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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1920 LADDIN RUBS MAGIC LAMP ortuno Comes to Woman Who Had Long Fought Disaster. AVED FROM ASYLUM t I)i P jiimiifsi 1 n expected Luxury and Discards it for Ixve. IS HARDING'S BIRTHPLACE Hue Tnwi, Vn Hi him of Wilson's taiiur. t . .III. ... i RtNOFIKLB, ill July tM . of Anderson' flry taiea reads ,. Ufa iitory of Mr Iaurcttu te nno, of this flty. t'lndorcna, al It, lint) ICS uilufnrtuno and for III than she. eenty-flv yrar ago aha fn America from Italy with hnr her, ImmlBrant. thy landed in y. rk anil suffered the harci v ,.f thai class wh'Ti the father . Jti HI and died. HaT mother , . already dead, ao the Klrl found : in orpbM in the great city New York. I narltabl associations found her ,,1 iha a placed In an orphan i There, on' day, a wealthy j, I, .ailed. Th.-y aaw and ad- I Lauretta, noon alio went io With them an adapted daugh Kt,, in thi'n on Alladln ruhhed . Urui for iverythlneT tne lime ,,f wanted. Her n wa n golden I,, of l.imiro and plenty, for her parantl were the rt h Mr. and n Jacob Ilyman of New York, a , j. , r.uide who craved the com ml inahlp of a girl In the home. Bui like all fairy tales and Iito It! of fiction, Laurette a Joy found loom when she tftlpt on the Oi IBS Il.vtuan family name, a young man a hard . . r w ithout worldly goods except M honesty beneath a Htalwart tart. Ha wooed and won bawattg, iii.li to the displeasure of the 1 1 y -ianii. 00 to oh, ape tho Hyman rath the two ran away. They H . to Bprtngtiold anil here In a Mia ..ttago lived for several years. ihlld whs horn. Then one nluht II Qrlttl Iienprr knocked at the nor and took DoIaOnOBO away. Un conrlled to the Hviuans. Laurette. ion a proud woman, began a hard rugl.' agalnat the vices of want. K tO factory work and then i nursing, where the weekly com-f'l-.iM"!, mannKed to nave her and er Infant from destitution. Kor fveral years the "Cinderella " Might with an unkind fate, when he other day a gray-coated mall irrlar MOW a shrill whistle at her ar,-.,- when fciip noftwfrid the call h" mall carrier handed her two let ters from New York .ittorneya read ing in substance: "You ara named aa beneficiary In t h, Will ol tha late Jacob Ilyman, of Kaw York and Nw Orleans. Y'ou fall heir to the New Orleana resl denc .mil to another bequest eatl- ma'eri it ir.O.OOO." It wan true Aladdin had rubbed his lamp again. WASHINtrlVN I'a . Julv 1 If Wart an Harding l eleiteil jh?a1 ' 1 n t of t ho foit., I M.ilns this iT'lli (intie unlvaralty city in tha hill pf mmi Hrnnaylvanla will ha heumli i.p closer than on wlih the Whit house, for not only did rfinmnr I Harding' ancestors Mv here, but !ihe father of Preotdanl Wilson also was a rsldnnt ol Washington Senator Harding's kic.i: giant Ifuher. Will (m tn Van Kltk, wea one ot the early settlers of Kr inkln kownaliln, nd he and his ifi art burled in the fgmiiv gin, yard on J the Chart 'ap Kirk farm near POint Lookout PlnatOt Min ting Is honorary Sir Id M ol th in lir fumiiv Meieiy ami frequently I ii I utteniled the annual I , union hi re resident Wilson's father. Rev Joseph liuggte WtlaXm, wai bom al Mcubenville Ohio, not far f ..in i here nnd In Is is baonni paatot of ihe mils Pfgdbyttrtan church it t anonshurg, near Washington Here the family ramalnad nniii iholf t I he prcjii- (tooval to Vlrcltila when I ilent was ward. bom a short tlom after- SHIP BERRIES BY AIRPLANE French Straw hm-tii ltniih( tn i Bnjlton Kutrrx RuMi Day Pickwl LONUOIf. July I.