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GALA TAR WEATHER FORECAST Mostly cloudy tonight and Ttteedaj, probably local rains; little change in temperature. TEMPERATURES This Morning, $9; This Afternoon, 84. Son Rbes Tomorrow, 6:41; Seta, 5:42. OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 2S0 - . m , . . g m . . DEIHTO ISSOlllll SILVER SPRINGS BOGUS SLUNG A ' WICKED BULLET All ATTEMPT AT G TO KEEP 11 ' OFF TOE TICKET WILL BE THE BOSS FAME SPREADING BY IS. CARLET0I1 v AMALGAMATION v CHRISTLER VAMPED V - Itvis Hoped that His Acceptance Of I Premiership Will End The I Strife in Italy I Rome, Sunday, Oct. 29, 8:15 p. m. I (Associated Press). Serious rioting I broke out here tonight. Parties of j Fascist! while passing through the Jin the central, eastern and southeast working men's quarter,, known to be I ern states giving information of a hotbed of subversive elements, were J attacked by communists who threw I stones and fired revolvers. The Fa- I scisti replied. One person was killed and one Fascisti. wounded, and two! Fascisti taken prisoners. Troops I quelled the trouble. s KING OFFERED JOB TO BEN . Rome, Oct. 30. (By Associated Press) After the refusal of Antonio Salandra, former premier, to organize a ministry, the king called on Benito Mussolini, the Fascisti leader, to as sume the task. If he accepts the king's invitation all further need for Fascisti action will be ended.. Their entrance into Rome will be the simple evidence of - their victory. J BENNY KEEPS THEM GUESSING London, Oct. 30. A dispatch to the Times from Rome says it is believed that white Mussolini will accent the I 'ministery of the interior,he will take the foreign portof olio only temporari ly pending the arrival of an ambas- sador, probably Count Sforza, now in Paris, or Signor de Martino, in Lon don, to fill the post. FASCISTI TIDE IN FLOOD London, Oct. 30. (By Associated Press). Thetriumphant forces of the Fascisti are ready to take over the government of Italy today, accord ing to Rome dispatches. Their leader, Benito Mussolini, was scheduled with seeking an-answer to the call, of -the sovereign to create a new ministry to I replace theFacta government whose downfall was brought about by the growing tide of Fascisti power and sympathy. ' BEN'S JOB OF CABINET BUDLD- ING Rome, Oct. 30. (By the Associated Press). Benito Mussolini, called by I King Victor Emmanuel to form a new I cabinet; arrived in Rome today, Crowds thronging the neighborhood I of the railroad terminals eave him an I enthusiastic welcome Mussolini , left - w immediately for the Quirinal, where he was given an audience by the king. It is believed the new cabinet will be constituted during the day. V j , - ' t a j London Oct. 80-r-(By Associated Tress). Rome commanders of the Fascisti, says an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Rome, have issued a manifesto ordering Fascisti squads in that city not to carry out any re prisals. TRAINS RUNNING AGAIN Rome, Oct. 30. Railway traffic in Italy, which was suspended yesterday by order of the military authorities,! was resumed today. RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY In the death of Mrs. H. S. Minshall the Ocala Business and Professional Woman's Club has lost one of its strongest friends and most valued workers. She had been a member of - this organization for the past two years and much of the work the club has accomplished in that time was due to her untiring efforts. Front the day that she became a member of the, club until the day before she was suddenly taken away, she was busy with club work. There was no task too hard and none so large she was asked to do which was not undertaken with a willingness and cheerfulness which overcame all obstacles. Although most of her time was taken up with her j own work, she was always willing and ready to help, and in her death the club has lost a member whose work stands out as a shining example for all club women to follow.. To her husband and daughter and other mem- ' bers of the family the Business and Professional Woman's Club extends its sincere sympathy. ATTENTION! ATTENTION! Ford touring car in good condition, Bcick truck in good condition. Take them both for $300. Spencer-P'edrick j Motor Col Ocala, FU Phone 8. 