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w "l"M'irtiwi.t,, j :i' ;. A OUR suascRipnoH LIST MAKES A VAXUAIHC utoroM for ADVEftTttDta TEARLESS EXPONENT Or RIGHT AND JUSTICE r 'Vfx Ki SUCCESSOR TO THE toUSKOGI e. TA& Vol. 2, No. 7 TULSA, KLAHO.MA, SATURDAY. V Subscription $l00 Par Yea --!! " (' " Y' ". - -' ME ULM5 AK - - - fr7 ' W x . 0--.1 c- -. V f T T EX-0. S. NAVY AUDITOR in Tulsa Last Week Ralph Tyler Entertained by the Tulsa County J Hon. ICnlpIt Tylet. o.-nutlitor of the l'. S. Navy, was tin1 guest of honor ul a gay hauuct here Thursday night of Inst week, given under the auspices ol the Tulsa i County Negio r.nxiiH'ss League. Mi. Tylor is organizer for I lie Na tional Xegro Husiuess League, of which Hooker T. Washington is president, and his visit to Okla homa is to work up enthusiasm for the next meeting of this- or ganization, which meets at Mils kogeo iict year. 'I''"' welcome 10 coption ti.iii-i.il ii 'ivii. '." ' lalionia has hem prnnouni- J wheievor he has stopped, lint i'.n. more so than that giwn hnn who., he came to Tulsa. 1 1 ir tall at tin. FiiM Hiiptit chinch was fall of good Miuud advice to tile mimed citizens of Tulsa and was ver, much. uijotvcd li.v iiin. who heaid him. Fiidtiy the distinguished visitor was escorted about the east end, and on their loute the pai t y foarid thoii way to the Star's, saw turn, win re the editors acipiaintr.uce with I his great Xegio wax te newed. Thetrical Doings John Allen, the most veisatile of '. Homier-, and produceis, is always sine ol a hearty welcome, as hi is as much 4 a gentleman otl Ihe stage a- lie N an artist on it. 'ihe People's tan lio.ist of Inn ing (he only real oi chest ra in the south. The new tioor is ipule an lin pioveuieni. .Mi. and -Mrs. linger, tiie piuuccis oi' vamleville and mo tion pictures in this city, are cre ating quite a stu in the theatiical line. The next move they make will be n liiggei surprise than ever before. Always geuuiou.s and randy to do anything foi the com fort of their pations, Mi. Rogers informs the writer that he is go ing to make his house Ihe home of vaudeville and motion pictures. That menus that the Tulsonans will get the best. Xluxy Upton leaver toi Dallas, Texas,' to join my old tu'end, Jim Crosby. Ootid luck, Maxy; you are n tine chap. The new Crown Uarden, for merly Morgan's dance hall, will open in lull bloom as a vaudeville and picture house. The theatre goers of Tulsa liad n rare treat Thanksgiving matinee and night iu the "Smart Set," with Siletn Tutt Whitney and company was royally entertained by the jolly good fellows and the Star after the show at Cleaver & Cherry Hall. 'Ibis being noteworthy of mention, that the malinger of the Star, Win. McClain, wroto the llrst production of the "Small Set," the houe was packed to the doois; sold out two days befoie the show opened. That is saying soniethinii foi a town with two other colored shows and rill well ...-..... .. I.....1 n.l.nn llin 1ntilll fl f 1111 Ililll.MIKL.I, .Ul. l.-V. l"'l'"'"""" is nliout 7,(1110 in the city; 30 in im nnimfv l"" ",'. Business League'1" O t every w All performers write in to the manager of the Stai, for there is something doing. The Star at Tonight's Musicak MllT iimwCrmi ii "4jBiX!lKUM '1 lu Tl ll.ng D aina'" So rnnn who h Is i ever faili-ii to p'.e.i!.e tiie nr " critical indiei it - She will nppi ar at the Vernon A XI E clitnib, this c tv, toiMght, Don't fail to hear her The Star's t!H(l loiter lilads. 'J.itl envelopes. Hill i-aids, best linen tlni-h single column cut and blotter, for $."i.0. Send good picture aiid one dollar with order, ami same will lie deliveitd tluee davs aflei older is received. TUI.SA riMNTIN'G COMPANY, Olllce, i'.lll N. Oreeiiwootl Ave., Tulsa, Oklu. I'lircluiKf Coupon for Those Who Cannot ('nil. Sign and mail Ibis coupon. We send orders everywhere. Tl'I.SA STAH Pi HUSHING CO. I heiebv neiept our special olfer and desire to purchase according to price and term mentioned in your pajnr. I enclose for llrst, payment ami agiee to pay tin balance on rei eipt ot the goods. Signed Street and number City and State - Harrison Lionized Lnwyei William II. Harrison of Oklahoma City nddressed a fill! house at the Xlt 'ion Baptist chinch here Sunday, and it is 1, fl..l ,i . fl,,,, ' ' ' '" he is one of the best orators that kCUU, T.) l CA1JIMj Of the First Kinanci pation Proclamation This handsome pii-liim Ill. inches, in commemoration ol the Fiftieth Xmas .iiuiviiir,v ol Fiei'iloin, will he given free with en uliMiilier In the Tulsa Slur ine viar. Agents wauled lieie. Don't -full to sub- senile. .ililitss-, inl-a Mar. He signed by Win. McClain. I'ub lislied h ihe TiiImi Star I'rlnting I'oiup. n. '!H N uonuood ave. I Great Offer ever spoke from a pulpit in tins city. Lawyer