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Vol VIII Fivo cents a oopy I3EKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 28 1007 Ono Dollars year No 41 jj
FROM THE WIDE WORLD
Women suffiuglsta nude another
damcmAtratlon before the > Houses of
Parliament la London EnaVind but
were unable to get thru the strong
force of police which hid been ported
1 la atulclpailon of their raid BcmMy
womea were arrested
The Nlcaraugiuni torus have cap
tured an important town In Hondur
as and the fall of the capitol la pro
dieted The president bf Honduras
tea fled and R la announced In dis
patches received In Wcuhlnetoiv that
the war in Central America will soon
end1
enIM
IN OUR OWN COUNTRY
f President Roosevelt la anxious to
find out what roracJtc are necessary
to Improve oondhlona In our country
sad what aWl we need to bring about
deatrabla ching In addition to
the governors of several stales ho
lattada to ate many men In miny
llnea of work lecliUtora binknra
railroad presidents and prominent bust
ness mea From these he expect tu
jet Wets which will help him to shape
his pUna
ptanaWllltant
WHIUm Jennings Ilryan In hue de
bate with Senator DeverM e ckia the
race question In the south and west
l
u reason octlnat the ndlcil centnll
aailon of government control and otya
that the people of any looillty ore
more able to handle and understand
the affalra of their section than the
central government la
t > rroer United States 8 < aitor Unr
ton of KiinMa Just relfrtwd from
Jill where he Mrrnl s sentence far
gmrUac dec U res that he waa offered
a pardon by Prtaldint Uoosevelt but
that he d llncd to receive clemoncy
At the pre ld nta bands
Senator inkier hla herd a stale
meat at Washington suggesting thit a
primary election bd called in Ohio to
determine the choice of the topic of
that state to head the National Re
publlcnn ticket Senator Pinker des
not favor thtf Tuft boom and it If
generally understood among his
friend that hi will at a later date
MROunce htmaiif a oimlltVitr to suc
tee4 President Roosevelt
> ouBOinf at of dlllt award of thrw
fwrUra of a million dolltra to fire in
tftwitaoa turned sad colored InatUu
tilkYlt ret H tnslWB iIttde 111
s saeral 1111tteeiea JL It 4a the
first AWrlbutioa since the jwynt Rift
of t lWO000 by John D Rockefeller
COMtttflWCJUJM r KENTUCKY
The Court of Appeals by a umnlm
IMM opinion declared unconstitutional
aa4 roW the gerry taodcr act of the
Legislature uMe4 la 1906 rodMHct
tog the lUll and creating 100 legU
Utlve districts The court holds that
the met data not give equal represent
atioa to all and orders that the next
lection be held under the old Uw
Lawroncoburg votfd In favor of npm
suloona the wets winning by a ma
jority of aoventythreo votes A move
meat tus been started to ask the
County Judge to inn an election In
the whole countx when tt If hop < d
tha the saloons will be closed
A good strike of oil In the loln
county field which his been repeated
ly tested for the last several months
has caused renewal Interest In oil in
Kentucky The quality la as goad as
any which hag been found In any eec
tton aDd opens up an entirely new
1neleS for possible development
A Little College
VroM the Klehiuomd IauUgrnph
That usually well lnlormed ewepa
per the Louisville Post refers to Be
re College u a llttltf college
small white college etc etc
Little CoHeg lM Does the Post
know that Bcrea College baa a brick
chapel worthi 75000 with a mala au
ditorium with a seating capacky of
i nearly 3000 a smaller auditorium to
accommodate COO one of the finest
buildlga In Kentucky A four story
brick bulldtag Ladlea Hall worth
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150000 a thneo etory brick building
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Lincoln Hull worth ISOOOOa Carnegie
Library building bulK of stone and
costing 50000 two large Industrial
buildings built of brick and ten to
twenty other bullAlnga ranging In val
ue from 1000 ot 200007
DOM the Poet know that tierea Col
lege baa a system ot water works cpa
lag = 40000 a library of 40000 volumes
Ilag
laboratorlra etc etc about forty
Ii professors and other Instructors n
braaa band asstad orchestra mud
cal departments etc etc a largo env
dowment and land galore and best of
< all over 1000 students and hundreds df
t
others anxious to come as soon DS pre
parations can be made for them
i 16uely It can not be called a little
J college If BO where in Kentucky
or south of Mason and Dlxona line
Ira big college Madison county la
proud ot < hat Institution and just
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WHOSE IS ITS
Nowadays people arc finding fault with men
whose names arc known allover the world because they
have been doing what they wanted to do with
their own property King Leopold owned the Congo
State and made the people here get rubber for him and killed
them if they refused The Czar owns Russia and makes
the people pay taxes or do other things just as he pleases
Rockefeller owns a lot of oil wells and has been doing what he
liked with them and the money he got from them Harriman
owns a lot of railroads and has been doing as he chose with
them But the people arc finding much fault with these
four men and many others for doing what they liked
with their own property And in most cases what they
have been doing was according to law If you have a
right to do what you like with your house and farm then
Harriman and Rockefeller and Leopold and
Czar Nicholas have a right to do what they like with the
oil wells and railroads and lands that belong to them
No we arc all wrong The earth and everything on it
belongs to God and He has lent it to the people He has put
I on it to use for the good of all While you are using
your farm for the good of the people it may be well to call
it your farm When you use it to hurt the people and
help yourself it ought to be taken from you
The railroads dont belong to Harriman nor the oil wells td
Rockefeller nor Russia to the Czar We dont mind calling
the railroads Harriinans while he is using them for the
people When he uses them to rob the people and make
