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MO. MOB HANGS YOUTH
A D V O C A
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T h « N « g r « and W h il «
t h e
Mac«« In Oragon
a d v o c a t e
ln d *p « n d « n t
D « vot*d
V O L U M E SO— N U M B E R •
S A T U R D A Y , D E C E M B E R 2, 1ES3
T H E
A D V O C A T E
In Every W h it « Horn«
In T h « Stata Of
Nln t««n T h l r t y - T h r « «
P R IC E F I V E C E N T S
WOMAN COLLAPSES; D IE S MYSTERIOUSLY
BELIEF IN INNOCENCE OF TED. JORDAN GROWS
w w r a n « fin d s FORTUNE
INVESTIGATES ALA. M IN G S
A T T A C K F A T A L T O MRS. I. L.
DAVISON P O R T L A N D R E S IO E N T
Mrs. Birdie L. Davidson, a pioneer
N EW YORK. N. Y.. Nov. 30__No resident of Portland, succumbed at the
Lester G«ilden. 29. accused hy Orris
trace of Dan Pippen. Sr., father of the Good Samaritan hospital Wednesday
F Albertson, 1026 N W Gllnan street,
of being one of two colored men who
Dan Pippen who was lynched in Tun- night at 10 o'clock, where she waa car-
caloosa. and chief witnesa In his son s rled following a collapse on a Portland
Uortlattd. Orf(un, I)**« 1 An Initial
nesday morning nsar the Honeyman
< aae would be found by the delegation Tractlon Company street car at Ee.st
■tap towartt »mumme popular opinion
Hardware store was arrested Wednes
to investigate lynching sent Into Ala- „
a*alti»t thr «arryln* out o th» «Latti
day night at K. W. Park avenue and
bans by the National Committee for Bl^ dw,Jr * nd Ln,on Arenu«
Gllaan street hy Sqargeant Williams
»»n t »m « of Thoodor» Jordan w »» tuk
the Defense of Political Prisoners.
The woman lay In the hospital from
and detective Hectetnan and Schaffer
• mi Sal unlay. N«»v«*mlx*r 26th. whrii thi*
Ppplen. Sr., has not been seen in * o'clock until G p.m.. The officers
and booked at polled headquarters «>11 a
Tuscaloosa for more than two weeks, called the editor of the Advocate re-
*‘.Sav«í Thmidoro Jtua«l/i ' rcmíar««uc»
charge of assault and robbery while ar-
Reports that he had been klled have questing her to accompany them to the
mat In Ilia l'ubile Library Mali al 1
Sprtn*flald. Mo. Dec 2 (A N P l l«t»«l V I C T I M D R A G G E O F R O M J A I L A N D m«*d with a dangerous weapon Albert
l*en denied, but all searches for him hospital to identify the patient. Mrs.
P \l Thu ronforwliru Win fallati till throiiKh rmioalty to examine the po*
LY N C H ED FFO LL O W IN G A L LE
son told police that one of the men
threaten«*«! him with a knife. Golden »
tlvr lb«» arra menu» ut» of th»« Interna kat m of a pair of much patched pant»
GED C O N FESSIO N T H A T
,1 V ' f ?
*22 the T ' , * ' f>»"klin Identified Mrs. Davison In
tion grows that he has been quietly
.... , .
tlonnl IcMlnir D*frii»» a» pari «»f ih« of Iha lata Andy linker. 72. who died
A T T A C K E D W H I T E GIRL
done away with." Judge Henry B. Foa- 8UD,tIy and
protrai uKAinwi lha Oration Huprcin«* a! iha county poor farm n few day»
B O D Y IS B U R N E D
ter, interviewed by the investigating ^ N o r v a l Unthank. She also reques-
Mrs Lucille Morgan continues ill
group. stated a» his conviction that
the officials to notify her husband.
Court » dcflalou. up holdlm lha « *»n u*o. remitted In the flndin* of money
at her home tu Commercial street.
Pippen. like Willie Jemison. another Mr. I. L. Davison and their pastor, Rev
vlftlou «nd tl alb »«*i»t**i»«» of Jordan amoiintlii* to $56.000 00. at (he home
My the A hho < lat»*d Pr«*ss
witness, had 'left town for his own James Dee Wilson, all of whom im-
Mr Revels Cay ton left early Tues
Organizations r»*»pomi I me to (lit* wp- a mere »hack- of the dlaeaaed.
