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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 4 December 1920

PALI M llll lUSVSTMi Saturday, Dec I, I-J2U in ii atfrT nfM rf if-i mf r " - - TULSM'S COLROED BUSINESS DIRECTORY MIOIS I-Oll SAI '. Men's, Wom en's and Cltil fni Shoes. All jn- real btirgniii Call al IS Norlli I Igm. GKOKGI MIOK SHOP. V NTKU Three Colored girls , sell l.adieV aniUrs Bell. A ..-! seller. SpirKlnl rccniinivdnii ,..t ppb VX2 Vilh Ktirkroril, It I Hsitey. MSIT THE BBLI. BARHKR SIKH' POOL A. BILLIARD HAM. Cigars I loiwm !.'. V Greenci lia. wkiu. WANTBI) I inanri4 nwislame in our effort to t-suWWi n hiiwleriwrlen for Hie nuns children vslia are idling l- u the tree4. Miv W. II. UI.I.V of !'; North I 1111 Iijs tharae of Hie ork al the 'ml Baptist Chm ill. CLASSIFIED VANT AD COL. lll l ltumer and boarder r srive Limit) slle, 2IJIi h Arch n Mitel. Mr. A. H. lltiff, propric- loi (OI.OKKD HELP WANTED Help wanted lit all times. C.ill .it 107 East Second street. II' YOU do not Advertise YOUlt husinea, don't exptel othr pewule to do U for )ou. ley The Star Want Ads. Tby Iji i ii...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 4 December 1920

THE TULSA STAR. Saturday, Dec. I, 1020. 4 PAGL SEVEN I ' t chair or theology instate BAPTIST COLLEGE To llu. Piislors anil Ministers of Ok liihnuiii, Greetings: Pursimnl to ., vote of the Baptist Slate Convention of Oklahoma in its recent silling at Oklahoma Citv. the lixccu He Hoard of said convention ' when it meets on Friday and Satur-' ( HICAliO'S NEW dn hefdre the first Sunday in l)e- Id'SIXESS VEXTUKI eeiiiiier, win ihkc under advisement Misses C. L. Harris of Tullahassec and C. A. H. (mini of l'orler, who were alt"nilnn (he Stale Teachers' Associalion, were pleasant callers at Ihe Star office this week. They report a pleasant business session of ssociatios. I Hoard ma, have so , t , n!'"n i)l " ,,cw, 1,,,s 1S ii iu .i.iii.,.. ,.,.. ....!...?... .r l(i': l ' '- I"H promoter of the . - 1 1 MV IIML I 11IIIJ1I1 I I IJI I I l III I I 1 . I point, the president of the college is ii-ii-iiji iiMiiiis inose nunisiers who will and reel thai lhe can he de pended upon to take the course ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 4 December 1920

nc.ttat.frr , , , :fe:m , f H e TULS A ST.H R A .1 K.M ITU Kit MAN, 1.1' " '"id IMIthslicr. .J. II NJIlTlliKHMAN Advertising Mimnm'i- II, A. CLANK- Asocial Hilitor ami Auditor KntereTTis Second Class Mnil M.HHt nl Tnlsn. Oklnlionm. SITHSI'IUITIOX HATKS: ,, .... $2.00 One fii r . r(. Six Mouths ;;" ri.iTe Mouths , v : ; v - ' v ' All Subscriptions .Must !). Paul m AclMinre. MMkfcW llir Tt'LS.V STAJt. Saturday, Dec 4, 192). Spreading Christmas Joy CIIKISTMAS is not always n brief period (if Joy and linppi- home. Poverty and its ntiewnng jus him o i licss 1( every 'nlsn where eyi- .... ....i ..r i;r.i In iiiiinv Imnu'K. even i iiiiiiii mi in iiiiwi ..-.--.-,- deuces of great wealth aal riches abound; but, thank (Jod unci ;.dd Welch, every such home in Tulsa will be remembered Christmas day. 'Poo uiiicri can hardly be said in commendation ol the lulsn i ,mu llinnniic Socio! v in its work for the nnt'ortunate side of ...i.'.Hv And i-i..))l here the Tulsa Star desires to laud .Miv Weich a...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 11 December 1920

