The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, February 13, 1932, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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ADVOCATE
HATUKDAY. FERKUAHY
th e deed* o f th e worthy m em b er* of
h it ra re , the N ear» youth will he lu
Rplred to a tta in the high est o b je ctiv e
o f life.
lle ra u a e o f ex istin g ro n d ltlo n *. th e
e n e v lta b le ro n rlu » l« n I* th at N egro
htMory »hould he taught In all the
arhoola of a ll ra r e * in th e
United
S ta te *.
T h e te a ch in g of Negro hlatory will
brin g know ledge of tho»e e sse n tia l
ele m e n ts w ithout which th e re can he
no solution of the ra re problem
T H E ADVOCATE
V e rb a i S n a p sh o ts
By W . J . W heaton
— B A rriS T S —
Mt. O L IV E T B A P T IS T CH U RCH
E a st F irst and Schu yler Sts.
Rev. J . O. W ilson, P a sto r
la riinulug a s D em ocrat. P o sta l em ­
T h e D em ocreltc shindy has cot
m ence to ta k e c o n cre te form
Fur- ployees num bering th irty one thou-
H A VE YOU A "H ID D E N H U N G ER .'“
m er G overnor. Al Sm ith h as entered ¡«And N egroes have petitioned
Poet
SH ILO H B A P T IS T CHURCH
the Hat o f presid en tial can d id ates M aster G eneral. W a lte r Brow n to ap ­
F a st 7th and E v erett S ts
point
an
aaalatant
su
p
erin
ten
d
en
t In
I ' nein ploy m ent «m argene lea have re ­
T h e "B ro w n d e rb y "
was toeeed In
R ev. O. O. H ardener. P astor
duced li > lug exp e n ses of m any famtl-
When he gave out a sta tem en t that ‘ he P erso nal Bureau
A eeordlug to
lea to
th e prim itive n e re ta ll tea of
while he would not ca n v a ss for pre ‘ he latest p o litim i dupe the P ost M s*
convention d.-loi-.iti * th e re would b * 1,1 G eneral is slated to su cceed F e s*
........................Editor and Publisher ' W H E R E TO B l 'Y T H E A D V O C A T E food, s h e lte r and clothin g
BEA TRIC E H. CANNADY.................
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PISC
O
PA
LIA
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—
If th e re a re lim es and placea of
no o b jectio n on his part If his friends aa ch airm an of Iho Itepuhllran Nat
iu u ta n t M anager and Compositor
YANCY FRA N KLIN ..............................
such d ire d estitu tio n that a a crlflce a
wished to present his nam e
T h e en louai t'o in m llle e . Of cours«, such an
S l P hillips M ission
............................ Contributing Editor
WILLIAM PICKENS ..........................
tra n c e o f Sm ith haa ra llie r m ixed up appointm ent would give <!• t allpba
R u th erfo rd 's B a rb e r Shop. 340 W il must he m ade even am ong th e th re e
Knott and Rodney S t*
C ontribu tin g E d ito r
W . J . W H E A T O N ................................
b are e s s e n tia ls of fin a l; bread, m ilk
m a tters lu the Andy Ja ck so n cam p som e ground for argum ent na lo why
Blam e L c le s . Lay Reader
......1 .1 - S o c ia t y Editor and R ep o rta r '« • » * « « «
I» F o s te r 's Pool IUIL
and som e fru it or veg etable, each In
R O S A L IE B I R D _________________
Many com m ents have been made by the Negro should, slid so forth.
T
h
e
E
lk
s
building.
310
W
illia
m
s
th
e
ch
ea
p
est
a
vailable
form
,
»
h
a
t
the leaders of both m a jo r political
...H ealth E d ito r
D eN O R V A L U N T H A N K . M. D ................
