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TULSA, O K L A., STAR
The Anderson Grocery
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
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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
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
iiti In ItlK'i hy tho cz.r's manifesto of
March fi When til ft ofUml ciiinu out
of prison liu had mjly thn o rubles In
his ioi ki't Hit l.r.i earned n.000 ru
ins so far A Mt soovv iiuvvspapcr H
puMlHlilhg hit diary and a cinemato
graph firm has paid him $1,500 for
fllniH Illustrating his llfo In Itussla
lie Ih the man of tho hour
1 1 In known In thn police all over!
Kuropu and America ns an exceeding
ly ai (Duipllshcd Hwlndlcr, who speak
Czar of Huiti.i
half 11 dozen laiiguagts and whose
peelult) Is the pa slug off oil thu
I'.ulliliss of foigeil bonds ami n?iurl
He accounts for ml the records of
rharges and cunvutluin aralnst him
In wirloua parts ol the globe In two
Klther thev weie 1 rimes uimniltti'U
CURIOUS WOMAN GETS CLEW
Listens to Men's Talk and Soon
$50,000 Worth of Stolen Jewels
lAiug llramh J A woman s
lurtuslt) led to the recover) here of
most of the JD0 ODi) worth of Jewels
stolen from the home of llnrrv 1
Hitas a New York lawer It devel
oped that the urnst of James Mcln
Scott, In whose homu i.t Greenwich,
t onn as the nlliged principals In
the lubber was tlM result of iletec
thu work on the part of Mrs Hugeuu
Scott, In whose home at (ircenwlch
Ithlnd who wns nmploed as a iiurso
In a sanitarium al llneiiwlih look
Mclntjre visited Ithlnd and tho
landlad's curloslt was such that "he
listened while the men weie talking
In Ithlnd'e room and heard them ills
cussing thn disposition of some ,'jw
els The pollco recovered from a satchel
In the posM-bhloii of the l o men
practical all of the JeweU, nnd while
Jtclntyre Is alleged to hate confessed,
1 Ink y Mt vtwuy 1 1
e ' yggax.'fe. wHS8F& AiFv, . -' j?wi&2
In a cousin who Is remarkably Ilku
111 in or ho Hays the) worn charges
trumped up against him h thu Rus
sian tuii't police In order to Bel rid
of a dangerous nihilist
According to his own story, ho took
part In tho llusso Turkish war of 1S77
and was j.everel) wounded at l'lovna
There Is some ground for doubting
this account for ho received no medal
nnd no wound pension All that Is
known Is that In lbTS ho gavo up his
V. hen Sin In was 011 tilal at 1'au la
I90b for swindling ho told thu E.imo
htor of being wounded at IMevna as
I well us at Santiago do Cuba Tho
, French (oiut ordered tho prison doc
tor to examine his "wounds" Tho
iloilor reporti d that thero certainly
I wire scars visible, but they wero ro
I celvid In battles other than those of
After a thrilling escape from the
l'rendi gendarmerie ho tit tl to tho
I llalkans, where ho enlivened proceed
lugs b) presenting himself as a can-
illilate for the Bulgarian throne
Ills si hemes, however, wero fruB
trited h) a Moscow tmber to whom
he owid nionej, and who happening
to be In Constantinople at tho samo
time, gave Information to thu Russian
fiiihixa as to Savin's Identity,
rim luckless adventurer was sent '
to Narliii, a desolate ttmvlct settlu
ment In Siberia, but within three
mouths liu succeeded III escaping
Afterward he llvnl In Chicago,
where ho worked as a car conductor
and was naturallK d as an merlcan
citizen He was married In Canada
and 111 rested ami seutenciil thero for
dealing In forged bonds In 1000 and
has since been arrtsted In New York,
l.lhbou, rinlaud and 1'au He tells
wonderful stories of ebcapes from SI
Ihm la mid Is, In fact thu most brilliant
artist In modern fiction
Diet From Shock of Son's Death.
I'otthvllle, l'a John II Stanton of
SiMirtaia died after IMng eight ears
In agon) mused h shock when the
aiiuounii mi lit of thu death of his son
was siuldt ul made to him This be
icnvcmcut following the ikath of a
daughter a short time befnie, to un
nervid him that his bod) shook it I
' most toust.iutl) ever slme, and his
constant prajers to b allowed to
I die were answered
Ithlnd denied ho had mi) thing to do
with the lobbery
He is a teacher of wrestling, nnd
fought desperatel) with tho poller bo-1
fore the) overpowered him Abor
tions b) Mc!nt)ro that .Mar) Krugr.
tho seventeen ) ear old maid einplo)ed
nt tlio Haas home, to whom hu was
engaged, had packed the Jewels read)
for the robber), lid to tho )ouiic
woman s arrest also
NAP RUINS JUDGE'S DIGNITY
"It That You, Eugenie?" He Askt
When Roused from Hlj Slum
ber In Court.
