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FROST, Editor.4n.CHLf CO. u Kntrrtd at th l$lttffltt at lima, tlaM r, AV.. tinilrr Att tif March, I tit. at lima, AV. fuklMrd AWry t'nni Thriv Vol. XX. Five Cents Per Copy. Devoted to tlie Interests of tlfcie Ift&oiazitaJja. IPecrple BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNK 5, .1919. One Dollar and Fifty Cents Per Year. The citizen VsiRTissssSHSHSsssssssBsfessKlssvsl No.-W.- Commencement Edition Happy Fathers and Mothers Commencement Day is not for graduates alone. It the great day when fathers and mothers rejoice over the progress and the prospects of their sons and daughters. Berea holdsout both hands in cordial welcome to the fathers and mothers who attend Commencement is to-da- Something Good for Every Reader U. S. News Roy Scouts of the United Stales by contributions of two cents each provided the wreaths which President Wilson laid on the graves of the American dead in the military cemelery at Surcsnes, near Paris. The wreaths were dedicated to the memory of all American soldiers who fell in defense of the cause of democracy. WorUNews The German counter-proposa- ls have been turned over to tho Pace Congress and arc being considered. They are bulky and contain over eighty thousand words, making a document longer than Ihe treaty itself. There is some confusion in the wording and several supplementary papers have been banded in to make certain parts clearer. The Germans (liemselves have not been in agreement on different proposals and this is reflected in the Don't Be An Indian The Indian was in many ways a noble man. He was a good hunter and a good fighter, and he knew how to raise corn. Why did he finally disappear from this beautiful country? It was principally because he did not read and study. Now there are plenty of white families that are going through the same thing that the Indians went through. They cannot read, and they do not think. They own no books, they take no newspaper. They are dropping behind in the march of progress. College Tabernacle, Where the" Commencement Exercises Will Be Held Berea College Commencement Wednesday, June 4, 1919 Each Bugle Call Means Doors Open to the Tabernacle Visitors who cannot find seats in the Tabernacle will find in teresting exhibits in the chief college buildinngs from 8:30 to 11:00 and from 1:30 to 3:00. 1:30 if yon possibly can! Get in the Tabernacle at 8:30 and 11:00 and at Going to School How many of our soldier boys when they got to camp and got to France wished, that they had a little more education? Uncle Sam has appreciated this and did much toward providing education of one form or another in the very camping places. Now that soldiers are back they, and all otheryoung men, and our young women as well, must plan to get an education, to get it while they are young, and to get a plenty. Think of the Berea Summer School which begins next Friday. You could do more for yourself in that school than by any other thing you could possibly do this summer. And think of fhe Fall Term which begins on Wednesday, September 17th. Now is the time to get education. CONTENTS AUSTRIAN PROGRAM 8:10 Band and Procession from Ladies Hall to the Tabernacle. 8:30 First Bugle Call Industrial Exhibits, Vocational Department. 20 Agriculture Gay Hartley Duke "French Agriculture" ..-Demonstrations in: Crawford Lynn Treatment of Oats for Smut Harry B. Smith Lona C. Fish f Inooulatioh of Legumes . Clarcnco Nicklo Obcrt Richardson I)ruco Truitt Comer lphnson William Fisher John C. Brammer . Vaccination of Hogs 20 Home TREATY DELAYED PAGE - Editorials: Going to School; Happy Fathers and 1. Presentation of Document to Enemy Delegates May Be Postponed Beyond Monday. Science Demonstrations in: Tho Simple Dress..-- . s ... j. -- K Ruth Quillen ora Scale s Ina Copeland TheJUght Combination of Food in a Dinner Delia Dilbrcy Mothers; Don't he an Indian. Paris, June J. The Inillctitlons nru World News; U. S. News; State that the presentation of terms of the ProNews. Commencement Auxtrlnns will be postponed beyond gram. Motuluy. PAGE 2. Pcliool News. President May Name Commission. PAGE 3 Serial Story. Current PnrK iKimre Ii Jan Pntlerewskl, Events. Premier, muile It known that he PAGE 4. I.oonl and Church News. hud decided to auk l'rexlilent WIIhoii to name a rommlsHlon of American to PAGE 5. General News and Ad- 1:0 to Poland and Investigate the vertising. rharte regarding the treatment of tho The PrePAGE C. Farm and Homo Depart- Jpw'sIi population there. mier' Intention revealed In the mak-- 1 ments. 111: I'o-IIh- Mistakes in Food Combinations Meals for a Summer Day Meals for a 10 Ituth Crogg Nannie Smith Allie Congleton Ethel West Katherino Baugli Elsio Byard Winter Day Nursing '.Demonstrations, in: Making of the Bed (with patient) , Luoinda Combs F.thol Aylor Neva Johnson Sunday Sohool Lesson. written to llerher (. Hoover, head of the Allied Food Relief Committee. Famous Pcaco Treaties. Sermon. Toll Inorcases as Firemen Get Bodies. PAGE 8, Eastern Kentucky News. Vab.Mice Stir Uhone. Klre broke out during the performanee Vn a moving picture house here and a large number of persons were killed or Injured The list of dead Wi readied SO, the bodies of .'i children and 21 women PAGE 7. pnhllc of a le'ter which he has Making the Patient Comfortable 20 Explanation of Demonstration Business ., "Business Microbes" Demonstration in: Touch Typewriting Nancy Westburg Hugh Mobley '.. Naomi O'Rourko Alta Creech Mary Lynch Special Offer for Commencement Day Only The Citizen ) One Year $1.25 With Fountain Pen $1.90 Subscribe Today 'JAMCJ . WT HALC-acadc- One man sucha i.g been found. cumbed to suffocation. The Injuries 9:40 Second Bugle Call Academy Department.. of most of those taken from the buildMUSIC ing by tlremen were slight. There John Deyton Patriotic Oration (Prize Winner in Senior Class) were approximated 100 of these. Mary Hatfield Patriotic Essay (Prizo Winner in Senior Class) Coaches Plunge Down Embankment. out of 9:50 Third Bugle Call Normal Department. Omaha, Neb. Twenty-livSI7U casuals, Including live nlllcers and The Rural High School.. Audrey Brooks Chapman. Charley, Lawrence one V. M. C A. secretary, all members The Salvation Army in tho Recent War of the l'lve Hundred and Helen Fnirchild, Lakeviile, Magollln llohoken Casual Company, were Mary Belle Fletcher, Dabney, Pulaski Modern Chivalry slightly when live of the coaches Higher Salaries for Our Rural School Teachers.. hearing them to I'rosldlo, San FranKslill Nelson Burke, Bonanza, Floyd emcisco, plunged down a thirty-foo- t f The Rural High School as a Community Center bankment Into Salt Creek, mile east of Ashland, Nch. The men Horace Leslie Cartee, Carter, Carter were taken to Ft. Omaha. (Continued on page eight) e Fifty-sevent- h one-hal- The German demands touch almost every part of the treaty which dlicy were asked to sign. They object to tho cession of territory, they say the reparations are too heavy to be met, they want to be admitted to the League, of Nations at once, they refuso to acccpL responsibility for the war, and There will be a meeting of all Ihe they will not allow the former Emrevolutionary leaders of importance peror to be handed over for trial from all parts of Mexico at the by the Allies. camp of General Carrera. insurgent leader in the stale of Nuevo Leon, The French people liavo decided on the border line between that to restore the famous cathedral at slate and Coahuila, it was announc Rheims. A good deal of the main ed recently. wall still stands and in places the The name of Dr. Vasquez Gomez, fire has turned tho stone to colors now at San Antonio, Texas, is most moro beautiful than before. Many prominently as the of the stained glass windows were mentioned choice of the revolutionists for saved and can bo replaced. It was President of Mexico. at first the intention to allow it to remain in ruins as a monument to Daylight saving advocates in Con- the destructivencss of war. The gress, recognizing the strong senti- new French courago and hope for ment which has developed in favor the futuro is reflected in the changof the repeal of tho law, now are ed attitude. basing their hopes on bringing about postponement of action on The Atlantic has finally been the repeal resolution so the law will crossed with success by an air not be abandoned until next year plane, guided by an American avia With sentiment in the Senate more tor, Curtis Read. Ho landed at Lis evenly divided than in the House, bon, where the Portugese gave him those opposing the repeal believe a royal reception. Later he went Ihe resolution can be greatly de- to Plymouth, England, in accordance layed there. with his original plan. It is a gratification to the United States The American seaplane NC-- S ar to he the first to accomplish so rived at Plymouth,, England, from great a feat. Information gained Ferrol, Spain, May 31. about atmospheric conditions will It made the last jump of its long be of great value to futuro aviators. journey of about 500 miles in 6 hours and 59 minutes, or at the rate of Canada is making preparation for. nearly 72 miles an hour. Keen in an extensive trade with Silieria in let est in Ihe event and the line tho near future. That country has weather brought out large crowds. been changing greatly in recent Threo minutes after being sighted times and already contains a largo tho great nlane settled on tho wat- - part of tho progressive element of ersof the harbor while tho crowd tho Russian population. Tho govcheered and whistles blew a salvo ernment at Omsk has held its own from all steam craft in sight. against the Bolshevik! and is likely to be recognized by tho greater Arthur Thurman, competing in powers beforo long. Largo docks, the International auto- are being constructed at Vladivosmobile race on tho Indianapolis tok, in anticipation of such trade. his speedway, and Saturday, Considerable opposition lias arisen mechanic, Molinares' skull fractured when their machine over- to a new law which the Senate had tujcler consideration to remodel the turned on tho litli lap. Rnlph DePalma driving a Pack- school system of Hawaii in the inard, led at the first 100 miles. Paul terests of Americanism. Tho trouble Haldol, in a Ballott, was second: came mostly from tho Japaneso and L. Chevrolet and G. Chevrolet, both Chinese residents who aro numerdriving Fontenacs, wero third and ous and liko to retain their own language' and customs. Such prcs- fourth respectively. All previous records of tho speed- sure has been brought to bear on way for that distance were broken. tho Senate that the bill has failed miiesl to pass. the average being 9275-10- 0 an hour. England is entering upon an furthering plan for The little church in Pall' Mall, of many of tho Tonn., where Sergeant York, "greatest soldier in the world," then a outlying territories which she roistering mountaineer, was con- holds. This is true of Burma and verted by a wander hill preacher, rf India. Sho has found, moreover, was packed recently as tho lighter that something of the kind is necesled in the singing. He deserted his sary to ally 'ho discontent in Egypt 500-mi- le Ragapplo the Great, the two-ye- ar Holstein bull, was sold for $125,000 at the dispersal sale of the stock farm of Oliver Cabana, Jr.) at Buf. falo, N. Y., recently. The price paid is said to bo tho biggest ever paid for a sire. Another record was made when the cow, Fairvicw Main, was sold to John T. Shannahan, (t Buffalo, for $35,000. She is a producer of (7.1 1 pounds of butler a week. (Continued oo Tig T1f (Continued en Ptga TIti) girls dorattort bcrta college Kentucky News At Bradshaw's sale of Aberdeen Angus cattle in Garrard county, 37 head averaged $32050. C. E. Marvin, of Paynes' Depot, paid $925 for Brookside Blackbird 39th. The American Forestry Association will endeavor to provide Franco, Great "Britain, and Belgium with American Forest treo seed to replace tho devnstaled forest region of tho war stricken countries. The week of June 2 has been set apart as "Rooster Week." During tiat week the farmer and poultry man aro urged to pen or It is estimated kill all roosters. that If overy rooster in tho State (ContlaMd oa CM0ORX AVWTtCTJ KV YOt 2 AiJ. ii v i i r w' I it r;A..j i'B.i i:j - m mm. j: ii t i i tfiin i ui' i imtii. Tt tlfU) The Mountain Summer School is the Biggest Chance for Pleasure and Profit. See Pages Two and Six. Pago Two THE CITIZEN LETTER TROM Juno FINAL GAME VAUGHN 15, 11)11). School News from Various Departments PROCESSION A TLUSIlER Le Man. France. livered Sunday evening by tho Ilev. May IB, I IMP. With Chnutauqim Features' TRAINING SCHOOL GIVES Dr. McDowell, pastor of tho Sooon I Dwir Itailw: CISES church, of Danville. SmiHUinM it Is mnin to make Tho members of the Training In his opening remarks he staled BEREA COLLEGE, BEREA, KENTUCKY promises than It Is In carry limit) School gave Memorial Day exer- that (he two alternatives before the out, espoolnlly when one i in cises In tho College Chapel on Ma. hi a plastic state, and the present 11 11 to August 15 France participating in an emer6 to 30. Utopia or Holl. The people aro now gency task. Thoro wore songs, drills, and read world nt the present time are I have desired to write you a ings, and nn excellent play of live d the golden hour to mould Pleasure and profit for aspiring teachers, business letter for publirallon more freacts was given by the seventh and the character of the people aright quently hut the nwvcmenls of the eighth grades unrest among tno masses, es Chrismen, farmers, discharged sdldiers, house-keeper- s, troops are so rapid thai wo have to pecially In European countrios, Is College tian workers. "Something good for every comer!" work night and day to put over our growing, and threatens to engulf COMMENCEMENT VISITORS A.B. H. II. K. France. program before they leave Daily discussions of things important for the mounMr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Fee and the world in the chaos of anarohy 2 0 Colllno, r.f. My llt-- tl two weeks In France tains, meeting mountain leaders from eight states. two daughters from Clarksburg, Ind. and lawlessness unless righteous Andes, 2nd h. Sowere spent in I he American piinelples of government aro cs 11 F. Chucman and wife of Cin3 2-Wilson, 3rd b. Berea Faculty includes many of the greatest eduiablished. ldiers University at lleaune. Cade cinnati. 0 of Cnrponlor, o.f. cators and speakers of the south, and summer brings Ho expressed his belief that de D'or. assisting in the regtslration Dr. It. I.. Telford of llichmond. 1 I 0 0 Porter, 1st h. mocracy is given Divine sanction in It brought lo mind my llackiioy, c. student. in other noted men, moving pictures, entertainments, Itcv. Irvine Maurcr of Columbus, principally work at Ileren. a it wa scripture, and cited tho case of God Ohio. 1 0 Hays, p. music. that of direcling students lo the Fielder, l.f. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Porter with through Moses demanding of Phar of the University. Berea is religious, "works with all different colleges aoh that he let "My people go free friends from Cincinnati. I 2 00 Wobbor, S.s. When this work wn finished. I was Mr. and Mrs. Oberly of Clncin to serve Me." He also stated that followers of Christ." Tobacco, prohibited except to Kenyon W. Bullcr-fieh- l, invited by Or. Jesus was the first real Democrat nati. tt 7 ft 30 confirmed users over thirty. Only conditions for enPresident of Masachusctls from Detroit o' whom we have record. When Sevoral people Vocational Agricultural College, to Join his trance that you live in the mountains and are above among whom were Mrs. C. H. Kuch- - selecting His Cabinet He chose men A. H. It. II. E. as one of the traveling Itxlon-lo- n from tho lower ranks of society, son and daughter who moolf and 1 fifteen. 5 Wilson, 2nd b. workers to .carry Ihe message with not one aristocrat among tored aown. 1 504 Best location, climate and equipment. country life to the Clark, c. of the farm and Dr. John A. McDowell and J. E. them. Jotms was crucified because 1 I tew man, sj. 5 He refused to set up an autocratic Note two things: The studies and entertainments soldiers. Uutlcr from Danville. 5 0 Fry. Slid b. But democracy If I had been nkcd to take my Combs, p. Misses Elsio and Viola Dasher of rule in Jerusalem. are the best, and especially adapted to people from the 0 national and international mus! choice of all Ihe work in France. Parsons, r.f. Detroit. 0 2 0 8 mountains. I know of nothing that I would ltendrix, l.f. Mrs. C. A. LcHoutillicr, Holywood, be directed and controlled by the 0 0 3 old time Gospel which Christ taught. And the prices are made right for young folks just have chosen in preference to what Stephenson, c.f. Colo. 1 0 Who "Came not to be ministered was offered by the College ot Agri- Nowlm, 3rd b. Mrs. Copelon, Hiohmond. I ft a start "cheaper than staying at home." getting 0 0 culture. I accepted with fear and Johnson, p. Mr. and Mrs. Caruthers Wilson, unto but to minister, and to give 0 0 0 2 His life as a ransom for many." In trembling, for I was keeping comLouisville. Address The Secretary, Marshall E. Vaughn, pany with College Presidents and Carroll Batson is a Bcrea visitor other words, it is love rather than 37 8 3 ft Wilson. justice that the world needs to heal Adv.) now. Berea, Kentucky others like Dr. Warren II.been ono Hut as nerve has always Miss Lotta Osborne, of the class its wounds. DR. RAYMOND GIVES SOCIAL Ho urged the Christian societies of my mnt precious posesion. I. of '03, is a commencement visitor Dr. and Mrs. Raymond gave a dismissed my fear and stepped out this week. Miss Osborne is super- to do all in their power to influ into the field as an authority upon serial for the students of tho Colintendent of a centralized school in ence society, education, business, my subject. And right here let me lege Department and the Seniors Litchllold, 0 and is doing a most nnd politics along gospel lines, and By President Frost in College Chapel, Sunday, June 1 thus save the world from Hell. sny that my experience in Ilerei of the lower department. Friday effective work. a, great power In referring to the Miss Jean McCollum of the ColThe Baccalaurcato sermon and early life need hinder you, none of and my country life experience night. F.voryonc certainly had lege department is visiting friends possessed by the heathen world, he exercise held Sunday morning, June them must be allowed to hinder havo placed me in such a position gcod time. urged his hearers to enlist for 1st, in the Chapel was most im vou. from risinc in the full strength that University men have submitted in Berea. John C. Brammer, who was here work in the mission field, and to pressive. The auditorium was tilled of vour manhood anil womanhood, propositions for my approval be LITE IS CHEAP they were in the S. A. T. C. last fall and in do their part in Christianizing th by students and friends to seo the and idavuiK the part of a true causn certain method The following extract of an article using did not reach the soldier. the Vocational department before- heathen. "What would it mean?" Solemn march of the graduates as leader of men. from the Florida Metropolis of May ' grea hand, has come back to receive his he asked, "if China with her mil- they were escorted to tho section v !, i.,v.i ii,,n,.i, it... ) wa sent to I.e Man, the 75.00,1 5, 1911), shows how cheaply life i lions should become organized for of seats reserved for them. Profes goodness of Providence, a period diploma from that department. held in Imlanco when liquor Is of iharkntion center, where Miss Mae Todd of Georgetown is war instead of peaceful pursuits.'" sor Robertson prosided and prayer leisure for study and reflection, and " " the lime, and Tho world must grow rapidly was offered by Dean Clark and srnnel are stationed visiting, friends until after Com'Twenty-fiv- o Cents' Worth of f.n. ,..ui. m.i. better, or it will grow rapidly Treasurer Osborne. where more than 150.000 comlm. Moonshine Cause of Negro Murder. mencement. The Union ecpt among others, that should,"1'0 nU Upon the young people of Church Choir sang an appropriate l,,rn"p" C. T. Lark of Gate City, Va., is a worse. 