— H O U SE O F P R A Y E R —
Ju st th is one m ore thought on the
th e n ?
a sk s D r. Henry C Sh erm an,
p a rlies
II dependa on th e Idas of the
NANCY L E E
M
___ Love E d ito r a r ,n u *'
q u e s t l u n o f P r o h i b i t i o n ^ T h e re
P ro fe ss o r o f N u trition . Colum bia U-
co
m
m
en
tators
as
to
what
stre
s
s
Is
Medley H otel R esta u ra n t. In te r s ta te „tverrstty
H ouse of P ra y er
A nsw ering his own qu es­
C L IF F O R D C M IT C H E L L , R A L PH C L Y D E . K E L L Y M IL L E R . Colum nists
placed on th e act. Most of them b e ­ a re thousand» yes huudrbds of thou­
East tilth and Grant Sts
Avenue ( in Medley H o te l).
tio n . he sn y s: ' Milk builds bolts ami
lieve that It Is a g estu re to "S lo p sands of m en and women throughout
Robert
Sesrcie,
Pastor
Subscription Rates (Payable in Advance!: One Year, $2.50; Six Months,
R oosevelt " If he Is not stopped now th e United S ta te s who would becom e
F rien d sh ip Pool H ell. S ix th , near m u scle b e tte r than any oth er food
And m ore that th is, milk is both the
th ere will he no stopping him
T h e In d lk n an M f accugod of being treaso n
$1.50; Three Months, Sl.W)
tilis a n (W e r t S id e ).
ch ea p est and su rest protection (torn
— M E T H O D IST —
Ja ck
G arn er boom, promoted
by able of violating any law laid down
Entered as Second-Class Matter in the Post Office at Portland, Oregon,
T h e ir se n se of
H olliday and H olliday, 125 N o rth th e n u tritio n a l d e ficie n cie s which tv-
lle a ra t, la doomed for an early dia- In the C onstitution
Under the Act of 1912
pen th e w ay to d iseases. T h e die­
B ethel A. M K. Church
S ix th s tre e t.
solution
Newton B a k e r ha» elim inai loyallty and decent cllU e iish lp would
tary should be built around bread and
Rev. Daniel G. Hill I r . Minister
id "h im s e lf-T n i'"m u 7 h ' p r o d V a g u e O f
m ilk. T h e low e r tbe level o f expendi­
N ations, and favor o f E uropean debt «£ t.r'.aklng the ( oualltu tonal U « of
l( Is Ihe vlo-
tu re, th e m ore, one must forego oth er
ca n ce llin g R itch ie of M aryland.
Is the lMb Amendment
F
ir
s
t
A.
M
E
.
Zion
Church
tutloa o f tho prohibitory law that
foods and co n c e n tra te effo rt
upon
NEGRO H IST O R Y W E E K
out
of
the
running,
and
B
nlkley.
Ohio
F R E D E R IC K DOUGLASS
LINCOLN
♦ IT W illiam s Ave
providing th e se two. supplem ented
least m entioned of a ll, looms as the tend s to lesse n tb e resp ect that should
Rev. W R. L ovell. Minister
, w i T h e N ational A ssociation for the by a little of som e Inexpensive fruit
dark hnrae. that t*. should R oosevelt be held for o ilier regulatory sta tu te« .
L in co ln 's m em ory is to be honored
W e h av e a ittle book on our d esk Study Qf N # fro Uf(? and H isto ry , In- o r v e g e ta b le ."
be d efeated for th e nom ination. T he Mob law nod lynching com e under Ihe
not only by th e N egro but by the which is a b rie f sto ry of the life of gptred by it's d irecto r. C a rte r Wood
rea ctio n from the New York gover- ««m e heading,__________________________
M
EH
A
RV
M
EDICA
L
C
O
L
L
E
G
E
whole of A m erica as th e fram er and F red erick D ouglass. Negro slave and son. 7 yrs ago in itiated a m ovem ent,
v
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1 — "
> j nor te e m s to have set In a fte r his NEGRO L IT E R A T U R E IN T E R E S T ­
MOUNT O L IV E T B A P T IS T CH U RCH form al d enunciation of U nited S ta le s ING T O PIC F O R NEGRO H IST O R Y
issuer o f th e "em an cip atio n Procla- one o f th e ou tstand in g anti-slavery known as "N eg ro H istory W eek T h e
T
h
e
P
a
c
ific
C
h
ristian
A
dvocate
of
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,
.
