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EVEf; TAR WEATHER FORECAST local rains tonight or Wednesday; cooler in extreme northwest portion. TEMPERATURES This Morning, 64; This Afternoon, 82. Sun Rises Tomorrow 6:32; Sets, 5:31 OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. No. 272 STRONG FOR CROWD EXPECTED ENGLAND IS Dll THE PROMOTE All ALL-FLORIDA E BEING FIRED EVE OF ELE PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN FRENCH CONSULS AND ROADS II Five Hundred Members of the Pro gressive and Social Order Meet ing Today in Tampa To Hear Addresses of J. S. Edwards And A. R. Rule on Co-Operative Marketing Tampa, Nov. 14. Reiterating their pledges to carry to a successful con- It is expectde that there will be a large attendance of truck growers in summation the two Rotary ideals, Ucala on Ihursday to hear the au- 'Florida highway beautification and di ess of Mr. J. S. Edwards, president, a Florida educational loan," 500 mem- and Mr. A. R. Rule, general manager bers of the Rotary clubs of the state o: the Federated Fruit and egetable met here this morning and worked Growers, Inc., on the subject of co out concrete plans for carrying out operative marketing. The addresses the campaigns. will be given in the court house at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon. The speakers have been figuring very prominently in the press of the coun try during recent months and their SPARKS BIG CIRCUS EXHIBITED TODAY ON THE FAUSETT GROUNDS talks should prove most valuable. The The sawdust, tanbark and spangles meeting is to be eduactional and is season opened today when Sparks' big circus came to town for two per formances on the Fausett grounds. This circus is so well known to resi dents of this city that it really needs not for the purpose of organizing at this time. Indications are that the supper for the business men and women on Thursday evening at 7:30 in the din- no introduction and it eoes without inS hal1 of the Methodist Church will savine that it is the same hieh-class be wel1 attended. Special addresses PThihition of old the onlv diffprenrp presenting cooperative marketing beimr that it has nearly doubled in from the bankers and business men's size and now stands as one of the Point of view wil1 be made at this very leaders in the bis show class and I suPPer in Doint of cleanliness stands alone in A cc-mmitte consisting of L P the tented world of amusements. The Wilson, Max Israelson, H. D. Stokes, free street Darade spectacle which L- H- "Hans, J. H- Therrell and Robt took place this mornine on the adver- Clarkson, is selling sickets for the tio v,,. m.-jn mn ,oQ,i I supper. The tickets are one dollar with many novelties which eave evi- leach and mav be obtained from the dence of the wonderful performances committee members, from the Cham- v,Dt tnUnwA fhia offSrnnn i'r, v,Q Der oi commerce, or irom u kllUV A.VWV-V 111 O U1HV111VV1I 111 bllV i bis ton. From the eitrht-horse band Moore, county agricultural agent waeon in the lead, to the lumbersome Mr- Moore' who is chairman of the elephants and steam calliope in the marketing committee of the Chamber rear, it was just one surprise after of Commerce, will preside at the two another and it is safe to say that I meetings never has there been seen such a fine gathering of horses as those that were seen in the Sparks parade. All cages, trappings and paraphernalia were resplendent in gold and silver GOLD STAR WOMEN OF THE WORLD WAR All Christians Look Alike to Turk When He Thinks He Is Uppermost The Constantinople, Nov. 14. (By the Associated Press). The French con suls at Mersina and Adana in Asia Minor have been expelled by the Kem alists. They were appointed under the pact to insure protection of Christian minorities. The French consul at Brussa was expelled a week ago, but another consul is returning there accompanied by a Turkish na tionalist officer to supervise the re moval of thirty Frenchmen. OUTLOOK BRIGHTER NEAR EAST IN THE Chicago, Nov. 14. (By Associated which is and always will be the trade- Press). One hundred and sixty-one mark for all well regulated circuses, names of "gold star women" Ameri- The old parable about all circuses be- can girls who gave their lives in the J ing alike was shattered completely at world war are found on the list the performance this afternoon and made public