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BEREA PUBLISHING CO.
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Our Threefold Aim: T g
th Nwt of Berea and Vlctaltyj
To Record th Happening of
Berea College; To bo of Intoroot
to all the MounUIn People.
five Cento Ter Copy
BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FEBRUARY 16, 1922 One Dollar and Fifty CenU Per Tear
What Shall Be International
Law Is the Issue to Be
UNDER LEAGUE CF NATIONS
Detenrttnation of Code an Important
Function ef Permanent Court of
Juatice; te Meet February 1
Veuure of Public Opinion.
The Hague, rVb. i:t. iMertiiliiHihm
of what shall constitute Intcniiitloiuil
law will Im- one of the most iiiiMirtniil
functions if I In- permanent court l
Justice, set up ihhI.t the nusphea ni
Ihe !Hi!Ui of Nations, which Is
holtl Ita lirl public meeting In Hie
pence xilae r e'ruary l.'i.
1'lila waa wade clear ly Judge Mm
IIuImt, iiiftnl r (if the court. Ill un
Interview with n correspondent, hi
firm public IwlHriit'on imi the subject
aim1 hie arrival here.
Judji lluber emphasized llinl t tie
new cimrt larked nil around compul
sory Jurisdiction, ami could act only
when the lltlrMiit state agreed to sub
mil IhHr disputes to It.
Wants Parliament to Act.
To thjs rud he said It waa hwpiiIIiiI
tlmt public pinion triii prissstire In
beur oh the purlliimiMita f Ihe acvcnil
countries m tlmt the bitter would
adi4 thla course f settlement.
It was fur the court ti niake out
what wan International law. and II
waa lit thla itnnilii that the court's
Jnrlaprudetice would have It r ": 1 1 .-it
Importance. a means of codifying
the lawa nf nation.
The Judicial decisions ami the teach
ing of the highest qualified publicists
In the various miilona would he tiil-en
Into irraiinl. hut only Imitative
and not aa decisive factors
In Interpreting '. Judge lluber
continued, the court wnnM not merely
.he guided the letter, hut hy t u
mane eanm.ernthn. like liny other
Plana Aid to Progreia.
Judge IIuIht added:
The court's future scope or nr.n.ii
BOWLING GREEN WOMAN DI8
APPEARS IN BEDROOM
Relative Fear She Froxe or Waa
Mr. Iva Flliiton Huffman, a mil
liner, of Bowline; Green, left San
dfly night at 7 o'clock. She had been
suffering from a nervous breakdown
nee early fall and had been delirl
ima at tim.a. She left in her bed
room ilippera, without a cloak, and
only a acarf over her head.
It ia feared that she froze to death
In tho nlht or waa drowned In the
city reaorvolr or Barren Rarer, which
are bclne; dragged.
A poaae of thirty-flvo offlceri and
cftizrna acarchod the city during the
DANVILLE OFFICERS ARREST
BOOTLEGGERS AND HOLD
Several arreata have been made by
cty and county officers in Danville on
hootleirjrera and moonehineti during
he laat week.
Sunday morning Deputy Sheriff
Jeiiao W. Overatreet followino; a tip
that a party of two nefrroet and a
white man would pass thru Perry
ville with aome moonshine whUky,
Mr. Overatreet raptured, the three in
Perryville when they stopped to get
a tire fixed. He arreated George
Rprry and Geortre Mevire, both ne
pmea, and Henry Jordan White, and
captured twenty gallons of moon
ahire whisky, which was In the, car
they were driving.
The city police, working with Uni
ted Stntes Marshal J. E. Bash, ar
rested five alleged wgri bootleggers
in Danville Inst week.
111 Ni i
y 1 -
LIFE OF GREENSRURG MAN IS
As a result of the activity of T. Z.
Iachman of Greenburg, Ky., in hav
ing several men arrested, who were
accutsed of being drunk, Mr. Leach-
MAY USE BOND
! issue m BONUS
LEADERS NOW PROPOSE TO DIS
CARD TAXATION PLAN TO
Opposition of Agricultural and Finan
cial Lobbies In Capital Said to Have
Caused Hasty Abandonment of fax
Plan For Ralefhg Money.
