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EEN STAR S i WEATHER FORECAST Partlj cloudy tonight; Tuesday local showers. KM FEU ATURES This Morning, 63; This Afternoon, 80. Son Res Tomorrow, 6:45; Sets, 5:36 OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 265 EB II E II IT IS THE DUTY OF EVERY CITI BLEW ALDERMAN WILDCATS WALLOPED NO IHTEHTION OE ZEN TO VOTE TO THE E OUT OF BED NEGOTIATION ' E-T IF YOU ARE A CITIZEN, DO NOT FAIL TO VOTE TOMORROW IMS AR III SHUT IMA Order Allies to Withdraw from Con stantinople and Forbid Allies And Americans to Land At Kematist Ports Constantinople, Nov. 6. (By the Associated Press). The Turkish na tionalists after overthrowing the sul tan's government and declaring him beref of all his civil power, are now seeking fresh conquests that may bring trouble withvthe Allies. After j taking over control of Constantinople, the nationalists last night demanded the withdrawal of allied troops from j the city and served notice that allied or American sailors would not be j permitted to land from" their warships at Kemalist ports except by special permission of the Angora govern ment. An extraordinary meeting, of the allied commissioners determined they' would refuse the demand for military evacuation of Constantinople by allied forces. ULTIMATUM TO ALLIES Constantinople, Nov. 6. (By the Associated Press). The Turkish na tionalist government has handed a note to the Allied high commissioners here, to the effect that warships of all nations must ask it for authoriza tion to pass the Straits of the Dard anelles. They must also salute the new government of Turkey. , y LAUSANNE CONFERENCE POST PONED London, Nov. 6. (By Associated Press). As a result of new situation created in Constantinople by the de mand that Allied military occupation of the city cease, the peace conference called for Lausanne Nov. 13th, has been postponed, possibly two .weeks. ENGLAND STANDS ON THE MU- - DAN I A AGREEMENT It is stated in authoritative circles that in no circumstances will the Brit ish point of view regarding thte pres ence of Allied troops in Constant!' nople be changed. The British intend to uphold the Mudania armistice agreement and remain in the neutral zone with their troops. : FOURNEGRO CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH Almost a Hundred Men Trapped In a Pennsylvania Coal Mine Early This Morning . j IF YOU ARE A DEMOCRAT, VOTE THE STRAIGHT TICKET Atlanta, Nov. 6. The police , and fire officials here today are investi gating the fire which'caused the death of four negro children, the oldest six years, it Eastpoint late last night. The mother left them in care of a 12-year-old boy to go to church. On her return only the boy survived, he 'being slightly burned before being rescued by a negro man. There was a grate fire in the room where the children slept. V IT WOULD BE A BAD JOKE ON VILLA Mexico City, Nov. 6. A Chihuahua City dispatch says there is an uncon firmed report there that Francisco Villa has been captured by some of hisown men on his ranch at Canu Spangler, Pa., Nov. 6. Ninety-five men are reported entombed in the Reilly mine of the Reilly Coal Com pany here eariy today. The men had just entered'the mine when an ex plosion occurred which it was believed blocked the entrance. MOST OF THEM MARRIED MEN The extent of the explosion has not yet been determined. Mine rescue crews have been ordered from Pitts burgh and other pointsf while news of the explosion spread rapidly through this region and brought scores of ! miners anxious to help in the rescue work. ' . i I Most of the men entombed are mar ried men and reside in this vicinity. News of the explosion brought their wives and children to the shaft mouth, where they gathered in dumb horror, hoping against hope. The shaft, which is about 200 feet, was not dam aged by the explosion and the cage continued to operate. It was said by mine authorities that one of the main entrances was blocked by falling de bris about 500 feet from the foot of the snaft. . ; I RUSHED TO THE RESCUE Pittsburgh, Nov. 6. A Pennsyl vania locomotive, screeching and driv ing through th,e mist and rain at the rate of a mile a minute is on the way to Spangler with a mine rescue crew. The special left Pittsburgh at 10:51 and is due at Cresson, one hundred miles away, at 12:51,, Arrangements have been made for quick switching to the Spangler branch at Cresson. Spangled is twenty-two miles - from Cresson on a sharp upgrade. 