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February 16, lit
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A. J. BEVERIOGE PROBABLY WILL
CONTEST INDIANA PRIMARIES
WITH HARRY S. NEW.
MARSHALL MAY BE NOMINEE
Former Vic President Likely to Be
Democratic Candidate Three Ohio
Republican Seek Chance to Enter
the Lieu Againet Senator Pomerene,
By EDWARD B. CLARK
Washington. Campaigns fur spate
In the t ill ted Stale senate lu num
ber of states already have bt-Kun. Sev
eral senator whose terms of office
expire next March are taking leaves
of absence in order to mart campaign
work In their bailiwicks. '
It Is poHslhle tli at the sharpest In
terest, so far as Washington Is con
cerned, center's In the seuutorlal cam
paigns In Ohio. Indiana and North
Dakota. In Indiana the two Republi
cans who probably will contest for
senatorial nomination In the primaries
which are to be held In May are a
present senator, Harry S. New, and a
former senator, Albert J. Beverldge.
Mr. Beverldge has been - making
speeches on non political subjects for
some time and therefore has kept him
self well before the people. Senator
New has been one of the close sup
porters of the present administration,
which, while not saying so, Is supposed
to be In sympathy with his desire to
Washington gossip has It that the
Indiana Democrats will nominate
Thomas K. Marshall, former vice pres
ident of the United States, to contest
the senatorial election with whichever
f the two Hepuhllcan candidates man
ages to win out In the primaries. It
further Is said that If Mr. Marshall
hall hucc4i In beating htn Republi
can opponent for the senate, a cam
paign will he started at once by some
politically strong Democratic elements
to secure for Mr. Marshall the party's
omlnatlon for the presidency In 1924.
Ohio Campaign Is Interesting.
The Ohio senatorial cumpaign will
be watched with a good deal of inter
est by the I'resident of the United
States. There are three Republicans
who, It Is said, are quite anxious to
secure their party's nomination In or
der to enter the lists aitainat the Demo
cratic inndldate. In the Semite today
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Ohio has one Democratic and one Re
publican setiMor. The term of the
former, Mr. I'onierene, will empire next
March. He hopes to succeed himself.
The main campaign Issues have not
yet framed themselves, hut Mr. I'ome
rene. it Is said, will make use of an
Issue which Is said to have been of
service to him once before large
' Representative In congress, Simeon
D. Kess, who has been re-elected chair
man of the Republican congressional
campaign committee. Is certsln to be
a candidate for the Republican nomi
nation In Ohio for the senate. It Is
hinted that Walter F. Brown, who In
1912 managed the Bnll Moose cam
paign of Theotfore Roosevelt In Ohio,
possibly niay be a second candidate.
Mr. Brown, who supported President
Harding In the last campaign, was
appointed by him as chairman of the
committee which has In hand the work
of reorganizing the federal govern
It is held possible In Washington
,thst Nicholas Longworth of Cincinnati
may be a third candidate for the sen
ate In the Republican primaries. He
Is a son-in-law of the late Theodore
Roosevelt and there are those in Wash
ington who think that Mr. Longworth,
If he does not withdraw from the con
test, may give his opponents some
Gronna May Oppose McCumber.
In North Dakota Senator Porter J.
McCumber will atrive to retain his
seat In the United States senate.
Washington does not seem to be defi
nitely lixed In Its mind yet as to the
most likely Republican' opponent that
Mr. McCumber must meet, but It is
supposed to be A. J. Gronna, who has
served In the senate before this time.
Setintor McCumber recently was
chosen by the Republicans of the sen
ate to succeed Boies Penrose as chair
man of the committee on finance. This
is a powerful post and as Republicans
In Washington view It the fact of Its
power will not be lost on the voters of
Henry Cabot Lodge, who has been
In the senate for so many years that
many men have forgotten when he
came here, must stand for re-election
next fall. It la said that Mr. Lodge Is
not worrying much about the out
come. Other states Id which senatorial elec
tions are to be held are: Arizona.
Callfornln. Connecticut, Delaware.
