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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JULY I, 1920
Visitors See Few Re
minders of Old Dayi
HISTORY IS RECALLED
Incidents That Made Cali
fornia Famous Arc Related
, to Safer Listener!
SAV MlANCIftCn, .limr an Vial
torn to the democratic national rnn
vrntkin will wc Imt fiw remlndea1
cif the old, romatlc days of Hun
Franelaeo, whan the red-ehine!
miners swept down from tic gnil-
sfr ; i.. . it- ol it.. 'I
threw rifiriitl "t p. iv Ilrt" on the
t r. Mmi ci.ll'ttl:. fin what
ever thi y wlshi-d tn purl haee-
Thcv will nevi-r run across such
rhnrnctcrs us the lltt ! old million
If who used tn hnunt th" "llaibary
onnst" f tXfftJ tn lha memory of
kftrae of tin n ! time r-Mfnly Tlit.
Individual who had hit a "yav
Streak" earl) In ttv mother W11
of Mortem t'lllfomln, used to order
One i 1 1 ' i llliir lualld of tin mpitKtir.
thi' prlif f which he kntw Wfll. Al
thntiRh hr ni a "good fallow" he
sever trnniu :iiiow eisaeelf to b
victimized tin' lao i virion ftnan
gearing of the uetrtrt. lie would
keep thi- cork from evctv bottle, no
atatlei how pimtrivtal ha might br
an When tli.' ttmi came to afttla up
he would prod tree thse corks to
check agalnal hut Mil if tfca dun
illil not coincide with thi- "vldencc of
the oOrttaaa he would not pay It.
flour ! the touring "coast" Bltd Ita
less plrltircsniii' environs. "Pottle"
Koonlr : i r l "Pottle" Meyers' who
used to tun noisy k fighting es
tablishments in what la now the
shadow of lha hall of Itistlc, have
hint: villas pegged on am' the "Mnn
tnn.i dance hall," moat Marine unit
b1a.ta.nt of all the coast resorls la
hnr'llv ii tn, unify Even thi eetab
llnhnii'tif of th" opt Oaf Riatl doctor,
according to some local .histories
used t" he thi- Herman rmpi'ror'a
paraonal r.hyeletafi, la gone aimoat
friirn the paoollaotton tf map It I
here thai tlir ,1 en lae ns of th.' "ronat"
were bathed anil shunt anil set right
physically after their Jouata with
Chinatown guide, atin point out
th tittle reatauriaal bangtail prceati
ouslv over old Dupont atr-eel where
rank Koriie. tin' author wenr paauv
aloniillv to ti t a hit of loral color
btractly ahead and farlrur th Hall
of Juatloa In Portamouth Hipmra. a
rova for tha cltv'a 'human d'lff
whari tho Vtffttantta Htaira many i
tlrrlnfr arrnp and tho "aand-lotlara''
undi r tha laadarahlp of nary Tvnnia
Kearney, dlaeouraad thn town'a poli
Home of the old wine ahnpa, rlvnla
Iti the new world nf the coffee houai-a
of Adillaon and Steele a aatherlnt
placca of the artlata and the literati
tin clinic to the i.atin Quarter. Hut
moat of the old cafe, where much
of the clty'a hlatory waa plotted, re
nialn In name one' (tone la Duncan
Iflohol'a, rhe "Bank BsohMisa" t
former dayH where the fArnotta I'laoo
Punch w;iM aerved over a mahoKany
bar that waa lirouicht utoutid the
Hern. The old Cliff llouae, where
kretldentl of the United Wlatea and
other renowned Itlneranta uaed to
enjoy the ttca food breukfaata, w.te
burned yeura auo.