- Coffin Oardtn it l ' had i -i M:iln Ihn nlV.rr t iv I '.'0 I - of Htruwbrrrl WhtOh htitl lr n itathretl that moi ning In They wr brought to Kng'.and ny M.mciH v-i'MKo alr;I,incH unl uciq there'M 'Jim CfOWtWn from tht- hen hotjs to the hotl." In thi luugh ttiitt fniiowrd a mo tion to ppat the rontt-HtHTit wu t iirriefl utmnimouHly. P.ITY Alin C.() lVrndale i:.tpo-,itlon Iiild to Ncglcrt of riumblug InaiM'ollon. M QI tlY.lll NOT l'ATItl Midi. Wise Man of the Cherokee Trlla Not Father of Many DencndentH. TAHliBQUAH, Okla., July 3! Many citizens of the old Cheroke nation refuse to helb ve that Se quoyah, famous dls-'ovorer of Chno k hit. is, In the ancestor of the; greater number of the Cherokeea 1 now living. But, according to tilOSt who "write up" tho Cherokeea, or Individual citizens from time to time, especial mention la made of the alleged fact that they, he or she, are related to the Indian Cadmus. Those conversant with the history, of the wise man state thai his fam ily was small and prohahly became extinct or nearly so many years ago. TO LIQUIDATE ALL OLD DEBTS New Mtxioan Government Desires to Lay Up Claims. Py OSCAR K OOLt 'MBXICO city. July 3 - it is the earnest atid etn- ere Intention of the nw gi vi'intnem to establish as soon as BCaOtbia an International COtltmll sum to lonsliler and ll'ioldaln the leany dainago 1 laltnl loila-il by for- etgMra foi dannaa incurrad during the parannlal revolution since IKIO." doclarad a raaponglbla Menu an treasury official In an agclualv tn ii i inw with the writer, while dis cussing M,'Xl. o's future altitude to. Ward all foreigners resident In tin r public "At the tints thai ItM Carrnnza crowd fled from the capital a total of 171 . Initio. ha been filed with tha commission for the regulation of revolui lonary damage lalms, the same .ailing fot the payment of 34. Ml i pi sos. of which number 13 claims weri praoantad by foreigners ami "tn by MaglOgn . ItUens. "Tho f .regotng number of claims. howevor. by no means covers the damage, whl. h the government must eventually meet because of ili preda- tinns oontPAtttad durine the re vol u tlonarv ierlod. because of the f a. t that by far the laiger number of lalms have been filed directly In Washington and other foreign cen ters." continued the tieasury official, "and of Which, at this time, we have no record " The greatest number of claims filed b any one nationality Is cred ited to the jpanlardai who head the list with 48 claims, aggregating more thin ll.OOt.OOO pesns The Ttnks come next with 21 claims, inlhng for mora than 4 nnn.nno paaOBi The next highest Is i lalnis lodged tiy (iermans. declaring to have t.een damaged In the sum of 4,000,091 pesos, while the records re veal the startling fact that but ten claima haa baan fllad by AmaHcang seeking damages for but little more than 100,000 peaoa. ANTI-CHINESE A G I T A T ION WHEAT COSTS $3.10 ami naU Are IoiiikI ii I Ippi.