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J VOL VII A family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 29 1805 One dollar a year NO2 II
IDEAS
Lea ft i to place value
Ho who wont IMI advised cant Iw
helpedWisdom
Wisdom in the start naves dill
appointment in the end
Its n wise man who can keep his
temper for any fool can lone it
Dont pitch your tent in the
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FROM THE WIDE WORLD
A coirmisftlon IIIIH IMJCII appointed
lllOlntodnt
at London to inquire into the South
African army stores scandal
Another reign of terror has boon
inaugurated at Lodz Hufuian Po
land The uumlierof killed and
wounded in the rioting is estimated
at 2000 The disturbances con
tinuo
President Roosevelt has ismied
ardent to diplomatic and consular
representative requiring n careful
performance of duties under the
Chinese exclusion act in onlor that
Chinttto travelers of the exempt
clauses may not IKJ subject to harfth
I treatment by immigration officers
The German prow exhibits great
irritation towards England which in
accused ofIL design to embroil
Franco and Germany in war In
view of tho relations existing lutweon
the Kaisers Government and that of
Great Uritainit in Intimated that
the former will abate Us demands
in the Moroccan matter
Since the proclamation cf martial
law at Lath the situation has iwcomo
quieter but scattered cases of rioting
continue nnd twelve persons were
killed yesterday by a patrol of
Moliliora Disorderly crowds are
thronging tho streets of Warsaw
and several fatal nlTrays have taken
place The agitation is spreading to
other towns nUll outbreaks of a
serious nature have occurred at
various places
IN OUR OWN COUNTRY
Firo in the wholesale district at
Cleveland destroyed property worth
100000Ordinance
Ordinance experts of the U S
army have decided that tho sixteen
inch gun from which NO much has
been exw < ctedj in not practicable us
tia weapon
W3J10IlTho
The resignation of Bishop liar
grove as president of tho Board of
Trustees of Vanderbill University I
was accepted by thu board and
Bishop Galloway of Mississippi was I
elected to the vacancy
Tho number of persons killed in
the wreck of tho Twentieth Century
Limited on the Luke Shore at Men
tor 0 Is now placed at nineteen All
the victims wore men and most of
Idthem wore prominent in thobusiuess
or professional world
The cighteenhour schedule of tho
Twentieth Century limited train on
the Lake Shorn toad between Ntow
York and Chicago was resumed June
20 President Newman says n
thorough inquiry Into tho Mentor
wreck shows Hint it was not caused
by tho speed of time train
According to n story from Now
York Chief Engineer Wallace of the
Panama Canal Commission has ro
signed his position under pressure
from the President and Secretary
Taft Tho resignation is said to have
followed several stonily sessions of
the Canal Board iu which radical
differences of opinion in regard to
the policy to bo pursued
President Roosevelt in n letter
addressed to Secretory Taft made
public Wednesday night Juno 21
directs tho dismissal of Minister
Bowen from tho diplomatic service
and arraigns Mr Howens conduct in
tho BoweuLoomis controversy na
reprehensible Mr Loomis is ox
onerated us the result of Secretary
Taftfl findings Tho President de
chores that BOWOHH explanation of
his conduct is inexcusable and shown
his entire unfitness for the service
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i COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY
The Kentucky Educational associa
tion held its annual meeting nt than
moth Cave Juno 10 20
A 25000 damage suit against the
L niulN railroad has been compro
Ruined nt HopkinsvHlo for 8250
Louisville is In tho fight to secure
tho next convention of them Interna
tional Sundayschool Union with
good prospect of success
Two sisters and ten nieces of the
t late Frank B Harper who were not
I provided for in his will filed suit con
I testing the instrument nt YoYsuillcH
yesterday The estate is worth nearly
S175000Freight
Freight Conductor William Catron
was killed Brakeman Red Orbo
badly hurt nnd several cars demolish
l ed iu n wreck on the Stony Fork
I 1division of tho L and N railroad
I near Middleaboro
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CHINA I3AS A BIG STICK TOO I
I Inspectors Enforcing the Exclusion ActHey Therel Hack to theI
Boat AU Chink Look Alike to Us
The SameAh Sir Please Be Seated While We Examine Your Pass
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CHINESE EXCLUSION
It Continues To Occupy the Attention
of the Celestials
Peking June 8The question ol
Chinese exclusion from the United
States continues chiefly to occupy tho
attention ot tho Chinese Tho extent
and depth of tha feeling manifested
astonished foreigners and la regarded
as an evidence of tho growth ot a na
tional sentiment of public spirit which
fvo years ago would hare been Incon
ceivable Among many Instances cit
ed as evidence of this It Is said that
a Chlucsa comprador has refused a