30-tf i Marion Motor Club Doing Good Work In Calling Attention to This Gem Of Natural Beauty The publicity department of the Marion County Motor Club recently addressed a letter to the motor clubs Ocala and Marion county and in par- ticular calling attention to the side trip to Silver Springs, pointing out that no person visiting Florida should fail to see this great natural wonder. The letter also offered to the members of the motor club written to the serv ices of the Marion County Motor Club when any of the members of these clubs are traveling into or out of Florida this season: - Among the motor clubs that' have acknowledged the letter setn out by the publicity department of the local club are the District of Columbia Di vision of the A. A. A., Washington; the Cincinnati Automobile Club; the i Chicago ..Motor Club; the Automobile Club of Missouri; the Nashville Auto Club, and the Automobile t Club of Richmond, Va. All of these clubs state that they will be glad to recip- rocate at'any time in any courtesies POSSlDie. MARION COUNTY RAISING - FINE FALL TOMATOES On exhibit at the Chamber of Com merce has been a basket of tomatoes from the ' Carmichael farm down Sil ver Springs run. The tomatoes are from the crop now being harvested by Mr. Carmichael and Mr. Clyde Ray.' As the crop was npt large it is beipg. .sold in the local markets. The tomatoes are. evidence of the fact that this vegetable can be grown as a fall crop in Marion, couiity as welj as a spring crop. IT MAY BE TRIED . - ON JUDGMENT DAY New Brunswick, Oct. 30. The pos' sibilitythat the Hall-Mills murder case would be presented to the grand jury today seemed remote this morn ir.g. Information from Somerville was that notices had 'not been for- warded to members of the jury and that it would require at least twenty four hours notice for them to assem- I ble after receivedmg the notices. I PENNSYLVANIA POLICE - LOOKING FOR POISONER w.a.j.inM. P, rw anTho . thorities are still seeking a clue to the I sender of poisoned cake which killed w an account ant and resulted in illness which may cost the life of his wife. The coro- ner's physician who conducted a post mortem on Sterrett declared it his belief that vtwo poisons cleverly mixed by experts were placed in the icing of the -cake sent to the Sterretts, A drink in time will save nine, if it's wood' alcohol. Debs' Magazine. CM mm Oklahoma Man, Called Out by Masked Band, Pumped Lead ' Into His Assailants Henrietta, Okla., Oct. 30. Reece Adkins, of Dewar, Okla., was shot to death and Thomas Bogus, of Spelter City, was probably fatally wounded at Spelter City last night when a band of masked men of which Adkins was a member called Bogus from a picture theater and attempted to kid nap him. Another man unidentified is known to have been shot in the leg. 'DEACON DUBBS" WAS A GREAT SUCCESS Reddkk, Oct 30 The play entitled "Deacon Dubbs," presented at the K. of P. lodge hall last Friday night,' was a big success. All the characters act ed their parts well, andx the house, which was filled to its capacity, was in an uproad from the time the cur tain rose until the end. Many who . came late were unable to get inside and had to return home'. Large crowds were present from Ocala, Anthony, Sparr, Lowell, Fair field, Irvine, Orange Lake and Mcin tosh. All those present praised the players for their splendid work. The players felt highly honored to have in the audience Mr. John Martin, mayor of Jacksonville, who praised the players very highly. They want to thank; all those who had a part in making the play a grand success. Especially do they wish to thank Miss Janet Roux, who so will ingly and faithfully worked as direc tor, Mrs., v.'!!. Anthony for her piano, Miss Milflred Manning for the splen did music and any others who assist ed in any way. After the play the director called all characters on the "stage and after she had served a delicious salad course, they organized a company and elected Mr. J. A. Ktaardas manager. Mr. Kinard will at once make arrange ments to play in several other towns in the county. All hope all who were unable to get inside will avail them selves of the opportunity to see this splendid play. A nice sum was realiz ed from the receipts and will be ap plied to the indebtedness on the lodge building. THROUGH TOURIST TRAIN TO FLORIDA WEST COAST - Atlanta. Ga.. Oct. 30. The "Suwa nee River Special," through tourist train, giving direct' service to the west coast ox Florida, will be re established for the winter season on Sunday, November 12, according to announcement made by the Southern Railway