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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MARCH 30. 1919.
A Missouri Farmer Tells How He Escaped Swindlers Here joMpli Williams of St. Fran I'ountyBilked Here l,v Harry Homer. ARREST SAVED HIS MONEY swindler Now in Jail Said His " Rich Parents Wanted to liny Missourians' Farm. He Operates Here. Ti World Mo., M.inh CJ Sn.r 1 ...,wi TKHKB wt.ii WilliaW r"r r'Kl,t y''nn ' lr" ,:, ' mi vr.iri .1 recorder ami for four an i.it n n ru. . fiiM.ul ririim A ,,w hit in one " "" ' " ,,.rniv told ""re today "" ,,H ... i l'll- .Miricini im-imi in mr . .. i I r ,r""' ' l.-,., ... I,,,ll,l liv riMu' firm i'ii"n " ,,f i nn fiil'-i"" men iipiTitiuiH .1 U'llft.ll Wf lll atld INI"". I'Hia, i'l 1 goe.1 I" ."" , i mill on lil recent , nn" iiciiiuinlcd Hl! it man himself I II. l.ngsileri, who ii nu n'pri- how I" t tin,l Wi.l Mi-!' iia.t I ' rtlll'lK . a it it c rr riiiin oroiiut i i ,, "..- i mini lo buy ll guuu nu in II game li l"l THE AMERICAN FLAG it y rimr i:ini;v w. jrsrrs the stork Tu'-i rmri'Il ..A r.-l r. f 1 1 II I .lown 10 a Ollli't Hf" u-ni.in" offered his f inn . , t;,'.(i00, mnl Lngsden sug rente,! l''1 '" accompany III'" to Tula ' parents. Thursday 'f n,. ucrk li.nl been fixed an the i.v'for the meeting nt Tulsa. The mil filh.-r wii to turn over the Mrnril u,..nev for the Missouri farm. Tl"" 'lal was Interrupted mi Mod dir Marth I'. I'V h arrest of Logs ,,n ahu turned out lo be 1' II Hre'wsf-r wanted In Oklahoma Ity, here hi- had absconded more than . letr In fori" leaving several thou M,i,l dollar-, in unpaid bllln. I' later developed Hi.it laigsdcn was Marry llomi-t wanted I'V federal officers In Toledo I'hio. whore hi- hHd J.i'1-n ronvli-I.''! In ' " Hnt-ni f. lo to '" I" ,n,-, ''"1'"r"1 Penitentiary II AtlanU. ' !ii. en nu- ln v of 1 1 nrrt a wnmnn rtllnl Willlama at hid hotel. V II ',ann ii out jiml the woiimn illil n, .-..I arain. H' In roMVlMieil that Ihf wan a menilirr of the (junK uiiiianiM Im worth I1HT0 llflOOfin. l.ut never rarrled more lIun'iiM-eriil Imnilred ilnllara 111 eneli. Aftrr the l"'l offli-ern linil re civei hmirui-tlonii from W. It. Nlrh ow (ikhihimiii t'lty rhlff of pollen, lo ,rr'Mt l.ifHilen. Vlllliimn tried to twrsinde I hem to defer the arrent to fv the lnlller an opportunity to curry nut the deal for the farm. They wer to put up earnent money al H" Tuliia mretlnii and WllllamH wuiUed thin, anil reurel that the officers re ditu, to let the mutter develop. hflieven that other iiiemhern of the tin (inil.l have heen located ut Tulsa, and ruptured red hiuided. Ili.-m The Mimnoui I InitM.' uf 1 1' , rc.i-' i ' i i i- Ii is Imnored I'mfcimor .Tu-'tu of .leffusuii l'lt. f.irin. iU a l ul.i ri-ldent. h lemilMiiK that the fol lowing poeiii, di'iiii ,i(i-. in iieiicr.il I'cMliiiiit In iprcad upon the rivorda of the linuse: Meant .Till f l.i ir tml.-iv m vrand' I'm i-i.-n-.n of -i happy lain) t N Iiiim' u inh is h.in.i. its a com ilia nd. lo'ihu iirnl . i.i ntlii r- I tri.l See i inlilem of ri, m il low' ' , .'ittl V-tiir hi lirindr iih ihiin.- almve. With uripe nf roue and inlet, inn. In culifl nf ...,. Mti. mnl blue ll.-r einpiii' 1 fniiii mi- i in hi-u, I lil(, of our i-humi-v. dear I.i Hie' The I. inner (,f l In. ni.lili- free, The" I In ir of all li 1 1 m i r 1 1 1 ' The I'lai: f..r me. the Mac for ) on. Ill fnlili i.f .A mat 'llll hllii' lilli I I. uj of llic ll.iidn in-hati'e-1 nnnit, 'I he iniii:,'' ilreatc. thr.niMli nn-n lonn' 1 I'lir I . 1 1 1 1 I I.i k, led uhlle Hid hllie, in dallied of Cud fur tne and oil Till I'lai; of I tiiilotn Innu unfurled, The glory now of all the world' l-'U'K of our f.ilhi-ts true unit tried , The one fc.r which thc m it I v- dud. Hie with a Inch and li'ilv aim, Th.