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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 August 1914

TULSA, OKU, STAR Negro Women's Club Work in Oklahoma Read The Star THE North Greenwood TULSA OKLA 103 MRS. 11 P. JACOHSON I'icsidcnt of tlic Oklahoma State Federation of N'cgio Women s Clu 221 East Second Street, Oklahoma Citv Tho Okluhoma Statu Federation of Negro Women's Clubs was organized In 1910, its principal object bcliiK to ralsu to tho highest piano tho home, tho moral, Intellectual and civil llfo of tho race and to cultivate that spirit of general helpfulness, as expressed la Its motto, "Lifting as Wo Climb." Its first annual meeting was held In tho city of (Juthrie, August II, 1911, and showed an enrollment of ten clubs. Today its enrollment has in creased to 28 actlvo clubs and thrco city federations. Last year's reports show nearly $700 paid out ,by theso clubs for charHablo purposes, beside large nmounts of food, clothing, fuel and medicine, which were donated by tho members. This organization Is promoting work along all lines of educational and civic improvement In ma...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 August 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR m CAPE COO CANAL COMPLETED AFTER TOREKENTURIES Dimensions Greater TJian the Original Suez Canal. TOTAL COST IS $12,000,000 I 13 Mllei Long and Has Minimum Depth nt Low Water of 25 Feet and In no Place li Leas Than 100 Feet Wide at Bottom. Now York. Iteccntly tlioro was oiKinoil ncroHS tho long arm ot Capo Coil, Mnss., n waterway which will probably accommodatu moro tounago than tho Pannmn cnnnl for a good many years. This will mirprlBo many, for tho Capo Cod canal work haa boon August Belmont. done without much blaro of trumpots or congressional oratory. Hut It Is a most notablo nchlovomont ami puts much nearer tho realization tho dream of an nil Inland waterway from Malno to Florida. Tho freight now rounding dangerous Capo Cod and Its shoals ovory yoar nmounts to 25,000,000 tons and prac tically nil this Is expected to talco tho now uhorttir and safer route. Tho canal coat nbout $12,000,000. Tho Pan ama cnnnl costing $400,000,000 will linvo but 10,000,000 tons an...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 August 1914

,t.i... i ...i.i in.. in Mint f II 'P Wllitnii. n. nij.niroua c Tulsa, who Is now cnpcgpil In tho hoUl nml lestamant l iness Mr V ,ilso lery was bom In soutla.n Missouri in IS' I ills parents moved to M iss 1 1 when ho was six years old. At the t iiip of emancipation he was ,iai ton county, Texas, whole ho worked en the fhnn ami htuUted his books bv tamp I gt till 18 yea.s old. when he went to Caldwell county and vki;d as anitor and coachman for seven years. Ho then mauled MteSjhlj Callahan, his present wife. Seven children have been boin to then . two boys a five girls Mr. Wilson lived In Austin, Texas, with h s family 27 years during which time ho bought and paid for three homos which ho still owns o came to Tulsa on tho 8th day of August, 1900. with no money S ncu bo camo to Oklahoma ho has bought four lots 1 Tulsa on one of which stands tho homo shown above, fhu lots In Winona, and two lots In Cushlng Ho rents his homo out hcio and ho and his wife arc con. uetlng a veVy successf...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 August 1914

TULSA. OKLA.. STAP TRACES WAR TO A CLASH OF TONGUES Professor Dorsey of Chicago Field Museum Finds Austria's Atti tude a Sequel to Pan-German Versus Pan-Slav Con test, He Says, Not Economic but Psychologic. Nations Are Now, as Ever in the Past, Divided by Language Source of Trouble Is That Political Boundaries Aro Not Coterminous With Linguistic Groups. ((leorico A. Dorii-y, Curator of Etlinoloify. Flelil Muieum. In tho Chicago Herald ) An orphan mongrel cur having for tlio first tlmo In 600 yoara got enough spunk up to take his tall from between hU logs, begins to wag It nnd feel growing pums. Along comes a great big dog and Bays: "Iut that tall down and gimme that bono." Wo soe this sort of thing nearly er ry day. Onco upon a time little old Servla was an emptro and very nearly over came the Dyzantlno empire, which probably would have changed the whole of European history. Thoro might havo been no TurlToy In Europe. That was In tho fourteenth century, under the mighty Dushan. Expl...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 August 1914

