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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 18 July 1913

HF v A Fearles; Dp fender of .ao-ht and Justice Read liy Everybody The Best Adver libi: g Me J mm , for good Results. iky in SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR Vol. 1, No. V TULSA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JULY . H btibscription 1.00 Par Year I War On Against The Low Element HE. I ILIiLiBll klK I Mil VI i t 'K Chamber of Commerce And Takes Steps ditions In Tulsa., The Tulsa Star Endorsed Commended for Its Fight for Decency and At a call uieling ol the Tulsa Coloied Chamber ol Coniiueicc lat Tuesday nigul a imiiiltui- ol' representative rillens met and deehued open war against the mi del-world in 'I'll I- , and If the plans ol' this oigaui.iitinn aie vig ilaull.r carried out the Coloied citizuiufUhi4 lovMi-uill.liuve.bul u iace. for the decent eole both white and black against vice and iimnonilit.V. The call meeting of the Chamber of Commerce was the reMilf or the disgraceful scenes which ocemied on North tiieenwuod last Sun day. The decent people in the Hast Had were so aroused ovei the ile di...

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. — 18 July 1913

TULSA. OKLA., STAR CROP CONDITIONS IN WESTERN CANADA AfVe TH-E MOST PROMISINQ FOR MANY YEARS The deepjst Interest I attached o the condition of the grain cr.i In Western Canada, especlall arcing the thousands In tho United S'a'es who aro flnanclall) Interested In lai.ds In that country. Thto Interest Ib f jI! an great among thos- who hare friend there following farming and tho growing of grain The report from Carad'an govern ment officials convey th In'jrma in that the area under crop th's )car 'n tho province of Msnltob Saska'rhc uan and Alberta will probibly be no greater than that of lint ear I-as' fall tho weather ws.h such that there was not as much fall plowing as had hnnn linnnrt fni- Tho fnttlri(? rAaHl nt land thin spring miide a considerable portion of the grain late In feeding Notwithstanding this, win at, oats barley and flax were got In In good shapo, nlthough from a week to ten days later than last year On the 27th of June th" reports regarding crop conditions generall...

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. — 18 July 1913

1 TULSA, OKLA., STAR M--M--MH"i"M--M-t-MH-H--l--M l-M BLOW IN 1HE DARK How Strange Trick of Fortune Offered Avenue of Escape for Murderer. By JOHN R. ADAMS. MrB. Udlth Durham bowed slightly o tho gentleman who took his seat beside her at her table aboard the trariB Atlantic Mcamshlp Tho cird upon hlH plate rend "Mr Durham." and ctldontly tho Hew aril had ml" iukcii mm for htr luiRband Sho smiled n little tit this, boiause her bus - Dana was not accoinpanjlng her to low lork. They had imrchnspil tickets, hut an unforeseen accident bad prevented him from .tccompaujlng her. Her IntereBt In the Btranger who flo calmly usurped John Durham' scat was therefore awakened Their com creation uas of the usual polite, fragmentary order common to ocean trailers at their tlrst mo.il The Becond meal, next morning, found them almost alone at the table, foi n stlfT gain had kept the others below. This time they discoercd mutual friends nml Interests In Ixnidon. They paced the deck together, and It wa...

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. — 18 July 1913

TULSA, 0 K L A STAR THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publishing CO. Published Every Friday at 501 North tircenwood Street. qq1 View in and rtreund Sown. -4Mvt4'W-KW HiituroU aH Mui'on.lolsHH UMtliir April M. 1U1:I, ut tins 1'utit Ullii'u at TiiU'i Oklahoma, umlor tlio Act of Alarrli U, 1H7U. .A.. I. HMl'l'lIliillMAN v, u. OAllTlilt Oiiu ytwr blx MontU Tliruu Moutli 8UIISCKIITIO.V ItATUS ti:uioi t Ol.NKIIAI. islti, HUmiNkt-h Miii . i 1.00 xo .35 hurhv- h Vsf "u (yvu-x v I'niit Tim .; 5C7-, - ie.vf .nf k, i.IOJ yj. I'm- V.hi Ir"-, v iii it .Vow . ' I'm it in the iilav want column for ipiick icsull. ii Why mil a Colored pop factory for Tulna".' It would be a paving investment. -o Tulsa in KttiiiK the reputation of being a inui-tlcr town, be cause wo few murderers and would In- assassins lire convicted here. if tlie Salvation Ann. wiihIh lo gie tin- woilliy mioi- aiiloiuoliile oiiliut'H, dinners, etc., tin- editor of tin Tulsa Star should entne in for a good .shnic. o The meeting of the Chamb...