-ii ciiM'tn nu Il'UoIiIc fame A fl.lK thul h.M Jl Hai red triMt. i t never aoiu-ht a iiatn l iirilint 1 lint lamotiN ulil red. white nrnl hhie. ltlooiNl4:ned ' ct rlean the hkcm thr.iiiKh. iih. nacre. I hhr in.' of l.il,i-r t' iih t:lor!iM eiiMi:n of the l-rrr! All nation luo to honor Thee I lion mli'lily I. iilw.uk of the I rea! I I,. i Mar an Siiiim In itlnri nhtne. I I rillK of ml lie I I 'hlK of 111 llll ' 'I lie fain-it lianncr In reponc. Since Drill s Sun first ku-.cd 'lie roee j And .MelieH- I'la hit Meinlilllsl nee K'rii-e r.ron wioii. in rippltnu rhme Xnil Milton hrealhed htN mini;. Hiil'tnne' Since I'lndar utayed the tryant s hand. A id ViikiI i hai itied hm iiiiIKi. land. Since Sappho Hang In Norm divine, nd lire, was drunk with Samian Wine. it Mai? of mine' i Kl.iic of mine' The banner Mair aim e Time lii-i;nn. The gift of (iod to mortal man! s Harry P. Homer, a I Inn C. II. Itrewmer. alia J. I.I. tsmriden, mem ber of hand of ronridence men with headquarters In Tulan. wl'l and tha wljolom to 'I" our duty j we look for the Ii1ean that will ' i. .... i miai Cod ciown our I, est efforts with any fun-- as tar as m a..." ID fill out the irHiilli. Cod knows our needs and will not let the .faith ful .off,.r Inn not alwas what we think we need In a real m-cenKlty and hIK wlHdimi Is Rreaier than oiirn I Anileiv Is a. ureal aid t" teiupta-l tlon. A t'hrisnan may worry ahuuli htn Incomeand lilja financial pros pects until he will Justify himself In I little acts of dishonesty Ikid In petty i graft He ha elmpUloet his per- urn assured, w orss than an Infidel; I sport i e M n r h ohliiiun morality j provide fur his dependents Is. we u eakelis his sene of rluhl and opene yet Hie man who makes the provtd-. th door lu temptation. Hft after netj v inK of these iIiIiiks his chief end and rulminatliiK In Ins h"lf rondcmiiatioii j To Oinrluiln April 4. aim of life Is already lost unless he: until )in nets s" far from C-hI that he PS, March 29. Tha pesen makes n iiiick "ahout face," Our fears to try to rome hack The i real -1 rnnfereucn commission on u lesKue anxiety Is apt to take lis rools In est emhei.lera have usiialiv etarti-il ' of iiatloiih prohalily will hold Its fl- We sen plainly the on n hiiihII scale. hu'iinR thc r con-,,,,! i,m pril 4. I' was Indicated today. At that meetlnii the founda tions ,,f the league will he definitely I ccis W e cannot add an Inch to our :H(itur l.v worry itifC ahout It. nor ran' wm li'iii;ilien inn years or stav the!, advance of senility on the contrary I n oi h I hi-.- so shortens life and fills it I with in lies and pains on worry. When I w notice th(j lords and the flowers I and si " how (iod has provided fori them. i. in wn have any dnuht that I ho ill look out for his rhlldren? , ' If Cod so cliithe the Krnjia of the ! field, . , shall he not much i linn n (nitlis you, i) y of little faith?" of ith. Sunday School ITT PKN Iwm .Tvrd . I'salm U'J l Jr 5 If: Ma:t 6 7S-J2. -Uke as a father pltleth hla chil dren, so the !rd pltleth them that fear him " This la a precious aurance. hut too many people mis understand its meaning. We have had too much of depleting- the char acter of Cod a a majestic, exalted bun. almlKhtv hut with the al wnr, of the uuallt les that win the heart, that make him Iiuneriy ' Thfre Is no use for ua to uleste.p , the penalties that follow evil doinK. ( hut e must rememher that the fault is our own thai crime de- j rrands a penalty and Justice renulres i nunwhuieiii. We have Invited j rath and look only to the redemp- I tlon of Jeiis to Rive us a me-ma of , reconcllistlnn and for(rtvenesa. Hut j the fact of redemption puts the Is- i u up to us. TNe hsnd of mercy Is Mtendet-it rests with lis as Indl vidiaa ahether we graap It or not i hut his pity Is with us all the; t:mt. whether we respond to the 1 rail or lianu hack. He