The Tulsa Star (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 14, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 13, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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THE TULSA STAR TULSA OKLAHOMA.
THE TULSA STAR
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KiiMi-il i m I aim raitlur April II. IDIH.at thn Pout Ouiro at Tulaa
Oklahoma. iiiuI.t tho Aot of March 3 1870.
MRU. O. lLSMITIIUIMAN
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"WHERE TO FIND IT."
Tell me thou sun that lights the darkest shore
Dost thou not know some place where mortals deceive no more;
Some spot congenial Kay ; sonic realm in beauty dressed
Where free from society's bone the weary soul may rest?
The sun dunifoundcd withdrew in silent woe
And wept in shame as he answered "NO."
And ye most beautiful stars that with such shinniiiK eyes
Dost see the world in night's embrace when ever dny dies;
Tell me in all thy rounds have ye not seen some spot
Where truth and honor lives and virtue wanoth not?
The stars collapsed having viewed this "tear-vale" o'ver
And trembliiiK.arose bewildered to answer "NO."
Tell me thou mighty deep whose billows surge and dash
Hast thou not found some place where price of man-hood is not
A place where honest man may find the bliss for which he sighs;
Where sonow and strife ne'er lives and friendship never dies
The mad waves leaped as UioukIi by death monster met!
Then settling to a peaceful calm replied "NOT YET."
Oh! man of power who has traveled this broad world o'er
Thou lofty mind and restless heart and startlinK soul of yore
Tell me if in thy search in fields of such broad scope.
Have ye discovered a habitation from frauds and ilirts remote?
These combined powers to mortal man God-Riven:
Moved back the condusivo curtain and pointed up to "HEAVEN"
It. S. GAMBLE Okmulgee Okln.
What has become of Gov. Williams Economy program?
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It is now time to begin cleaning up your home place and
planting that garden to reduce the high cost of living.
The Teachers and the Lawyers have attacked the city this
week and the town has fallen under the fire of their great intel-
lectual seige grens.
The Star sanatorium has been headquarters for many of the
visiting teachers and lawyers this week and they hnve all indulged
more or less in evvssive Mattery of the Star nnd its editor. How-
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Complete Program of The State
FIR9T DAY OENFRAL SESSION.
Morning Station 10 A. M
Hound Tablo by Prof. L. I. Henderson . . ...Lantton
Appolntmont of Committees.
Wolcome Address (Cltlienc) ...Iter. J. A. Johnson
Wolcomo Address (Teachors).. . .. ......I'rof. J. W. Hughe
nesponso Prof. J. W. Pettus . .. McAlester
AFTERNOON SE88ION 2 P. M.
Instrumental Solo Miss Era Venters Vlnlta
Addrsss Supt K. K. Obcrholtzer Tulsa
Music Miss II. H. Torrent . .... nioldenvllla
I'llKSlDKNT'S ANNUAL ADUIIESS. itoiueaviii.
Report of Officers.
Election of Officers
EVENINQ 8E88ION 8 P. M.
"A NlKht with Negro Composers."
SECOND DAY MORNINO 8E88ION 9 A. M.
Symposium Every Day Problems In Teaching.
Prof Kelly Miller. University Washington. D. C.
Addross-Supt. K.N.Collotte. . .. Muskogee
Tho Moral Effect of Negro Pictures on our School Walls
Prof. Win A. Hill nentlesTlllo.
S. L. Hargrore jloloy.
Negro Supervision of Negro Schools.
Prof. C. H Dryant. Muskogee.
Prof. O. W. Cary Guthrie.
EVENING 8ESSI0N 7:30 P. M.
Motion Pictures Music.
v'.nMn 0l - -Ml" blB v"hn
J.'?'1" Sol Prof. II. M. Hactll Tulsa
ii . . . .. The Tul4a "'Kh Phool Chores
Address Prof. Kolly Miller. University
v 1 o 1 Wathlngton D C.
''" 7 " - -Mr. L. 8. Gibson Joynion
Installation of Officers
MORNING. SESSION 9 A. M. SATURDAY.
"Vocational Training In Public Schools
Prof. E. II. Hill Hennessey.
Prof. It. D. Hunt Claremore.
Mrs. Grace Dorsey. Chldcaaha.
Every Day Problems In .Teaching."
Prof. Kolly Miller Washington D. C.
PROGRAM OF DEPARTMENTAL MEETING3.
