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HARTFORD, Kt.; WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1922.
TURKS TEAR UP PACT.
DEMAND ALLIED EXODUS
Brooks, who was uninjured, was
able to lift the car far enough to re
lieve the pressure until assistance ar
rived. The Injured man was taken
horseback . to Horse
... . . . n " . where after having his
nign commissioners Kecogmze dresged he returned t0 Beaver Dam
. on the train and was met there by
' his father. The young man is rest
ing nicely. .
The top and wind shield of the
Constantinople, Nov. 6. Landing or demolished.
New City Regime as Sultan's
. Ministers Resign.
of Allied or American sailors
the warships will not be permitted NO ELECTIONS FOR
unless by special permission of the! SCHOOL TRUSTEES
Angora Government. - This pro-j
nouncement Is made in one of two, - Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 1. The 1922
additional notes which Humid Bey, act relating to the election of school
handed to the Allied Commissioners trustees repeals the 1920 act, and
school commissioners now In office
tonight. ' i
An Allied extraordinary council will hold until the provisions of the
decided tonight to refuse categori- 1922 act become operative in 1923,
cally the Nationalist demand for the the Court of Appeals held today, in
Allied military evacuation of Con-'overruling the motion to dissolve the
Btantlnople. temporary injunction granted Nick
jReid in the Bath Circuit Court, en-
Constantinople, Nov. 5. The Na Joining County Clerk Cole Barnes
tionalist Government is in control of from placing the names ' of candl
Constantlnople, Rafet Pasha is the dates on the ballot,
new Governor and Hamid Bey, the, The order was written by Judgo
representative of the Angora Gov-, Ernest Clarke, and was concurred in JAMES E
ernment, has ordered the Allied, by Chief Justice Rollia Hurt and
troops out. In a note to the Entente ' Judges Gus Thomas and Charles
he demands their evacuation. : Moorman.
The Turks have torn up the; Judge Clarke held
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river and the bridges to watch th)
progress of the Are.
SIXTEEN PRODlft INO OIL
WELLS IX DAVIESS.-HAX.
COCK-OIUO COI NTV FIELD
that the clerk
Mudanla Armistice Convention and had no authority to place the names
PIIJT1.E, JR., DIES
IN" SAN DIEGO, CAL
The sail news of the death of
James E. Pirtle, ton of Mr. and Mrs. hard and continuous work Is believ
Thus far there are sixteen produc-,
lng wells in the Davless-Hancock-Oliio
county oil field the Held above
and around Pellvllle. Each of these j
wells Is good for from three to
twelve barrels per day. 1
Thus far there have boon sixteen
dry holes drilled In this sume area.
There are now teu holes that are
The Indian Pipe Line corporation
lias completed a line into the field
with storage f.tcilities at Haynes,
the pipe line terminal on the 1. C.
The first shipment of oil taken by
the pipe line and handled by the I.
C. came In to Owensboro during the'
The wells that have been drilled,'
or that are now belnj drilled are
kuutvn as Talley and Kay, on which
two were drilled; Victoria, two on
the Chambers, two on the Jackson.
Sanders, Stephens, Ira Jett, Creer.
LEADER, IS DEAD two " ,lle "IH'er Jett, two on the
j Barlow; Rowland, Boyles, Morrison.
Philadelphia, Nov. 2. Too much! South Boyles, two on the Hoover,
two on the Garrett, Jones; five on
Barker, Holland, Mil-
CMP IT EKjjaifiHE
4.C0O Attend Democratic Ra!i;
1,000 Hear Governor
are going to
f TYLER, RAILWAY
J. E. Pirtle, of Versailles, and ' ed by friends to have been the chief . the Stewart,
the ballot for the grandson of the late F. W. Pirtle, of, factor that led to the sudden death t, Hii'don, Hamilton, Dunn, Simp-
are advancing into the Chanak area, of candidates on
occupied by the Britleh, and other November election and that the cir-j
neutral zones. cult judge of Bath County did right, local relatives.
CM-..AA vtnnn Cornrilav flit Mntlnnii I- in Usninir Hi restraining order, young Mr. Pirtle at San Diego. Cal.,
is declared to Judge Clarke also held that the pres- where he had gone in tne nope ol re-, car toaay. i ney nau lor some time '
who was elected for .gaining his health, on Sunday,, the warned li:m to "go slow," telling; to ue tiriiten on me w. i. n.i)
has been received by of Thomas DeWitt Cuyler, national son, Fuqnn, King. Wninsmlth, liar
The eud tame for railioad figure, who was found dead 'ton, Arrlngton, Stewart, McGregor.
in a Pennsylvania Railroad private To Dcill On Hiij lies I'laco
have been established and
k-.in -vnitort Tnrfca havn been en- two vears and until his successor : 5th.. Inst. Ho was a victim or tu-;nun mat lor a man oi nis yeurs , ph e.
