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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 26 September 1914

1 klMliH 4 "" fy 77ze Leading Race Paper in The State of Oklahoma r A FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE urrrri i i ' - fchfctp Ml LXSItll ' '0Vi tWs OCR SUBSCRIPTION LIST MAKES A VALUABLE MEDIUM TOR ADVERTISIRa 1 l-ww 4 0m i SUCCESSOR TO THS MUSKOGEE ST.5R OfficM Organ ot The Grand United Order ot Odd Mo,, And The Knights And Ladies ot Harmony of lb. Worid, Oklahoma 5urradictio Vol. 2, No. 47 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1914. Subscription $1.00 Par Year The Big League Graft Exposed I Mil I Elliott Received $420 On His Promise to Give 200 People Free Transportation to Boley Very Few Ride On Free Tickets, But no Account is Given The Public as to How This Money Was Spent Ask U. S. Congress to Eradicate Word Wench' Noted Memphis Physician In Tulsa Washington Lawmakers Asked to Pass Law Stopping tne use 01 xne vvoru Wench and Negress Blow to Wo manhood of Race Want Equal Justice and Protection Urges All Lovers of Right to Help. 1,000,000 PETITIONERS. Remove from Race Th...

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. — 26 September 1914

'Y-ii't --pvtrmmvmwryF, -tJ WJnlVSIWIVlWKIi3PI vKi&ttiZ?jMII&pq TULSA, OKLA., STAR M CARE FOE YOURHAIR CUTICURA And Cuticura. Ointment. They cleanse the scalp, re move dandruff, arrest falling hair and promote hair health. Snmples Free by Mall CuUcura floan and Ointment sold throughout the worlJ. liberal iimple ot urn mailed free, wltn JJ-. took, Adtlreae "C lUcura," Dept. SI), Boston. A menu rich innn may Jolly htmsolf Into thinking that his moans Justify his meanness. IJn happy. Use Red Crots Ball Ultiej Bucli better than liquid blue. DclifhU the U undress. All sroccrs. Adv. If Uio Into fads had kept up, ovary woman would need two heads to pile nor hair on. A childless woman can't understand why a mother should not spank her offspring at least three, or four tlmea day. Contrariwise. "Mips Is a man ot broad vlows." "Exactly, but lu narrow circum stances." Enthusiastic Insects. One can scarcely help ndmlrlns those, noxious Insects which great the summer camper ns It ho woro ...

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. — 26 September 1914

TULSA; O K L A. STAR 111 INGREASE WA COMMERCE COMMISSION NOTI FIED OF PROPOSED INTER STATE CHANGE. 1-2 CENT PER MILERAISEPLANNED Action Follows SugQestlon In Recent Freight Rate Decision By the Interstate Commerce Commission. Washington. Interstate passenger fares In eastern and western terri tory arc. to bo Increased soon by tho railroads. Tho new rates will bo fixed on a boRls of 214 cents a mile, but will vary slightly In particular cases from that baso. Information received by tho Inter state commcrco commission Is that tho straight faro between Now York City and Chicago, for Instance, will bo ndvanced $2.00. Tho fares between Now Yjork and Intermediate points will bo baBcd on tho Increase between tho two largo terminals. Tho faro between Now York and Chicago will bo based entirely on a 2', cents a mtlo rato and so far as practicable tho fares between New York and Intermediate points 111 bear a llko mileage charge. Because of tho laws of some Intermediate states, fixing tho maxi...

