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BERKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 21, 1012
Ono Dollar a year.
For the Best
R. R. COYLE
TURKS PLEA GRANTED BY ALLIES
Peace Terms to Da Discussed
Tbo Turks' cries for ieaco have
at least ba heard by tho victorious
allies, but not until all European Tur
key with tho exception of Constanti
nople and Its environs had (alien In
to their hand.
AlmoHt from tho first tho case of
tho Turks had boen hopeless, and
they recognlud It so, and sought in
tervention of tho powers, but were
given to understand that their
ciy could only bo heard If directed
to their vlctorlouo opponents.
Lost wook tho Greeks won the
great victory over tho Moslems In
tho capture of Salonika. This week
tho chief succcsa has fallen to the
lot of Sorvla In tho conquest of Mon
astlr In Macedonia with C0.000 prison
ers of war and 47 guns. Kach of the
allies now can discuss tho terms of
lcaco feeling that tho other cannot
boast of unctiualled success.
Tho main forco of tho Ilulgarlun
army has beer, battling ngnlnzt the
last lines of defense nround Con
,.,. i.-i, uut, inasnuteh as It Is
said that tho allies tio not ci.rc for
that city, now that tho Interior towns
havo fallen, they nre froo to discuss
tho tonns of peoco.
Tho cost of tho nalknn War to
dato Is ostlmalul, In killed, to I
100.000 and wr.unded 120,000. Tho
monetary loss Is $28,000,000 This
Is tho forty-fifth day of tho wnr.
On igo two will bo found tho ad
dress of Mr. Jubtus Goebel before tho
County Judgoa at Frankfort last week,
Every citizen should read this ad
dress as It relates to tho financial
condition of tho stato and tho tnx
President Frest. as usual during his
absenco, wrlte3 an Interesting letter
for this wook'a issue.
Our Agricultural Page is teeming
with good things; also tho' Tcnchcr'
Thoso that aro reading tho con
tinued story, and overy ono should
road it, will find tho chapters of un
usual interest in this Issue. What
a splendid thing it would bo for tho
teachers to rend this story in week
ly Installmcnta to their children!
CONTENTS OF .THIS ISSUE
.Vows of tho Week.
Our Teachers Department.
Sunday School Lesson.
Eastern Kentucky News.
Spantth Premier Assassinated
Home of Commons In Riot New
Pact with Russia Ambasssdor
Bryce's Successor Chinese Want
SPANISH PREMIER SHOT
Tho Spanlsti Premier, Jose Cana
lajas, was ossaxslnatcd at Madrid,
last Tuesday, while on his way to
a cabinet meeting. Canalojas was the
most prominent Spaniard of tho
day and very popular among all class
es. At his funeral on tho following
day. It Is said that 250,000 people sat
with uncovered heads as a tribute
Tho deed was committed by n
young anarchist who tried to kill
himself nnd was thought to bo dead
until he was taken to a hospital and
slims of life wero found.
Tho Liberia! Ministry will continue
In power under the temiorary lead
ership of Maifluls l'rleto.
RIOT IN THE HOUSE OK COMMONS
Stormy, scenes are being witnessed
in tho English House of Commons,
tho Home Uulo Hill being tho cnuse,
Premier Asqullli's proposal last
Wedncdsny to rescind tho action of
tho body on Monday, which defeated
tho most Important flnanclnl fea
ture of tho Homo Uulo Hill, brought
on tho disturbance. Tho Unionists
refused to permit debato, and the
Seakor was compelled to adjourn the.
cession on account, of disorder. Tho
cabinet was Jeered and cnlled trai
tors nnd nnos and books were thrown,
Lo of which struck Winston Church-
Ill, u cabinet member.
It was thought for n whllo that,
owing to tho Government's being
outvoted, tho cabinet would resign,
but tho Premier has announced his
Intention to romaln In officco.
At tho suggestion of tho King, ln
tor, a compromise was effected, apol
ogies being offered.