-llloti In. I tut MSXICO CITY July I Aiconl Ing to goyernm. ti i fdclals the antl Chineae agitation In the stales along the west coasl of Mexico ha aul soled, owing to the action of the ti administration In taking steps to enforce ihe provisions of the maty between thlj country and China A census gf the Chinese In those states shows a total of 1,111 dlvldad o follows Sotlota, i00, Slnaloa. ir.nn, Kayarlt, 110, ami Colima, II A canaitl Of Ihe business activities of Ihe Chinese as nonpareil with 1)1 lives and fotelgners other than Mon goliana In the atataa of Hutu ra and H n i'oa shows i total of !tl biialnaag establishments of the forrhei o om paled with l.ti.e of Ihe littler The Chinese have ,014),fll In vest, d, while the total Investment of natives and other foreigners la lt,IIM4t. MAYOR APPROVES WAIST Offlrion Employer Found Fault w mi Etet nor .ui Qarh, bMAKA, Nab., Jul! 3 Followlna her dis barge as elevator opciati in the irnlon lai Ifb lieaibiuartei s when she came to work WaarlDI a georgette ciepe waist which her , in plover asserted was "no waist at all " MIssTlllle Hoffman appealed to Mayor K.I .smith In behalf or Ihe working girls of Omaha to offp Lilly sanction the waist as hot weather garb "I don't want to be un ele vator O paa taf all tnv life," she ex plained. In urging Ihe right of evei working gill to wear a geolfUtt crepe creation instead of the r4TU lation w'hite ghlrtwaiati The mayor, after examining the waist, issued a statement approv ing It Much .,r ii i it. ,,. Harketrd at f I N a liu-tu l or I ,,-ss. Upri-lal to The orld PONCA CITY, okla., July I. Thraahinf the lllo wheat nop stiiied in this lo allty Monday, par tisularly In the Mad Rofjh ami Tonk awa lot dllties, and a considerable p. , nop or it win ha placed on the market Immediately deaplt ihe tip - i mined . ampalun to gel ihe farm eis to hold the i rop on the ratios until hetier transportation ami bat M r marketing tacllltle are pogaibl. did whem is oontinulnj to nsov to marital rapidly1 at at. out It.ll a bushel, with l,a4) the ruling pil e at s.tne pl.oes At Kildv. Hillings, hetl ho. k. BllgO and numerous other points In this part of the slate the movamanl of tin inn crop to mar ket recently has been unusual for this season of the year The runn ers claim llo i ne selling the old lo provtd Mora tot the nw. Wheat growers of this portion of I the state announced some time ago I that it Coat 11.01 a bushel to grow the lilt ctop, and the national Wheal grottim association plated the pll.e . ( llu i.,, ,, : HoW- ever, m, member of ihe aasm latton Is forced, in any ay. to hold hi i .p and a gooillv poitJon will go io marital at onoa la Tana the new i rop Is bringing from L' II to i. 10 a bushel The elevator at lied ItOi k has baan paying t- 4" fot ih" new crop. Railway, are announcing that irnnaportatlon facilities are iraaily Improvad ovar a tew weeks ago mot thai at the present time the num ber of ears available for handling Ihe i i op is more than twice w hat II was thtie weeks ago If this announce ment pi toes POT reel there will he a lol of the present corn go Immediate ly lo mat Rfi TEACH OFFICERS TO SWIM sulmtnlnu g vhiis to In- Tint ol Tntlnlnu for IIPNPrva OorfM, V AHlUNUl N, July A tUdftfltl of th rent-rvt' DltlMtV1 IfaUflltli ' t'orpH In vat ioua H itipa t hN lUID' I Uttr will b iMHit utMctl in llf' rMvlnitj i rt f i a 1 hw trninltia by pormMiiu'l if flint -il l t'lirfiuj (.f lh' intr-'Mii U J t'ltw" n mhn nniHHito a)f t"li Th UftfHtltHl HHn mailt' b '.fi'M't.i i ..f war 1 1 f h Conn6r mdioil porpa i' m a. in eharft of Iht firm i Id I'M' ii. " til n-pi r. til til' lt''tl CrOM in worklnpr out Hip dttAltl f ! the i.'l''tt t'nurte h pin June II mill will !