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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 26, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                                  The  Mysterious Case of the Woman at the Undertaker's, Shows the Necessity of Carryiny Papers of Identification When Traveling  ®he 3ba Cluing MM  VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 90  ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1919  TWO CENTS THE COPY  German Crown Prince Escapes; Is Probably Hiding in Germany!  G.B.Dismukes Fatally Injured At  1:50 Today by Frisco Troop Train  One Frederick William Hohenzollern, Former German Crown Prince, Is Missing From Holland.  Pioneer Citizen Risks Life An Angry Wife to Save Boys in Front    Shoots    Into    a  Bv the Associated Press  PARIS, June 26.—Frederick William Hohenzollern,  _ ___   the    former    German    crown    prince,    has    escaped    from    Hol-  .............. Mt ..,,., n ,, r ,...- f .land and is said to have made his way back into Germany.   v       •    News    of    the    escape    of    the    former    crown    prince    has  caused considerable stir in peace conference circles here. While it is not felt that he is a figure around which re-  of Auto.  Mob at Miami!  BULLETIN Later—Mr. Dismukes died at 2:45 this afternoon.  German People Demand Immunity for William, Regardless His Crimes  Miami, Okla.. June 25.—When one hundred fifty citizens of Hocker- fxlKSS THEY AG UKK TO THIS  P n    for    nine-    pressed    purpose of handing  O. B. Uismuhtis 1U1 univ  Brookg Mna  Brooks is allied  Ville on the Kansas line north of here went to the home of John Brooks last evening with the exhanging the to  asuang km ext they will  PROBABLY BIOC Kl VK AN-OTHEK ULTIMATUM.  WEIMAR. June 25.  Pft>m amid timated a million strong, announces bluff. The conviction that the ex-  actionaries and monarchists would gather, nevertheless his act is regarded as an event of considerable importance in view of other German recalcitrancy.  WASHINGTON, June 26.—Confidential reports that the former German crown prince, and also probably former emperor, William, would attempt to re-enter Ger-  the wreck and ruin of ihe German it wiii^ prove ‘he threat waa no  many a ft e r the signing of the peace treaty, have been  X”    .1    •    ll    /•I*’    •    ^    I    .    I.____ fni_    Vvrtnn    WI  teen years one of the best known citizens of Ada, lies injuring five but  have fired a shotgun into the mob ^  tlu>  Associated Pre**  riously  t Vt » it I  empire, like a ghost from a dead j^|j gor  innocent and that they recently received by officials here. These facts became past, has risen overnight a phe-  nlus t remain faithful to their oath known after the Associated Press dispatch w T as received  nomenon, to which in all its hu- of allegiance—even though the man aspects, romantic and tragi- fatherland' is now a PARIS. June 26. - Arrangements  comical on i y the  genius of a Du- seized the whole officers’corps, from  repvrtfnc—has j here telling of the escape.  consciousness.    I    to sign.    « mnprnr   el nOOll.    Iii-ooks    fir?^ threatened the it is understood, however, that if  iia ^ oui  g   p   The accident took place at  mob w.th a revqlver. then Mrs. no official communication is re-1    nVlofk    All*    DismilkeS    Brooks rushed to the door with a ceived by nightfall, something in  J    L    J    *<;    Po     r     d     shot ^ un     declares     that    the    h . am .‘     the  nature of an ultimatum will be  State*s Income Tax Total Up to Eleven Millions  was driving in ms iu * «  m ,. r  or ti:* gun caught (in a  mail truck to meet the San- discharging the gun, and that the  + o To tvQin wViiuh ponies in shooting was accidental. Many wots re train wnien tonier j“. men were in thP  ^ob, and two of  at that time. A troop train  those injuied are boys under four-*OUth On tile teen years. Most of the shots cn T <  desk sent to Germany.  Oklahoma's income tax payments  LEAGUE OPPONENTS  was coming  u nv - ed the feet and legs of the mob. DOY    mv.,,. T>^r.r«lrc are Hein* held  ^    ,    PAI    \Y    A S HIX GT (IN    J ut ie    . ran -    n~j    decided    upon. The men- the document. “We cannot protect j “V*‘    ‘  To Citizens of Ada '£££%£« Z “JE?* TZI-*"V ™ . —r ..... ^  tions. the proposal for an immediate Now the officers association, es-jon the generosit> of the Dutch. figures, or ti  Frisco and several  The Brooks are being held at were cro^sincr the railroad the county jail in Miami, refusing  to see the soldiers. Mr. Dis-  furnish boDd - ______  mukes started to cross the Frisco, but was forced to slow down his machine to avoid running over the boys.  