. . . ... . . . i .
gaged la disorders. Students march-j "shall have been elected and quail-j bercutosrs orougnt on y a severe!"
ed against the palace and riotous fled under the act of 1920, will re- attack of influenza contracted wlUky.
mohs eneaeed In such manifestations ' main In oftlce until the act of 1922. he was Bervlug in the navy during j
that it became necessary for the Al-( which divides the counties Into new
lied police to Dre on them, several districts, becou:e3 operative."
Turks being killed or wounded. Tho m
Christians in the Stam'ooul quarter MINISTER DAVIESS IS
were seeking shelter and protection) HELD OX 4 CHARGES
from what they plainly feared a tar of patriotism. His body will bo
Turkish massacre. Owensbaro, Ky., Nov. 2. The Rev. ,ala t0 rest 1,1 tlle cemetery at Lex-
Kemul Is President 1 Robert Nosmtth, Baptist minister, 1 Insion. Ky.. his former home.
ihn novorniUL-nt .... i . .i.i To the bereaved family we exieftJ
noon on a warrant charging him!
issued orders that all disturbances
should be rigorously put d,owu. The wUn managing uud conducting a
Allied High Commissioners accepted ioUely ju violation of the laws of
the new regime and there was uoth- Kentucky. The warrant was sworn
ing left for the Sultan's Ministry but l0 by Cnarios Erown of Ohio County,
Tewfik Pasha, tho
our most sincere sympathy.
THREE TRAINS PARTICIPATE -IX
At least two persons were iujutvd
1 who alleged tlio minister was In
Grand Visior, tuaT60 0j a lottery. Adhere chances, in a railway atcideut
dispatched message to the reprecn- ilt w - sola , twenty-five Tuesday nlsht. The M. II. & E.
tatives of the Sublime Porte in the cenlg eHCll and the holder of the mixed train backed into the regular
various capitals to transfer tuoir iucy number was finally awarded passenger train on that lino ptih -it
archives to the representatives of the'tho quIlti the engine of the latter into the O.
Au'gora Government. There seemed ' Three other warrants were alao 1 & N. train which was stuadiug across
danger for a time that radical fdrces ' gurved upon tue uilnhsler, who re-1 the M. II. & E. tracks tho eirjine lie
would gain the upper hand. . ; aides at West Louisville, this touniy.-, iiig damaged and a combined siniit.T
The Sultan was denounced, togetU-TwQ chnrgea him with disturbing j and negro coach of the O. & N. pus
er with monarchy, and Muitapha rerlgi0U3 worship at the Little Ziou sender overturned.
Kemal Pasha was acclaimed as "our( church In Ohio County. I The euiiiue oi the mixed train was
President." It became necessary to Another warrant charged him u-xd to bring in the M. II. & E. pas
throw guards of troops around the, destroying property of another ( st tiger, whiie the passengers of tlis
Sultan's palace, within which Mo- by runuing his automobile lulo a disabled O. & N. train were conveyed
hammed I, now Caliph ouly, ls'jlorg0 driven by S. J. Greer and in-'to Oweushoro iu-ti-bigg-e--r
juring, the animal." . ' Several local citizens were ou the
The minister gave bond in the colliding trains,
sum of $500 to appear at the Ohlol
: County court for trial. He says the ft C XT IX O SEASON IX STATE
According to oil men now in ttv
field unci they now number more
titan I'iO the showing tints far
made convinces them that other
wells will he bronchi In that will
-how l;ir.;er production, thotmh :'!1
of them are agreed that there will
spending fearful hours.
Sultun Xou-Conf oi mist
As yet Mohammed VI ha3 given
no evidence of conforming to the
determination of the new govern-; warrautg are B result of spite work,
inent to rid Turkey of the high office ' Courier-Journal.
of Sultan but the quickly developing .
popular moveinont may won compel x F.LECTIUC 1IU)X
him, with the lo38. of hia chiefs, to
accept the inevitable.