(. nlvrn nt 4'ntnp t-vmn Camp Cuittr Canip Alffd Vhii, I Cam a Humphrtyai Oanui Kmu mi in i rorircM mod f otton RlnnipB. HSW OlM.liANS. Julv U Hlurnpn nf from A to t. 1 6 pftf bulti fol lowed tht luru ropiiitH in tho citlU inurkfl today. Puitlul rt ov rrvn look plftca heforr tho OlOM which WH ot not loHfH for the da; ; f aJ2 to 47 point!. CG.COnn'A New Wonder 3 Duritonr 3dtt)iwnc m Eh a 1 V i it e todsv tot Catalog of tilu an.) kiiilt ' :. . 1 Mtl imenta D k L, jtorK in Uys 1 J !fws i! A Wholesale as Detail Iff tWl1ITTlXf1U51Cca j leyMuic (hi in it UdlUs.lei.it 1 PONCA CITY, Okla., July 3. Re iloaton, several week ago, wherein Vera persons lost their lives and. wag considerable property aan ige, an action was filed In tho district curt of Kay county today by I'. C. Nonna maker, owner of the building In which the Ferndale cafe wai located and which wa entirely destroyed by the explosion, naming thl Kay County Gaa company and the city ef l'onca City aa Joint de fendants. The attorney for the plaintiff are David L. Carter of thl and Nixon & Nixon of Tulsa. A -,; , ..;trti1ii ilatnagea Is asked ' whl t $r .'.00 la for actual dam ' - ' II. IM for "punitive or -la: damagaa ' .ileged by the plaintiff that " i.ee w iv ninpted by the city 21, 1319. know aa a rluml.mg ordinance, which requlrea that the fas company shall not turn It (Ms Into the pines nf a building t b has been Inspected and I by the city Inspector, who hi !. that ordinance waa tha uper lent of the water and light lei irtn I n of the city. :' main! itnerl by the plaintiff that II gas company did nrt secure inspection frnm the city. When the gas was turned In in tarj of trrk, year. and that the city .ii 1 not require of the company " ' i an inspection be made; therefore the plaintiff maintains thai both of Ihe defendant are It is understood that the! v i t . modeled about that Umi requiring new gas connections, metei etc, and that such an ln ' n by the city waa necessary. . MOTHER!" "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative TIZ FOR TIRED, PUFFED-UP FEET Instant rcliaf f"r .stirc, tehlnff, tondpr, calloused foot and corn. You're footelek! Tour feet feel tired, puffed up. chafed, acting, -wcaty. and they need "Til." ' Til' makes feet remarkably fresh and snre. proof "Til" takce the pain and burn right out of corn, ca! see and buniolMi "Tig" Is the grandest foot -glmldener the world ha i v. i known Jet ., box of "Til' at any drug stote and end font tortme for a whole year. Neer have tired, ach ing, sweaty, smelly feet, your shoes will fit fine and WOtt'II only wish you hat tiled "Tli" sooner A., pt no suhslltiite Advi This Season :J0ST0FFICE ON SOVIET PLAN i mplnyofl taprrvtmi the Mo nftnofiirai of ( oliunbii tffloi c ii.rMMi'fl, unto, July i - Un llko ny nthfi povldfffflot In HH 1 (ittOd Hhitrpi, thi nmnHK',iii,,nt of i fht 0Hf In 'idntubiin , upnr turd by employ A n n to m of mriiuiRf1 mont y I lir mplOf001 MtnllAf I" I hOl OdOptOd by nmnn of Iht roun-l iry'n liirufi IndtlOtliMi hin bOtN In! npOffttlOft Blnot fhrury. Pool m.intrr Humijri Mlnnr.ir nnyn Ihtl lyittm hdl brought nhnnt u numbt i f hontflolol ohotitfoa in tho oport ion of (111 pOOtOlflOO and In proving .i BOOOOMaV The in novo lion wii ndoptd to bring ib. mi ii hlghor gtonogfd oil BIG EATERS GET S