The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, December 10, 1932, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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THEATRES - SPORTS - SOCIETY&W0MEN'S ACTIVITIES
H ealth
Seattle News H i -V ay A / D A to
R. MAYNE
by
(B y "Duck” Jordan. 316 • SSrd Av. N.)
OREGON DAIRY COUNCIL
A D V O C A T E ON S A L E A T B R O W N ' S the lop of a roof and broke his ankle. j
llarborvlaw
B A R B E R S H O P , cor. 23rd * Madison He Is convalescing at
Hospital.
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Fourteen High School Girl Reserv­
Mrs. Frances Smith and aons Kd
es will compose a group to sing Christ­
and Andrew Jenkins gave a surprise
mas Carols at several department
part» last week In honor of her daugh
stores in this city. They will sing on
ter. Mrs Frank Jenkins. Mrs Jenkins
Saturday. December 17.
was overjoyed with the surprise and
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all enjoyed Ihe evening's hospitality.
The Misses Yvonne and Annie Chat­
Miss Johnny Pierre of Tacoma was
ters were hostesses for a card party a visitor In Seattle where she attend­
in honor of Mr. Alvester Warfield.
ed the fight.
Several eujoyed the evening
Light
oOo
refreshments
were served at mid­
A social was given at the Presby­
night
terian church by the Christian En­
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deavor society Friday evening.
Mr. Alvster Warfield will leave the
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city today after a ten days' visit. He
Joe Staton's "Jug Band" will play
will be gone for a three months' visit In the Rose room of the Hotel Butler
in California.
on Wednesday night.
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The young people of all three of the
Mtsa Vivian Jones returned to her
churches will combine their voices to home in Vancouver. It C. on Monday.
go carroling Christmas morning at She has been in Seattle a month and
five o'clock. A large crowd la expect
a half visiting her sister. Mrs. Duke
ed to turn out for the practices.
Jackson.
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Miss Ruth Brown is Improving rap­
The Falcon Club will give a danco
idly at Flrland Sanitarium.
at Chandler's Hall. Friday night.
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Mr. Henry Woods arrived In Seattle
Mr Chink Winslow, a member of
Friday night to train for his fight on the “ Jug Band” was 111 over the week­
Tuesday night. A large crowd la ex­ end but is able to be out again.
pected to attend.
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Mr. George W. King met with an
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accident riday evening. He fell from
We
The Advocate, for the benefit of Negro. Not that the precise number ter in mat Ice htna the red man
Ita many reader» who were not fortn- o f cubic centimeters matters, for at robbed ihe red man and killed him.
nate to hear the radio address made least one excellent scientist tils us But we kidnapped the black man and
by R ot James M Glllls. C. S P . ou (Guibrt: Les O rigins»!, -above 1100 enslaved him The traders in human
the Catholis Hour Sunday afternoon. c c. the size of the brain Is no guide T|e»h and blood who »ailed from New
England and elsewhere to Africa,
November 39. we are publishnig the to the intellect.’
"And finally, if any further proof swooped down upon the black», but­
full te it. A number of our readers
have requested us to publish same be necessary that the Negro Is fully chered thousands of them, brought the
as some of them who heard It want­ and exclusively human, there is the rest back In chains and sold them in­
ed It for the scrap books and wanted fact that marriage of white and black to bondage, were guilty of ns great a
others, who did not hear It to know is not unfruitful. In fact there are sin as that of Oliver Cromwell who
what the distinguished prelate had to those who maintain that as much as slaughtered thousands of the Irish and
1-3 o f the whole population of the sold the remainder into slavery in
aay.
The Catholic hour is sponsored by United States has some strain of Ne­ the Barbadoes. They were a 'Godly'
by the National Council of Catholic gro bood. Be that statement accurate generation of church goers. Bible read­
the unquestionable ers and psalm singers, but they bro'i
Men and broadcast over the National or exaggerated.
Broadcasting company's nationwide fact remains that however much man. down a blight upon thi» country and
network. The Rev. Mr. Glllis' speech: both whit man and black man. may and a curse upon their own souls.
