The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, October 29, 1932, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    HATURDAY, OCTOBER 2t. 1131
advocate
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P A O « T H F PB
THEATRES - SPORTS - SOCIETY & WOMEN'S ACTIVITES
HARVEY WELLS WOULD
PROTECT YOUR HOME
llarvay Wall*, wall known Inaur­
ane« bualnaaa man who la (ha Ra-
tnibllrnn parly candidato for represen­
tativa In lh « 1-agUlallv« Assembly, for
Ih « H lilh Representativa (Matrici,
c o m p r is in g riarkamaa and Mollnoniah
rountlaa aaya (hai If hn la «la d e d hn
will aupport all constructive legisla ]
Una for Ih » p ro trilion of our hoinaa,
drvrlopm riit of our resources. slinpll
ficai Imi and roduellon of lh « coal of
our government; that hn will aupporl
Ihn admlnlalrallon In all ronalruellvn
measure« lowarda lax m l union, and
aid lo Ih« (armar In solving ria prob-
lama.
•Emi'lnym*'* must hr l'rovIdtMl fur A ll1
WILLIAM F.
REDUCE TAX E S AND
SAVE HOMES
Hla Racord Inauraa Action
Inataad of Idle Prom t««»
EXPERIENCED FEARLESS
HONEST
Vole \ I t " Woodward. William V
W ARN ING
Continued extravagance of public
ufflrlala meana conaflratlon of
Taxpayora muat unite In electing
man alncerely plrdaed to reduce
expenaea of government.
Kxcusalve aalarlea paid by lb « ci­
ty muat be reduced.
Waate and extravagance muat
atop.
Ktect a man aa mayor whoaa pub­
lic record tnaurea action lualead
of Idle promlaea.
Klei l Woodward, a taxpayer who
will reduce city expenaea
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— R ep u b lica n
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Nomine»—
Adv)
OUR CONSTABLE
RICHARD DEICH
— F o r-
State Representative
Fifth Dtatrtrt. i-nmprlalug Multnomah
County
Lester F.
The Peoples Candidata for
MAYOR
Publicly owned llaht. heat, power
luiwer lelt-phone rales No at-t-rel
funds Half paying prnjerta In
reduce ta x «« and aid unem­
ployment problem
—O—
Intloraed by Municipal Ownership
League
VOTE I X ; 13» Adama. Laatar F.
— Paid Adv —
m u
; Lower License
Fees Must Come
I
w
ey." If that were not sufficient, why
waa the Administration so reluctant
I d withdrawing the name of Montgo­
mery. Mlselaalppl, be of the “ No
chaste Negro women" proclamation.
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J. L.
MEDFORD, ORE.. Oct. 2ft—Jack
McCarthy. Ilgbt-hearywelgbt fighter
of Medford, put the alee per on Cyclone
Johnson of Chicago In the fourth
round In a aurprlaa climax to Mack
Llllard’s fight card at the Medford
armory last night. It took juat three
punches In the middle of the fourth
round to do the trick when McCarthy
hit Johnson two on the chin, straight
In, and then connected with Johnson's
button with a long right awing.
Johnson had the crowd fooled, be­
cause McCarthy's hard body blows,
and occasion«! wallops to the bead
didn't seem to show their effect. John­
son took It easy in hla corner between
rounds,
but seemed to be worried
when McCarthy landed a series of
punches. Johnson got In several hard
blows on McCarthy, however, and the
figh t wasn’t all beer and skittles.
HAMMERSLY
FOR—
DISTRICT
JUDGE
Multnomah County— Dept Mo, 2
(F or Pearlena. Practical, Impar­
tial Administration of Justice)
22 X
Election Novmber I
— Paid Adv.—
Vote For
A. L.
BARBUR
— For—
»
CITY COMMISSIONER
WHY?
ior compen*atlo,> and ho* * lnK and
d**troylng our roads, have been escap-
lng with ridiculously low fees.
For the fiscal year ending June 30,
....
....
1M*' the ,U ,e col,*c “ ‘d ' "> »cenae
and
1®®*- 26,648.000. Of this
amount the freighters (Claaaes 4 and
7 ), nearly 3000 in number, paid but
VOTE FOR
¡* ~ d
b'
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heavy vehicle«.