last night by the Wom the opening spectacle, "Visions of en's Overseas Service League, compil- Arabia," with its score of high-step- ed as a feature to Armistice Day. ping thoroughbreds, its handsomely Most of them rest under French soil, gowned singing and dancing girls, some in far-off Siberia, Armenia, was a vision long to be remembered. I China and Manila, and others in Eng- It was brought to a close by LaVerne land. Venable, "the songbird of the white Plans for a perpetual testimonial tops," rendering in a charming man- to the former service women of the ner a selection to the accompaniment American Expeditionary Forces were of the Jack Phillips Concert Band, announced in connection with the list, while seated in a huge howda strap- which will be presented at the ped to the back of mighty Zulu, the league's convention here in June, next largest of the elephant herd. The year, Chicago headquarters of the spectacular pageant gave the per- league said in the announcement. formance a nroDer start and it con- "There is a handsome bronze tablet tained act after act of more than ex- in the army and navy building in ceptional merit, chief among them Washington, memoralizing the mules being the Aerial Walters, the Larkins' and horses who died in the war, but troupe of balancers, jugglers and nowhere in Washington is there found comedy furniture movers, the great a record of the women who died ex- Koban and Eno troupes of Japanese kept army nurses until we compiled marvels, the Flying Yorks, Aerial it." declared Miss Helen C. Courtnay, Earls, Beatrice "the golden girl on the originator of the memorial movement, golden whril," the famous Bardo Trio Jane A. Delano, beloved head of the and Selles Bros', acrobatic groups. Red Cross nursing service, who died Trained animals predominate at the at Savenay, April 15, 1919; Marian Sparks performance and many acts Crandell, Y. M. C. A. canteener killed of a startling nature were in evidence, by a German shell at Chalons-sur- the featured ones being the Capt. Marne, March 26, 1917; Winona C. Tieber talking and rope-walking seals, Martin, killed in a Pans hospital by Bartlett's Barnvard Circus, the Wood- a bomb from a German air raider and ford posing horses, dogs and humans, J Ruth Landon, killed by a shell in St LaVerne Venable and her trained Gervais church, in Paris; the Crom doves and marble horse, Minnie well sisters, Dorothea and Gladys of Thompson and her pretty assistants New York, who came to a tragic end intmrliifino- thp Snarks Daneinc at sea Jan 19, 1919, as they were Horses, Florence Harris and her prize winner Mabel, Kurd's Riding baboons, two elephant groups introduced by Madge Fuller and Beatrice Jung, both lady trainers of wide repute and Caesar, champion hurdle jumper of the world. The riding contingent in cluded such well known "rosinback" celebrities as the famous Guice fam ily, the Riding Hollis' and dainty Flora Bedini. Thrills were plentiful and many gasps of wonderment were in evidence when the daring little Jap anese artist Sakata descended from the top of the huge tent to the ground with lightning-like rapidity while balanced on a slender wire and incidentally another lithe little Jap, Kaichi, actually walked up an entire flight of steps while balanced on his dome. There is much to amuse in ths Sparks circus and one of the main factors are the two producing clowns Pete Mardo and Paul Wentzell, who with their group of merry assistants create many a hearty laugh during the two hours' program. The evening performance starts at 8 o'clock, with the doors opening an hour earlier. Constantinople, Nov. 14. (By the Associated Press). There is an ap preciative slackening of the tension which prevailed during the week-end over the successive demands of the Kemalists for greater control of Constantinople. Although no official announcement has been made, it was stated in Allied circles, that sober re flection by the Turks has caused them to decide to make no further provo cative gestures before the opening of the Lausanne conference. Thus, while the situation continues uncer tain, it is felt that the peril of a rup ture has momentarily been averted. MAY ASK TOO MUCH Lausanne, Nov. 14. (By the Asso ciated Press). The delegates of tha Turkish nationalist government have come to Lausanne as victors and their mood is wholly different from