11S A row late Saturday night over 25 lead thoughtful and worshipful' today rests a large responsibility anthem Berea visitor. complete lives. Resort to tho mountain top;1 , Mvlers commanded mo to stav cent' worth of moonhlno resulted following tho bu a in the killing of one Negro and anto turn the tide for the right. ""'U story of Moses by Professor Raine. seek guidance in prayer; get your , solarpe . and I had other being lodged in the county His address was illuminated by VISITING ALUMNI "'l1 The sermon to graduates by prophetic message from tho hurn-i"1- 0 several apt and interesting illus President Frost was on tho subject ing bush where you meet your God. on" l,,ous,,n' jp.il. Albert D. Hanson, "nr" trations, and was listened to with Wm. E. Barton, D.D., " Agrieu lural Clashes and "Sander and Hnrris were trying The character of There is such an intimacy of the J of Leadership. for to etfect a settlement of tho sale of wrapt allention throughout. Rev. Geo. T. McCollum, H'")' continued my Moses was taken as the ideal to boj human "soul with iU maker. Make!?1"1"'' two weeks longer Miss Lottie Osborne, a quantity of moonshine, according followed by the ICO graduates of the that experience yours. Tn Mm mnnnllmn Kvn Imnnrtnnt Mrs. Ethel Todd Clark, to infonmfion secured by Chief College, Normal, Academy md VoPI SIGMA SORORIAN TRIP Undertake all tho duties, public. inpg ,,npppnw: , cncpived the Depuly Sheriff Edwards. Miss May Harrison, When Presidont Frost and private, to which God calls you, Pi Sigma and Sororian took a trip cational classes. Mrs. Minnie Jqncs Steenrod, Idea of launching an Agricultural they counted up thero was n dilfor-en- ce to the Bungalo Thursday night. We said, "Moses was a law giver like without vanity and without fear. Show, to be held in Frey, Miss Louise Fair and Horse of a quarter in their figure', saw them just at the winding up of Lycurgus; a scientist like Pythag Go into them not as a solf seeker, Miss Maggie Taulbcc, the largo Classification Camp in Le ami Harris reported to a knife to their party and if there is any oras; a slatesman liKc bolon; a but as a messenger of RighteousMan, and. to my surprise, the gel action." Miss Myrtle Slants, thing in an atmosphere they had warrior like Pericles. But all these ness. Colonel took to it at once and apJerome Eastham, No comment on the happening i had a splendid time, for the spirit distinctions arc passed over by th Do not shrink from tasks which pointed two army officers lo puh Burnio Franklin, of youthful joy was running un- - inspired historian, who names the are to human power impossible. it through military channels; nnd necovxnry. for il speaks for itself. Creed Harrison, "Liquor never hurt any one," cries one great character of the man in You will see very litllo brought to trammelcd. happening was the tak- tho aloonkeepor. Miss Eudelle Nunn, Yet 25 cents' our text: There aroe not a prophet pass, if you see only what your own Ihe second Y. M. C. A. of all the ing over of the Wm. Dean Embrce, worth of it opened tho grave. since in Israel like unto Moses, strength alone could accomplish. ADDRESS TO LITERARY SOCIE army educational work hy the army Leonard Mccce, whom tho Lord knew face to face.' We do not think lif living in these TIES and Ihe signing of contracts with in the nasi two months, and sitrnril Alico Case, The word prophet means a spokes Stella Case, A fair-Sizcrowd of studen' man for God. What Moses was to days without availing ourselves of us as army men. (I donned an up more than 2X0 for tho DepartHelen Dizney were out to hfcar the addre.-.- i to hi age you and I must be in our the force of steam and dynamite. officers uniform and wont out be- ment of Agriculture. Louis Karnosh 'he Literary Sociolios given by the own .homes and among our own Do not bo content to live without hind my barracks and praoticed saLe.Mans is the center of tho noted Miss Berlha King, Ilev. Irvine Mmirer. of Colun'.nus. neighbors. We can summarize his availing yourself of the force of luting). Perchoron Horse district of Franceprayer and faith. proWhen I announced the fair Miss Mao Todd, Ohio, on Friday nighl. career by saying: ho was born in and we send two to four truck Do not be abashed at the unbelief, ject to Dr. Bulterfielil he pronoun His subject was "What Are Some adversity, educated in solitude, and loods of lioys to celebrated Perchor or the ingratitude of your neigh- oil it one or the most daring Things W; icn We Should ! spirt called into public service against on farms twice each week to see A FRENCH ORPHAN BRINGS bors. Understand that it is your in the educational work and m an Educated Person his will. He worked against all hu their horses. M. Tassoau nnd M. His two ollif thought were Mial man probabilities, ho was rejected mission to dispel that unbelief, and had me appointed Agricultural Ad- Perriott, Le Ferte Bernard, about to overcome that ingratitude. viser for the American Embarkaan educated mot-- . i no')M have a hy those he benefited, and he And finally let it be your glory tn tion Area to make plans and dinri thirty kilometers from Le Mans, are lovo for the truth and an independ-de- nt brought others to a land of plenty bring others into a promised land work that must be headed up noted exporters who have furnished mind. which he himself was forbidden to which you may not yoursolf enter. the America with threo or four of the hy an army olllce. The plans ha enter. All these arc types of things You are rewarded in their happiprize winners wo havo over grown lo such proportions that it host PROSPERITY IS COMING in the experience of every true ness. And you have a happiness requires tho full time of five army shown. Tho boys havo seen Gin gerly, the siro of three internationFor all wo kno.w it is far above theirs in being in a larget Now fs the time to start to get Christian. olllcers besides myself to keep Ihe ready for the business boom which Jist as blessed l0 be Mnos for a sense a laborer together with God. different phases of the fair moving. al prio winners in United States. greater work in an Agricul fs almost here. Every war in the few families in our creek bottom It will be enough for any of us to My first move was to call upon Our past has been followed by a great as lo be Moses for a whole nation. know that there is a promised land the Prefect of this Department tural way is getting nctual fact ng grdwth in manufacturing, develop Do not be a prophet for the sake of and to see it even afar olf. (comparable to Governor of a Slate about French Agriculture and put-lithe boys in touch with them. ment work, and business of all being adored by tho peoplo you in U. S.) and get his endorsement, I benefit hut because God calls ymi." kinds. I hen tho Director SORORIAN OPEN MEETING of Agriculture of ney nave seen mud and dreary In tho final address to the gradFor nearly flvo years tfio world Tho Sororian Literary Society of the Department and through him camp life in Franco and nothing has been destroying properly which uates President Frost said, "My the Academy department held its work the producers of nnimals and else and now theso trips of Joy and it will take many times five years young friends of tho graduating open meeting Saturday evening, crops in order to havo something In inspiration coming Just boforothey leave will softon their heads to to replace. For nearly fivo years classes: The glory and the greatness May 21, in Upper Chapel. show besides army horses. The men and women all over the world tf Mo'es lay in the fact that he was The program was a great success fair is developing into nn allied fair ward thoir experiences in France. have been doing without things one who spoke for God, and ono ind was attended by such a prowd of tho French, and Amoricnns and Our stay is drawing lo a olo'oond whom tho Lord knew face to face that Ihe Chapel was packed al Fronoh aro cooperating with line instead of remaining In Frnnco unwhich they need. Ours is tho only civilized country This high commission of spokes- most to tho limit. A very interest- - Upirit. til late in the fall as I nlanned at which is not worn out by tho strug- man for tho Almighty, and this in- ing program was rendered, featuring in An important feature of tho fair the beginning I will ho back gle. All tho world needs and will timacy of being known by tho Lord, readings, music, nnd an Irish play. will be an oratorical contest that dear old U. S. A. hy buy everything that wo can pro- is not confined to tho few anil the Tho stage was tastefully decorat- takes placo on tho second night. l nope to be in Bcrea beforo tho duce. Years will bo needed to great. Tho mother of Moses, whoso ed for the occasion. Thero will ho six twelvo mlnuto opening of tho fall term and ro- catch up with the delayed develop- very name you havo forgotten, sho speeches on Agricultural subject sume the duties of my ofllco. This ment and tho unfilled needs of the also spoko for God when she orderACADEMY GRADUATION and medals will bo given tho win- is a glorious old world to vo n Dr. Ethel Lyon Heard, who has Just world. ed tho hiding of tho child, and tho Tho Academy graduation exer- ners, first, second and third. Pri- and the European side has many returned from Krunce where sho saw This means more business in tho Lord knew her in her humility and cises were held Saturday night in vate Win. Purler, a member of the attractions, iiut our littlo cottage 18 mouths' active service at the front, Academy two years ago, is to be on Jackson Street looks moro liko brings buck with her Leon Thlbaut, a years to come, and more business her alllictlon. Tho rulers of hund- tho Main Chapel. A large class was graduated and one of the speakers and ho has a homo anil happiness to mo llinn little French orphan, whom she will means that many thousands of reds and the rulers of fifties, and young men and women will bo tho rulers of tens, who were ap- was presented to Dean Robertson of good ohaticn lo win. anything I havo found on this sldo adopt. needed to do tho work In tho of- pointed to sharo tho burdens of tho Collego by Dean Mathony. Besides tho fair wo aro engaged of tho blue pond. fices of tho concerns which aro Moses, all those becamo spokesmen A patriotlo pin was given by tho in I wish I could havo scon moro of Agricultural meetings every Policemen Postpone London Strike. feeding and clothing and sheltering for God in thoir several places, and Women's Relief Corps to each of tho night in tho camps located around Tho Citizen for it is a whnlesoino London. The tho Lord know them also. police ,tho world. threutened winners in Mio two conles's of tho I.e Mans. Thero aro in all about and newsy paper and also project4 strike, for which the members of force Wo cannot tell today what Is to evening. Thero was an essay con- ono hundred billeting villages nnd nerea Into overs NOW is tho timo to start a busitck on it neno- voted by a largo majority, has been ness course, so you will bo ready be tho sphero of influenco of each test, in which six girls of tho grad camps in this area that accommo- trates. called off for the present. At the de- when tho demand comes. The ono of you. But wo do know that tinting class took part; and an ora- date from threo hundred to twenty This is my word of croollnir to monstration jn Hyde I'urk, which had School of Commcrco of Borca Col-lc- each of you will havo a sphere of torical contest for six hoys. Miss thousand men at a timo. These you and other been arranged by the police, It was anfriends who read tho gives tho best training, in tho influence, smaller or larger, and that Mary Hatfield won tho essay prize, men aro on duty during tho day so pages of your nounced that the Executive Committee paper. of their organization had decided to best surroundings, and at tho least in that sphero you aro called to bo and John Deyton tho prlzo for'ora-tor- y. wo go from camp to camp at night with best wishes, I am postpone the strike until ufter the cost. Bercu's Summer term starts what Moses was. Tho Pins wero presented by and speak to tho boys. I havo Sincerely yours, ' peace treaty bud been signed. Nona of tho limitations of your Mrs. LoVant Dodgo. Juno C. Gut rcadyl spoken to moro than 10,000 soldiers M. E. Vaughn EXER- The students of tin whole tution marched In a the Chapel Sunday. priH-i-xsion Insti- to ADDRESS TO RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES The address to the Religious cieties of Berea College was DO YOU LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS? SECRETARY Sode- Attend Mountain Summer School American Embarkation Center Educational Department June July and July I the chainpioushi. l'lir draw pulled Saturday afleriiui.u was when College and Vocational nu in the llual game of the series. Kven though Iho sun poured groat buokotfuls of heat down on the bull Held (ho llushor went at and u half. It like sixty-on- e Rapid playing m tho first was lh Migue. At tho end of tho first hnir ot the sixth tho scorn was u lie, N ing 2 and 2- - Bowman and Fry made tho two Vocational score, during this inuing. Collins hilled one for a roundtrip, making the only Inline run of the gatuo. Delalls follow: t fr 1111 12 110 12 non-sectaria- n, 10 10 10 10 0! 12 10 13 col-le- ge 10 1 1 10 Sermon to Graduates vl: ..i V "r""' "'" ed - mid-summ- go Says the Student, "I've More Friends in Berea Than Even in My Own Home District" Juno G, 1919. THE CITIZEN learned scnnlor nn(l as n resident of the county which Is tho proud possessor of his home, your enthusiasm hns a welcome sound to mo: but I happen to know that Senator Wright will not allow his name to go beforo tho convention." He renil the letter of which I knew. Mr. Benjamin F. Ilutlcr then said: "When that letter was written Senator Wright wns not nwnro that Mr. Van Iluren's nomination could not be accomplished, nor was ho awaro that his own nomination would be the almost unanimous wish of this convention. I havo talked with tho leading delegates from Missouri and Virginia today. They say that ho enn bo nominated by acclamation. Is It possible that he a strong party man can this unanimous call of the party with whoso help he has won Immortnl fame? No, It Is not so. It ennnot bo so. We must dispatch a messenger to him by horse nt onco who shall take to him from his friend Judge Fine a frank statement of the Imperious demand of this convention and a request that he telegraph a withdrawal of bis letter In the morning." The suggestion was unanimously np- proved and within an hour, mounted or, one of the best horses In Maryland so his groom Informed me I was on my way to Washington with the message of Judge Kino In my pocket. Yes, I hnd two days to spare on my schedule of travel and reckoned that, by returning to Ilaltlmore next day I should reach Canton In good time. It wns tho kind of thing thnt only a lithe, supple, strong-heartelad such as I was In the days of my youth, could relish speeding over a dark road by the light of tho stars and a with a horse that loved to kick up a wind. My brain was In a fever, for the notion had come to mo that I was making history. The lure of fame and high place hurried me on. With the senator In the presidential chair I should be well started In the highway of great success. Then Mr. II. Dunkelberg might think me better than tho legacy of llenjamln Grlmshaw. A relay awaited me twenty-thre- e miles down the road. Well, I reached Woshlpeton very sore, but otherwise In good form, soon nfter daybreak. I wgs trembling with excitement when I put my horse In the stable and rang the bell at our door. It seemed to me that I was crossing the divide between big and little things. A few steps more ami I should be looking down Into the great valley of the future. Yet, now that I was there, I began to lose confidence. The butler opened the door. Yes, the senator was up and had Just returned from a walk nnd was In his study. I found him there. "Well, llnrt, how does this hnppen7" he asked. ro-sl- st d half-moo- Parfi) lilies. THE LIGHT IN THE CLEARING" A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Germans Hand Their for Peace to Council of Four. in Counter-Proposals WANT TO RETAIN COLONIES IRVING DACHELLERw (UN HOiDIR trtl AND I. DAtUL Of THI lUiSID BIO, uir ino ur vith tune, itc. ere Aimx of ' Make Many Other Demands to Which Allies Will Not Yield Adriatic Question Settled, Flume Becoming Independent City Western Canada Strike Spreads. By EDWARD W. PICKARD. The Germans huve hnnded In their s 108 printed pages of them with the evident nnd presumably Justified feeling thnt they won't do (Jertnnny nny particular good. If the replies of the nllles to prellmlnnry notes furnish nny bnsls for prediction, It is safe s to sny thnt this bunch of will In the main be turned down lint by the council of four. As wns enslly foreseen, the Oermnns predicate their propositions largely on the fourteen points nnd on various Idealistic utterances of President Wilson and others, nnd quotations from these nre used liberally. The Ideas nnd of territorial opportunities for economic development nre played upon strongly, nnd the pence terms prepared by the allies nre declared to be In contradiction to a Just pence nnd dominated by the "might greater than right" principle. counter-proposnlcounter-proposnl- '" of thoso days. Ono was strong drink nnd tho other was the crude, aggressive democrat from the CIiAPTETi najrnaa, orphan, la taken to lira with Ma uncle, I'eabody fronjlcrs of the West. Theso latter Jlaynta, and his Aunt Deal on a farm on were often seen In the holiday regalia luttlaroad In a neighborhood called bout ln , lKt- - Hrton mta of farm or vlllago at fashionable funcally Dunkalbera-- about hta own axe, but tions. Some of them changed slowly, oolallr of a rlaaa abova tha Ilayn-ar- s, and la faaclnated hf tha pretty face and by and by reached the stage of and fine clothes. to linen nnd diamond breastpins silk. It mU Ilovln- -: nnd waistcoats of figured their moSClIAPTnn In tha neighborhood aa the must bo said, however, that on of tha richest man In tha townihlp, tives wero always abovo their taste. la a vUltor at the llaynea home, and ' Tho winter tarorc away slowby In ' JtOTlnc Kata tella tha fortunei of tha two bora, predicting- a bright future for Bar- - hard work. Mr. Van Ilurcn came down ton and death on tha galtowa for Amoa. to seo tho senator one day from his Improved for an act of boylah mischief TW cl- MttlB IWu a Ititatiilln kla CfjtmtT rrnt uil tie "TSdjO-i- . home with tha Dunktlberga. He reaches president hnd been solicited to accept iio village or canton and rain into a I know that leap of exhaustion on a porch. There tho nomination ngnln. be la found by tillaa Wright. Jr., promiSenator Wright strongly favored tho nent man In public affaire, who, knowing I'eabocy Ilayna, takea Ilarton homo af- plan but feared that the South would ter buying-- him new clothes. defeat him In convention, It being well known that Van Ilurcn was opposed to CTTAPTnn and his tinrl. tho annexation of Texas, However, tna ttunl v,,,t Canton and hear Bllaa 11,1 Wright read a sermon. he advised his friend to make a fight Ias CHAPTER Wright avtnrea for tho nomination and this tljo latter much Interest In Ilarton, and -- end- a box resolved to tlo. Thenceforward until bocks and magatlnea to tha Ilaynaa middle May I gave my tlmo largely to St The election of Bllaa Wright to tho Inditing of letters for tho senator Untied States senate la announced. In Van Huron's behalf. CTTAPTnn Ilarlon la twelve Tho tlmo appointed for tho convenCsara old ha becomes aware of the of a wonderful and myaterloua tion In Ilaltlmoro drew near. Ono day rower known aa "Money," and learna now, through Ms possession of that wonderful power8YNOP8I8. rough-contcIlA-tn- fl I III-IUr- ton IV-BI- loss of thousands of lives from hunger nnd malnutrition. Hut the allied council Is rendy for them on this point with statistics Hint prove the Infant mortality In German cities would hnvn been kept nt nenr normnl If the distribution of the country's milk supply hnd been efficient, since the milk production never wns below 1ft per cent r figures. Mortality In of tin hosplmls, due to hick of rubber and cotton, nlo wns cited by the Germnns. To this the nllles reply thnt the Imports of rubber nnd cotton were much In excess of hospitnl requirements, but the