
Promptly at 10:00 P. M. Thursday
right the judges » ill declare the cam
i i officially closed and no one will
CORRECTION
Our attention has been called to be allowed to deposit anything in the
lb t box after the official eml*r.: o f
an error in a news item carried in the
cota n a
f The Advmate .1 few j'-'-e - ampatgii the Him Icount will Ue-
weeks ago which stated that the I 'rim
No or« will be alio»«-«! to l>e ir» sent
Pullman porters quarters were raid­
ed. We are informed that the Pull­ during the final count except the con
man porters quarters have been clos­ test ;u«iges.
Judges: W A. Ekwall, Judge o f the
ed for some time and the premises
whi. h » ere raided under a different t ircuit Court; Dr. U'nthank. and A t­
management. We are happy to make torney John J. Jamison
30™ A N N I V E R S A R Y
H
AS NOTED”
IjHpfltl
hints
A Health Column dedicated to
J. . nr. 2 0 . l 't t l
T he
tUOi.iiN
PROCTOR’S
MFKItIM \N II. 1 1 0 1 .1 /
WASHINGTON
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First Step
¿»A llur in g
B e a u t y
That ravishing beauty that cap­
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the secret o f it is u light, smooth,
satiny soft skin. Dr. Fred Palmer's
Skin W h iten « Ointment soften*
and lightens the darkest s k i n ,
clears up pimples, blotches and tan
marks, and does away with that
“ oily, shiny" look. Use this prepa­
ration regulnrly to make your skin
soft, delicate and ulluring. This
amazing Ointment is made in the
famous Dr. Fred Palmer's Labora­
tories wrherc are also made thos*
other beauty aids you knuw- so well:
Dr. Fr«-d Palmer's .Skin W h iten «
Soap, Skin Whitener Luce Powder,
Hair Dresser and Hid Deodorant
whieh may be ha«l at all drug store*
fo r 25 cents each or will be sent
postpaid upon receipt o f price. Dr.
Fred Palmer’s laboratories. Dept.
3, Atlanta, Ga.
WOMEN’S AITAREL
and ACCESSORIES
I lir IAuvent I*r ir e s
in 10 Y e a r s !
OPEN A CM ARCE ACCOUNT
) our 1‘aironage l\ h tiranti ) Solieitnl
Bern! 4c In «tam p« for a frn a rooa
tria l aampla o f th* Skin W hitrnar.
.Soap and Kara I'ow d tr.
D R .F R E D PALMER'S
SfiirfU Jfiiten er
•seres
you * compuxion youthful *
ra te s. . . . T h is is done b y
h a v in g serv ice su sp en d ed
H IC H -BROWN
HAIR GROWER
for a period of one to eight
W I T H O U T AN E Q U A L -
Without a doubt, the best article of its kind-
combination Hair Grower and Hair Straightener.
Gives the hair a natural soft and silky appearance,
stimulating hair growth in the most hopeless case.
wn N
Our High Brown Hair
Grower stands as one
of our highest achieve­
ments— it is a prepar­
ation we look upon
with pride.
—Distributor
Mrs. E. D. Cannady,
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m o n th s, w ith no delay for
SEMI INK THE
resu m in g service.
ENTIRE COMMUNITY
F o r d e t a i ls p le a s e c a ll
business office”.
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I ' a * if h : T
elephone
A nd T
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We S ell F or Less Because
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It melts t o * sm ooth and creamy
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COOK
Try it for rarrhita, aancea for
vegrtablea, bakrd diahra, toaaled
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American Cher*«. Order today.
Kite floors of llir United Slulrs National
are open to the individuals of this com­
munity as freely us lo business and in­
dustrial concern*.
As Portland and ¡Is pro|dr progress, so
do wr . . , our hopes anil inleresls are
in common.
United States National Bank,
B roadway and kljvih. a, i l t r k . Portland.
MILLER & TRACEY
P erfect Funeral Service
Our Merchandise and Service Certificates Have
You from 20 to 50%
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Between 20th and 2!st
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