Harrison is en gaged in a determined tight against (lie Jim Crow law in this state, having given his service 10 the Constitutional League of thjs state without charge. The ease is now In the supieme court an.l will come up some time iu Iei-eniber. Ernest, the jxirtor of the Plazn Hotel, wns seriously cut iu the Boston Pool Iltil, Tuosilny even' ing nbout 8 p. in., by an Individual called Hoogieniun, over u game of .. " " TEACHERS ASS. IS HERE Muskogee sends special train Prof. Graham coming K. C. J Jin Man to Star I'rof. II. It. firahani. ot Kansas Cit, an ex member ol the West em I'niwisiiy faculty, will ar live in 'I ub a Suild:., .... .Moi da uioiuiiiy will i a la up hi,-, i: duiii-s as a -i.i i,ii editui oi' ;!h. papei. Mi. Ctahain i .n ,., tin oldest liewspapei' m i n Hi!- Co.inliy. II. uig.iui7el th We-t em l'uieisiii N'etiii' l'n-. Assi, 'ei.iiioii, ol which tilt e.'ilt., o, thiy I ' i- now lire ili-ii , xixti-eu J vi .us ago. and K now historian of I 'I i oigauintiou His identity .m. i the Tulsa Star means much ' . piibli. as well uk to the , n 'If of this papei. The Star is now assured of continued sue ces. Twenty Gue ts !. ,t 1'ltrt - . V..tl Ihmu r at the 1 1'irnf A ivr Miinpiuoiu tu.l appetiz c Thaiiksgiung (biiuer was i I'll in ihe Hast end Thurstlay iwiiing h Xlr. and Mrs. P. y. at ley :.t their resilience oil North Frankfort. 'I lie host aiid hostess spared no pain- to feast their guests and otherwise entertain them. The pailoi was temporarily annexed to ibe dining room rind both dec orated in gay colors. The p.'ni.i fiastod until about io:,o p. in, atter wlucli tliev in dulged in social games until about midnight. Following is the menu served: Claret Punch Olives Dill pickles Celery Koast Turkey, Cranberry Jelly Suckling Pig, Piquant Sauce Mrussel Sprouts. Plain June Peas in Cases .Mashed Turnips, Country Style Sliced Tomatoes. SALADS Grape Fruit Salad with Xlayon- naisc Dressing. DESSKRT Neapolitan Ice Crcarn Devil's Food White Xlountain Cake .-American cneesc ssortetl Candies. Mixed Nuts and Fruits Dcinitassc Xlr. ustin Curtis and wife gave a big Thanksgiving dinner in honor of his sister XIrs. C. C. Xlorgan of Chetopa, Kansas; their invited guests were Xrr. and XIrs. lake Dillard. Xlr. and XIrs. .Geo. Keltic, XIrs Piunic Young, Clod Curtis and Willie Young. Crown (innlen, formerly tHe Morcrmi ilance hall, ! now going under com plete alteration, will open thankstriv- Ing with Boyd ft Williams, comedy K. Oklahonia l.itiitt Assivciaiion hai, just closed a ?r .siuces.sful meetiug city, which as atleiukul in thl by many brilliant leaciurv Vim. tl. K. Mason, orunui.er and inesi- dent of the asMieiaiiou. nie-ideil. A specciul tmin anivul over the Midlu d Valley from Muskogee ys teidny , louring about Tfi teuulierc The tKucliLTH will leitve for their homi'h touight ami tomorrow. The new nflicers will he given In next issue of the Star. IN A MJ2THOD1ST CHURCH The Devil Tempts the Poet. B L O.C'oi.uei vine XI outlay night In a .Methodist church poet went to speak, l progres-. of his race mi man's highest peak. hen he rccitetl a poem t Of the capture of his race, Anything but pleasure Was seen on his face. For suddenly there appeared A monster large ami stout, lie. the poet never feared, While he carefully loI.r.i about; lie wa 'ai.ic a nl awkvird Can the Deil cry, "'iii(;s v.i 'j.il.ig backwards, .lell was hi hi eye. Willi the poet he was angry, lie could not have his way. Was he to be condemned. What would the people say? While hoping in his rostrum Pointing to the she. He shook lus bald head And shouted out a lie, He passes for an angel Often trys to .shout, Hut he is the devil, God will knock liini out. There was compulsory, There was conspiracy. A virgin arose to sing, The music was too slow: When her voice began to riug, The music was too low. The De il tried to look wise. The Poet he heard was baptised. Diction. Manager (t Sand Spring The- manager had a run out to the new city Wednesday alter noon, timl wan sju piiscd ' to Jml the eoloieii settlement building bouses at the rate of thuo u wtt-L. Mrs. Win. I.aue, former hcIiooI teacher, has a lovely cottage bungalow, also Mrs. Harriett aiid Mm, 3iays. There sue several buHiuess men doing nicely. Sand Springs is only a 10 cent ride from Tulsa, and Ik a coming town. Mrs. Win. Lane is the repiWeutu tiyo of the Tulsa Star. Tlie manager of the Slur lntervluwi Mi. Lorler, ho usxurml him that h would look ufter the Circuit ood Ave. roatl at noon ii ho could pesvtbly could. Mr. MiiKhi's, Mr. Avery una the mnyor iiMiued tht- Star I mm tnut the good work will noon btKln. The BUr id.'Oerj The nmiuiKeig, Wllaon and Siiilth any they will book nothing but the best and latent rut time and that fquabblern will be eliminated. The N Teachers'