2:00 o'clock P. M. Friday Feb. 12th
CONDUCTOR MISS BIRDIE VAUGHN. MUSKOGEE.
Naturo Study Mlss J. M. Woodson. Okmulgee
Discussion . M3S Bfcsge f.oydi CnandIer
Tho Valuo of Dramatization Miss Zephyr M. Dryan Claremore
Mrs. Corlne Eaglcson Oklahoma City.
s Zcna Foster Lukfartha.
Storry-telling Discussed and Illustrated
Mrs J W. Hughes Tulsa.
Discussion . . Mra. Mi E Kne Muskoeeo
Tho Palmer System of Writing Demonstrated
M II Oladncy Weleotka.
Primary Music ... Mrs. L c. clllrk Mu3Voge(
Gramrrar Department 2:00 o'clock P. M. Friday Ftb. 12th
CONDUCTOR J. W. HUGHES TUL8A.
Tho Advantage of Combining Grados In the Ilural Schools.
Miss Dora Hder Olbson Station.
W. T. Itlckman Luther.
E. E. Clark r'allls.
How to Italso the Staidard of Scholarship-
Mrs J. E. Thompson Clearvlew.
D. M. Lewis Kingfisher.
. . Ml" Calla 11. Williamson Shawns.
Demonstration of Music In tho Orammar Grades
Mri. L. C Clark. Muskogee.
The Palmor System of Writing Demonstrated.
II. II. Gladney Weleotka.
High School Departments 00 o'clock P. M. Friday Feb. 12th
CONDUCTOR I. B. McCUTCHEON ATOKA.
Tho American Educational Ideal Z. J. Novels Muskogee
I) session Mrs. L. L. Sawncr. Chandler
1 10 Ethical Valuo of Athletics.. ......... G. A. Konyon Ardmore
Discussion N jTuiker Ta
Tho Summer School and tho Teacher
O. W. Ilrooks Ft. Gibson.
Discussion . ...... . . w watman. Sapulpa
Increased Iloaponslblllty of Schools for Moral Training
O. D. Hutton Strlngtown.
Mrs. M. Jnhnson-Jones Muskogee.
U McNeil Eufaula.
High School Music Mrs L. C. Clark Muskogee
Principals Department 2:00 o'clock P. M. Friday Ftb. 12th.
CONDUCTOR J. H. A. BRAZELTON Oklahoma City
What Part Should Principals Take In Patrons' Clubs T
It. N. Pyrtle Chlckasha.
Discussion ... EU1oni EI n0
J. J. Thurmun Iloley.
Tho Abnormal Child B. F. Wilson Doynton
K. L. Coffey. Wewolu.
Fred McNeil Watonga.
Somo Elements of Success In School Supervision
W. II. Fort Okmulgee.
Discussion t. W. Orlssom. Muskogee
Manual Training Department 2:00 o'clock P. M. Friday Feb.
CONDUCTOR F. W. DRUNER OKLAHOMA CITY.
Tho Effect of Manual Training on Thought Culture and
Character A C. Perdua.Muskogee
Discussion .... s. o. Johnson Okmulge
Importance of the School Garden In Teaching Agriculture
J. II. Davie Porter.
W. 11. Haynes Hoffman.
P. F. Whlttaker Guthrie.
Domestic Science 2:00 o'clock P. M. Friday Ftb. 12
CONDUCTOR MR8. NELLIE GREEN MUSKOOEE
Domestic Art as a Factor In Public flcbool Education.
Miss' Lliile Marie Luckett Hennessey.
Discussion .... ifrs. j. l. Wilkinson. Hugo
Domestic Sieuc In the Ilural Schools How Taught!
1 Irene Stewart Chandler.
Miss Katie F. Smith Dass.
Mrs. II. M. S. Jones Iloley
Tho Home an Important Factor la tho Development of
Character Mrs Maud Preston) Okmulgee
Doitieillcj Sclonco us a r'aUor In Reducing tho Cojt of
'-' " -Miss Lula CurUs Tulsa
News Around Town
Mrs. Lulu Mny Adams and Howe
daughter nnd sji of Mr. and Mm.
