The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, October 31, 1931, Page 2, Image 6

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TH
YANKEE WOMAN
STEALS REBEL
GIRLS'SHOW
K I l . l . l ’ S T R ATKD
K K A T l’ R K S K C T IO N -
October
:tl.
1931
I h o v thiugx o f Ih r p*»t.
"1 wu.v mfonmwl U w l tilt* erlrbratton
" U r 4rr p u 'h itif forward to a
tu Ix oiiv ut n itri ut (ta l g'Hxl '
lar^rr IrrrtloM , not In tto* spirit
wUl
of thr hi.u h a u n n iv bui In Ito«*
I b ilu Vita» l 't l l r a
spirit of urn Crm iom * ml rim­
ili? youth.“
A 'k rd whcthrr h r » a * in syntpiifTiy
I.ikr a Holt
«itti ttic' Itoti ipcecli muti" by M I'*
It was like a bolt from the* blue fatte tu. hr m d
t Uilnk th.it « t u o i
H nts O ff to H e r
V
Confederate Daughters
Gape as She Laud;
John Brown.
UNVEIL
BOULDER
Storer College Prexy
Backs Spunky Teacher.
H AR PFR S F FR R Y. W V a .-M I.ss'
Fc.irl Tattcm. quiet and cultured
Stor.'r College music director, and
the daughter of a Connecticut Y a n -;
kee her patriotic sympathy for John
Brown stirred to the depths, threat- j
tiled to disrupt the United Daugh-I
t>: • of Confederacy s memorial ct 1 •-
br.mon at Harpers FYrry recently
arc in the West
1 __________
* ***a rcr F. Hragg as he pronounced the benedi. lion. standing nest In him is Hr
H illm eyer, while. Who donated the (rou n d for Ih r
f a i t hf u l
niarher
si
Irem e left Is Mrs. I co|>.,I,I M Kashlnsky, »lubama. president general of ihr I I I I
The crowd, composed of some three and It struck home. The crowd gate Miss Tattem said had nothing of ,r -
hundred white and one hundred col- mild applause and the glee club of ror in it "
cred farmers and cittern, of Harper. Stor.r College u n g " T U Me, Oh
Speaking of the entire proceeding*
Ferry and neighboring towns, had Its Lord. Standing in the Nerd of Pray- Dr McDonald said
tened to the president general of th e'er.’’ This little brown woman about! -q should not have said some of
United Daughters of Confederacy | five feet tall and weighing about I t » (hose things and I do not want to
Mrs Leopold Bashinsky. white tell ¡pounds, had plenty of courage
be understood as approving all that
them of the good colored people o f! That the bolt struck home »a s evi- was said,
NEW YOHK
the South who had stood by their denred m a note sent to Mrs* Tattem
«Ireal Hr former
r i »
1 *
masters and of the bad colored peo- as th? celebration came to an end. by
- j have
V\ alter K.
Ihr
r»-
BECTON IS NOW
IN ST. LOUIS
For the first time In
Rev. Geortf
Wilson
?
!
^ o ' ,.0U' h. L ^ ' -
masters and of her old black Mammy
who loved her "chillun so.
There was a pause to announce the
choir of Storer College. In the few
moments that followed a voice calm,
penetrating nnd cutting, smote the
air. It cut out the very vitals of ev­
ery speech that had bee made It was
a direct slap In the face of the presi­
dent of the United Daughters of Con­
federacy, who had Just taken her seat,
amid applause. It was the release of
* l*n t-u p fire that h a d 'to find ex-
pression, of a d?ep-seated sympathy
for John Brown and for the views of
modern youth.
» . number 0, the United Daughter'' B r w n “for many y‘r . £ .
have U*- « e ‘ ^uthUm.'id
' V“ ' ‘ ,'‘‘ r,y
0f Confederacy
- ,
^ u rrd o n him many times Isubscrlbe ’"'nu nn g ' Lh.!! length „ f „m e the
The Note
to John Brown because hr fought for rv>n fH u t h„ alternated between Ba-
I wonder at
temerity ìo u r un Ideal and was willing to die lor It
M p churcll Nrw Y ork and
untimely remarks were out of On hi. monument there Is nothing T ,ndl, y M K Trm p, , Philadelphia
place in poor spirit, and most dis-
'h r words 'JOHN BROWN.* no; On Oct her 11, Mr lto ln n began a
courteous, -uch ignorance is col- tribute of words, and In that Is the „ „ m„nths revival In .SI lanu*
n" " ‘ ,rlbu“ - “ >»* l “ n
erected to
0np <lf
Ure„ , churches In the
Asked about her speech, that was Blly nuul- 1 lu” k upon hi mas the South, located In ItlrnilliKtuun. Ala-
not on the program Miss Tattem • rr» ‘ r ’' 1 American reformer.