TO SUCCEED AMBASSADOR
Tho successor of tho Hon James
Uryco, British Ambassador to tho
United States, who recently resigned,
Is to bo Sir Cecil Arthur Spring
like. Mr. Bryco has announced hla In
tention to devoto tho remainder of
his years to literature. Ho will likely
revise hla great work, Tho American
NEW TREATY WITH RUSSIA
It was announced from Washing
ton on tho 14th, that nn agreement
between tho United Stntes nnd Rus
sia, which Is to tako tho placo of
tho Commorclal Treaty of 1882, tho
abrogation of which will becomo ef
fective Jan. 21st, has been reached.
Tho exact naturo of tho agreement
has not yet been divulged.
WANT WAR WITH THE CZAR
A telegram from Peking, Nov. 10th,
declares that a popular uprising In
China demands that the President
doclaro war with Russia. So strong
Is tho Bontlment that It Is feared
tho Government will be overthrown
if tho President refuses to yield.
A PAID UP LIST
Last week wo announced our determination to put our mibscriii
lion list on a cash basin. Anil already letters are coming in commending
Tho date fixod upon which we shall begin to stop nil papers at
expiration, and drop those that aro in arrears, is Dec. 1st, and
until that dato, both by letters and by solicitation through the columns
of the paper, we shall urgo all of our renders to favor us by allowing
us to put them on the paid up list.
We nro sure it is going to work and that both wo and our sub
scribers will be happier, nnd thoso who like The Citizen will like it
oven bettor in tho future.
An stated Inst week, the paid up list is growing and has boon for
some timo, while tho unpaid list is constantly diminishing. And with
in the next ten days we hopo to be able to transfer practically all of
those whose subscriptions aro overdue, to the paid up lint.
Don't wait for a Utter.'
There aro five more issues of The Citizen beforo Jan. 1st, and
every new subscriber between this dato and tho 1st of Jan. may have
the paper for the remainder of this year and tho year 1013, for the
prico for ono year $1.00.
This applies to lx)th thoso who subscribe by letter and tho sub
scriptions soiit In by agents.
Last year a good many of our readers sent The Citizen to friends
ns a Christmas present. We hope they will do it again and that
many others may follow their example.
liemtmber that any ont sending the paper to four perton and
paying s in full for it gets his ami Subscription free for a year.
KEEPING HOUSE FOR US
The President-elect, Gov. Woodrow Wilson, has a new idea of
government, or rather he has a new form of expression for the old
idea. He says that the government should "keep house" for the
wliolo people. We like tho idea, and for the next four years shall
look upon him as our chief house-keeper. The following extract
from an article in the November Woman's Home Companion is an am
plification of the idea and is worthy the attention of every patriotic
"Every dollar that tho government spends ought to
bo spent us carefully as if tho resources of tho country
wero limited. Every dollar of expenditure ought to
menn something tlono or provided for the people.
Wasto is also weakness. Inetliclency brings confusion.
"It Is part of the new meaning of government,
therefore, that Its resources aro not to be put at the dis
posal of a governing class or of any limited set of gov
erning Influences, but that thono who exercise Its au
thority must 'keen house" for the whole people; must use
the money raised by taxes as if it were expended in
trust to produce tho best possible results in the order
ing nnd Humiliation of our life.
"It is an Interesting circumstnnce that government
Is becoming less and less a business for politicians;
tlmt minds and onergles of every kind are turning
toward It ns part of tho general enterprlhe of life. The
reason wo want our government to bo freo from every
kind of private or nnrrow control Is that wo want to have
Usee iihhv things than itwould seeif 1 1 served only nfow.