Rafet Pasha sprang the news of
was 6S years old he was work- The sixteen producing wells are
too hard. . as follows: Jackson. Ira Jett. Bar-
Mr. Cuyler. who was chairman of. low 2, Rowland, Boyles, Morrl.-nn.
the World War. He was In tho the Association of Railway Exccu-j SoMlh Boyles, Hoover, Jones. Ili.'
flower of young manhood, being on- ti.es and a dire. tor in the Pei,i!':yl- dui, l':iper Stewart and four on the
ly in his twenty-seventh year, when vania, the Saute Fe ami New Vork. Amanda Stewart,
called away from a life of brilliant New Haven & Hartford Ht!ro;'d,
promise, another martyr ou the al- died as his c.ir was coming into
Philadelphia from Rochester, N. V ,
uhe.ro he siol;e yesterday.
A report to the Coroner give- 1 e
cause oi death as ao'ite ililat'oti of
Tho b'.;dy was taken to Mr. Cuy- i)o no "liis" producers In the
ler's home at Ilaverfovd, a suburb, : The geological slructure of til
where relatives from New Vork and Hon leads ail of them to believi
other cities gathered tonislit to somewhere u. in that country
complete funeral arrangements. j will Hud a richer oil hearing
. . that will produce ronsiM
WORMS t HEWED I P tlnouah many yeurs.
MAN'S LIKE SAVINGS will Conllsitie Dii'lini;
i The oil men say that they will
Toledo, O., Nov. 4. Two years rtlU1mu, drilling one of them made
auo Iete I'ulios. railroad see- tm, j,ri,,iift!on yesterday, that if no
lieu foreman b-came worried over oll iMlorots Cam into the
national financial conditions and :,0,.y, those now lu re would have
wlihdivw his life's savings, of 51,- (() (iriu ,.ontitiaa'.ly for the next five
35U from a loial bank and buried it yo.n... to ;tUi,iy develop the terrl-
iil Jin eailliell ja?. Pullos decided (()1.y ,jlat tll(,y uo,v lonsi(ler as a part
the bi'iiks were nil right again and of ,hu flV,
dug tip the Jar. In the bottom of Ti,llt. now ten rigs drilling in
the partly disintegrated receptacle ll e au.j Jt Btati'd that others
was u mass of bill fragments chewed urft ,HI!K hroiight In toward 111-
by-wOinis us la the loaf of u worm- vj,,e u ls lll(jt, ,l07nted out that rep
iufesled tree. ' re. eutatives of the larger oil com-
Puilos lurried to a downtown , i,avlng their field men
keep a do .0 watch on the Pellvllle
district, a few of the representatives
TO OI"EX NOVEMBER 15 huudlers tried to patch up Hie pieces c t,u, larK0 ,.ompanlos havini; inu
but to no avail. ' permanent ly located In Owetisbofo.
nattKiort. Ky.. ftov. -. upon .-- - M,i!y of M s,oin havf quietly acquired
cason on quull una ranims win oe- in isi.i.m.m M.ur. V..11.-
Evansvi!! -, Tad., 2.--7U.r.i3
R. Marshall, forme.- Vii- r.v.il.l ::t
Of the Vn'ted 9ro.'., rlo:. ::l t'.li
speaking campai;'n for the Dtmv
crnts here ton'ght, spiaking to ove?
4,1)00 people la the Coliseuin. Diac
crats and Republicans held rival
meetings and less than l.OHO person
heard ilie address of Governor Ei
win P. Morrow of Kentucky at tin
K'-pre-semative Democratic :aea
and women were li-re from all ;i.-i
of the Fir-it ('oii:'!e-sion:il )is ri t
and the nuetiug wn. the largtvt ul
the pnsetit campaign.
-Mr. Aiarsh-ill .said that tlia p..-3-:)I
tie ltise'vc.i are to b'amo lor wh".t
has tkoii p'.ut e duiliij the ,a-t t
yi-ars .s tli-y -vutcvi fo. a ciiuao in
192') and had Just what they vo-o.l
He said he told t1 ; 1.1 two y"A:
ago what v .j tl .1 h.ip..oti la V.;-j vt..i
that th.; n.'ptlblicaas -vi n- voted It; ':
power. But. he a-lded. pi-oplo oufht
to btop .ryin-; ai out what tin y J: I
two year s imo .ui , go to 'n
next Tuesday and vot ' :'.;e P
tie ticket and t-ereby rot ti.
?ir. Mar-hall said that
vl;h I'rei ident Harding on
Power pin;; and that the 1
State plutfoim in Indiana
bank with the rouiuants of. his hinall
fortuae where expert money
RESl'LTS IN $300 FIRE
Owensboro, Ky., Nov.
gin in Kentucky, November 15. At
I the game und tlsh commisulon re
2. When noi tii from all sections indicate that
RANTS AMOl'XT T ii7,07S,7i-
Krunkfort, Ky., Nov.
