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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             The Marions Case of Undertaker's, the of Carr.in, Papers of Mentation r j UG RETURNS VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 90 ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY Escapt Is Probably Hiding in Germ V r ,_. ,_. _ J M G.B.Dismukes Fatally Injured At 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 of Auto. BULLETIN Dismukes died at this after- noon. G. B. Dismukes, for nine- teen years one of the best known citizens of Ada, lies Shoots Into a Mob at Miami! Miami. Okla., June one hundred fifty citizens of Hocker- ville on the Kansas line north of here went to the home of John Brook? last evening with the ex- pressed purpose of hanging the Brooks, Mrs, Brooks is alleged to have fired a shotgun 'into the mob injuring five but none seriously, i RSS THKY AGREE TO THIS ARKAXGKMKXT THEY WILL M5OBAKLY RKCKIVE AX- OTHKH VLTIMATUM. Bv tho Associated German People Demand Immunity for William, Regardless His Crimes Aitv......------------ The, jroubie originated m at the point of death in a legcsl p0isoninp Of a dog belonging local hospital as a result of accident at the PARIS, June 26. Arrangements! the The trouble originated in the Were being mnde today for sign- HuRO of the peace treaty by 3 o clock WEIMAR. June amid the wreck and ruin of the German empire, like a ghost from a dead past, lias risen overnight a phe- nomenon, to which in all its hu- man aspects, romantic and tragl- timated a million strong, announces it will prove lhe threat was. no b'.uff. The -conviction that the ex- kaiser is innocent and that they must remain faithful to their oath of fatherland 1s now a though republic the -has PARIS, June William Hohenzollern, the former German crown prince, has escaped from Hol- land and is said to have made his way back into Germany. 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- actionaries and monarchists would gather, nevertheless his act is regarded as an event of considerable import- ance in view of other German recalcitrancy. WASHINGTON, June reports that the former German crown prince, and also probably for- mer emperor, William, would attempt 'to ire-enter Ger- many after the signing of the peace treaty, have been recently received by officials here. These facts became known after the Associated Press dispatch was received here telling of the escape.________________________. Salurday afternoon, June 2S. The For RS thfi h genius of a Du- seized the whole officers' corps, from iid do full justice, the veteran generals to -the young- of history is toll-I est lieutenant and they are banding of all the "empire's together to save the former war iinvi uwwii, i nir the [lOOm OI Uii ULC uiuim G i.w.s council of three is apparently satis- th Officers of its defunct, lord or die, "my emperor defend- i. _ i nff. Airti TiociiT-n u 1141 t t 1. --_ UlttllJl'Oi Lilt >_J i J.1 V- -J of the Brooks family are fled with the semi-official assurances dls.lrmed_ defenseless army are ral-; ing. infir.utTS 01 .Uivurxo i (lifu nmi Station this aft- ,0 havo beaten a boy into the Germans would be on hand I tO ,f firm threatened the] it is understood, however, that if then official pllll on a desk-sent to Germany. discharging the gun, ami that the. be he Brooks avo being held at county jaii in Miami, refusing LEAGUE OPPONENTS i HALT IH COMMITTEE Tjr Brooks. The accident took place at mob with o'clock. Mr. Dismukes: Brooks was driving in 'his Ford __truck to meet the San- train which comes that time. A trOOp train! "injured 'are boys under four coming south on Frisco and several were crossing the to see the sofdiers. mukes started to cross the1 FriSCO, but WaS forced tO J0 LltlZenS Of AQ.U. of opponents ot the league of na his machine tO tions, the proposal for an immediate dOV-n nib mdUUl e i declaration of peace by congress was aVOld running Over the 'blocked today in the senate foreign Before he had had time to; clear the track his car fow for ,n.. bem-nt of the many ,-n (he voted. 12 to 4. V.v trip PTICnne and'and in harmony with this idea l j for 'the present on StrUCk tne engine   lying to 1he cry: "You shall not have our emperor." In the hour in which Germany was called upon to give her final "yes" or "no" they sent an ultlmat- i urn to :he Bauer government: "If the knisor, Hindenburg, i.iiclendorff, 1 or any other military leader is sur- rrendi'i-od, we shall resign in a body." i The cabinet stood aghast for a 'while at this threat, for its execu- tion deprive Germany of her last weapon against discipline. But, on the other hand, lhe independents threatened a na- tional sirike if unconditional signa- Alarmed for Bill. About Hindenburg and Luden- dortf they are less concerned, de- fying the allies to "come and get but over the safety of Wil- liam Hohenzollern they are deeply alarmed. They will not carry out their State's Income Tax Total Up to Eleven Millions Oklahoma's income tax payments have reached a total of j OF WAfl TIME aoe was a Now ih one. officers' association. cry. A manifesto spread broadcast today declares they will go to Hol- land" to protect the former mon- arch. "When we arrive at the" frontier we will find a way says the document. "We cannot jprotect ARK TO HVVB PROHIBITION AXYWAY. 