On Wnverly Place atlll may he
eeen the ipiattera of the uld Siberia
ilub, at rone ho Id of Yeo Idea, "Kinu
Of ('hlnntown.'- Here, before the
police "axe pnrtlea" hocame a feature
of Chinatown, the chance Kamea of
'coon can." "chuck -a lurk" and
"fan-tan" were played in the inldat
of a muze of corrldori. alldlnK panela
Worked liy tcrent i-eeret eprlnirw and
.'.ii: orders nf opinion anil Chinese
dlahea. Alimr the MMblthg room
Were the ali'i'Vfs where III.- heatrn
ami broken pranteetera could nieep off
their dehauch atlil could remain un
til they had recouped their fortMkoa
The black doeka thai lined the
"front" from China Baatn to thu
I 'ri -.ill,, -i ' K i l n :i ii I tifatcly hert h
for ocean llnera huve naen in their
place. The dlntcy bara that Htood
back of Iheni, where aflveninrcr of
all decreet were once dropped, drua-
ntupefl.'d. thniiiKli tt.ipd s and
Into watting bcjatH below as part cf
the gte.it "Shanghatl uanie. all have
beeti awl-pi awa. The "ShanchUi '
waa the KyHtein for recruit inn the
crewa of the "llme-Julcers," the
great deep aen hai lia that pl. d
principally between Han PrunthteO
and South Ann rlrun porta. Tin y
got their name through, the fact tJi.it
for more than a deoude those urulvr
Ktih'iuih rectetery carried i. eon
a1gun;ent of lime Juice on every voy
age to coinh.it epidemic of meury
among th iwa. With improved
condition the acury .lis appeared
and the lime lull.' went b.i.U Into
tin- water front oocktalg.
The ball cannon that made up the
drf i ime.i of Mi. aid Pretildio ma)
atlll be aeeti In mock defenaB of
Butro height, Nob lllil oniw the
kome uf tin- city elite, ahoWa a
collection of jagged fountbvtlona,
gn ii h a tbr great file left It.
"South of the Slot" the ant b nt tene
BaititH have given way to mart
upartmenta In their mldat at.millng
the Blowly disintegrating rulna of
the "Muurton if iorrowa," known In
the Sp.iniah ua the "Miainn Pu
Ere," built in 1776 by tho Fr&s-etjtrangi
Owen's Hat First in Ring
Sriievlor ItobOfl I.. Out n of k im ih fiirt In SimniUhil; POMS,
Thr rni tii f Si'mitiir Holn-rt I. OWftll whm ftiHt to L pleV '! t"fre
th MmOOrfttlf COIlVnUon at Krli:o -nt t1h. It ir prHc!iir hy J.
1 1 . i v 1 1 1 1 lilm-LflitKh of Muskogee, fotnier iltHtilot attorney for tho t-infrrn
illMtrtrt of oii !;)). iinti
RKJlASTul'iJl., ,!unn '.:. Tin- vunrlng an;ilnt tlluhf fpni
ic ftp. of (It-ntMiil Wniiig'!. coin- lirrriluii-ik , on tht noMht9rn sh
rmnrlfM' ot anti-lonhlvlk tnrvvm In I hr Smh nf A' v, umh OAptUfod
thf Crlnn- t, itif r pni tt i to hi itrt-IfnrOM on Itinr 26.
mi t ion
WOMEN TAKE TO
Show Ability to Graip
Oreiit Issues at
iiv f:i. HtrnBtt CHtrnctt.
(Written Btpreaaly fur the I n I.)
AN I'UANfiHi ii. June :i That
worn-old phraaei "Puttlconl Poll
ute," I being i a ai d from the po-
ntii ai v.,! abujary,
Male polltli Inns even the atrotig
at anil aufft aglKte. are finding that
there I no aui h thing a "petticoat
politico" for the very rooeofl that
in Women are ni'.,., ire Into thi
political Kame In iniiii finhlnn
Thle DOIvVOntton I a liberal edu-
cntlon tot male polltlclnnt Vou may
lake that from Ml utli Sandita,
national comeiHteewdman from In
diana Nut khnltow riretlmeaj.
s'lld M tea inndere today: "On you
know that for the flrat time a
Whole lot nf men are finding nut
Unit .irnrti are not ahnllow little
real urea 7 Tin- wo mi n have i trlelB
ly ahown bin- that they havu n
Im nlth or mind and an ability to
graap grei Irhui Thta work of ed
ucation len'1 complete yet. Welob
the women four year from now."