must he Just 1 aa weil aa merciful, or else he would not be (Jnd. Our penalties come not Irom a deity demanding revenife for a broken law, but from ur own re 'ta to acrept the terms of recon cuaition and reatoratlon. It Is not the Father s will "that ono of these little ones should perish." If wa are tint saved, the fault. Is ours, not 'lod'i. Hut his especial pity Is fr them that "fear" him. This la the lilace where we are apt to mlsunder and t doeen't mjoan the fear if a rrlinlnal for the executives of ' iintice. but the fear of a loving child j "ho drrads to offend hla parent hiora than he dreads the punish -trient. Those whom we love w de Ire to please and, even If the de mands re to onr minds burdensome, atlli many times huld back from disobedient- through that kind of tear thai prevents us from causing "row arid disappointment to the loved nne man who ts a man "at ha.i J, riled himself gratifications beaue of (he grief they would cause to wife or mother. And no mn or woman or child alio haji had Pious ra.jcruc but will dread to oT 'nd ih heavenly Pathcr when he 'Sows he is about to nrleve the one ho lnv ,.m uri(ive al ttln ability Uthvr i r mother or sweetheart W'd is ur f.iUicr. and in proportion J e h-arn to t ti i ri k of hi in in a par. ": rela ion ih moro we will Uei ie to offend lum. ..T!", ''"' '-'"n ,rr,m Matthew may '' be ia:d tho '-don'i worry" T,,e ,u worrying Is 'mphdt.iai.y exprc-jied nd we ae med n not t olir an,,.,v fr tuture interference with our : in ti; noun from which come i Di. l)ur anxle(v xrry vi u, j,,. ,iigira RnJ fall, to (.n. ,'on !h r.K-in their true pempec Urd 'r ,'r"1""' proportion. The dent "ut hl,v " Improvl- sumb.re,l w-h ,,. rvlr,K-. thlll on V "f "ie n,,bler n,,H- inio'i. .! Sometimes we are nfe , , ai'lntual side of lack lieeil, the difficulties and the dan-, science with the delusive n-aiirance iters, hut e will not see Cod. We;that they will inake hi much money are overcome with our own rrspnn-ithat the loss will never be ilelei (en. sibllity und forget tn take tied Intoi until one Ioms after mint her culls for account. We lose slKht of his prom- I i-renler spernl.itlottM until detection Ises and think that the whole thing! and punishment overtake them. The depends upon ourselves. "Seek ye! benefit we get by ckuIiiiK the dlc flrst the kingdom of (iod and allilateg of conscience are tin' worth theso things shall he added iintojwl'ai they com. but the rli-rir con you" Hut that doe not mean that , science that la purchased at (he i-nl ws ahnulil acotitre the iiannv-Fii- nf miveriv mnl stifferlnir Is .more lucky habit, alt down In Idleness andl valuable than anv reward tho world J Topckn fnpltnl, who becomes vlo Improvidence and let Cod do It all. has to offer, and Is an Invaluable It la still true that "Cnd helps those treasure laid up fr ne life to come who help themselves." 1-t ouri Anxiety is futile, (iod is the plver prayer be that wo may be given Lbe of all good and to him alono must I announced. Kllliu Hoot tells the brewers they can make two-and-a half per cent been use ll Isn't Intoxicating, Kllhu, evidently. Is lint personally acquaint ed with Jip yulir.enherry. nuya tho lently Intoxicated from eating a Hen Davis apple or a second helping of liberty cabbnge. "e often about food and why we are ad- ""!"!. Thai u .Ife J',' ,"''k" "" (''ought for your I "hull m,' ,1' "" t. or what ye' hat v ", "r m )'" ""!. 