By. i. R. Rohertaon, Profeaaor
History and Political Sciene
. Berea Collet
Waahliigtnii. Facing the opiMislthw
of all HKiieiilturiil, Imlnsirlnl and fin
nm'liil lirfidlea In Wunhlnirton, lemlin
members of the Semite Klnnnee Com
mittee nnil tho IIouMe Ways nnil Means
Coimnlttee lire prepnrel to ilrop the
ellit resources protMistnf to obtain
money for a World War veteran bo
After a Joint conference menihera
of the two cinnmfUeea til 'aoiind 'out
Andrew W. Mellon, Secretary of the
Treasury, on a proposal to Issue Gov
ernment bonds redeemable at any
time, hut I'mltetl to five years, on
which the Interest would not he more
than 4 per cent to obtain the fund.
Thla profiusul wits presented to
President Harding, ut the W-hlte
House, it was leurnM, by Cbnlrmun
Joseph W. Kordney, of Miclilgnn, of
the V41.vs and Menus Committee;
Hepresentjitlve Nicholas lmgworUi, of
Cincinnati : Senator Porter .1. Mct'uin
ber, of North lmkota, I'lmlrjnan of the
Kiiume Committee and Senator Used
SiniHit, of I'tnh. Frtni ime aoun-e It
waa learned that the President is In
clined to favor this alternative and
that he also will go over the proposal
with Necretary Mellon. These foar
men acree that the bonds can be
marketed, but Mr. Mellon ban held
that a laa-e Issue of bonds auld or
guaranteed by i his (Government would
upset the rehabilitation of Industry.
This Is the most drastic about-face
that bonus proponents have made
Altho tho relations between Mexico
and the United States are still some
what strained and recognition of tho
new government has not yet (onto
about, there is reason to believe that
conditions south f the Rio Grand
are improving rapidly. Business is
springing up, railroad are being Im
proved, schools are being opened for
the education of the people. Recent
ly the President gava evidence of an
intention to redqre, if not to destroy
entirely the liquor business by pro
hibiting the planting of the maguey
plant It seems that this form of
cactus, from which the "pulque," or
drink of the people, is made, has
life of only seven years, and if it
khould not be renewed would gradu
11 -1 J. T a ... , I ' 1 - A
any uie out. in lime me nauns ui
the people would be Improved and
the disf rderjy element in the popula
tion decrease. Mexico will not have
an .18th amendment but what doe
it matter if her President's order re
sults the same?
... ennrt.v F-kminr 12. markedi Now we are engaged In a great
the 113th year since the birth of the Civil War.'test'ng whether that na-j since serious ennaiderath.n of meat.
world's Abraham Lincoln. Time is I tion, or any nation so conceived and of revenue was begun n1
the test of a man's greatness. One.;- dedicated. n . lot en .lure W.j 'nK2
Abraham Lincoln belonged to iven- are m . Kr . H ,pnbt,ive nl an has inundated Con-
I jrrese, uuu inni u mo prcsnuic is vo-
tinued that the whole plan may oe
PIUS XI CROWNED POPE
n, B we are here, ready at nil tame . tne r&im where he and
to do our hent In furtherance of hit- ,i(ring
man .rorres and hnpp'nesa- I Veal- j
mlam In IhU rnviM la neinne mm
deetruillve I for one. am an opti
mist" Judce Hldrik Nyholm of Ix-nmnrk
expresseil h. llef that Ihe Jmlr- onsht
to act, and not talk, but In cminectlnn
with the npeii'iiir of the new court be
culled attention to the fact that Ihe
rnlted Ktat.-s Supreme court, estab
lished In IT!, only became operative
three year tiller.
"It mlrht take the International
court even longer." he SHld. "hut pa
tience must not i-e lost.
t.wb., Ka hAinneH to th North, war. Ve have come to dedicate a
once he belonged to America, but the, portion of that field as a final rest
years have rolled on and now Abra- ing plac for those who here gave
man. lif and that of tva wife has' nam Lincoln stands elTu'irent. a char-' their lives that that nation might
l ecn threatened. He is a fcod mer-! .ctcr of the world "A Man of the1 live. It is altogether fitting and
rnnnt In nrnr.iirr rifi th tmiirtV1 Arm. I proper that we should do this.
' I a. 1 . .a a.uIJ UiUk Im-
started when someone attempted to I The following extract from an ad- But tn a larger sense we canmn. ancient v,uom m..v ..... ...
Home. Plus XI. was crowned Pope
In Ui basUiai of St. Peter aniid
scenes of pomp and enthusiasm and in
the presence of Princes and dignitar
ies of the chnrch, the diplomatic rep'
re-entiitlves of foreign countries, mem
ber of the Koiiiiiii aristocracy and a
vast usseinliluKe tillliii: the great structure.
