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April Tt. 1922
FLAMES SPREADBY METEOR'
EsploS'O Breaks Window When Ce
lestial Mas Plunges Into Sea
Ael'iirv l'rk. N. J. A metis"'. r-
chare. if odorous raw. flal -4
tbrrmfh ( ti Mie soirh of tli i
rltv ilnrlMt t!ie nltr'it JIiMrlne in
tbiiiiilermi" rmir imd fr'irli'eiilrc res;-'
dente if iiihii.v "lift ton in Wlmlnur
pai.. in Turn li: t-r sere sNatt"C'l by'
the rtplosion. unit rlie ir.i-e. pullnt ,1,4,
the atiwai bi-re fur mure tl'iiri l"i mi ii
ate. sniv'led res.rtenis t boid il.mi
pened handkerflile's to the r in'n '.
la Iifcehiirt luiiiilinr were ,i.ik-Ti
though liy mi e.irtlionike.
Tbe phenomenon, accord r4 to per
eon who wrne-je! It, ln:e.l about 11 ,
mlnnte. A tit y ;ro;,v of llirlii nt first.
It bei-atne colored hcmit . f ' 1 1 : y a. it
BMP11I the Mr'1. . r tl nt times ii x.ir-
ed to liaii mmm-i tjiri'y. mIi T H no J
course, then t. k bm k iic.im. lt
tmi'K rteola-vd. "I'l e meteor Vi' nt.
the sea 1 tni'e of nre t Sens.de
I'arfc. .'d tn; es i:h of here, it w ;m 1
doc'ared. T' e 'riiil iim,, a 't
tnx-k the r. i-uuaed an xliiin '
ttiut hk the res dem-s of tli til
larire nd threw spray to a ctvat
height, res.derts ;ril Volumes of
steam arose .iinl. i!-i';;nc nhore, nan
onuted a number of KTon.
(Continued from Par Om)
tJoii for a great allium' Wviwn 'Tor
manv and hussia and nrotaldy tlx
entire Islam world and a war In the
not distant future between those jsiw
er and Uit allied nations.
PLANS are under way for a finan
cial conference to be called by
the European batiks of Issue to dls
cuaa plana for the regulation of cur
rency. In which conference the Cnlted
States Federal Reeerve bank will I e
aked to take part. Meanwhile, great
banker, including J. 1'lerpoiit Mor
fan. are arrauKlng to meet In Europe
to stud; the queatlon of an Interna
tional loan to German to help In the
reconstruction of that country, to Im
prove her exchange and to alt her
to paying the reparations. In view of
Germany's repeated refusal to pay.
the allied reparations oouuuliwlon
virtually has turned that prol.leui
over to financial erjrta.
Tift long dnwo-out peace negotia
tions at rwilren between Japan
and the Far Eastern republic have
been broken off. and Japan has de
cided to send more replacement troops
Into Siberia. The Chita delegates,
according to Tokyo official statements,
after gaining some of their points,
made what the Japanese considered
impossible demands concerning pro
tection of lives and property of for
lgn residents, and the open door,
and threatened to quit the conference
if these were not conceded. Tokyo
thereupon Instructed Its delegate tc
C TILL another peace ronfei
J that between the leaders of the
Irish factions doc not seem to be
accomplishing much, for the fighting
la Ireland goes on with Increasing
batter . Do Talera's Easter roup
Ud not eventuate, bat one of bla ad
berenta attempted that day to aana
alnate Michael Colllna, head of the
provisional government, and there
were bloody clashes between the re
publican and Free State force, which
were continued all through the week.
In Dublin the "rebels" occupied the
Four Courts and other buildings and
en it red In. hjittil wjtlv thf Cp'Jl"
tn: arm in Helfast the thllc
and Prote'ante killed and burned
and looted to their hearta' content.
SnnilKn by President nardlnr
i1!mlaa! of employee of the hn
rrnu nf rnrmvlnc and printing and
otN-r tnreans. and by rumors of
plans to retrld the operation of the
. er'f isw cenerally. the National
rivil Sen-Ice Meform league railed a
.-. 1 fi r.'tp e of all 'nterested nrvatilta
t f t r. srd individuals to meet In Wash
Irrton April 27. That enrravlnt bu
reau affulr Is causing the administra
tion a lot of trouble and the end !
nt jet. in attempting to explain the
pro'deiit's action the official orcan
of the Pint Printer' nnlon asserted
'lie country nn flmMled with mllllntis
of counterfeit federal reserve note
:ind other tressury Issues. This wa
fnfly denied by Secretary Mellon.
CHAIHMAN PAT KEI.I.ET of Mich
l4Hn and Ms cohort of "little
navy" men et,t don to defeat t
the hotie of r'reetifatlve last week,
and If the senate does as It I et
IM-ted to do the I'nlten States vtlll
be aide to maintain a navy of respect
able proportions. in committee of
the whole the house by a vote of ITT
to t.'Mi adopted the amendment to t1 1
committee bill which provided for
enl!te.t eri..ttiei of MVrtO Instead
of f,T'"' men. A few ilsvs Inter this
was .i ntlni ed by a record vote of
'.I'l to 14. iind then the bill was
passed and handed on to the senate
Ninety Hopubll'-ans voted afHinst the
(ersotinel lncreae and IeiiioTats
supported It. The measure carries a
totBl appropriation of fiM.aSMSsi.
which is f IH.lssi.issi n.ore than was
fixed by the approprlntlona commit
tee. Further Ini-renae are expected
In the senate.