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. — 18 July 1913

V The two WW's, Makers of High Grade Clothing Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing and General Repairing 'Second Hand Goods for Sa'e AkciiIi for .ViiMinunil Uhii'dii, CIiIciikom leuUliiir MIINhihI lluiilliiKloti Tailoring I'D' illuilctik-.Mt-n-liiint 'lnllnm ul Chlcuu. 1000 Fall and Win or Fabric to pick from 00 Spi-'og and Sum mei patterns at a discount of 10 per cent A Cap Free WALKIUlANIi WILIIf M:. IToprlrlciii. fliourSJTI I'artivs IIiiIIiIIiik Ms i:. An-lda FOR SALE 1013 Moille, .Motor Cycles and lloter Heats ui bureau prices, all mikes, brand i.ou mix-hiiics, on easv monthly pnymi'iit plan Go I our pi-.) i i'li'i b'foiv btyin; or yon will regret it. i-hn bargains in umhI Moti-rCwliM Write - t nla Enclose Stamp for roply Addles:) hock ISjx 11 Trt'ittoii Mich GREAT REVIVAL. Going on at lit. ion Hiipt t church, on Hint fort St., l)r ,1 S I.a delle of Ark is doing the preaching standing ro. in is a picmium. Many are coming fi rwnrd All of Tulsa should bear pieach. F. K. Wbiiv, lWr Ladies wh...

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. — 18 July 1913

V TULSA OKIA STAR SAVED FROM OPERATIONS NOTED BAND AND SINGERS AT OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR V VTTTfTITfcfl "Ml rmRRiwiD Two Women Tell How They Escaped theSurgeon'sKnife by Taking Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. vUl IVHilN VHiL 1 T MS 7 -nk. VAt V vi JIAK vL&s -9 mi Mjii Olive Esom Scharf, Soprano, at State Fa r The fan js Na'!ellr Hand has been ereagr i r ife 5nrir Annual ( " J i. ' J r f a a " - . to Oc- "b'r "' '''' '-!. if th 8 baai w be tV i I a' ! (tc'ont. Mirk f i t on - I iff a soprano of iwu .-1. has . jst computed a - ' I " r of tin , ipi titles of Kurope Kerwhr Bhe was a favor ite h th rtar M'lrm' on of homo of the leading orchestras of this coun try ..I,. I ' 'onita of tho German Opera Company, Miss Scharf hat aolne i U n ,, ii success Sho In a joung. cornel) woman Hor voice U hnracterUed by sweetness and finnan. In solo work she is unexcelled. Another famous jololnt accompanying the. band la Joseph C Ilamser. a taniotiM. who tanki with the inoet popular fingers In...

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. — 18 July 1913

TULSA, OKLA., STAR CIIRMNS WS FREE RANGE FOR CHICKENS Ample Room May Be Provided With Assistance of Modern Wire Fen cing and Few Posts. Tho oh) method of free rango ncod not necessarily be changed The fowls should not, however, bo allowed to run at will within tho garden or In and nbout the frm buildings. Noth ing Is more aggravating or disgust ing than to havo tho nlco vegetables or beautiful flowers scratched up, and the doorsteps, tho porch, tho barn floor, and the farm machines fouled with poultry droppings. Separate the poultry also from the other live stock of tho farm If tho fowls are to bo kept near tho farm buildings, provide nmpla rango enclosed by modern poultry wire fencing. Tho latter requires ordi narily but a few posts, Is easily put up and has a very neat appearance when in position. Another way of separating the fowls from tho center of farm operations la to placo tho linn houses at a consider able dlstnncc from the farmstend. In a pasture where tho fowls will have ...