'MORE THAN A MILE A MINUTE Cresson, Nov. 6. The rescue train averaged more than fifty-seven miles an hour from Pittsburgh to Cresson. The special had a clear track to Spangler and expected to make the twenty-two-mile run upgrade in twen ty minutes. FEARED ALL ARE DEAD Spangler, Nov. 6. (By Associated, Press). The first rescue party to en ter. Reilly mine reported at noon they had found three bodies and feared that some if not all of the ninety men entombed are dead. The rescue party found the bodies in the thir entry on the right of the main entry. The bodies were brought to the foot of the shaft and the rescuers went back for further exploration TWENTY-FIVE BODIES HAVE BEEN RECOVERED . Spangler, Nov. 6. (By Associated Press). Twenty-five bodies had been recovered at three o'clock from the Reilly mine. Six other miners had been taken out alive but so badly burned several are expetced to die. INDEPENDENTISM LEADS TO REPUBLICANISM R. a MEFFERT IS THE DEMO CRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUN TY COMMISSIONER IN THE FIRST DISTRICT TOWN PESTS uch oowt Get m-w wxv Cxooo too. F YOU VOTED IN THE PRIMARY AND DO MPT VOTE FOR MEF FERT TOMORROW, YOU x WILL BREAK YOUR WORD F YOU BREAK ,YOUR WORD, YOUR FRIENDS CANT TRUST YOU AND YOU CANT TRUST YOUR SELF His Political Enemies Awoke OToole Of Chicago At An Un timely Hour Chicago, Nov. 6 A bomb explosion early , today jolted Alderman William OToole from bed and damaged his residence on West Garfield boulevard. OToole said, he was unable to assign a cause for the attack, although the police supposition was that possible political .animus may have been be hind it. A meeting of ward captains was held in the alderman's .home . last night. CONFERENCE OF PARENT- TEACHER ASSOCIATIONS Well Attended Meeting of School Teachers and Patrons Held At Mcintosh Saturday of at Lost a Close Game Saturday to Fort Meade By a 13 to 12 Score The Wildcats held the little end of a 13 to 12 score Saturday afternoon when they played Fort Meade on the Ocala gridiron. The apparent sleepi ness of the Wildcats in the first quar ter, coupled with the inability of their As Derilbent as Ever Is - DeYalem And His Crew to Ruin : Ireland f Dublin, Nov. 6. (By Associated line to hold against the onslaught of I Press). A long statement signed by the Fort Meade meat were largely re-1 Eamon De alera as president, n- sopnsible for the Fort Meade victory, nounces definitely there is no truth The Wildcats' line with a few excep- J n rumors of peace negotiations be- tions played a very poor game of balL I tween his party and the free state On the offensive they let the Fort j government. Meade men through and the play would be blocked before the backfield 1 - 4 or tne game. They then kicked VOTE FOR THE SCHOOL AMEND- MENX; YOUR CHILDREN NEED THE SCHOOLING VOTE TO PAY STATE OFFICIALS EVERY MONTH; THEY ARE YOUR EMPLOYEES, AND TO PAY THEM ONLY ONCE EVERY THREE MONTHS IS BAD BUSINESS VOTE FOR ADDITIONAL CIRCUIT JUDGES 75,000 PEOPLE IS ENOUGH FOR ONE JUDGE TO LOOK AFTER, AND DELAY IN COURT PRO CEEDINGS WILL IN CREASE YOUR. TAXES VOTE FOR REAPPORTIONMENT, IT WILL BE FOR THE GOOD ' OF THE STATE IN GEN- ERAL AND " MARION COUNTY IN PARTICULAR TROUBLE AT TARANTO , The Slow-Pay Pest has the Money and will Pay Some Time but he just Naturally Hates to Let Go of the Jack. Merchants can't Pay No Bills Nwlth Dollars that are Slow Coming to Work, but the Slow-Pay dont give a Dern, hence his Place la the Hall ff Pcsta. MEETING OF WOMAN'S CLUB The Woman's Club held its first regular business meeting Saturday afternoon at three o'clock. After Mrs. Duval called the meeting to order the club sang "Suwanee River" accom panied by Mrs. B. F. Condoin. A Mrs. Duval gave a short talk and Mrs. O. E. Cox read the names of the deceased club members