The crease of. $931,991.7)
1. An in
the change lu a dramatic manner on Prof A- P Taylor and Mrs. Tnylo bI,dB alu unU3UUlly plentiful.
the Allied Generals. Tho Generals iurt tj,oir home iu Ford avenue yes- 8l3UKOn on migratury game bird, ul- outslautling since the September 30
bad nummoued Rutet to discuss tne turday morning, they failed to dls
admisbion of Keiuallst gendarmes tOConnA.t the current iu an electric
the Galllpoll und Chanak xones. At rol, thllt ,ad been left op a kitchen
the termination of the -discussion, table and as a result a fire was start
Rafet, as by way of uu afterthought ej that utt(i n not been discovered
broke the startling news thus:
ready open in Kentucky, beguu iu report was
Tennessee today and many hunters statement
are going to Reelfoot Lake, where
wild ducks and geese halt in their
ttiidit to the south. Good sport is
(Just when it was, might have result- BbhU1(Jd by the early arrivals al
"I must inform Your Excellency j e(J tn the destruction off the house. tliouKh the pleusuut weather is da
that since noon the coiibtanuuopie Ag it wag iilf i0ig wm aulount to taiuiug the birds
Government no longer exists, anu proUably $500. full.
have assumed the Governorship." ina oa burned its way through j - , ,
The Sultan'i Ministry resigned th0 tauie top ana jut0 couch under lll'EK COLLIERY COM
Saturday and Rafet Pasha has Issued tne table uud a large hole was burn-
a manifesto which declares . that ( ed lu the kitchen floor,
from now on the Administration of ihe flames were extinguished by
the Great National Assembly of Tur- tne use of the chemical tauk on the Hancock, of
' key is established la Constantinople. pparatus from central station
tiOEBEL WILSON IXJVRED
WHEN AITO Tl'RNS TIUTLE
LENGTH OK BIRDS' LIKE
siio.u la the niouliily
of John J. Craig, slate
auditor, made public today. The
total iudcbleUueod as bliuwu by war
ruulu oulblanding at ihe cloe of
business October 31, was $7,07S.
712.91, of which $557,512.83 be-
iu the north this luugud to the school fund, accord
ing to Auditor Craig.
The total buluuce in the treasury
was 378,051.77, divided as follows:
PANY CHANGES HANDS General expenditure fund, $99,-
662.09; school fuud, $U9,094.15;
sinking fund, $34,503.33; Universi
ty of Kentucky. $14,164.37; road
chased the Huff Colliery Co, coal fund. $30,208.13; E'estern State nor
mine and otuer holdings near Mc- mal, $5,058.70, and Western Slute
Henry. Monday, the deed beiug re- normal, $5,058.70.
Messrs. V. O. Harvey and A. C.
Providence,' Ky., pur-
The chief of the biological bureau waa 1 15,000
In the United States U able to giva ,.
corded yesterday. The conslderatlou
iicrt--ige tor their companies.
The deii test that ihe Wood Oll
company, one of the largest ind -pai'deiit
companies. Is making iu Mc
Lean county Is being watched with
mu' h interest.
Est i in a tes made this week Indi
ct to that Willi all of the sixteen wells
lu the field, on pump, the production
will approximate 100 barrels per
day. Owen::boro Messenger.
Mr. Frank L. Felix went to Green
ville Saturday, julnlng Mrs. Felix
who had preceded him on Wednes
day. After spending a few days
there whh Mrs. Felix's brother. Mr.
V. G. Duucau, aud other relatives,
and with their daughter, Mrs. C. B.
Kulakern, of Louisville, Mr. aud
Mrs. Felix will go to Washington,
D. l, to visit their soil, Mujor Doug
las D. Felix, before returning to
their home lu Miami. Fla. The visit
llo:--ed this tre:
tiIV.-'-l'.t t-Lle li '
where AIL)'-.'. J.
pnl Hi an 11,,:;. i:'.
rfeiiaior, had in-
1 he :.c.u.. 1
lit lav. euacu- 1
hTe.--.-. wuiu.I :
A m 1 i.-a 1 . . ;
tiull.i i- I i'.s.
said that it ai
the world v. -r
would be a .-;
univi-ra '. 1" :ic
that 't t :
b -.-n the .a:'-'.
t.-ud tluir t;a.!.-
M01 iow Jrii
V v.er ihn:i
addr-s-- of h'. ia
K- 'n ii -1: i" ; is- :
ral'y of 'ae i-a a.'-r
Covet aer Mot :
sayiti-; tli.-.t tl.e '.