And, my, how Independent the
femalea are after nearly an hour of
del In n enurita In trying to de.
tci mine Juat how far they aHotild go
m aaklng f.ivora from tlovernor
Roberta, of TraneaaM, in regard to
npeedlng up ratlflcntlnn of auffrage
H iggle Hmltli Math a v of lanill
ton, Mont., read the riot act to her
fejnule oomgNttrlota for lack of in
dependent! "Don't ak a alngle thing rroni the
men thai ymi think a man In politic
wouldn't nek for," ahe e,ld. "If you
w Ull to aiiceeed In polite, play the
I i'i"' juat the way the men do Don't
peater. don't teae, don't anmiy,
don't rely uion the fart that, you're
HUH la Pnlltlml Solomon.
-The ovntlon ihut followed thi
epeech nrtalnlv made It plain that
I the female eauriiH waa In agreement
I that Maggie wa a political (Momon.
Oeaplfe the Independenee. the
I WOmeg have added Juit a touch of
I refinement to tho convention pro
Oeedlnt "f COUrae, thi la rather
hard on aotne Of the old-tlnter. bu'
ttny are game even If the big brae"
cuapldorH have been removed froni
'In- i ontfentlon floor gnd even though
"tlM have In keep their veeta
buttOMd and their galtnee nut of
Mm, Dftnaef Itaatal,
The women ehiire with the men
tin- penapv of banter which OOmee
to ntont of i hoae In the . onventloti
llmellghi When lira palvln Ormaby
of San rranctaco Ipok the platform
vifftctdnv he Wftl gubjejetei to a lit
tle eajryeine haatne
llata Off, onfn the eft from
ei nil ijuait.'i of the hall Hid Mr
Ormaby atop tn min boraotf to
find nut whether her hair wa
: iiiiimed' She did hot. her hat cam
off. Powder pit'M vanity enaad and
1 Itp "tp'kv aii- g"lie in pi, lit fennile
There art no "paltlooal politloa"
and If It Weren't for the sold Parlfle
; wind. I even doubt If petticoat
would be the mode.
BROUGH LAUDS OWEN
GuVCWIMJT i i. ,1- Dkhilioinaii la Ad-
dauae m i nvi wortny suo
'-ir nf Wllaon Me Say.
SAN I'ltAM'ISro, Till., June .10.
dov Charlei M. Hmugh of Arkaneaa,
aecnndlng tin ii iminutton of Senator
Hubert 1, OWn of Oklahoma. ald .
"Arkunae. the elter common -wealth
of iklahoma. ha noted w"h
pride the ac-hlevi4neiit of one of thn
eouthwcat'a greateat aon. who, by
hi oonatrudlive atateemani-hlp In
thn United Stale aennte during the
past 13 year, richly mortt the
stately eulogy of Senator Conkllng
upon P reel dent Urant, "Orent la the
ardiioiia greatneaa of thing done "
"Tha patriotic otttaanafilp of the
great eotithweat. believing that the
nejt prraldi Mtlal conical will he one
of I won' and not rtyie of section Of
geographical dlvlalon. tak pride
In preantlng to tht convention the
name uf a dlHtlngulihed and COO
etructlvo atateainan, who waa pri
marily reaponalbla for tho paaaage
of the fehVr.-i! renervo act. the great
eat piece of financial leglalntlon ever
Placed on the statute hook of any
nation; the author of the federal
farm loan act, under the la'gtfl- lent
provision of which tsoo.oen.noo al
ready ha been loaned t. th" fenn
el of cur country at ria"iial,i
i it! nf intoraat; the praaldent of
the hfatlonal Popular tlnvernment
levaCUt nf the I'nlted State, with a
I uWarrt looklna program advocat
ing a cloture rule In the United
Statea senate, designed to make thi
agUi body a practical workshop
rather than a "iac nf thi- wind."
t lie abort ballot, the preferential hal
lot and the Initiative and referen
dum the Joint author of the federal
child labor ait. great St holar and
Matcsman who always ha lent hi
eloquent voice, hla extenelve train
ing, hi broad scholarship and hi
.i'i strui live statesmanship In sup
port nf tin poreonaltty and policies
of our matt htesa leader, Pre led on!