.
beginning w as sm all lik e th e begin-
p articip ation In Iho la-ague o f Nation«
Rev. J . II W IL SO N . P astor
«nation -
m ouvem ent a d v o cates and w orkers u|nK of any mo v ,
of
but F e b ru a ry 11th. ca rrie d an Illum inating
O N TA RIO . O re . Feb. I I Negro lit ­
In keeping w ith the sp irit o f the land th e pronouncem ent ag ainst debt
ntltl
T h e re a re m yriads of good things T h e book is w ritten esp ecially for each y ear it has grown, a ttr a c tin g new a r tic le by W y att H. MrummetL e e n
tltl
C rttlca d ecla re that he era tu re was the su b je ct for the Study
day. th e pastor will speak upon tho 'ca n ce lla tio n
h e life of L in coln w hich cau se ch ild ren and no N egro child can read su p p orters with each su cceed in g y ea r, «*> B eg in n lg a t th e End w hich tella
1 » too
w illing In conform lo exp ed i­ clu b program on T hu rsd ay, and pro­
in the
,-tion of th e U- the story of M eliarrv M edical C ollege ¡ » " h je c t.
"The Negro In A m erican ency W e ll; T h a t's politics.
vided one of the m ost In terestin g a f­
hu m anity to love and idolize him . but It w ithout grow in g “c h e sty " with pride «■»»
‘ob served And t ia t o n g hatU e for ad equate «-bool L ife " at the m orning se rv ice . He will
• • •
tern oon s of (he study calen d ar. Mrs.
we b elieve th at It w as h is selfless- of th e ra ce w hich produced such a in som e fittin g m anner.
building and epuipm ent and the be- d iscu ss Negro ach iev em en t am id hard ­
T
h
e
old
G.
O
I*
E
lep
h
ant
I*
having
Ray Einm ott discussed negro poetry,
d lscou ragem en ta. Among
Not only has the A ssociatio n sue- ginning of a new e ra of se rv ice to sh ips and
n e ss and beautiful love for hum anity c h a ra c te r, and w ithout becom ing im
a
quiet
tim
e.
T
h
a
t
la.
aa
fa
r
a
s
p
resi­
prose sm l d ra m a ; Mrs F I.. O lm stead .
sa lie n t sta te m e n ts from h is speech
d
ential
asp
irin
g
can
d
id
ates
a
re
co
n
­
th a t m ade him so g reat.
“T h e ser- bned w ith h is courageous sp irit to ceeded In aro u sin g nation wide Inter- the N egro R a ce
In costum e, gave (he m usical read ings.
" T h e Negro Is
A nother a r tic le en titled “Som e T h ir­ a re (he follow in g:
cerned . T h e re seem s to be a fore­ ' To' U T lam th" and "Sp rin g F e v e r "
van ts o f hum anity — th ese are the d are and do.—to
clim b to g reater e r t In J h e study o f Neg ro h is to ry but
urged to support h is g overnm ent— up­
gone concluelon that th e present oc­ M arc Conuelley'g
from European u n iv ersities and cen ty Fold an d — So m e a Hundred” pur-
"G reen P a stu re s "
su perior m en w h atever race color h e ig h ts th an h e achieved.
ter« of cu ltu re like tho se of E n g lan d , trm yin* th e w ork of the ch u rch In the hold law and not be moved by the cupant of th e W h ite House will be
w as review ed by Mrs 8 D Dorm an.
