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October B, 1022 KENTTCKT LIBRARY ASSOCTA TION TO HAVB MEETING IN BEREA Peimi to be Held In Fee Memorial Iharrh, Oct. 1MI. 1M The Kentucky Library Association, which will meet in Berea. October 12-H. i one of the rreat educational factor of the State. A library ia a university for the person who ha never been able to matriculate in a college or university. The largest library In Kentucky i the Public Library of Louisville, of which Mr. Geo. T. Settle ia li brarian. It contain ovee 229.000 volume and circulates over a million volume a year. There are el(fht branch libraries, beside the main library, and these libraries also up ply books thruout the county. The Women's Club have done much all thru the State In founding and financing libraries. Thirteen public libraries are free to the citizens of the county in which they are located, and the spirit of service to rural communities is in creasing. But the need is very great. Sixty-two courtie in this State have only traveling library stations an1 three counties have no library of any sort. When we realize that "a book is the loaf that feeds a thou sand," we must face the fact rat thousands of children and youth in Kentucky must uo book-hungry. The membership of the Kentucky Library Association is composed of persons who wish to extend li brary opportunities by every possible means, and they gladly welcome all who will assist in this great enter prise. The sessions of the conference are open to all. Following is the pro gram. General topic: Adaptation of li brary resources to rural life. Thursday. 4 P. M.. Oct. 12 Address of Welcome Dr. James Watt Raine. Professor of English Literature. Berea College. Response Mr. George T. Settle, Li brarian, Public Library. Louisvillp, Kentucky. President's Address Miss Euphemia' K. Corwin, Librarian, Berea Col lege Library. Business Meeting. Thursday, 7:30 P. M. Music. The Librarian and the Country Child Mr. John Franklin Smith, Professor of Rural Social Science, Berea College. Address Miss Mary Ei'een Ahem, Editor, Public Libraries, Chicago, 111. Friday A. M, Oct. 13 6:00 A. M. Impress of Libraries on Kentucky Rural Life. State Library Commission Miss Fannie C. Rawson, Frankfort, Kentucky. Traveling Libraries in Jefferson County Miss Jennie O. Cochrane, Public Library. Louisville, Kentuc ky. Traveling Libraries in Scott County Mrs. H. G. Henderson, Scott County Public Library, George town, Kentucky. The Club Woman in Library Work BEREA COLLEGE OPENED SEPTEMBER 20 J h '...tvif I "W fk SL "l .t -11 Suitable Courses to Meet All Needs COLLEGE (Suidard) NORMAL (SUndard) ACADEMY (Accredited) VOCATIONAL (Pro(eiioul) FOUNDATION (Grades) SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS: Religion, Music and Extention Lectures Mrt. W. H. Coffman, Georteto11 Kentucky. County and School Contest. Mr. Everett Lee Dix, Supervisor of So cial Service Training, Berea Col lege. 10:00 A. M., Round Table Large Public, School and Coller Librar ies. Leader, Misa Florence Dil lard. Librarian, Lexington Public Library. Every Day Problems: Methods and results of advertising the library Mr. Geo. T. Settle, Louisville. Dealers' discounts and the high cost of books Miss Margaret King, Lexington. Efforts made to meet the demand for new books Miss Estelle Reed, Lexington. Satisfactory book binding an.1 Hinders Mrs. Anna M. Spears. Covington. National book week Miss Waller, Lexington. Sifting the wheat from the chaff in current Action Miss Jennie Flexner. Louisville. Round Table Small Libraries, leader, Miss Fannie C. Rawson,. Frankfort, Kentucky. Helps and Hints. TUns for Children's Book Week. November 12th to 18th, 1922 Mrs. C. Massie Allen, Bloomfield. Georgetown's Observance in 1921 Mrs. H. G. Henderson, George town. Loan Desk Routine. Lost, abused or overdue books and suggestions for enforcing rules Miss Elizabeth Tunis, Danville. How Many Books to Borrower Mrs. T. D. Arnold. Mddlesboro. Borrower's Record of Books Issued Mrs. A. S. Gardner. Soottsville. Making the Most of Magazines Miss Betty Paxton, Stanford. Widening the Scope of the Library Miss Beverly Wheatcroft, Frank fort. Among ourselves, general discussion. Friday P. M. 2:00 P. M., Trip to the hills. Supper. 7:30 P. M., Reception at President Hutchins' house. Saturday, Oct 14 8:00 A. M.. Books for Country Readers Mrs. F. H. Ridgway, As sistant Librarian, Berea College. List of Book Misa Bernice. W. Bell, Head Children's Depart ment, Louisville Public Library. Discussion. 19:20 A. M.. United Chapel. 