Before he had had time to clear the ti struck by crushed to  was thrown uuwu Ult: cuir       $.......-    ,    the peace  h^nkment east of the rail-  C,  f  ty W i reference    *     torg opposing (hP  league, including  OanKmeni east OI mc ICUI of weeds.    Chairman    Lodge, joined the league  road and his mangled body ° llr  ® ity  v  or1, ^ nr ^^« e ! !  lt !on l our advocates in supporting the post-  thrown onto the small    Re’SSS Ta" ^U-ment mo,.on  About Hindenburg and Luden-  In the hour    in which    Germany    dorff    they are less concerned,    de-  was called upon to    give    her final    fying    the allies to “come and    get  • yes ’ or “no” they sent an ultimat- them,” hut over the safety of Wil-um to the Bauer government: “If Ram Hohenzollern they are deeply the kaiser. Hindenburg. I udendorff, alarmed.  or anv other military leader is sur- They will not carry out ___ renders, we shall resign in a threat to resign until the surrend- piled In the revenue collector sot body"    cr actually takes place, but to    pre-    Hee.    •    Collect,ohs tor    June    uhen  cabinet    stood    aghast tor a    vent    .hat surrender Is their battle    second    paymeafs were made amount-    A  cnraaH V»rr*nHP**t I ed to $4,2SJ,ODh.-4.  500 in-been filed  have reached a total ct $11,205.-  HKG ARDLESS OF WAR TIME ir 151.42, according to figures com-    MEASURES    YY'E    ARE    TO  HAVE PROHIBITION ANYWAY.  JUU VI »    The    cabinet    stood    aghast    tor    a    vent    tnat surrender is meir imn.w ———    - ---  , _    ...    AAuniTTrr    while    at    this    threat,    for    its    execu-    cry.    A manifesto spread broadcast  ,a (  J •“    ^    '    •    .    , Q   HAIT HI MIM TTFF  tion wxn,l<1  deprive Germany of her today declares they will go to Hoi-.  e  ^ Returns have bee HALI In llUmlYII I I LL one las, weapon against anarchy;, land to protect the former mon- ,he revenue collector a  discipline. But, on the other hand, arch. the independents threatened a na- “When we arrive at th<* frontier van tional strike if unconditional signa- we will find a way across,” says  * *1  1  * ~    .    rn    I    «    Al.    a........  . I  declaration of peace by congress was   t  blocked today in the senate foreign One of the treat features of the  UI ~ *    __  Huns to Sign for Peace In Hall of Mirrors; All Pomp Will Be Laid Aside  WASHINGTON, June 25. — A and that straight, clear-cut bill for enforce-16,500 second payments have been meat of war-time prohibition will made. Collections in March, when be reported out tomorrow by the first payments were made, aggre- house judiciary committee.  $6,328,112.19. The discrep- Decision to separate the war-time een the March and June from the constitutional prohibition the first} and second pay- enforcement measure—said to be ments, 4  is accounted for because of the most drastic liquor bill ever the large number of total payments presented to congress—was reached made in March.    after an all-day session, which was  Collections for April and May, much like marching up the hill and when delinquent and belated pay- then down again. A proposal that men ta were made totaled $594.- two distinct bills be drafted was re-962.99. April collections amounted jected yesterday, but it was brought to $224,4 36.65 and May collections up again today by Representative aggregated $370,526.34.    Walsh (republican) of Massachu-   ____ setts, and was pending when a mo  tion to adjourn abruptly ended the discussion.  SOLDIERS SENT TO HAMBURG  TO QUELL NEW UPRISING  Bv th** Associated Press  PARIS, June 25. The statly hall retain and then reflect through the LONDON, June 26.—Representa-  vears the scenes they have witness- tives of industrial councils have  of mirrors  in  Versailles palace. *  bridge lust south ot the alations of the State Health depart    API’ltoritlATIOX  went are likewise strict In this re-     B |l,l,    BASSUS    SHNATH  Cl OSSingr.    ^ spect. In accordance to these man-    _____  Mr. Dismukes' son, Gas- dates the CRV is now_endeajtOring \y A SH IN GTON.    June 26.    - The |  w he re  the Germans are    to sign    the  appropriation bill carrying    »     frkr „, Q i  providing    for an    historic document    * in    formal    ac-  •dgement of    their    defeat,    will  luxury and wa8te and  extravagance. I ceived ‘there7 General von Lettow  ton. was soon on the scene L“ “IL LTinThis Section wmk  ed, what pictures of love and int rig-1 assumed full political and miliiaiy,  . powers and are sitting in Hamburg ne and jealousy they might reveal; | own haU according t0  Berlin ad-  what flaunting arrogance,    what  V i Ce s, quoting new’spaper advices re-j  PUK TO COLONIZE TEXANS IN MEXICO  verv different scene than  in whose  Vorbeck has been ordered to Ham-  nae,Cfi in the same ha., on  today  call and sent to conference.  