1 !"le'-.. ' p,lt on-" All these ' hat -i lo ,h question "w dn.. , . I," "' ur soul la t,,., " accord with what Furniture (SierliriThdrdder! Dedicated to Better Homes When you place your home furnishing problems in the hands of Mayos' you have the assurance of sincere and qualified helpful ness. You have the assurance of that unselfish" interest that in telligent co-opeVation which means everything in results and yet adds nothing to the cost. This store is dedicated to "Better Homes." Every activity of this business is directed with this one purpose in mind. ,, Every item in our vast stocks is as carefully and thoughtfully selected as though it were chosen for your favorite room. The men who are here at your service are qualified by long and special training to correctly advise you and helpfully assist- you." This service, this assurance of effective results is just as available in the furnishing of the modest home as in the furnishing of the most imposing residence. Whether you plan to spend little or much, your own comparison of values will convince you that you can economize by relying on this store. NOTE A shipment of the finest Limoges Haviland China just in Ask to see it. CORNER FIFTH AND MAIN to ,,. . .. nt h (;'. '!' r,,! "f rheer "'! whir. V ave rem don. nd irooil tht part of the! v"il live anrl m,. i In,,, i " illi-ve. "t 'V""y ,''H'h'r nneth thin. need f nll thrM 'p..nV',ry ha" -leirree! "hee. '.. ''"'"y for seelmr th.ll W.JKLJaJeWaK IS i m I Tailored Street Frocks In Fine Array at Vandevers Thf houhoii of nprinr and mimmrr iln-ssctt i.s iish-. cretl in with n very liii";t' t ollrt tion of new and original modes. Funds, tunics and the plain. atraiKht, nlim-line niodel tf the jiresent modes are eominK in daily from New York and met-tintr with jrent favor for street wear. The street froeks will be specially prominent in the fashion section, third floor, tomorrow, and anionic the most interestinjc of the new styles are these just cominjc out of their boxes at the .moment of this writing. Georgette Frocks Have Full Representation Here f'.oih solid and fancy colorings - oin of the wanted mwl fashionable shaib-s are henna.. Victory blue, taupe und tan. Navi blue has a wide following - Ilea, led effects rite plentiful llll draped and tunic mndela a goodly showing of Taken as a wdmle a showing really store, rrli-cd economically fiotn irlhv of this good ' $30.00 to S75.00 The New Taffeta Frocks For Spring Are Really Charming I'unie Fashion has cert.ilnlv tilsced laffetii dresses on lha road to Immediate populaillj possibly the Intense prac tlcabllltv has much to do with tsffela dress popularity for tiny are practical In thn true moulting of the word. The styles leive nothing to be desired, strictly tailored and fancy georgette In combination, strikes the most popular iiotn this spring - navya, black, new blues, brown, graf and taupe nrn all lending colors. I'rlced from Fashian Favors Foulards Especially In Frocks $18.75 to $85.00 A noteworthy showing emblematic of tha wants of faah lonahlo women ; some of tha colora ara brown, tan, (ray mid blue -navy Is also liberally shown. Fancy foulards ara deservlngly popular, mails Into fluted and ruffled surpllca styles. Tha prices upliold tba Vand.var alora policy of fair price only; IJ0.00 la tha amallaat , price and up to $65.00 Spring Trophies From Blousedom The waists for spring und laister are now show ing In all their attractive now forme many exclusive models are here, and prac tical character and simplicity distinguish the new styles. Waists with somewhat of a vendee effect are coming In - the box routed suits having c.illed for these smart new Ideas, which will be much favored. The new waists li many cases have collars that urn very smart with the spring suits, though a noticeable percentage are collar less. Home of the ainnrl colors lire peach, cardinal, coral but tho time honored fleeh and while are here In an excellent assort-, men t New collections are routing In dully particularly smart new styles having Just been taken from th.lr boxes to be offer. d tomorrow, on Third l-'loor. 1'rlcea range for the exclusive models from $15.00 lo 140.00. The