Nature And if the curse of God. as the Bible
“ W e come today to a ticklish prob revolt from miscegnation.
lem. the Interrelationship of the does not abhor the union of the rac­ seems to say. can pass to the third
white race and the black. I shall pro­ es. If Nature does not, God does not. and fourth generations the stain It
bably be condemned as harsh, for ev­ for the aws of Nature are the laws not the guilt of that sin against the
en proposing a problem that is usual­ of God. And the Church takes her cue black man Is still upon the soul of the
ly considered too hot to handle, and from the law of God. rather than white man. It is for us to wash aw­
whatever opinions I presume to sub­ from the feelings or prejudices of ay with the baptism of humiliation
mit will probably be rejected out of man. The church will baptize a mu­ and with works of penance.
“ If works of peuance are too much
hand by those who feel that the sim­ latto. ordain him priest or conse­
ple and sufficient solution of the crate him bishop. She has done so in these soft degenerate days, tf in
problem of the Negro is to "keep him here in the United States. She does contribution for the sins of our pred­
not consider the offspring of a Negro ecessors and our own sins, we cannot
In his place".
bring ourselves to works of mercy to
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familiar formula, however, and a white as a monster.
"Enough I The ape Is an ape. and the colored man. at least let us give
begs the question. What Is the black
him simple Justice.
man's place? Was he designed by na­ man is man. be he black or white.
“ Now, therefore, if the Negro is
" If not— If we persist In the out­
ture to be. and must he ever remain
a subject race, less than wholly hu­ man just as truly as the white man. rage our ancestors have done the
man. a footstool for the white man. It follows that whatever rights or pre­ black man. or the lesser crimes we
man as man. ourselves have committed against
a lesser breed without the law. a pa­ rogatives belong to
PATR O N IZE
him. let us understand that we are
riah and ‘untouchable', segregated, must not be denied to the Negro.
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"And yet in certain parts o f our storing up danger for our descend
disfranchised
(constitution or no
constitution), an alien in the land of country, disabilities are heaped upon ants. The black man. thank God. is
G A L A
T H E A T R E
his birth, a victim of discrimination him bcause he is a Negro. In many no longer a slave, nor does he contin­
and of persecution? Was there plac­ localities he is denied the vote, even ue to be as obsequio!» and subservi­
22nd Ava and E. Madison St.
ed upon him aboriginally by his though that denial Involves fraud or ent as the old tradition would have
force
upon
the
part
of
the
white
man.
him.
He
is
emancipated
In
more
N e w Mana gem en t
New Own ers
Creator the mark of the beast or the
stigma of Ishmael? Was he in the In some sections he receives lower senses than one. Lincoln struck off
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beginning anathematised by God. and wags than th white man for the same the shackles from the black man’s
must he be In consequence. Interdict­ work. In other sections, he is chat- limbs, but the black man is now pro
Everything new except the Name
ed and excommunicated by God's fa­ ged higher rent than the white man gTessively throwing o ff the shackles
for the same housing. His natural am­ of his mind. As one of his own news
vorite, the white man?
“ By way o f answer, let us first bo bition to riso to something hotter papers has said, the black man Is
‘hat-in-hand, yes-sir-
rid of the imposible theory that the than menial occupation and to fit done with the
Negro is not wholly a man: Impos­ himself for it is frustrated by local boss’ attitude. He will not always be
sible theologically, for it is heresy to law. by custom or even by physical liootblack and lick-spittle for the
say that the Negro has no soul, or violence; he is refused admittance white man.
“ The black man has emigrated by
that he is not destined to the K ing­ to certain trade unions; in many
In hundreds of thousands from the »outh
dom of Heaven: Impossible ethnolo siates he is denied membership
gically. because there is no atom of white churches; he dare not attempt Perhaps he was happy there. Rut his
scientific evidence that the Negro is to tak Communion with the whites; leaders kept taunting him to come
likewise except in the north, he can­ away from what they called 'peonage',
sub-human.