25. A made Collections in March, when made, aggre- _ T j. The discrep- the kaiser with our bodies, but rely between' the March and June on the generosity of the I figures', or the first) and second pay- WASHINGTON, June 25. the revenue collector and that straight, clear-cut bill for enforce- second payments have been ment of war-time prohibition will paymenrs were reported out tomorrow by the house judiciary committee. Decision- to separate the war-time from the constitutional prohibition enforcement measure said to be thrown onto tne ?ut. bridge just south ot the.i The rules and reg- spoct. In accordance to these man- Mr. Dismukes' SOn, the mi. i..... i- in-ite from our midst tne ton, was soon on the scene I and in this connection and he was taken tO the wish to state that the good women embodying mo peace declaration, Five sena- tors opposing the league, Including Chairman Lodge, joined the league advocates In supporting the post- ponement motion. Huns to Sign for Peace In Hall of Mirrors; All Pomp Will Belaid Aside inn i for because of i the most drastic liquor bill ever made Collections of for April and May, when deliufiuent and belated pay ments were made totaled 962 99 April collections amounted to and May collections aggregated 6.34, AHMY AVI'KOPHIATIOX tUMj PASSRS SKXATK are with enthusiastically co- the city government in tnis wt te drive against the weeds ami for a hospital for treatment. It was found that both legs were broken, the right leg in tWO places, hlS Side and general clean-up of the city. head crushed, and other in- rep- juries received which make-------- "f his recovery almost impos- sible. The doctors say they hold out no hope. Five doc PARIS. June statly Hall of mirrors in Versailles palace, Juno 26. The Hie Germans are to sign the document 'in formal ac- av'eraRe army ot. men next knc-wledgetnent of their defeat, will retain and then reflect through the years 'the scenes they have witness- ed, what pictures of love and intrig- und jealousy they might SPAT TO HAMBL'KG NKW fPKISIXG! discussion. much llke mal.chillg up lhe hill and then down again. A proposal that two distinct bills be drafted was re- jected yesterday, but it was brought up again today by Representative Walsh (republican) of Massachu- setts, and was pending when a mo- tion to adjourn abruptly ended the liy tln> Assouliiti'd Press j LQNDCN. June lives of industrial councils have. tiv uuLi (own hall, according to Berlin ad- what flaunting arrogance, what i vices. Quoting newspaper advices re- I i over the house bill vear an increase over LUC uuuat.- 'nf. of In funds and 000 in personnel, was passed late today by the senate without a roll our r many hon.es in and ou of state who, when they f msh their work and return to thel, call and seni to conference. MICKIE SAYS stage a different scene than ther wor a homes will be, either harbingers o condemnation of, noid out ;iu nupc. x-ivc elegance and cleanliness. tors were called in to dress Whlch -do yo.i wish mem to be? 1.1 iincifiou ihnre are other hlS WOUnds. to take place within our Mr. Dismukes IS One Of the very near future which the Oldest Citizens Of Ada. He iS 64 years Old and lives at 115 West Thirteenth s.nd it is upon us He iS 64 years Old and lives; a clean and sanitary i TTT _ _ 4. I that .the pood 6Et OF owm f OOT VOC OOsjV UVCt T' 6E out vrveuos 'w w OES KttP TRNCK W DIKXe PvVi KT THt TVtAE SAPt'M'A'S J50XDS ALL HELD BY SUPREME COCKT SAPULPA, June 25. The city commissioners here were notified today of supreme court's decision that" the recently voted bond issue is legal and the city can go ahead with plans for municipal hospital, waterworks im- provement and a new cemetery. The Issue was favorably voted here In special election February 28. The taxpayers' league sought to hold up the plans and an In- junction was granted by the supe- rior court, tying the city's hands. Later the superior court decided in favor of the city and easy was appealed by the plaintiff to the su- preme court, Work on the projects will start immediately, Mayor J. Wade Bone announced. nail nlnleforth be "The city beau- GARY KITCHENS, Mayor. Members of -Bolivia get a day dtirins tlJo time that the legislative chamlicy .is sitting, but only If present. TO UK SCHOorj OKLAHOMA CITY, June The extent to which text books now h In the public schools oi be changed In the five- Governor Robertson. We will close our doors about Butter buy your Glass- ware and Diahes now and save July 7th. Ayres. It was enacted dn the same hall on January 18, 1871, when King Wil- helm I. .if Prussia was crowned em- peror of Germany. Then France, beaten to her knees, was forced to look on in chagrin and humiliation while -Prussia flaunted her power in one of her beaten foe's most nigh ly prized and beautiful buildings. By an irony of fate the scene was shifted. France, triumphant through -the itid of her civilized allies, has chosen as the place wherein Ger- many mu.n humble herself through her accredited representatives, the very liall whose many mirrors cold- in'g reflected