Our proposed Highway Protection
law makes It the duty of the State
Highway Commission to classify all
‘ rattle on our highway, determine the
burden imposed by each and make
recommendation! to the Governor for
a redistribution of all license and mil-
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eage fees.
When this is done lower license fees
for automobiles and small trucks
should follow.
contended that ________ ,__
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314 YES — FREIG H T T R U C K and
tie « » a r a the creation of men and *or
® T®ar-
that threre waa nothing aarretl about
In the year 1(31 the State Highway
BUS B ILL
them. Whenever any political party Commission was obliged to spend over
Highway Protective Association
falls, through the leadership' to live , 7 .ooo.OOO for reconstruction, better-
By Oswald West, President,
up to the Idt/ls for which It was crea
Ry Exch. Bldg., Portland, Ore.
ted; then there should be either monts and maintenance— burdens 1m-
(Paid Adv.)
change of leadership or a reorganisa­
tion of the party. Our belief In the
Ideala of the Republican party re­
mains unshaken, but President Hoo­
ver has not shown any sympathy with
thoae Ideals He has shown little con­
cern for the welfare of the average
man He has ahown no consideration
C HARLES O. NORTH
whatever or Inclined by words or deed
to encourage the aspiration of the sub­
HOMER D.
merged race. As a President of the
privileged classes, Mr. Hoover has
proved a success. As a President of
the masses hla administration has
The Constables office has In the been an abject failure. If this state
ment will be of any service to the a-
past been a small Insignificant factor
nnnymous, S1NUKUKI.Y It la given
In the eyes of the Portland District,
with pleasure.
ltut on the contrary It la of much Im­
REPU BLICAN CANDIDATE
portance to the business men and (o
It has been reported that a battle
all of the Citizens of Portland District
and Charlea G. North promises and between Admiral Drake and Como-
will administer the dudes o f this o f­ dore Washington has been arbitrated.
fice with all the vim and vigor which The trure waa brought about by Am­
he has given to all of hla business bassador Know-land and Minister plen­
ipotentiary Fred Robert*. W e were
ventures
»urprised to learn that the prlxe waa
...
not for the leadership of the Hoover
Ills many friends among the hual- forces, but as to who was to occupy
Third Oregon DistHct
ness men aud asaoclatea are responal- „ dc» k
,be office of the Republican
ble for his entry Into politics, and they county Committee. The compromise
will put him over In the November wa, hn.ught about by allowing both
election North has little to say. Be- forcM a desk.
Now everything is
lng of a quiet positive nature he takes qulM on tbe poi|,|c,| front on the
VOTE 23 X ON B A L L O T
all things as they come, and hews »bores of taike Merrtt. and the vessel«
to the line in all hla endeavors with baTe K„ ne lnto dry dock.
bull-dog tenacity that ensures sue i
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cess. W e earnestly urge your Indul-
Wlth but „ f 9w dgy* left In the
(Pd.Advt.)
genre at the polls.
j campaign before election every can-
'rildate for office la working overtime
CIRCUIT JUDGE
VOTE — 116 X C H AR LES G. NORTH In order to convince Mr. and Mr*
Citlxen that they are the only ones
to serve tho people. It 1 » the »ame old
atory. old. but never new. Once office
Mr. Kropp Is married; a member of
(Paid Adv by friends of Mr North)
JU D ICIAR Y B A L L O T
has been gained the people are forgot a number of fraternal and civic organ-
Pd Adv.
and the office holder commences to llatlon»- a U lp a y e r and b„ u,a en
I build up a machine for perpetual poa* dorBemt,nt
dorsement Gf
of , a number of outatandlng
session
There I. considerable to do bu„ nMB men.
I In the nfflrlal fam ily of California a j
Governor. Charges and counter char-!
gea aro being hurled. Charge« of graft ------------------
j and Incompetency. Charge« of gross
mismanagement of the State's financ­
es nml reckless »pending. Of course.
I there 1 » a great deal of politics mixed
In It all, hut It makes a very unsavory
mess.
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Progressive, Efficient
and Experienced — Honesty and
Economy in Public Ottica
•
What Benefits the Masses of
the People W ill Govern
Every Decision
•
, (Paid Adv., ShuIl-for-Mayor Com­
mittee. A. J. Bckleman, Secretary.
I 220 W orcester Bldg.)
(Pd. Adv.)