Another lyuchin* wax add«*d to two
day for his home in Seattle. He plan»
mediately went to the hospital. Mrs.
pan! »aut out by th«' Inlartiullouai lut
Conniderahle attention 1» Ix-ln* al
The Pippen disappearance is noted ~ .... ^
w -j-- *
to return Saturday. November 25th to
| ht llaft«na«», bava udtipla«! pr«»t«*»t ta- ia« had to the find n» It wiu not known
Evidently «xpet-tink TiHtor«. he bau only ag a
_______ T of b(nar DarUon « > « uncon*ciou« from the
A lit year-old Negro wa» taken from participate In the Jordan Defense con
“ •»<■ »he collapeed on the street car
■oliliIon«. untiti* Mint Iha palinoli for ih.tl linker po»»a»»ad vary much of Jail In St. Joseph. Mo., and hanged ference to lx* held at 1 pin at the donned a neat, light-colored tan tweed flaKrant oppre* , lon of aU NeRroe,
buatneHH ,uit with which he wore a xuacalooaa, which has followed in the un,u her death- Hence no version of
r«* haarlitK b « muntati Affondine to thin world» *ood»
Information oh from an elm tree to the cries of Public Library.
blue shirt and black bow tie. His shoes
wake of the four lynchings there.” what happened was obtainamle from
Irvin Ootnlman. I I« 1) Attorney, th«« tallied 1» t«> lha effect that Maker mar "String him up” from a crowd of 7000.
were newly polished brown oxfords.
l«>cal branch of the . National
to « Alfred
r a t h e r c lo s e In t h e according lu
« r « l «1
im c n . S
e c r e - her.
lima for film* the patiilou for a r» ried many yaara a*«> am! reared .«« v including many women. The crime foi
Mrs. Davison had been 1
11 for some-
haMrluK by Ilia Siala Supraina Court eral children
However, ha and hi*
( <>lor«*d i copli* met last bundui after-
. . I)ef«-rise of Political PrioonprE nnrt nn»
hu n baati attended to December 16 wife and i Id hi ran have live«! apart for tack on a white *irl Sunday night Af noon at the William, avenue
' “ 1 **™
“ me * nd under * docu>r‘*
nue branch “ > th. front. His appearance reminded
autopsy was held Friday morning
Varimi» *mup« bav re*l»l««rad prola»t» the pant icveral yearn, hi» children ter hanging, the body wa* soaked with Y. W. V. A. The occasion uus the an one of a poet or a philosopher or an of the Tuscaloosa investigators.
artist of some kind or another.
trom first hand and unassailable
nual ••!«•• tk*n «»f officer» About twenty
alili tha Stala Supremo Court. Inflad toivln* grown up amt left home Mean ganollne and set afire.
This neat, trim young man. still in »ources the Committee which he heads and the c* U8e
death was pronouaced
people attended and only a part of the
In* iha Como 11 f«»r Sof la I K« «»nomi«* while Iha father lived a rather quiet
The wtM*k’» previous lynching» were off!* * rs were chosen Clarence lve>\ his twenties, Invited us to sit down; has learned:
lla»aarfh. compoatnl of local profa»»* and imoatentatlou» Ilf«* and w u not those at San Jose. Cal . of two men presni« •
The remains are at the Miller arfd
so. _ he ma«le some . hurried
Not one Negro dared to register this
the f group
he a» _
• « •
»,»*.« tux xi i,iv
tonni man. mol iha Muljnomah Fatlara conaldared capable *»f doing much ban! who li.til confessed the kidnnpiu* and dbl not cart- to serv. as the president
for the presence of an okl year, although 30« voted in 1932.