biimi » hlrh has be, n liavmg tile Rev
MISS FK.ARI. T A T T K M
said:
w ,th " ' P rt “ > ‘ he monument to Mr Iiecton rverv vrar. decided this the spunky little m ute d irn lo r at
" I certainly do not wish to create “ eyward Shepherd and the cclebra-, year that It would require ttie aer- Htorer ColYrgr, Harper« Ferry, W,
Va, whose lie was arouaed by a
trtt" nc“ ° r “ >
" " ‘ "e sin- tig of thr talk will remain,
.* c'*ru * r • v.ngelUt
but the I According to the officials, the black mammy ’ and an anti Jolm
c<’rl‘ V °* anyone, but I could not
1 •Jr| church had great difficulty In getting Drown speech mude by Mrs let),
tanti there and h-ar these things monument will be looked
the
on Its financial feet again, after hav - paid Bashinsky. president of
without being deeply hurt.
It was thousands
"I am ttie dlr.'ctor of Uve Jefferson Ing givrn tli iisandv of "con.v-ciated U l ) C , at a rrt>r| rrlrbratlon at
all spontaneous I Just had to speak
Daughter of Yankee
cut and say what was crying to be C °u,‘ty Historical Society and **1C cilnies to the evangelist
that place
tthc is from Ansonu^
The audience, taken completely by said
>ho sponsored this monument j Following the campaign tlwv said Conn
In this particular case what
• urpri.se, found iU elf listening to Miss
short Of flood w in
-Mirc-d ine Uiat ll was a motion fur lhr church wa, vntually bankrupt
was said "will lonn be rrtm m britd*
better interracial feeling
Tattem say:
by the slave committee.
"
I
had
no
idea
the
celebration
was
” 1 am the daughter of a Con­
Motun Smiles
to
take
this
form.
We
were
Informed
necticut volunteer, who wore the
Jimmie Moton, the occupant of the
“ V o o d o o B e l i e v e r “ K ills
that this was to be a cel-bratlon of
blue, who fought for the free­
Job oner held by Heyward Shepherd,|
interracial good-will.
dom of my people, for which
H er W h ite Param our
As for the note which I have Just j baggage porter at the Harpers Ferry
John Brown struck
the
first
received. It merits no reply; I merely station of the Baltimoge and Ohio
consider the source of Its contents " rBlJroa(1 .at In a front seat on the
MOSCOW Rus lu- In the >ir h|Ves
blow. Today we are looking for­
NEW Y O R K
Believed to In* a vie.
PrPRidfnt McDonald. Interviewed nt , .
. .
..
,,
...
n# «>,„ iihr-aro nf »»»-
.
ward to the future, forgetting
Raid platform perched on the side of the < r ine **t>rarv or the Academy ol
tun of her addiction to voodoo prac­
railroad banks and Turing the monu
1
Yia\» b rn dis
tices. Miss Alina Crutch. 114. .stabbe«!
ment. which 1« Just a stone’s throw coverei* »cverai unionaph munu-
nnd killed her white lover, I a i * W il­
I from John Brown’s Monument b e -! ; cr^Pt*
th i cclcbrateo colored poet
liams.
In their Seventh Avenue
side the railroad tracks
He smiled ,,uskli«# torfi thcr with a | n > i trait of
apartment, recently A quarrel which
when his name was referred to by
l***1 painted by himself and dat~
followed the mans refusal to d.vide
Mathew Paige Andrews in his hifc-j
1820, a-» well an seve al
$80 with Mi ; Crutch Is aid to have
tor leal address.
I ‘dhrr design:.
preceded the murder.
When the proceedings were over.* Among the manuscripts was an un-
Mr Moton. dressed in grey trousers1 fin tailed novel, entitled* "o n ( hii «•;»
and black coat, with a colored hand ; M? Waters.“ a poem. “ Vadim.
and
I
i kerchief and a gray hat and cane,
;
went toward his home. Asked how hr
11 an
nis by stud n t .
enjoyed the celebration he said: “ 11*1
lyceuni he attended, prepured
Itariiuy Iturnun Can
haven't got anything to say. It wav by «Miskin.
| for a man who was faithful to h h 1
I\« v Kul Anything
duty.“
S T IL L A H IT!
