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TULSA DAILY WORLD. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 9, 1P20 Vr GUN MAN VICTIM DIES OF WOUNDS Death Comes Yesterday After Week's Illness in Hospital. SHOT BY HIJACKER V. C. Moaehem Passes Away Two Hours r.pforr Wife Reached His Bedside. Aft.r ltnR.rlnn a w.rk, W r. lltMbMNi M-polr officer, di.il at th Tuls hOiplMl t o rlork pM tlHtJI morning from pl.tol wouml rwivril tn a Run battle with an at jfl hlirhwayman laxt Tnwrlrty ! nht at tho cnrn.r of M.iln .intj Ar th.r. MMihwn died two hour tie fjr Ills wlfp arrlvi-d frnni lltenvlllr. Ark. The death arotised a er-at deal of comment at the potloa li.ad Martan and John A. dimtafaon. $ ' "f !! - i 'I l..lt i h,. effort to land tha man who kiUed iha of flwc- would bo doublad. Mearhem had renljned from the I poll, p fori e a few houra prior to the ! "hooting hut h wa tipped off that a had man waa In town upon run. ninn upon the aliened Kuninan he arrwitad him and In a "trinrRle whlih eneued the officer waa ahot three tllnen "Surh i rime. h.iP been altogether 100 romnion," Chief Duntafeon aald nitthi md . ne going lo he more trMt than VHT with theie aun loifra." The body will be shipped to Ha'e Mile. Ark., at U.4n o dork today. Df Ihe MOD on the poll.e fi.r.e who can he ,,,, , i W aeeompany lll body from Ihe Mttrh.ll-Kl.nunR morgue to the Krlei o atatlon. tin. Maaoham, who armed a few houra titer Ihe death will a' . oifipany Ihe Dody to tlrflenvllle Ttxh Rdacauw If opr. Doctor Mirtln. head of the Inn )iiRe depar'ment at the Tevan Woman'! rollf, .irt Worth, apent : eaterday in the cltJT In the Intereal I the i-nll.K lo. tnr Martin aa it Bieet at the home of Hev. .1 M ' CantrOll paatOr Ot the Hauler : M. mortal church, whom dauRhter. Mik Martha 'anlrell, hn been a! istudent at Ihe Texan Woman ml leRe durlriR the pant year. John H , ' Hntrell inn of Iteverend Canlrell ha tllKt rettlrneri frnm Iha I'nl. 1 varalty of Oklahoma. TO GET MORE PAY FOR POSTAL HELP Tulsa Force Will Benefit Greatlv From Measure Effective July 1. An appreciable wage Inflrf ! will reeult to local poatoffinr employe ; when the poatal Increaae bill alsned by President Wllon J una h. be- j cornea effeitlve July 1, according lo Poetmaaler J. M CrUtchfleld The Hi Rtade Of clerk. In which j rating mall earlier are Included, i will receive a whr" a-litn e per ; Near of $1S0, Mtt! or :sn. ac cording lo their ara t The e.ilaiy of ihe superintendent of fnalll will ! he Increased kboul $1,0011 peV year, thai of the aaeiatan! superintendent f mall abottt oi per ar iha of the poatmaeter about fdb ltrr yeat. and thai of ihe aaatttaDI pott ntaater about oo per year By the provision of tbe hill postal em ployes all oxer the DOMfltry will rc ceie adilllional aalarv to the amount of Itl.Mt.ttl next yea. and IU"r thereafter. Itefulis r.f the pos'al Increase bill j will he more ni"netar In thai a bet. ' tar class of employes ran be se. front pnrl of Mrs Ton 1oftUrnl curid and retained. In Mr Crutch- I;. H Kniith Cheyenne Ar ordlna 10 field's opinion. This will react lnMi le'flland, she had left the heller pi.stal service house ami was Rone about iti mm 1 lutes and upon her return Iha Iur Two Trunk stolen. Vat w i misslnR NeiRhbors sahl Two trunk acre l"len about two mei tn a small horae-ilrawu o'clock veferdav mornma from the w.iRnn .-arrled awav Iha trunks JOIN The Gore Volunteers! rirasr enroll n..- a a lOlVJItMf In lite BjtBoplo'fl amtv that t ro- iiir to Muni 'lluaiiaa Pryoc flora back lo iiw Cnilrd B-t&taa . aftia doaplM llio pfOfMakMMl pollllrlam and Ihrlr MUM obi propa- iiimIm of hRvtmd aiifl lo Name Addrc-. NaUlM Addreaa it lip nil-, out, slid), au.i mall lo Tiic Oott olaotct Oklahoma CM i I Paid Political Advertisement) We Want the High Cost of Luxuries to Come Down The Fifth and Main St. Jewelers Are Taking the First Step by Reducing Every Article 25 Per Cent including $200,000.00 Stock of Blue White Perfect Diamonds This Sale includes all Nationally advertised articles such as Seth Thomas Clocks, all makes of Fountain Pens, all makes of Silverware, Waltham Watches and all other articles sold by First-Class Jewelers. Come in. It will be time well spent even if you do not buy. Get ac quainted with out complete and beauti ful line of Jewelry. Pick your articles and make your own reduction, or pay a deposit and we will hold your pick for future delivery. A Few Suggestions for a 25 Saving MEN Gold Cuff Links Gold and Platinum Scarf Pins Gold Tie Clasps .Leather and Gold Mounted Pocketbooks for Men and Women Cigaret Cases and Holders All styles of Masonic Insignia Rings and Pins Men's Watches and Chains Humidors for smokers LADIES Wrist Watches Cheapest to the Finest Pearl Necklaces Indestructable and hard shell Platinum Brooches and Ear Pins Hand-Beaded Bags Sterling Silverware Cameo Rings and Brooches of odd and antique designs Timely Gifts Cut Glass Ivory Toilet Sets Lingerie Clasps Gold Mesh Bags Graduation Gifts of all designs Fifth and Main St. Jewelers Sinclair Building, Tulsa Corner Store nuntMu 213-215 S. MAIN STREET SPECIALS For Wednesday and Thursday ONE LOT OF Georgette and Taffeta Dresses $17.50 Seventy-five dresses in the lot consisting of Beaded, Embroid ered and plain Georgette and Taffeta Dresses in both short and long sleeves. All colors and good range of sizes, 1G to 40. Voile and Organdy Short Sleeve Muslin Dresses Gowns $12.50 One rark of 2' dresses lo select, from; Wednesday and and Thursday $12.50 $1.75 Of good quality muslin in em broidery and ribbon trimmings. Boys' Wash ( Pretty Plain inl striped j fa mfk c i riT'o patterns in sizes 'J. to 6, $2 S U 1 1 S .iri(l $2.50 values j V-eFV A Sale of Children's Gingham and White Organdy Dresses THREE LOTS $1.00 $T50 $1.50 1 2 3 Exceptional values in these dresses for Wednesday and Thursday; sixes 2 to o' and 8 to 14; both short and long mod els. 100 dresses in all Selections had better be made early. Two Days Special Remnant Sale Wednesday and Thursday From our big sale of the last two weeks we have many remnants to sell, consisting of silks, woolens, voiles, white ?oods, sheetings, muslins, etc. The prices are right. SPECIAL PRICES ON SATIN AND WHITE CANVAS PUMPS AND OXFORDS i ....