______
T h e re a re m any things which di«* G eram any. A ustria and C ie c h a lo ra k ia . ed ucation of th e Negro in th e «outh. g litte rin g prom ises m ade to us by r e ­ pomtnated
o r creed.
to su cceed him self, slid Mra. S. A R egan gave the negvn sp i­
p re se n ta tiv e s of ou tside g ov ern m en ts"
aa th e ch a n ce s don't appear any too ritu al. "Sw in g L ost ." and responded
W e love L in coln b ecau se he loved tlnguished F re d e rick Douglass,
and have com e num erous req u ests fo r th e »nd * "
a T N c w V ir le ^ s
"D e sp ite seg reg atio n . Jlm -crow lsm .
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.
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which ma k e him a fine exam ple of pu blications released by th e A ssocia- b> Bisop R E. Jo n e s ol >>ew iirieans^
ro sea te th e re ta not m uch of a scra m ­
and served m ankind. “T h e r e need be * h i c h m ake him a fine exam ple or
^
acholarg
th„
T h e p a c ific C h ristian A dvocate, of m ob-rule and lynching, th e N egro has ble to kenp him from m aking the to an en core with "D o n 't YOU f r y .
M t' H oney." Mrs. Harold Day gave
rem
ained
loyal,
dutiful
and
hopeful
no reaerv atlo n In our ap p reciation of co u rag e and d evotion to principle. ^
m ake exten siv e use of them In w hich Edw ard loilril Mills, is the ver-
I« will be am using to w atch
Mlo> "(U ro u ro lle ." from Nath
and has made m arked pro g ress In e v e ­ ra ce
the a r g u m e n t s __Y . , ...
L in coln because th e g re a t nroclam a- He l*Y«d in a P erilous tim e when th e in stru ctin g
th eir stu d en ts In so cia l sa tlle ed ito r, is published In Portland
th
"
untie«
and
Il«t«n
to
ante) D e tfs su ite
H o stesses for the
ry w a y "
that Ih * N egro caliph« and th e ir Wl program w ere Mr*. Dorm an, c h a ir­
tion was for th o se s ta te s who re- cau se of
oi freed
ireeo o
om
m to
for r his
m s ra
race
ce w
w»»
as scien ce.
ce, in
In China. Ja p a n and Aua- and th o se of our own race who would
Rev. W ilson spoke la st T hu rsd ay
tion w as I«”
sto te s who re-
unDOI)uUr and when advo catin g tra lla th e sam e thing is bein g done a p p re cia te having th is up-to-date and
m»r« will ad vance in favor of the (3 m a n ; Mrs. H U. t-araon. Mrs C. H
m ained in reb ellio n ag ain st the Union, “ » « unpopular and when aa o ca u n g
^
u ,, t t ,ceg9ary to set asld e a obviously, a cc u ra te Inform ation of one b efo re a m eetin g o f the F ederated O 1* W e have had a fo re ta«te of It
T h is fa c t needs not be dodged, for 11 w a* a risky th in g to do. How ever. gpecia] ticl(> to em phaslxe N egro his- o f ou r tw o forem ost m edical schools. clu bs at th e W illia m s Avenue B ranch hut the beverage need« a little m ore K eele. Mrs J C B a rtle tt. Mrs P hoebe
lllgga. Mrs Hay Ein m ott. Mrs Olm ­
L in coln mi w as _ ch
fully
answ er th
is qu
estion , would do w ell to get a copy of the Y W C. A th e o ccasio n was known
_ ie f m a _ g istra te and _ was
_ After d isgu ising a s a sailo r and m ak- jo
__ r ( y . * T __ o ___
( ___
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„
'a a ch a rtn e . O ne of our C alifo rn ia po*
stead and Mrs. O. M. U astlem an.
s s "C lub D ay". H is s u b je c t was, “ Ne-
in dutv bound to acco m n liah th e end ing a su ccessfu l break for freedom , would req u ire m ore sp ace th an ca n m a g a iin e a t th e o ffic e of the Chris- j
‘JJ?