l.iH In o l n u a
Klux . Klan
ig paradinK wilh
any longer, The office will he filled typewriter on a table close by which
Uon of Cnamphiyad. which mdoread w«nk
He ithl »lit h thin*» a» would murder of Mrooke Hart
he thought marred the appearance of increasing fervency in and around
Iha Jordan confaranca. end adopt»«! a come to hniid fro mtlme to time He
Kchoes of still another lynching lat«
his spacious "reception room. By hD Tuscaloosa. In a letter written by a B O Y K I L L E D A T D E S K
1 * ’«■»lutimi to tha Xupraina Court
and refined manner, no one
io n friu|tianil> ■•«an around duiupin*
J *■ Mlixnd - b » ha» W n a porter
BY MYSTCRIOI A "ULd ET
white rvcideet of TiiHal-ww be found
Jordan. 2» year-old Negro, wa» ar * roil ml». |n»l«ectin* *art«a*a can» and forts were made today to relearn* by for five years in a barbershop on S. would think that Theodore Jordan "had
the folowing words:
"The Ku Klux
rentad ln 1932 and charged with the on httckw'ut »treat» ron»tantlv looking batten» corpus proceeding» four men W Sixth avenue has resigned. Jimmy
Birmingham. Ala.. Dec 1 (A N P » —
that he Is the man whom the Oregon Klan ride often. They were down the
imirdar of T K Sullivan, railroad »le hare and there and »«'arching ev r
nrresed by state soldiers yestenla* Waldron now has the Job.
Supreme Court had just decided should other night in full regalia, over a hun While he sat at his desk in the Riley
want at Klamath Pall» II • wn» triad where u» though he had !o»l mmu The four ar«* charged with partlcip->t-
school at Powderly Tuesday morning.
\V. (\ Becton. barber, who is one die on the gallows
convidad und aaiilaliced by III«1 Cir thing
The day that Theodore Jordan was kies out..one left and hasn't been
iug In the lynching «if a Negro .•*» vera* of our pioneer citizens an«l business
Green Robinson was struck and fatal
received at the Oregon penitentiary, heard from since.”
cull Court of Khuiiaih County.
men Is ill at his home on Kearney st
A f e w month» a*«». Maker liecam«* w«'eks ag«t.
1 was in Salem and out to the prison.
Negroes are now excluded from ly wounded by a bullet which crashed
italica of thin!-«lagree method» of oh- III and. having no one to car«» for hint
As a result, his shop on Glisan Is now
Sams one asked me If I wanted to see theatres where they were formerly ad- through the window. No one knows
titillili* *voi;fe»*ton»". »avan «if which he wn» carriatl to the County Poor F A V O R I T E C O O K K I L L E D BY A U T O closed.
him. I declined because I had pro- mitted.
who fired the shot.
Jordan algned. and one «if which we* Farm, a» no one knew «if any fund» he
The most prominent Negro business
Oiit-of-town guests registered at the mixed myself a long time ago that I
UHfd |o » uh» U* ut lata Iha «IreuttiHt.in hut! with which he might lx» provided Yaaoo City. Miss., Dec. 1 — (A N P l A
Hotel Golden West this week are as
penalty since a most unhappy exper- vors" formerly extended to them by
B R O TH ER SLAYS BROTHER
Hal evidence In the «as» I» nnni»m* for
After a few month» »lay ther*». white dally publishes the following re follows:
tntlch public Inlara»! it » Ih«» fact» be linker died, ami th«* children were no- port :
E M Dusenberger. of New York Ci lenoe 1 had had In trying to save such whte attorneys.
The tmijority opinion tifl«»«l to come and prepare for the
Memphis, Tenn.. Dec. 1 (A N P )
"Moses t.«‘wis, «0. one of tlie most ty spent three days In Portland this grip on niv arms of the victim as he toy good for a nigger" I ave either been
I, a chauffeur for a party ^
gooo ior a nigger i ave either been An arKument OTer a ,etter from thaIr
,.f III.- O regon Suprem e Court. a* writ
A f,.w ()aya foltowlnK Ih.- fun faithful and trusted Negroes of thi»
making a tour o fth«* Pacific North- !*_**!_1
L‘ * I . . K
forced to leave Tuscaloosa or have left
sister Monday resulted in Anderson
I.-II by Justice II.-IHI, <-*.-n w h ile * uh pra| a f„ , r c |ra r|nK a » „ y ,h,. olii fum i- city, and for many years an expert we»t. Hi» employer» stopped at the had he known It could not have been voluntarily.’
talnin* the conviction and i».-"letn ■' |Urr
,1 |Hr»rt1i.d gurment* from lh«> c«Mik In many homes here, was run Hotel Henson and Mr. Dusenberger
,,, th„ V « V n „ i . I,
, rather than die the ignoble death on
" A Negro " who
i e u iunas
ther. Buster Clay, 24 years old.