T1ioh who conduct It ought to havo a vision of a nation
itself ought to bo sensitive lo Impulses from every quar
ter. The statesman should sltdown with tho philanthro
pist, with thennglneer.wltli the forest expert, with the
student of soils and agricultural method, with masters
of technical and vocational education as well as with
financiers and lawyersnnd mnniifacturorHnnd merchants
nnd those whoso Interests have usunlly been at the cen
ter of policy. Though be cannot himself keep the life
of a nation ns a wliolo In his mind, ho can nt least make
sure that ho is taking counsel with those who know,
that his sympathies may be open upon overy side, and
that ho may seek to servo civilization nnd "humnnitv,
not a party or any selfish program."
LETTER FROM PRES. FROST
Through Winchester and Washington
to New York Berea College Trus
tees International Y. M. C. A.
Dear Readers of Tbo Citizen:
I seldom leovo Berea without re
gret, and tho thought of neighborly
calls which I had hoped to make.
And I never have pleasant experien
ces away from homo without longing
to share tliem with homo friends.
Mrs. Frost and I started on our
Eastern trip, Monday noon, 3lr. Tay
lor belug a fellow passenger ns far as
Winchester. As usual wo found num
erous former students of Berea on
In Winchester wo wrote letters
back to Berea to have things we had
forgotten sent after us, and I finished
writing tho main points In my report
for tho Trustees. At night wo visit
ed tho moving picture show, nnd tool'
tho train East at i): 10 p. m. It Is
a short night as one travels eastward,
as tho sun rises earlier at tho place
whero wo aro in tho morning. We had
a long day on tho train finding sever
al pleasant traveling companions, In
cluding Ex-Congressman W. G. Hun
ter, and U. 8. Sonator. Paynter, Wash
ington was reached an hour late,
but wo found a convenient train
and reached Now York at 9 p. m. ar
riving at tho New Pennsylvania sta
tion, a marvel of stone and Iran con
struction. Wo went directly to the
Now York Central station nnd Mrs.
Frost was sent on tor a second night's
travel to Boston, whllo I found a
room nt the Hotel Manhattan, No,
538 on tho tenth story,
Wedneeday was appointed for a
meeting of tho Berea College Trus
tees at the rocms of tho Aldlne
Club. There wero present tho Now
York trustees, Dr. J. Cleveland Cady,
J. R. ROgors, Wm. D. Embree, Esq.,
Harvey E. Flsk, and Rov. Percy S.
rant, I). D., together with Mallon
from Cincinnati, Barton from Chica
go, Thomson from Louisville, John
son from Boston, Burnam from Rich
mond, and tho President, two more
tnan tno number required for a
quorum, tub business of such a
Board, with tho caro of a College,
a Normal School, practically two
Academics, a group of Vocational
Schools, and a Foundation School, Is
Thursday night 1 attended the an
nual supper cf Uie International "t
M. C. A. and met many old friends,
Including, "Mr. McMillan who Is
great admirer of our Dr. Raine, and
Mr. Noah Rogers, a kinsman cf
Father Rogers of Berea. The Y. M.
C. A. Is organizing for more attfn
tlon to Homo Mission work.
Friday I spent with Dr. Cady over
tho plans of "Faith Hall," tho new
dormitory for tho Vocational Girls
who can only bo In Berea for tho
Winter mid Spring Terms. Giving
jthem a hall by themselves may en
able us to set apart Gilbert Cottago
as a headquarters for young ladles cf
tho Normal Department, a few of
them, Just as scmo of tho Founda
tion School glrlo have headquarters
nt Boono Cottngo.
Friday night I came to Boston
whero 1 am to sioalc Sunday morn
ing with Dr. Ccnrad, and at night
bo with Dr. Johnson, botli of whom
aro well known in Bere.a
My great impression on this trip
is that tho world is filling up, Thcro
wero nover such crowded trains,
streets and hotels. It Is all beauti
ful and exciting, but I prefer a small
town or tbo country.
Yours for tho Mountains,
Wm. Goodell Frost.
STOVES a RANGES
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Exclusive agent for "The Foster Line"
Cat Rates on Comforts and" AU Wool Blankets
"THE FURNITURE MAN"
Are right here in the dvcrtUag
column of this paper.