I'arls - Oh' sleep, It Is a goitlo
thing, bclovul fiom pole to pole1'
Hut piople who Indulge In lurt) winks
at the wrong moment get into trouble
I wo Judges of the Seine tilbunil
.110 Indicted rather badl with the
Judicial habit f napi'lu, anil the oth
er dt) during a earn In which the)
weie 011 the bench in ciTlup.iii) !lli
thu prtbidtnt uf tho court the Itillu
dice ut the heal wuvu combine' v.llli
LAUDS AN AMERICAN SCHOLAR
Temps fJevotet Its Leading Editorial
to the Visit of Harvard Uni
ParlB Tho Tumps devotes Its prin
cipal editorial to tho vlBlt of Dr Ab
bott I.nwreneo Lowell, president of
Harvard untyerslty. deserlblug him as
"one of thu lenders of American
Abbott Lawrence Lowell.
thought whoso presenco among us will
still further tighten tho bonds of rau-
tual cstc"' nn1 nrdent sympathy bo-
tween Franco nnd tho United States
Tho Temps points out that tho ndvent
of Dr Lowell In Harvard coincided
with tho reaction In faor of French
methods Previously German meth
ods had relgued exduslvely In Amor
Old House Has 365 Windows.
London Tho late Lord Northamp
ton owned 0110 of tho show places of
Kugland In Compton Wjngatcs, In
Warwickshire, 0110 of tho finest exam
I pleB of a half timbered house to bo
found In Kngland It Is a splendid
specimen of Tudor architecture, with
battleinented towers nnd inullloned
window r, and has been preserved In
tact from tho das of Heurj VIII ,
whose prill nppear over the gateway.
N't two of Its chlinnc)s are allko and
iheie are 3CR windows
Jailed as a "Common Scold."
Atlantic City, N J Charged by her
ncighbois with being a "common
scold," Mru Annie Clnicano was
brought beforo Hecorder Kecfer here.
tho tedious pleadings of an uninter
esting case sent them Into a profound
According to a report that has
aroused much merriment In legal cir
cles one of thu Judges, being mused
b) tho too of a colleague gently
pressed ugulnst his calf, murmured,
"Is that )ou, Kugtiile'" and awoke to
wonder wh) the court was dissolved
LMe Car of Dynamite.
1 ronton, N J Somewhere on tho
Trenton division of tho I'ens)lvaula
railroad Is a car of d)namlte, but its
enct location cannot bo llxed. 'Iho
ear 1 out. lining the cp!oslvu has been
niibblng borne time and thu load otll
clnls .11 u greatly worried
First Woman Jury's Verdict.
San riauclsio 'lho Hist woman
Jui) to nppear In a felony caso In Cal
Iforula retutned a veidiet of not guilty
ifti r two hours' deliberation In tht
ciifce of n woman on trial for an al
leged attempt at blackmail.
Wiles and deceits rrc vvunieu'i tpo
CluHlei, Aotchjli n.
Money to Loan on Anything of Value Uncle Ben is tho
poor man's friend We carry a Sample Line of Good Shoes,
a Sample Line of Tailor-Madc Misfit Clothing. Wc have
IJig Bargains in everything in our store When you need
a friend, come and see "Uncle Ben "
Houses, Lots, Farms and Timber Land, Oil and Gas Leasei.
Money to Loan on City and Farm Real Estate. Sec
In the Office of Attorney II. A. Guess, Room 10 Rosenficld Buildinj.
PHONE 3337. TULSA, OKLA.
When You Come to My Town Look For Mo
M. J. LATH0N "
THE BAGGAGE MAN.
Prompt, First-Class Service and Courteous Treatment to Everybody,
Council at Law
Practicing in all courts of Oklahoma; member of the bar of the
United States Circuit Court of appeals. Specialty in probate mat
ters and land titles, and railroad damage Buits
Office Room 6, Roienfield Bldg.
H. AUGUSTUS GUESS
jTen Years' Continuous Practice. Civil and Probate
Matters a Specialty.
ROOM 10 ROSENFIELD BLDG. TULSA. OKLA.
Wells Hair Manufacturing School
Where More than Twenty Different Arts and
Trades are Taught. Diplomas Furnished
on Graduation. The world needs you.
Let us teach ycu.
Mrs. Dora Wells, Manager. J. H. Wells, Proprietor.
613 EAST ARCHER. PHONE 2365.
FOR REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND
SEE J. B.
Directory of the Ministerial Alliance
TL'LSA. OKLAHOMA, 1913.
Rev C. L. Ncthcrland, Prcs., Res. 806 E. Archer. Phone 1864.
Rev J. F Kcrsh, Vicc-Pres. Res East Archer and Jackson.
Rev. II. G. Griffin. Treasurer, Res. 307 North Frankford.
Rev. T J. Jones, Chaplain, Res. 50; N Greenwood Ave.
Rev. F. K. White, Critic of Outlines, Res. 31J E.tcr.
ju. A. Johnson, Secretary, Res. 305 N, Greenvooil Phone 24S1,
First and Main Streeti
301 N. GREENWOOD
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