John Carter, of Omaha, Is a patient
“ O f course there are evolutionists, not attend schools, public or private and be free men in the north. 'A ll you
o f a most extreme type, who insist with the whites, and the pubic have to do', they said, ‘is to step on a in the County hospital.
that all men. black or white, are es­ schools into which he Is segregated train and ride for a day and a night
sentially animals and nothing more, are inferior in archetecture, in loca­ to freedom. You don't have to wait
Mrs. Nancy Echols, former w ife of
but even the most materialistic evo­ tion and in scholastic standing to the year after year for the white people
James Echols, one time waiter st the
others,
although
the
black
man
pays
to build you a school. The schools
lutionist admits that 'all human
Hotel Portland. Is here from her home
branches are derived from the same his school tax like any other man. He are here and you are welcomed to
in Oakland. Calif., and Is stopping
anima source.’ I f the Negro therefore, is kept out of select hotels, restau­ them. You don't have to tip your hat
with friends.
rants
and
places
of
public
entertain­
is a mere animal, the white man is
to a white man unless you know him
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a mere animal. Color doesn’t matter ment. not only in the south but in and like him.’
Sam Johnson who recently esme to
essentially. A white horse Is a horse, the north. Where the Jim Crow law
“ So they came north and they are
Portland from Texas,
has gone to
a black horse is a horse; a Jersey is in effect, he is taxed for parks, feeling their freedom Their ne-v con­
Bend. Oregon to become a porter In
cow is a cow. and a Holstein is a libraries and other places of instruc­ fidence their strength, their talent
a barbershop.
cow. Nor do certain other dissimilar­ tion or entertainment which he is (yes. they have abundant talent) can
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not
permitted
to
use.
In
some
locali­
ities of shape or of size matter. A
be used for this nation or against It.
BUI Anderson who claims Chlcagc
bull dog. a mastiff, a collie and a ties there are different standards of Some of them have turned Bolshevik,
ua hla home waa arrested Wednesday
Newfoundland are all equally dog. E- justice in the law courts for blarks like one of their poets (claude Mc­
for begging on the streets.
ven a Pomeranian and a Pekingese and for whites (a crime in the very K ay). who sings this terrible song:
are dog. And so. a white mna. a red place where crime is supposedly pun
Mrs Sarsh Jones, of Shrevesport.
man. a yellow man and a black man ished). In a thousand cities and
” 'O Kinsmen, we must meet the
T j ».. who Is a maid for a white family
towns and villages, he is segregated
are all equally man.
common foe;
Is her-» and stopping at the Oov-rnor
“ Discrimination because of color la with his fellows away from white
Though outnumbered, let us still be
hotel.
therefore not scientific. It is merely neighborhoods as strictly as If he
brave.
snobblih. ‘The Coonel's lady and Ju­ were a leper. If he ventures to buy or
And for that thousand blows, deal
Mrs. Henrietta Marshall Is Improv­
dy O'Grady are sisters
under the rent a house in a 'white' district, his
one death blow.
ed but still Indisposed at her residen­
skin', no matter how high the Colo­ home may be bombed (one wealthy
What, though before us lies the
ce. 681 .Gantenbeln Avenue.
nel’s lady may tilt her nose at the Negro's home in Chicago was bomb
open grave.
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and he will be
mention of that simple ethnological ed seven tim es)
Like men we’ll face the murderous
Mrs. L. K. Weeks, of 444 Benton
fact; and so. too, the black man aud granted no legal redress. He is sub­
cowardly pack
Street underwent an operation for th6
the white man ore brothers under ject to mob violence, denied trial by
Pressed to the wall, dying but fight­
removal of her tonaila on laat Tues
the skin, no matter how much the and if suspected of certain crimes, he
ing back.’
day. Dr. De.Norval Vnthank. physician.
white man may rebel against that in is lynched. His womne folk suffer
controvertible dogma. W e may talk molestation, but. If In a fit of mad
“ If that hymn of hate had been com­
Mrs. I. B. Vessel la In receipt o f the
of the black race, but there is only resentment, he retaliates, he is shot posed in 1776 and sung against the
sad news of th e death o f her slater,
one race, the human race, I am down or perhaps burned alive. And, power that was taxing Americans and
Mrs. L. Mlscheaux. In New Orleans.
speakng now, not metaphorically, but of ciurse, he is prohibited In certain refusing them adequate representa­
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scientifically, physiologically, anato­ states under terrific penalties from tion, we should call it patriotic. But
Mrs. W. G. ord Is reported to be
mically, biologically; the whte man inter-marriage with whites.
the black man suffers almost if not
strlouiiy 111 at her home In Alberta.