lucrative appointment with an Ameri
can company Advertisements ot Am
erican goods continue to bo refused
by tho native newspapers and letters
and telegrams from all parts of China
as well as from abroad aro being re
WlVftd urging Iho central government
to tnko a firm stand
Tho chief obstacle Is the question of
exclusion of coollos from Hawaii and
tho Philippines It Is urged that there
is no reasonable objection to tho land
Ing of coolies in Hawaii where they
do not compote with American labor
while Chinese immigration has long
been established In tho Philippines
These points limo Chinese regard as
essential but It Is thought unlikely that
they will be conceded by tbb American
government hence tho apparent dead
lock
LAND FRAUD CASES
Senator John H Mitchell Did Not Tea
tlfy In His Own Behalf
Portland Ore Juno 28 Unlted
States Senator John H Mitchell did
not testify for himself In tho land
fraud cases The long trial has prac
tically como to a close The court
room was crowded when tho session
opened many being drawn by tho
story that tho aged senator woul4 tnko
tho stand and by his own words at
tempt to disprove the testimony of his
former partner Judge A H Tanner
and his former private secretary liars
ry C Robertson But all these woro
disappointed and surprised for tho
case for tho defense was rested within
an hour after thu court bad been call
ed to order
SECRETARY OF STATE HAY
Physicians Report That His Condition
Continues Favorable
Nowbury N H Juno 28Tho cqn
dltlon of Secretary of Sate John Hay
Continued favorable after a comfort
able day
The cold wet weather has proved n
slight drawback but notwithstanding
tho dampness Mr Hays condition has
Improved noticeably since Sunday
nightMrs
Mrs Hay felt greatly encouraged
and sent a telegram to Payno Whitney
her soninlaw advlolng him and Mrs
Whitney to sail for Europe as they In
tended
CAPT R D GRAHAM
Leaped From the Sixth Story Window
of An Apartment House
Washington June 28Capt Robert
D Graham a lawyer CO who served
In the confederate army throughout
tho civil war and the son of a former
cabinet ofllcor leaped from tho portico
bf a window ot the sixth floor of an
apartment houso and was so seriously
Injured that ho died a few minutes
after being picked up He had been
111 for sumo time and It Is thought be
came despondent
Bubonic Plague Case Quarantined
Panama Juno 28Thero hJivo been
no now developments In tho case of
bubonlo plaguo at Lalloca against
which a strict quarantlno la enforced
A cordon of pollco praVAnts all com
munlcatlon with LaRocfi
WALLACE RESIGNS
The Chief Engineer of the Pana
ma Canal Commission Ten
tiers ills Resignation
I THE ACTION WAS NOT UNEXPECTED
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Members of thn Commission Say That
Ills Withdrawal Will Greatly Em
barren Them In Their Work
It is Believed That Mr Wallace Res
Ignatlon Will Not Cause Secretary
of War Taft To Postpone
HitTrip ToMawlla
Now York Juno 2SChlet Engineer
Wallace of the Panama canal commis
slon resigned his position under pres
sure from the president and Secretary
Taft Tho resignation Is said to have
followed several stormy sessions of
the canal board In which radical differ
ences of opinion In regard to the policy
to be pursued In the construction ot
the canal are said to havo developed
Washington Juno 28The an
nouncement of the resignation of John
F Wallace as chief engineer of the
Panama canal commission was not al
together unexpected In view 6f his re
quest some time ago to be allowed to
como to thla country to discuss affairs
with Secretary Taft Members of tho
commission old hot hesitate to say
that bis resignation would greatly em
barrass tho commission In Its work
and might necessitate tho postpone
ment of the meeting of tho full com
mission In September President
Shonts of tho commission told his
colleagues at their last meeting that
ho know absolutely nothing about the
reported Intentions > ot Mr Wallace and
that ho was completely In tho dark on
tho subject Tho possibility of Mr
Wallaces resignation hall been die
cussed informally In tho commission
for several days but Secretary Taft Is
stated to havo been really tho only
person who bad an Inkling of Mr Wal
laces Intentions
Interesting Developments Expected
That tho secretary held strong views
on tho subject was known to several
of his friends and It Is expected that
there may yet bo some Interesting de
velopments before tho official resigna
tion Is announcod by the government
It Is understood that Mr Wallace
when ho last conferred with the offi
dale before leaving for the Isthmus
expressed himself as deeply gratified
lit tho consideration shown him and
declared his entire satisfaction with
the plan for tho administration of the
canal Tho statement was made by a
close friend ot Secretary Tuft that It
was not believed the resignation of
Mr Wallace would cause him to post
pone his trip to the Philippines
Boston June 28 Secretary of War
William 11 TaCt arrived hero from
New Haven whehe he had been at
tending tho Yale commencement exor