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. — 26 September 1914

iw tA ik. iiff"M "-Sav rn-1 TULSA, OKLA., STAR THE TULSA STAR Prnfngand PubJsiing CO. Published Every Saturday at 501 North Greenwood Street. Ask U. S. Congress to Eradicate "Winch" Kntoroi ai hoc niiI-oUm mittor April 11. 1013, at tlio Post Onlco at Tulsa Oklahoma, uiulur tliu Act of March 3, 1870. A. J. SMITIIKKMaN, MltH. O. II. S.MITIIUKMAN J. II. S.MITIIHII.MaN, 0. O. Ilrowor A. 1'. lilakumooro, KllllOK AM) l'UIII.IHlll'.lt BOUIKI.Y liDITOK ItUHlMiSS MAKAOKK Advertising Manager Traveling Representative (Continued from pogc one) SUIISGIIU'TION HATES Ono ynar HIx Month Throo Month $1.00 .00 .35 MEMDER , NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. SUUI5 KKSUJIS KOIt 1IO.MH AND KOItKION ADVKItTlHiniS The price of this paper is $1.00 per year. If you like it send us your subscription and help us to continue our work for the race. Somo people deceive themselves in trying to deceive others. o Wonder whnt defense. "Jumbo" will offer for his mnstcr now? O Wives will bo plentiful in Kuropo after th...

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. — 26 September 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR 9r News Around the City High Quality Low Prices j 1' J. S. KIRBY, City Circulator Residence,--215 E.Cameron Phono 4881 and toll us about it. Misses Ethel and Bortha Walker were visitors in tho City loot week during tho fair accompanied by the smaller sisters Nona and Wilma. Mr. E. D. Lee Mgr of tho William Dreamland Thoato of tho city retur ned from Muskogeo where ho has spent a few days attending business Tho Business Lenguo will meet tho first Mondaynight in Oct. Don't fail to meet Mr. J. S. Cheatham, former chef at tho Evnns Cafo, has goiio Into tho Cafo business for himself. Ills placo Is tho first door south Of tho Economy Drug store on worm urcenwoou. mr. nlftfi1ini la nil nvnorlnnrpil rhnf 7111(1 will no doubt command a good trade Mrs. tjiioaiitnm assists ncr uusuuuu In making their guests wolcomo and The Peoplus Drug havo it. -adv. Spend a few hours at the Crystle Cafe each week. Best noon day meal in town. Adv. Dr. Bryant is exhibiting a swel tumor which ...

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. — 26 September 1914

v7- r Tw,wfw,wiwi,iwpiwwjpi'wwwwwiwBss1' wvikfnnp TULSA. OKLA.. STAR ALLIES UNABLE GcrniiiiiK Firmly Entrenched North of Aisnc Itiver and Kinhntllcd In Ardennes Peaks, Make Havoc Anions Besieging Enemy With Results Yet Iinlecisivo-300,000 Men Uo Down. RUSSIANS WINNING They Continue Forward in Aus tria and Prussia, and Re pel Invasion of Poland by Teutonic Allies. CZAR TALKS PEACE Will Submit Plan to Limit Armaments at War's End by Federating All European Nations. (Summary oj Events.') Tlic most tloslructivc battle in history lias been in progress be tween the CJermnns nnd the Fmieh-Hritisli allies since Sep tember l'A, with results yet inde cisive. .More than a million arc fighting on each side. During (he first seven days of the struggle 1100,000 men went down, either killed or wounded, aeeording to reports from Paris, London and Merlin, lloth sides are reeeiving re-enforcements steadily and the end of the en gagement is not in sight. This is the battle of the Aisnc river. It began...

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. — 26 September 1914

v TULSA, OKLA., STAR Don't exaggerate or misrepresent an article advertised in this page. FARMER'S WIFE TOO ILLTO WORK A Weak, Nervous Sufferer Restored to Health by Ly dia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound. Dr. J. J. McKeever DENTIST All Work Guaranteed To Give Satisfaction PHONE 2157 OFFICE WILLIAMS BLDG. J AY-EYE -SEE WORLD'S FASTEST AUTO AT OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR When in Town Call at The Peoples' Cafe 29 Norl11 Bo,l" Flrat Claaa Meill Served at All Hours .. ".- nd Night J. JL. Lockard, Prop. W I un J. B. STRADFORD Real Estate, Loans and Investments Lots for Sale on Easy Terms PHONE 3386 301 N. GREENWOOD TULSA, OKLAHOMA WELDY BROS. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats and Lard Buy and Sell Cattle, Hogs, Veal and all Kinds of Live Stock Wo Do Our Own Killing 21 E. 1st St. Phono 1 IBS Tulsa, Okln- HOME UNDERTAKING CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers We carry our own outfit and a full, complete stock of high class funeral goods. WM. RAGSDALE & SONS, Props Day Phone 746 ...