The ancient custom was carried out
with impressive ceremonies, and the
newly elected Pontiff now occupies the
should not be overrated, l-ul all J can j throw a bri. k thru the window of j dress delivered at Springfield, 111., by dedicate we cannot corsecrate we
Abraham Lincoln when he was z ,. nwouw ui Kulu.
year old, U appropriaU to thi daybrninjiTv; nd dead, who
when disretrard for law has become trugKled here have consecrated it
rampant In many parts of our coun-jfar above our poor power to add or
detract The world will little note
I know the American neonle are' nor long remember, wnai we say
. ... r k...A V.1 1 f if r-1: n tiav., r(Tof what
much attacnea to ineir wovernmcnii t .v, ..
UNCLE KILLS NEPHEW
At Buffalo Creek, in Perry county,
Georre Mairee, .15 years old, shot and
instantly kil'ed Willinm Woods, 21, . . . ,, - . - they did here. It is for us, the liv
his nephew, in a drunken altercation, ju , knoV(P they woul(1 endure inc. rather, to be dedicated here to
it is alleged. ' cvils ,onff ftrd patictltiy before they the unfinished work which they who
mage was arresu-u anu laaen v.; wmj.j cvtp thjnk of ex..nnnKin(r it for fought here thus lar so noDiy aa
,,p '"" another yet notwithstanding all vanetd. It is rawer lor us w DethP(,nP , the first Pope reiwrted to
this, if the laws be continually dis-ihere aeuicateo. w me great wsk re-, Duve ie,.n crowned. Leo III., who reign-
Hnrard' for a hearing,
foreman of the J. P. Gorman Coal
Company. ,H-H and desnised. if their riirhts maining before us that from these e, fPon, 73:, to 810.
Woods came from West Virginia . .pcure in their persons and honored dead we take increased de-
I ( iL. ! I . . L - a M . .ua..
property are held by no better tenure; vouon 10 mav cause ior u
than the caprice of a mob, the alien-' Kve the last full measure of deyo-
1 and was employed in the mines.
Debate On Treaties
Washington. Senate debate on1 the
The new Pope Pius XI has gone
thru the ceremony of being crowned
under the dome of St Peter Cathe
dral. The whole of the basilica was
crowded with people and many mora
on the outside who were unable to
get in. The papal blessing followed
the crowning, and the whole Catho
lic world was happy. The new Pop
has expressed a regret that the
American Cardinals could not be
present and much affection for the
American people, especially because
of their services during the war.
The presence of . American Cardinals
probably would not have altered the
result but it seems reasonable that if
American Catholic are to have Car
dinals at all they ought to have a
voice in so important a matter as the
election of a Pope. Pius XI assert
that he will not give up the tradi
tional claims to the papal lands, bat
will seek to reach an understanding
with the government of Italy, and
there is hope of a better feeling.
Th Washington Conference i now
a thing of the past The seven trea
t;es are signed by the delegate and
are now to go for ratification to
the countries concerned. President
Harding has already submitted them
to the Senate and in the speech made
on that occasion he urged the rati
fication of all the treaties, suggest
ing the naval disarmament treaty
for first consideration. A part of
the Senate, however, desire to con
sider the Four Power Alliance first
and there are some sign of discord
apparent It is hardly believable
FIRST TAYLOR CASE ARRFST
Walter Thle'e's Cap May Fin-ir In
Myatary Mabel Normand Q i
tionrd and C'aartd
Los Angeles. !.. Feb. I t - '
who, the police sln'ed. n ' '" 'h
U be material witness In the Wl'
iiun. IVsmond Taylor murder . Jm
been arreted Here. Thla Is the llr-l
arrest m the case. Walter Thb 1".
twenty five years of age. who said he
was bom In aland and lnd been in
Loa Angele for a year, was hooked
t the city Jull on chargea of carrying
a concealed weapon and suspicion of
burglary. I Hiring th questioning of
Mabel Normand by District Attorney
Wool wine four llce detect Ives t.mk
Into the conference a cup rcport.il to
have been worn by Thlele at the time
of hi arret
Mabel Normand lia emerged tri
umphant from a three-hour nerve
racking questioning conducted by
Matrlet Attorney Wmilwlne. She
passed hrough the ordcnl without
once rontniillcllng herself or changing
her alory. At the conclusion of the
examination Ihe district attorney for
mally announ-Hl lhat. while he might
be mistaken, bis Impression waa that
Mia Normand could throw no light on
the mysterious slaying nf Taylor and
was eager to gle the authorlllea ev
ery assistance her physical condition
JILTED GIRL SHOOTS SELF
Mi Ruth Erickson of Chicago Say
Son of Wealthy insurance
Man Tlrd f Htr.