If what you're selling hu merit,
Aa id. will sell it for you.
UNITED STATES NEWS
Prelident Elect Wilson Announce
for Extra Session President Taft
Contented Roosevelt Qets Cat.
Panama Canal Soon to be Com
pletedCanal Rates are Fixed Mt.
McKlnley Scaled Fatal Railroad
AN EXTRA SESSION OF CON
GRESS President Elect Wilson, on tho
eve of his departure for a month's
vacation in Bermuda, last Friday, set
nt rest tho clamor among tho Demo
crats for an extra session by acced
ing to tho demands of the leaders.
His statement Is as follows:
"I shall call Congress together In
extraordinary session not later than
CALIFORNIA IN ROOSEVELT
The canvaw-Ing of tho California
vote, which has progressed during
the week, gives tho Colonel suffi
cient gains to land tho state in his
column by something less than one
Tho electoral vote now seems to
stand, Wilson 429; Roosevelt 90; Tart
Numerous Irregularities are claim
ed for Los Aujeles County. A contest
is threatened, and, If the claims aro
substantiated, tho state may yet go
At the dinner of tho Lotus Club
In New York City, President Taft,
Saturday night, mado one of the
happiest speeches of his career, laugh
ing at the outcome of tho election
and toasting his successor. Incident
ally ho declared for a six year term
with no re-election for the Presi
dency, and suggested that the cabi
net ought to be admitted to the floor
of the Senato and House.
His chief regret for his administra
tion, he says. Is that ho failed to
secure tho ratification of tho arbitra
Continued oil pge fire
IN OUR OWN STATE
"Uncle Joe" DownedbyaKentuckian
The New Appellate Court Judge
Extra Session of Legislature Pre
dicted -Dolan and Maupln Admitted
to Bair Arrested, Charged with
Train Wrecking State Arboretum
Courier in New Quarter.
CANNON BEATEN BY A KEN
TUCKIAN Thero has been much comment
about tho fact that Uncle Joo Can
non, former speaker of tho House ot
Representative!:, was defeated in his
race fop re-election to tho United
States House ot Representatives, but
not so much has been said relative
to another fact, that Is, that Hon.
Frank T. O'Halr, his successful op
ponent, Is a natlvo Kentuckton and
a Kentucky mountaineer, having
been born In Wolfe County.
NEW JUDGE OF COURT OF AP
PEALS Tho successful candidate for judgo
of tho Court of Appeals In the 7th
district Is tbo Hon C. C. Turner ot
Mt. Sterling. Judge Turner is 49
years of ago and a Democrat. Ho
was admitted to the bar beforo he
was twenty-ono years of ago, and
has been a very successful lawyer.
Like many other Democratic candi
dates in the recent election, Judgo
Turner's success Is due to the divi
sion of Republican strength, Hon.
John D. White, the Progressive re
ducing Judgo Klrk'a vote.
ACCUSED OF WRECKING TRAIN
John Blackwell was arrested sever
al days ago at Paris, charged with
causing the derailment of a north
bound express train, Friday night,
the ah, at Bedford, In which Engin
eer, Jas. Lemon, was killed, tho fire
man seriously injured, and several
passengers badly shaken up and
ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM
Thos. F. Doluu, convicted of man
slaughter in tho Fayette Circuit
Court affcr three trials, which result-
Cootliiuf J on rage Five
NOW IS THE TIME
to see us about your Rool. Winter will be here,
soon. Orders are coming in fast. The price ol
steel is advancing rapidly. The Best Time is
Right Now. Drop us a card in order to get you
on our list.
Berea School of Roofing
HENRY LENGFELLNER, Mgr.
We have the goods the quality of workman
ship and the right price. $5.00 per square for a
roof worth $6.00 to $7.00 is cheaper than $4.00
for a roof worth only $3.99. Just like your Gal
vanized fence so your Galvanized Roofing will
rust if you get the cheap kind