He halls from a land wlore the
people are 'broad-hai !cd, brown"
handed, upright a their plnet and
by th" wale of a hemisphere shape
their designs.1 I tske genuine prido
and pleaeure In et onriing the nom
Instlon for the hlghiKt office within
the gift of the greatest people on
earth, of that eminent erholar, pa
triotic iltlr.eii and constructive
statesman, who wear hi conscience
as hi king and wears the white
flower nf a blameless private and
public life, Senator Helmet I,. i)wen.''
ORDERS RELEASE OF AWES
towMoan iatnr ReM Ry m. m, :in , I
Mtiii' lit Suiuliiy
MK' Ii ' i i ITV, .lone an Denerai
P. Kllaa fa I lea, the wnr .Minister, lat
night OrdSrSd the rcleaso of lyieut
tantey . Ames, the American M
atOr w lm was forced to make a land
ing in btexlao IS atl lea south of thi
border Sunday last, while I oat in a
rainstorm. Amc had been In the
iL- , v , .... r. al.tV.nl.l.
lal Mai: i ni'H o hj
Oat Irlah Warning.
COHK, June 30 Tin Sinn Fell
fi.. warned Hrlg. Hen. C'. II T. I.u
en..., who Is a 1 tlaoner in Sinn l'cin
hands, that unless the pnlie,. ami
aoldbra ttop wierkiug towna to
Boutti Irehunl, Lupaa hlmsslt will Im
held responsible and ri iprlsalg will be
taken ugulnst him and any oth'-r
Jin" ' officers who are captured, it
wuj learned today.
He,,. .ft City TnJu-n.
BKi.i I:aIiI-; Jan. II --A report
ghat tho Albanian city ot Avollun
Sfapturod from the itutiiuia by Al
jiant. n liif.ui h-untti htm been received
fcy tho newspapsr i cava in a dia
patch from t'skub, southern iirrhU,
fche report adding that the entire
Italian giiritaun wan taken with the
Oil IlnquiTa li. nl.it
MKX1CO i'ITY, Juno 80. At tho
fourtli conf. '. lire of rnpresentatlves
Ef the oil lnteresta with General Js
Into Trevlno, eecretary of Industry,
ommarce nd labor, tl ti. ipi,m
frt Uii. OUjjaea yre . ..in a.
3-DAY CELEBRATION SALE
Silk Georgette Waists
$5 value, short sleeves, beautifully em
broidered; assorted colors, to clean up at
the special price of
A wonderful summery as
sortment of glorious voile
dresses cool, comfortable
A splendid assortment of
light and dark designs, to
clean up, per yard.
ft" I -wN..
Clever and cute, sizes from 4 to 14; values
from $1 to $6, to clean up, at
Gabardines and galataLs;
$7.50 values. Very popular
for summer wear. Special at
Saffron Jersey Silk
Cord-ruffled taffeta border. At
tractive variety (if Colon, $10
value, tn clean up, 03
Assorted pattern, 18c value, to
Men's Silk Liale Hoae
Spleiuliil values, worth 75c the
pair. Factory seconds to " Q.
clean up at ela7v
A hard wealing overall, to
35c value, to clean up,
Men's Wash Panta
A fine $8.50 value for summer
ui'iir, to clean up,
To clean up.
Straw Mat Sale
A snappy aortmenl of 18,60 values,
to clean up at
Men's Khaki Pants
A durable, well made garment,
tn clean up at
KEEP KOOL IN A KOOL KLOTH SUIT AT $8.95 TO $13.95
THE BARGAIN CENTER OF TULSA
LYONS' SHOE STORE
7 A lor lt1 . V -
rQotweare I ourth
i-iow shoes, high shoes, women's shoes, men's shoes, kiddies shoes, dress
shoes, sport shoes, white shoes, brown shoes, black shoes every kind of
good shoes for everyone.