authorities chose to devote these supplies to military purposes, nnd for this choice the nllles ennnot be held responsible. These nre the. outstanding points In mnde by the the Huns. They object, of course, to other clnuses In the treaty, especlnlly the economic provisions, nnd offer mnny substitutions nnd modifications. It is not likely thnt the council of four will require mnny dnys to digest the document and reply to It. Then the Germans will be required to sign the treaty wlfhln a given time, presumably before June 15. If. unexpectedly, they refuse tn sign, they will be given 72 hours' notice of the termination of the nrmlstlce nnd then the blockade will be restored with nil Its former rigidity nnd the nllled armies of occupation will farther Into German territory. No one pretends that the Germans could offer serious armed reslstnnce to such n movement. An Indication of the unyielding spirit of the nllles was given Ins week when American nnd British troops were landed at Dannie and their wnrshlps began to gather there. pre-wacounter-proposals tinued their advance on Petrogrnd while declaring they meant to occupy thnt city only to relieve Its suffering Inhabitants, and If recent reports from there nre rellnble the relief Is sadly needed, for the people nre snld to lie starving to dentil by the thousand. New units of the Ilrltlsh volunteer nrmy arrived at Arrhnngol nnd tho transports t lint took them were expected to bring nwny the American troops thnt have been sejvlng there, nnd whose return hns been so loudly demanded. According to Maxim Gorky, who wns Interviewed by Frnzler Hunt, the outside world ennnot nld Itussln; bolshevlsm must run Its course, bringing gradual starvation and paralysis of Industries; a great revolt will follow, with n reign of terror, nnd then there will be n constituent nssembly In which Hie pens.mts will nssert their power nnd form n democracy. The Htidnpest communists claimed to hnve defented the forces of the "enemy" that' were ndvnnclng on the city, nnd nssert thnt one Itoumnnlnn regiment wns nlmost wiped out. Hola Kun, however, Is not satisfying I.enlne, who nnnounces thnt Moscow, not Iludnpest, Is the revolutionary center of the world nnd Its orders must be obeyed, nnd that the Hungarian revolution Is not proceeding well. In the United States sennte the tle over the league of nntlons Is batpro- thine flrlmshaw la the moat ful and greatly dreaded man In the most of tha aettlera being In his debt After a visit to the Ilayne homo Mr. Wright toavee aarolo In a sealed en. velope. which IlartoirTiT to read on the first night whan ha leaves home to attend school. rton CHAPTER la asked to a mad to aafely, but finva snowstorm, mill, arrlveaaee the road. unable to tha horses get Into the ditch and a Wheel of tha wsnon la broken. Uncle Feabody managea to Ret together enough to satisfy Orlmsbaw and obtain an extension. ow CHAPTER In htsslxt'enth rear Ilarton accompanies "Mr. Purvis." the blred man. to the postotnee at Canton. On the way they meet a rider, and tha three Journey together. They are held up by a man with a gun, who makea the highwayman's demand of "Tour money or your life." Itirvla runs away, while the stranger drawa a pistol, but be fore ha can use It the robber shoots and kills him. Ilarton'a horse throws him and runa away. Aa the murderer bends ever the stranger Ilarton throws a stone which ha observes wounds tha thief, who makea off at onre, but not until Ilarton bad noted that his gun stock was broken In a peculiar manner. Hearch of the Cslghborhood for the robber la unavailing la burled. VTT-N- . ; I leaves home to CHAPTER Vni-nar- ton Hacket'a school. Amos attend Michaelarrested charged with the la murdor of tho stranger. to CHAPTER IX Qrlmshaw seek bribe Ilarton to be silent about his wounding the murderer of tha man killed on the road. Tha offer ts spurned. CHAPTER X Emissaries of TJen seek to kidnap Ilarton, or do worse. lie la warned by ''Silent Kate," and esOrtm-sheXT-U- ncle "It's Important business," I said, as presented the letter. Something In his look and manner as he calmly adjusted his glasses and read the letter of Judge Fine brought the blood to my face. It seemed to puncture my balloon, so to speak, and I wns fulling townrd the earth and so swiftly my head swam. He laid the letter on his desk nnd, without looking up and as coolly ns If he were nsklng for the change of a dollar, queried: "Well, Hart, what do you think we hnd better do about It?" I ( Germany refuses nhsolutely to cede Upper Sllcsln, nnd declines to give up the Snnr hnsin, Poscn and other territory unless a plebiscite is held. Danzig, she says, must be a free port and must not be In any way controlled by tho Poles, but it Is agreed that the Vistula river may be neutralized as fnr ns the Polish border. She ngreei to surrender her warships nnd to dissolve the rest of her nnvy, but demands merchnnt shipping In exchange. raying this Is necessnry to her com- merclnl life. She accepts the limitation of the army to 100,000 men, more than thnt for the present to maintain order. She offers to pny In gold nn Indemnity of by 1020 and to make nnntinl payments thereafter up to n total of $25,000,000.-000- , of but puts In n counter-clainbout $.t..100.000.000 for damages from the allied blocknde. The Germans refuse tp admit that Germany Is nlone to blame for the war nnd Its damage, nnd take n slap at Italy and Itoutnnnln. which, they assert, entered the conflict for territoAs for personal responrial conquest. sibility, they declare they will not surrender the former kaiser nnd others for trlnl by the utiles, asserting they cun be tried only by Germans or neubut-wnn- , At home In Germnny the counterproposals seemed to please no one. The conservative papers denounced them as too yielding nnd the radical press said they did not yield enough. None had much hope of their success. According to correspondents In Germnny, the Germans Intend to sign the treaty, but also intend to evade Its terms In every wuy possible. This would menn thnt the nllles would be compelled to keep under arms a large force of "collectors." The German people, ns n whole, sny these correspondents, have adopted the position thnt they will pny for the war only what Is forced out of them. They are more united in spirit than at nny time before for several yenrs, nnd cannot he brought to see that they are a defeated, not n conquering people. In other words, sny these observers. Germany hns not hnd enough whipping. trals. Iteturn of Germany's colonies Is demanded, though It Is agreed that Germany might be wlllingg to act a man- Jugo-Slavl- I I Took the Stage to Baltimore Day. Next ir" the Renator received nn Intimation that he would be put In nomination If Van Huren fulled. Immediately ho wroto to Judge Kino of Ogdensburg. chairI and Bally Dun- - man of the delegation from tho northCHAPTER kelbcrg- formally pledge their troth. ern district of New York, forbidding ' Kate'a silent but such use of his name on the ground CHAPTER XHI-O- ld unrelenting pursuit or Ola iien urimsnaw that his acquiescence would Involve haa Its effect, and goaded beyond endurto his friend the ance, Ortmahaw dies aa the "Silent Woman" points at him. Ho gave mo leave to go to tho conton CHAPTER reti a latter vention on my way home to meet Sully. from "Roving Kate" which heartens him I hnd confided to Mrs. Wright tho deimmensely, although at the time he tails of my little love uffnKr I had to doesn't understand It. and she had shown n tender, sympaCHAPTER XV Ilarton moves from boyhood Into manhood, and chooses his thetic Interest In tho story. own road. The senator hud said to me ono day, meets the mother with a gentlo smile: CHAPTER XVI-I- fe of Alias Wright, and learns the story of "Haft, you have business In Canton, Kate Kullerton, "Wamlerlntc Kate." I believe, with which trifling matters "XVH-ln- lo a lomfway liar-to- n llko tho choice of a president and tho "CHAPTini starts, and with tho senator nets an Mexican question cannot bo permitted Insight Into tha real things of life. to Interfere. You must tako tlmo to CHAPTER XVIII Ilarton becomes Benator Wrltrht'a private secretary In spend u tiny or two nt tho convention Waahlmrton and helps make history, In. Baltimore on your way. . . lie Journeye to the old pine tree to to our friend Tine, who will look troth claim hla lirldi according; to the a. they pllghtvd In their school day after your comfort there. Tho expert-mc- c ought to bo useful to a young man I tint less than six months to wait for that tiny nppolnted by Sully. I had who, I hope, will havo work to do In no doubt that eho would bo truo to mo. future conventions." I took the stugc to Ilaltlmoro next I had hnd ray duys of fear and depression, but always my sublime faith la day the twenty-sixtof May, Tho hor enrao back In good time. convention thrilled nie tho flags, tho Ob, yes, Indeed, Washington was a great crowd, tho bands, tho songs, tho fair of beauty and gallantry thoso speeches, the cheering I seo nnd hear days. I now It nil. I havo spent many it nil In my talk. Tho uproar lasted years In tho capital, and I toll you tho for twenty minutes when Von Iluren's girls of that tlmo bad manners and name wus put In nomination. knew how to wear their clothes, but Then the undercurrent I Tho South again tho magic of old memories kept wus iigulnst him us Wright had fore my lady on her throne, There "was seen. Tho deep current of Its power ono of them Just ono of thoso others hnd undermined certain of tho north who, I sometimes thought, was almost ern unil western delegations. Ostenos graceful and charming and noble sibly for Vau ISuren and stubbornly hearted as Sully, and she liked me, I casting their bullets for him, they had know, but tho Idoal of my youth voted for the s rule, which glowed In the light of tho early morn hud accomplished his defeat beforo tho tog, so to speak, and was brighter than balloting begun. It continued for two all others. Abovo all, .1 had given my days without a choice'. Tho enemy word to Sally, and well, you know, stood firm. After adjournment that Yankeo of good stock was ecnlng muny of the Vnn Huren deletho fairly steadfast, whatever elso may gates were summoned to a conference, bo sold of blm often a little too I uttouded It with Judgo Kino. steadfast, as wcro Ben Orlmsbaw and Tho had withdrawn and Bqulro Kullerton. requested his friends In the convenwent calling that tion to vote for Silas Wright. My emoThe senator and I Now Yearns day, We saw all the tions cun be more readily Imagined groat peoplo and some of them were than described when I heard the inoro cheerful than they bad a right shouts of enthuslusm which greeted to be. It was a weakness of the time. my friend's name. Tears began to roll I shall not go Into details for fear of down my cheeks. Judgo Kino lifted wondering too far from my main road. his hand. When order was at lost reLet me step aside a moment to say, stored ho began: however, that there were two clouds of. . the "Gentlemen, as a f rlen Peabodr, Aunt CHAPTER Deel and the neighbors celebrated Christ- tnaa. "Old Kate" la ono of the party. XH-Rar- ton - cape. , ty XlV-IUr- Ho-po- rt h "I I wns hoping you you would take It," I stammered. "That's because the excitement of tho convention Is on you," ho answered. "Let us look at tho compass. They havo refused to nominate Mr. Van Huren because ho Is opposed to the annexation of Texas. On that subject tho will of thu convention Is now clear. It Is possible that they would nominate me. Wo don't know about thut, wo never shall know. If they rtltt, nnd I accepted, what would bo of mo Is also clear. They would expect me to abandon my principles and thnt course of conduct which I conceive to be best for tho country. Therefore I should have to accept It under fnlse pretenses nnd tuke their yoke upon me. Would you think the needle pointed thnt way?" "No," I answered. Immediately he turned to his desk nnd wroto the telegram which fixed his place In history. It sutd no. Into the lives of few men has such moment fallen. I looked at him with u feeling of uwe. What sublime calmness nnd serenity was In his face I As If It were u mere detail In the work of tho day, and without a moment's faltering, he hud declined n crown, for ho would surely huve been nomlnnted und Mo rose und stood looking elected. Always I nut of tho open window. think of him standing there with the morning sunlight falling upon his fuce He had observed my nnd shoulders. emotion and I think It had touched him a little. There was a moment of silence. A curious Illusion cume to me then, for It seemed ns If I heard tho sound of distant music. Looking thoughtfully out of the window he datory for them under the league ot nations, and the right of Germany to enter the lengtie nt Once on nn equality with other nations Is asserted. All occupied territories, say the counterproposals, must be evacuated within In claiming the return of six months. the colonies the Germans cnll attention to the fnet thnt nn Impartial settlement of nil colonial clnlms was promised In number five of the fourteen points. This reads: nnd absolutely "Free, Impnrtlnl adjustment of nil colonial clnlms. bnsed upon n strict observnnce of the principle thnt In determining nil such questions of sovereignty the Interests of the population concerned must have equal weight with the equitable claims of the government whose title Is to be determined." Since Germany's administration of her colonial possessions, especially those In Africa, wns notoriously oppressive to the nntlvcs. It is hnrtl to see bow she can gnln much by an appeal to nn agreement that the Interests of the people concerned shall be given full weight. Germany's claim for damages due blockade Is based nn the alleged open-minde- to-th- The terms of pence with Austria, though not wholly completed, were All handed to the Austrian delegates. the territorial questions were Included, but certnln economic arrangements nnd the matter of reparation were left The great general strike which has for further consideration. It wns known, however, thnt Austria would tied up and nlmost Isolated Winnipeg; hns not yet been brought to nn end, be required to pay nbout 2.500.000.000 the governkroner Indemnity, nnd that the pay- and, despite the efforts Isofspreading to ment representntlves, ment of a like sum would be apportionother cities of western Canada. The ed among Hungary. Iloumanla, Poland nnd authorities declare the agitators are nnd Italy. The countries that formerly trying to overthrow the dominion provincial governments nnd to estabformed parts of the s empire have agreed to share In lish bolshevlsm. This the strlke.lead-erdeny, but their course lends credithe pnyment of Indemnity, not ns enbility to the accusation. Ostensibly emies of the nllles. but In recognition workers of their liberation. They also will re- the strike Is to enforce the bartheir shnre of demnnd for the right of collective "one deem proportionately gaining, but the plan to form the n the Austrlnn paper currency In V Itnly big union," fostered by the I. W.trouwithin their boundaries. Is apparently at the bottom of the acquisition Is Included because of her of the Trentlno, Trieste and other ter- ble. ritory thnt was Austrian. Lieutenant Commander Head and It was announced In Paris thnt the Adriatic muddle hnd been cleared up his crew of the American navy plane NC-- 4 completed their great achievent last. Flume Is to be an Independent city and Italy Is to get Sebenlco ment of crossing the Atlantic by by Hying from the Autre to Lisnnd Znra, together with soverlgnty bon. Portugal. The last leg of the over certain strategic Islands. lllght wns without special Incident. The bold nvlntors were reIs frequently News from Kulla and givnnd often confusing, but the ceived In Lisbon with plaudits decorations. latest advices from thnt wretched en Unwker nnd 'Grieve, given up for country show that Admiral Kolchak dead, were picked up In Is unremittingly driving the bolshevik n small steamer which took them forces Inward. Some dnys ngo ho wns by we're attacking Orenburg, nn Important rail- to Great Hrltnln. There they they undoubta bolshevik strong-bol- welcomed ns tho heroes way Junction and edly are. though their attempt failed. In southeastern Itussln. Disregrettable that patches from Omsk told of n revolt It was himself to be a Hawker should poor sport by show against the soviet rule in the Ukraine, belittling and sneering at the feat ot Trotzky's. forces thus being nttneked the Americans. from the renr. The Ksthonlnns con Czecho-SlavnklAustro-IIungn-rln- n clrcu-Intlonlr-pln- ne d ceeding merrily, nnd on Wednesday the Democratic nntlonnl cnmmltteo took n hnnd. It unanimously adopted resolutions demanding thnt the league covenant be ratified by the senate, which Is controlled by the Republicans, and then Its members Indicated thnt the rejection of the covenant would not lie unwelcome to them, It would force the political Issue. Heed of .Missouri delivered In the sennte a fierce denunciation of the league. In the course of which he said the covenant meant the domination of the white races by the black, yellow and brown races, his appeal being chiefly to the southern nnd fnr western senntors. Senator Hoblnson of nlso n Democrat, replied to Reed nnd challenged trim to Join him In resigning nnd seeking ns a test of the sentiment of their states on the lengue question. Secretary Daniels, nppearlng the house committee on naval affairs, formally withdrew his recommendation for a second three-yea- r program of battleship building which, as he formerly snld, was designed to make the American nnvy the biggest In the world. Iist winter he told the congressmen thnt even with n lengue of nntlons the United Stntes should have a nnvy as large as Grent Hrltnln's. Now he says we must show our confidence In the efficacy of the league by at least postponing nny plans for such n naval Increase. se he-fo- re two-third- asked : "Hart, do you know when our first fathers turned out of the trail of the beast und fouud tho long roud of humanity? I thtuk it was when they discovered the compass In their hearts." So now at last we havo come to that high and lonely place, where wo may turous way wo havo traveled with the aid of tho cundle and the compass. Now let us stop a moment to rest and to think. How sweet tho air Is hero I The night Is fulling. I seo tho stars In the sky. Just below me Is the valley of Eternal silence. You will understand my haste now, I have sought only to do Justice to my frleud and to give my country u name, long neglected, but equal In glory to those of Washington and Lincoln. look back upon tho toilsome, adven- old-tim- e lo.tiia.sk7 of thWufaingloa society Come, IcT us tako one last look tor gether down the road wo havo traveled, now dim In the evening shnd-owScattered along It are tho little houses of tho poor of which I hnvo written. Seo tho lights In tho windowsthe lights that aro 'shining Into the souls of tho young tho eager, open, expectant, welcoming souls of the young und the light carries many things, but best of all a respect for the old, unchanging way of tho compass. After all that Is tho end and aim of the whole matter believe me. My life has lengthened Into theso days when most of our tasks nre acWe try to complished by machinery. mako men by tho thousand, In vast educational machines, and no longer by tho one ns of old. It was the lovforbearing, patient, ing, forgiving, ceaseless toll of mother and father on the tender soul of childhood which quickened that Inextinguishable sense of responsibility to God and man In these people whom I now leave to tho Judgment of my countrymen. I have lived to see the ancient plan comof kingcraft, for ing back Into the world. It demands that the will and conscience of every Individual shall be regulated and controlled by some conceited prince, backed by an army. It cannot fall, I foresee, to occompllsh.jiuch devasta s. GIVE RELIEF tion fn the human spTrIT S3 shall" Im- BRIGHT COLORS peril the dearest possession of man. If ono Is to follow the compass ho Simple Method by Which Desk Workers May Avoid Incalculable can have but one king his God. Injury to the Eyes. (Continued next wcok.) Tho constunt use of tho eyes on white paper will In time