“ On the whole the Negro Is con­ quite as much from us as we suffered
and the black man are brothers, not
Others reported III are Mr. and Mrs
even cousns n a collateral line of des­ sidered an alien, an outcast, and as from King George. The difference lie
Lloyd Flowers, Mrs. Elmer Flowers,
cent, but brothers, children of the it were, a leper in our midst. He Is tween patriotism
and Bolshevism
Mr. E. A. Browne and Mrs. Mea Kiser.
one original couple.
•••• ostracised, If not exiled. He is the seems sometimes only in the point of
Th latter are confined In local hospi­
discrimination as view. Let us then be careful that we
“ As a matter of fact, one of the re­ victim of such
tals.
would
precipitate
unending
race
riots
-dc not give the black man cause for
sults of the Investigation of Darwin
was to sterngthen the argument of if he were not more tolerant, more rebellion.
Louie and hla band broadcast, for
“ But above and beyond that selfish
monogemy, the theory that all men patient, and more law-abiding than
45 minutes over KW JJ radio station
his
white
neighbors.
He
must
suffer
reason for according him Justice, let
are descended from one pair of an­
at 10:35 P. M. Wednesday.
cestors. and to weaken the argument Incessantly and cruelly from them, us return to the first reason; the
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for polygamy, the theory that there and if he were to rise In rebellion black man and the white man are
The Bearcat ollles were held last
for
even
so
much
Justice
as
is
guar»
God's
creation,
brethren,
children
of
were two or more source origins of
night at Willam ette University, Salem.
the human race. And in this at least anteed to him by the Federal Consti­ Ihe same father In heaven, redeemed George Canady acted as Master of
the Catholic teaching coincides with tution. he would be shot down like a alike, the one and the other by Jesus
Ceremonies.
Darwinism. With us it would be here­ dog, and I fear that vast numbers of Christ, and having equal rights to the
'liberty-loving
Americans'
would
say
tical to say that the white race Is
kingdom of heaven.”
Ix)ule and his band played last Sat
from Adam and Eve and the black that it served him right; that he
urday night at the University Club
race from some other aboriginal pair. should take what he gets and be
for a fraternity banquet.
thankful for It; that he should know
W e are all of the same stock.
S IX T E E N PERSONS IN D IC T E D
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“ Another
physiological fact links his place and be content with It.
Attorney Irvin Goodman was recent­
“ Now, fellow citizens of the white
F O R K U K L U X K L A N R A ID
the black man with the white and sep­
ly elected president of the Northwest
arates hi mfrom the brute. The cra­ race, let us confess that all this man­
ern College of Law Alumni Assovla-
ifestly
and
outrageously
wrong
W
e
nial capacity of the highest ages is
Ix>s Angeles. Dec. 7— Sixteen per­ tlon.
about 450 cubic centimeters. The era- are treating the Negro as nujustly, if
sons were charged with conspracy In
nial capacity of men is from 1250 to not with quite so much bloody cruelty
The Daughter Elks will give a big
a secret Indictment returned Nov. 29
1660 cubic centimeters. It is true that an we treated the Indian. Whatever
¡Christmas dance on Monday night,
by
the
county
grand
Jury
following
a
certain Negroes still In the Jungles we are doing now to atone for our
lenghty
investigation into the raid December 26th at the Albina hall. A
show a lower figure normally than crimes against the red man from
of purported Ku Klux Klan members sack of flour will be given to the one
whom
we
stole
the
continent,
we
are
than that o f most white men,
but
upon the home of a Long Beach res­ holding the lucky number.
whereas the skull of the highest ape doing little or nothing to atone for
ident suspected of communistic lean­
has never a capacity of more than the crimes we commit against the
ings, it was learned on reliable au­
black
man.
W
e
have
not
even
ceased
Mrs. U. 8. Reed is In receipt of a
460, the skull of the lowest Negro sel­
thority.
letter from Mrs. Hula Morrow-Olllver,
dom if ever goes below 1100; it Is to deal unmercifully with him.