KIDNEY TROUBLE Takp Knits at t-'irsf Sijrn of Bladder Irritation or I lachftcht. milarly" wardrotM ts filled with waists and , low cut nd nl tlie thinnest mairtials. And tierstue et the theernesi ',f materlsls. sj her luiJet will be incomplete mil. m she usee DBL-A-TONE Deltone ta a well known trlfniifV nrrpirt. Kii.TCf oiiinirinirtHiT uty i4c iahOi n prrnirril by henuty etl4rt, br thr tan removal n hair limn nri k, late fir uodrr' arm It Jrivij ths kin - if-nr. mm and mnotri. Drlatoni la avumsf to apply mipli di rttiiDvi with tvciy iar. Qal-A-Trw iiSnS!!5" Man IS I IrPx, Iff aa 9 9pmrtmmt Snare Th A mt ft tlB mon an! toomgfi niimt pfunt'i oongtgntly igjglgf i kii HOP trotlbl! hrt ftimp Vg rut too BlttOh nn. I nil our food in rich rur Mood In flllod With ttrlfl gold Whloh the kbl nr airlv ti filtnr out. lh'V wi-iiken from OVgrWOrk, bgOOHIg alngglh; th Ilmlnotll tlawMPH - itiul the, rrhult in k bltiey IfOUDlO, blOddOf ' r.iu nooi ond gonral dggtlng In hoolth W'brn ynur UMnyir fggl Mkr Ininpa tif lOodj your h. k huita or the gfttlfl M cloudy full of Odlmtll or you lit Obliged to Peril, relb'f tWu or thfgg timoi dtirinx the night if you J ufftr with gieh hmdnoho or uiiy. I RgpVOUg IpOltaV arbl gtOgftgOhi or you J bgvg rhoomgugfii grhgn ihg wrat her la had, ki from your phunnaclat about four ounrea of j,o1 Halta; tak j i tgblogpoonfu I In a glanii of water DO f OIg bfggkfggl for a f'w daya end' your kldni'N will then act fine Thin' fgmggg aalta l.i made from the add I of grOpM anl gOg ulCg. conihltmij with lUhU. and him been uaed fori ggngfgtlom 'o rluth and gtlttiulgtg I rloKKed tftldngpg to neutralise) the I acblH In the urine oo It no longer la j a nuiirre of irritation, thua endlno bladder diaordera, Jad Raltn la inepnalva; cannot Inlnr', tn.ikf i t d-llKhtful effurvaa rent llthia wHtf-r lifverage. und h longn In every home hecauae nohndy can inakf a mlaiake tiy havlno a gOfi kidney f luahltttf any time. Advt. . ffl fi f lo the puMI and hetter Wt king oondUIOfM for the am- p I . . . g f.rlvvoiioog or uprireaftlona made ny til. reporud ti cgmmlttoo nf whom there ara about 4v I i . iwlng thojr Invr'ttuatlon of th" OomplOlfll r propoeal, their recotn - idotlOfl In imported lo the poat - eOUfi Oil f ompoaed nf all com- n fmnn Th rtun'H d"htea the eubj'cr ond tlthor nppr-vea or rc loetg tho rocommcnwbtfOB. Ihe pOgtmOgtOf hia the power to trato aii fgoommondgtlgng of the eouneJIt bOl It la nald that anything ipproverl by the council la likely to roclOOg hln ipproval. un hit la hearti ly In ffi voi of Iho eyt-m. Nothing nf a radical nature h.ia yet been proposed lo the council. Bottled Manpower run, ' i- and enlda are weakening. (1st rid 'if Itieni sa quickly sa ynu tnn. ,'stsrrh In nnjr furin sups the vllsllty. Fixht It and fle-ht tt hard. Tt.ere Is a lemsdy to hslp you do It a medlolne of furty -seven year' stabllslird merit Tiy it. PE-RU-NA For Ctarrh end Ca tor rill I Coniifiogi It purlflea tha blood, reauiatea tha dlaaation, a Id a HmlnatTon, tnnaa up t bet uerv cent ara and rarrlea benl i )i to all the niucoua lining. i th . rf of thoaa palna In tomoap and bnw1a, brtlchfna, aour '.'