weaken them nnd muko It necessary to seek other Artificial Pearls. employment, or resort to somo remedy. B&senco d'Orient, from which Bookkeepers, proofreaders nnd those pearls nre made, Is produced from nt a scales of the ablet, or compelled to guze for hours should the brilliant n green back stretch on u white surfuce, blay, a small llsli with have a number of bright colors on und a whlto belly. About four thouor nenr nt hnnd upon sand are required to produce n pound their desk gaze be ullowed to of scales, which gives u quarter of a whichnt the short periods when tho mind rest pound of the essence. nrtl-flclal Polish Up Your Buttons. To restore tine peurl buttons to their former color und luster wash In warm water nnd soup suds, then dry und polish with u null buffer und a cuke of nail polish. Now thut It Is dllilcult to get the liner quality of buttons, this method Is .satisfactory the buttons look like new. Dire Day In Russian History. November UO Is the unnlversury of the defeut of Peter the Great In 1700 by Charles XII of Sweden. The Itus-slatroops had 40,000 monarch ttgulust the 8,000 of his opponent, but tho superior generalship of the Swede more than balanced the numerical superiority ot the czur. Is busy with some mental struggle. The bright colors will give u relief to the long, constunt strain on the eye, und It will be nstonlsblng to those who huvo never resorted to any such remedy to note the relief u Yellow Green should predominate. and red with shades of pink should be used. blotters nnd bright tinted mottoes or picture cards with birds nnd flowers us well ss scroll designs will produce the most relief to weary eyes. Kven a bouquet with green foliage combined with the flowers will give satisfactory results, but this Is not as permanent as brightly colored prints that will not fade for a, long time. Hrlght-colored Every Mountain Family Must Have A Mountain Newspaper Pago Four THE CITIZEN Juno 5. Win. Berea College Hospital Wards for Men nml for Women Rest Equipment and Service nt Lowest C"ot ccnuc rmaie Koomf, imwi, r.ic-irsun-rnrio- GO TO Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Nose and Ear GENERAL PRACTICE Is n Eva Walden's The Jntest styles nnd materials in dresses in voile, georgette, taffettns, crepe de chine from $4.75 to $25.00. The Banking Methods or srlfkHI JI L t- - 'I. am 4 I Today nrinciriles recognized and nnnlipH in the oDeration of ... ... . r n thn FnrWn Reserve system. You owe it to yourself to .. i - Come tn nml visit nn establishment, which nnd in reach of all the people. RonRHT friend in need, II. Cowley, M.O., IMivslclan Harlan Duiilcv, M 1)., I'hyslclan R.N., Superintendent Mrs.. Anna 1'owkll Hackktt, Mr. Hklrn Stkarn Siiarpe, K.N., Assistant are based upon the CHANGE IN RATES Ilcglnnlnp March t, the rates for hoard and room of private patients will he $15 to 18 per week. The rates for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same $1 p?r day. Hjr Order of Prudential Committee, llerea Collepe Waists in voiles, georgetts, nnd crepe de chines, in prices from $1.50 to $7.50. All sizes up to 46, White shirts, all sizes, from $2.00 up to $6.00. Silk poplins and taffetta shirts from $4.00 up to $8.50. Kimonas, hose, etc. BBBBBiaBBBBK JI transact your banning t ouhi- ! V LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A ness with a banic wnicn is member of this system. Hats Yes, you can find your hat to fit any face, in all the new colors and latest creations, in prices from 75c up to $10.00. Be sure to see our hats before you leave. Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoeing, fine iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen ad. Office. Alex Turpin and Arthur Crosby motored over from lied House Wed nesday night of last week to attend the Harmonia Concert. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Preston were made glad by a telegram from tlici son, Win, saying he had landed Berea National Bank MRS. EVA WALDEN Chestnut Street, Berea, Ky. PUBLIC SCH0L NOTES W. B. Walden Attorney. PRACTICES IN ALL COURTS Office in Berea National Bank Building Phone 49 Berea Kentucky L. & N. TIME 31 38.-1- TABLE Northbound .Train No. Train Train Train Train Train 2:50 No. No. 32 3:38 a. m. 0. m. 5:31 p. m. Sonthbuond No. 31 12:10 a. in. No. 3312:25 p. in. No. 37 1:10 p. m. C. Ballard is opening up a new cleaning and pressing shop about midway on Depot street. He will he operating soon, from all appearances. Maurice, Kenneth, and Myrna Canfleld underwent successful operations for tonsils and adenoids last week. Anthony Wondrack of Cincinnati is visiting his friends in Berea College. Mr. Wondrack was a sergeant in the S. A. T. C. here last fall. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hart gave a delightful dinner Tuesday night to Mr., and Mrs. H. F, Dizney and baby of Sweden. Ky. Miss Frances SeU lle and Miss Grace Dizney were there. Elaine Tibbetts of Mass., is visiting her and the Hcv. Howard Hudson fMiss Win-throp sister until after Commencement. Mrs. liny Davis and children of Illinois are spending several days at the home of her father, H. K. Richardson, on Depot street. Miss Iola Dunn of Lancaster is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hart on Dixie Highway. Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Van Winkle, Mrs. Walter Wyatt, and Mrs. Louie Van Winkle of Cincinnati arc Berea visitors. ' The picttiro siiow given Friday nifjht at 7:30 o'clock nt the College Clinpcl is given to stir tip interest for the children's playground. If you aro interested in your children or some child's welfare, come to this meeting and hear the plans. No admission charged. Mrs. Myrtle Corn of Pinovillo is visiting her mother, Mrs. Lcdford, on, Forest street. Mr. and Mrs. U. p. Allen wore Lexington visitors Friday of last week. The people who knock the bom'; town mot persistently are rarely the same ones (hat take the mot pains to keep their places orderly and attractive anil help the town make a good impression on visit ors. After the Commencement nisi take a much needed rest and vacation, forget your troubles, have the time of your life. "The whole family" can without costing a penny Go to the moving picture show Fri day night at 7:30 in the College Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Osborne are visiting in Berea during Commence ment week. Miss Louise Frye. a College grad nate of the class of '13, is here for the College alumni meeting. Mrs. Matlie Mullins of ML Vern on was a Berea visitor at the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Willirm J. Thomas, of Fairfax, South Dakota, spent from Friday until Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Hcbt. F. Spence. Miss May Harrison arrived Sat urday from Fairfax, South Dakota, to spend the summer vacation in Berea with her parents. Miw Ella lire Parker, who is graduating from the Colloge De partment, is being visited by her mother from Williamsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Barrel VanWinkle, Mrs. Walter Wyatt and litll.; daughter, all of Cincinnati, arrived last Thursday for a visit with relatives in town. Miss Bertha King, a graduate of the class of '13, is in Berea for the Alumni reunion. Miss Evans, a teacher of Stanton College at Stanton, Ky., has been spending several days with Miss Childs, the English teacher of the Vocational Department. Mr. and Mrs. Vergil Steenrodand children, of Dayton, O., aro in Berea for Commencement. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark ami little daughter, Margaret Louise, of Roanoke, Va, are visiting relatives in Berea during Commencement Miss May Todd, of the class of M9, is in town for Commencement week. Misses Mary and Florence Tatum aro at home for the summer after n successful year of teaching near Georgetown. H. L. Nowlin, Vocational class of '17, is spending Commencement week with his brother, Frank", in Berea! Mr. Nowlin is Associate Director of Boys' Work at Hie Central Y. M. C. A. in Cincinnati, and is also Assistant Scout Master of ono of the oldest and most active troops in the city. He expects to enter upon n three-ye- ar ""ourse of study in Y. M. C. A. work at Chicago this fall. Silll'l UOIII UIT tjL'.IJ. . WITH THE CHURCHES Union E. F. Dizney, Principal Church The A substantial interest is now be ing manifested among a group of for all public spirited people for some playground material. The College gives the, proceeds of a picture show at the Chapel Friday night for this purpose. Several other pledges are already assured. Keep the ball rolling. Ail School Garden Army mem bers apply to Mrs. Noble for scorn cards. All pupils with back work to make up please call 'Phone No. 105 for schedule. We are glad to note that all our teachers are attending Berea College Commencement this week. The Seventh and Eighth grades met and organized for a vacation program Saturday afternoon at 1:30 at the Public School building. Nancy Godby was elected President A and Lceta Derthick Secretary. straw vote of those present selected High Bridge as the place for our trip. By mistake of her teacher Ellen Best's name was not on the Honor Roll last week. CARD A. R. OF Sunday-scho- ol at 9:45. with classes Preaching service at 11 a.m. Christian Church Sunday school nt 9:15. The Pastor will preach at 11:00 a. in. All are cordially invited to attend. Baptist Church Prayor meeting Thursday evening At Belue's Richmond, Ky. , See Our Smart Virginia Dare Dresses Bischos and Princess Suits and Coats at 7:30. The B. Y. P. U. service at 0:15. We extend a hearty welcome to all to unite witli us in these Methodist Episcopal Church Church sorviccs 11:00 'a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Our Millinery will Close Out at Cost Come in and see our wearing apparel. We are sure the price, as well as the style, will be correct. mid-summ- Sunday school 9:S5 a. m. Epworth League Mooting C.15 p. m. Prayer meeting 7:30 p. m., Wednesday. We extend a hearty welcome to all to come and worship with us. THANKS SUNDAY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond METHODIST In behalf of Capt. James West G, Post and the Woman's Relief Corps, sincere thanks are hereby returned to all who cooperated with ti3 in making the observance of Memorial Day, May 30th. a pro This include nounced success. the College authorities, for the general arrangements which secured due respect for the occasion; the training schools, for their excel lent morning program; Dr. R. L. Telford, for his statesmanlike ad dress; some fifteen owners of auto mobile, for generously contribut ing the use of their machines to take participants to the cemetery; and various single individual?, for sympathetic help in different ways. Kentucky FIGURES Methodist Attendance, 05; Collection, $5.50; Bibles, 21. OCEAN'S LAW MOST STRICT Baptist Attendance, 130; Collection, 539; Among Flihes the Important Fact of LIU Semi to Be, "Eat or Bibles, 07. Be Union No report."' Christian 02; Collection, $1.75; Attendance, Ilihlos, 38. FREE PICTURE SHOW There will be a picture show Friday night at 7:30 o'clock at the College Chapel. This show is free te everybody. Bring all the family, MAIN STREET IMPROVEMENT if you want to oo llio bust show Main' street is being made more ol the season, and have n whole attractive by improvements on the evening's fun, for it will bo full of us '20 tlounders have been found luslde sidewalks, the trimming of tho wholesome fun. COMEI ono Hailing frog; unother contained (10 trees and cutting down of an un herrings. , attractive tree that stood in fron' Elicit flsh has Its special prey, of Fish's Millinery. nssemhle ,ln shouts und pursue NEW BUILDING FOR WEST END Attorney W. B. Walden has pur the cIohu formations of young cixl. Tlie Mcthinlisl Churoh proposes spend Si0.coo.ouo of Its Cunlunary Eaten." money on Hie Homo Fluid. Of this In the Dublin museum o stuffed film. SB. 13.(115 is to Ito devoted to angler flah, commonly known aa n flsle rural Mi'lhisliMn; SiNUSI t.150 to tho lug frog, may he seen, Its stoinnrh Mill lurp- nly problems; $2,588,075 to swollen by nn enormous cod which It tin. Xepro in tlli South; $1.3X3,000 nnd swallowed. In the stomuch of l the Negri, in the North; anil the the cod were found two larce herrings. In euch herrliiK were several sprats, remainder lo wnrkjatrinngr various l foreign populatlonstho while euch sprat. In turn, contained n spii-taof Christian leadership. number of tiny cniituceuiis, or Midi nrh. Tin' entire program is based In the milt news It Is ent or be enteu. upon the moil careful survey ovor The nulling frog, n flsh shaped like a marie upon religious conditions in glpintlc legless frog, and provided with tins country. u luminous bait which It 'dangles from a long feeler over Its wide mouth, has tho most prodigious appetite. As many WANTED 1" 1 - Carpenters, Boat Builders, Joiner, Cabinet Makers, Millwrights, Tinsmiths, Plumbers, PipellttcVs, and Painters, for work on high class yaohts and phonograph cabinets. They surround Uio cod. drive them to STRAY CATTLE chased the lot across from Chris the surfuce und devour them. Whit- Steady work. Our shops nro sanU Two Herford yearling steers ami man's furniture establishment. II" ing. Ill similar ftulilon, pursue nnd de- tary, light, and steam-heateone heifer strayed to my place last intends to build a two-stobrick vour the herring shoals, while hake TIIK MATTJIKWS COMPANY week. Owner can have same by on il in which will be his law of- - feed uku sardines. ad.-5port Clinton, Ohio. paying for this notice ami care. Mackerel will eut nny small tlsh. llce, Mrs. Walden's Millinery Store, They devour enormous quantities of Sam Lucas. and a residence up stairs. l'ul-luc- k d. ry 2, We Like To Wait4On Boys In that sentence is expressed the reason why we sell so many Boys' Shoes and Clothes. Some merchants claim the Boys' Department the most nerve racking and poorest paying part of the store. This is on account of the limited selections, and small attention given this department by such stores. BOYS' SPRING SUITS ARE READY Millinery Sale Mrs. Laura Jones' Store, Corner Chestnut & Parkway fry, being especially fond of young mackerels. The John Dory's favorite food Is sprats, while rays uro not particular; they will devour any nsh tliut come their wuy. F. L. MOORE'S Jno. r. Jewelry Store FOR Dean J. W. Harndoa DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Berea, Kentuoky First Class Repairing AND Berea, Kentucky Big full stock of pattern hats, street hats, maline hats and sport hats, all colors and styles, bought the last eight weeks especially for the sale. Our store burned early in the seaspn. We have rebuilt, and bought our entire stock since. So you have the advantage of the latest styles in this sale at lowest prices good hats ever sold in Berea. Come in, see our Netv Store and our New Hats. We appreciate your trade we sure do ! mid-summ- Wo aro still in tho Ileal Kstato business.- - It is Into to sell Fine farms to be delivered this season, hut wo have constant inquiry from MAIN ST. parties wanting to como to Berea this fall. Now is tho time to your property if you want to sell it. Como and list it with us, If wo don't Line of Jewelry BEREA, KY. lit J: M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Bereft, Kentucky MRS. LAURA JONES it it don't cost vou tinvtlitnir. Sco Mr. Dean at tho bank when you aro In town, or catch Ilerndon as ho moves around. Wo still have snno cheap town property to offer. llespectfully, Kelt DEAN HEKNDON, i or OncDrop Wemf VUilXiiJ Id the drinking wttcr corn A DCC and Drcvimta wMtu u&lrXZiC atourben Poultry A Urn drop Dealers in Real Estate, Btm, Ky. Soli by diarrhoea. eholra and other chick dUcaita, Ona tOc. bottla rnakra IS aitlom of mad'eina. I'lnt UtUa, (me S1.2U, malt Si nations. At ur-li- ta, cr lwitcaid. Bourbon Rtmad Co.. L'n(ton, Kv. Porter-Moors f Bra Os. Juno 5, HMO. TUB CITIZEN J'ago Fivt GRIEVE BOONE TAVERN "The most home-iie RULERS TO BE DRAWN FROM CIVIL LIFE ANQELES SAID TO DESIRE RE ' PUBLIC HEADED BY CIVILIANS. IF REVOLUTION SUCCEEDS. COMMANDER 'DRIVER KILLED 500-Mil- e IN AUTO RACE and attractive hotel In Kentucky." iThurman Loies Life When Car Turns Event at In. Turtle In Mechanician Hurt. Indianapolis. IntU TIkhiiiiui. drlvlnc a tva. killed nnd his In hired when rinle t!n on the e nntl the wnre hoifso belonging lo tho Kentucky Mine Supply Company, wore morn or lens damaged, llio laundry only lining n coniplotn loss. The (olal loss was eslimalcd nt SI B;rcn College MnnaRcment. .Tune 2. First Clnss, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On ihc Dixie Highway Arthcr ,erl-ofisly The Citizen A family Newspsper 1'ubllshtal THEY MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE (or all that it right true, and interesting rjr TTiurxUr at Ilfrra, Kf. CO. BEREA PUBLISHING (Incorpotaisdl WM. C. FROST, CMor-ln-Cli- Subscription Itatra I'AYAIIl.K IN ADVANCE Ona Hlx Months Yar Thira Months rent lamp. II. Ml H to or Kiprrss Money 8tnd money by !'t-ofn- ri Order. Draft. Itrgliterrd letter, or one and two The date after your name on label shows to what data your luWrtptUm fa raid. If It Is not chanced within three weeki after renewal notify ua. Mlsslnt numbers will I (ladly supllnl If wa T notified. Liberal terma dren to any who obtain new subscriptions for ua. Any one vending ua four yearly subscriptions ran rerelre The Cltlien free far on rear. Advertising rates on application. TARVIA rOU MADISON PIKES J Application nf the tarvia truat-iiii'i- il lo the llrt uf Madison counties pikes (if (lit; seven that will lie innilo next weuK receive if good weather continues, County lloail Engineer J. G. Maxtor nnnounc-ei- l. The road tar is said lo slick to ami nutoinohijos other vehicles "closer Ihaii a hrother." ami Judge Ilaxler tuiggesls that it would lie well for all who possibly can lo avoid use of the pike being treated for at lent 2 hours after th treatnieiil is applied. it.-w- lll The total iiumhur of Kontuckiatu who made the "supreme sacrillcc" was 2,720. The following counties conlriliUted the lives of the. indi- Western NewspHpr I'nlon Newt Service WiifhliiKlon. Kellpe Angeles, who Is cated ntunlim of men to the cause lending the revolution In Northern of Civilization: to establish a Madison !...... 35 Mexico, proposes would lie drown repub-ll- e from whoe rulers 12 llookcastlo civil life. 