a» handed dow hv the low«* *r Court, r«x»tn which tha dead man bail nc- over and Instantly kiM«d here by a * PP« o at tht
fin th*. rnrnnr ,*t i
• c-. *
gallows I wanted to do all I could «»iwrnauon lanor L»eieuse was ootigeu
. to le^v* TiKi'aimwa
it«» of <*tipte«l In the city, th«* searcher» at truck driven by another Nsgro, (Maude «m ine corner or Broadway and Eve- ,
go*» »o far a» to »late "W
^or ^or^an on
outside and 1 have. lo iea' e tuscaioosa.
command the proceedur# In the pr< tentlon wa» attraeteli by « pair «if verv I la Id win.
It remained, however, for a little lady
The delegation sent by the National
Inhn sim . .,r n , „ v i
, of the Jewish race who journeyed all Committee for the Defense of Politi-
"A Gregory ambulance was called.
ra**«*d dirty w«irk trou»er* he«*au«a of
Prisoners to investigate the lynch-
Th», me port ty opinion nino rommeni* |h(, many ,,„1, 1,,., |^.,| by curloalty *o hut the *‘a*«*«l darkey" was dead when over In Portland for a day while en
extend a special- invitation to
visit ings was subject to open hostility from
on th« "peculiar clrcumstanc»-* ' *t> make furthi-r examination. th» anarch the ambulance reached the scene of route to lkmnevllle. Oregon.
Theodore. I told
her of my reason the deputy sheriffs who refused to be
Hint the "»nm<- officer* that olitnln.-.I nrn nrn all.-a.-.l to hnvn found ntnnny in the accident.
Mrs Ada Clark, of Billings. Mont., for not having gone before and also interviewed by them and restrained
confession* In tl»- present . « » “ »e re th« niim nf sixty five thmianii.l .1..liara
others grounds: and suspicious politeness from Judge
a nurse-maid. Is at the BeBusoii hotel
Instrumental In obtaining tw«i previous
jn lh#. pgtof,*» ttl„| |n the por
What could I do by seeing him? How Henry B. Foster and Sheriff R. L.
and Joy _____________
R E E M P L O Y M E N T B E G I N S IN K Y . this week.
convUtlons for which Jordan oervcl k|,tJ(
m: n, v' , Vm! !» th\ wl! \
M’’ n w u ! , f,ha,.llblin -'attorney Geueral Thoma, nf aI1 members of the Portland" Flrf
sentence». One of these «ifflcera •»
Sam Jackson, of Bend. Ore. is here
Igiulsvllle.. Dee. 1 — (A N P ) Accord
B?W .*,in<;e.., h .*d ??.* .i°" ? -with the delegation, declared: "H you Department requt6t8 ,he cooperatloa
W <1 Chandler. Southrrn Pacific «!*• N E G R O H I S T O R Y A S S O C I A T I O N T O Ing t«i advice from the Isitiisvilie Ur looking for wnrk.
in response to his letters. All these go
TuS(.aIooM. y'ou wll, ^ treated «>« Portland parents in their 8th ann».al
te< live, who. It I» know n, had »worn
T E X A S F OR N E X T Y E A R M E E T
Ted Mullen, a young man about town
“ ^ opW wou,d in 8"-v «<»er state-campaign to bring happiness to the
to * *«*t” Jordan
Marshall. Texas. Dec. 1 ( A N lM - tive Secretary, 30 per cent of the iso«» was
held in jail Tuesday i.i connec- L n e wMch rem.ined riurmr ^he If you 8,ep beyond r‘'r,“in bounds. I less fortunate children of onr city,
A *row In* number of pr«>fe»»l«»nal
with an altercation with a white bour g |n(erview and only vanlsheii do not know how you will be treated Old broken.dlscarded toys, dolls, and
President Joseph J. Rhoads of Mi»hoi* .men reemployed by the Reemployment lion
matt and Influential leadara «*f pillili«' Colle*«* ha» Just returned t«> the city, Committee f«'r th«* State of Kentucky man and a Japanese. Mullen's bail when grave matters concerning details Xo one can ,el1 * hat wlu happen.
books are ery badly needed,
opinion are accepting the challenge after ten day» trip, on which ht* filled have been Negmes In a special news was fixed at tt'hiO.