were broken,    the    right    leg     with  the  clty  th ^ ov ^^ d l. ( n | nd  in  fo  t  r  h  a ?oday "by* the senate without a roll January 18, 1871, when King WU-1  t i on8 were niad e to the old palace forms  in two places,    his    side and    general clean-up of the city  L.nJ enicheH    'inrl    nthpr    in- We now have in our midst    over  head Ciusnta,    ana    Oinei    III     el ht hun< ired normal students    rep-  juries received which make resenting many homes in and out of  his recovery almost impos-    *0"™’“To 'th*.,  Amsterdam correspondent  MICKIE SAYS  when they  .    ineir    return    to  sible. The doctors say they  honie8 w m be. either harbii,Be,H of  Vinlrl nut no hone Five doc- commendation or condemnation •>. nom OUI no nope. nu not-  our el g pl( , t . auce and  cleanlin. st,. j  tors were called in to dress s titch ,i 0  >0,1 wish them to be?  hic \x’nnnHs:    Besides,    th^re    are    other    events  Mr. Dismukes is one of    -S  the oldest citizens of Ada. .rn  He IS 64 years old and lives  ghow fhprn  a clean and sanitary at 115 West Thirteenth city.    .     eood j  I May we not hope    that the    good  street.    work’of Slaying the    weeds will    con-;  ----  t|nue untn our  homes, premises and  SAPULPA’S BONDS ALL MELI) vacant lots will be freed from them VAI#!) BY SUPREME <X>URT  and  that all the citizens of Ada will    : - i lend their aid and co-operation in  SAPULPA, June    25.    —    The    city» thlpt  respect to the    end that    Ada  commissioners here    were    notified    shall henceforth be    The city    beau-1  today of supreme court’s decision' tifui” and not a weed p«itch.  NPI set, ntKDtits, wa owe Tuts -    n    m^hole  .OPkHft- OF sudser\Vt\ONft COtVkES] OO* 's* Okie GOTtPk TvV  *a OE.MOVM out notices a»si'  OME OOMT VIKE T OE OUM VIXM* OU* F*\EM03 *M \F NA O UES KEEP TRIK.KOF NEE OlktE REMEND aer THE 9W5PE* TXtAE -VAS GOSVX*. vf'O EfcVlE US’ PX VJOTTIX TxtAE 'N TKOUOVE M MIE (MiOULO SUES SE OSUOEO *M I    EU    EON    THV NQr \  SAN ANTONIO, Texas, June 25. The colonization of a tract of 500,000 acres of land in Coalhuila,  boun-Del territory of thousands of American farmers, principally from Texas, who object to the prohibition laws of this country, is planned by a syndi-SH11*S  cate w j t h headquarters in San Antonio.  look on in chagrin and humiliation    i engl h ,i 8  242 feet and its width 33    government troops and    mobs.  while Prussia flaunted her pawer in    feet, while the curvey and beauti----  on.* of lur beaten foe’s most high    fully decorated ceiling rises 43 feet    GERMANS TO SUFFER    FOK  ,    '    j    .     Mf     ,     KlliMintrc     above the marble door. Flanking    SINKING    OF OWN S  ly prized and beautiful buildings. I  sldp of 1hp room are J7  , arKe ,    ---  By an iiony of fate the scene was j    mirrors which reflect its stateliness.    By th** Associated Press  shifted. France, triumphant through    Opposite on the other side of the PARIS, June 26.—Germany    has [ VETERAN OF WAR,  tho aid of her civilized allies, has    room, are seventeen large mirrors    been advised in a note    sent today  .    »    looking out upon the artificial gard-I by the allies that they possess the  chosen as the place wherein Ger-1    ^  desiKnt , d by direct ion and under    right to punish persons    responsible  : many mu.Tt humble herself through     sllpe . rV i a j 0n G f Louis XJV by Le    for the recent destruction of    Gel  her accredited representatives, the    Notre.  very hall whose many mirrors cold-! Exquisite paintings adorn  ing reflected the pomp and splendor     walls an ^ ceilings where the space  r  m  t    ,    r    is not taken up by mirrors. Prob-  of  a  foreign emperors crowning for-     aMy |n a „  the world thpre is not   ty-eight years ago.     So  splendid a room as the hall of  KILLED AT DANCE  Could these glittering mirrors but  mirrors.  man vessels, and when the investi-the gation has been completed will exact “necessary reparation.” Sinking of the fleet is denounced as a violation of the armistice and a deliberate breach in advance of the conditions of peace.  Yours faithfully. GARY KITCHENS, Mayor.  