10:0J A. M., Business Meeting. Keeping Her in Gloves. "Is your son-in-law a good provider T" "lie can Just about keep my daugh ter in gloves. I pay for everything else." "Then he deceived you as to his cir cumstances?" "No. I distinctly remember he mere ly asked fur her hand." Wise Man. "Well, anyway. I saved time during that holdup." grinned the first victim of the bandits. "How's that?" Inquired his fellow victim. "Whn that rohhi-r was going through your pockets I slipped my wati'h up niv lwi" lie wiled. An Institution w 41 SSI! NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Mies Ready to Permit Turkey to Regain Her Former Terri tory in Europe. KIK6 CONSTANTS OUSTED Greek Army Compels Him to Abd. eats and Declares foe War to Keep Thrace Federal Pasl Dis tributor tpens OeU Buoy--Death of Senator Watson. By EDWARD W. FMCKARO tr n OWINU to tlx military and diplomatic skill of Musts pha Kemal Pasha ami his col leagues in the Turkish Nathan allat government, and to the strong determination of -the ,iple of the allied nations not to embark In another war, Is practically certain that Tulkey will regain the territory In. Eu rope whlrh she lie InVthf World r and probably al-un riderahle part of Mesopotamia, now under Krltlsh mandate Do you and your friends think the Turks are entit'ed to thia resto ration and are really no worse than most of their neighbors? Or do you believe It Is worth another great war to keep them ut of Europe? ..a CONCILIATION and rotuvaalun wetv the order of the day In the N.-arj KasL The allies. In formally tnvlttnii I 'he Turks to a peace conference, a Hired them that they will take ail vantage of this opportunity to do lare that they look with far. upon the desire of Turkey to renwer Thra.-e up to the Marttta river, and Adrian .ple." ft was iii Intimated that tluaala would he admitted to the con ervnon. aad M. f ranklin Hiniill.n ho last year necotlatod an Sk-rw 'iieflt betweeo. the Nationalists and he 1'rench. n arnt ti flmyrna with t mandate fn deal with Kemal. The stipulation nf the allies wa that the Dardanelles, the !ee of afarm-a and the Bosporus moat remain free and pen to all naflona The British slo Insisted that the neutral ie. which emhrai'ee the straits and Constanti nople, must nrt he Invaded h the Nationalists duties, the peer negotia tions. Early In the week Kemal gave a long Interview to a t"orrepiWBt of the Chli-ago Tribune, la which he sold that he had no deal re to provoke hos tllltlea with Oreat Britain, but that he Insisted on complete Independence of the Turkish empire and complete freedom of the straits to all nations He aald Turkey had no wth to for tify the Dardanelles hut that she most control the Sea of Marmora and the Bosporus to ae-iire the safety of her rapltal Owistantlnople. I n Wed neariay the Kematiata annoum-ed they would respect the nestrallty of the "traits pending an srniUtlie confer core with the BrlfNh generals. They then formulated their reply to the Hilled tieiire propnal. Not liven to the puhllc at this wriflnif, this anewer la understood to provide, among other things, that the Nationalists shall o cupy all stratetlr tiitlnn prior to the open Intc of the nreren'-e ; ths with a Changeless Task in Times of Change mm m in V aiT Far Berea College. Berea. Kentucky, is located on the border between the moun tains and the Blue Grass. Has 140 able officers and instructors, draws to its cam pus 2500 students every year, a large number from every mountain state and a few from foreign countries. The natural cost of living is low in this section, and good management gives a student the best education for ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS A YEAR. The College, controlled by no religiout denomination, cooperates with all and provides religious exercises and education. Tobacco, liquor and the carrying of weapons are strictly forbidden. All students do some manual labor, for which they receive credit on their school bills. Students are not invited who do not believe in Berea's principle all British forces en route bs reeafled and the British shall not fortify th neutral tone: that the Nationalist shall oeenpv Thrace before the ennfer ence, at which Rnaata. Tkralnta am' all conn tries bordering on the Blarl sea shall he represented: that If thee condition are accepted, the Nation allsts agree to an armistice confer ence at Mndanla. which I to be fnt lowed In three days by the openlni of the peace conference In Smyrna. Meanwhile Kerns I, who has freoly eipreewed his distrust of the British nd eepeclall. of Moyd Oeorge, sent varlons units Into the Aatatlc part of the neutral tone and nrenpM atrato. gtc positions frotn which