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THE tULSA STAH. Saturday Ort. 0. 10211
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I handle a complete line of both NEW and USED
Singer Sewing- Machines
I Sell on Terms to suit purchasers. I also rent Machines
By the Week orMonth. Repairing a Specialty
Call Cedar 1299
R. L. STBWA.RT
518 No,. Santa Fe
Urban Lcaguo Aids Southern
(A. N. P. Service)
Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. 8 John T.
Clark, secrctar of the Urban
League, spoke ut the meeting of the
Presbyterian .Ministerial Associa
tlon, In First Presbyterian Church,
He told how churches nre meeting
the social problems of their mem
bers, and also, how churches arc as
j sisting Negroes nrriving from the
ISoutli to find work and lodging in
BARGAINS IN FARM LANDS & CITY PROPERTY
Surhurban Homes, Chicken Ranges.
ROBINSON REALTY COMPANY
We sell in large or small bodies of land and. city property, Also,
merchandise, Rooming Houses, Cafe, Barber Shops, Pool Halls,
Cleaning and Pressing Shops.
615 N. Slain Street, Wichita, Kansas
THE GOODS MUST BE
OU THE SALE IS NO GOOD
YOU ALWAYS GET THE BEST AT
TR ADDERS NO. 4
Julius Henke, Prop,
PHONE OSAGE 6970
105 EAST FIRST
WAJVTBD L,IVB MBN
Standard Life Insurance Co.
Escoo Bldg. Muskogee, Okla.
M. C. PERARA, Director of Agency.
Southern Woman Provides For
A. N. P. Service
Laurens, S. C, Oct. 8 For and in
consideration of the loe of the
cause of Christ and for the earnest
desii'e to promote the welfaio of the
Negro race, Mrs. C. M. (iibbon, a
woman of large financial means,
has nssigucd and set aside n trust
fund of SI 1,000 for thc put pose of
establishing and maintaining a hos
pital for Laurens Count.
ULOUNT STILL MAKING
(A. N. P. Senico)
Forest City, Ark., Oct. 8 J. II.
31ount, who is thc first Negro to be
lominaled for Governor of Arkan
,as, received his nomination ul the
.lands of a faction of thc Republi
can party in tins state.
Blount is about 80 yeais old, and
has made his home in tins city for
the past 17 jcars.
The nominee was born in Jones
County, Georgia, received his ele
mentary training in the schools of
Atlanta and higher education in
Nashville 'and Chicago. He is at
present principal of the Colored
schools of Helena nnd bus been con
nected with schools in several Ar
kansas towns, including Hot Springs
Texarkana and Forest City.
Blount is saidl to be in indepen
dent circumstances, owning over
COO acres of farm land and to teach
morel v for. the love of work. He
is active in many fraternal orders.
time 1 was, nnd by msclf, both Mr.
Seligtnan and myself writing in thc
Nation. Although n number of
newspapers demanded explanations
from the Nnvj Department, no
word was published in dlenial ore
tenuation until Senator Harding re
iterated them. The Seciclnry of thc
Navy Is icportcd to have charac
terized as 'unjust' thc statement
th.it thousands of natives in Haiti
have been slaughtered. Will lie
date sa it Is untrue'? Or will he
rather attempt to ehoraeteiln' the
rather attempt nl characterize till
people who weie shot down as ban-
their country against armed invns
dits men who wei
their countr.v against armcdl invas
ion? "There has been ample time
since the charges wci. originally
made ugninsl the Administrations
ami the National Cit Hanks invas
ion if Haiti for some word about
thosL. charges to come from Haiti.
So far as 1 know no newspaper in
this country lias pubisheill any cws
or any communication from Haiti.
"Wp do not need an investigation
by officers Mibjcrt to -the present
Administration so much as we need
direel and open communication, op
enl arrived at between thc Haitian
people and the American people.
Then it will appear who werc ban
dits in Haiti. Officials of the Na
tianal City Bank declined in any
way the alleged controversy be
tween that institution and thc Gov-
! eminent of thc Republic of Haiti.
Roger L. 1'arbam, Vice-President of
the Bank, reported! to lie in charge
of its affairs in Haiti, is out of
own on vacation, it was said, and
'olin H. Fulton, General Executive
Manager sent word to- newspaper
men that he had nothing to say.
A GREAT FINANCIAL
First Come! jPirst Served!