0f bis further defense were discussed.
Further information was obtained
They request that you bring them to
for a fight In Jordan'* behalf »Ince th.» «•UKaKemoiitH In \Ya»hin*toii. I» t
As I looked at this young fellow and on the case of Dennis Cross, lynched your nearest Fire Station
Item In the Louisville Courier-Jour
Ii.lv.-rx.. il«rlal<m uf Ih.» Iilrh.-r «'»art
york ( lly. Nl,w lUren. Connectl- nal last Sunday morning. It was stated
'- • r ,
: : ,alk,Ml * lth.hirn' 1 w" 1c" ufir“ rd " u’r ' ° " S,eptember * «
Thi* m»n. » ^
Department Toy and Joy makers will
Graves. !«<»» An gelt s . R. A. I«nrk, 5>t. than ever ln my belief of his lnno- paralytic,
worked in and around a|
. . ..
haa become known Di Virali Ma. MI. c(|| a||(, rh|c, Kn ln Washington he that the National Reemployment Ser
Paul; A W Starks. lamslana; Oscar
.tore known as "Hinton's." Some time I™1* " ' remodel a“J rep* ‘nt the*e ° W
kl«. »h o apok.- al a r«««nt maaa m««t- tll,,|v„r,M|
|,.ym,t# „ddress open- vice bail placed ISO*» men in J«^bfc. Mr. Duncan. larsAngel.-s; J O. I.ewis. Sa- Theodore Jordan Is under
sentence before a Negro had been murdered in ¡broken toys making them just as good
Ina in Jordan l»«h»lf. ma.1« th« follo« (|i(| |h(i ...........„ .„ i,,,, >lf
Southern the store In a dispute arising over a 88 new f ° r Xmas delivery to the poor
Thomas, who Is a member «if the Jef 1» m. Oregon; II. L. Chandler. San Fran- of d«-ath for the minder of n
Th.s Negro woman, said to have been the children of our city.
Ina statement: "Jordan haa. I ani con- |)|( A>mK.|a,|(m (,-„r ,tl stmly of N«aru ferson County Reemployment Body, e ls e . Mr and Mr,. Johnson. San Die- Pacific Steward in June 1932
VIIR.-.I frolli a rarefili »tiidy of ih « , |f(1 H||)| , „ at„ ry
or represents the Negro worker. He m '.
r mr MuVer Ark: >
n « r P' M l yr i m » ^ r ,8p,w87 d
h8y® been com- concubine of Hinton, a white man I ^ s t Yuletlde season, four thousand
( . ( .Muller. Arkanta»; Mr. and mitted In cold blood. No one. after ThprM wprp thrp#1 w«tn4»«-aa. *ii v*. 1
hlatory of ih « raa« an.l th« tr.na.rlpt of , h|1 aaawllltU,n
of ,ta ,ltt states that he expects Negroes to he ing.
moaaoin ■ Dr*,,,,
Ne. . !- poor children had a happy
Mrs. A. K
.. - - —
- HU Jordan
^ ' IV
I a II would
, aU *
•* v lil.-uro,
th « v lo tini of tl(ltia|
Mi»» Alice believe him capable of deliberately **
1. 1 n 8
one or tiuse and cau9e of the Toy and Joy makers of
employed on every one of the 103 pub troup); Mr. A. PruRt;
un iinfalr trial Or la It a fair trial
|,|,.n( v|al- lic works projects now in operation in Timms. Klamath Fall». Oregon; K. B. planning to take anyone’s life
lhe other two were 9ent up on
the Portland F*ire Department, over
of having broken into and rifled Hin-
Dusenberger. New York City.