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. — 26 September 1914

millllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllimillllllllllllM I FOR COLORED PEOPLE ONLY I MONDAY, SEPT. 28th SMASHING ALL RECORDS GRAND THEATRE i MONDAY, SEPT. 28th THE SHOW YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR I THE ENTIRE OPERA HOUSE RESERVED FOR COLORED PEOPLE . IN THE ZH BIG NEW III COMEDY CREATION HIS EXCELLENCY The PRESIDENT WITH SALEM TUTT WHITNEY GREATEST OF COLORED C01EDIANS J. HOMER TUTT and BLANCHE JOHNSON l- And a Glittering Array of the World's Best Colored Talent The One Real Show ni Hnnnrrn I '-T. 'IIMni8Mgu liill 9'l' -k.."' f -IIIIHhP'' m SEE THE FAMOUS WORLD FEATURED T-A.3STO-0 DANCERS i I THE HIGHEST PAID ARTISTS WITH ANY SHOW OF THIS KIND I 1 APPEARING at EVERY PERFORMANCE i ( PRICES, 25c, 50c, 756 and $1.00, RESERVED SEATS ON SALE AT THE REEL DRUG STORE I i MiunuHi, HriMiDon m rm H. in. bHLL, MUM .UK WW It NIK KtttKVH NX li l I i i i" "' "'"I ' i i ii i inn mum , , 1)U J v

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 3 October 1914

I The Leading Race Paper in The State of Oklahoma 1 r OOR SUBSCRIPTION A FEARLESS EXPONENT LIST MARCS K f VALUABLE OF RIGHT AND MEDIUM TOR ABVERTlSXMa , -mN!to02&&r i5i-w - . "T!tEMif5 -fcm-m-H M M H " S'" ..,. -T7 T. .- - - -- L "V -' zwwvb mm, "s325- SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR Official Organ of The Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, And The Knights And Ladies of Harmony of The World, Oklahoma Jurisdiction Vol. 2, No. -17 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914. Subscription $1.00 Par Year Elliott's Slush Fund Nears $600 Mark Dr. Waterford as Chairman of Finance Commitee Makes Report Editor of Baptist Informer Says He Did Not Get any Money Nor Free Ticket ELLIOTT REMAINS SILENT REFUSING TO STATE HOW MON EY WAS SPENT. VERY DOUBTFUL THAT ANY COLORED NEWSPAPER WAS RECOGNIZED BY "HIS HIGHNESS': r The Man of The Hour Muskogee. Okla, Sept. 26- '14. Tulaa Star, Tulsa, Okla. A. J. Smlthennan, Editor, Dear Sir: I Bee that you state through the columns ot the "Star" ot the 2G ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 3 October 1914

MmmHRggi TULSA, OKLA., STAR ALLIED FORCES GAIN 20 MILES ON THEGERMANS After Sixteen Days' Fighting Along Aisno River They Advance Lines In Northwest France. CRACOWSURROUNDED Ruulans Throw Forces Around Stra- getic Point In Austria Alnhipt Drop Bombs More Naval Action Is Reported. (Summary 0 Events.") TIip allies clnim sulistmitinl fains nyninst the army of Gen. Yon Kluck in northwestern France, ami the Germans admit slight advances hy the Kreneh Uritish forces, but assert the movement is not decisive. This is the latest development, accord ing to the most reliable sources, of the general engagement known the osstcrn Austrian cities of Lcra tiers anil Czcrnowltz, together with a number of smaller cities In northern Austria, nnd thpv lipnlru-n thn fnrllfh.rl city of Cracow, near the Austrolluss- lan-uerman boundary Juncture The Slavs aIno Jinvo a strong foothold In I'rusala. near KonlzBberir. and In Si lesia, near Itreslnu. Tho Serbians have succeeded In tak ing tho city of Sarajevo, ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 3 October 1914