Maine, Maryland. Michigan, Minne
sota, Missouri, Montana. .Nebraska,
Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New
York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island.
Tennessee. Texas, I'tuh, Vermont, Vir
ginia. Washington. West Virginia. Wls
conxlii and Wyoming.
riculture. Public Speaking.
NORMAL SCHOOL Education, Psychology,
Mathematics, Science, English. Drawing,
Play and Games, Recreation, Weaving,
Cooking and Nutrition, History, Rural Soci
ology. ACADEMY History . Algebra, Geometry, Phys
ics, English, Latin.
VOCATIONAL SCHOOL-Commerce, Home
Science, Agriculture, Stenography, Type
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OUCtt tUEN WOl A UAU VJUO NMOX WlVtV?
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Hopee From Farm Conference.
Membership In the nntlohal ngrlcnl
tnrnl conference which has cloved Its
session In Washington was nhn par
tisan In Its character. The govern
merit officials hope that the recciinmcn-
datlofis made by the conference will
bear the fruit Intended and that eco
nomic conditions In the agricultural
Industry may be Improved to the sat-
Isfuctlou of every man whose llvlm.
comes from the soil.
Of course the hope for results gipe
far beyond the oue thought of prosper
ity for the farmer. It includes a desire
that all atliliated industries shall pros
per, and that agriculture, fundamen
tally the most Important Industry, shall
prove to be not ouly Its own upbuilder
but the upbuilder of all other busiueaa
structures with which It has direct or
The call for the conference was
voiced by Secretary Wallace of the Ie
parttneut of Agriculture, II told the
administration of the necessity for
such a conference, but the chances are
that the President had felt the neces
sity aforetime. Agriculture has been
a source of worry to the Republicans
ever since they came Into full power
In the government.
Representative Sydney Anderson of
Minnesota is the chairiuau of the con
gressional Joint commission of agrku'
tural Inquiry. In speaking to the rep
resentatives at the conference be said
there never has been a time when there
was more public misunderstanding of
what tins been done and what It Is pos
sible to do to meet the agricultural sit
uation than there Is today. This In ef
fect was the opening sentence of Mr.
Anderson's address. It expressed a
simple truth which everybody knows,
and the conference was called to clear
up the situation which he outlined.
Sectional Suspicion in Congress.
There can be uo hiding the fact that
the Republicans hope that out of this
conference something will come whlcU
may help to solve the agricultural
puzzles which are now confronting con
gress. There never was exactly the
same kind of a situation. In house and
senate as exists there today. The east
ern Republican suggests something and
cannot get even momentary considera
tion for It. because iiistuntly It Is sus
pected that because the proposer Is
from the Kust his proposal can have
no good In It. The thing can be taken
In reverse, for if a middle westerner,
atliliated with or sympathetic with the
so-called farmers' bloc, shall make a
proposal, the Kast Is suspicious of it
because it comes from a man whose
outlook is over a part of the Missis
Of course the membership In the ag
ricultural conference represented all
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UOSr EVSNSOCN'S COT A
pints of I lie country, hut the cUIlculty
Is (hat the Interests are conflicting. In
a way the conference represented the
various thoughts on agricultural prob
lems that are being voiced In house
and senate, the thoughts of men who
look at things from different geograph
This conference was called to find
some means to Increase the money In
come of the farmers of the Ulnted
St.ites. The small farmer Is making
less money, than the laboring man In a
big city who hapeiia to be employed.
Something must be done to give the
farm r a fair reward for his Ishor, for
hi risks and for his willingness to re
main a farmer, for If be quite his Job
the country will starve.
Farmers Growing Indignant.
In 1U-U it Is said thut the farmer
received for his labor and for his risks,
and for everything else which men
tally or physically he put Into bis work,
less thuu one-half as much as be re
ceived eight years ago. Washlnglou
knows there Is Impatieuce, auxlety and
a goes! deal of Indlgliatiou lu the farm
bouses of the country.