and the club had "a-few minutes of silent prayer rafter which Mrs. H. M. Hampton and Mrs. G: W. Martin sang "Lead Kindly Light." After the reading of the minutes of the proceeding meeting and reports of standing committees Miss Hariet Sherman of the Childs Welfare As sociation of the state board of health gave a very interesting talk. As this was the time to elect dele gates to the Federation meeting to be held at Green Cove Springs on Nov. 21 22, 23 and 24th the following lad ies were elected, Mrs. B. F. Condon and Mrs. C. W. Hunter. Mrs. Jack Camp talked -for a few minutes about putting an addition to the club house. The present building being somewhat small for the present needs, after which there being no further business the meet ing adjourned and refreshments were served during thesocial hour. Fascisti and Nationalists Mixed In a " . Local Fight Rome, Nov. 6. (By Associated Press). Fascisti and nationalists clashed today at Taranto, in south eastern Italy, over questions of local politics. Seven persons were killed and many wounded. THE LOVEY DOVIES Bill Kaiser and His Bride, All Dressed Up. and Nowhere to Go . Doom, Nov. 6. (By Associated Press). The former German emperor and his bride, Princess Hermine of Reuss, began their-honeymoon today with ho place to go. They were mar ried yesterday at the House of Doom, where the one-time kaiser spends his hours in exile and they they remain today. AWOKE FOR FEW MINUTES AGAIN Could fPt off with th hall On Hcftma- ive they could not stop the steady drop kick for point. Fort advance of the Fort Meade eleven. In Meade Mcked off and Lewis received the first Quarter their minds seemed a bal1 and was downed on the 20- thousand miles away from Hunter yard line' Moses carried the pigskin Park. Thev seemed in daz and around left end for twenty yards. On Fort Meade had made a touchdown r8 down Daniels iained one yard and kicked the extra point before the around right end. The second down game had been four minutes in play. resulted in a fumble and a loss of ten In snite of the weakness of Ocala's 7&Tds' 0calaunted '. third down in spite or the weakness of Ocala s and Fort Mead t th uu h line there were several star plays f . , X. - . , a v i- x , , forty-yard iine. , On first down Steve made by linemen. Stephens played a , " , . - " , . , , . . . , against broke up a fake forward pass - -"t l for a ten-yard loss. On second down way through.. He probably broke upLi, ' , . , t. , - , , '- , they gained two yards on the same . . jT -L- 0. Play. They, tried a forward pass on of the rest of.the WUdJatts Steve th down and fafled ZJ 1? P Z on the fourth - Daniels tional ball aU through tte game. feceiyed baU and downed vv; 1: j Ti. m his bracks on the 20-yard line. ler got through for several good ones. ' "' Second Quarter Lewis and Borland at the ends both , , Ocala's first down gained two yards played good football. Jimmie pulled when Ferguson went through right another forward pass down from the I tackle. Second Hown "Dnniel riaA (skies and carried it over for a touch-j to go around left end but failed to down. : make 'a gain. Third down Knight In the backfield Ferguson and Jim gained twelve yards around right end. Knight played hot stuff from one end First down, Fergusoiv made three of the game to tthe other. They were yards over right tackle. Second down hard to stop and the man; who stopped Knight took two . . yards over left them thought he had beeri up against J guard. Third down Ferguson gained a steam rollert Ferguson parried I two yards over left' guard. Third the ball for a total gain ofno less! down Ferguson gained twelve yards the .game, lover left tackle. First down Fergu- while Knight came next with forty- J son again made two yards over right seven yards. The work of Bebe Da- tackle. On the fourth, down , they niels at -quarter was. good for a case tried an .end run but f ailed to make of sore, eyes. The kid worked his the distance and the ball went over, team fast and furiously and was very Fort Meade, took the-ball in the center Prof. Chambers of the Mcintosh 5KUUUI m ms choice 01 piays. . 