Chicago, Feb. 13. Ml Ruth Brick-twenty-one.
hot and erlnuly
......nded herself a waa rolling
through Lincoln purk In an uromo.
bile. Wl ""'v nle- twrr'"" asiiirr,
sou of wealthy Insurance man. who
was driving the uiachln. had told her
s moment previously their lovt affair
w at an nd-
MAN KILLED ON CLARK S RIVER' aton of their affections from the
that we here highly resolve treaties framed Anu. ttor-1 the work of th- conference wiU
Burton ronn,non. wno was, - ' in v,inth.t thi8 nation, unUer God. "''?' k. Korliirn Itelutlon Conv
shot in a haltie neiween omcrn an.. fc.ii !,.. . Kirth of freedom: ' .V J. ..... .... ...... i... i...f
'-' - j niitiee, w in u um uic huh..- . -
moonshiners near the mouth of
Clark's river, McCrarkcn county,
died Monday. Feb. 13. Five houseboats
with 100 gallon of whifky were cap
tured. Officers believe they will wipe
nut illicit traffic on .the Tenessee
river and tributaries In that neighborhood.
I . . . . I I I I 1 1 a 1 III. U " . " .FA. ' - I . .
Burton Worthing. 42. who was! Government is the natural conse-; ne- " .! ! " T.
pirou III lb. aiio a iniucii, I Bfjccvu
was a good one, and it may become
one of the most notable in American
history. Lord Balfour, of England,
in departing, referred to the meeting '
as the moat important one ever held.
and Admiral Kato, of Japan, left
behind words of commendation hard
ly less strong. The next few week
wjll bV full of interest to those con
cerned with far-reaching measure
for the world's welfare.
"Here then ia one po'"t from! and that government of the people, j lt- Mu,.n uiyatery Is attached here to
,K!.-b ,lln..r 'most evnected. ! by the people, and for the people, recall of the Chinese delegates to
"The question recurs, 'How shall j "h" no P1 from the arth
we fortify against it?'
"The answer i simple. Ut every ukiaiw iiaicb
American, every lover of liberty,
t et. iz,
PARIS, KY., Feb. 13 FTcd Firtet,
Frank Santen, Ed and John Woods,
of Taris, escaped serious injury Mon
day night when the automobile in
which thev were riding to Lexington
to attend the banquet of the Knights
of Columbus wa struck by a ma-
chin driven by French Williams,
negro, of Claysville.
BOURBON COUNTY MAN SIIOT
Calvert Meng, farmer of Burbnn
county, who resides in Taris, was
thqt just below the left shoulder
Monday morning by David Christo
fer, a tobacco tenant on hi farm, at
the Tari warehouse of the Bourbon
Tobacco Warehouse Company. The
shooting followed an altercation be
tween,' th two men concerning the
rent of th house in which Mr. Chris
tofer was living.
MASON COUNTY CONTEST
Th contest cas between A. M.
Jauuary, Republican, now County
Clerk of Mason county, and James
J. Owens, Democrat, defeated for
that office, wa to b heard at a pe
cial term of th Mason Circuit Court
which opened at Mayvill with
Judg W. C. Talbert presiding. It ts
expected that th hearing will require
at least two week.
every well-wisher to hi posterity
swear by the blood of the Revolution
never to violate In the least particu
lar the laws of the country, nd never
to tolerate their violation by others.
A the patriots of "76 did to the sup.
port of the Declaration of Independ
ence, and so to the support of the
constitution and laws, let every
American pledge hi life, hi prop
erty, nd hi acred honor let every
man remember that to violate th law
i to trample on th blood of hi
father, and to tear the charter of his
own and children' liberty.
"Let reverence for the law be
breathed by every American mother
to the lirping babe that prattle on
her lap; let it be taught in schools,
in seminaries, and in colleges; let it
be written in primers, in pellit.g
book, and in almanac; let it be
preached from- the pulpit, proclaimed
in legislative halls, and enforced in
court of justice. And, in short, let
it become the political religion of
the nation; and let the old and the
young, rich and poor, th grave and
the gay of all sexes and tongue and
color sacrifice unceasingly upoa its
1809 Born in Hardin
County, Ky. I
j April 21, 1832 Elected Captain of
company raised at Kictuana, in.,
for service in the Black Hawk war.