L ' . . ."' ,. .Jv- - yt , " , fmj-'tiS 1 K H J Caver was born December G, 188G, at Mosely Htuff, La. His father was W . C Caver, a prosperous farm- or, who owned 2G0 ncres of good farm land. Ho lived with Ills parents 17 years, and moved to Pino Muff, Ark., after selling out tho homo fnrm. Ho ntlMtiilnil iiuhllp. Krlinnl nt Mnselv - lV.uff, La., and after moving to Pino Illuff, entered llranch Normal college, a branch of tho Tuskegee Institute. Artor four years in this Institution ho and his brother entered a partnership business, barberlng nnd clothes clean- lug. Tho cleaning and dyeing busl- ness became so great that the diopped the barberlng business and .i ...i i.i. ..,.. ... ii... i,..,i.,.t and pressing business, which soon be- came the largest concein of Its kind in the state. When they first Btartcd In business, ho and his brother. L. F. Caver, were the only employes, and they did business In a one-room building. Today tho plunt Is worth $25,000, nnd employs 12 laborers. Mr...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 August 1914

TULSA, OKLA.. STAR NOVELTY FOR SUMMER H08TE83 CAN PLEA8E QUE8T8 WITH JAPANESE LAWN PARTY. Easy to Olvo Proper "Color" to 8uch an Entertainment Decorations Probably Moat Effective In the Evening. In planning u lawn party for those midsummer dnyH, tlio hostess turns naturally to tlio Land of tho Flow, erlng Almond fur suggestions. If she ulma nt novulty tho wholo affair Is glvuu a Japanese nspect throughout, even to tho cuHtuinoa of thosu pros out. Wlint could bo moro appropri ate for hot weather wear than tho ' comfy" lloworlug kimonos of Bilk or cropo that tho little yellow pcoplu wear so effectively? Of course, tlio men might raise Homcthlug of a fuss, for,theru Is nothing tlio mnBcullne hates moro fervently than "dressing up," but perhaps even mere man would provo amenable to persuasion If the party woro held under tho pro tecting shades of evening. For tho Japanoso lawn party tlio piazza gcuorall)' provides a basis for the decorative scheme. Japaneso mat ting covers tlio lloor an...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 August 1914

A jc WORTHY Hinil PIAfir GAT of Sail 1wnlltjvlttt. ICnu,Jt..r' Waur mr- ar l. -nnn i Jillll'M'" auritHP- V-n nt -nnlil.nr ii ynrttu in Sin Mi. mit ln t gKii'iPiit AKT10MQHB N IMfinitl M HUM n tmw mnu TCLSA. Q1LA. va w No rWm t n SsM wa$ s,t whMub Urn will SiV.V t WtW $,W III tllWKH m AMU.VH ,( ,(MmMl & , ivs viDUiim, (m iiiu ;.-) Vwwh. UH win lm Sffc IKKN, fc V VlUltU Ul ,,), J A3 ! VVSV, A v, itUlltM UlM ua a :. w ttu.tu Mi, S v . t , twvBf , ,! evciftv. tj, w wu ,, JM(( bat : vHtj, vMt.tt K.UItU.m AstteW-, WHlMlt l,H ,tll Atfiw to. wo ,, jwlM, ,-n a jfaBMe ka4 M wralm .nut feawiu. s?n- .NaV,vV t,m ...it ajraK A.ojtim.-w k Cvtitaa;ii tUiti -. 5a am -x 4 hMhvI, , n,0 vteir kant. .Swx Mi-wMIr Miut . 9i'T aapuxt, Tvtat. vxr Mtn lit sfe laaBllwif. nrtaj; . cttL jr smnmi .w ai mi( Nu.iM satan.!. te.auv juUtaW it svd ifataatoir !a saol a vtwtfctac ll ciHUud. ArtcniMau ' VajvrmaUe IM1 taa acduau.iw in ataxia m ll saltad. rjac icr ix. w taormish Cr cuflimt Tua. 3hvjus,j. ir u i amilrt ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 August 1914