Spring Shoe Styles On Display The fine stock of shoes, oxfords and pumps are now hera and ready for your selection. They are the result of orders placed many months ago, and our policy In anticipating that long period ahead Is now proving Itself lo he good, for we have a splendid selection of shoes for you many of the styles leelng only obtainable here. The shoes particularly III cmineclUm with the ne suit styles la a most Important style accessory and the prea enl stocks enable you to be as smart as your fancy dic tates. ouelns flue shoes for wnnien ere featured Monday. Somml Hour. 1 r V - The New. Styles In Bugs Novel Ideas In New Neckwear In the mode for spring and sum mer iieckw.aV has a oonaplcuoua plaoe. tha dresses and suits lend ing thsmselv.s to tha n.rkwaar adornment to an unusual degra. What ara tha nsw fashions In peak wearT Ho many and numeroua that' only personal inspection will bs sufficient to fully Inform you collars with tba upward eurrln tha bark ara conspicuous. Bhort curving oollara sxtandlnf arroaa th bark are quits nsw, stylish Ideas of tht Buster Hrown artty; waiatroats In all mannsr of sffsots, eonserratlvs kind. Thas and soorea of olh.r smart Ideas ars now In ths nsckwsar section slain. Floor. tomorrow's dis play. Prices rang from lie lo VAM. Exposition of Spring Styles For the Younger Generation The display on tho second floor of garmants for children and misses . vary unusual In yH character and is at trscUng ths attention of styls-lnformed mothers. Nsw rnata. suits and dresses that show ths styls charactsrurtlos of those for grown up folks exceedingly dainty coats with bonnets to match for tha little miss up to sli years bog coated and vested suits for juniors to slss 1 1 party dreswes of exquisite daintiness, every slae, too chla straw hats of every conceivable alia pa and color. Briefly, tho stock la complete, ready for your nsp.cUon Monday. 1919 Home Draperies How hould a home be prepared to afford the utmost comfort, refinement and prettlnees dur irtp; try; nummcr? The answer to that Important question is to choose the draperies for the win dows, and the cretonnes for the furniture, for the rooms and the porches, of a kind that sug Rest coolness, cheerfulness, refinement. The section of Draperjes and Cretonnes, on second floor, is full of suggestions for the home in summer- . x. The section of basrs holds tomorrow one i,f ilu noriiiilii-nl arii'i- ill iletiurt merit dis plays of the spring season. It is timed this time to give a comprehensive idea of the great number of new designs favored by stylists, and which have been arriving so fast and in such great variety thut only such a dis play as will be made tomorrow can we show even a part of the individual styles. 'tbTe will be new types of the frame bags in intinite va riety which will cause many a. person to compliment the maker who designed them. Some are distinguished by the beauty of th' moire, others by the exceptional beauty and character of the frames. Then there are quite a number of new styles in the ever proper wallet purse you should certain ly not f a ii to see this (lis play and sale of the new bags (in the main flofcr. I Prices range from Sl.r.O lup to $18.50 -Three specials for Monday only, 36-Inch Cretonne v Special 59c Heautiful assortment of designs, light and dark grounds. Kxcellent range of colorings, regularly i .ie. 4nimniaiimuiniu!U.ium:;uiiiainiuiinimtfiJiiJUUiii n 50c Nets Special 39c White, f ream and Ivory; 36 Inches wide. Con ventional designs only both large and small. White and Cream Voiles Special 39c Curtain Voiles, in ecru, white and cream; both plain and tm lingered styles; 40 inches wide. The quality that sells for GOc. aliTi haiullM (iuirged MoniUv Will He on Statement lleiuleml May 1. T,' '"" who will notj