System. The route will be the same as last year, the Southern. between Cincin nati and Hampton, Fla., and the Sea board between Hampton and St. Pe tersburg, via Ocala and Tampa. n ,- Most of those who oppose all change have theirs! Washington Post T mmm. I E TfB A T E AT THE COURT HOUSE rm dD MI(E TBI LAMES ESPEOAL1LY JDWITED Bishop Faber of Montana States It Is His Belief that the Woman ' Is to Blame Havre, Oct. 30. That Mrs. Mar garet Carleton deliberately attempted to win Rev. Leonard Christler, rector of St. Marks Episcopal church of this city, from his wife, and that failing, she shot the minister and then herself, is the belief of Bishop Frederick Fa ber, head of the diocese of Montana, according .to a statement made by hi m today. "I believe, as a result of the inves tigation I have made of the-tragedy, that if this woman had been able to work her will on Mr. Christler he would be alive today, unfaithful to his wife but still living," the bishop's statement declared. ' ; HUSBAND GONE TO BRING HIS WIFE'S BODY HOME Los Angeles, Oct. 30 Frank Carle ton, former Montana judge, now practicing law here, will .leave, today for Havre, Montana, according to rel atives -here, to take charge of the body of his wife, Mrs. Margaret Carleton. ' ENTERTAINED BAPTIST GIRLS' AUXILIARY ' . ,-The home of Mrs. R. II. Floyd was the scene of, much merriment Friday evening when she entertained , the Girls' Auxiliary of the Baptist church. The house was very prettily deco rated with varied Hallowe'en conceits. Games appropriate to the season were played, "spooks" affording much amusement. s Mrs. P. J. Theus, Mrs. J. G. Par- rish and Miss Auenista Holt assisted in er.tertaming. The guest list included Louie Smoak, Louise Adams, Hazel Furr, Wilma Shepard, Willie Hucka- by, Era B. Carver, Noelwah Blanken ship, Musette Adams, Ruth Collins, Mary Battle, Mary Willis Johnson, Pauline Godwin, Pauline Shafer, Edith Killebrew, Brent Woods, Frances Ov erton, Christian Whiteside, . Marie Snowden, Florence Collins, Rogers and Virginia Oliver. Jennie AN ENLIGHTENED WAY OF GETTING EVEN Cleveland,! O, Oct. 30. The May- field township graded school ' under construction in South 'Euclid, was demolished by two explosions last night. School authorities say there have been several labor disputes dur ing construction because the contrac tor employed both union and non union workmen. PREACHER Oy TRIAL m . . AT STATEBORO, GA. Statesboro, Ga., Oct. 30. Rev. El liott Padrick, a youthful Methodist minister, went on trial here today charged with first degree murder in connection with the killing of his wife and mother-in-law near here June 19 last. n nnmnrmn7 National Conference of Railroad Men Will Probably Meet in St. Paul December Ninth St. Paul- Oct. 30-(By Associated Press). A national conference of railroad men to devise ways and means of effecting amalgamation of sixteen standard railroad organiza tions will be held in Chicago Dec 9th and 10th, Secretary Wangerin of the national committee on amalgamation announced today. - I ALL HANDS AND THE COOK BE IN ATTENDANCE Everybody come to the courthouse tonight to hear the, debate between Mr. W. W. Phillips and Mr. Frederick Van Roy on reapportionment. Bring your good humor and lots of applause for both speakers and send - them home feeling good. MEN ORGANIZE A UNION , SUNDAY SCHOOL BODY A call issued some time ago for a meeting of the men's Bible clasess of the various Sunday schools of the city evangelical churches at the court house resulted in a gathering yester day of about one hundred and fifty, representing the Baptist, Christian, Methodist and Presbyterian churches. The meeting was called to order by Dr. J. H. Therrell and a temporary organization was formed with Mr. D. Niel Ferguson as chairmanand Mr. J. K. Tally secretary. '- A nominating committee consisting of five, one from each class represent ed, was chosen for ' the purpose r. of nominationg permanent officers of the organization. After a meeting of tihis committee it was moved and carried that the matter of ejecting officers be def erred until the next regular meet ing. " . ' . v-:.: Dr.' C. L. Collins, pastor Of the Baptist church, was in charge of the exercises and elected to have three minute talks from members" selected from the boyd. Messrs. W. Ditto, Mack Taylor, J. P.' Fiifllips and George MacKay were cnosen 'to'make these talks and each answered in a brief way the three -qu'etic&s