iiu'tv w w rfff , '' w & X J A. F carles Exponent of. Right vX . ,., . ... .' -. X. Y?' Larger Circulation than all th combined Colorca "weeklies Ip Oklahoma. Read THE STAR and keep in- and justice. i An Uncompromisine: Defender of the Colored Race, We fear only to do wrong; .-N. $v v &L-r I a m. X--1 VVcedv Aaz Bclitlon '''' s-r- .' Ill Sell wiB I ftm a ?' k VOLUME X 11 I S OKI .ll(M 1)1.(1 Ni 111 H 11, l'l-'o NUMBER FORTY-FIVE New Riot Victims! The United States Supreme Court Will Again Be Asked to Review Cases of Condemned Arkansas Men it. S. Supreme Court ill He Again i Asked U Review Cases ol Condemned .Men LITTLE HOCK. Ark. Doe III According to inform.ilion icceivcd here th rase of Robei I Kno. Kd Colinnu. I'M Hicks, Frank Hick-,. Frank.Mooie and l'.tul Mall. cosvict ed for nun (k-r in connection with the Elaine riot carried lo the United Stales Supreme Coin t. 'I hi court litis already denied a petition 1) at torneys for the men to ltview the rases, bill it is expecte...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 11 December 1920

V -CiF TWO THF Tl'LSA STAR, Saturday, Dec V 1920. OKI VIIOMA DIM. RACED GAIN n mob ioi.i;( i: lloltlcnvillc ( ii n Hunt,' Cain loum, Clinrgi . Willi Arnault Wlin Made Hunt- Fight For Life lliililt-nvllli'. Okln.. Dec. Ill Cum l.i win. :i Colored innii, who Ik niiIiI In have been rclciiM'd jiiNl rc iciilly from Ihe Texas t-Milftiliiir .illcr i oiiiplrling ii If ii i n r Iitiii Jm i. iim' wax Imogen 111 l iiigiu I" : telephone poll' in f roil I of Ihe inciiinii Bunk b, ii moii of infuri ated rilicns. Lewis wiin charged .mil liiiil been iilcnlifii'il as Ihe nsuiil .ml of Mrv Kvalinr MoIiiiinom, ii 117 vc.ir nlil while n iiiniin of litis cilv. II is alleged Mini In had over powered imil iiNsmilli'il her while she wiin gathering pei'ims in hci or- hiil'il. Lewis nIhiwi-iI fight when Ihe lomiU offiriMN i .hi him down, fir ilia several shots ill their nulomo- hile before he vurrciuleicd. Uitrr, he ilerlnreil Ii!n Innocence. Iml the nleiilificiilinn li Mrs. lUihinioii was iiccciili'il h Ihe...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 11 December 1920

1HF TTIjSA STAR. Saturday, Dec 11, 1920. page Trmnn 1J'' .LL-3JJ V NOTED tennessee pastoh here Dr. L. S. Neal Tulsn's popular Chiropractor ph.sk'lan, was most pleasantly surprised during the past week by a visit jnadc him by Ins brother, whom he had not seen in many years. The thrice wel come visitor is the Uev. W. M. Neal, of Nasliville, Tenn., who has achieved honor and reputation in his chosen Held. Pastor Neal is connected with the Tennessee Con ference of the M. E. Church, and i hi assigned at Nashville. The nu merous friends of Dr. Neal are making thiuits pleasant for him during his "slay in Tulsa. nies furnishing these services. Tele phone companies in Oklahoma have in excess of 200,000 subscribers availing more than 1,000,000 people of service. Street and electric rail ways have averaged 32,000,000 pas sengers per car lor the last ten years. In the light of these figures it is not necessary to emphasize how closely the lives, happiness and omfort of every man, woman anv chil...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 11 December 1920