('oii;,rer v. as n e 1 1
ill this cami'ai:: 1.1
lay Iiit .i p.r.v -. ::
Repubjieans .;'-'' i
found the farmer
bid way a:ul tint
pie had h.-e:i i.el.i
leglslallo'i and taa
T he Uovertior t-a
thai cyst. -ui of tie-
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p., . '-.
id fa !--.
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.1 lie v.!
- n..-.v th-
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5," -O.o1 mi
and that t vc
liici ly now. He a' ' -"I ' i
dent llalditm aad tl:,- Ad::'ii:
t'ou had ;:i :ty r 'u ,'d lie- '
i'l (ieie mat pa a taflif !"'
will 1: .; t'" 1 ! p ; aui
nrtnul'a'. iiir"it !.i ."la - .i '
1 aiiut.-y. si-i-.l th- '-.' '.
Ann 1 !-;:n wi.rkliu ''
0. vernor Alorrow di e:!-- d
v. oil: of the Va .!;:
111. lit i ';::f- r :"d
more he w ould l ave . i
Mint) of the greatest things
Kau hu-liK-v. Uoviiuor Mo
followed by two e.ther spea''i rs
ert W. I tun er. It 'ini'ilh n
chuii man of 1-1. lit :i, l;y, wa
t ! '.
.ai l! -Ii-ill
.l IKT El E TMN
Mr. Goebel Wllsou, . ot this city,
suffered a broken nose na otner th- Bg)j4 t0 whlch gow, Blrdg nav TOUAlXt ASMHTATIOX
facial injuries, saiuruuy uiv, lle(, Tn- foliowing are his figures:
liia car turned over at the foot P Thru.ht 16 t0 l5 years; swallow. $;
.canary. $0; cardinal, $1; raven, 69;
the large, hill just oeyonu norse
Branch, pinning hlin between tho
body of the car and a stone.
Mr. Wilson, accompanied by Mr.
Waituian Brooks, also of this city,
were delivering ballot boxes and when
starting dow- the bill the brakes
(ailed to work permiaing the car to 4 ywr(
. run St full speed oowo iu miuuo
OHIO R1VHR STEAMERS of Mr. uud Mrs. Felix In Hartford Yest, ta tty proved tho qui. -1
DESTROYED BY EIRE hub been a greut pleasure to their oln-t Ion day known la this nei M n
mauy local frieuds. . fj-,- muuy a day, there b-lim oa'y
TO NOMINATE DEI JUATES Clnclunatl. O.. Nov . 4. A flre , oue office tn be fil.ed, that of Ion-
v 11 which rivermeu said was the worst' Th.e Ladies Aid Society ot the gasman. The re-election ot thj
The members of Ohio County Dark la fifty years ot Ohio river history, Haj tford Methodist Church held a ik umhtnt. Iloti. Beu John-011, w i
magpie, $1; large owls, 18; golden 4 Tobacco Growers Co-operative Asso- iu a brief space of time today, de- most profitable meeting with Mrs. loie.oao toachialou, hj !u'.v...
eagle, 4$' whits pelican, 41; cortuo- elation are requested to meet' iu stroyed (our steamers, the Island A. K. Anderson, yesterday after- oaiy uominal ov.iosition.
rant, 13; large blue berou, (0; swan, Harlford, at 1 o'clock p. ut., Wed- Queeu, Morning Star, Tacoma aud uoou.
ton- maiiunt. other duclu. tl.uesday. Nov. 8. for the purpose of Chris Greene, and two wharves, "' !' NOTICE TO TAXPAYER"
.u.ia..if.li in. (infrlnr noiuluMtina deleaalea' who will reu- rauslnir a loss estimated at between Misses Florence iseison
and wandering albatross, reseut this district in the election of $250,000 and $300,000.
.Directors, which later election will The blaze Vas spectacular
, dred Steveuson and Mr. J. Glenn
and Lames, Hartford, motored to Hop-
To avoid penalty, pay your Uxe
overturning in ditch. air. Xhv Hurtfoi-d Herald, 91.50 the year
tuke place on the 18th. Inst.
thousands ot persons gathered aloug klusvllle and Gracey. lust ek end
T. 11. BLACK,. Chairman, tne Kentucky and Ohio sides ot the to visit relatives.