&N r U L S A, O K L A., STAR ffv I For High Class nT.'li'J'liiJ"""'"1'"1""1"""!""1)1)!!!!1 '!lllllllil1'll,ll"'!fIWffTffjwfTjJBtjwTffWPrrfcl Wood Work SUCH AS CARVING DESIGNS ILLUSTRATIONS ETC DONT FAIL TO SEE H. Q. B. TA YLOR PHONE 2309 321 N. GREENWOOD Can Carve Any Kind Of Picture Or Photo LANDSCAPES AND ANIMALS A SPECIALTY Se Me, Prices Reasonable KTnrBnraaBistsEssxz&sRnss-SBSxsa yV j a? Mrs Georgia Gipsor) 1202 South WalmiL Street Ccffeyvtlle, Kan -as The Best Meals In ColTeyville For Furniture Go To The Cash or Credit VjrivlVI. 109 East First You will save Mouuy and jour clothes By having a First Class cleaner ami Pressei call for them. Pressing H. WATSON, , Cleaning Phone 4-100 " . 305 North Frankfonl Street Have your suits cleaned and pressed and made like new for .75 HOME UNDERTAKING CO. Furneral Directors and Embalmers4 We cary our own outfit and a full, complete stock of high class furneral goods WM. RAG-SDALE & SONS l'ltoiMiiirous Day Phono 710 Night Phone 20...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 29 August 1914

-srzc. p The Leading Race Paper in The State of Oklahoma ---- riL i A FEARLESS EXPONENT N OF RIGHT HNII JUSTICE h - fpM gta JK a X 'gw ' fpMMM THE Tsl .BrlflRB - irar.v'"3 OUR SUBSCRIPTION LIST MAKES A VALUABLE MEDIUM TOR J ADVERTISING J WIfi'i' S7CCSSOi2 TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR Official Organ of The Grand United Order of Odd Kellcnvs, And The Knights And Ladies of Harmony of The World, Oklahoma Jurisdiction Vol. 2, No. 43. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY. AUGUST 29, 1914. Subscription $1.00 Por Year Oklah oma Makes Good p-pl era- JR. vl JL ational Leoe Dr. Booker T. Washington Delivers Master Address Tlio mooting of tlio Natlonul Negro IiiislneiiH Men's League nt. Muskogee last week was without question one of tlio most interesting ami spectae ulur hold since tlio organization of the Leaguo at Uoston 15 yours ago. Fully 8,000 people of the Colored race visited MuBkogeo during the three days' session und nowhere in tlio world wus there ever a more orderly crowd, 'fho Convention Hall on South...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 29 August 1914

.. -7T- , -i- v -j?-vic r TULSA, OKLA., STAR fl Don't exaggerate or misrepresent an article advertised in this page. When in Town Call at The Peoples' Cafe 29 Norln Bo,,on First Clnss Meal Servod at All Hours Open Day and Night J. L. Lockard, Prop. J. B. STRADFORD Real Estate, Loans and Investments Lots for Snlo on Ensy Termn PHONE 3380 301 N. GREENWOOD TULSA, OKLAHOMA WELDY BROS. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats and Lard Huy nnl Sell Cattle, Hogs, Veal and nil Kinds of Live Stock Wo Do Our Own Killing 21 E. lot St. Phono 1158 Tulsn, Okln. Cal1 at lne McPhearson Furniture Co. 120 E. First Street We cany a Full Lineof Up-to-Dnte New nnd Second Hnml Furniture at tho very Loweit Pricei. We Exchange Now for Old Furniture. Fine line of Stoves Terms Cash or Credit Call and Give Us n Trial We Savo You Money! PHONE G15 J. McPHEARSON, PROP. Directory of the Ministerial Alliance TULSA, OKLAHOMA, 1913. Rev. C L. Netherland, Pres., Res. 806 E. Archer. Phone 18641 Rev. J. F. Ker...