- 1 1111 Tl'I.SA STR Sntunlay, Dec. 11. 1920. OUR (his Earth Is The dome of Natural Man I lei ir. make man uflei our lll.i-ness; ivc iloininlim over sea. nnd over tin- s (if Hit' lin mill over nil- eiiuie i u fiirt i. nnil over (illll iinagi lliciii f II in ml III Mil Illll 111 Ibc fish low .ml ill ll iwi cieeping llnnn tlini rrccpetn on ll'if ciirlli. So God dealer lie linn male mill female, crcnlril lie them. iiil Coil blessed Hh'iii. mill Coil said utilo ihfiu be fruitful mul miiltiplv .mil replenish tin- cm Hi mnl subline ..n.l linvn i nllllll III I IIVIT Hie Mill fleets il wrong doing f pei leuce to leiirn the iuil ,i rightful course Iihiiihiii'Ss; seeoml. lie I Slllllll In delimit .1 (lentils of bis wi ule rui. ii f Ibc mmi mul ei Ilie mvvis in in .iir. mul oei ever living thing Ibal movelli upon Ilie enrlb." den. I: C ',x ' flie Divine Might of KinK' to rule Ilie people of Hie enrlb l force or nlberwlse. is ii false doctrine. 11 liml lt.s orli'in with SnUin mid was i.f.,i,.il...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 11 December 1920

TUT TULSA STAR. Saturday, Dec 11, 1020. PAGE FrVE x x x X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X ls X' X t: X X X X K X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X VKHkunni,i.f--.uuMvvnnMjiuiinn,vmMir Keep Warm This Winter! DON'T DEPEND ON GAS. BUY COAL! I handle the best grade and will deliver free Lump Coal, $ 1 2.00 Mine Run, $10.00 Nut Coal, $8.00 Phone Osage 93 1 FEDERAL LYNCH LAW PKOMISKI) HY NEXT (ONGKKSS (A. N. 1 Srrviee) New York, X. Y., Dec. 10 The X. A. A. C. P. has announced th.it Representatives l.eonhlns C. Dyer of Missouri aildi essed a mass meet ing in the Hrookl.vn Acndem.v of Music on December !., at which he will urge tin passage of a federal anli.lv nrhing law. Mr l)er has introduced such a bill in Hie House and Senator Chas. Curtis of Kansas lias introduced a miliar liill in the Senate. Passage, of the measuie is expected in the next session of Confess. Colored Student Excels in Radio Work yMrMKrvr...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 11 December 1920

1MI TI LS sTp Saturday Def V, I'd TULSA S COLROED BUSiNbSS DIRECTORY Xi il'il S roll .i. Mfu'-t, Wom-j . .. 1.1. iil i s una i. mrni s .-woes. " l Call at 18 North .ii' ieai D-trga I IKiii. glow, SJIOI. SHOP, WVVTKD Three Colored g"l' i , s.-ll UdieV Sanitary Jlelts. A I neller. SMendiH commlMion i,.l Apply 1W2 South Morkfoul. U I.. Ilniley. MSIT THE HELL RARHKR SIMM' FOOL & MILLIARD IIAI.I. Cigar tc Tobacco '.'I. N. (irfennnodl TmIkm, Okla. WANTED I in.iiH'iiii iiMnlance in mir effoit ,,, cvluhlnUi u kindergarten or l.e ni.nn children who are idling u; i.ii the lrerM. Mrs. W. II. I.H.I.V of :W-'j XM!h J igui lm charge of tl work al 1 if ji,d BaplM Church. CLASSIFIED WANT AD COL. .. tSll.ll Ki.iiiinri ami lioardt i r serve fanul) t)lf. 2IW L. An :i i Street. Mrv A. I'. Ilutt, propn (OLORKD HELP WANTED Help wanted at all lime. GjII ,1 107 JumI Second treet. !! YOU do not Advertise YOl'H busmen, don't expect other peopie i do U for you. I ry The Star Want Ads. Tk y hung resulU. WA...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 11 December 1920

7 Hf Tt'I-SA STAR Snturdnv, Dec. 11. 1020. PAGE SI S W?!IS? 0FFERED ,N f BRAZIL FOR THRIFTY PEOPLE OF ALL RACES llJj I'lto Assiuiut l Nigro 1'rt-ss) i Cll.i.iK'. Dei. 10- ItuL.il.tu ol hie Uli.'.Hi'.ul inluiM 111 lln- l)0,il)ih lies of ming in amuh ii.l-iici, the Assiit'iiilcd .xegro Press lias held n cues of inlerxiews wilh hi-orge It. mho, .i man ol our. group, who lias rcccntl. u-ltii iii-d" from that coiiliiiiMit, with uniiiing stones of what tloloii'd ii-i)li- ma iimim. piisli. "hurls in Ihe MimiiUT of l'J2ll," ns Air. Haiiiho, "in cniiipuus with two Chicago anil one West Virginia gt'iltluiiiiiii. 1 made a tup trum New York lo Itio Ik- Janeiro, oil one ol I iu- hnglMi ships pljmg between these cities. We had heaid mtinx wonderful sloiies of the gic.ilm.-AS of thai i-ountis. Hut nothing we had heard, it developed were equal lo Ihings we saw. "Uniil is a republic, the consti tution and law m.iUng bodies being er similar lo those of the 1'nitcd Stales. A law abiding foreigner lias...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 11 December 1920