pro pounded by the leader' " u J The next meeting will beheld on the fifth Sunday in December each fifth Sunday in the year being desig nated as a regular meeting day At this meeting a name will be chosen and also the officers for the. ensuing year. SOLITARY GOAL FOR CENTRE Danville, Oct. 30. Officers of Cen tre College looking over the football records discovered today the lone, tal ly made by the University of 'Louis ville Saturday in the game which Centre won. 32 to 7was the only time in six years a team has crossed the ! Centre goal line while Danville. playing in nrvm WAN Enemies of Mayfield Now Turn Their V Attacks on Texas State Officials ; ' Dallas, Tey, Oct. 30. A motion re-, questing that Secretary of State Sta ples and Attorney General Keeling be cited to show cause why they should not be held in contempt of court was filed in the fifth court of civil appeals here today by counsel for C E. King and others. The motion was based on the notice to election officers Satur day, from Staples to place the name of Earle Mayfield on the ballot as the democratic candidate for the '. United States Senate. It is alleged Staples action was premature. ' WOMAN'S CLUB The Woman's Club held its first meeting , of the club year, at the club house Saturday afternoon. This after noon was devoted to a reception given . in honor of the public school teachers and the new club members. As the afternoon was an open one there were present an unusually large number of ladies.. As they arrived Mrs. L. W. Duval, club president, and Mrs. B. F Condon, afternoon chair man, greeted them and introduced Mayor John W. Martin, of Jackson ville, the speaker of the afternoon. When all hacL had a' few words' of pleasant conversation with Mayor Martin, the school teachers and new !members the afternoon program which was on citizenship began and was an unusually interesting one and of great importance to the - club members as election day is so near at hand. Mrs. Duval, the president, gave a few words of greeting which was fol lowed by the Citizenship Pledge to the State given in unison by the club. . Mayor, Martin, who is a Marion county product, and one whom is very highly thought of and honored by all, was next introduced by Mrs. B. P. Condon. - He talked on citizenship and handled his subject perfectly. He is a splendid speaker, and was listened to with eagerness by alL He also spoke on the amendments that are to come up in the next election. Mr. Lester Lucas next favored the club with a number of vocal solos. He was accompanied by Mrs. Lucas. ' The Ocala school band led by Mrsi B. G. Cole gave a couple of selections which was received with x great ap plause, v , Rev. C" W. Trout of the Christian church pronounced the benodiction . and the club adjourned and spent the next half hour m a social meeting. During this hour refreshments were served, the club's officers being the afternoons hosts. HALLOWE'EN CARNIVAL The Hallowe'en . carnival given at the school s grounds . Saturday night proved a success financially, andin , the entertainment line was thorough ly enjoyed by all who attended. Beginning at six o'clock a parade with a number of cars and much noise passed through and round town nd then to the high school grounds, where in a short, tune the carnival was in full swing. For entertainment there were sevi eral clever freaks, among which "Pete the Pigmy" attracted considerable at tention. There was a wienie roast and a marshmallow roast and the peanut and popcorn booths did thriving business. The Pigrola made a good hit and the Jaz& Baby also pleased everybody who saw it. . The carnival grounds were well filled during the evening with pleas ure seekers and $81 was taken in. Special mention of the high school band, which is doing good -work, should be made. The band fernished music throughout the , evening which was much enjoyed. The carnival was given under the auspices of the Girls Athletic Asso ciation of the high schooL .was plan ned and carried out by the members of this organization and they put on a creditable show. The funds which they raised will go to financing their team during this season and is buy ing some necessary equipment, NOTICE All persons who have paid their pon tax and )o not find their names on the list I had published, please see' me before Tuesday night, Oct. 31st, tha we may get you straight on tha books. A. J. Stephens, 2t Supervisor of Registration.