he virtually controlled the Dardanelles. The Brit Ish commanders made several de mands for the withdrawal of the Turka. hut Kemal responded that he knew of no neutral tone. To the French he eiplained that he had oc cupied these plai-es because the Brit Ish lisd disregarded the neutnillty of the straits by nnltt1nt the Ureeks to have free paseak'e through them. RKVol.T hy the Urevk army aitalnt the K-oxernment, which was ri pected, came on schedule time. The troop that had returned from tin vetie of disaster In Anatolia and ere cmceiif rated In the arrhlela:o Islands rebelled and, uln- hattb-atilp and doatrojer a transports, sailed to the mainland and moxed on Athens under the leadership of regular otfl era of the inn) and navy. Mlllturv airplane dropped In Athens n-la iiwa tli ms demandlnir the abdli-ation ot Kliif ConMaiitlne, the forniHtion of a ministry rrt.-n.11y to the allies and the sending of retiiforivinents to Tlinnf on Wednesday the cabinet resigned and Constantlne formally abdicate)! the thn.tie In favor of Crown Prince ieorke, vtho waa sworn in. For the preent a revolutionary committee Is in chara-e of the internment. The object of the roup d'etat as an notinced la Athena wa to ouat t on atantlue In order to unite the cwuntrt in firm opposition to the Paris rotifer ences pea.e terms to Mustapha Kemal Paaha and to wage an Immediate am' agjtreselve war to retain Thrace Army and navy leaders fully support the Thractaa war. and they say they -an take Constant lnoJe. TIIOt'tiH It had beea revurted tha' Bulcaiia waa ready to arlae th. part of Thrace which aha ctalni IHtultrt Htaniioff. Hulsaiiao miniate to Eajiland. dealee thla. "Bulgaria 1 firmly resulted to avoid partlclpatlot In any military actl." aald he, "not only herasse the country la practlcwl ly disarmed, but also herauae the ne KulKaiia la aa agricultural country and dnea sx wish to riak a repetition of her previous misfortune)." ACCOKlIN4i to ao aicreement alMut ciHiiplelMl between the I'nlted States and Japan, the Interna tional tea-hnical control of the Chi neae Kaatero railway by the Stevens coiajiiitsiloo will MHin he terminated It la provided that tike cutiimlMalon shall cease to futii-tlon upn comple tloo of the evacuation of Japaueae tirmif from 81lrla. Ttie till neae government Is to he made reeponal hie for the continued operation and protection of the railway, and If It falls In thla. there will be a rvautni tToo of rntertialionar comroir The other allied power are ta acconl with thla plan. That is the Dew that come from Washiiuton. From Peking come rvjMrta that put another face on the matter The .resident of China haa siiHpende1 the Kusslan Itoxer In demnity of about S.Visai.iaai annually and the soviet government. In It re ply of pmteat. Intimate ttmt It will Berea College Hospital est a-tieeM an4 Servsre st I -owe si Coat. Waw far Men and tor Won. Saa-Parksr, Private Rooms, Rathe, Klertrto ftsrvlcc. Swvgery, Cr ia Child-birth, Eye, Nom antUEar GENERAL PRACTICE V Come in stid visit an estahllshmeol. wrhlrh Is a friend In need, saw! I una W all ttte people. rtossar H Cowlbv, M Phvsltian Haatasi Ui iiv, MO, Physlciaa Ptsst H Hosva, M. I., Phviinsn Miss ELltaatTH U I.swt. R N., Superlntesdeat Miss Llt Rosiwoa, R. N Head Norte CHANCE IN HATES Rates lor board and room .l private pallenU will he $l t , pet week: .a to $4 00 pet day. The rates ter pa tient cared fur In the ward i jo per day. Bv Order of Prxidentlal Commit lee. Berea Colin elie th ndneae 1as)eni raHway John T. Utetetia. the head of the com mlsslcwi, ai-rorllng to a nrreHident Is convlncet the lltie I lt to tlilna GKKAT BRITAIN has offered t" tit .l"4M( 1 ,.f Inter,. st due the t'nlted St ites nd the orbt w ar -li'l't 'niidlng ioiiiinl-loii bus bri'Ti olilderlng the proportion At the ate "f S ht n n tin ' t due tt ,e next tvo iiit i'ini. - ihto'er 1 nd Nov en.l.er I .itnoiiiifo r.i '..". 1 a i ssi but fie fund 11 law autliorlro 11 lite ot 4'j n r ie:it. an It la auggeM 1 thiit fie 'i "I be iald fober 1 imd a ll'i.t incnl be worked I out with Str lt..tcrt llirne. who l j coming over soon. Congrevsman Bur I ton of Ohio, who Is a member of the ! funding cotnml lon. Is In London and I at a luncheon attemled by prominent 1 financiers he said .ln!nlv that th. 1 t'nlleil State eHtei1 l!reaf Britain to ,ax In full Me pointed out that the loans made by America were not glxen out of an overflowing trennrv hut were raised, sometimes with dlffl culty. by loans from the American people, who had no reasaKi 10 ! t that the) would Hot be rewld. He also drew attentl4i to the American ouspldon that If the loans