THF 1TI.SA STAR. Snrurdny, Dec. 11. 1020. v- w T H e TULS A SJM R A .1 S.MIT1IHI5MAN, Ji!i ami Publisher. bilittb tin .Idiins ut nur prrsillagiirtl onti mpura' NEXT WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS AT THE DIXIE THEATRE xf 1 II SMITU'KKMAN Advertimiif: Mim.ii V. II, i, CliAKK Assnciitli' Ktlitiu mill Aiulilor KutMi'i' as- Seenml CImsh MimI Mii'er 'it TiiNn OUInhninn SI'MSClMPTinN HATES- One Year .... .Sfx Month's ... Three .Months All Snhwcnptftilm .Miln l k'.i (111 l.'ll 1 on I'nid in AtlViun-e. t(,F. EIGHT alaPi t . Nailing (VV nil .i.i.li.ic Illl. VrU IS MIT in lb. .! i f a .i iliitiion of the Inler raei.ij confriruie ,u OkU purpose sought by this eonferiiw. Ihi hulk n wbite man who must liear the fjreitr' measure if we are tn utilise by white attendance at tins t as callril will fall " fliiMemlisntimi unless a i in the while man Vour or five liiiiiilreil robin licians in Ijnejl of personal glories, no milter aboul the things so much neejeil, without Ihe 1 Oovernor Uolieniwn l a itrc.il man jiu...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 January 1921

St We A. Fearles Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. VOLUME X WEALTHY NEW YORKERS LAUNCH BIG FINANCIAL PROJECT (Hy Tlic Associated Negro Press) New York, Dec. 30. A project is on foot to opci a stock exchange in Har lem for the trailing in securities of corporations owned and managed by Colored people. The proposed name is the Harlem Stock Exchange. The sponsors of the proposed institution arc said to be negotiating for a build ing at Seventh Avenue and 1.18th St. The plan calls for the issuance of $100,000 stock in the corporation man aging the exchange $25,000 -commoi) and $75,000 preferred. The par value will he $5 a share. There are said to be more than 100 corporations in New ork owned by and selling securities to Colored people. Hanks, real estate companies and other business arc in cluded OKLAHOMA FARMERS SELL COTTON FOR LESS THAN OTHER STATES Growers Association Has Remedy Oklahoma farmers were receiving...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 January 1921

a I'Mti; two Till: TUI S STAB, Saturday, Jaiuur I, 1021. WE DO ALL OF OUR OWN PRINTING AND WE ARE PREPARED TO DO YOURS ,MMMMMMMMwwKKKMKKKMtKKKKKKKKKK 5WlHWlllMHr.nHHll.l'.HllltllHt,.t.l....,.,.t,. ...: r.nK vtrw vt..wiw.wi ww v 5 - I X X X X PREPAREDNESS 1 s PROMPTNESS IIIMl I DEPENDABLE TO THESE THREE ASSETS WE OWE OUR SUCCESS IN BUSINESS V . k r ., K X' 3 v tmhiw III X QUALITY PRIN A ING is 'o be found in every job that goes out of our plant. Wc use only the best grade of printing materials and every customer receives the same consideration. Our prices, based upon conserva tive business principles, are always fair. IEEIress ARTISTIC PRINTING is made easy and pleasurable because we have everything necessary for artistic work of all kinds. If you must have printing, you ought to have the best. WE DO IT. We take orders for cuts and will design your work. Color Printing a Specialty Phone o. 931 The Tulsa Star Printing & Publishing Co. Tulsa, Okia. s x BOOK, COMMERCIAL PRINTERS, BI...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 January 1921