'Ilils wo.ild ellinliinle him 3 Owsley Ills pro-V- I ttiniliiliitt' He a 15 Kstill n in, us It has been receUed at the 18 Garrard of the rni lal, follows: Kllni.im; on dlshuml-ln- , 15 nguhir iirmy in Mexico, the Jackson i of the I'Vilenil army ami the 1U llreathitt of Its forces, Mllilary' 17 Clark , men to he Ineligible fo he President, 18 Clay nil candldales to prcxent ipiiillllritllons Knott t f0 other than those of a Mild.cr. 10 Knox of cordial relations with the 21 Laurel t'tilted States on the has!s of "mutual 11 the protection of foreign Leslie ......... Interests which help In the develop17 l.etchor ment of .Mexico, ami iimlnleiiiii'ce of 20 Lincoln Angeles ortler. reference to "vain .Mngollln 9 ulliuncex" may apply to the alleged -18 . I'orry Cermiin-Mexltnalliiuice, mentioned 7 Powell frequently while the war was In 31 Pulask ami then the reported puct with Argentine. was 10 While Washington Wolfe without reMirts of the military moves of Angeles, the Mexican situation took u turn for the worse upon the receipt Valuable Tree. A wonderful tree, known as the shea, of news that foreigners had begun to Is hecltinltii: to attract commrrcinl at- leave Mexico City. The departure of tention In western Africa. It supplies i aliens from the Mexican capital In the the native not only with ntits, which past five years hits heen the signal for they highly prize, lint with n hutter extensive troulile, itml their removal that may become an article of commer- at this time nut) am.nr events that will Justify the expectations In tllplo-- 1 cial Importance. It Is alrendy exported to Kurope, where makers of arti- Hint It- quarters tl.at "the lid will " ficial butter Moil iim for It. KmIiiIi-llshmenu pro-yrcK- Exclusion of Soldier It Plan Felipe Angeles, Who it Leading the Revolution In Northern Mexico, Propose! to Establish a Republic io V Horida Grow JA CKSON andEevctorCa. VI L LE FLA. ASrAL I 3LAIC. SHINGLES X SKI T! 1ST ConQreoational Church wa. fllCWTON, beauty, safety ancf. economy on a kinds ofsteep roofJbu'cfinys la II X k School Bufdinq ill Avsrtwc Robert Fuerst IV. Cincinnati, an JfK CAflTMAaC.OHIO, is a good reason why these Shingles are extremely popular all the United States, as well as in our own community, and why they are found on churches, schoolhouses, residences, clubs, apartments and all sorts of less expensive buildings. It is because they are not merely beaunot merely tiful, not merely enduring but all of these things put together. They require no painting. They do not rot. They do not dry out and split or curl. Wind cannot loosen them, heat and cold does not affect them, rust cannot reach the nail heads and, finally, they are spark-proo- f. The base is a special wool felt thoroughly saturated and waterproofed with asphalt and coated with tempered asphalt compound. This surface is finished with crushed slate in the natural colors, red or green. Asfaltslate Shingles save painting, repairs and replacements, and reduce insurance premiums. Consult us about your roofing requirements, get an artistic roof, and save money. Carey Building Materials fire-resisting, Formal application hns heen mado by the Scott county commissioners, through Iload Engineer George Sa-bTAKE BOOZE SENT OFFICIAL for $25,000 federal aid toward Ihc recontruclion of the Dixie Denver Poll:e Confiscate Five Barrels Highway in Scott counly. Added Commander Mackenzie Orleve, naviof Whisky Consigned to Former to $10,000 slate aid and $05,000 adIn which gator of the Sopwlth plane Wyoming. Treasurer-ohe nnd Harry Hawker tried vainly to ditional taxes recently voted upon cross the Atlantic. Denver. June 2. Plve barrels, con- by Ihc taxpayers of Scolt county, taining 250 gallons of whisky, consign- there will be nvailable for the ed, nccordlng to Inbels, to "Charles J. of the roads something over Cheyenne, Wyo.," anil Wall, MAY END BIG STRIKE several box 077. containing liquors con- 8100,000. cartons Work will lie begun shortly and signed to II. M. Gates at the same address, tonlplit, were confiscated hy the it is planned will be completed by Arbitration Conferences Begin at police In n raid on n Capitol hill resi- (he latter part of the year. It is (he dence. Wall Is head of the Colorado intention of'lho county commission-re- s Winnipeg, Man. dates, former state constnhulnry. to reconstruct about fifty miles stnte treasurer of Wyoming and of (he road and oil and screen the wealthy oil man. recently purchased Police Accept Mediation Offer City the residence and the first shipment of Dixie Highway and (he Frankfort Hat EJeen Tied Up by General furniture was removed to Denver from anil Paris pikes. Work on. the less Walkout Since May 15. Wnll Is used roads will he done as needed. Chevrnne by motor truck. slated to become commissioner nf safeWinnipeg, Man., Jun 2. With UNITED STATES NEWS ty and head of the Denver police (Continued from Pigs One) conferences actually under force when Dewey C. Mnlley becomes wuy on the haslc Industrial dispute mayor Monday. creed to help the United States, and of the general strike the walkout of after bis thrilling career in France the metal trades and hundreds of told his simple neighbors (bat be In sympathetic walkouts re- TO TEST MISSOURI DRY LAW workers was going to live the rest of his turning, Uie gradual settlement of the general tleup here, which has been al- St. Louis Arsccfation Circulates Peti- days in his mountain home. He was welcomed back into tho flock hy the tions for Referendum on Prohibimost complete since Muy 15, Is bepastor, who declared he had not tion Amendment. lieved to he near. violated his creed because he fol The members of the city police force St. Louis, June 2. The Tenth Ward lowed the dictates of his heart nt a crowded meeting In the courtroom, decided to accept the mediation Improvement association, which Is clr when he left his home (o kill foes offer of the rail service organization", minting petitions for n referendum on el America. nnd the members of the railway broth- the nntlonal prohibition amendment. erhoods met the h1Ico commission alsi'( will conduct n referendum on the WORLD NEWS The meeting was consequent upon the hone dry law recently passed In (ConUnued From Fas One-Arthur Soehr, president of the In (miIIcc commission action of the and she is meeting the problem postMinlng the coming Into effect of assoch.tlon, announced fairly. It is such an attitude on the the ultimatum. part of England that has made her KENTUCKY NEWS Kdmouton dispatches Indicated re(Continued From Fags Oat) sumption of public service functions so much respected by the countries Is now complete there, although strike were kept away from tho flocka that are only partly civilized and hcndiuar!ers asserted workers In 32 oer a million dollars would bo not able to establish government of trades were 'still out. saved which arc annually lost on their own. Votes on n general strike now being eggs. tnken at Vancouver nnd Victoria. In The authorities in Washington I IlrltUh Columbia, will be completed In a proclamaiion issued May 30 arc soon to give out the rccipts of and announced within a few days. Iteports from the mining districts by Governor James D. Mlack calls German dyes which they havo in In Ontario and UrltWi Columbln said upon the cilizenry of the S(a(e to their possession. .Many such wero that the labor situation at Cobalt and observe June 8 .to II as Hoy Scout taken when alien property wan Penile was acute, although not direct- Week which will be celebrated seized, and liny are in possession ly related lo the Winnipeg strike situ- throughout the Nation for the pur- of (he custodian of alien property. ation, as are the general strikes under pose of encouraging 'and strength- II is the belief of many that the wny or under discussion nt other ening the. work of the Boy Scouts united siatos win never again ne points. dependent on Germany for dyes Although the first outward demon-tratlo- n ir. America. occurred In and other chemical products as she of disaffection The General Education Board has has been in Ih.i past. Winnipeg FrldnyTTn n parade of nnd strikers to the parliament set aside $3,350 for training schools building, no disorders occurred. The for Negroes in Kentucky for the The election in Mexico has taken veterans promised to return ngaln to fiscal year beginning. July 1. The place and has heen made an occalnlst again on speedy action to le- establishment of two more Negro sion for the union of all the revogalize collective bargaining. Ottawa, June 2. In a statement de- training schools, one in Hopkins lutionary parties lor the election of Carranza jias fining the nttltude of the Canadian county and the other at some loca- General Angele. government toward strikes In progress tion in tho eastern part of the Sjtatc, heen warned several times of such In the Dominion. Sir Itobert Ilorden, is contemplated. a possibility Lut has not thought "prime minister, declared that, "despite it serious. Tho full import of the difficulties; In a few unfortunate labor Harlan was visited by a disastrous election has not yet been reported cities," public utilities are being main- fire shortly 10 00 o'clock Tuesin this coun'-- v hut troops havo tained and. except for a brief period day night. after The Ifarlan Sleani heen ordered lo Hip border in In one city, the public has suffered no Bottling; of possible trouble. Smith the There have Laundry, serious Inconvenience. Works, the Harlan Water Company been no .riots, the statement added. Toronto. May 31. Scarcely a ripple the first day of of excitement-marke- d tho sympathetic strike called here to aid metal workers, who are demandI el, f tip-ke- ep Mis-our- l. ' I vet-tra- Thurman Special. mechanician his car made it lap of International event, the off the track and turning turtle In the nft sand. The accident took place when Thurman attempted to tank" the north tarn of the track, lie lot control of the machine, wh'ch .' !d'l( d n three complete circle, peril - ' t'iv ''lis drivers, hef ore It plnnc-etliroui:h the ralllnc. hearing the pilot ilenth. The cause of the accident recAll perv'oll was not learned. ords for the first 100 miles were smash-- 1 etl hy He I'almn. who Hashed past the lildite's strml with an nverape for the distance of 1)2.70 miles an hour. forty-fourth run-ninnd UK). The Insurance covers over half of (he loss. Frankfort of an may become tho homo airplane plant for Oullirio Clark hnsi announced his Intentions of starting work Immediately on building his llrst airplane. Afler he completes his llrst airplane Clark e.xpecfs lo begin tho manufacture of flying machines on a large scnle. This, is not Clark's llrst effort lo build n plane, for sometime ago he alarled work on one in Akron, O, but sold the1 machine before i( was completed. week, higher wages and ing n Improved working conditions. VON TIRPITZ "STRAP-HANG- Beard and Prerogatives of Former Chief of Germany Trimmed. Ilerlln. June 2. Tie familiar flowing beard of Admiral Tirpltz has been reduced to closely cropped chin deco" of the admiralty may lie seen In Merlin trams. The commenting on the admiral's present mode of travel, recalls that Just a year ago he aroused the wrath of Sunday excursionists hy reserving a train compartment to himself, while women nnd children wero forced to stnnd, and adds that "democracy not only has trnmncd his prerogatives hut his beard as well." "strait-hanging- ration, and the haughty former chlOf s, Roofing Paints Fibre Coating for Roofs Roofs Asbestos Bullt-U- p Flbcrock Asbestos Felts Insulating I'apcrs Fclter Asphalt Felts Roofs Asphalt Bullt-U- p Asbestos Materials Elastltc Exnanslon Joint Rubber Roofings Asfaltslate Shingles Manco Asphalt g Comp'ds Carey Flexible Cement Roofing Wallboard 85 Magnesia Pipe and Boiler Coverings Damp-Proofin- WOMAN ADMITS TAXI KILLING Mrs. Lela Grltzell Declares She Shot Escort to Protect Herself, the Police Say. Mrs. Lela of this city, who was nrrestrd on n charge of murdering Milton O. Donovan, tnxfcab owner, near London, O., has made n full confession of tho crime, according to detectives. Mrs. Orlzzell Is said to have declared she killed Donavan In his machine to protect herself und that she carried a revolver with which she shot Donavan because he bad attempted to nttuck ber before. O, 2. Columbus, June drlzzell, aged twenty-three- , Like real liquid sunlight is Hanna's Green Seal Paint in the way it banishes darkness, dirt and and brightens every surface it comes in contact with. It makes homes look cleaner and more attractive, it preserves them from decay, and when one home in the neighborhood is "Green Seal-ed- " all those surrounding it are certain to catch the same spirit of "Clean Up and Paint Up." din-gines- s, STEPHENS & MUNCY Mill Yards near L. & N. Depot BEREA KENTUCKY Formula oa Every Package C. B. ARNETT & SON Berea, Kentucky Pago Six THE CITIZEN I Juno 5, 1010. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. FOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, money-earnin- HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Djzncy, Drlector of Home Science EASY TO GET SUPPERS F.vory housekeeper, who Is worthy tho name, plans to do somo useful thing wllli her afternoons. Sho should consider an hour's PNt a part of the day's program. Sho may have a call she wants lo make, a meeting (o iil'ond, a hit of oilm sewing lo be don. Frr these ant many other reioin it is usually more dilllcult Id plan n worthwhile supper. I'laiitiitiKT nhea.l is Ihe only (him? dial will ever giv.? I he busy housefcre-iea free afternoon without Aonypw over i.hnl she shall havo Mr supper. It ij al ways possible, i! planned abea.', l get a part or ait rf the supper while, gelling breakfast and dinner. Below are suggested upp tr recipes hat aro Mino saving anil economical. Potato Puroa Four largo polai.io; pro! acdlel cook while prj.tatntc lionklast. Seo tint they arj well covered wilh water. Wh'i. ha.f dims dr.ii-- i ofl Ibis first water, u is ttiona and indigestible, nnd ovjr with N'!i, 'cold water. Return the notalnas In the stove and lot cook while eating break.'.i't, l if need he Thoro n'Bt be no hard centers. Masti will, (hiding si! I lo taste, nnd a tablespoonful of finely cut parsley. Pour in a cup of boiling water and 'ttr thoroughly. Sland asid.i "ill neod.l. Five niin-ulbefore supper sland Ihe pofn-l- o puree over the gas (or it may have been heaU'd on tho fiat top of Ihe sitting room stove), add a walnut of butler and two cups of rich milk. Bring lo a boil and serve nl once. (Stir often; do not allow to hurn.i With the potato puree (add more milk and you will have a nice porridge), serve plain broad and biilier, nnd slim slices of good cheese. French Toast Beat together ono egg. one cup of milk, seasoning of salt. Have a lahlespoonriil of drippings hot in the bottom of a wide frying pan Dip dry broad in the bealon transfer at onee to the frying pan. fry till brown, turn nnd brown again; serve at once. Sol on the table a gloss of Jelly, the syrup pitcher, anil a bowl of canned fruit. F.aoh member of the family is sure to lie satisfied; (hure will be something to suit his lasle. Meat Pie While breakfast is cooking put into a basin 'a layer of cold, boiled potatoes, a layer of some cold, cooked vegetable (carrots arc especially nicei, a small onion, sliced thin, and a seasoning of salt and pepper. Cover with moat slock, gravy (binned willi hot wa-lmay bo substituted, or n small can of lomalo soup, thinned with boiling water, may be used; add n te&oup of any kind of cold moat, cut into bits. Just before supper lime set this basin of prepared ingredients over the old stove (gas, or silting room stove, and bring to a boi.l Thicken with r moro likely lo induce a great COWPEAS AND SOY BEANS "Can I afford lo nay J5 mid $tt growlb of foliage. On (he other hand the soil that is poor and uu for oowpens nnd soy beans?" This question lias been asked the fertile is good enough for peaches No specinl time is sot for plant County Agent many times in Ibo last two weeks. The answer to this quosllon lias been as follows: A farmer can af ford lo pay $0 per bushel for cow. peas and soy beans lo sow for bay or for grain. This looks like n big price but it will seed an acre lo cowpeas or soy beans broadcast or inoro in rows which means from one to two Ions of good bay for the cow this winter. It would bo a good idea to try an acre of each, and feed cowpeas lo one cow and at tho same timo soy beans to another and note the difference; also note Ihc difference in growth on different soils. By all means it pays to feed cowpeas and soy beans to cows, even at the cost of $0 per bushel, to say nothing of the returns in manure and crop rotation. GARDENING As a general thing tho garden is off until the very last thing in PEOPLE Berea's Vocational Schools g tug peach trees, hut in Kentucky If is considered best to plant them In the spring, as early as the soil can bo worked to advantage, and after the danger of hard freezes is pasl; for pencil buds and trees are easily killed by bard freezes and frost. (We know the result of frost in this section of the country. Many people want to know what the' best fertilizer is for a peach The only reply is thai orchard. there Is no "best" fertilizer for peach orchard. SET STEEL TRAPS FOR THE HAWKS power, combined wilh Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can pul you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid improvement 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For those who are not erpecting to teach and who are not going It also gives thru Collcgo and desire more general education. the best general education for tlioso who wish a good start lo study and expect to carry it on by themsolves. put All students do some work with their hands from six to sixteen hours a week as janitors or in tho farm, carponter shop, printing office, laundry, boarding hail, ofllce, etc., and receive pay which We went into the war to aid in reduces their expenses. young man or young woman can get an education Any making the world a belter place in which to live. Behind the victory at Berea if there is the will to do so. of arms, if the United Slates is fo appreciate her share of the fruit of victory, must be the determina tion to do those things which make June 6 to July 11, and July 11 to August 15 for prosperity and for happier and more contented people. Berea College has established a Summer School to meet a Homes, the very foundation of distinct and growing need in tho Southern Mountains. It gives the social structure; schools, the a program of courses for teachers of high schools and graded mold in which our citizenship is schools, returning soldiers and sailors, students who wish to oast; roads, the arteries of com get college entrance credits or credits toward collcgo degrees, merce; churches, springs of spirit and others seeking general information. The work, is adapted ual inspiration! These we need in to those who can come for live weeks, or ten weeks. Thcro will increasing numbers throughout the bo a special week for ministers and religious leaders, and land if America is to be made another week for farmers. heller place in which to live. ies. SPECIAL FEATURES War interrupted our construc Breaded Tomatoes , A number of scientific and popular lectures, musical events, tion work in these lines. The One can of tomatoes, one oup and motion picture entertainments will bo given free of charge. coiinfry needs almost a million boiling wnlor, ono teaspoonful sail, There will also be excursions to nearby points of historical and homes right NOW. it needs hun sprinkle of pepper, scant sprinkle scenic interest. All the resources of the entire institution will dreds of schools. There are not of sugar, soda tho size of a pea; bo at the disposal of tho Summer School. erough good roads or churches brim; to a boil nnd put through a To resume work in these line EXPENSES puree sieve. Reheat at suppor immediately means convincing eviFive Weeks Ton Weeks timo. and add rrumbeil dry bread PEACHES. dence of your faitli in, the country's COO (10.00 Incidental Feo till the tomatoes aro thick enough futuro; it means stimulation for all 10.00 20.00 Table Board, women to stand alone. Dish Into a big By Goldie Martin, Agricultural Club lines of business; and, of profound 5.00 Room Rent 2.50 bowl ami servo wilh a generous Member, Scaffold Cane School importance right at this lime, il amount of rye broad and the best (35.00 $18.50 Totals means a demand for labor em of buttnr. Or peanut sandwiche.s It is best to plant the peach tree ployment for the returned soldier go nicely with this dish. cn sandy soil or somo of tho lighter -1- IUI1.D NOW. 11.25 2250 'Men Pay for Board For dossi.rt, bananas aro quito types. There arc excellent results No rebates are allowed to student! who withdraw before the close or trie U. S. Dept. of Labor, satisfactory. following the planting of orchards period for which payment lias been made. W. B. Wilson, Secretary on such soils. It is truo that A deposit of four dollars (Si.00) is required of all students A blank form, which can now be . Wlulo most of tho country young peaches do well on a wide range of upon entrance. This is refunded when the student leaves, prosupplied by tho Army Recruiting I people will have niitomoblles be soil types, including moderately MORE STORAGE FACILITIES vided library books, keys, etc., aro returned in good order. Olllco in Lexington, or elsewhere, is fore long, those who went ,lo Iho heavy clay loams and clay. But necessary in making application for big cities lo get rich nre thready, going to havo Tho United States is whatever tho type of soil, it must Special Fees the balance of travel pay. This finding it dilllcult to. pay street car bo thoroughly drained to be suit- tho biggest wheat crop on record Ton Weeks blank, properly filled out nnd ac- faros. (5.00 Business Courses able for peaches. They will not Probably about tho timo tho wheat 2.50 . Cabinet Organ, two 20 minute lessons per week companied by a truo copy of the succeed on poorly di'ained soils. gets carted down to tho railroad Voiee, Piano, or Violin, two 20 minute lessons per discharge of the soldier, certified stations, some ono will wake up to A soil that is rich in nitrogen is 7.50 week by a recruiting officer, must bo for the fact thai storage facilities are Artistic Shop Slflni. Uso of Piano, ono hour per day 2.50 warded to tho Zono Financo Officer, Between Cuzco nnd Mnchu I'lecliu, In Uso of Organ, ono hour per day .75 CINCINNATI MARKETS. woefully Inadequate. But it will 0 Peru, nro ctualnt Klgns Indicating what Uso of Music Library I.emon Building, Washington. bo too late to build them then. Some 3.00 Class Work in Harmony Is sold In the Inillnn huts. A ismnll Hay and Grain. of the crop may be lost because it hunch of wheat on the end of n pole InTWO SPOTS Corn No. 2 white Sl.SStTl.So, No. .V can't bo put under covor. n native corn beer for Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they art S'omc people think it doesn't cost dicates chlcha yellow 51.85 white $l.gl!g?l.SI, No. The crops of tho United States aro tilde within. A green wreath menus above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi 01.8(1, No. '' yellow $1.85 l.St), No. 2 rapidly increasing,' much lo keep a dog, as it is up to brond for snle, while a piece of white and storage fa signed mixed $l.S2fri.84, No. i mixed 51.70 by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabll Hie farmers to keep them fed up on cloth lndlcntcs nguiirdlente, n power- 1.81, white ear 51.S01.U1, yellow ear eilitios must keep pace. If a lot of or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. million. ful white ruin. the money that is being put int j teacher $1.00jl.S)J. mixed ear 51.SO01.O1. For information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary, Sound Hay Timothy per ton $.'