-. rhumatlam, palna m tlta back, eblea and lolna, TK-HV-NA la racuiniuandad. I'K-IUT-NA raaterao to haalthy action tha vital organa which are ao Intimately re lated to tha atrengtti and vigor of tha na tion. There ara fourteen ounce of health glv 1 1 h i '.I. i and Pap In avary bottle. FHT RTT - NA la a. good medlrlne to have In th house, rendy-to tnke fur mera;encla It la o good ramadif to ua any tlma. mgy TABLCTt OH UQUH Aocaw "California syrup of firs ' lo to' tha nam California ,." Parkage. then you are euro rear 'hi d Is having the best and Mom.-u' 'rP'r Phyic for th little ,1 "v'r ,nd bow' Children M I Jm v""v '" Ful directions Ifori. V,J" 'w y "Cl- The Rugged Endurance of a MAXWELL is traced to its Special Steels A dollar travels a long distance in a Maxwell. For its steels last. They stand terrilie road shocks. They seldom fracture. They outlive the ordi nary steels. They are made to Maxwell's own formulae, developed from thou sands of laboratory tests and countless miles on the road. They make possible the ideal construction of great strength with light weight The tendency today is toward light weight, the elimination of useless pounds. It makes for better motoring. It saves money in caroperation. It makes possible greater acceler ation, quicker brake action, less repairs, a higher average road speed, and lower initial cost Maxwell, with its spec, ial steels to give not only light weight but rugged endurance, has won an ever increasing number of friends. To date nearlv 400.000. In an- J other year 100,000 more. . SMITH MOTOR CO. Phone Osage East Second 459 I j NEW JlM CONSIDERED DV MANY MOTORISTS THE BEST FABRIC TIltE OM THE AMERICAN MARKET HAND BUILT The thtltfttt hand of our mattr-uor)mn, far famed in thr tire utorM, build our D" Type tire. Our Great Chief, ever teeltimi perfection, have found no better way. Even the mot wonderful of machines mutt be hand operatid, but the touch and "feel" of illed hand are not in them. Muih labor may be saved, and cot reduced, by the ue of building machine, but perfectstn, the aim of my people, cannot be found in their wor Even a the mtttf of mny ttteam combine to make the mighty river h.tve use broupht together the bet that i knoum in method and practice with the finest materials to be had in producing our big, flexible, extra ply, toutjh tread "D" Type tire. In it I believe we have the one fabric tire which Stand far above all others in the service it give on th toad And deeds, 0 Motorist, not th promise of them, make the mighty man or tire. The deeds performed by our"D'Type have inspired many of you to tell us we are building the best fabric tire on the market. Perhaps thi meag from you i caused by our building tire with that purpo in vitw. 1 SALUTE YOU. 0 MOTORISTS! LITTLE HEAP HAS SPOKEN. "tittU Hssp" i.. a chsrscttr is symbolic ef 1ml Sprtktl "Savsee" Tits Company. By birth he is a "Savsoe", by adoption, a mtmber of Ths House ef Spxcswlf J Wist (o, his ysaci, educsttd ,n modsm ways and imbusd with th spirit of ths orgsnustion ht rsprsMnts, ths littU "chief" is sn authority on the construction of "Savage" tuts and tubes. ) It f,. ting that ths sterling oualittst and tht sturdiness ef tus nsl sis chaiattmtic, too, of the products uaita which ht is associated. THe FOLLOWING MESSAGES Am AH IN THIS SEHIEA A Hrm Dsttartura la TV. Co. .1UCUtMl. I ...-.I ,.u. ir.i Ra. Mslonals. tC...... mnj Pramttas tmj U, Worlim.il. Hand audi W.appsd Trssd. StfigU Cars, Ottsriu sad I-.U. Ptjt, S ".I Brsabar. Estrs sVaaksr Csvals leash Traad. 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