Would you like to rent, lease of buy u wo-story tweuty-rooui. lil
teen thousand dollar bungalow at Iiluuel, the most rupiuiy growing
Lounty .seal m fauutli-kn.ti Oklahoma! 'ine uuiiuing is located wun
111 two Mocks 110111 tliu i'liheo Station, au ideal locunou lor u lim
defending class iiolel and there is no greater demand tor nuc un emoipiise ut
any place than there is ut iiiuucl. iueetriu ligins uio liistuneu 111 eacii
room 111 uio taunting and coiiiicuiiou tor niuoois toueis una luuoituu
ry was niauc wnn me sew ei age system 111 diuy. 111 suori. mo uuuu
nig is modern 111 every pause ana lepiesciits me nest uinsiucieu nuu
luu.il eoiiuuouiuus 11 iinur uunuiiig 111 lUcoluuuli VsUutuy. j.h u noiei,
and lesiauraut, tins uunuing, at as present locution, will serve uny
ouu knowing now to conduct suuli u business us a veritable "mint
an unlimited opportunity 10 make money, and there is uhsolu'eiy no
coinpotion. , J
idauel lias recently installed u modern stweruge system. A hue
JOO.OuU Courthouse was completed 111 August uud u Uoverumeut
tnuiding and ice plant are to uo erected soon. Among the colored
pcopic there are lour euurcus, a tinu scnuu, a piuuie tueurc, sioicj
and u .iu,uuU gin, the hotel auoc occupying the ceiirul piuce.
iiie condi'ioiis ot tins pioposiuou uic as lonows: iveut $75.00
(1st three months 111 advance; ; each loilowiug 111 advance.
5 ilAlt LbAtii!., a,UUU payable in advance.
SALb, .fJ.oUt) .t,t)00 cash. lfulunco on terms to suit purchaser.
A Sale is prelcrablc.
It is guaranteed that this building cannot be duplicated uny
where ior less than $15,000.
Any one wishing to consider this proposition will sec Prof. A. M.
Solone at Booker ashingtou liigh school or 64l North ilullett bt.,
'there are six other lent houses lor suit on suiue und adjoining
blocks. See Prof. Solone.
STAR HAIR GROWER
Wonderful Hair Dressing and Growsr.
1,000 AGENTS WANTED.
Wo want a-
gonta In every
city and village
This Is a won
tion. Can be
used with or
Irons and by
One 25 cents
box proves Its
value. Any per
son that will
use a 20o box
will be con
vinced. No mattor
what has failed
to grow vour
hair. Just glvo
a trial and be
Send 2Bo for
full size box.
If you wish to
beoomo an a
gent for this
wonde rf ul
send SI-OO gndwowlll send you a. full supply that you can begin
work with at once; also agent's terms.
Send all money by money order to
THE STAR HAIR GROWER MF'R.,
P. O. Box 812, Greensboro, N. C .
Georgia Huns Burn Lodge Hnlls
(A. N. P. Service)
Macon, Ga., Oct. 8 Posses pursu
ing John Spillcds, who is alleged to
havo shot and killed James Faulk
ner and wounded his brother John
is Jasper County burned four Col
ored lodge halls in that county.
Thc lodge halls were located at
Shady Dale, Agateville Hillsboro
and a settlement jusl out of Monti
cello, where the shooting occurred!.
Lincoln Fire Insurance Company
A nice line of
GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
Also All Kinds of Feed.
Nice Treatment and the Right Prices.
TI.e Tulsa Star, a good Colored Paper, For Sale Here.
1301 North Lansing
MRS. J. H. LEWIS,
Phone X W. 51
(A N. P. Service)
Memphis, Tcnn., Oct. 8 Mrs.
Carrie Shepherd entered a bill
against the Lincoln J;ire Insurance
Company in the circuit court for
810,000 as compensation for alleged
remarks made in derogation of her
character by the defendant in a
letter purporting to givn reasans
why payment on a policy bad been
WELUON JOHNSON CHAL
He Points Out That U. S. Officials
Seek to Hide Facts of Invasion
of Little Republic of Haiti
(A. N. P. Service)
New York, N. Y., Oct. 8 James
Weldon Johnson, Acting Secretary
of the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored Pcopic
which sent him to Haiti to mul.c an
investigation and whose charges a
gainst the American occupation in
the black republic have brought
about an investigation by thc United
States Navy Department in a state
States Navy Departmcst, is a Mate
ment challenged the methods which
be asserted the Governmcst had em
ployed in Haiti.