01 me neia. un me nrst aown Steve school, gave their report and Mrs. E. Mike Knight entered the game for broke UP another forward pass.. Sec- Helvenston reported for Ocala.- the most sensational play of the aft- ona own went tnrougn center .101 I - I M . 1 nm v mm Miss Tavlor and Sunt. Shealv rave ernoon.. Ocala had the ball in the Iour yarns, inira aown trfxrwin got interesUng facts on the good being center of the field on Fort Meade's 10- h&u for a long, end run around done bv narent-teacher associations in J yard line. Darnels called for punt r,enc ena- e got tnere to nnd him- this county and elsewhere. - j formation and prepared fora placa self blocked so he doubled back and As the business, of the meeting was kick for a field goal. Mike Knieht maae a complete ena run lor a lew to elect new officers and to become raced forward around the end. Fer- yards around left end. His broken I I4AU " . more firmly established, Miss Taylor guson received Uhe: ball from center uclu ruimm m mis instance was appointed two committees, one on and held it at the ground for place beautiful. He picked his openings bv-laws and constitution for the or- kick. FortMeade was tryine to block and for them with a machine- ganization andlhe other a nominating the kick but at the last minute Jim like precision. On fourth down they committee. These committees, were Knight snatched the ball from Fer- lost the ball and Ocala took it on her tn ronnrt offer innur I PUSOn's hands and thrwtf it t Milca I l-yard line. Daniels gamed three - - - i" 1 , . .. . Dinner was served in Mcintosh for a touchdown. Through inability afouna ieit end. Ferguson ran nark and was iust lik a raoA m. of the Ocala line to hold thev were a oeautixui mtenerence on tnis piay. fashioned picnic. Every one brought unable to make the extra point after Second down Ferguson fatted to make ' a Iiitv, hnv of crnn1 ttiintra tr. caf either touchdown. The ball would be I" K"'". xuuru uuwn jviugnt wok tne the Mcintosh ladiesserved hot coffee blocked before Ferguson could kick it. baU for.a 15-yard ride around right with real cream to rn with it. There For the visitors Clyatt. C. Kelle end Krrt down Ianiel3 faUed to I . I c. j j - . . . wna olen o aana orwrvW n ina and P. YpflTtmod Tvlaved tbP hPRt ieaiu- oecona aown juoses lost eleven water. eame. Their line held well and out- Jards m an attempted end run. Fer- Aftr di'nnpr wa anin assAmM plaved the WUdcats' line all the war Su'on brought the . ball back two in the church to finish the business oi tnrougn tne game, r on jueaae naa i " the day. The committees reported as several fake plays that worked well "urtn aown. t ort Meade got the ball follows: Prof. Shealy and his com- against the local lads. Their back w". j ou-yaru une. niittee on by-laws and constitution 1 field was able to plunge several! ' Third Quarter had selected this name for the organi- yards through the line on almost all - Fort Meade kicked off and Fergu- zation, The Marion County Council of j occasions but was unable to do much son received the ball on the 40-yard V itruuuu euu ur wii.n uie vur aiiacft. 1 line. The game by quarters : yard First Quarter The Marion county conference parent-teacher associations met Iticlntosh Saturday, Nov. 4th, 1922. Three cars went from Ocala. Miss Margaret Taylor took in her car Mrs. Rex Todd and Mrs. H. S. Weesson;4 Mrs. E. T. Helvenston had in her car Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle, Mrs. Cooper from the. primary school and Mrs. P. D. Bateman, .secretary of the Parent Teacher Association. 