TULSA. OKLA., STAR r T ,U HORRORS OF THE WAR AS SEEN BY CORRESPONDENT ON BATTLEFIELD By EDWARD PRICE DELL. Correspondent of the Chicago Newt. Ixindon. Moving stories of the ruin and agony of war In central Dclglum have been told mo by F. A. McKenzle, editor of tho London Weekly Times, best known for bis work as a cor respondent In tho Japanese war and the Russian revolution. Obviously Mc Kenzle spoke honestly In every word ho uttered, and llko every other ex perienced war correspondent from Bel gium and Franco I havo Interviewed ho was unablo to describe what ho wit nessed without an occasional redden ing of tho eyes and faltering of the voice. "I havo seen savage war In many lands," said Mr. McKenzle, 'but never before anything llko that which Bel gium shows was dono thero. Oriental armies In tho hour of victory" or Rus sian troops when relentlessly sup pressing Internal rebellion wero mild and -merciful comparod with the treat ment given to this people. "Tho German plan of terrori...

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. — 3 October 1914

TULSA. O r L JU ITAJL f HE TULSA STAR Priciicgaad Pzblsbiag CO. Pzbivfrtd Ertry Sitsrda7 at 501 2cmh Grvoi Screws. OJrU&vao, n.ir li Xt ot Uxrti. Z, Vfii. X, J. Hnnitrxii0, Mu O. H.knxkMAy i.H. hnrnttMif, C. O. htvt KZ&cv.imos EXTZS Wx itA a NATIONAL NEGRO PP.Ett AttOCIATION. The price of thie j&pr is JUW per yetr. If 70a Ski fc hex. s your aebscription and help as to castisse asr -Kfjfc iur ti rz-te. V fonder why "Janis" drvppi TuUa Is the best V-rs ia tie SwrUrsrest, aod of cvsr&e St is aS way the pwpfe that sales a tywa. -0 Our bat friends are tbose 2 pay their obSgatioas prooKdr. thu aidlny, m Vj keep ztAnz. K ' THE TULSA STAR goes into race paper In the state. There is IK THE END the big Lgw graft thoroughly and the people will know LEST WE FORGET: How much woaey dtd the Colored ptpers of ilus kogee get (or advertising the National Rusineas Leagtit? o- It is now time to Ket out that last yeare overcoat and clean it up. fhe bieaky days of winter are just over the...

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. — 3 October 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR 'H - "M 3 V- Iff News Around the City J S. KIRBY, City Circulator Residence,--2 L5 E.Cameron Phono 4881 and toll us about it. WANTED: Middle ago woman to cook and do housework. Cell at THE TULSA STAn olllco. "The Million Dollar Mystery" Is at tracting great crowds at tho Williams Dreamland Tueatro every Thursday night. Mr. J. S. Cheatham, former chef at the Evans Cafe, has gone into tho Cafo business for himself. His placo Is tho first door south of tho Economy Drug store on North Greenwood. Mr. Cheatham Is an experienced chef and will no doubt command a good trade. Mrs. Cheatham assists her husband In making their guests wolcomo and Tho Peoplos Drug havo it. -adv. Mrs. Lula Nickols of Hominy Okla is hero under tho treatment of Dr. Bryant. Miss Eura Ilolllson, of 523 North Greenwood, left today for Eufaula whoro sho will spend two weeks visiting her auntie Mrs. Brackct-n. Dr. Bryant was called Monday to Dinola to attend Miss Mary Reed. Spend a few hours at the Cry...