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. — 18 July 1913

Ff i T II M A O K I. A c, T A. R ja2nfOTVv'-r.Ma ,.tte&tt:ti.iAVivi3?'W'3a,&aii '. . K- G&,mtifitt1ZABMKM&Sl , ' ft. pw i vi K"? DO You Read siO A 15 "y i I AKf ne M 1 I ) SADlli JOHNSON M (J I I I ED IN MI'KDI'-k ASI (Continued limn pit;'" "in) evidently thought that !. sup plications .uhI petition1- to tin Loid from tin- woman mold not possibl) put liim lo any gnalir disadvantagi, as lie smilingly replied: "TliM Ml be alright my dear inadain; tell the Lard .in "dam" tiling ' w's1' " a K WILL LECTUR.i. FOR LIBRARY 'I 111-. Rev, l'etcy Niekcrboi-kct om of the leading miniMi-is of tliis city will dclivet an addti.su in xt Ftdny night at the Vnnan A M.F. chinch undci the Hispid. of the I'ttbli'' Lil.rary at Ki.hI nig R.ioin. )x Nickeiboel.it is pastor of the Hoton avc 1 I. chinch. iv-v . ; BIG PICNIC AT A..CITT LAM. C We wait eon i" become one of Ut'H RI'.ALl'.RS Von; wife, yourdntighh i orut 'en would emoy roa.Mng 111 15 TtTLSA STAR It is a clean, new-y and spicy pape...

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 August 1913

TULS&ST&I A Fearles. De fender of Kight and Justice Reaa by Kvevybody Tho AsLt ' er tisi MrM'i-in3 for foo'.l Fe&u ts. i uv IT! SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR Tl LSA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, AUG. 1 1UI Vol. 1, No.38 Subscription $1.00 Par Ye.-r Editor Threatened With Violence! i. Charley Gibson Defies The Press, "Bad-man" Policeman Dilliard Conspiracy The "Gang" Offers to put up Won , ey to Defend Man or Woman Who Kills the Editor Investigation Untler-way With Starting Fact to Follow The Unlit for nublie decency is waxing warm in Tulsa and each insue of the Star adds fuel to the flames. So much so that threats of violence are freely made against the editor of the Tulsa Star, who will not he intimidated by any one, but will iiersisteutly wage the bat tle. What now seems- a plain con spiracy between a police ollicer and u "soieheud" to do violence to the editor was brought- to light last Saturday, when the editor was halted on the street by one Charley Gibson, who demanded In kn...

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 August 1913

TULSA, O K L A., STAR The Anderson Grocery . i T" , We are dealers in first-class line of Groceries and Market Meats We cater to our customers. Wc give Special Attention to nil Orders and Deliver Promptly. Tr; Us when you Order again. C. L. ANDERSON, Proprietor PHONE 2475. 3" N. GREENWOOD ST. Uncle Ben's Loan Office 103 SOUTH BOSTON. SCENE OF BLOODY STRIKE RIOTING . ipWrtlfiY.'fV .. ."V1- A-" lf'ftflH .A BBSL. -S "JILi "I 4 .. iiBfTf WBBagpyS8- st,' Our Illustration bIiouh n giVeral view of Johannesburg. South Africa, whoro tho strlUe of minors lias lesulltd In blooily battli-H with the oldler ami iiullcf Tim Inset shown a tplcul croud of colored miners BY ORDER Nicholas Savin, Adventurer, Re leased From Riga Prison. International Swindler, "Man of the Hour". In ftutila. Now Earns Hon I et Living Was Street Car Conductor In Chicago. Mubcuw N'Uholas Savin, tho no torluua HiiHKlan adventurer who calls liluiM-lf fount Nlrholas di) Toulouse l.aut I co. Iuih hi 11 lelc-imed from pi In ii...