that the recently voted    $185,000  bond issue is legal and the city  can go ahead with plans for a    _—--—--*  municipal hospital, waterworks im- .,p W  ('HANGES TO BE MADE provement and a new cemetery.    '    IV    SCHOOL VOLUMES  The issue was favorably voted |      —  here in special election February!    OKLAHOMA CITY, June 26.—  28. The taxpayers’ league sought    i     Th( extent    t0     wnich    text    books now  to hold up the plans and an in- L  uge Jn thP  public schools of Okla-Junction was granted by the supe-1  bo ma will be changed in the five-rior court, tying the city’s hands.    adoption    soon to be made by  Later the mperior court decided jj he prPgPn t school textbook commis-in favor of the city and ca se  wa8 | gion w jn be determined largely by appealed by the plaintiff to the     the     report of a special committee  preme court.    .    I    designated    to    study    the    subject    of  Work on tho projects    will  atart     I    rhances it was said yesterday    by  immediately, Mayor J. Wade Bone  novArno ' r  r announced.  -X UL  ?  GERMAN GENERAL TO    ST. MUTH ’PHONE (iHU-8  TENDER RESIGNATION    ON    STIUKE    YF>iTKKDAY   ....... By the Associated Tress  By the Associated Press    T.    IXJUI-S,    Mo.,    June    26.—Girl  BERLIN. June 26.    — General telephone operators and electrical  Greener, xvho succeeded Field Mar- workers, employed by the South-jshal Von Hindenburg as German western Bell and Kinlock compan-! chief of staff, has tendered his resig-! i P8#  struck at noon today in renation to President Ebert. He has  gponge to a  strike called last night, agreed, however, to remain at his, ^he latter company’s service sus-post until the situation in the east-  pended an d will be seriously crip-  Governor Robertson.  /  em provinces becomes more settled.  NKW ENVOYS SELECTED  TO SIGN PEACE TREATY'  pled. Approximately 2,900 operators employed by these companies are union members.  Members of congress / in Bolivia I get $15 a day during t*)e time that July 7tn the legislative chftmbel is sitting, “ware but only lf present. §    ‘    money    —    Duke    «c  We will close our doors about Better buy your Glass-and Dishes now and save  Ayres.  WEATHER FORECAST.  Partly cloudy to cloudy, is tomor  row’s weather prospect, says forecaster.  By the Aanoctated Pres*  BERLIN. June    25.—Hermann  Mueller, foreign minister, and Doctor Bell, colonial minister, it was announced tonight, have been selected as German envoys to sign the j the peace terms. They leave for Berlin Friday.  POLE AND I KRAIN IAN  ARMISTICE IS BROKEN  VINITA, June 26.—John Taylor, 30 years old, a veteran of overseas fighting in the world war, who returned home with three bullet holes in his arm and his right hand torn off by German shrapnel, recovered from enemy tvounds only to be stabbed to death in a fight at a dance.     —-  1     The    killing    occurred    at    the    home  FRANCE WARNS GERMANY    j    of Green    Christian,    in    east    Vinita,  HANDS OFF POLAND shortly after 3 o'clock this morning.  By the    Associated Pres*    j    ---  PARIS, June 26.—The German SAPULPA STREET CAR peace delegation has been informed    MEN CLAIM LOCKOUT  in a    note from Premier    Clemen-1    --  ceau that the German government SAPULPA, June 25.—Settlement will be held strictly accountable for of street car trouble is now up to any unofficial support of any j the corporation commission, city of-movement against Polish authority ficials stated today. Officials of in the territory given Poland in Oklahoma Union Railway company Posen and West Prussia.    have made no effort to confer with  city commissioners regarding matter and car men are maintaining their stand that they have been locked out and that the company j has been given every chance to Betone 1  tie the matter in a fair way, the  AMERICAN SOLDIERS KILLED  FIGHTING IN SIREK IA  By the Associated Press  [Iv the Associated Press  WASHINGTON, June 26. officer and three enlisted men were 1  latter apparently paying no heed to I killed, two men wounded and one! either men or city.  PARIS, June 26.—The armistice ; officer and four men captured, all negotiated several days ago by Poles , of the Thrty-tirst infantry, in ream! Ukrainians has been broken by I cent fighting with anti-Kolchak a Ukrainian advance, according to forces in Siberia, the w*ar depart-1 tion lines last year than during the information received here.    'meat advised today.    I    previous    twelve    months.  Nearly 57,OOO,OOO. more passen-anti-Kolch&k gers used Newr York’s transporta-   

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