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. — 29 August 1914

WKJMfrJUWJlu W. --- TULSA, O K L A., STAR VJ 1 .3f ' -v. INIUMTIONAL SlDifSOIOOL Lessor (Dy n. O. SEI-LEUS, Director of Evening Department, The Moody Blbla Institute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR AUGUST 23 THE WEDDINQ FEAST. LESSON TEXT-Mntt. 22:1-14. GOLDEN TKXT--0 Jerusalem, Jeru enlem, tliat kllletli the prophets, and ston est them thnt nro sent unto her how often would I have gathered thy children to gether, even ns a hen Katlieroth her own brood under wlngB, and ye would not." Luko 13:31 It V. To catch tho full significance of this parablo which Is alone recorded by Matthow wo need to be moro or less familiar with tho Jewish pride of raco n.nd their feeling of superiority over nil "henthen" or outsiders, and tho his tory of their treatment of God's rep resentatives, tho prophets. Following upon tho parablo referred to In our last lesson tho Pharisees per ceived that Jesus spako of them and they sought to arrest him (ch. 21:4G). In this lesson tho figure of tho king dom Is changed froth...

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. — 29 August 1914

TULSA. O K L A.. STAR TI-IE TULSA STAR Printingand Publshing CO. Published Every Saturday at 501 North Greenwood Street. Kutorol w HaunlJlm mittar April II. 11)1.1, at tho Post OHIco at Tulsa Oklaliomi, umlor tlio Act of March 3, 18711. A. J. SM1THERMAN H. R, GRAHAM Mrs. 0. B. Smitherman A. P. BLAKEMORL SUIISCIUI'TIO.V IIATKS Oui var tilz Month Throo Month Wlicru (irotlio oMi-oi-h of the local kogco? If you niu not doing Anything for Parity stop antio mm mt ii worthier Ono's worth to n community is tnni community. Jlavn you figured Tu!sn7 11 Urumored that T. J. Klllott, tho blgMereha.it of M.ihl.oge... President of tho Statu League, took Hooker T. Washington to a restaurant or Cafo for dinner ono lay last wool: whuro all classes of pooplo'ha.l gathered to oat. Who can explain? o All up-to-date "White Way" is being promoted for tho East end business district by 0. W. Gurley. This is n worthy effort and should receive the support of every property owner between Archer and llrndy on Gr...

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. — 29 August 1914

T7TZ2TT TULSA, OKLA., STAR K News Around the City J. S. KIRBY, City Circulator RnsiDnNCK,-215 E.Cameron The Knights of Tabor arc in Grand Session at Okla City this week. A number of Tulsnna Jaro there in attendance. Mrs N E Prytle who was called to La. at 'the death of her mother about two weeks ago, returned homn last Thursday. Mrs. James Cherry left for Mem his last week where sho will undergo a surgical operation. She will re main there about four weeks D. F. Rosebough of Merrion Okla , visited J. S Kiiby this week. The Colored people of Haskell aro planing to hold a two days pic nic Sept 22-23rd 1914. The Peoples Drug have it. -adv. f: Mis. J. B. Stradford who has been visiting relatives in Ganton Miss., for three months or more returned to home Tuesday and .vas warmly welcomed by her husband. TryThb Peoples DrugStoro for it. Adv. Prof. J. V. Hughes have bet some pructical examples in home beauti fying th s week. He has cut all the weeds on his property along Green wood, tritned...