that of the crushed representatives of the sultan who begged for mercy when the treaty of Sevres was drafted three years ago. Their leader, Ismet Pasha, boasts of support from the Russian Soviets and alludes to the uncertainty which new governments in England Big Political Battle of the Empire Will be Waged Tomorrow In Great Britain London, Nov. 14. (By Associated Press). The last words in Great Britain's election campaign will be spoken tonight. The electorate will go t" the polls tomorrow to pick a par liament from 1386 candidates seeking seats in the house of commons. In most constituencies the battle will be between two parties, and in others between three or more contestants. Even the wisest political seers are un certain what the general result will be. AMERICA AND FRANCE LOSE BRAVE AVIATORS Baltimore, Nov. 14. Lieut. Edwin Shroder was killed instantly and Lieu tenant Francis March was seriously, possibly fatally, hurt when their air plane crashed to the ground at Logan Field near here today. Three Down in France LeBourget, France, Nov. 14. (By Associated Press). M. Poiret, noted French aviator and two mechanicians, were killed when their plane crashed to the ground during a competition for the Grand Prix for commercial airplanes here. REGULAR MEETING MASONIC LODGE nd Italy have given to the solidarity of the Entente. His delegates to the Lausanne con ference are confident of being granted their demand that Turkey shall be re- ieved of the capitulations, which are extra territorial rights granted to foreigners in Turkey. Their attitude brings to mind the remark once made by an American diplomat that put ting Europe out of Turkey would come nearer to effecting peace in the Near East than putting Turkey out of urope. Having beaten the Greeks at arms, the Turks apparently are determined to recover practically all of the Euro pean territory wrested from them by the World War. about to set sail for home, and two other sisters, Viola and Ruth Lund- holm of Petaluma, Calif., both army nurses, who died within six days of each other in October 1917, in differ ent hospitals in France, are among the outstanding names. Nettie Grace McBride and Edith Barnett are buried in Tumen and Tombsk, Siberia, and Edith Winches ter in Eirivan, Armenia. Their home addresses and those of Nina Louise Seymour, who died in Toul, France and Alice A. Ireland in base hospital No. 101, and information of other women who died in the service is be ing sought by Miss Irene Givenwftson, curator of the American Red Cross museum in Washington, chairman of the memorial committee. Florida's gold star woman was Miss Bessie Gale of Jacksonville. Historic Monticello, the Virginia country place of Thomas Jefferson, is for sale. Thursday night regular meet ing Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19. Work in master's degree. A. C. BLOWERS, W. M. CHILE AGAIN SHAKEN BY SEISMIC SHOCKS Development Board Will Increase Its Activity in the Interest Of the State The Florida Development Board,! with the moral and financial support . of state, civic and commercial organi zations, will increase its activity, pro mote an all-Florida publicity cam paign, and endeavor to build a domi nant organization that will represent all interests of the state on matters of common interest. A program was definitely decided upon in Orlando on Friday when dele gates from chambers of commerce and boards of trade met there to con sider the organization of a state chamber of commerce. They decided that it would be a mistake to have two state-wide organizations, ex pressed confidence in the Florida De velopment Board and decided to get behind that organization and to en large its scope of activity. A committee of five named by the officers of the trade organizations at the meeting, will confer with the di rectors of the Florida Development Board at their annual meeting Dec. 5, when the details of the affiliation of the board's work with that of trade bodies will be completed. This com mittee has a representative from each congressional district, and one named at large. It consists of Herman Dann of St. Petersburg, district No. 1; L. H. Chazal of Ocala, district No. 2; Karl Lehmann of Orlando, district No. 3;,J. B. Morrow of Pensacola, dis trict No. 4, and H. C. Case of Fort Myers, at large. No effort was made to have Tampa, Jacksonville, Lakeland, Miami