"Falls on Sunday,
reads an old rhyme and for many of us it will be a three-day holiday.
Time enough to have a worth while outing.
For Thursday, Friday and Saturday we are featuring specials in shoes for
the Fourth that will prove very interesting You're sure to find a style
you like in these big Independence Day displays. ,
Most every one wants white shoes for these
warm days and especially for the Fourth.
Our stocks abound in the kinds you will
like at the yrice you can afford to pay for
quality. Style and fit. Here are a few
Whltn ranvas laec oxforrtii. flnrtbl nl, high OOTered hrel.
Ni'W, ntyllsh, irvlrrahli and cumfortutile. A
t value. For thn Fourth.
White rrlnakln cloth, lace boot, medium vamp, turn aole,
lush covered heel. An excellent quality at QK
the price of $8. BO. For the Fourth 9UO0
White Nile cloth lace boot. Turn ole, covered French
heel. A beautltul ehoe on the foot. Splendid wearing
quality and anug fitters. A 16 value. Oft
For the Fourth , J)4.oD
White kid gypeey one-eye tongue tie. The dreneleet and
nobbiest atyle brought out thta season. A big si ller with
ue. Ppanlnh heel, flexible aole. 115 value.
For the Fourth .......... r ...........
You'll certainly enjoy your outing if fitted in
our stylish, good shoes. ( We guarantee
a fit as well as we do quality, even if the prices
are lower than usual. All shoes are reduced,
but these styles unusually low.
Women's bluck kid nnd patent kid tonirue pump
hiKh hi i Is. A nifty ntyle, aplendid. values
at $10. For the Fourth.. .......v.
Women'e patent kid lace oxford and a patent kid seamless
pump. Spanish heela, flexible aoles. Tht y are nxci ptional
values at 112.60.
For tho Fourth t t...
Fashion says, straps will be stylish ; and cross
straps one of the best styles. We're here with
style. Brown, Marie silk cross strap pump,
covered heel, turn sole Quality and style for O OP
only 116 50. For the Kourth tDX.OtJ
Finest grade of black kid in a one-eye toneue tie. Welt
si.le, If.iHiii Spanish heel. A shoo that will give service.
comfort and style. Priced at 111 00.
For the Fourth... ......
A Great Display of Men's Shoes
For the Fourth
Why not be comfortable in a pair of Lyon's
low shoes; enjoy your holiday and vacation
by getting a pair at these cool, comfortable
anil inexpensive shoes.
Men'a white and Talm Heach canvne, white and Palm
Beach linen. English laat, straight last, and modified toe.
gome with white aole and heel, othere with rubber solo
and heel and leather with rubber nee!.
The price range ia $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00,
$7.00, $8.00 and $10.00. DEDUCT 10 ON
ANY for the Fourth, STYLE or PRICE.
180 pairs of men'a lace and button oxfords, black nnd
brown kid, black and brown calfskin, bl.u k kangaroo mid
coltakln. English last, footform lust, straight lust, Hl-too
last and round toe or combination last. These are odd
lots and broken range of elzes In each style. But every
sire in the lot (ur rogular 112.00 guide.
For the Fourth. Any atyle
Your children should be as comfortably and
carefully "shoed" as you will be for the
Fourth. Bring them here and get Lyon's serv
ice and satisfaction. Read these special inducements.
10 Reduction on all high
top luce and button shoes
One lot of girl's low hi'H
pumpa, black, brown and tan,
to . Regular $6 On
and 6.00. For JQ DC
15 Reduction on all low
shoes and sandals. AH leat
bara and canvas.
Oirl'a white canvas pointed
tongue pumps, white leather
soles and heel. Welt sole.
Regular is vaiu.s. r
For the Fourth. . tDU.OfJ
a .ni'dal lot of white duck end canvas
lace and button shoes, oxfords and
pumps- Sizes range from
aold for 14