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 August 1913

TULSA, OKLA., STAR l KX POLISHED FLOOR NEEDS CARE Methods by Which It May Do Mad. te Last Long and Always Appear at Mi Beit Tho first atcp In polishing a soft wood floor Is to boo that It Is perfect ly smooth and clean. It It has bcon already painted or varnished tho stains should bo removed with strong ammonia and thorough scraping, when all cracks and dents should bo closed with putty and a "filler" applied all over. This can bo purchased at most oil and varnish Bhops, and should either bo mixed with & llttlo color or a sufficient quantity of floor stain should bo aflded. Tho filler should bo put on with a flat brush or piece of cloth and worked In ono direction with the grain of tho wood, whllo on completion of tho process tho room should bo closed for 24 hours. At tho end of that tlmo the boards should bo rubbed until thoy Bhlne, with a long handlod, heavy weighted broom, over which a plcco of carpet has been tacked, and this process may bo re peated ad libitum. Finally tho ...

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 August 1913

'1 U lb A. O K L A.. 8 A E THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publishing CO. Published Every Friday at 501 North Greenwood Street. ICutureil ill luooml-cljhM m ittnr April II, 1I)I!I, tit Lint I'lmt Ollit-o lit 'I nlv:i Oklahoma, umiur tliu Act il .M.ncli :t, lb?U. xioH View? in and ground fawn. J-W-VW-J- y . IIURliV ?sJ&.-i V I'linl 'I In' ,- , X M-w Jitby. i WMMIMMH'W Mis sum .cr (ii ipnci - "i "" pi. . ... ... ni.ll fimii ..in .& A. J.HM11 HIOH.MAJV W M. CAK'l'li'M iLllllOH Ac llllNKKAI. MIIK, lflMINIt.-M MIIK ... .frwiOi I Vim i. ii U .Now jv Hnltimuic Cafe !.- ' (a-X Iisr viii i I -i mme VT -v HUliSOItll'TIU.V HATKH Uu year Wi lluuth lhroo Mouth 91.00 .CO NOTICU TO ALL MONTIII,Y ,Sl It.CKI lillltS Pease lcmetiiLcr that inn collector will cull and see VOl' on iliiTKiist of the inoiilh for wiur siiUciiption for pieieeding month. No one is u subscriber to piper unless he or she has piiid in Advniiio. T1IK STAR PRINTING CO. lion? t'ut it iu the Star want column for quick results. i...

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 August 1913

K! ' .t'MSr , Kir VrVBHiHHI '' I)R Ill'MPIIRLY Giand Pioticlor Of thu Knights a(Td Ladies or Ilohor, or Oklahoinc and Jurisdiction Of which the Till ca Star is Official Oigan Send u.s Lodge News from your towr, also oflicers and meeting uights for publication. Dont forget your subscription and your Job Printing Address all printing matter to The Tulsa Star Printing Co. 501 Gieenwood -kllUBIHHI TO THE COLORED OITIZHXS OF TULSA. The editor ami ninmigci- of the Tulsa Stiir i.s making uu pai-nosl effort to give to the colored cit izens or our city u good, clean anil newsy weukly newspaper, in the interest of Tulsa and the col oreil ieoile of Tulsa, Itciucinltci that it is your ji.iiK.-r, your mouth piece ami 3 our protection, there fore, we earnestly appeal to you as 1411IHI cilie.ns and lovers ol nut pride and progress for youi support. Not in talk or coiiipli nieiit of our work and efforts, but by your ('ASH, of which we are much in need to run the business and give you the kind of a ...

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 August 1913

TULSA. O K L A STAR V BIGGEST RACING PROGRAM IN THE STATE FAIR'S HISTORY .High clam harness omt running races will fenturo tho amusement card of tho eovcntlt nnminl Oklahoma Stato Pair and Exposition, Oklahoma City, Soptcmbor 23 to October 4, 1913. Ono of tho biggest racing programs In history has been arranged, calling for purses aggregating something llko $12,000.00. With tho exception of tho two trotting divisions of tho Southwrstern Futurity for two and three jcar oWh, already closed, all tho trotting nnd pacing purees will ho $500 each. Entries will closo September 1 nnd nil money will ho divided according to tho point systom. Tho following events will ho featured In tho dally racing program: Troltlnii. Nn. 1 Routhwi-ntorn Kulurlty, 2- ycnrold trot (rlosrd 1.000 No. 2 SoiilliwcBlorh mtllrlty, 3- cflr-old trol (closed 1,300 No. 3? 'rt irot 60'' No. 3 iM trot COO Nb. B 2 20 trol COO No. 8 2 18 trot 600 fid. T 2 Ifi tr.il GOO Nb. 8 2-12 trot COO Economy Drug Store Dealers in Fresh...