'Accompanying Supt. H. G. Shealy in his car were Miss Shealy and Prof. E. H. Miller of Fort McCov. The dav was an ideal one and the roads were fairly good considering, and we were all disap pointed that more did not attend. The meeting was held in the Pres byterian churchy Only a very few of the citizens of Mcintosh were assem bled to meet with us. The meeting opened with an invocation by Rev. Murrav of the Presbvterian chnvch. after which' America the Beautiful than fifty-two yards in and Old Folks at Home were sung. The chairman, Miss Margaret Tay- or, called the roll and asked for re ports from the different parent teacher associations of the county. Florida. A copy of the by-laws was read and each parent-teacher associa tion may procure a copy from Miss Taylor. The nomination committee submitted the names of Prof. Cham bers for vice chairman and Miss Shealy for secretary and treasurer. These were duly voted on and elected. We were all pleased to have with us First down Moses made f one around left ' end. Second down Knight lost two yards. Third down Ferguson made seven yards over left tackle. Fourth down a 'run around right end failed to make good and Fort Meade got the ball on its 57-yard line. On first down they failed to gate when Steve broke up their play. When they vote onthe projected bill to legalize wine and beer, there won't be a dry aye in the House. Norfolk-Virginian-Pilot. New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 6. A conference between Attorney General McCran and all investigators in the Hall-Mills murder case has been called to perfect the long chain of evidence to be submitted to the grand jury l2ter in the week, it was learned to day. NOTICE with patriotism and love for our own good Southland. Mrs. P. D. Bateman, Secretary, Ocala Parent-Teacher Association. CHIROPRACTIC 1 have cut the price of strand wood 75 cents on the cord, as I am com pelled to get it off the land. Four foot wood $3.50 per cord. Phone 471. E. Gibbons, N. Osceola St. 16-tf . Ocala kicked off and C. Keller re ceived the ball but was downed al most in his tracks. On first down Fort Meade carried the ball one yard through left guard. On 'second down i during the entire day Dean Norman Steve broke through left guard for Second down Clyatt went. four yards from the Universitv of Florida, and mne yds. On fourth down they throueh left tackle. Third down thev his friend, Prof. B. B. Kendrick, of PmKa ouYoz DOUna3- ucaia sl me made ten yards. First down & Keller Columbia University, New York. Dean Dau ' OE ner -Y "n went three yards around right .end. Norman rave ns a talk, that all nres- down 7 lost ten yards on fumble. Clyatt doubled back around left end ent will be likely to remember a 'long Pn 8ecnd down Ferguson gained the for eight yards. First down Godwin time. He showed us all our duties as n arus arouna ieit ena. vm tnira failed to gain, Second down Year- , T,rA t,., fn nni- -..-' I down Moses gamed three yards Uood made one vard and our homes. Prof. Kendrick gave around left cnd butlon fourth down tackle and was stopped by a pretty us a talk that made our hearts sweU ?e lost "ie ea" wnea iauea w tackle on the part of John Troxler. complete ta lorwara pass. r ort The third wa a loss also charred to Meaae earned tne oau a yara tnrougn John Troxler. On fourth down thev center on nrst aown. un secona aown h-.j. - fnnrarA tmb tn nm fr- c. js-euer maae tnree yaras tnrougn touchdown. They failed to make the right guard. On third down Clyatt extra point, and left their total score gained ten yards around left end. On at 13 points. Fort Meade again kick- first dnwn thev wnt thmntrh center lj . j -r--. i 1.4. i ti All that is good in this line of re- t "37 On Rond down a Z1 .'T , .i ra- . j i i lit j Dtttn. uru vaiua iu vuuos wjuu stormg the afflicted to health and fake double pass gained three yards lme, On first down Kmght gained ' L7 ZZ? 1 though lefttackle but faned to gain on an end run. First any on the third down wnen lnasay down agaift resulted in an incomplete Toxier nrote tnrougn ana tnrew tne forward pass. Second down Fergu man behind the line. They completed 8m gained three' yards over left a forward pass on the fourth down (tackle. and reached Ocala s 12-yard line. ed to House Ocala. 2-3t The third and fourth. downs nriiT n 1 tHAMMTviAtA fiiurta mm am The more our customers see of our I Yearwood carried the ball two yards port Meade eot the ball and Clvatt methods of handling fresh meats, the j through center. G. Keller went s brought it back five yards "until he better we like it. Come to see us. I yaras tnrougn center ana u. &euer Main Street Market. Phone 107. tf I carried it over for the first touchdown I (Contmued on Fourth Page) .