"If the Navy Department will in-
KNOCKING THE "COLOR"
OUT OF COLORED
Mnybe, Then Crimes May Not Ap
pear So Heinous in the
(A. N. P. Service)
Chicago, Oct. 8 In a rcrcnt gath
ering of thc civics committee of the
Appomattox Club of Chicago, one
of the .strong points emphasized
was the injustice of laboring every
criminal story in which a Race man
is implicated with the "badge of
color;" Evidence was produced
which showed that great harm is
done, and that constant reference
to race in Mien matter, served to
increase race feeling and prejudice.
It was shown that in many cases
.such stories were written with
"malice aforethought" by preju
diced reporters, and frequently
without the knowledge nnd against
the policy of the owners of the
Nahuin Daniel Unasehcr, editor in
chief of the Assiciatcd Negra Press
in his address dwelt at length on
these facts, and gave concrete ex
amples of two of the greatest dailies
in the country that have adopted
the policy with beneficial rc:ills.
The two newspapers -are the Cleve
land Plain Dealer and the Cleve
land Press of Cleveland, Ohio.
As a result of this conference, at
least one of the great dailies of Chi
cago has adopted the policy. The
Chicago American, which is one of
the largest evening nwspapers in
the country is the-paper. In thc
recent account of the attempt to
lynch three of our men because of
the killing of street car conductor,
where columns of the first page
were made, Thy Chicago American
did not at any time refer to race in
the stories it carried.
If your nre sick, tired out and all broken down, you are one of
the most miserable people on earth. Get well and be happy by using
We use the pure unadulterated Radium "Vutcr just as it comes
from Mother Earth for external nnd internal biUis.
Don't gee despondent because medicine lias failed ti reach your
case. There is yet hope for you in Rfidilim Witter
MRS. MARY HARRISON, Prop.
FOR COLORED MBN
Learn to be an Auto Mechanic and get the big
money. We teach you all about an auto. The
only Collard Auto School that is incorporated
that we know of.
The Klann Auto School
A MAN'S CHANCE AMONG MEN
Thinking men and women; work
ing men 111 ul women; law abiding
men and women with their families
and friends are going 'to Mexico.
Not because Mexico offers to set
aside a corner for them nor do
these Colored people who go there
form thc Americas people whether tvish any such thing, but because it
a strict censorship still prevails on, is an honest country, whcic law is
news from Haiti," said Mr. Johnson, 'law and a man is a man, and color
"we shall better be able to estimate is no handicap.
the reports of General Lejoune and. Colored Americans are becoming
Admiral Knapp wllen they are made ' members of the Pan-American Dc
So far as I know no opining of the I vclopinent Association because it is
closed door on news from Haiti has making it possible through its
yet taken place. knowledge, privileges and general
"Meanwhile the Administration activities to lift our lowly colored
sends to make a report to the Ameri I brothers above a life of oppression
can people on the conduct of Ma-1 through race prejudice and denied
$1.00 Per Week
rines In Haiti, the commander of
these Marines, General Lejeune, an
Admiral of the Navy Department
which stands accused of making
Haiti unsafe for Democracy. It
looks suspiciously like an attempt
at an official whitewashing before
Congress assembles. The state
ment that Admiral Knapp was sent
to Haiti more is a representative
of the Stale than of the Navy De
partment Is obviously an attempt to
gloss over the facts.
"It should be borne in mind that
there has yet been no official de
nial of the charges made against thc
Administration by Herbert W. Se
ligtnan, who was in Haiti at the
common eomirot ana privileges
Tbe Pan-American Development
Association will bring a smile to
your countenane with no artificial
backing; freedom to uur mind and
body, and success to your honest
efforts to be men amonfj men.
Get in touch with this associa.
lion that will mean so much to
your future. You owe it to your
self; you owe it to your family; you
owe it to your children and unborn
Stop nnd write them a line that
you may make a sure step forward
piness. See this ad elsewhere in
tills paper. ,
fit VlfchB I J
Urn yr e
Just received a large ship
mnt of Watches. Any
Ihing you want, we have
f'"i"i. Hamilton. Howard,
"th Bend, Illinois and'
n inducement to yon
' mo to our store and
' acquainted with us, we
will offer for this week
12 and 1G Size
Gold Filled Glasses
$3.50 Payment $1.00 Per Week
Our opticicn, Dr. Woodward, has had eight years'
experience in Tulsa. If you don 1 want to pay cash,
you can try out your Glasses hcfoie you pay for them
in full, by paying $1 per week while you wear them.
McMinn Jewelry Co.
"THE SQUARE DEAL STORE"
130 Eaat Third Street Ocnom Uotel Teim