wliun a man. ar.-al.-il Oli anaplrlon hy |pil (he |lfnr|<|l
, h„ Alm>rll.nn
The thing that Impresses one with ton s store. They got terms of 17 to riftv
These Include river and
hi mniost is th«» spirit which lie
a rallroail offlr«r «h o hatoa litui and (|M Hl>ma Mlaalon Rocl«ty and other dam projects; highway construction;
Mrs. Catherine Byrd, proprietor and He does not complain— Is cheerful— 20 >'ears- in 8Pi,e of th* ,a<•, ,hat aU broken toys were rei,a‘r«,d and reh.v
haa aworn lo K*-t hlm la «ontrhti-.l «¿uratlotial foiin.tallniia, in Ih« Inter- barracks f«*r the Ultliens Conservation munttger of the New Golden West ho smiling showing his guests recent of
»mall amount of supplies taken billtated One hundred and twelve
oa o«a of Mvaa "confaaatoaa" aacnrad M , o(
Hta .i-ut t- Corps and various municipal projects tel motored to Salem on last Monday snap-shots of friends, “comrades”— ina- from the store were found intact.
truck leads of toys were repaired and
hy thlnl d«ar«a m«thi«la. lo «ai-ap« th* Naw ( |„v,.n ,.arr|(>1| hlm Im.-k to Val«
to visit Theodore Jordan In Oregon ny of whom he has not seen, but who
Cross remained as the only witness remodeled last year and over three
tortura of whlch h« wouhl bava alanoil jmiv^rmlty wh.-r« 111- non -'Alila Scilo- G I V E N 25 Y E A R S FOR A C C I D E N T A L State Prison. Accompanying Mrs. Byrd have become Interested in the brave «o the murder. He was charged with thousand dolls were again made -<fe-
were Mr. an dMrs. Jerome Franklin; fight he ls making to save his Hie. “grabbing" at a woman but was re- . . . .
a , „.
a«»«iity coiiteaalona; wh«n tli« proae- |arHhip-- honora In 192.1
K ILL IN G
Mr Revels Cayton of Seattle;
Mrs. Among his souvenirs is the picture of leased on *300 ball, allegedly supplied ,lke for P001" * 'rl8 * nom » « « a Clause
rtttlon la p«rmltt«<l to ilraa tnto thè
Hcgghlant Rhoda announci-il that th«
Belle Taub. of New York City and Ivan aged mother, taken a little while ago by Hinton. The small figure is worthy
have otherwise overlooked.
«Hdenr* all aorta of lrr«levam-l«a ral- lu -[4 a* „ ( on 0f th« Aaaociatlon for th*
Chicago. Ill, D m . 1 (A N P )— Albert Cannady. Mrs. Hvrd presented Mr. Jor- when she came to Oregon In his be- of notice, since had the charge been Three thousand dollars worth of paint
ctilat«d to preludi«« th* Jury amiliiHt H1||(1y of Nour,, |.|fe ,„,rt Hlatory «III Miller fired a pistol at one woman dan with a carton ot "Luckies before half,
a rpa] one no auch diminutive sum furnished by the Portland Paint Club
“Have yon heard front your mother wou|d have been set as bond
was used during last vear's campaign
thè prlsoner. and when. worst of all.
The bullet passed through her arm. taking leave. The party railed on Mr.
George t amiady at his residence on lately . some one Inquired. “Yes'', he
thè proaacutlon ls permltted t«> In-1
then through two windows and Into Court street, across from the capitol. replied. "What did she have to say".
° " September 24. men posing as to repair and repaint old disoard-d
Mann* thè Jury wlth race hutred he C O L O R E O W O M E N A T T E N D
where It killed member* of the household, they left another asked. "O ’ it was the sort of i,eputie9-
lo (ro88 “0U8e'
cause thè defendent happen» to he a
N A T I O N A L C O U N C I L Mrs. Grace Meade who sat listening After visiting with him ami other mein- letter any mother would write to her b 'm *bat 'something had to be d"’“ "
with the increased unemployment
aud and o(her torRiTpn asencles devoting
defenceleaa colored man?"
New York. Dee 1. (A N P ) Dr. Mary to her radio. Miller was sentem'ed to hers of the household, they left for son who Is similarly situated" and he ln connection with his bond.
Of course' took hml out and shot him. Next day.
Itev. Ross W. Anderson, prestdent Warlng. presldent of thè National A»* 25 years In the penitentiary on last Portland.
you know she hadn't heard the news", a local undertaker was told that ,he,r erfort
direct relief the bur-
of ih«* Multnomah t'ounty F«tderutloti sodatlon of Colored VVotnen, headed a Monday.