^
1
K
ll tl cal p rog nosticator« ha« told ua that
? y s t r L ^ and d ^ o X
No lea s S aided m any m ore of his brother- bo devoted to i, a , th is tim e, but brief- «.an A dvocate in the A rtisan Bldg
Io n , de.ayed a p p o .n lm en , I * v u .ru .
of outstand- was
made by a sen a to ria l can didate
.
. t ___ _
.k e i . fsamiAm
»V stated . otHMUsc oi m s n is io r u a i
■
*« our k
i . i » . .
tngN egroes <
In
histo
ry Including
th e re fo re , should w e ap p reciate him »lave* in g aining th e ir freedom ,
seekin
g
re-clecthin
Although
that
background In A m erica w hich a ll in-
P R O T E C T IO N
such
c
h
a
ra
c
te
rs
a
s
F
re
d
e
rick
Douglas,
lt Is said th a t early in his c a re e r
A m ericans know, th e N egro
political prophet I« but a re ce n t ar- |
b ecau se the stated d efen se o f the pro­
B ook er W ash in g ton . G eorge C arver, rival In the S ta te he w as. o r I«. to be ,
was regarded as m ere c h a tte l and It [
clam ation was as a n e cessity to as a slav e he observed th at the slav e i___.
,
.
.
T h e situ a tio n In China, w here a vlr- and placed sp e cia l em p hasis on Ihe
who was ea sily handled was th e one took four irears of bloody w ar to trana- tu a , g tate of war px,g!g bptwepn thp [outstan d ing women in histo ry such as the “ A lluditi" who wilt bu rnish up the j
save th e Union.
p o litical lamp.
^
u
e d° • ■ S’eg ro P ro b le m " Ja p a n e 8 e an<* ,!le C hinese, has o c c a - jt h e la te Mary B. T a lb e rt. Mary Church
“Nor should we seek ou t and em­ m ost o ften whipped and decided then
i
. atoned th e g re a te st concern In W ash- 1 T e rre l.
Mary Mcla-od B ellu in e and
and th ere he would m ake it d ifficu lt
G overnor Kllph laid asid e hta co at j
resu ltin g ‘“^ . ^ “^ ^ » U u a t io n w hteh , n|tton
F o r |h, flrst , |me
„ „ ..N a n n ie B urroughs
Ills address was
phasize tho se sta te m e n ts and policies
for h is m a ste r to flogg him . T h e c cre
ated
a
nation
w
ithin
a
nation
re a te « a nation w unin a n au on . And W orld W a r a co n fe re n ce was held by |filled
with tnforn inllon
and In ter and carn a tio n boutlnler re c e n tly to
of L in coln in w hich he seem ed to be
result w as he seldom ever waa flogg- owing to ra ce p reju d ice and o th e r , hp
w ith , h e S e crt, , a r „ g o f |t,|nment uml pleased th e In terested l* ,,rn '*"* f l” ' •Urt for n new ce ll block
w illing to let slav ery in s ta te s rem ain r' SUH
r ,r r
rpagT n, V h .T r u e h lsto
La e P re " ,'1?nt w i,h ,hp S e c re ta rie s o f| ta ln m en t a
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— _ rv o f th e Negro
—
, to built built at S a n Q uentin p«-nl-
If th ereby the Union could be surely
T h is p rin cip le he used throughout
't e n " c S
m th e ^ t -
v / J 'T
° * 1 "
^
te n tla ry . T h a t "P o rt of M issing Men
I
n
the
even
in
g
.
“
D
enom
inational
his life. Dougtoss n ever accep ted de- bookg ln uge throu(thout. the natton
saved by th e ag reem en t o r th e war­
lio n s to co n sid er what steps should be D ay" will be observed with approprl- and W om en " la full to overflow ing
rin g Southern C o nfed eracy . Not only fe a t and w orked a t hom e and abroad T h e re fo re n e ith e r th e w hite nor the tak en to afford fu rth e r protection of a te se rv ice . A re sta te m e n t of prin ci­ T h e new ce ll block will have 4Cn cells
colored stu d en t h as had any ap p recia
,
.