THE dOCTRINE OF ETERNAL TORMENT AND MONEY COLLECTING IN CHURCHES Are the Most Blasphemous of God's Character Than All Other Errors Combined. The doctrine of eternal torment waj introduced bv Punacv to scare the pagans and make tlicm join her system and support lie- Pricst- fliood. It nourished at a time when bull Hunts and gladilonal contests Were the public amuse ment's most enjoyed. This doc trine of etornal torment flourished when Hie crusaders were called Holy wars, and whtn men and wo men were called heretics and often slaughtered for speaking contrary to the teachings of papacy. The majority of the clergy have spent and arc yet spending most of their ttmj scaring tne people into the churches, telling them to join and escape eternal torment anil when the people get into the churches and put their names on the roll, they are made to under stand tiiat the Lord wants them to keep up their various church dues, iniiuditig a fat salary to the parson build the church houses, etc. They...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 January 1921

',4Hi1 mH THH TULSA STAR, Saturday, January I, I92I. PAGE FOim OKLAHOMA STATE NEWS OF INTEREST REVIEW OF EVENTS IN STATE OF OKLAHOMA THE Plow Lands Show Increase of 25 Per Cent In One Year; Sweet Potatoes Lead. Based on tho stuto assessor's sur rey for 1919, tho tnblo showing the percentngo of prlnclpHl Okluhoma crops produced In imch district of the Itato points toward tho noithwost nnd porth central portions of tho stuto as Iho Greatest wheat producing nroas while the central, south and oast con! tral areas aro tho banner cotton and torn producing districts. Kafirs, ac cording to Ihu table, aro giown at piost ontlroly In tho central and north rn parts of tho state, as aro broom corn, alfalfa and sorghums, canes and ludan. Crop Diversity In Evidence. According to tho acrougo in crops tho con t nil north to south thlid of Urn Itato la agriculturally tho most Impor tant A groat diversity of ciops Is raised in this section, but tho princi pal ones, arranged according to acre igo, aro ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 January 1921

-' THE TCLSA STAR, Saturday, January I, 1921. PAGE FIVE )- Lr &. r 3 2fo X i x X IT fB r is; t Q, i 1 B-3 THE EAST INDIA "3 C a Mr w e-HOWhlt. the remedy contains meilical projicrlies that go to the roots of the Hair stimulates the skin, helping natuie to do its work. Leaves the hair sort mid silky. Perfumed with halm of a thousand llowcrs. The best known reme dy for Heavy Beautiful Black Ko Brows, also iestores Gray Hair to its Natural Color. Can lip n .a m s n H W H W a H W used with Hot Iron for Straightening. Pi ice sent by Mail, 50c, 10c Extra for Postage. AGENT'S OUTFIT l Hair Grower, l Temple i 'Oil, l Face Cream and Di Oil, l Shampoo, l Pressing rcction for Selling, $2.00. 2oc Extra for Postage S. O. LYONS, Gail. Aot. 31G N. Central, Oklahoma City, Okla. m- a -. Look At This W& buy and sell all Icincls oT Second j Hand Furniture. Call the Blue Front Furniture Company jj Nr. 4 IS. Main St .' THE GOODS X t! X X X X X X X, i X X X X X X X X X GOOD GOODS OR THE SALE IS N...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 January 1921

yWM. -JUL TVMAt KK Umter. Shows L K3T TULSR'S COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY A, t". rL jd4m h-fWte ;w 1 3(B VV"HUS tt rm uJJUt. ifrMi am OM4fi m. fMKtiMJi . ivi ic , pframm. jm i i 'i rj, mtAk mt. $my. rr 'mz hull Msanm. &itr VOiH, t, fULUMW HMA, tU , &ha& '$&, (KUA vtMmm s -m 44. m ,tr idftmTt tj, mn1m im Ma W M iJIJ.t rf Mftt ft . .. . .... -i - : fctt 'JMtV " VfZ s PW 24 oi.AM?irixn vfjsr ad cwl. 'i , Ur A. H. limit, imw- im, (JHJ)UKIi itnw wjrinu tU, ti4 )A nit ttmm, QiU W Titl & iM My.ttit WUH Ht. (Urtft r.HuA tti-r yf fa U tor )M. in w f vi m. 7W Ikt ItMAU., '(.KIM WHM'.l'Ji,4tM, tAu 4iUtc t't'rtm, wA DfuuttmAutiftn. 'J vl Kimt. I'tuiH t)vtyi J 77. Vlkllfll 'M...1 LiJ. .. f.4utl I fintfrir -.. "J ri f MtttUli, fixftt hie pun l ifig iimMl m Vr'A ik U. Ct) Owe '. MMUIUUi MAmi'.UUm only. Hum, Guh, turn iimiiu, i'tA M&wuAutUiiH 'ho Omit W. tfy U, hwhr, Uik. II. I), Ihu lutn. i'lih HtlHT-li ftM Uy 'l twU Yo ifin lion, utrntr lot, Y". iiookiti r. VnxUtnitttm AiUI...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 January 1921