VOTE FOR
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A letter came to ua throunb (he of­
fice of the Hpukeaman asking ua to
» 1 * 1 « why. through tbla column, we
never wrote anything commendary of
: 1'resldenl Hoover. W e are aorry that
the writer Of the letter FOROOT TO
I SION T ilK llt NAM E It la our cuatom
I to Ignore anunymoua lettera, but the
pertinence of the questions aak per-
'm lt ua to di-purt from that TSSSlTS
Aak why we do write aomethlng about
the President: Our motto through life
baa Iron,
when you havo nothing
good to aay, keep alleut
W e have
made a careful aearch of the record
of the preaent admlnlatratlon and
have found nothing that would war­
rant ua In going Into hyatcrlca over
It .unleaa It waa Ita abject failurea.
We a r« Kepubllcana In principle, but
PKOURKBBIVK Never In Hi« blatory
»«e
ADvf a » « f
of lh « Republican party baa the Negro
THIS SHOWS THE POSITION
0*1 CON
rtttien been ao openly humiliated aa
Of IMI STO« TAX MEASURE ON
**
ft A*«»
COWÏUA.I y . « A ' D f
under (hla Admlnlatratlon. Under pol­
the ia u o t . in the lower ieft hand corner
itical • 'e xp etllen t y " It «ought to oblit­
erate entirely any political Influence
held by the Negro, lu Ita efforta to
, build up a “ Lily W h ite" party In th
' South It relegated all of the active
I Negro polltlcluna to (be aah can. How
I any Negro woman can «wallow the
humiliation placed on them when one
of the chief altlea of the Admlnlstra-
tlon, the Secretary of War. Pat Hurley
of Okluhoma »cm the Negro Gold Star
Mothera In cattle hoata when the Gov­
ernm ent provided a trtp to the buttle
Secretary of State Hoas insists that but alao believe that the license fees
I field« of France, that they might kneel
I at the gravee of thoae aona who paid automobile owners are entitled to low- now Imposed on small privately owned
Priest In a"«p oirh ^ The Republican
party Is the ship, all else la the Sea."
llut that phraae la not applicable to
the Republican party of this day.
When thoae words were spoken the
Republic«,, party waa ( h o u r l y of
/.in h Chandler.
Charles
Sumner,
James A. Garfield, and leadera of poll-
tical thought Who placed H U M A N IT Y
ECE
ADAMS
The Advocate wlabea Ita readera to
know thnt the opinion rxpreaaed by
(be writer of (hla column la not nee-
eaaarlly The Advocate'a opinion
Ed
Ia^Harliet* Tubman!*a* 8 ojouraer'<Truih
“ d
or any of the pioneer Negro women
,ruek* haTe been r"ry\U K the
uf yore would condone auch?
And 1°*^ ° t highway construction and
what about the Parker mutter? The maintenance, while the heavy trucks
i f 0“ ^ r cdnrlLk and **»**•»• freight outfit*, operating
Election November S, 1932
VOTE
■V W. J. W H E ATO N
— For—
M a y o r
LOSES IN RINS TO
MEDFORD BOXER
VERBAL
SNAPSHOTS
y®
HOOK
R’V IE W
Angeli
FOR
ELECT
LUSK
UBJ U&UU OSB:
"EM ERSO N ’S ESSAYS"
By Ralph Waldo Kmerson
(T h e National Home Library Foun­
dation)
Reviewed for The Advocate by
CLIFFO RD C. M ITC H E LL
1618 KK. Bt. N.
Washington, D. C.
This Is the first volume of the new
Jacket Library thnt I have read, al­
though I have been favored with srv-
oral of their book«. The ^ Jacket L i­
brary la Hponaorod by thn National
Home Library Foundation, of Wash-
Ington, D. C., and Is crenllng quite a
sonant Inn becauie of their ability to
mnrket worthwhile volumes at tho ri­
diculous low rat* of fifteen cents
each.
a a a
"Em erson'» Essny«” Is n 172 page
volume, approximately 411 luches
by 6 Inches In slxe with a celluscude
cover, and conHlsts of ten ensays from
tho pen of the noted phllosphor, all
of which are well-known ami Include
hla viewpoint« on tho auhjects of:
History. Helf-Rellanca, Compensation.
Spiritual I.HWH. laive. Friendship. Pru­
dence, Heroism. The Over Soul, and
Circle«.