were for given the money thus released might I used In new wars. CoNKAli rl til'K.NS, railway offi cial of Chb-ago who wa appoint ed federal fuel distributor under the ail paaaed hy congress, atarted in by wanting the various states that hi powers do not eiteiid to ciml mined and soiil within a given state and their officials must look after that end of the proposition. He Uien asked I eight leading railway executives to serve aa an advisory committee in the fuel transportation emergency and named 1.1 prominent bualne men as members of an advisory committee for Industry, to keep In touch with the distribution of fuel supplies for In dustries In their respective districts lirge Indiiatiial consumers are asked to confine their purchases of coal un der present condltioiia aa cloaely to current need aa safety Iennlt; (o UM4-nd aid'iimuliitloii of advance stiMka of ciwl until the present emer gency pressure on prodin ttuii la re lleted; to nnliwd coal cars luimedl afely and return them to aervb-e and to promptly fnmi-h niHtetial npilre,! for new railroad eiiipment or repair TI1K grand Jun In Marlon, 111., which Inxeotlgiiti'd the llerrin coal nine massacre, ludli teil 711 men for itirflclpntion In tlie outrage. 4t of tbeiii for murder All of the latter .roup have been put under arret, and f the total Jii lire -till al large. K'.gH VP EXPENSES Cheaper thaa Staying al Hoaie Hrrea't friend have made it possible to provide an edmaiiun at a low tout. All (tudrnts do tome manual labor whiih i credited to I lie I r athuol bills, while many earn inut h of t he i r w. Tlice low ri pene are not secured by unworthv deprivations, but student live comfortably at Ihetr ratr. Half 4f sciiool far lke whe briag least money. AU appkeaat Mil snake ream reaervatioB ia advaac by depowt el four dollar. FAI.l. 'IK KM HIH WUMBH Incidental Kre (or Term . . . . fi oo Sh oo Room (and Hoard (or 7 wrrkt) . . 17.0$ 15 xo Amount due firnt ( term . . . yx, u x.t X" Board, 6 week, dur middle id term lb to l$oo Tetal (or Tera 4.SS 44 M NOTECelUsj Studaata add 11.00 a sera la iaci daalal feet Vecalioaal a ad Ki-uwdattoa slvdeal wb Iracl $1.00 a tons froa iacidealal teas r those aiiuseo 01 murder are held srlthmit ball. The other were re leasesl on ln'tida, which Were funilahed hy the leading cltliteiia of Marlon. The definite of the men, aa already outlined by their lawyer, will tie, In brief, that this la a "private peraecu. Hon by a p4ltlcl hoes and a labor hating isrganltatlon." the allualon be ing to Attorney Ueneral Rrundage and the Illlnola Chamber of Commerce. FKI'KHAl. JfHJK WII.KEHSN In tlibago formally entereil tlie tem porary Injunction obtalneil hy Attor ney fient-ral twnigherly against the railway shopmen, laving sustained It on all (siinta. The roeedliig were perfunctory and the attorney for the unban did Bt ainicern themselvea with the fiMTn of the order. They said they hoe1 to ne pennltfel to take the case direct to the Siliretne court of the I'nlted State on peal. SoMK twenty thoiiaatid veteran of the Civil war assembled In tie Moines, la., for the fifty aiith natlotial encampment of the ilrand Army of the Republic. On Weilnefclay three fiairths of these grlssled warriors, e- i-orted by two regiments of the regu lar army, ma relied In the yearly twraile ti event that grows mors and more pathetic aa the years pass They were reviewed by their Co ro an nder In-chief, tew la H. Pllcher. and by llanford MarNlder. national com mander of the American lieiim. (loo tragedy marked the ocraalon. M J. Mai-kenhausen of White Bear lake. Minn., dropped dead after two. hoar of marching Judge J. W. Wlllett of Tama. la . was elected rommsndar In chief for the itimlog year. THOMAS ft. WATSON, '"tilted Statea senator from Ceorgia, on of the uiost flery Ixilltlml figures of the time, riled suddenly of asthma Tuewlay la Washington. Tor et yeara be was active In state and na tional politic, and he wa the Populist nominee for tic president In lWi and for Preaiileat In li The Popullata ele-ted him to the houae of rejre aeiitatlvea in 1"1. and In lif.t) he waa eli" ted senator. He wa opposed to Woodmw Wllin and hi policies snd was especially against the League of Natl'.. Ail nltldM! to the Freeman's .liiurtial of (Mihllii. F.amon do Valera has abilbatetl aa leader of the Irish republicans and l.latu Lynch has aucffcded him. The tivapaer says thla divtroya hope of a rational veac as Lynch Is driving his M low em to tight to the bitter end The repub 11. una are keeping up their guerrilla warfare, but tie Free Statera aro steadily cb sn nif them np. especially now In County Kerry.