"Home of These Dai i." cotnporeil by
III* CllO<I.H«‘H
the fainou* Hlirlton Brook* is I» mi;
fraturnl by Hi - noted Hopliie Tucker
at Hie Fm amount Theatre, this week.
The .Stage revue Is built unitimi Ho
* ' I il n l s o I
phle. cud m ines the title of Home couldn’t r;it nny-
ol These Day*!''
thinrt w ith out
hnviitff trouble
W O M E N
O o n * w n r r r minuit i m u *< i
ww
n t r - lo d «
fro m
i m m O i il
iifterwnrds,"says
effects to follow your renet.
OW frequently we hear people
rau««« r-d «luira «Mull* um h t* M-ritti-
M r.
It :i r n e y
•/ K * | r ii/ if » r «
M o v e « . n a n io n « n v o I
complain «<f "¡n«lige*tion. And
H «f#
(¡urn m n t r e r l
f ï mi
H o o f ip H ? r r n « t h .
This pleasant way to alkalinize
Ihirnes, populnr
I I 00
H jaP rlU l l o t « » 2 Hl|f>f>#»«|tnf I f * I f r i e » »
how seldom there is actually aily-
your system is so much hi tter so
t l 0 0 . .1 h o » # «
« 2 PO
p o n f p d lil
M u t ile r
oil
l
if?
builder,
of
thing wrong with the digestive
(*«•>.H «r I « l o .
Mr p!
0.1
111« N
U r l i , al
much quicker -than attempting to
•2 2 1 ' j W e s t
< Wrac«
organs!
accomplish the same thing liy a
Clrum I Avenue,
diet I But you eaaaot do this with
What most people rail indigestion
Okhihomu f'.itv.
any form of magnesia. Phillips’
is usually excess arid in the stomach.
AOENTS ('hloffd Polin, Nryro f'ul '11<1 ut•
Ok In. " I would
Milk of Magnesia is the formula; it
The food has soured. The instant
STANDAR». 272 Writ 133r.| lltrr.l. Nr«
have heartburn,
is the one preparation that gives
remedy is an alkali to neutralize
V«rlr
nnd indigestion
you magnesia in prrfrrt suiptniion.
the acids. But don’t use any crude
pains after meal «.
It is alkaline, its action is thorough,
helps. Use what most doctors would
and
there
is
nothing
more
soothing
"Nothin * M tTiird to help me. I
advise; use what your own doctor
to an ailing stomach or more helpful
prescribes in his daily practice for
tried r\«Tytliim{ I rould hear of hut
to sluggish bowels. Druggists have
IF Y O U W A N T
¡ust that condition.
my indigestion hung on four years.
Phillips’ Milk of Magnesia in Xtc
Then a friend got me to take some
The very best help is Phillips’
M oney, I-ove, F.asy Life
and M c bottles.
Pnpc'n Diiipepsin. I had almost im-
M ilk of Magnesia. You will find
'Die best way to whiten teeth is
nothing else so quick in effect, so
medi.ile relief with the lirst two
with Phillips’ Dental Magnesia—
harmless, so efficient. One tasteless
tablets. Now that I have been taking
the ideal dentifrice. T ry it and seo
spoonful in water neutralizes many
them f.»r Home time, I find I cun cat
for
yourself
how
while
your
teeth
times its volume in acid. Mesults are
meals or most anything and have
W rite today
Hend no money
become. A t drug stores everywhere.
immediate, with no harmful after­
no trouble I want to tell others about
1 guarantee to give you a start
I liiipepsin bee ante it sure helped me."
In life.
Thousands like Mr. Barnes am
M. W IL L IA M S
hnding <pnek, certain relief for sour
stomach, or aridity, by using I’ape'H
901 Hrrgrn Are.
M O N I M K N T IU S T I K B K R —
IL K
OF
I n.ipeprin C.liew a tablet and that
John Hrnwn. whose monument
JERSEY C IT Y . N.J.
feeling of weight and discomfort
at Harpers Kerry. W.Va., was
M A G N ESIA
disturbed by a rebel celebration.
after eating pist disappears.
UNFINISHED PUSHKIN
NOVEL FOUND
S tomach
TROU BLES
H
SUCCESS
PHILLIPS'“