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. — 29 August 1914

t TULSA. OKLA.. STAP JAPAN SENDS ULTIMATUM GERMANY GIVEN SEVEN DAYS TO WITHDRAW FROM THE FAR EAST OR TAKE THE CONSEQUENCES Demand Includes Removal of all War ships and the Restoration to China of German Colony of Klau-Chau Toklo. Japan sent nn ultlnintmn to Germany nt G p. m.. Sunday, demand ing tlio wltdrnwal of wnrshlps from Uio Orient and tliu evacuation of Klau Cliau and giving Germany until Sun day, August 23, to comply with tlio demand. Otherwise, tlin ultimatum states, Japan will tnko action, Tlio general expectation lioro la that tlio uHlmntim will bo followed by war. Tnknaki Kato, Japanese foreign milliliter, simultaneously with tlio dis patch of the ultimatum, conferred with Georgo W. Guthrlo, American ninbassador, and mado to him a broad hctiitcinuiit calculated to nssuro tho United States that American Interests In tho Far East would bo safeguarded and tho integrity of China upheld. Owing to doubts whether communi cations with Dcrlin wcro Insured, Ja pan, to lusuro tho n...

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. — 29 August 1914

? fTTF-f """-' fcV- MP. TULSA, OK L A., STAR PHILIP C. HANNA wBBBk & -..1 H&2BS2K9 gagararaggSEs Philip C. Hanna, Amer ill! consul general at Monterey, H one of this country's agents who suffered at the hands of the federals. He was put In Jail and rrr. left there until released by the constitutionalists. CARABAJAL FLEES THE CAPITAL MAINFESTO DECLARES ACT IS TO PREVENT BLOODSHED Federal Army to Surrender Uncondl tlonally to Constitutionalists In a Very Short Time Mexico City. When the Inhabitants ot the capital awakened last Thursday the arsenals wore empty, the barracks deserted and the provisional president of the republic as well as his cabinet had vanished. Provisional President Francisco Carabajal left the city on a special train for Vera Cruz. He left a manifesto to tho nation saying he had dono his best to save the country from furthor bloodshed but his pcaco fu'. ovorturoB had been met by consti tutionalists with uncompromising de mands for an unconditional surrender...

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. — 29 August 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR When you want a nice quick lunch for youselfor your family think of BEN'S PLACE '1 he quick lunch stand in rear of the Sand Spring Depot x OPEN ALL HOURS t ICE CREAM cAND COLD "DRINKS A SPECIALTY i saamrnutkMrimMitf.etrvnT ,-fusk Krjwanagfafm s j. M" 'pi t Pf IT1 tlT'lA'P AfIT I WA I 1 I! inn miai, lrjvi a.ll: V The Old Reliable Crystle Cafe Serving One Big Mid-day Meal Every Day Wo Cater To Particular People Meals cts. Short Orders, All Hours I Ice Cream, Cold Drink Fountain In Connection Cigais, Tobacco And Gcncial Coiiftetion.iry C. G, Gipson, Prop, no N. Greenwood Tulsa Okla. Ti JWarafetC'i! XViitjy I "1 I III W,l,l,l,,i,'!!i;,""l!.ll",l,ll,l,l)llllll)ii'II!i!iii"ii!HIilll?ES? Acap7 a-r SJSSi B vS,H - J ST-r'W- rjrtfjJs. HfflHifllP''Tfr B m Tho above is the home of Pr. f .v .Mrs T It Debnnin of Oklulioma Cily Prof Dcbptiin is l'titiclpal of the Douglas School at Oklahoma City. LANSING, M1CII, State House Executive Oflivci For more tlian an hour u poor Colnicd ...