It Is easy enough to understand tbe
whys and wherefores of the farmers'
bloc lu the Lulled States senate. To
day they are trying to compromise
matters between the so-called bloc and
the rest of the Republicans In the seu
ate. Whether or nut anything good can
come out of the compromise naturally
enough remains to be seen, but there
Is a hoe In the legislative halls that
the conference may develop something
which will remedy affairs. The Kepub
lliiius hoe that the situation in tbe
senate which Is causing the Repub
lican party much concern also may be
The congressional Joint commission
ou agricultural Inquiry divided its In
vestigations Into four divisions the
agricultural crisis and its causes;
credit, particularly agricultural credit;
traniportntltin ; marketing and distri
bution. The otimmlsslou already bus
made a report on the first two subjects
and it Is now gathering material for a
report upon the Inst iwo subjects.
Many Want to See President.
Spring comes early up the Potomac,
and no sooner is Its advance guurd In
evidence thuu sightseer iu hundred
come from ull p.ina uf the United
States to look Hie capital over, aud
muiliup lu shake the hand of tbe chief
executive of their country.
Musi of tiie visitors are much dis
appointed when they find they cannot
get Into what the more or less flip
pant ones call the "presence cham
ber." Now this does not mean that
the President of the United Stales is
not willing to shake the bauds of his
fellow ciii.eu and his fellow citizen's
wife, and to ak after the good folk
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LOCATION: Berea College is
beautiful little town of Berea.
dividing ridge between the Mountains and
the Blue Grass. The situation is admirably
adapted for summer study.
The spacious grounds, cool shades, pleasant
walks, and scenic drives are ideal for recre
ation and pleasure. A trip to Anglin Falls.
Brush Creek Caves, Boonesboro Fort and
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" will never be forgot
ten. The large library, comfortable class
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The Normal courses are on a
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, By Order of Prudential Committee. Berea College
at borne, but It means' simply that the
present President, like all Presidents
of the psst. Is an exceedingly busy
man, and that tbe dally callers from
here, there and everywhere are com
pelled to make up their minds to stay
over a day or two to seek the presi
dential hsndshake and the presidential
word. In line with all the others who
have come for tbe same purpose, for
certain times are set aside for tbe
presldentlsl greetings to thus who
come from hither snd yon.
The Presidents of the United Blstes
receive a great many visitors every
clay of their working lives, bnt vir
tually all of the visitors who Individu
ally are received are men on high busi
ness bent. Cabinet olllcera, senstora
and representative ordinarily) do not
have to make appointments to see tbe
THE RHYME OF "PISTOL JOHN"
"Sit down, sit down," said "Pistol1
"Sit down, sit down," said he, j
"Ard I will play you a game of cards i
All under the greenwood tree.
The winter hath no fears for me, I
Tho fields be cold and bare :
I glad my heart with the good 'moon-1
And the pine tree green and fair." ,
Now they have shuffled and cut the
And dealt out hands to three,
And they are playing a poker game
All under the greenwood tree.
"riay up, ploy op," said "Pistol
"I do not fear to lose,
For I am playing a winning game-
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It's money against your boose."
"You cannot win with a crooked
"You cannot win," said they;
"We've counted the cards for fifty
You've stolen the queen aad trey."
Now "PisbT'l John" hat drawn his gnm
To shoot them where they atand '
Now he is fleeing across the hill,
And dodging among the pinse
Now he is thinking upon his sins
Kaoh time that a bullet whinee.
Nvw he has won to the moantaia'a
Where Sturgeon glides beloss
With a frightful yell for the fear of
He leaps thru the falling mow.
His head hangs over the cold stream's
The edge of the cold grey stone,
The cat-fish scare at his cold black
And the crunch of his cracked Beck
The storm howls down from the val
The pine trees rave and roar
At the "moonshine still" behind tbe
The blue gun speak no mora,
Rustic This watch ye sold ma lass
week do Iom siiintliliik swfoL
f'heapjac-k- No. sir: It alnt the)
watch what's goln' slower. It's the
day Mbat's Kelt in' longer I Tlt-Blta.
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