..
. A m erican citiz e n s in the Intern.-uion ples of the B a p tist denom ination w ill with an added 78 so lita ry c e lls for
did he u tter stro ng sta te m e n ts for the for freedom o f th e A m erican slave.
re c a lc itra n t Inm ates
T h a t brin g s us
D ouglass w as born a slav e In M ary­
• » . « * « — • ■ * . « sh an g h ai. A» » r. be th e high light of the m eeting
end of slavery, but h e re
is good
R ev W ilson and hla co ng reg ation to rem em ber th e rla lm s th a t w ere
su it o f th is co n fe re n ce the P resid ent
land
in
1817
on
o
r
about
the
14th
com pelled to study, the sam e kind of
ground fo r believ ein g th a t he was
m ade by th e o ra to rs
who plead for
gave ord ers th a t t he 31st R egim ent to the church.
m aneu vering th e Union Into
a ran- da7
Sp eak in g a t an an ti-slavery con- books, h e n ce th e N egro ch ild 's educa- f gbo
P roh ibitio n 12 y ears ago. J a ils w ere
__p»l
g
w
-
_
.
*
skat
k
.
swoWa
tlnn
a
e
It
naetuing
tr\
nia
ru
1*0 n Q a hA«n
.
_
’
v
to lie em ptied and th e re would be no
_____ I for v icto ry w ithout
M
sla- « » « o n . it w as noted th a t he spoke tion a s it p e r ta in , to h i . ra ce h as been ^
w u k T o o m a r g e s on to e T r .n w B E T H E L A M E C H U RC H N O T E S
ta _ g s position
fu rth e r use for o ffic e rs of the law.
nt his
h i. w
ith ^
g reat
a co
e “ ¡ el,ynS u y
ont.
v ery and th ere are u ttera n ces of
" ith
" a t power
P ° * er an
and
co n
n v
v ictio
ictio n
n , . n
He
com plex p revalen t In ^ P ° s r t h t ^ naum
t b T
' i * h° U'd
• * " ' a ' ° n c'*
T h e ch oru s under th e d irectio n of becauae w ith th e abo lish m en t o f a l­
T h e C ru iser Houston
.......................
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of ra ce conn-
S h a n * hal
to In dicate th at he fe lt su re freedom
Im m ediately sen t out on I«cta r e N
egro L ack
people,
coholic
be v erag es th e re would tie no
P rof B a rtle tt will slug at the Sun
sc io u
usi
sn eas so n e cessary to In still ra ce
f o V ' t h l t ^ d e r t i n a t l X ^ w f t h nyslde
Sunday r r lm*' tireeder and h e n ce no crim e.
would be the fin al resu lt in every tours both in A m erica and ln E urope, scio
M ethod ist Church,
pride.
7 P roh ibitio n h as been one of the great-
*“
_. .
.
. , ,
.. .
th ese ad ditions to th e M arines alread y night a t reg u la r se rv ice .
m ove he m ade and position he took, in the cau se of freedom .
. ____,
,
,
He afterw ard s settle d in R o ch e ste r, * T . .. h is co u n try s m aterial w ealth v was
T h u - JuVenMu‘ program last S u n d a y '*.•* hrr ‘»'"'« of ,h " « ? , " I b b I ln‘ " ,n r '
. th e re the to ta l A m erican fo rce In the
fe e lin g th a t he m ust a c t from th e posi­
sin ce th e advent o f civ ilizatio n Crim e
Now, science has studied o rd L
Ha’ haa co n tribu ted ,e tU e m en t w ill nu m ber about 2.800. {co n sistin g o f m u sical num bers t and
tio n of th e head of the nation obli­ N Y and began to publish an aboil- d. . .