“ If we have, as the government
teacher at the D. D. & B. Institute at
generally from 1250 to 1400; the
Austin, Texas. Miss Morrow visited in
skull of the white man Is never lar­ now recognizes that we- have, a duty
Please pay your subscription to Portland last Summer with her sisters
ger than 1600 and there are vast num­ to protect the Indian, why shall we
bers of white men whose cranial ca­ not recognize our responsibility to the The Advocate so we can clear up our Mesdames Cora Jamison and Beatrice
Cannady-Franklln.
pacity Is no more than that o f the Negro? W e have done him more bit- books before the end of the year.
Locals
H O LIDA Y COOKERY
Once again the festive season asso­
ciated with Christmas and the holi­
days la with us At this time of the
year there la no subject of more com­
mon Interest than holiday rookery.
A variety of appropriate and accept­
able gifts may be made In Ihe kltrh
en. which will help In keeping down
the coat of the Christmas present
Fruit rakes, steamed puddings, rooki­
es. home made randies are always
welcome and a little cars and Ingen­
uity tn wrapping and parking them
will place them among the most ac­
ceptable.
if you have been looking for a
simplified rrult rake recipe you will
agree this Is one of Ihe best you have
ever lasted It makes eight pounds of
rake.
Golden F r u i t Cake
Iblspns hot water
1 tapn cinnamon
I tapn cloves
*4 tapn salt
Follow mtehod for mlzlng aa given
In the recipe above. Bake In a loaf
pan In a omderale oven (360 • 176
degrees F ) from 46 tn 60 mlnutas.
Although the plum pudding baa
long been thought of aa a crowning
glory for holiday feast. It la now be
Ing substituted by the more economi­
cal type of steamed pudding. It la
dlfflrult to find anything better than
the steamed carrot pudding
Like
plum pudding It ran Its made early
and reheated before serving
Steamed C arro t Pudding
H cup butter
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup grated raw carrots
8 apples
I cup seeded raialna
144 cup flour
1 tapn salt
.,
1 tspn cinnamon
V4 tspn cloves
44 tspn nutmeg
I tspn baking powder
I pound butter
10 Eggs
3 cups fine sugar
4 cups sifted flour
1 cup candied pineapple
1 cup candled cherries
6 cups white raisins
1 cup sliced citron
1 cup nut meats
Cream butter and add sugar Add
2)4 cup currants
carrots, apples, and raisins Mtz well
COAL
1-3 cup grape or other fruit Juice Stir In sifted dry Ingredients. Butter
Per ton............. $ 6 . 0 0
a large mold and fill 3 8 full pudding.
And U P
Cream the butter and sugar to a Steam three hours, or steam one hour
W e Handle A ll Kinds of Coal
light fluff
Add beaten eggs slowly and bake one hour at 860 degrees F.
Then add flour and fruit Juice. Dust Serve hot with hard sauce (butter,
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sliced fruit lightly with flour and add powdered sugar, sharp flavoring as
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all at once, mixing thoroughly. Put Irmon )
Our wood Is dry and
Into buttered pans and decorate tops
w ill please you.
with nuts and pieces of fru it
Bake
A Scandinavian cooky recipe la g i­
P R O M P T D E L IV E R Y
from 2 to 4 hours (depending on else ven beesua* It la » 0 truly a holiday
Phone E A st 4212
and number of pans used! In a alow pastry.
oven (300 degrees F ).
C NANDI HR
Many housewives are requesting an
FUEL A TRANSFER
Krlngls
economical fruit rake for Immediate
1818 • 23rd Ave
Seattle. Wn
1 cup butter
consumption This prune rake will an­
1 cup sugar
1
• a swer all requirements and Is easily
44 cup milk
made,
3 eggs well beaten
■€H' Cost f u e l
$ 3.75
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PRUNE
Theaters
C A PITO L
Hoot Gibson in “ A M AN'S L A N D ",
Pus on the stage Portland's O N LY
V AU D E V ILLE : Morton A Jewel. Cle­
ver comedians; Dancing Brownie, a-
mazing tap dancer; Revue presenta
tlon with Beautiful talented girls aud
Orchestra. Portland's greatest amuse­
ment value.
3 tspn baking powder Enough
flour to make a stiff dough
about 3 cups.