or West Palm Beach represented on the committee because these places are already represented on the board of diretcors of the Florida Development Board. With the present list of the board's directors, and the committee of five named Friday, every section and practically every interest of the state will be represented at the Dec 5 meeting, when the future program of the board will be decided. There SHEKELSFQRSCHODLS Monday Wasn't Such a Bad Day For Financial Aid to Education Deficit night of 11th $24,569.57 Reduction Nov. 13th 1,326.21 Deficit night of 13th $23,243.38 ROTARY LUNCHEON The attendance at today's Rotary luncheon was nearly 100 per cent, those absent being "accounted for" attending other clubs. The presiding officer, Jake Gerig, announced that with such a committee as Harry Bor land and Paul Simmons on the job no one anticipated anything short of a 100 per cent, attendance. The new trio, Louis Pillans,, Joe Blalock and Wade Dumas, assisted by Mack Taylor, rendered several de lightful vocal selections, much to the delight of all the Rotes. These three "new ones" have reached such a de gree of excellence that they can now sing with or without music "The Prairie Flower." Next week's luncheon will be staged at 7:30 in the evening instead of at the usual afternoon hour, and the program will be in charge of Will Gary, Louis Pillans and Mack Tay lor. Attendance committee for next week is Port Leavengood and Fred Hocker. Santiago, Nov. 14. (By Associated Press). Chile was again visited by earth shocks late last night. Severe tremors were felt at LaSerena and the seaport, Constitution, according to will also be present at this meeting advices. The death toll over Chile I another committee of ten, which Pres as a result of Saturday's quakes is ident Jules M. Burguieres was au expected to reach 1500 or 2000. Six thorized to appoint at Thursday's hundred bodies in one city were piled meeting whose duty will be to pre- ii. the public square and then burned. I pare a plan ofr state-wide advertis ing. OK LA WA HA AVENUE MUCH FRESH MEAT JUMPING ON THEIR GENERALS Washington, Nov. 14.-One hundred and twenty-nine new members will sit in the next House and Senate M. CLEMENCEAU HAVING A PLEASANT VOYAGE On Board the S. S. Paris En Route to New York, Nov. 13. (By Wireless to the Associated Press). Former Premier Clemenceau reacted promptly today to a wireless message from Jean Longuet, French deputy and leader of the minority socialists, now lecturing in America, who challenged him to a debate on the League of Nations. "I am going to America to talk to Americans, not to argue with French men," he commented. "I can have all the debates I want with them back home." Everybody aboard ship was up ear- Athens, Nov. 14. Ex-ministers and The generals charged with high treason membership will include eighteen 33 a result of the Greek miliUy dis serving their first terms, according to asr in Asa Minor are now on t1 ar. unofficial list of members of the The defense lawyers at the openmg Sixty-Eighth Congress compiled by session today contended the court Regarding the item about Okla waha avenue in Monday's Star, City Manager Brumby informs us that the "rumples" on the east end of the street will unrumple as soon as the sand is cleared off.. As for the man holes, he says they were not overlook ed, but built over on purpose, as by cutting down to them they can be brought more even with the pave ment than if left open while it is be ing laid. Mr. Brumby cites as ex emple the manholes in the pavement all around town, most of which we must sorrowfully admit are quite au dible when cars drive over them. the cler kof the House. MURDER TRIAL BEGINS AT NEW BRUNSWICK MONDAY was in contempt and that the accused men ought to be tried by parliament. The court rejected the plea. HARDING INVITED TO HELP HONOR OLD HICKORY Washington, Nov. 14. (Associated Monday to hear witnesses in the Hall- Press) President Harding was invit- Mills murder case. Over fifty wit- ed by a delegation from Greenville, nesses will be summoned. It is pos- Tenn,, today to attend the ceremonies New Brunswick, Nov. 14. The county grand jury is to be convened sible that Mrs. Hall, widow of the slain rector, will be permitted to testify. to be held there in connection with the reopening of the old tailor shop of Andrew Jackson. The