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. — 5 September 1914

xZ'W C V ---f A FEARLESS EXPONENT J OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE Official Organ of The Vol. 2, No 14 Supreme Lodge K. and L. of H. of The World Mets In Texas The Tulsa Star al Organ and Oklahoma Gets The Next Meeting Wuxachla, Tex., Aug. 29 (Special to The Star.) The Supreme Lodge of The Knights and Ladle3 of Harmony of the World convened Us socond annual mooting In this city Tnursday, Aug. 27, with a largo delegation in attendance from the surrounding states. Much legislation was enacted for the benefit and the guidance of the order and much enthusiasm wub manifested In tho work by those present. Supreme Protector G. W. Tolks of Memphis was detained at his home on account of Illness and In his absence Vice Supreme Protector Edward L. Gibson of this city presided. The order In the Lone Star State was well represented at this meeting and they, tho delegates have served notice that Texas will meet tho next Supreme Lodge in full force. Oklahomas Interest was well repre sented by that real Knig...

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. — 5 September 1914

v$ TULSA, O K L A., STAR Too much corn Julco makes a, man's voice husky. To cool burns uso Ilanford's Balsam. Adr. Europo always did have nn unparal leled display of ruins to oxhlblt. Mon may como and mon may go, but the clilggor Ib no roBpoctcr of persons. rrcnm-fl oi.n iikliaiii.k r.vn wateii tor (or trf. Doain't burn or butt. Ad, Minorities nro frequently right, es pecially whon wo happen to bo In tho minority. Insured Against Loss. No ono ovor doubtB tho curatlvo powers of Ilanford's IlalBtim after once using It for external ailments on man or beast. Countless unsolicited testimonials from UBcra of this valu able) romjyly show what It has dono for them, and tho manufacturer's guar antoo Insures your satisfaction or the return of your money. Adv. From Far-Off Alaska. Mrs. Mnry 1). Hart of Alaska was tho solo representative) of women olubs In Hint territory nt tho recent convention of tho Oeneral Federation of Women's clubs at Chicago. Sho woro a necklaco of gold nuggets which oho...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 5 September 1914

MMMBMvwimj ueia. .1 TULSA, OKLA., STAR NC I -: THE SITUATION Four weeks of fighting have ac complished: Germany Troops hold one-third of Belgium and havo penetrated Franco frontier ten miles Inland for about fifty miles; occupies I. lego and Brussels. France Captured many cities In Alsacc-Loralne, but evacuated most of them. Great Britain Drove German and Austrian liners from the sea; has 100,000 troops In Franco and Bel glum. Russia Has taken most of EaBt Prussia and has troops within 150 miles of Berlin. Austria Still unsuccessfully be sieging Belgrade. Servla Hiib driven all Austrian troops from her .territory and has Invaded most of Bosnla-IIerzogovl-na. Montenegro Invading Bosnia. Belgium Has held nt bay cntlro Gorman army three weeks; Brus sels evacuated and capital moved to Antwerp. Portugal Sending 40,000 troops to aid allies. Japan Besclglng German settle ment at KiaoChow. At war with Germany and AuBtrla. Greece Preparing to aid Servla. Italy Will probably Join tho al lies....

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 5 September 1914

-gpf TULSA. O K L A., STAR nm9tf,PiKMlV1 THE TULSA STAR PiLitingand Publshing CO. Published Every Saturdiy :it 501 North Greenwood Street. ICntorol it -twiiljlut mitt'ir April It. 1913, at tho 1'oit OUIco at Tulsa Oklahomi, iindur tlio Act of March 3, 1870. A. J. SM1THERMAN H, R, GRAHAM Mrs, 0. B. Smitherman A. P. BLAKEMORL EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Associate Editor SocietyEditor Traveling Representative. rather a irreat nortion of the nress. towards the race. A number of years ago he made as he thought the speech of his life in a certain Southern city. His audience was apparently enthused to the highest pitch and lie went to his hotel pretty well satisneu that his name would be emblazoned across the front page of the morning papers. It so happened that the same night a levee char acter of the race snatched a purse from a factory girl and was apprehended and landed in jail. To make a long story short, this culprit was featured on the front page, picture and all, while the notice of the g...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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