S. D. HottP. ' Elgin e on the
sick list this week
J ;. Island a former city of
Mtisknui'P wns in ihe cit th'n city
II J Cuvecr. the tnilor 1ms re-
turned tn tl.c city nnd is meeting
his frieiuU at the gaino old atniiii
Mrs. Hcttle Williams of Houston
Texas has arrived In the city and ex-
pects to nmko her futuro home hcru
..in. i... iir.4liir. Mr. II. Garland a
local real ostate dealer of this Tulsa
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR
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See B. GARLAND
Phoue 4280 114 N Greenwood
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.I. it i Ti1in Omrk No 9 will
glvo an old tlmo "Turkey and Chick
en Supper" with numerous oilier re
freshments Monday night reii. ...
n.imv. nnd Freeman popular young
tailors formerly of Dalas Texas have
opened business In tho Curly building
on N. Greenwood nnd aro Introducing
thomsehca to the vX-oplo of Tulsa ftlth
a high grade of wotlt tn their lino
They are original cutters end makers
hut aro also engaged In tho cieari.iK
w s. Madden merchant tailor for-
Lerl'y of this city who has been on-
hagfxl In business in Iloley nas reiur..-
1a .- r..i.. nn.l tins onened a neat well
enulpped tallorlns establishment on the
corner of Archer and urecnu
Woods building. Besides being a
professional tailor Mr Maddn. U con-
flurtlne a (rents furnishing -art-ment
on "-" ""lo "e l"' run
h's huslness In Iloley
Mrs Flnrinn Loupo bus rereUed
a rhepk from th Am"rioin Vntinn-
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dence. SuO 13 Archer Street-
Tho fourth annual session of tho
State Colored liar Association met In
this city osterday for a two diya
session which closes today after one of
tho most Interesting meetings of ll.e
organization. Tho association was
'called to order yesterday morning by
lawyer J. II. Stevens of Okmulgco.
A number of pioralnenr laweri
from all over the state were present
and tfxk psr' In te deliberations.
Among tl.i)" piesont are.
W. J. Wr.ll.ico ObniMlERe
C. U. Porter Wewoka
S. T Wiggins Wagoncr
W. II Twine. Muskofceo
M J. Jones Iloley
C. U. Corbctt Wowoka
MAN ACCUSED OF KILLING CON-
STABLE IS TAKEN OUT BY
Mayflcld. Ky. Fob. 10. Thomas
Tinker white accused of killing nich-
nnl Tart n constable was taken from
tho jail hero last night and lynched
His body wa3 riddled with bullets.
Tho bnolilng was done by llfty or
moro men who redo In from tho north-
ern part of tho county whero the
shootlni; of tho constable took placo
Monday when Tart and constablo
Blcaggs attempted to arrest Tinker on
a chnrgo of houso breaking
v FOR RNT: Two umall lintifp
in Lincoln Park Addition.
Phone No. 7
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Who will help us. C!hI1931.
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NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
Mr G W. Hnrriso" has spcipiI
his conii'Ttini. with Tbe Tulsu Sin
to engnue i ilic iuaurnnc business
and Mr John Sirndrmd Ims Ixcn
emnliived xs City Curulat.ir All of
our city fiib-i ribeiK are hereby no-
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Objects to Her
ing Golre dMan
Roderick M. Toombs Sayr White
Church Worker la Being Detained
Against Her Will Seeks Court Aid.
Waukcgnn 111. Teh 6. Tho color
lino has broken out in Zlon City. This
fact camo to light last week when
Itodcrlck M. Toombs sought the aid of
tho court In order to wed May
Mltchpll a whlto church worker In
Alexander Dowio'a famous town Mr.
Toombs .said that Miss Mitchell has
been Imprisoned by hor mother who
objects to tho marriage. Ho sought
a writ of habeas corpus to compel tho
mother to release her daughter
Other Teachers In
Attentlauce at the
W. E Day Mrs. Mary Watman Mrs.
E. D. alass Miss O. Underwood.
Mrs. A. C. Clark Mrs. M. Johnson
Jones I'rof. J. Tyler Smith Miss HeJ-
len Hell Miss Mamie Caaliler. Mr.
Curry Miss II. n Johnson Trot. H D.
The Cherry Grocery.
Staple Fnncv Groceries We
T-k n sh.ire of your trade
Fresh cured and salt meats
Country butter and eqe :
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Smitherman, Andrew Jackson. The Tulsa Star (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 14, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 13, 1915, newspaper, February 13, 1915; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72700/m1/4/: accessed July 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.