himself rich it is time to take them away If
Harriman owns the railroad according to law that
does not give him the right to do as he pleases with
them The laws were made by the people The peopld
will change the laws if they lead to evil instead of to good
God and the people demand thatyou and I and
everyone should use what we call our prop
erty for the good Of all If we refuse we have
no further right to it before God and the world and the laws
the laws can be changed and must be until they require
what is right
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SPRING TERM AT BEREA
OPENS WITH A RUSH
More Students than Ever Important Courses Train
ing for Teachers New Apparatus
Tho Spring term never opened so brightly nil yesterday Tho office
work was made simpler than ever NO that tho students gut into their jjjg
per clause without difficulty or delay Quito a number of parents wore
to bo seen vinUing the school and attending tho opuuing oxorcincs
The coursvH of Instruction olforetl this spring arc exceedingly attractive
The now Sloroopticon tho beet ever brought into tho South was
exhibited lasl Saturday night nnd will bo used freely for illustrative
purposes by all closBefl Tho Hxcinl courses for training teachers are
particularly strong Tho wholo Institution is more crowded ban ever
before at this timu of year nod n cousiderablo number of now students
am yet to como in
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Copy of Cablegram Received by The Christian Herald
from Rev T F McCrea Chairman of the
Missionary Relief Committee
at Chinklang
CuiNKUxn March 21
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Kiorscn NEW YORK Present needs very urgent Keporls from nil
parts of products Kinngsti Anliui Chehkinng Kinngsi show desperate
situation becoming worse daily Itiots going on cold rice shops being
pillaged In famine area thQ condition of peoplo steadily growing worse
Many deaths Area too vast to gaihtir statistics Sickness increasing
Half crop was hoped for but starving people having only bark needs and
straw Bro pulling green wheat Ruining crops Also tearing down
houses for fuel and sale American money saving ninny thousands McCncA
On the Yiuy to ilimlnr Cnuip In China
Since last week a lady who did not wish her name to be mentioned
gavo 225 for tho Chinese Relief Fund According to tho plodgo of last
week Tho Citizen has sent 225 also to match it All amounts sent to
The Citizen Office for this fund up to April 1st will bo covered by Tho
Citizen up to 1000 and thus double the amount of the subscription will
be sent to save tho starving I
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Chief Contents of This Number
molt INK
From the rude World
In Our Own Country
Ouminniiwxnllli Kunliirkf
BrntuckyI
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Tim Clittimn Iaiillnc
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Kiuttirn K ntuckr New
Students Journal
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Confining Breezy Notes of Com
ing Events And Past Trials and
AndTriumphs
Diggs
net Friday March 22 Mr Biggs
took his school and went to the pln
naclo two miles and a half east el
nercaThis
This Is sujosed to bs where DinJel
Uoonc first saw the famous blue griss
region
Near the t9ror the pinnacle She
Il1rty was detained for n while till a
ladder could be hale ro fie girls
could got on top of the large took
which Is several feat above the tor
of fie hill
After a shgttrest and a roclnl time
a very Interesting prosrvn was par
tied out LUll r Sl > ncfi soak n shirt
survey of tnejsjirrbnnd v firms nnil
told the lryrt lwI X i the power or a
Clay or a nvgusfer why he intend
to be a fanner Dock Gilbert told 1 n
his slow but mire way whit he Intend
ed to do whnn he become n man Ad
die Dowling roaha vary interesting
cesay Chen followed the debate lie
solved That corducilian should no
exist The affirmative was uphold b r
Laurence Hubbard and W U Est s
the negative by Thomas Dolan am
haul Plersall The boys proved b f
their talk that they boo been think
ing Tho decision was rendered ir
favor of the negative
After the program peanuts apple
and lemonade were served Then th
party started back to Berea reaching
town just in time for supper
Beta Kappa Literary Society me
as usual last Friday and had a muc t
bettor program than usual
Frank Klnnard gave a good talk on
the merits of the society as a whole
Richard B sngo had an original
poem entitled The Experience of a
LoverCharles
Charles Oolo gave an excellent talk
on the subject of Social Privileges
Clark Wilson also read a good cs
nay on the subject Tho Country
Vhero Cam Lewis and I came from
In the ball game of Saturday be
tween the first Beta ICappa tram slid
Uio second the second beat the first
veani by a very largo score
Tho celebrations Tuesday were en
Joyed by a large crowd They wero
opened In tho morning with a base
ball game between the College and
rho Academy In which the College
won by a score of 11 to 8 Fine
bouillon beef pork beans and white
xnd brown bread mnde up the barb
ecue bill of fare at noon Then the
College Band got busy and the speech
ea began President Frost Professo
flame Professor Dlnsmore Robert
Sponce and Francis Clark were on the
program After the speaking another
baseball game was pUycd by teams
of tho Faculty and the Normal De
partment The Normal won with t
score of 23 to 2 The Faculty team
was a little out of practice
Tho Monday night eochls were very
successful In the CoHegeAcaddmy
social In tho Ladles Hall tho girls
were auctioned oft for tho evening
to the boys all oC Ufa girl to bid for
except her eyes being concealed be
hind n curtain nUll tho highest price
paid being two hundred boons
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L lmnon role Oi fc tlift Snloon
Amid very exciting scfdirs the peo
pIe of Lebanon voted Tues lY < o close
tho saloons at that plan irail otter
May 1st Intoxllcnut g beverages cm
not be sold them legally The major
ity In favor of no saloons was Sixty
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