()? speculative investments and dubl LIMERICK UNDER MARTIAL LAW 42, and clover mixed $:17.5I0 10.50, ous mining and oil stocks, could bo MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. clover ?2731.50. usod in building up the equipment Oats No. 2 white 72,47:to. stand- - for handling farm products, a lot of Fall Term Begins September 17. nrd 72T72?4c, No. 3 white 7H44T72C, people would keep savings that aro No. 2 mixed 71071 Vic, No. a mixed 70 now lost and thoro would bo less 70V4C L AMERICAN tic over our "peculiar" racial probcomplaint of food scarcity. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. , ERATION ATTRACTS EUROPEAN lems: but seen in proper perspecButter Whole milk creamery extras j tive ATTENTION it looks to thoughtful folks 00c, centralized creamery extras 5St&c( IGNORING THE FARMERS firsts 54 He Washington, D. C Dr. Thomas abroad as though wo aro beginning to find "a way out" for the racial Kggs Prime llrsts 30c, firsts 3Sc, A practical farmer appeared as n Jc8so Jones, Bureau of Education problems of tho world. !lSo. ordlnury firsts v spooilist in the education of racial speaker on tho program of tho nt Live Poultry Broilers, under 2 lbs, meeting of tho United State--i groups, has recently returned from 60; fowls, 5 lbs and over, XW; do, un- Cliambor of Commerce at St. LoUU. France, wlfero bo studied tho needs BACK TRAVEL PAY IS TO BE, der 5 lbs, 33c; do roosters, 18c. Tlio nowspapors speak of this as an of our soldiers of F.uropcan and of i PAID TO SOLDIERS Live Stock. unusual happening. And yet farm- African descent. While in Paris Cattlo Shippers $H01. good to ing Is tho oountry's biggest indus- Dr. Jones was invited by the Brit-- 1 Discharged soldiers aro again n choice butcher xteers $13..V)Q,14, try. But conventions of big busi- l&h government to Join Iho English i "in Irtck," for tho Government has to fair 5SJ12, heifers, extra $13 u ness men aro hold over and over Commission appointed to study the decided to rolmburso all soldiers 013.50, good to choice 512013, to fuir 57011.50, cows, ultra $11 again with no representation what-e- educational needs of nativo races in certain travel pay which has ben 011.50. good to choice $8.50011, come duo them under a recent act India and South Africa. from tho farming Interest. to fair $008, canners $500, stackIn educating tho Negro the work of Congress. On November 11, 1918, It would not seem that any geners and feeders $8013. was signed, Calves Kxtra $15010, fair to kooJ eral business convention was ablo has spread so quietly that few here when tho armlstico to gel all points of view until tho at homo aro aware of its ox tent and travel pay of 3Vi conls a milo was $12015, common and larce $7011. Bogs heavy Selected shippers great staple business of agriculture igniflcan'ce; but in Europe it is granted to soldiers discharged from $20.50, good to choice packers and was represented on Its executive regarded as ono of the most imprcs- - tho service. Siuco then, tho travel butchers $20.50. medium $20020.50, slaff und Its program of speakers. sivo and hopeful facta revealed by allowance has been increased to five tags $10013.50, common to choice For some time the Irish city of Limerick wus under nmrtlul luw, the, world-surve- y of tho relations bo- - cunts a mile, and as a consequence, troops in full control. Tho picture shows a soldier stopping and questioning btovjr fat hows $13010, light shippers Business without recognition of thousands of soldiers to .the passerH-by- . $18.500 10.25, pies (110 lbs and loa) agriculture is Hamlet with Ilamlot twecn the litfht and dark races. thoro are 13018. Somo aro inclined to be pessimis whom a balance of IM cents per loft out. po-lalo able-bodied moat-potatliar-rowed the spring. Then after the corn oals, and all the other crops are planted tho garden is plowed. A garden should not be put off, because it supplies most of the winter's food. Think of the vegetables wo dry and can for tho winter. There arc tho beans; we can them, dry them for soup and in the hull. Wo can use tomatoes in most any kind of soup. Wo always can enough tomatoes to do us through the winter. Tho fresh, ripe toma-io- cs are a valuable article. Potatoes can bo cooked in one hundred and seventy different ways. On the farm most o' the dinners and suppers are mado of vegetables. A garden should be well plowed. It should be plowed deep, and so as to get all clods out. The vegetables should be planted in groups. Little plants should be planted together and larger ones together. We boys and girls at Scaffold Cano aro very much intcresteed in the "Home Gardens." We aro going to help pay our war debt. A garden should bo large enough so as lo havo many different kinds of vegetables in it. In our "Home Gardens" we don't grow just one thing, but as many kinds of vegetables as wo can. Most anywhere you can see a "Home Garden" at Scaffold Cane, and a "Homo Garden" sign. So look for the "Home Garden" signs as you go through. Minta H. McQueen. Agricultural Club Member, Scaffold Cano Rural School. Shooting them is good when it i possible, but they are always very alert ami il is usually no light task lo get one in this manner. My best and surest way is to lake a dead fowl, fasten il securely lo the ground mil in the field where I have see the hawk make bis circle, or be neath the old Iree where I hav seen him alight. The carcass should he arranged to look as natural and life-lias possible. Around this bail conceal from four to six good steel traps and fasten them safely to a stake. Now, if our bird conies around the chances are he will be tempted and become our victim. John T. While In Southern Agriculturist. ke 4th Door , Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for tlioso who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young pcoplo can toach through tho summer and fall and attend sehool through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in thoir courses of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course road to College 'ntr best training In Mathematics, This is tho straight Science, Languages, History and ail preparatory subjects. The Academy lb now Berea's largest department 6th Door A Berea College war conditions. For same in Berea, but the llnds itself now makes as we have in the past es This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Temporary Raise in Board is forced by years the board has remained tho e unusual situation in which the whole country it impossible for us to live on the samo money twenty-fiv- CHURCHES SCHOOLSl "HOMES, AND ROADS, MAKE AMERICA A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE" Mountain Summer School a level lahlespoonfiil of Hour, stirred up In n little cold wnlnr. Havo ronily n crust mado as follows: One scant cup Hour, one-ha- lf sail, ono teaspoonful baking powder; stir stiir with milk dory slilT), but do not roll out. Drop, by the tablespoonful, over tho bnsin of hot material. Sol nl once In Iho oil stovo ovon lo bake, about fifteen or twenty minutes. Just till the crust is brown. (If ono does not have gas, nn oil slove is n great help, no need to waste timo nnd fuel over a kitchen range when emergency meals aro prepared.) . . . If one has a kitchen alarm clock, set il lo strike in fifteen mln-uln- s, go on wilh other work; when Ibo alarm sounds a warning, look at tho moat pie. It Is very likely done; serve at once. Celery goes nicely with this as do also tiny pickles. Dumplings Early in the morning put about flfleen cents worth of "slew" meal, href, the cheaper cuts, cut into two-inc- h strips, iubi a large kettle. Cover with hot water, bring to a boll, skim, nnd then simmer for several hours. This will cook ileilclously tender with no thought nt all; bo sure iho firo is low nnd that the meal is well covered with water, then attend to tho other work. An hour before supper reheat the slew meat, if the firo has been turned out or the kettle sot lo one side; season well, add n hit of parsley, two small onions, and n quart of small potatoes, pooled and rolled in flour. Bring to a boil. Moantinio mnko dumplings n.s follows: One cup flour, one-ha- lf teaspoon ful salt, one teaspoonful of baking powder (no shorloning), stir very stiff. Ihey will not fall; ir they aro thin enough to run when droppetl upon Iho ment. ihey will. Drop by spoonful over the o' slew. Do ol prowd, dumplings must have ample room to expand. Cover ami cook for flfleen minutes without removing the cover. Dish on a hot platter and servo at onco. This nyikns a very eomplelo meal for a hungry family. It takes but a shorl time when meat and vegetable. nro prepared while breakfast is cooking. It is an advantage when tho simmering can sitting-roobe done nn a stove, hut it Is not dilllcult to rnannKo in tho kitchen. Servo as a dessert a big glass bowl of canned peaches wilh cookflnl-uippm ot fiat-topp- ed INTER-RACIA- CO-O- rc-oo- i com-iuo- com-iiio- or coin-iuo- June 5, 1011). UNlfORM TIIKCITIZKN INTtRI1ATI0N.il Pago ticvtfu IMPROVED sunmtsqiool " EV NATION'S DUTY TO ENGLISH TO 8E WORLD LANGUAGE Subject Arouses Considerable Discussion The Unchangeable Christ Dy REV. W. W. KETCHUM Lesson t'TZUATkll Chi-ag- HER FIGHTING MEN Return Them to Su'tablc Employment After Their Discharge From Service. FAMOUS PEACE TREATIES Ily II. IHVING KING h Hie r D Illble Institute of .nil. M w I ,w.,..i I n on t Director ef the Eftnlrm CUuel, Moody DlbUIoitltuU.Cblcsgo Among Frenchmen of Learning. (Copyrtuht IWi vt.ii.,, v,.wrt. 1807. vd n r i PEACE OF TILSIT, LESSON FOR JUNE 8 ' ( TnXT-Jrs- iu OBEDIENCE. Christ the samn yester-.daj- r, and tmlny, am) forever. Heb. 13:3. Napoleon, the Conqueror, Cut Up Europe to Suit His Needs. FRENCH IS SECOND CHOICE f.'.! QOI.DHN TICXT-w'1f"-v.- r Ve I lire my frUn.U. If command you -- Jolm U- - ,AIM)ITI(IVAI. ISsVjViISjIi.I, MATKIUAIt)ut Ac" .WaT.2:!,r-Ab'-i,'- n' INTIIIIMCDIATH OI y nnd llnw HIJNIOH TOPI- C- ffhw nce to a Tut - ANII of )cl.ln)ilp ADULT TOPlC-Ob-dl-i- (dm. I. A Notable 12:1-4). Example of Obedience At tin- commnnd of God Alirnlinm went out not knowing whither he went (Met,. 11:8). Ill ns not the obedience of convenience or prudence. To sepnrate from home nnd kindred und tnke up the f,. of n pilgrim wm not ensy. Ahrnhnui dlil not mop to ask why. or wluit hp would Ret out of It. The obedience Hint asks why Ik not oheilrcncc nt nil. II. The Motive of Obedience (John H:i'l'J4). nnd whnt wo hnve dono In tho yester-- 1 day of our lives Is unalterable, and wo nre absolutely helpless, of ourwlves. concerning It. It Is right here thnt the Lord Jesus Is ready to come, In, If we will only let him, nnd snve us from the sins of our yesterdny. Whnt we cannot do he Is nble and willing to do for us. These three expressions of tlmo concerning Jesus Christ nre the three tenses of sjiivutlon which he provides isters nre mo! destructive. those who trust him. lie snves them (II) The unfailing test (fv. IMS). from their past sins. No matter how vile or sinful n life mny have been, he Tlmlr fruits--. If one Rives suflletent time for development the fruit enn he lms made ample provision by his death Every tree bears Hb own on the cross for the yesterday of thnt discerned. kind of fruit. Nnture Is Inexnriible In life that accepts him ns Saviour. "In her Inw no to this. You tuny senrch whom we hnve redemption through his the universe In vuln for nn exception. blood, the forgiveness of sins." It Ik equally true In the spiritual Second, there Is the (odny of our world. There Is n vltnl connection lives. That Is. the eternnl now of life between the fnlth of n henrt nnd the that wo cull the present Life Is not fruit of n life. Thnt which comes out simply a past record that needs In the conduct was tlrst In the henrt. straightening out; It Is u present thing A right heart Is essential to rlRht conthat hns to be lived, nnd every mot ment, ns It comes, Is the now of life. duct. Give the false teachers time nnd observe closely nnd you Even with the past cared for by will find thnt their lives will prove Christ, we constantly face the present with Its problems, dllllcultles the tenchltiR. nnd 4) Their end (v. 10). All fnlse temptations. Having lived In the past teachers shall flnnlly be punished by we know thnt unless there be given us being enst Into the Ore. Although fioil some power In the present not found benrs Ioiir he will see to It that this In ourselveH we shall not be utile to live so that when tho present become wickedness does not ro on forever. the past It shnll not ho ns the deplor- 2. The dmiRers of empty profession able yesterdny (tv. Thank Rod," the Ono who Is willing Culling ChrMt "Lord" will not answer for disobedience to his will. One and nble to deliver us from the yestermay even be n Sunday school tencher day of our lives Is Just ns willing and or preHchcr, nnd even perform ninny nble to deliver us today. Now, this mighty works, ns cnstlng out devils very moment, "He ever llveth to mnke nnd henlltiR the sick nnd yet henr the Intercession for us." The uiHistleputs awful declurntlon of Jesus Christ. "I It clearly when ho says (llomnns never knew you." "depart from me." 5:10): "For If when we were enemies a. The one nnd only safe wny (vv. we were reconciled to God by tho death of his Son, much more being (1) Henr the snylngs of Christ. To reconciled we shall bo saved by his do this, one must prnyerfiilly attend life." What life? Not his past life of thirty-threyears on earth, but by his to rending the Word of God nnd tnedl- present life, communicated to those! tute upon the snme. who become united to him by faith, so (2) Do what Christ command. teachings of that he Imparts to them his own life,' Henrlng and dolus the snves them from und Christ Is building upon solid rock. This thus present tense oftheir sins. Is the salvntlon Such building can never be destroyed which Christ provides those who trust by Hood nnd storm. Hearing und not him. doing Christ's snylngs Is building Third, there Is tho eternity of our upon the sni I which U time of the lives. That Is tho period when time fctorm of God's wrutli nnd JudRiiient for us Is tin more. Llfo ou earth has Obedience will be utterly destroyed. ueen unisueu, una wo nuvo euiereu must follow neuritis Christ. upon tho ages of tho nges. What then? Who will ho our Saviour? Is thero one The Need of Cod. asking In these dnys of ahlu to snvo us in the future? Yes. People are thutik God, tho very Ono who. If wo upheuvnl nnd chaos, "What Is wrens nuvo mnue mm ny lumi our saviour, It needs Rod; It with the world." has saved us from our yesterday, und needs the rcllslon of Jesus Christ nnd Is saving us today, will bo our Saviour It needs that rellshm pructlcnlly emforever. This Is tho future tense ol bodied In the lives of men. We see salvation, for Christ Is tho unchange- fice. Let us remember that a square deal men of the It In the lives of these able Ono who "Is ublo to save to the for our honorably discharged soldiers, gospel. We need men like thnt muluttermost ull who come unto God by sailors and marines will strengthen In every church. We tiplied many-folhim." This blessed fuct Is plainly the morale of the nation and will help need men like thnt multiplied teu thou-nmstated by tho apostle: "Much more to create a sound national consciouslu our land. fold then, being now Justified by his blood, ness ready to act promptly In support we shull bo saved from wruth through of truth, Justice and right Rejoice! him." We thank thco that thou art O God. animate us to cheerfulness I unchangeable, O Christ, the same yesBorn In a Bobsled. May we have a Joyful sense of our terday, today nnd forever our Saviour Cedar Falls, la. "A bouncing baby learn to look on the bright blesns8, boy" first saw the light of day and felt clrcumstunces of our lot, and main- Electric Car Strikes Auto; Sl Killed. the cold Impact of the world while till cotitentedness. tain a perpetual Albion, N. Y. Jueob Mt ter, u mother was en rout from the family CliunnlDg. fanner, residing near thi city ; hi home, Ave miles southwest of here, Id r wife, their three children und Mrs. a bobsled to Sartort hospital. MemEvery Want Supplied. llerthu Crudln, of Holley, N. Y., Mc- bers of the family had been afflicted to us, O Urd, Is the death Allister's sister, were killed when the by Influenza and It was decided that Precious of thy saints, which makes us heirs automobile lu which they were riding the prospective mother would hav of so greut a weulth: which leuves us wus struck by a Huffulo, Uickport & better care and her life safeguarded If furnlkhed with so great variety of ex- ItocheKttT liiterurtmu car ut u crufckluK she were, taken from the home and Isoamples, that every want Is abunduntly lated from danger of lufectiou. uu the ktate roud tieur Alblou. supplied. John Austin. IlyjMi-crltlcn- l. sullt-dene d d Incentive of obedience Ik love to God. The obedlciice thnt Is the result of fenr or Hie hope of reword h not true obedience, therefore hns not the npprnvnl of (!od. Only the' child who reverence hi; father nnd nffectloniilely strives to obey Mm rnjoyj hi loving fnvor. The obedience which spring out of n henrt of love Issue In it life of Joy nnd friendship with God (John 15:10-1-1' III. The Solemn Obligation of Obedience (Matt. 7:lfl-D- . 