■ < has been ram pan t and th e prohibitory
n ary people leading normol
law of today has been th e ca u se of
gated to save th e Republic through
to 12 tw elve y e a rs of age, was a die
lives and h at proved that those
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. , show ing both talent m ore m isery and sorrow than e v e r be­
th e U nion of S ta te s .
elded . su
fore In the h isto ry of th is nation. W e
gargling with liste rln e twice a
litical positions, th e m ore im p o rtan t m d h is h e a rt to our uplrltual advance- r ppreapnt|n)f t h e
g overnm ent« of and training,
L e t us honor L in coln as an enem y
w ere learn in g the be n eflta of T E M ­
d a y h a d 667o fe w e r c o ld s
T
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Jo
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m
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D
ram
atic
Club
met
of w hich: M arshall of th e D is tric t of “
nation was in d ang er com e to her F ra n ce “ t*'1 G reat Ilrltla n
alread y |
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until
fa
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and
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o f th e sla v e principle and in fa c t the
than those who did not ute it.
Colum bia R ecord er of D eeds of th e
w ith
h‘ a un errin g
loyallty.
‘.“ * , » ''* ”1 . i® 1! t rTef ‘h * a S “ hom e
.J u ,ln ! U and n Vernon te rla gripped us and In to le ra n ce sw ept
o ffic ia l em an cip ator of our race.
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w<l„,|.
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,,o fn n ,tlf, 0 purpose without the necessity of ac- Gaskin« on Union Avenue. Game«
This Is because full-strength
D istrict, and m in ister to H a iti.
fid elity and P Jtrlo t sm - ^ e fe n d in g tu a , flrttln | f. T h e g ltu at|on how ever ! w ere played follow ed by lovely
re- aw ay san ity . If th e re should lie no
liste rin e kills the common cold
o th e r argum ent a s to why the pre­
Negroes everyw h ere should
give
a t J » ° “ e , and at
b attle fron t. ,g frau k h t w lth th e mogt dankerous freahm en ta.
sen t law should be am ended a trip
germ s—almost In stan tly I And
On
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a
ch
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and
c
h
ltte
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due honor to this ch am pion o f th e ir
're c o rd e d ln T u r
b^kH ?
will Z n l n J n ‘a M r i ^ i v T u '
to our prisons would su ffice.
c o n s e q u e n tly , w h en g e rm s
A DVOCA TE W A N TED
d in ner w ill be le rv e il a t resid en ce of
c a u se w b o se b ir t h d a y o c c u r . M o n d ay Indeed w ithout th is record of t he Ne- tra l a t t [tudJ ™ t ? w e e n C hina and
hove m ade your throat so re,
Mrs. 8. P ic k e tt on 418 V anrottTer Ave
B roth era Anderaon and D eP rleat are
to progress, our Ja p a n , th ere Is a stro n g feelin g that
A le tte r has been received a t onr F eb. 14th. It is hoped th a t due oh- g r o s co n trib u tion
A group, co n sistin g o f Gwendolyn
you con kill the germs and re­
o ffic e from the In tern at i T rad e Union servance of Douglass Day w ith held in h isto ries are many pages sh ort of our j apanege haV(? p ro reeded with unnec- H ooker. G erald in e Je ffe rs o n . E lean or hard at lt In the F lrat Congreaalonal
lieve your throat by gargling
™ m ost im p o rtant ach iev em en ts.
e ssa ry violen ce In view of th e helpless G ragg. D olores Burd lne, Mi Ivin Daw­ D latrlct of Illinois. lam ia la addreaa
ion C om m ittee of N egro W o rk ers. of ’ p ortia nd.
| T e a ch in g the Negro h isto ry to the condltion of r h ln a and that lf „ be.
liste rin e. Lambert Pharm acol
H am burg, G erm any, req u estin g T he
son, R o b e rt P ric e and C h ar’es Jo h n ­ Ing th re e or four m eeting« every night
iw hite people will broaden th e ir hor- comeg n e ce ssa ry .
stro n g m easu res son visited th e R ose City M ethodist throughout th e aecond ward. T h a t la
C o ., St. Louis, Mo.