i i i Tv i THF. TUl.S STAR, Saturday, .Tunuan I. 1021. PAGE SEVEN m US ifiVS rag ill rfS&& We Wish for Our Patrons A Happy and Prosperous New Year 13 sac kCPJ I 5e3$ kri.q North Main Department j Store 1 09 North Main Street m Phone.Osage 5990 Tulsa, Oklahoma Wl VC: ?'& ViW? grosevj 33 e5,fe msm8B& itfssassMsfirssiz ' 3fc8K wwsatf iA7.vcvTTr7iv v !. i ij .. vurnu.1 w ilm i rrw -- r w- n --n , , va -w.r-j twm mm.T. wvikw JUMSIK IWirMMiBiBiMja tr&r tC5 Wfl WOULD URGE U. S. TO BUY GERMAN AFRICA Senator France Has His Eye on Rich Continent Formerly Owned by German Empire (Uy The Associated Negro Press) Baltimore, Md.Dcc. 30. The de velopment of Africa and the recently owned German colonies in that con tinent by white and Colored Ameri cans was advocated by Senator Joseph I. France of Maryland, in an address recently before the National Associa tion of Colored People at the Acad emy of Music in Brooklyn. Senator France suggested that the Allies fix the German indemnit...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 January 1921

llli: TULSA STAB, Saturday, Jnnnnry I, 1021. IWGE LIGHT x t TH6TULSH STAR A. J. SMITH HUMAN, Editor and Publisher. J. II. SMITH HUMAN AiheitisiiiK M.nmjror II. A. CLAKK Associate Editor mid Auditor Entered is Second Class Mail M ilier lit 'ulsn Okllioma subscription katebi One Year .' 2.00 Six Months 1"0 Three Months '00 All Subscriptions Must be Paid in Advance. A GOOD BESOLUTION lo larl the year with is tlmt von will read the Star regularly anil pav for it Hie same way. IP AN FLECTION of oilv ofliel.ds was called lor Mondav, how ma ny vote:.' would the republican administration gel? Answer.: A loiijj line of ciphers, no doubt. AND WITH THIS comes imr best widies for n llapp :uwl Pio.poro.is New Year. FINDING COMMON GltOUND (I'liladclplua I'ul.lic Lodger) A COUNTRY is not at peace and its people me not happy till racial frictions are allayed and racial bigotry ii dispossessed; Ijll everv iui migrant natonality lias lemned lo live on terms of law and older with every other. F.urnpe ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 15 January 1921

T :V 'V7 ycf's -a. - -. .. '"-CO A r carles Ssposcrit cf Kijrct and justice An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Rncc. We fear only to do wrong. VOLUME X EQUEST "Anglo-Japanese Alliance Denied" ( ssociuled Ncgio Pi ess) London, .Inn. 1.". Lord North cliife, in a -.(atemunt denies thai tlie Anglo-Japanese alliance would require Grunt Britinn lo assist Ja pan in any war against Ihe I'nited States. lie snys in pari: "When this (Anglo-Japanese) alliance was revised in ,lul l!)ll,a clause wih inserted, stipulating that nothing in the agreement should entail upon either conrtacl ing part an obligation lo go to war against any power with whom a tieaty of general arbitration had been concluded and w.is in force. "I'icsident Tatt had concluded with (neat Hrithm felt Hint as this treat might be out of harinonv with the alliance Ihe latter should be modilied and .so brought into harmonw with Ihe Auslo-Ainericnn arbitration treat. "It is an important fact that this revision and renewal o...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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