* e *
Tho various volume» lldteil III thn
Jacket Library Include many well-
known work* of literature
nml
while I am not fnmlllnr with their
»oiling policies there 1 » undoubtedly
an opportunity for our dealer» In
hook» nml periodical» to transact con-
aldnrahln huMlnena In the »ale of their
volume» at the extremely low popular
price of only 16 centa each.
VOTE
1 7 $X
Tested And •
Proven Best#
"B LindfoM ” test may bs all right for
cigarettes ----- but when buying face
powder, it's a good Idea to keep your
eyea wide open.
Not unlike other articles of merchandise, there are good
face powders on the market and face powders not so
good — In fact. Inferior and dangerous to one’s com­
plexion.
Ours has been tested and proven best.
little test yourself.
Use this simple
Put one-half teaspoonful of oar face powder In yonr
hand and pour In an equal quantity of water. The water
will run o ff which proves emphatically that It Is water­
proof and we guarantee it to be free of lead, bismuth
aalts or any other harmful Ingredients.
B iw iri
o f Imitations!
Insist on
Overton's H igh-B row n Face Powder
— 84 years on the market—made In
olx shades.
OVERTON-HYGIENIC M FG. CO.
C hicago
rHE EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER
W ill Promote a Full Growth of Hair.
W ill also Restore the Strength,
V itality and the Beauty of the
Hair. I f your Hair is Dry and
W iry, T r y —
If this administration had shown
some little concern about the labor
^conditions on the Government works
of tho Mississippi levy» Involving the
welfare of tho Negro laborers,
we
might overlook some of the othor o-
missions.
The report of conditions
plnroil before tho President were de­
plorable to say tho lonst. Human be­
ings were treated with lesa consid­
eration than Is given to beasts of har­
den. No Negro should withhold finan­
cial support to the N.A.A.C.P. for in­
vestigation of tho facts.
ALBERI G. JOHNSON
— For—
C IT Y COMMISSIONER
Short term
156 X Yee
Long term .. 173 X Ye*
KNOW S PO R TLAND 'S NEEDS
For home nml family, with clean,
«afe government at eo»t within
ability of taxpayer» to pay.
(Paid Adv.)
P erfect Funeral Service
East India Hair Grower
I f you are bothered w th Falling
Dandruff, Itching Scalp, or any Hair
Trouble, we want you to trv a ja r of
F A S T IN D IA H A IR GROW ER. The
iremedy contains medical properties that
go to the roots o f the Hair, stimulates
the skin, helping nature do its work.
Leaves the hair soft and silky. Perfumed with a
halm o f n thousand flowers. The best known remedy
for Heavy and Beautiful Rlaek Eye-Brows, alao
restores Gray Hnir to its Natural Color. Can be us«-d
with Hot Iron for Straightening.
K R O PP M AK IN G AGGRESSIVE
CAM PAIGN
Edward L. Kropp. candidate for City
Commissioner Is making an aggres­
sivo campaign. He Is greatly In de­
mand for speaking before various ci­
vic organizations nml t-lulis, according
to reports from his headquarters.
Mr. Kropp Is running on a progres­
sive plnlform which would shorten tho
ilny on public work to six hours; elim­
inate married women from city em­
ployment whoso husbands are regular­
ly employed; start salary reduction
with the higher up officials rather
than the under dog.
MILLER & TRACEY
Price Sent by Mail, 60c; 10c Extra for Postage
1
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llrm
fo r
AI.UNT-S O U T F IT
H air « r m m . I T s e ir l«
I Shampoo, I Pressine
I Fsrs Cream snS dtrss-
for «rltln «, *2. P r g it r e
P-olass
MRS. B EATRICE REED
Lady Attendant
—at—
M ILLE R A TR A C E Y M O R TU AR Y
May be reached by calling the Fu­
neral Parlors or her home, Selwood
5475. She w ill be pelased to serve you.
relieving you of much anxiety and
worry In your hour of bereavement.
M KS. REED has proven such a
help, not only to her employers,
but to the Colored Patrons in gen­
eral,
that during the past two
years M IL L E R & TR A C E Y have
handled 90 per cent of the Colored
Funerals.
S. D. LYONS -
318 N. Central
Dept. B
Oklahoma City, Okla.
W A S H IN G T O N S T R E E T
Between 20th and 21at