Mrs. Belle Taub, of New York City, tmeaning the Supreme Court's decls- "there's a dead nigger down the road, deu of supplying most of the toys to
of llttc-niployed and pustor of Lincoln delegatimi whlch attended thè Nailon*
wife of Allan Tjaub. one of the Scotts- Ion affirming
death sentence). You'd better pick him
up." »«o r children will have to be taken
Chiifi h. Portland, expreased a grow al Coundl of Woman's atinual meeting N E G R O W O M A N I N V O L V E D IN
boro Defense attorneys, is busily en
Theodore Jordan admits that there The
committee waa Informed that rare of by the Portland Fire Depart-
in* sentlment agalnst thè method» at thè Vanderbullt tlat»l bere, last
W H I T E T O P E K A S L A V E C A S E gaged In aiding the Jordan Defense has been nothing In his life that would the automobile tracks leading to the ment.
program She Is giving her time and make him any different front the aver- scene of the murder displayed the
rm« to the gigantic task of repairing
usim I In convlctlng and seiitencliig Jor week l)r. Warlng wns thè only votili*
Topeka. Kansas. Dec, 2 (A N P )- -A
talent gratis that an Innocent man will age colored American youth. He has treads of new Good year tires. Hinton's
dall, wlth thè followlng. "The case of r««presentative. but there were about sonant Iona) White Slavery case Involv not hang.
been In trouble before, appaicurly Id*- car a[ao bad new Goodyear tires.
Theodora Jorilan seems to lie nnothnr ten other delegntes ami life members ing a Negro woman was unearthed
cause he was a "smart nigger". He
t-,lrtner Infonnatoln on the findings the Port,«nd Fire Department requests
of those cuhoh where officers, ln des In attendance who hud a voice and all here this week by county authorities
Mr .and Mrs. C. Clemens have nioy Is not the type of person who cringes ()f (hp committee In these two cases ,hat F011 brtt'K these toys to your near-
pera!loll to fix guilt upon some one In other privilege«. Among the life mem who were brought Into knowledge of ed from 720 Union avenue North to 822 and bows ami a.crapes In "Uncle Tom" |g
a, geml,|ed for publication. In est fire station as early as possible
order lo save thler own faces, have hern of the council are Mrn. Snllltt W. the affnlr by a white man who had N. E. Shaver street.
i ° U 8qnare , n ’h* order that he cltlxens of the entire Do It now. Don't wall. If you have no
face and talks like a man to another.
. . . .
succeeded lu having n man sentenced Stewart, who la fourth vice-president. applied to the Negro woman, hut later
Unfortunately, there are people In this c'’un,ry ma>
the significance way of bringing your toys to the near-
to hang, concerning whose guilt there Mrs Mary Mclauid Itethune, Mr*. Ad declined after accepting the terms,
Mrs. Brown Is the new chef cook at^-orld who want Negroes to whimper, ° 2 ,h89e cases, as they already do In e„t fire station call East 4154, and the
Is reasonable doubt. Theodore Jordrn dle Dickerson nf Pennsylvania an I finding the woman he was to see was the New Golden West Hotel grill, sue ¡and beg and cry and cringe. And from lhe Scottaboro case
drivers of the Palace Laundry Com
the history of Theodor. Jordan s life,
A qal1 ,or volunteers to Join a group
wlM plck up your oM toya at ymir
ought not lo die so long ast hora U Mis* Halite Q, Brown of Ohio.
a 14 year old white girl, he thereupon ceedtng J. Kennedy.
It appears that he had the 111 luck to ot observers of the Scottsboro trial to
a.llver them to th. Fir. It.
reason to hold Hint he haa not liait
Mr« Waring left the city after the went to the Prosecuting Attorney's of-"]
hav»> to deal with this type In a series be held In Decatur, Ala . was issued hon" s * nd d'd ver theI" t0 ,be F lr® **•
full benefit of a fair and Impartial council to nililr»'»» meetings of club flee where he skore to a complaint
Mr. Duck Jordan went to Seattle of |ncidpnta
today by the National Committee for partment. Help provide and toys25ttF
trial. That Is his human und American women at Atlantic City and Phllaile) which resulted In the arrest of the Wednesday noght to pass Thanksgiv , Despite the fact that the Oregon the Defense of Political Prisoners. 156 partment. Help provide Joy and toys
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for unfortunate children.
ing at home with his parents.
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