president in dicated he would be glad to attend but could not give a definite answer CALIFORNIA ORANGES SHIPPED TO CANADA Oroville, Calif., Nov. 14. The first carload of oranges shipped this sea son was sent from here yesterday, destined for Ontario, Canada. The oranges picked Nov. 1st could not be shipped earlier because of a car shortage. The steamer Nebraska sail ed today from Los Angeles for Lon don with 350 cases of Pacific coast fruit and the first consignment of Im perial Valley cotton this year for Europe. BAD LUCK FOR BOWMAN lv aP'ain this mornine" to erreet the e .in.. ... . . . . i 1 "Tiger" on his usual three or fourl5 division, nas Deen awaraea me fast trips around the deck, but M. Clemenceau overslept, not rising un til 6:30 and not appearing on deck until 7:30, a full hour behind his schedule. He appeared interested in what the world ashore was doing and asked the newspapermen walking with him what was going on. M. Clemenceau took luncheon to day at the captain's table, smiled oc- AWARDED MEDAL OF HONOR Washington, Nov. 14. Lieut.-CoL on account of the illness of Mrs Joseph N. Thompson, of Savannah, naming ana me reaemuinig ui vu Ga., now of the reserve corp3 and J gress, formerly major of the 110th Infantry, Pensacola, Nov. 14. R. J. Bowman, convicted several days ago in United States court for contempt of court In. connection with the bombing of Louisville & Nashville shopman's OCALA HAS A GRAY AGENCY jhome, today was sentenced to three Medal of Honor by President Harding The O'Neal-Holly Motor Company months m jail and lined ?100. uow for "conspicuous gallantry and in- has opened an agency in Ocala for the man was a Louisville & Nashville em trepidity above and beyond the call of sale and distribution of the Gray ! ployee before the shopmen's strike in duty in action near Agremont, France, J automobile and truck. This is thejJuly- October 1st. 1918." I car that has caused so much talk for j the cast few months in auto circles -.arxiAL. ruLittJii ovy l i n AJitniw snuncus i on account OI its extreme low seuing i CONTINUE TO SHAKE price. The touring car sells for $585 Valparaiso, Nov. 14. (Associated I delivered in Ocala, while the other AT THE CIRCUS Chief of Police Gordon informs the Press). The inland town of Freirina models carry equally attractive prices. Star that he has put two special offl- I - iirt m ttt? n - i T iu. u i,, to Thpniwas virtually destroved and scores The O'Neal-Holly company has the cers, dus "uuaras ana j. o. hP went -off to his cabin, ttaking with j are dead there as a result of earth- agency for this popular priced car for skin, on duty at the circus grounds, j . o wi- -n. i onakps. acpoH m? tn wireless mes- Marion. Citrus. Sumter ana LaKe.anutuai.ttuiuuciuiv.iig uuuuu? ucw. demning the Turkish policy. It was not expected that he would come on deck again, and the ship crowd amus ed itself otherwise. NOTICE sages from a cruiser off the coast. At counties, and it is only to be expect- j only to apply to one or the other of Ruasco the sea rose ten meters, de- ed that Gray cars will soon be seen .mose two vigilant policemen. strovinsr the water front and wreck-! on the highways of these ing numerous craft. A tug was swept I and in great numbers. inland two kilometers. Supplies are Several hundred new books girls and boys at The Gift Shop. for 3t Eastern Star sewing circle will meet at the hall Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock. Nothing can equal the softness of a hard-boiled egg who is scrambling for reelection. Columbia Record. being sent to the stricken city of Val- lenar by mule train overland. Inflation in Germany is no longer confined to the heads of the Hohen- zollerns. New York Tribune. Every political pulL in due is found to exert itself on the leg of the public. Columbia Record. Too often a grade-crossing is the meeting place of headlights and light heads. Washington Post. counties Messrs. McLeod & Waters, the iStudebaker dealers, arrived yesterday time, ! from Palatka, from which point they drove in several of the very latest designs of this car, the 1923 Special touring. Since taking over this agen cy only a few months ago, they have placed a good number of them in the territory. "Sterling Silver" means clid silver. THE BOOK SHOP has a large stock. Advertise in the Evening Star. Advertise in the Evening Star.