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. — 3 October 1914

If TULSA. OKLA., STAR I V H JOG DO A Dy J. D. UNDERWOOD. (Copyright. 19H. by V O Chapman.) "lloyl Olt back, yo ugly spalpeen!" roared Klalicrty, tho zoo kooper. Jocko grlmnccd at him and rattled at IiIh bars. Jocko did not llko Fla herty any more than Flaherty liked Jocko. Jocko was a bald-headed chim panzee, and In poor health; Flaherty waa a ncll-mcnnlng, kind hearted, rough-voiced Irishman, who had lately landed und had secured tho position hecauso something In his looks ap pealed to Doctor Hoffman, Clio presi dent of tho zoological society. Hut If Jocko was an ailing specimen of his raco. Donna, tho orang-outang, was n perfect lady. Donna and Fla herty liked each other Just as much ns Flaherty and Jocko disagreed. So, when tho story came to Flaherty's ears that Donna was to dlo, ho went to tho president-director with a rueful face. "It's llko this, Flaherty," cxpla'-od Doctor Hoffman. "The only thing thnt can euro Jocko Is an Infusion of fresh blood, and Donna, as tho healthiest...

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. — 3 October 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR TNUMnONAL. SDNffiSlM Lesson (By E. O. SELLERS, Director Sunday School Course, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR OCTOBER 4 CHRIST ANOINTED FOR BURIAL. LESSON TEXT-Mark H:l-H. aOLDEN TEXT-8ho hath dono what (he could. Mark 14:8. Event crowds fast upon event dur ing this tho world's moBt tragic week. Two dayB beforo tho passover oc curred, tho chief priests and other leaders entered a conspiracy how to rid thomselves of this troublesomo Kazareno. This plot mentioned In tho nrst two verses of tho losson prob ably occurred four days later than tho anointing. Noto tho separating para graph mark; also look up carefully a good harmony of tho Gospels. Follow ing tho Olivet dlscourso Jesus said to his disciples, "In two days tho pass over." At that very timo Judas waB scheming with tho rulers for his ar rest. John, In his Gospel, tells us that tho feast was six days before, and that It was In connection with this that Judas had loft tho company to go to' tho pries...

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. — 3 October 1914

r U Ii S A, O K L A., S TAR , - A Few Solid Rock Facts About the Fair A town, like an individual, can often profit by another's experience, but a town, like an individual, seldom takes advantage of this. Muskogee is an exception to the ordi nary city. Here a bundle of live wires have been working diligently for years making this the Mecca metropolis of Oklahoma. A little more than five years ago when these human bees of industry were alert and watching for every oppor tunity to boost their home town, they siezed on the idea of a fair. . . . When they did so this bustling bunch of boosters liaa a great many perplexing problems to solve. The first thing they had to do was to list their country's assets. The wonderful farming country and progressive agriculturists, the oil fields and wells in operation and the commercial aspect which the town was assuming as it grew in leaps and bounds, were some of the items considered. After investigating the farming and farmers, the workers saw the ...

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. — 10 October 1914

V. N 'yfA v an 1 S I The Leading Race Paper in The State of Oklahoma fj-'" i A FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT ANn JUSTICE V -mSm&g&& r --t-rtrimi -i- ris-K4 - wiiiw, . 1 OUR SUBSCRIPTION LIST MAKES A VALUAOLE MEDIUM TOR J ADVERTISING J SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR Official Organ of The Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, And The Knights And Ladies of Harmony of The World, Oklahoma Jurisdiction Vol. 2, No, '19. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914. Subscription $1.00 Par Year A unu Say Elliott Collected Near $1100 from Sale of Membership Certificates And Reports it After League Was Over HE REPORTS HAVING SPENT NEARLY $300.00 FOR ADVERTISING, AND YET NOT A SINGLE NEGRO PAPER ANYWHERE GOT AS MUCH AS $10.00 '"UNCLE EPH" CONTRIBUTED EIGHT DOLLARS TO THE LEAGUE AND TOOK WHEN PRESIDENT HOOK ER TOLD HIM TO "FOTCII" PENCIL ALONG Muskogee, October 7. Mr. Stnr Ed itor: I was In n barber chair down on South Socond'stroet about ten days ngo and whtlo the fat barber was us ing his...