the pomp and splendor of a foreign emperor's crowning for- ty-eight years aigo. Could these glittering mirrors but luxury and waste and extravagance The hall of mirrors, in whose building when the extensive addi- tions were made to the old palace in 1651 so many millions of dollars were expended that rumor nas it the Magnificent tore up the bill3, is ail unusually large room. Its length iis 242 feet and its width 33 feet, while the -curvey and beauti- fully decorated ceiling rises 43 feet above the marble door. Flanking oae side of the room are 17 large mirrors which reflect its stateliness. Opposite on the other side of the room, are seventeen large mirrors looking out upon tne artificial gard- ens designed by direction and under supervision of Louis XiV by Le Notre. Exquisite paintings adorn the walls and ceilings where the space Is not taken up by mirrors. Prob- ably in all the world there is not so splendid a room as the hall of mirrors. PUN TO COLONIZE IMSJH MEXICO SAN'ANTONIO, Texas, June 25. Telegraph- in- _The of a tract of forms AmsiercmiiL corresponaen i 500 000 acres of land in Coalhuila, and reports disorders increasing in i Mex'ico the American bouii- Berlin. Many streets there, ne between Eagle Pass and Del ceive'd "there. General von Lettow Vorheck has been ordered to Ham- burg with strong forces to restore order. The Exchange Telegraphy in- forms Amsterdam. UtT I 1J II ww says, are barricaded and there have been serious engagements between government troops nnd mpbs. GERMAN'S TO SUFFER SINKING OF OWX SHU'S By the Associated Press PARIS, June has been advised In a note sent today by the allies that they possess the right to punish persons responsible for the recert destruction of Ger- man vessels, and when the investi- gation has been completed will ex- act "necessary reparation." Sinking of the tleet is denounced as a viola- tion of the armistice and a delib- GRRMAX By the Associated Press "BERLIN. June ze. General Groener, who succeeded Field Mar- shal Von Hindenburg as German chief of staff, has tendered his resig- nation to President Eoert. He -has agreed, however, to remain at his post malll the situation in the east- ern provinces becomes more settled. NKW ENVOYS SELECTED TO SIGN PEIAOE TREATY ___ VVEATBtBft FORECAST. Partly cloudy to IB .tomor- row's weather prospect, says the forecaster. ST. By tho Associated Prem T. LOUIS, Mo., J-une telephone operators and electrical workers, employed by the South- western Bell and Kinlock compan- ies, struck at noon today in re- sponse to a strike called last night. The latter company's service sus- pended and will be seriously crip- pled. Approximately opera- tors employed 'by these companies are union members. dary between Eagle Pass and Rio and the settlement in that ter- ritory of thousands of American farmers, principally from Texas, who object to the prohibition laws of this country, is planned by a syndi- cate with headquarters in San An- tonio. VETERAN, OF WAR. KILLED AT DANCE VINITA, June Taylor, 30 years old, u veteran ot overseas fighting in tho world war, who re- turned home with three bullet boles in his arm and his right hand torn off by-German shrapnel, recovered from enemy wounds only to be lion ut LUC AI irom cudnj' w erate breach in advance of the con-! to death in a fight at a ditions of peace. FKAXCK WARNS GERMANY HANDS OFF POLAND By the Associated Presft PARIS, June German peace delegation has been informed in a note from Premier Clemen- ceau that the German government will be held strictly accountable for any unofficial support of any movement against Polish authority in the territory given Poland Posen and Weat Prussia. dance. The killing occurred at the home of Green Christian, in east Vinlta, shortly after 3 o'clock this morning. SAPULPA STREBT CAR SEEN CLAIM LOCKOUT SAPULPA, June of street car trouble is- now up to the corporation commission, city of- ficials stated today. Officials of POLE AND TKJIAINIAN AKMISTICE IS BROKEN By tbr Associated BERLIN, June I Mueller, foreign minister, and Doc- B.v tha Press tor Boll, colonial minister, it was announced tonight, have been se- lected as German, envoys to sign the peace terms. They leave for Berlin Friday. LUu AHOVH.IH PARIS, June armistice negotiated'several days ago toy Poles and Ukrainians has been broken by a Ukrainian advance, according, to Information received here. AMERICAN SOLDIERS KILLED FIGHTING IN SIBERIA By tho Annotated Press WASHINGTON, June 26. One officer and three enlisted men were killed, two men wounded and one officer and four men captured, all of the Thrty-t'irst infantry, in re- cent fighting with anti-Kolchak forces in Siberia, the war depart- ment advised today. in Oklahoma Union Railway company have made no effort to confer with city commissioners regarding mat- ter and car men are maintaining their stand that they have been locked out and that the company has been given every chance to set- tle the matter In a fair way, the latter apparently paying no heed to either men or city. Nearly more passen- gers used New York's transporta- tion lines last year than during the previous twelve months.   

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