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 August 1913

U L S A, OKLA,, STAR mmmm mmm T I ra-ii 'mm ! - - - I The real black belt of tlio United States Is not In Mississippi nor South Carolina, but In tliu great farming districts of Delaware and tlio eastern hore of Maryland, n writer In the New York Sun asserts There are not so many colored people In this region, but they are a good deal near er pure black. Yellow folk never were numerous, but they are getting fewer, and theru In a distinct reversion to ward the pure African type. This Is attributed to an enforcement of caste lines even more rigid than In slavery days. A Blnglo drop of African blood condemns ltd owner to classlllcatlon with the colored people. Such per sona of mixed blood as remain In the rural parts of the border states find that they are not socially advanced by their Caucasian Inheritance, and they often marry with the blackest of their neighbors. Such marriages are has tening the reversion to type. A Bklllcd enthnologtst could assign many of these people to their pr...

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 August 1913

1 TULSA, OKLA., STAR In writing the opinions of tin nun; on constitutional queritloii". ami u V ' demanding a tboroiiHh Kra or iliu fundamental prlnoliili'H of novel tun ,,', the lion's share of the work hat t.M. n to Juutlco WIlllnniH, mid inopeih t , for ho born u roimpleuoiiH uul in frainlUR thut constitution mil I . 11 mout lunlouri In vltiillrlMK tin )irf;i cljilen thureof. A fow wunU about Judi'.o Willi im. tllll IIIHII, Will not III1 IttliHH Hi' wry Kuncrully referred to jib "lloli" That In Itrudf in proof that hi' ' a i real, ruil blooded, roiiip.uiloiinlih' Im iiihii hclnx. On the lii'iich l' Ih .1 man of uflulm. a IiiwIiiokh iii.ui .if ri-roKMzeil iililllly, nml In- tnl,' a j li'iulliiK part In thi' development n( , the country In a IiiihIiicsb neiiie I Tim JuiIko Imp an aliwirliltiK Inter. r In fiirm life. Hi' wan horn and r i i . 1 on a farm, nml Iiiih always maintained IiIh Ititerent In tin' f.umlni: liiilimtrv. .Jlo h.iH u f. 1 1 in mm. and olio of hi IioIiIiImh In tin...

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. — 8 August 1913

HE Iff 1 A Fearless De ender f High land J uoce Krail liy Kvrvjbody STTSSi SUCCESSOR TO THF MUSKOGEE STAR Vol. 1, No !() 11 LSA, OKI 1HMA. AY, Al C s I'll .pi nil' 1 iy$ I" Spwsbb lm i&& W? Proclamation orrwi: or tin i ruorrvroii a (vx i ; laiii:s or i. i.-im i or tin: would. i S;ipulKi, Oklalioiun, An trust fi. iOIJt To all the Subordinate Lodge, Officers and Memliers, Greeting: In accordance with mv proclamation calling our Grand Lodge m the city or Wagoner. Okln., July 21 ''.-., UllU. The session was hugely attended autl fullv cnjnved liy the delegates ami representatives. Channic Smith Lodge No. !lt! hud everything well arranged anil all tin delegates' departed with a life long ixMiienibranee of I lie good mem Iters of the Phunnie Smith Lodge. Our (Jrand Lodge session from lipjriuninj; lo end proved to he the best delegated sess-ioii that ever met upon Oklahoma soil. N'o confus ion, ni strife orenvy. I.ovo, iojp. virtue and eliarity, the foundation upon which our noble o...