1. Wnrnlng ngnlnst false prophets (TV. IWO). ' (1) Their rrnl existences Ever since God lino hnd n faNe prophet nnd teachers hnve nppeiired among them. This need not surprise u. fur Christ predicted lint such should be the cnse. (2) Their nature (v. 1ft). (n) The devil does- his mot successful work by masquerading ns an angel of light (II C r. 7:R 15). IPs minister niipenr In this wny nnd tu-- n people from the narrow to the broad wny. (h) This lo suggested by their being "nivcnlng wolves." It Is when the wolf Ih In sheep's clot til tip t tint he dots IiIk most deKtructlve work The enemies of Christ xsltig ns his min- The grand take these three expressions lug our Lord, which divide time up In to pnst. prent nnd future, and permit them to direct our thought concerning ourselves nnd the Lord Jesus ChrlsL Flrsl. here Is the yesterday of onr That covers nil the pnst up to the present moment Looking back. ver swmsnJinjMt Injlnlto In Its rend), nnd yet VO nro told thnt tllO longest life Is nftcr nil only ns tho spun of n man 8 hand, ns n vnpor thnt pnssetli uwny, or ns n tnlo thnt Is told. Ilut what n sweep the yesterdny of our life seems to hnve, ns wo think of It. bo much has happened, nnd so much In It hns been Imperfect nnd unsatls- nnd, let us speak It frankly, In the mld't of nil the vicissitudes nnd chnnses of life how blessed It la to know there Is All Lines of Effort Should Be OrganOne who never ized and Every Opportunity Given chmiResI Friends Men to Settle Down In tuny fnll us, loved Civil Life Contented. ones mny forsnke us, health may ' Dy LEONARD WOOD. lenvo us, money Major General Commanding Central Demny tnko wings partment, United States Army. nwny, fly nnd dime by Appreciation of times and clrcuin-itnnco- our soldiers, sailorsthe work In nnd mny the great wnr can best bemurines by shown chnnge, we, even active mensures to return them to ourselves, bo alsuitable tered, but the dlsrhnrgecivil employment upon n their from service. It lo Lord Jesus Christ duty nnd one not to be shirked Is the unchanging by n tuition thnt stands for Jutlce nnd nnd unchangeable Mpinre dealing. Our soldiers were One. sent to their training cnmp to the Our text tells us thnt what Jesus Christ was jester- - battle line with every demonstration the sncri-h" " " "PP""'"" lay. ho Is today, nnd w. n e s today ,n """ ' '",7 will bo forever; nnd what ho will WT ' ho forever ha always has been. In- we concernB ' Germam, Knowing Their Language Was Inadequate as World Tongue, Docited Artificial Languages, Such a Esperanto. By LLOYD (Weitern Paris. It's beginning to look as If F.ngllsh will bo the world language of the future with French as a close second choice and With Germiin running n poor third. This discission of n "world lanwhich Is occupying consider-nbl- e Purls, reveals among other things n strange chapter of German duplicity and trickery. It now seems certain that the Germnns, knowing the Germnn Inngungc was Inadequate as n world tongue, tried their best to git the world to think favorably of certnln "cooked-uplnngunges mnde to order things ns It were. In order to prevent French or English from being considered ns the legltlmnte world languages. These nrtlflclal tongues, such ns Esperanto, which wns probably the best known to them. In America at least, were fairly numerous and ench one wns given some sort of nn odd nnme. They were cnlled Esperanto, Ido, Novo-Lntlnnd several other queer-souning names. Naturally enough there were fJUifwjjeople Jn "early every country guage" NriT t'nlon respondent.) ALLEN. Staff Cor- attention around ,T .f cllneil to lose Interest In our success 'T "."'"I-emle- nre " T '""P "T ""'"""n'1" ..... rllli.a ..1.1,1, .rl thoe who This I s. " Itl sinful. Now It Js behind us. nnd, so fnr as we hnve any power over It, It U unnlterable. We ennnot chnngo It If we would, neither enn we undo It, nor wipe It out. Whnt-w- o hnve been w,,en they answered the call for tlonnl service The 4.Q0O.0OO men Inducted Into the service, less the dead, nre being re- Wn must nr. turned to their homes. plnire nil lines of effort so Hint every jKisslble opportunity will be given them to settle down hnpplly contented cTvilTlfe: Some of Th?m we Vlll find bU ,nnicult o hnn.lle. nnd we must hnve considerable patience with them. They have been through n big eiperl-fuctorence. Some nre n bit utirensonnble n wny, nn,j perhnps It Is hard for them to settle down. Ambition Is Arouted. in seeing thnt they nre returned to sultnble civil emploment nnd by thnt I menn employment In which they will find contentment we will find It nt times difficult to dcnl with them, yP must remember thntVnnny of these men, before going for the great ture. hnd never been far from home, hnd never seen the big things of life, hnd never hnd the opportunity of finding themselves. During their serv- Ice In the nriny they found out thnt nil men were equal except ns dlstln gulshcd 'one from the other by such chnrncterlstlcs ns physique, education nnd chnrncter. They discovered thnt men who nre loyal, nttentlve to duty, always striving to do more than required, stood out nmong their fellows and were mnrked for promotion. Nnturally ninny of them now sec that their former employment will not give them the opportunities for advancement which they have come to prize, nnd for that renson they wnnt n change. They wnnt n kind of employment which offers opportunities for promotion. Jinny such men nre fitted for forms of employment which offer this ndvnntage, and they must be given the opportunity to try to make good In the lines of endeavor which they elect to follow. It Is not chnrlty to give these men the opportunities for which they strive. It Is Justice. Others on not mentnlly equipped to tnke advan tage of such opportunities If offered, nn1 wl,n ,hcse we wl11 flnl 11 raor They must be ren difficult to deal. soned with, nnd directed, If possible. Into the kind of employment best suited to their characteristics. We will find mnny of the men have temtiornrlly lost efficiency In the lines of employment which they followed before entering the service, but for thnt reason alone they must not be deprived of the opportunity to regain their efficiency In those lines, nor can they he offered reduced wnges during this period. Give Them Square Deal. Our soldiers, sailors and marines offered themselves for the Rrcat adMany of them have been venture. through the great adventure, In which they offered their lives, to the end thnt Justice might prevail and the world ho made safe to live In. Those who did not come face to face with the great adventure nevertheless were ready to do so, and It was through no fault of theirs that they did Utit have ,lle opportunity. In training camps WOrklng from enrly morning until late nt ngl,t, fitting their bodies to meet tho physical hardships of war. fitting their minds to meet tho mental shock of combat, nnd In the battle lino un- conditions, these men der stood ready to make the great sacriven-Chrl- ...Illll.. ulow that It s the sno n d thnt TooTTuthesTTo'nVuerand learn- ed them. Ilut nt best the languages were, nnd nre fnd, nnd nre unequnl to the great tnsk assigned them the tnsk of becoming n world tongue. An International Language. Paul Mlellle. n French scholar, n college professor who holds the chnlr of English nt the Lycee nnd who Is n promoter of International education. Is nuthorlty for the foregoing remarks nnent Esperanto nnd German. t Ills brochure on the of a world Inngunge hns attracted considerable nttentlon In France nnd England recently. While some political economists nre talking about the establishment of an International currency thnt will bo worth Its face value all overihe world, and while others are tnlklng of a kind of Internntlonnl government thnt will prevent future wnrs, of Internntlonnl control of the drug traffic, nnd several more "Internationalized" subjects. Including International welfare, the Frenchmen of learning are discussing tho Internationa,! Inngunge of the fuAnd they admit, modestly ture. enough, thnt English will probably be e the favorite ns a world tongue, English first of nil Is the best known nnd most widely spoken language of business nnd mercnntlle transections In the world todny. Acknowledging thnt English Is bound to bf the fnvorlte the French professors clnlm their own Inngunge will nnturally tnke second place In preference to German. Possibly the Germans some years ago foresnw the coming popularity of English nnd French nnd the consequent shoving of the Germnn Inngunge Into third plnce In the race, hecnuse It wns before the war even thnt the "kultur crusade" for popularizing Esperanto and Ido and the other artificial started, according to Mlellle. English and French. Briefly, It Is Mlellle's Idea nnd the opinion of other noted French nnd English scholars that the world needs two languages for Its future welfure English nnd French. While there wus a lot of speculation some yenrs ago about finding a universal tongue, such ns Esperanto, we hnd ns living lnngunges In this world of ours the two tongues thnt completely filled nil requirements. There was really no need for Inventing a new Inngunge. There has been a kind of official ndoptlon of the Idea thnt English nnd French shall he the world lnngunges of the future In the fnct thot proceedings nt the pence conference have been conducted In these two lnngunges. The procedure hns been cumbersome. It Is y true, but It hns been possible for nil of the delegotes to understand everything that takes place In tho way of speech making. The French clique of educators promoting the plan of making English and French the common International tongues want the peace conference, or the league of nations, to perpetuate tho procedure of the peace conference and make both tongues the official languages for conducting the business of the league of nations. have Semiofficial communications been addressed to the various governments that were lined up against Germany, and to many officials of all these governments recommending the plan. Numerous senators and deputies have gone on record as favoring the scheme. well-know- n suli-Jecprnc-tlcoll- The treaty of Tilsit slgnnllzed the defent of the fourth coalition ngnlnst France, which consisted of Ituln. Prussia. Austria. England nnd Sweden. Nnpoleon had won the bnltles of ,7enn, Auerstndt, Eylati nnd Frledlnnd ; nil continental Europe wns nt Ids feet ; he dictated the terms of pence. The Itusslnn nrmy had been thrown buck over the river Nlemen In the northenst comer of Prussln. Nnpoleon went to the town of Tilsit on thnt river nnd opened negotiations with Emperor Alexnnder. The king of Prussln, whow domnlns were entirely In the grnsp of the conqueror, enme to Tilsit but wns allowed no pnrt In the negotiations. In n stntely pavilion erected on n gorgeously decorated raft nnchored In the middle of the river Alexnnder nnd Nnpoleon met on June 25 nnd begnn the drafting of n treaty between Hus-slnnd France which wns signed fcy the two emperors on .Inly 7. Itussln wns given prnetlcnlly n free hand In Turkey, nllowed to seize. If she could, the Danuhhtn principalities, nnd. In cnse Turkey did not nsent to the pence, to hnve nil of Turkey In Europe except Constnntlnople nnd The two emperors nlso discussed the fnte of Prussln. Frederick William begged the cznr to mnke the best terms he could for him. What His Reason Disapproved. Nnpoleon snld to Alexnnder: "Whatever 1 grnnrtn Prussln I grant nt your Intercession' nddlng thnt In thnt mnt-te- r his "henn caused him to seal whnt hl( reason disapproved." The best terms Cznr Alexnnder could get for his friend the Prusslnn king, were these: All the Innds that Prussia hnd stolen In the partition of Pnlnnd In 1703 nnd 1705 were taken from her nnd erected Into the Grand Duchy of Wnrsnw, an Independent Polish state. Prussia ceded to Napoleon all her territory west of the Elbe, most of which wns ndded to the new kingdom of Westphnlln, which wns constructed for Napoleon's brother, A smnll portion of Prussian Jerome. territory wns given to Itusln nnd n smnll portion to Snxony. King Frederick Wllllnm wns nllowed to r.etnln only Old Prussia, Pomeranln, Brandenburg nnd Silesia. And even the latter province hnd "n string to It," for the king of Snxony, to whom the grand duchy of Warsaw wns assigned, wns to keep open a mllltnry Prussln wns rerond across Sllesln. duced to half her former territory and deprived of her most Important towns; for Danzig became a free city and Magdeburg went to Jerome Honapnrte. Prussia wns obliged to close her ports A wnr Inngnlnst Ilrltbdi commerce. demnity of a large amount for those o Itnu-mell- days wns Imposed on the Prusslnn nation, nnd she wns nllowed to keep n stntiillng nrmy of no more tlinii 12,000 men. She wns reduced to n second-rul- e power. Frederick Wllllnm sent for his wife, Queen I.oulse, In the hope that her wit and benuty might Induce Nnpoleon to rceo.de somewhat from theso hard terms. Ilut she! was unsuccessful nnd on July II the trenty between Prussln nnd France wns signed. Hnrd ns the conditions Imposed on Prussln were Nnpoleon hnd been too lenient: for he left the bandit nntlon still In existence, the Ilohenzntlerns still on the throne, Hie germs of woes unutterable to future generations. Afterwards, nt St. llelenn, Nnpoleon bitterly regretted thnt "his henrt hnd senled whnt his renson dlsnpproved." Regretted Great Haste. "I wns In too Rrent n hurry nt Tilsit," snld he. "I should hnve remnlned n yenr on the Nlemen nnd In Prussln nnd then devoured Prussln. I should hnve deposed Frederick Wllllnm nnd Issued n proclntnntlon declnrlng thnt the house of Hohenzollern hnd ceased to reign." Snys Lord Hnsebery: "It Is strange Indeed to observe how henrtlly, ns If by n foreboding, he hntes Prussln." Not strange nt nil, for his keen mind In the retirement of St. llelenn saw even more clearly than at Tilsit the danger to the world of Prusslnnlsm under the lend of the robber bnrons of Zollern. Prussln Immedlntely nfter the trenty of Tilsit began to circumvent the conditions with regard to her army by Instituting short terms of enlistment so arranged as to nlnnuut to universal military service, and to prepare the wny for her future aggrandizement. One hundred and seven yenrs from the time she seemed utterly crushed she nttempted world empire and nearly "got nwny with It." Ily the trenty of Tilsit Cznr Alexon-de- r agreed, thnt If England did not nssent to the pence he should declnre wnr ngnlnst her. If Sweden objected he wns to send nn nrmy Into thnt country. Dig In, Not Out The soldier whose specialty hnd been sewer trenches for some months pnst leaning on his shovel. "Whnt are you dreaming about now?" the noncom nsked. "I was Just thinking," responded the shovel wlelder, "thnt If these ditches were straight up and down Instead of lengthwise. I'd hnve dug my wny hnck home long before this." Splker (Engineers' Hallway, The United Stntes Army). .. was-foun- CONGRESS OF VIENNA, 1814 FIRST SESSION. Europe. One Hundred Years Ago, Tried to Piece the World Together Again After Napoleon's Exile to Elba, but Its Plans were Broken In the e Emperor of France. Making by the Return of the One-Tim- The congress thnt assembled to set order the nffnlrs of Europe nfter the recent tremendous upheaval naturally culls to mind the congress of Vlennn, which met over a hundred yenrs ago for n similar purpose nfter the vnst upheaval of t!e Napoleonic wnrs. Then, ns now, the delegates professed to meet to establish n condition which should ensure a lasting pence. The nnnles of France hnd been utNnpoleon hnd terly defeated. in farewell the Imperial eagles In tho courtyard of Fontalnebleu nnd passed nwny to Elba. Nearly n million troops, which the allied sovereigns had employed to drag down the Corslcnn, hnd gone back to their own countries for demobilization or were on their wny there. The wnrs which, with slight Intervals for refreshments nnd rest, hnd ravaged tho world for 18 years, were over with one exception. The United States and England were still nt war. The United States had come Into the conflict only two yenrs before, hnd mnde no alliances or associations, nnd wns "plnylng u lone hand" against Eng land. Royal Pomp and Splendor. The congress assembled on September 5, 1814, and Vienna was n scene of roynl pomp nnd splendor, Tito emperors nt Austria and Itussla, the kings of Prussia, Ilnvnrln, Wurtem-bernnd Denmark, the princes of the smaller Gertnon stutes, grent statesmen like Talleyrand and Custlereagh, and a host of minor delegates representing every political division In Europe were there. The delegates spent the mornings In discussion nnd the evenings In revelry, euch night's entertainments eclipsing In splendor those of the night before. Napoleon had changed the mop of Europe, erecting new nations and enlarging or dismembering old ones. The old order of things had been blown away on the smoke of battlefields nnd the delegates proposed to rearrange the map according to their own Ideas. In spite of protestations, no sooner hud the delegates assem In g ' bled than the congress resolved Itself Into n mad scramble for territory. The rlghtr of people to were utterly Ignored. Tho proceedings were secret, but enough leaked out to cause Whltbread to protest In the house of commons, "Wo live In nn nge when free nntlons are not to be sold and transferred like beasts of burden." Hut that was Just whnt was done. Lord Castlcrengh pursued nt first a wavering policy, until early In January, when the news of the signing of n trenty of pence between England and tho United Stntes cnused him to opposo boldly, but without success, tho rapnclty of Russia and Prussln. When the congress hnd been In session nenrly six months tho division of the spoils, wns neurly completed. To Itussla was assigned Poland as she held It until the recent war. Announced Escape of Napoleon. of Saxony, a Prussia got one-haslice of Poland and the territories of which Nnpoleon hnd shorn her. North-eItnly was given to Austria and central Italy furnished duchies for Austrian princes. Holland und were erected Into u separate kingdom. Norway wns tnken from Denmark and given to Sweden. France wns confined within her old The smaller German states limits. were dealt with according to their "pull." Englnnd'wns allowed to keep St. Lucln lu tho West Indies, the Cape of Good Hope and a few other oversea trifles, nlong with Helgoland. The delegates considered their work nearly completed when, on the morning of March 11, Talleyrand entered the council chamber, Ids face pale and drawn, nnd announced thut a courier had Just arrived from France with tho news that Nnpoleon had escaped from Elba and was marching on Paris. At first the delegates broke Into pculs of laughter; the laughter wau succeeded by anxiety; and, hastily passing a resolution declaring Napoleon un outlaw, tho congress adjourned. Kings and ambassadors hurried, home to reassemble 1,011,000 troops to hurl ugatu against the man of destiny. lf m llcl-glu- Costly Peep. York. The floorwalker said The Salvation Army Homo Service "Y" to Open Cluba for Troops. MUs Margaret Mcllrlde hud a man In Fund campaign for $13,000,000 will be At the request of the French minisher room. She said there wasn't. The conducted during the week of May floorwalker looked. The peep was Its success will enable the Salva- ter of marines the Y. M. C A. Is worth $50,000, according to her suit tion Army to practically double Its planning the establishment of clubs for American and French troops In Totlloa a'gulnst the Vutiderhllt hotel mauat-wtu-t. efforts among the poor. No muu was lu the room. and In the suburbs of thut city. New 10-2- Pago Eight THE CITIZEN Juno R, 1011). East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No COMMENCEMENT Horvo Rlel PROGRAM Gertrude McClcllau Green, Texas (Continued from page one) of the occupants, woro hurl, altho they received qullii a scare. 'Franklin as a Typical American eoiwpondf nt publUhed In unli ilirnfil In full by th writer. The nm not for publication, but t n trMr no of ffond faith. Write plilnljr. school nt Herea, was home over Sunday, nml attended Mr Sunday school nl Speedwell. and Mrs. I.ulher I odd and .Mrs Horaco Cox were in Herea Saturday evening. Fairy Goocli is sick. Toddy I.ako attended church at night. Tom Sunday Kingston filossip attended the Holiness, meet ing at Dreyfus Saturday nlht and " Sunday. H. 0. Cox has "id him a truck. He will tako bis prfl- Robert Lake ducc to Lexington. went to Station Camp last week. Mrs. Hoy Kelley of Dreyfus visited her sister, Mrs. James Gentry, Wed- nesday. nl lending JACKSON COUNTY Bond Iloml, Juno 2. The continued wet weather Ihe nasi month has mado everybody very nim'h behind time with their work, but the past week being dry people are finishing their corn planting while others have The Pigeon boKun cultivation. Roost Farmers Club lias purchased n iinip nf ivir.i ir,.IMier .itul seven registered Duroc pics. We hope to cet everybody interested in raising better stock. The funeral service of Mrs. Xerva l'arslev were held yesterday at Iho Green Hill cemc- tcry by the He v. Messrs. Hizney and York. Some 800 or 1000 people were present at the service. The Sunday-schoo- ls both hero and at I'lgeon nuosi are iu"nrt-""'Jesse York arrived safely her 3 Saturday evening from overseas. He has been in Germany the past A. II. Parrett lias six months. been on the sick list the past week. but is reported better now- .