THE flk-bt of those who believe In
adequate national defense Is now
centereil on the army Mil. In this
the American I-k'lon Is taking active
pnrt. National Commander MacNIder
nppearlns before the senate approprla
tlnns committee to denounce the house
bill which provides for only HMsJO
tnllsted men. He sn!d:
"Tlie American legion unqualified
ly backs up the President, the secre
tary of war, and General Pershing tn
their support of necessary approprls
Hons for the National Guard.' organ-.
I zed reserves, rewrve officers' train
1 11 4 corpe, and civilian military train
Itie cnits aa recommended by the
War department, and also supports
the iK.sltlon that approximately IV).
0 men Is the mlulnnim number
needel for the regular extaMlahment
to perform Its proper mission la our
Plan of national defense."
SOMETIME doling the present sea.
son the senate will pass soldier
bonus legislation. So much was de
termined by the Republican senator
in caucus oj a o 10 1 voia, ana uivy
naked the ftnanca committee to report
4 bill "within a reasonable time."
Rut they reached no decision a to
'be form the bill will take. The right
f the senste to add any revenue pro
vision to the bill passed by the boose
la questioned, since ta Oonatttatkm
requires that revenue measures mnat
originate In the bouse. Republican
leaders of both senste and house art
agnln discussing the plan of flnaactng
the boons by the sale of British bonds,
and It la nmlerstood that If thee are
found available through the wort of
the foreign debt commlaalon, Preal
ient Harding will not object to that
method of raising the fund. With
this In view efforts are being mad to
'tnatpotie senate consideration of the
onus measure until after tbe tariff
111 baa been passed, by which time
Is evne"1 the " ork of the com-
HE makers of U. S.
Tires made this
"Hereafter the price of the
30x314 'LW is $10.90.w
The lowest Trice ever ijuotcd on
a tire of jiiitv reputation anJ
And now, with the opening ci
Spring, there neem to he quite a
number of "New anJ Special
tire" coming into the market in
the IIO.W price range.
Perhaps you are wondering just
what there can be either "new"
or "special" about these tire.
It can't be the $10.90 price
"Unco" established that five
Nor quality reputation and
standard performance for it take
more than one full season for any
new tire to demonstrate where
it stands in quality and value
With so many tires rut h
ing into this $ 1 0.90 price
United States Tims
an Good Tires
field (now that the season prom,
ises business from the American
car-owner), it is worth remember
ing that "Usco" showed its jjimh!
faith by announcing this price
The same Intent to serve that
has made"Usco" a slumlord alue
The IW Tire was never
better th.in it is today with
its etablished quality, its
tin J its lrue tl' .ix
urea tn iMtu: stun the
fym m mm
htm- m i i
United States Tires M$y
United States Rubber Company t ii,,, Jf
U. S. Tires:
BOONE TAVERN GARAGE
mlaaloa will be far enough advanced
to give assure ace that the locg term
Bridah neeurltlea trill be available.
FLOODS and tornadoes have been
playing havoc In the Middle Weal
Through much of the Mississippi river
valley the rivers and stream hav
broken their levee and overflowed
their banks, doing vast damage la
many town and Inundating million
of ere of land, rnseasonahly cold
weather added to the distress of the
oeopl who vere. driven from their
evt re in sooth era nilnols and
an Indiana. Reveral towns war
badly wrecked and about flfly llvs
TH two Portngne aviators wfeo
Started froa Usboo I fly aero
the Atlantic to Bra ill In several
-Jumps" got as far a St Paul s rock,
about a thousand miles from tn Cape
Verde lelanda. but emaahed thetr plan
tn making tbe d'tBcult landing there.
A. ne pliine III he aent t them. b
the Portugueae goveniment to enable
them to complete their Journey.
WOMEN from all parts of the
Western Hemisphere assembled
In Baltimore, kid., at the rail of the
National league of Women Voters to
confer on suh subjects as eilucatlon
child welfare, women tn Industry, pre
vention of the traffic In women, civil
and political ststus of women and In
ternatlonal frlendllnesa. It la boiel
the conference will lead to rlo 'n
operatlou among tbe worn) T th
REPRESENTATIVE! BI.A!vD of nv
dlana has drafted a bin whlcb
authorise the President to appoint
"cos I Investigation agency," eompo d
of the director of the geological sur
vey, director of the bureau of mine,
director nf tbe lensu and cocnmls
loner of labor stnt'stlr and six oth
ers to be riirifletneit n- the senate. It
would be g'n eeplug powers t
btsln l..,,n. ...1
BEREA COLLEGE SUMMER SCHOOL
First Term Opens June 16, 1922 Suitable Courses to Meet All Needs
Special Attention Given to Teicber Trainin g and Comaunity Serrice
COURSES OFFERED IN ALL THE SCHOOLS OF BEREA COLLEGE
if 11 i
COLLEGE Botany, Chemistry, Education, Eng
lish, French, Mathematics, Psychology, Ag
riculture, Public Speaking.
NORMAL SCHOOL Education, Psychology,
Mathematics, Science, English. l)rawing.
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
FOUNDATION SCHOOL For making up' de
ficiencies necessary for entrance in a sec
8UMMBS SCHOOL KXPKN8B8
LOCATION: Berea College is located in the
beautiful little town of Berea, Ky., on the
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
rooms, and interesting instructors promote
AH courses are standard, leading to secondary
diplomas or College degrees.
The Normal courses are on a level with State
Normal School requirements and lead to
Incidental Fo ..
Tabl BuH (W
Total for W
Fiva Week Tea Weeks
f TJt 1XM
, i m iM
, f SITS UM
Total for Ms- f U.1
Write for accommodations orfother information to!
CLOYD N. MCALLISTER Secretary BerealCcJIege
Director Summer School Berea, Kentucky