1833 Appointed postmaster of New
Salem and held the office for
1834 Waa elected a member of the
Illinois) Legislature and waa re
elected in 1836, 1838 and 1840, af
ter which h declined further elec
tion. 1835 Began the practice of law in
Springfield, 111, in partnership with
John T. Stuart
1846 Elected a member of Congress
and on the expiration of hi term
was not a candidate for re-election.
the Arm Conference- by the Peking
(.overnment. Denial by Dr. elllngton
K00, Chinese Minister to London, and
the only one of the thre delegate la
Washington at this time,' that there
was anv serlou Iniixtrt to the recall.
has not dulled speculation in otttclai
Strike in Cotton Milt
IlOKtoii. Mas. Urgaiilat d opecutiv
In cotton mill employ lug 21,000 tuuids
In New Hampshire and, Massachuse
will go on strike In protest ugainst a
wage reductlou of 20 per cent. innciaiB
of the textile unions with which the
loculs ar sibilated assert that the
mills ar weJl organlz-ed. Approxi
mately 8,000 operative la Khod Is
lam! textile plant have been oa strike
for the last three weeks ia protest
ugain4 wae cuts.
Mexican BandiU Active
Mexico t'ity. An armed band of
mounted men. aid to have btssn under
184S -Offered the governorship of the the leadership of former Colonel Buv
Territory of Oregon by President tllloa. held up the oil camp or im r
at the Dedication of the
Cemetery in Gettyburg, Novem
ber 19. 1863).
Four scor and seven year ago
our father brought forth upon this
continent a new nation, conceived of
liberty, and dedicated to the propo
sition that all man ar created equal
Taylor, which he declined.
1854 Began a aerie of earnest po
litical discussions on th repeal of
the Missouri compromise and the
! i8.r.H Commenced his erie of pub-
lie discussion with Senator Doug-i
las on the slavery question, which
established bis reputation as on of
the loading orator of the Republi
May 18, 1860 Nominated by the Re
publican convention at Chicago for
Nov. 6, 1860 Elected President of
the United State.
Mnnh 4, 1861 In hi iinaugural if-
dress treated the act of secession
as a nullity.
April 13, 1861 President Lincoln Is-
(Coatlnued a Pag Eight)
onu. at Chljol, near Tamplco.
Blown Into Ohio; Drowns
llollair, Ohio. lUwn from the
deck of the Bcuwood-Uellalre ferry
boat, John It Hutchinson, 70 years old.
drowned In the Ohio lUver here.
WEEKS ORDERS ARMY CUT
Washington. Rigid review by the
Insecior General of all War Depart
ment activities iu Washington to de
termine how many of approximately
1,100 otlicera uu duty here cau b-
inade available for service with troops
or In establishing the organised (re
serve teni Ima been ordered by
beci-ciary John W. Week. With va
rious j'Wt wur agencies completing
their At oik. It Is believed that from
on lo ;ni otlicers uiay be ubtulned for
servhe in Ihe t 1 i - ar,-;i.
The Irish question seemed in a fair
way to be settled, but Valera ha
once more appeared upon the cen
and is carrying on a campaign of
opposition to the treaty. Larg mas
meeting are held against recogni
tion of the Engl'sh King. There I
a large part of Ireland's population
which i ignorant and excitable and
readily assent to his appeal. Va.
lera, in a recent meeting of the In
ternational Irish League, in Paris,
was elected President of the League.
It include Irishmen from all coun
tries and seek to restore the Irish
language, literature and trad tion.
In its deliberations it pledged itself
to a Free Ireland, not necessarily an
Independent Ireland. Valera eem
to consider Independent and fre a
equivalent Lover of peace and or
der cannot feel that agitation at thl
time is a wise policy for Ireland or
N only doc the Bolshevist re
gime continue its hold on Russia, but
it is slowly working its way Into
Asis. Under the direction of Lenin,
oriental institute hv been founded
at Moscow, Tashkend, and other place
to train up propagandist for spread
ing th Bolshevist idea. Th Mo
hammedan populations did not tak
kindly to th teaching, but th
(Continued ea Pag Eight)