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. — 10 October 1914

T U L S A, OKLA., STAR -I When you want a nice quick lunch for yourself or family think of BEN'S PLACE The quick lunch stand in rear of Sand Springs Depot OPEN ALL HOURS Claremore, Okla., The Health Resort WASHINGTON BATH HOUSE For the Colored People MRS. NANCY WASHINGTON. Proprietor Furnish the Best Accommidations for Lodging and Board Best Attention Given Bathing The Raduim Water is unexcelled in curing Rheumatism in its many forms, it cures all kinds of skin diseases, Eczema, Scrofula, Indigestion, Itch, Erysipelas, Syphilis in its last stage, and all forms of storracn trouble yield to the Radium Water, also many other complaints. RATES PER WEEK, $5.95, BOARD.BATHING and ROOM Oklahoma Trunk & Case Factory TULSA, OKLAHOMA Trunks, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases, and all Leather Goods Sample Trunks and Cases a Specialty We Make to Order, Exchange and Repair RETAIL STORE, 117 N MAIN, PHONE 1788 Half Block North Brady Hotel Factory, 117 North Main Street SQUARE DEAL LOAN OFFICE F. Goo...

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. — 10 October 1914

TULSA, O K L A., STAR V. F SJ, - ,v... . ' P ! PARDON MILL I MFRRIIY WHILE LIEUT.-GOV. McALESTER ENJOY8 ANOTHER BRIEF SEASON OF POWER. REDUCES POPULATION OF PRISON Efforts to Free Big Batch of Convlctf Is Temporarily Blocked, How. ever by Secretary of State Ben Harrison. Oklnhoma City. "While Gov. Cruce tvns In Washington, attending the cot ton conference, Licut.-Oov. McAlester assumed the olllcc. In his brief rulgn of two days, ho attempted a. whole sale pardoning program and thereby provided material for the courts for somo wcoka to come. Records of thirty-two pardons, pa roles and commutations granted by tho lieutenant governor are lying on a desk In tho ofllco of Secretary of Btato Den P. Harrison. Thirty-two statements acknowledging receipt of ordors from Lieutenant Governor Me Alester directing Secretary Harrison to attest tho signatures on as many pardons anh paroles wero Indorsed by tho latter with theso words: "All of which I refuso to do." Secretary of State Harrison was b...

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. — 10 October 1914

TULSA. OKL A., STAR THE TULSA STAR ..': Hi gp'd Pvblshing CO. Published Every Saturi y :.t C A North Greenwood Street. Muskogee (JJ Doings By Our Special Correspoaant"Sic Simper" KtitQNl i )iUlni nutter April It. 1013, a Oklahoma, under tlio Act of March S, 1870. t tho Post Oflico at Tulsa A. J.BMITIIKII1UN, MllS. O. II.SMITIIKIIMAX J. II. SMITIIKIIMAN, CO. Ilrowor A. P. Illakomoorc, KlltTOK and Pi UUM1BU SotiKLY Kuitor BUSINESS Manage" Advertising Manager Traveling Representative SUBSCRIPTION KATES On var BIx MoDtb Tlireo Month 1.00 .60 .35 MEMBER -NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Sl'KK RESULTS KOlt HOME AM) IO .MUX AUVKHT1SEKS The price of this paper is $1.00 per year. If you like it send us your subscription and help us to continue our work for the race. Our best friends are those who pay their obligations promptly, thus aiding us to keep go'ng. o Tulsa is the best town in the Southwest,'and of course it is al ways the people that makes a town. o THE TULSA STAR goes into more ho...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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