CAKE
H cup butter
1 cup atigar
3 eggs, beaten light
2 tblspns milk
2 cups flour
1 cup rooked pninea rut fine
(Pour In aa much Juice around
prunes aa cup will hold)
I cup chopped nuts
1 tspn soda dissolved In 3
Combine Ingredients In the usual
enter. Rol lout Into thin sheet, cut In
strips about 44 Inch wide and 6 Inches
long Fold ends to center (as In prnl
rrlat Place on haklng sheet and bake
In hot oven
Nezt wek this column will feature
Christmas candles
LIB E R TY
—
A M B I T I O N
H A M R I C K ’S M U S I C BOX
I W O U LD I
were beneath a
tree.
A sleeping 'n the
shade.
With all the bills
I've got to
pay
Boris Karloff, John Boles. Mae Clark
Zane Grey's "W ild Horse Mesa” —
in “ F R A N K E N S T E IN ” plus William
with Randolph Scott, Hally
Blane.
Cllller, Jr.. In "T h e County Fair” .
A new show every Sunday. Wednes­ Fred Kohler and Jim Thorpe
day and Friday.
H A M R IC K 'S A LD E R
M O UND BAYOU STUCK
BY T H E
R E P U B L IC A N FA C T IO N
Jackie Cooper, Charles (Chick) Sale
In "W hen a Feller Needs a Friend”
Plus Murle Dressier In "Movie Album”
P A ID I
Mcunil Bayou. Miss. Dec 7- Mound
I would I were on
Bayou, the famous Negro city of Miss-
yonder hill,
H A M R I C K ’S B L U E M O U S E
tsslppl cast Its entire vote for the re
A basking in Ihe
10 cents till 6 and 16 centa after 5. publcan ticket last election day. 121
sun.
Rez Lease and Vera Reynolds In “ The votes were cast and all of them for
With all the work
Monster Walks".
Hoover and the presidential electors.
I've got to
Eugene P. Booze, husbund o f Mrs.
do
C IR C LE
Mary C. Booze, national committee-
DONEI
Free
“ orgotten Commandments"
woman for the state, returned from
dtabea on Monday nights.
a tour o f Illinois and Missouri where
I would I wore
they were making speeches for the
beside the sea.
C O LU M BIA
party ticket. Just before election day.
Or sailing In a boat,
Wl!> Rogers
and Irene Rich In—
They discovered. Mr. Booze reported,
With all Ihe things
“ Down to Earth". 15 centa to 6 p. m
that the Democrats had visited the
I've got to
—
community, collected funds and stir­
write
U N IT E D A R TIS TS
red tip considerable opposition to Pre­
WROTEI
" I f I Had a Million” with Gary Coop­
sident Hoover. Active work returned
er. Oeorgo Raft, Charels I-aughtnn, the sentiment to Its accustomed chan­
— E. C. Richardson
Wyne Gibson, Jackie Oakle, Frances nel.
In (ho Saturday Evening Post.
Dee, Charlie Haggles, Alison Skip- 1
worth, W. C. Fields, Mary Roland, j
Rosco Karns, May Robson. Gene Ray­
mond, Luclen Littlefield, Rlchar Ben­
nett. Pins Fox Movietone Nows and
A rip-roaring comedy, "T h e Dentist” .
The Ideal
BROADWAY
GIFT
Joe E. Brown In “ You Halil a Mouth­
fu l" wjth Ginger Rogers; On stage:
Fanchon & Marco's "H ello P a re «”
A ll Silk Hosiery
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A U D IT O R IU M
Tomorrow llatlnee at 3 o’clock foa- |
luring Portland Symphony Orchestra.
Milk Fund vnudevill, Thursday night
December 16th.
For the poor and
needy. Admlslon 60 cents. Como nil. ,
3 Pair - /. 71 5
Chiffon or Service Weight
Portland
Symphony
Orchestra
s e e
— A U D IT O R IU M —
Tickets now on sale at
SY M PH O N Y BOX OFFICE
The J. K. Gill Co., 50o to «2.60
8 5 <;
Hundreds of Pairs
of W ALK O VER
HIGH GRADE SHOES
%
.1 Pair -2. 40
4
95
Walk 0\?er Shoe Store
123 B R O A D W A Y