cises Tho secretary will have a taljv
with President Roosevelt at Cam
bridge and it is expected that tho res
ignation of Chief Engineer John F
Wallace of tho Panama canal who Is
also a member of the commission will
bo discussed Secretary Taft would
not discuss the Wallace case
Fatal Boller Explosion
Hot Springs Ark Juno 28W D
McDowell was Instantly killed and his
son John fatally injured by the explo
don of a boiler at a sawmill
Sailing ou the Kronprlnz Wllhelm
from Now York wero Col John Jacob
Astor D O Mills and Mr and Mrs
Payno Whitney Mrs Whitney la the
daughter ot Secretary Hay
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A PRIVATE CITIZEN
Not as President of the United
States Roosevelt Joins Ills
Former College Mates
IT WAS AT HIS OWN REQUEST
lsslsted
Assisted in Celebrating the 25th Annl
versary of Graduation of Their
Iclasses From Harvard
Nevertheless
Nevertheless Students Alumni and the
Icitlzen of Cambridge UnlUdlnr i
Giving Him a Hearty Wel
come on His Arrival
Cambridge Mass Juno 23 Joining
wlth hiD former college motes in cele
brating the 25th anniversary of the
graduation of their classes from Har
vard President Roosevelt returned tu
his alma mater not as the chief mag
istrate of the nation but as a private
citizen and a loyal Harvard alumnus
Although the ancient University ot
tarvard would hUB been glad to pay
him all the honor due to his high ofilcn
Itfwas the presidents request that he
bb regarded merely as a member of
the class of 80 rather than as the pros
Ident of the United States Neverthe
less students alumni and tho citizens
ot Cambridge united In giving him a
hearty greeting as he drove through
the streets of the university city
The presidents day was a busy one
Arriving In Boston at a quarter before
seven oclock In the morning ho was
rtflven to the Cambridge residence ot
Itt ht Rev William Lawrence Eplsco
pd I bishop of Massachusetts where ho
Prilbl8hOP entertained The bishop Is
pr silent of the Harvard alumni asso
cl lion Breakfast was served at the
bishops home
During the forenoon President
Roosevelt visited the rooms ot the
Alpha Delta Phi society tho Harvard
stadium and tho Chestnut Hill real
deuce of George C Lee the father of
the presidents first wife
Nearly Every State Represented
INearly
RepresentedThe
The president was then driven to
Oakley Country club In Watertpwn
I whoje the class of 80 held an tutor
ai reunion and luncheon was served
dtNtoa ICO member of the laahot
I BO 130 havo registered nt the class
headquarters representing nearly ov
ery state in tho union
As on his visit to Massachusetts last
week rain marred the presidents pro
gram As his carriage was driven out
of Bishop Lawrences yard on the trip
to the rooms ot the Alpha Delta Phi
society tho rain poured in torrents
The president however Insisted that
the hood of the carriage be lowered In
order that the people who had gath
ered to seo him might not bo disap
pointed and although tho rain fell
heavily the president rode through It
apparently not in tho least discon
cortedAt
At frequent points along the streets
through which the presidential party
passed during the day people gathered
and cheered For all their greetings
the president had a bow and a smile
President Roosevelt will remain
hero until Thursday
Secretary of War William H Taft
arrived from Now Haven in the after
noon lie will attend tho Harvard
commencement exercises and it is un
derstood that an honorary degree will
be conferred upon him by tho univer
sity
ILLINOIS MINERS
They Have a Joint Conference With
the Coal Operators
Chicago Juno 28 President John
Mitchell of tho Mine Workers union
and 15 members of tho executive board
of the Illinois division mot here with
the executive committee of the Illi
nois coal operators In an attempt to
settle tho difficulties arising over the
shot firer law passed by tho last
state legislature The conference last
l d several hours but no definite settle
ment was reached and another meet
ing will be hold
The question at issue is who shall
pay tho wages of tho shot firer provided
vided by law After the meeting both
sides to the controversy seemed as do
termined as over that the other side
should stand tho additional expense
Unless a compromise Is reached In the
matter It Is said a strike Involving
45000 union miners may follow
A dispatch from Springfield states
that no matter what action Is taken
at the Chicago meeting the independ
ent operators of the state will continue
to work their mines They however
control only about ten percent of the
output
Convicted of Peonage
Montgomery Ala June 283ohn C
Bowdoln a white man of Coffee coun
ty was convicted of peonage in the
federal court hero and was sentenced
to servo on > year in the Jail of that
county His victim was a white man
Burglars TaKe Funds Away In Auto
Philadelphia June 28iafo crack
ers ins nn automobile visited the El
mer N Jpost office and after
alighting from an automobile relieved
ho postmaster of 1000 in currency
and stamps
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