A dv ocate to be sen t to them . T h e
izon ; It will prove to them th at the mUs t be tak en to re sto re peace.
le tte r re a d s:
“Hundreds o f A frican,
Church C h ristia n endeavor lavt Su n ­ Ut» Anderaon atronghotd. but politicai
TH E R O O S E V E L T S
N
egro
is
Imbued
with
the
sam
e
kind
advlee
com
e«
to
uà
thnt
lt
la
moro
W e s t Indian. Indian. A rab, Som alis
day. and Joined ln an open d iscussion
G arg l* Full-Strength
o f sp irit and striv e s fo r th e sam e l-
and o th e r colonial Seam en who sail
of th e So lu tio n o f th e R a ce Problem . th a a llah le to slip from hlm In thla
A num ber of the ln q u lries h a r e dea ls as his w hite b ro th er— and sin ce
co n teat. Jo e M rLom ore la m aklng a
to H am burg v isit our club and read
It waa decided th a t love anil M t e i l l N
g reatly eniov co,me. t0 .T he A<j 7 0 c a t® reg ard in g th e in form ation plays such an im portant
w ere th e fun dam ental p rin cip les for atron g bld fo r the congreanIonaI nom
relatlnnshln of R oosevelts.
n n « » ..i i i
T h e fol- ro je |n bringing about a b e tte r under-
r e L iin s >rn8Uran s o e 7 ‘11
relationship
Inatlon in S t lam ia. Mo. He la con-
the solution.
low ing is «elf e x p lan ato ry :
stand ing , it is im p erativ e th at white
Su nd ay a t 7 :0 0 the B oys and G irls teatln g tho «oat now held by Cong
•‘You no doubt will be very glad to
R oosevelt fam ily em ig rated to people study N egro hiatory in order
c o n te st will clo s e with a ca k e given reaam an Dvor. who mudo politica out
h e a r of the g reat in terest w hich th ese A m erica and settled in New A m ster-
brin g about b e tte r relatio n s be-
to th e sid e which h as had the larg est of li In an tl-ly n chlng bill. M rlatinore
colored w orkers a re tak in g in th e Ne- ¿ am
In
F ra n k lin
R o o sev elt tw een the race«.
a tte n d a n ce for th e past two m onths.
g r o question In A m erica, esp ecially R oosevelt. G overnor o f New York, is
t |je pUrpose of h isto ry teach in g
T h e C. E . w ith M iss Gw endolyn Hook­
sin ce the outrageous Sco ttab o ro c a se descended from Jaco b u s R oo sev elt, o f Jn our public sch oo ls is to tra in for
e r presid ing, will have ch a rg e of regu­
in A labam a. U nfortu nately, we do ^ at
em igrant fam ily, and T . R . citizen sh ip , w hat kind o f a citizen will
la r ev en in g se rv ice s.
no t g e t enough colored new spapers to R oosevelt was descended from Jo h an - the j i e g rQ be, if th e h isto ry he stud ies
g ive them . T h a t Is why we appeal to
of, J a co b u s ^ F ra n k lin doeg not com prehend h is r a c e ? T he
R oosevelt Is th erefo re a very fa r awajr ed ucation of any ra c e is Incom plete ,
you to help u s."
A A n a ln /if T h A / / t , . .
a «. ..tft
e. .1 m a *
cousin of Theodore R oosev
elt n and
not and lopsided u n less It em bodies the
T h e le tte r is signed by the co m m it­ bts son or brother as has been w idely id , of th a t ra c e . B y co n tem p latin g
te e of the Seam an 8 section
reported
Mrs. R oosevelt, th e w ife
of the Governor, is th e d aughter of
E llio tt R oosevelt, a b roth er o f T h e o - 1
P L E A S E PAY YO U R S U B S C R IP - dore, and th erefo re a n e ice of th e late
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