- m. Turner arrived Here a lew uas ago from West Virginia where bo has been working. MADISON COUNTY Charles Eugene Houk, Morganton, N. C. Domestic Science In the Rural Schools .Verda Ray Howard, Saylor, Harlan Red on a Ground of White. ...I.orona Lewis, Sloan's Valley, Pulaski Meade Education for Democracy.... William Lovell Jordan, The Democratic Idea in College Life L., Prudence May. Salyorsvillo, Magoffin gnos Parmella Moore. Berea, Madison Don't Kill the Birds. Physical Examination for Solwol Children Grace Florence Ogdeu, Barlersvillo, Nicholas Sarah Lillian Ogg, Berea, Madison The Lost Battalion Nora Trospcr, Gray, Knox The Tragedy of Undiscovered Talent Working One's Way Through College Minerva May Tutt, Gosnoyville, Wolfe The Race Problem in the United Stales Ella Katheryn Tuttle. Wilt Springs, Estill The Development of Artistic Appreciation in College Madge Wnlden. Williamsburg, Whitley Raleigh Virgil Trospor, Gray, Knox Back to the Mountains...- 'The Jew in the History of America Elsie Eliza Williams, Kerby Knob, Jackson Call-Col- Harmony Harmony, Juno rt. The Ilev, W M. C. Hulehius of this place ami Dr. G. B. Lyne and wifo of crab Orchard attended memorial services nl Scaffold Cane Baptist church in Itoekcnslle county last Sunday, and all report a very enjoyable time. Fred ami HI. Nelsons of Danville motored up and paid their two bachelor uncles, James nnd Ed Dlckerson, a visit last Sunday. llayden Naylor and wife of Point Leavel was visiting Alex' Robinson Mrs. Viney and wife last Sunday. Hurt, daughter of the widow Ross, died last- week with the fatal disease, tuberculosis. The farmer in this neighborhood are making good uo. of the time since it quit ruining so much. OWSLEY COUNTY WIRE MEN READY TO GOON STRIKE Nine Hundred Thousand Threaten To Walk Out If Demand Is Not Met. HAVE WOULD "SHOW Mil" of Protest Made Aaainst Discharge One Hundred Telephone Operat ors at Atlanta, Ga., Oecauie They Joined the Union. iililioiincriiii-n- Panola Corn and to- Mc 1()()kjng flnp Hog jowls and sallet have given way to rhubarb pie and new peas. Tlinrn tvnu n Inrtrn nllilinnea nl Panola, June 2. pcoPnMon olTist.9 al ,u,(l nm Blue Lick l no muo Blue Lick May 26. birds, robins and thrushes arc now riotously trilling and the topmost bouglis as if to ciieer the depressed spirils of the farmer. Though the foliage is thick and green and the flowers lovely and gardens luxuriant, yet the temper- aturo for the last weeK in .nay ne- ccssitated a glowing lire on mo and blankets on our beds at Many cornilelds prepared night. weeks ago are yet implanted, wait ing for a warm' sunny Juno week Sue to smile over the land. Flanery, R.N., who is employed at Georgia Baptist Hospital, Atlanta, Ga., is visiting homefolks this week. Elmo Flanery visited wflh friend-- , Quito a pt Lexington last week. number of Herea teachers and students attended Sunday school and services at Blue Lick church Sunday. The Rev. Howard Hudson of Berea College will conduct services Charlie Evans, hero regularly. accompanied by his wifo and children, spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of T. J. Flanery- Charlie lost one of his best rot hounds while engaged in a fox chaso Saturday night. In the side of a mountain tbero is an aperture called' the "Jingling Hole" into which the dog3 often chase their quarry, where they drop down on a ledgo and if fortunate enough to land there they escape a sheer descent to an illimatable depth. If they land on the ledge they may be Mrs. Ilichard Hollins-wor- th extricated. has recovered from her reThe pros cent serious illness. reports today seem to indicate "a terriblo grumble, rumble and roar, telling the battle is on once more." But wo shouldn't worry. Let us remember how our brave American boys conquered the Huns. They attacked them as the mosquitoes of Alaska attack a bear. They buzzed, stung, advanced, until the unwieldly brute, with eyes swollen and strength impaired, wanijers around helpless and dies of starvation. A similar fato awaits tho Germans if they to comply with the demands mado by the Peace Conference. A similar condition awaits them as with tho South after Sherman's remarkable march lo tho sea. It was sahl that "if a crow flew over tho country it must carry its provision witli him." If tho Kaiser over rovisits bis native land, tho pride of his heart, let us hope that he may have occasion to shed tears over the desolation, oven fas tho women and children of Belgium wept and wrung their hands at sight of their ruined and devastated homes. re-fu- so cemetery. Mrs. Elia Elliott, ac companied by Miss Alma Cox, has relurne(, fpom an extcn(lp vtalt Eb. n.icnmon(. wiUi- p,,nvC9 , C(lt Mrs Marjam CoSi and j R Kindred are still on the sick list. t Tlit infant of Mr. and Mrs. Lcslin Richardson was buried at Hod Hill. The parents have our deepest svm paHiy. The communitywas. glad to iave in jts mi)st recently Dowdy st.arpe- - He is still in camp, but wm s0(m i,e mU3tere( 0ut. Ho lost n (oo in aCion, also had a bead Hradley and Sherman wound. Krcnch have returned from over sea3 an( j,avo ucen mustered out Mrs. Mamie Sandlin (nee Mamie Qgg) and children-hav- e been visit-hcar- th ing relatives and friends the past weot Tley are moving from WinChester to Evelyn, Lee county. Her husband. W. P. Sandlin, has a lu crative position at that place. C. M. Rawlings is erecting a tobacco barn on bis Idle Wild Farm, to ac commodate six acres of tobacco. Mrs. Lena Dunn and son, James, leave today for Winchester and Mt, Sterling to spend the summer, - Silver Creek Miss Lulu Silver Creek, June 2. Burnell is visiting her sister, Mrs Miss Bernico Oscar Sbockey. Robertson spent Sunday will Miss Mabel Johnson. Mrs. Ernberg and her guests wore entertained at Mrs. W. D. I.owis' for supper Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnio Hudson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Charles Click Robert Viars. spent (lie first part of tho week with her father and mother at Rico Station. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Davis of Red House spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Davis. CLARK COUNTY Log Lick Log Lick, May 25. Born lo the wifo of Caleb Abner a fine ,boy on May tho 18th. Leonard Matherly, Coyle "Coylo, May 20. Somo of tho farmers in tho vicinity aro not dono plowing and some bavo not planted corn on account of It be. ing sq wet. Russell Todd, who is wifo and littlo daughter, of Rich mond visited al the homo of J. II Matherly a few days this week. So far this month wo have bail tho wettest May wo have seen in a long time. Very littlo has .been done among tho farmers but setting tobacco. Thero is another bis tide in Red River and Lulbe Grand Creek at this time. There is very little sickness in this community al present; loss than wo bavc seen in a long time. A. A. Clay of Indian Fields has built a now store house hero and got it in operation. Mrs. Mike Raker of Raker Station visiled her father, William Burch, last Thursday. Tail Eubanks, wife and son, of Winchester, visited All J. H. Matherly last Sunday. garden vegetation looks well hero, but (hero will bo a very small Ben Stono has amount of fruit. about got bis sawmill ready for sawing near this place. Jim Vaughn made a business visit to Ben Winchester last Friday. Hudson was through hero last looking for cattle to buy for summer grazing. Byrd Hodgkin of Winchester passed through hero Tuesday with somo flno mules, taking them to tho oil fields. Wed-nesda- No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Returns to its before-the-whigh standard of ar quality Once Tried - Always Used Island City Department. 10:10 Fourth Bugle Island City. May 20. There was MUSIC a court of inquiry held at John D. The End of the Rainbow. .Edith Anne Back (A.B.), Denniston. Mcnireo Roy's store Ihe 2Uh, by our magisElva Mae Back (A.B.), Denniston, Menireo trate. Robert Green, the purpose beThe Guiding Spirit Helen Ophelia Bowman (A.IU, Bakersville, X. C. ing lo inquire into violaton of law Self Conquest After services at Southern church The New Spirit of Public Service Boyd Maurice Collins (Ph.B.), Rutledge, Tenn. on the third Sunday night and Wo arc a Part of all we Have Met after the people left the church Katrina Clayton (B. Ped.), Hebron, Boone. bmise, some unknown party alio, through the glass window, and America, the Land of Promise Paul Arnold Hackney (A.B.), Freuchburg, Menlfeo wont into tho house and finding a Cleta Mae Hammons (B.L.), Heattyvlllc, Lee Bible on the stand set it up and Beautiful Breathitt MUSIC shot a hole in it. The bullet was found in the Bible. The citizen Better Homes in Country Communities Florenco VanTassan Lewis (B.L.), Eubanks, Pulaski aro much opposed lo such acts and i College Women Democracy Builders hope the grant! jury may bo able Maude Kennedy Lewis (B.Ped.), Fairview, Va. to find the offenders and bring I hem to justice. We are sbrry for those The Challenge of the Hills Eva Belle McDanieU (B. S". in Etiue.), Uree, X. G. lines to appear in The Citizen, but wc who favor that which is to the The Broadening Mission of tho Red Cross Lillian Rean Ogg (B. S. in Educ), Berea, Madison best interest of our community A Triumph of Leadership. .Tommye Russell (B.Ped.), Newborn, Tenn. out for tho sustainencc and Saving Democracy at Homo. Charles While Waters (U.S.), Oketo, Kans. dignity of our community, and look To Reach the Unreached for tho civil authorities to protect Carolyn Winljirop Wilson (A.B.. GalTney, S. C. and aid us in bringing violators to The Ideal Rural School.. Eugenia Belle Berg (B.Ped.), Kendall, Wis. understand that if they violate tho "Music Is a Part of Heaven" law they must suffer the penaltiey. May Mr. Greene's efforts bo a Ruby Maude Faulkner (B.L.), Brevard, X. C What Is the Matter With Our Schools? warning to the offender, that they Ruth Letitia Billiard (B.Ped.), Trenton, Tenn. will cease from disturbing any . 'The Haunts of the Art Lovers further as all aro welcome to come Mabel Irene Lewis (B.L.), Berea, Madison and take part in the worship of God and aro welcome among us but 'The College Girl in Her Home Town Mary Kate Marsh (B.L.), Cynthiana, Harrison I hey must come sober and free The Xced of Physical Education in High Schools from that terriblo stuff that deElla Ree Parker (B. Ped.), Williamsburg. Whitley ranges the mind and draws the atThe People and Politics tention of the congrcgaton from tho Joseph Orlando Vanllook (B.Ped.), Oeala, Pulaski scriptures. We are fearing our "The Child's Education vs. the Teacher's Salary letter will bo a little wearisome to Josephine Mary Woidler (A.B.), Erie, Pa. the Editor but wo ask that ho will Hallelujah Chorus MUSIC Harmonia Society bear witli us under the circumthey We understand stances. 11:15 Granting Diplomat. have struck a little oil after gelling Rev. Geo. W. Meade, PhiX, of Bel Air, Maryland, who has served thru the black limestone rock and in the chair of Literature during the absence of Prof. James W. entering the second sand. Can't toll Raine in Army Y. M. C. A. work, will receive the degree of Doctor of yet the results of the well until farther on. Another drill will soon Divyiity. ho in operation here, on tho farm o II. . I'eiers. conducted ny a jir. 'Excused from appearing. Hamilin who is in the employ of 12:30-1:3- 0 Bell Chimes another oil firm. II is further reAfternoon Program 1:30 ported that an oil drill will be in MUSIC operation on Upper Buffalo aoon. ProL Win. Chandler Bagley, Ph.D., Xesv York Wo are glad to announce Iho com Address Dr. Wm. Chandler- Bagley, of Xew York, is a professor in Coing of the Rev. Wm. E. Hit, man lumbia University, X. Y, the editor of tho "Journal of Educational ager of the Berea Citizen, among us Psychology," and of "School and Home Education." He is the again soon, as wo wore much ben- author of the six foremost educational books of the last ilftccn ofltod by bis able advice some few years. He will become a trusteo of Berea College beginning this weeks back. Come again ami again. month. Brother Rix. for you ore certainly MUSIC welcome. : Dr. Willis Duke .Woatherford Address Travelers' Rest Dr. Willis Duke Woatherford, Blue Ridge X. G, is tru.-te- o of An oil Travelers' Rest. May 26. College. He is editor of Report" of Atlanta University and of Berea well is being drilled on Ihe farm of Law and Order Conference, 1017, and author of six leading book. William Gabbard 0f Hil place. They on social problems of tho South. He is chairman of tho Southern All tho only gone 300 feet. Summer School of Social Service and Christian Workers, and Ex- have land around here has been leased. ecutive Secretary of all student Y. M. C. A. work in the South. F. F. McCollum had a 'phone inMUSIC stalled in his Jiome the past week. Tho County Superintendent reapMrs. ports that out of twenty-tw- o LEE COUNTY has the contract for carrier. Nancy Johnson, wife of Roll John- plicants for county eertillcale-- i only Beattyville"' Circuit son, of this place, died Wednesday seven wore issued, thrco being secBeattyvile, Juno 2. Emma E. court has been in session hero for ai the ago of 86" years. Slio nad ond and four first class. grand McCollum. who has been seriously tho last two weeks. It will close srvon children, thirty-liv- e great grand sick with appendicitis for six within the next three days. Tho children, ninety-on- e weeks, and an Inmate of Norton Ingrand jury was in session nine children. firmary of I.ouisvilliK four weeks, days and returned eighty indict ' GARRARD COUNTY Tho Boartl of Supervis ments. returned homo Friday, much ImPaint Lick proved. Sho hopes to soon bo well ors finished their work last week. Paint Lick, Juno 2. Frank Wil- ragain. Mrs. Jesse Holbrook anil They found that this county is son has purchased a now Buick six son, Burton, wero visitors nt the worth one and a half million more roadster. A. B. Wynn nnd littlo homo of F. F. McCollum Saturday. than last year. This is duo to tho daughter, Mary Bane, aro visiting A. J. Creech mado n business trip production of oil in this county. Mr. and Mrs. Henry in Harlan. to Boonevillo Saturday. The Fiscal Court was in session last Conn woro in Richmond Sunday. Wednesday. It let a contract for Scoville Felix Pennington has purchased a bridge across Big Sinking now Tho Rev '.. Scoville, May 30. farm al Carlersvillo consisting of Creek, and for lining tho county one hundred acres. Miss Addle Bull of Monica hold meetings at the Several other jail with steel. Chriscillis of Lancaster was the Graded School homo from Tuesday lhin?s were done for the welfare week end guest of Miss Fannie night till Sunday with one addiof tho county. A now oil territory Dowden. Miss Edna Mrs. A. B. Wynn was in tion to tho church. is being developed on Buffalo Creek Berea Friday. Millord Smith of Judd, who has been staying with a few miles south of town by tho Berea spent severnl days last week her sister, Mrs. Fred Wilder, of WinSnowden Oil and Gas Company. chester, returned homo Saturday. witli his aunt, Mrs. A. B. Wynn. Miss Nora Bradley of Primrqso has Miss Paltio Moyors of Berea spnnt M. B. Flanery of Berea, who was accepted a position a3 deputy clerk the week called hero on account of the illend with her brother, in Ihe ofllco of tho County Court Moyers, and family. Miss Prewitt ness mid death of his sister, Mrs. Clerk. entertained tho members of tho Xancy Herd, mado a short visit B. Y. P. U. at her homo on Lancaswith his brother and sisters and Miss ESTILL COUNTY ter pike, Friday evening, in form of retnrnetl home Saturday. Conn Asher. who has Lucy Evorsolo of Annvillo is teacha social Locust Branch Wo just returned from Germany, win ing music al the Graded School Locust Branch, May 31. Emory Flanery, who ha? aro having flno weather this wpek; hero Friday shaking hands with old house. homo Mr. nnd Mrs. Labon been In Germany nrrlved the fanners are all busy planting friends. Clayton corn. ino man route from nere Kirk, while turning their Oakland yesterday, a week ago. to Jinks will bo discontinued today, on White Lick, went a littlo too far Rowland, who has been In Georgia and backed over a high bank. Tho for tho past flvo months, returned and a new routo from Jinks to Mr. and Mrs. G. A. will start Juno 1st. Mr, Tackot car didn't oven turn over and none homo Tuosday. lege k - union Minctlnnitl no tittl malum sent to oltlolnl of Iho American Telephone nnd Telegraph nnd other wire rninpiiiilew nt Atltintn. Gn.. Mrlke of mvm-herIn which n nntlott-wttlof the telecriiphers nnd oleotrlnil unions u milon workers Is threntt-net- l niiinlier of telephone operator recent' ly illschnrci'd In Atlanta nnd vicinity nre reinstated by noon Monday, To Involve 900,000. The utrlke, which would nt the start Involve more limn POO.000 commercial tclt'Kmphers nnd telephone workers! throughout the country. It wn wild, would be rnlloil ns n protest dlschnrclns 100 clrls employed nt On., ns operator becntlse they hud nllllhiteil with the Commercial Telegraphers' union. Covers Wide Field. It would become effective nt 3 p. m. nffected companies Monday. The would Include the I'oxtnl. Western iimocIii-tlon- s Union, I en mn I wires of pre and nil telephone rompiinles who employ inemlier of the Intc rnntlnnnl Brotherhood of Klectrlcnl Workers nnd the Commerclnl Telegraphers' union. It wns ciild that Intyr the Mrltj would iproiid to the order of rallwny telegraphers the membership of which numbers about OO.OOi) men. nnd to other orgnnlxjitloti which work In with the telephone nnd telegraph Kervlco. ny Ihe noMembers of the union tion of the companies In discharging the Atlnntn operators Is In direct violation of Instructions luned by General Burleson nnd thnt the " strike Is proposed ns n e s June 'i Aroonllim to here by F. II. .McDow ell, rliiilniinii of tin- IfKlxIntlvo district of the Wtishlneton council. I'ri'Nliletit S. J. Koiu'iikaimi of the International Coinitiertlnl Washington, t eont-mltte- e nelnt Post-must- "show-down.- REVEAL MINDS OF POETS Nomenclatures of Serbian Cities and Village Show Charscter of People In Striking Manner. Th Uc DRtnes of the vllluges In which our mnny friends lived and from which they often walked 'JO miles or more to of use to us pnrtly because tlio words. themselves, nnd pnrtly beeiuiKe their inclining reveals the nnturut poetry of the Herbhin mind. A few y of the most striking ones tuny bring this rluipter of Serbian helpfulness to n close, Cnryl II. Storrs s Tribune. writes In Monnstlr the metropolis of southern Xerhla melius "the city of monks." Kremljunl where our cninp was inenns "dwellers nmong qttnrtx-Ite- " from the qualities of qunrtzltu rock In tile vicinity. The Slavic root of the word Kremljunl, by the way. Is the Mimv used In the numo'of tho Kremlin nt Moscow. Other village nnmes wb. thelrineun-tng- s nro: I.lvonla, a prpper namy. signifying n huge, virile fallow; Krusho-gruu limestone ciistle; Ilnxle, the ferry over n river; I)i!hovfnl, living In fertile men (low binds; Vrbenn, the vitiligo of willows; Skodvlr. the vitiligo of ensendes; Vodi'iin, wnter city; I.nzuc (Lozshutz), tho sloping mountain meadow cleared from forest; Gorulchevo, the village In the mountnln divide; Itocno, the new vlllngd; the village beyond tbu towe; ltuch, the village down In the kettle; l, Vostnriin, the village of fruit; tho village of frogs; Kmvnrl, tho vtllngu of cowtierders ; Sorovlch, tho village of sleet ; Dragosh, beloved village; Nlstrftn, clear mountain torrent; Ilukrl, tho village on a water course; Optlchurl, tbu dwutlunt among mnny birds; Konjnrka, creek that must be forded on liorcHhnck; Sokol, mountain village, where only falcons can live; Cuke, village along tho range of buttes; Knlatilk, village of mud; LJaskovlkl, dwellers among hazelnuts. nppro-p'lntelMlnm-npollZhn-bljan- set down In my notes, In nnd of nre plctoiinl nnd atmos-pherl- c C U-- Ir-vi- no Dooley of Marino City, O., arrived hero today for a visit with her parents and other relatives. Miss Mary Hrandenborg and brother, Wick, and Miss llorlliu Gay wood of Turin were guests at William Me- -I n I n o's Saturday night and Sunth day. Mrs. Nancy Herd of died Tuesday night, May 20, after a lingering illness. Sho was buried ut tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. Dud Halo, Thursday. Tho Rov. X Hall conducted tho funeral service. She leaves her husband, one grandchildren, daughter, twelve throe brothers and three sisters, besides many other relatives anJ friends. Several men of this place havo been fishing recently. I'cb-wor-