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. — 8 August 1913

1 III! I,. TULSA, 6 K L A STAR mun t-rr -r. m m. 7 --t4 ; ' 1HL lULSi S1AR C Printingand Publfshin'gfiQp Published Every Friday at 501 North Ghfcn wood Strict. '4 f7 Kpg nMMiWc- Uutoruii as nuouiul ulu nutlur April II. IU13, .it tl.u l'uil Odiuu ,it luUa UlUtiokiH, uuiiui lliu Act ul .Muit'li J, lSill. mni 'tonkin' nnS'Mnmd &6wn. u YVV rlVII1 !' r wr j. .... ...... i ..'nillll'nll'HI II iiimniiMiiMimi iwrT - '.T . . nr Tl.n Opening Vublic ueeiinj; -.- - JZQ ' r , " ' A O -v W K. OA.K'X'Ji.'-' ICDIIUII ac OIi.Js-h.HAl. MUH. IIUsftNlt.i-.H MUK HUU9CUIITI0N JtATKS Oau ymr hit Muutli TLroo Moutb sl.UU .00 .Hi ... Put It iu'ih'e rJtur waiii ooluniii for ijuiek results. 1 1 ' -v- Will you kindly mail oui1' 'check to us for one 3 eu i--' ' y) lt tiuuY ' . J. '.lusa u few uiure lint ones now. Better brush up your old over oout. o The light ugii'innl iudcteiicy is glowing moiv popular and less Idiom. "Blessed is lie thai houldeth uiil to tin- end." Heitorts are 111 1 1 1111 1 1 coining- ...

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. — 8 August 1913

'T Pifb ' .' & i i K U K. iwi . 'if p w l'r wi r llCjl HtTV K. and L. of H. f- . Qraud Officers Direetoiy Grand Ptotector Dr. W. B TTiimphu'v, it,, lVi7, Hupnlpii, Okln, ,1 , , fimnil Pn.sf Piotectore W-i-M. lleuiy, l!fv 1111, Ft, Gibsnti,.Oklat Onmd M(f Pn.ieetor W W AfitM'.v. OUunlgec, Okla. ' I fQ.tni isV retiir.v ReV.' AW H. itucliuiiiin, Wagoner,- Oklu j,,Omtid Treusiuer Mis. M m. iHinnplirey. Jttu (ili7, Hnpulpa Oklh.-i -1 j,'"Grniitl ('hnplam (.' W Henry, 'plff-N, Urcf-nvvood, Tulsa, Okltf "! ".Orrind Wuhle .Wis. - .. Chimin Smith, Wiilitiiier, Oklu, Urnnd Guardian Mm. Allbfi tfagmith. , , Grand Sentinel J. V, flrf fifth, M "brand .-. Treiis Af i:itil( II. ..Ml II 'I' II. ....... II...JU7U J'-' t.i.i ii 1111111111, iiiia i?, r Inn. Hox 4.78. H'lii r .ft Plpit, Oklu.,, 1 44 llu.Mics.ii llii .'..l.-W.fgn'ner, II. I J - I : tis Okl Grand Mat 1 mi k . Wil llanm, .Hin X. I 'iMf.irtf i-ff..i. .. Okln . 1 mu GUIIIll !.'( Ill I'l Kiilil. Tulsa. Okln. -Rev. T W. I-.. A WlS.'.O 1 ....

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. — 8 August 1913

TULSA, OKLA., STAR Sl In writing the opinions of tho rotirl on constitutional question and oth ra dnniandlng a thorough grasp of tlio fundamental principle of government, tho IKiu'h shuru of the work haa fallen to Justice Williams, nnd properly no, for ho bora a conspicuous part In framing that constitution and lie la most xenlous In vltalltlng Hit- prin ciples thereof. A tow wordy about Judge Williams, thu man, will not bit amiss Me Ih j very generally referred to as "Hob " That lu Itself Ih Iiroof Unit ho Is u ' leal, rod Mooiluil, companionable Ini-' niHii being Off tho bench In' Ih .1 iiimi of affairs, n Imslne.sH iiniti of recognized ability, ninl h takes a leading uit In the development of the jmitry In n business sense Tho Judgo has an nbaoiblng Interest I tu fm in llfo Ho whh horn and Mined I on .1 farm, and ban ill way n maintained ' IiIh Interest In tho furmliiK Indimtiy. Ho Iiiih h farm now, ami one of his hobbles U tho building of dams n ml lakts and stotfclug tlio water...

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