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TBI CITIZEN November 2, 1922 FUEL PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED BY STORAGE OPINION OF REPREStNTATIVCS OF MINERS BEFORE COAL COMMISSION Why Net Trot Tht Fuel Problem At The Food Probltm, Declares The Committee Anthracite Mintr Vt to Be Heard. Washington.--Storage of coal to keep up a continuous How nf imil etlnes will help solve the c ountry's j fuel problem, as cold storage of fHnn i products hn aided n solving the foiwl problem. In the opinion of spokesmen for organised miner of the country. TliU I one of h number of sug gest'lons to Hi I'nited stale ("on i Commission, made puMit- here hy F.lll Henrle. John Moore and Thomas Kennedy, the Advisory Committee representing the hltutninoim minor n' the tTnltml Mine Worker f Anierlr. The suggestion are the niit-'rowth of the committee's conference with the commission lust Monday. Suggestions will be offered Inter on behalf of anthracite miners, w hir... together with suggest ions from com mittee of bituminous and anthracite operator, will give the commission i nasi for beginning Its Inquiry In'o the coal Industry. "Storage of mm ample surplus of food baa solved the food problem," aya the committee's statement, aild lng: "Fuel In second in Importance si human necessity. Why not treat the fuel problem a the food problem ha been treated' The vast majority of the consumers of tout h re remote from the mines, Just n the majority of our population I remote from the sources of Its food siiip!les. We be lieve the commission eould under take no other line of Inquiry thnt holds greater possibilities for a so lution of the fuel problem than that of coal storage." TWO POISONS iN DEATH CAKE So Chemitt Declare After Making Analyait of Slain Man't Sto nach riilladelphia. I'enn. Two poison killed Walter W. .sterrett. of lvvon, when he ate part of cake, mysteriously mailed to hi wife. This was iljsclos- ed by an examination of the content of hi stomach. In Hryn Mawr Hospit al, where Mr. Sterrett la hovering he tween life and death. Tout none or the cake which Mr. and Mrs. Sterrett ate was lift has handicapped the In vestigator. Examination of the dead man's stom ach wai made hy lr. (leorge llosto.-k. Coroner' physician, of Montgomery County. Dr. Itostock aaid he thought the poison might have been contained In the Icing instead of the cake itself. Postal Inspector Simpson, of Phila delphia, chief investigator of the mys tery, aaid that nothing had been ur covered which would tild In the appre hension of persons responsible for Hie poisoning, other thun the oue obtained when It wa found that the package containing the "death rake'' had be. n mailed from the I'enn Sipare Station 1iere. The packaue bore the typewrit ten address of the Sterretts, but no other marks. Woman Held Chicago His body slowly being turned by poison. Jseph K!Iiticl traced the Rcn'tt!on of death crei-p-Ing on him for physicians. The wife of the dying man was arretted and, according to authorities, confessed that she hud administered "white poison" to him. With Kliiuek'a iliar.es that un attempt ui heeu made to slay hlui for hi Insurance, authorities ordered the bodie of two former hus bands of Mrs. Kllmek to be exhumed. Both are said to have died after thtfir Uvea had been Insured heavily. Balm Suit I Settled Chicago Frank II. Ilrunell, tt'i years old, and former publisher of th-. Iaily Ituclng Form, has settle.) the breach of promise suit brought by Mrs. Beatrice (S. Kalleen. out of Court. This was revealed when the case came up for rehearing, and Mrs. Kallocn's attorney gave notice tint Mr. Hrunell had made "substantial settlement." The case was dismissed. At the first trial, a Jury awarded Mis. Kalleen damages of f l.rtsi, after much sensational testimony hud been heard. new trial was ordered. Old Bonds For Nw Washington - Many owners of .'.VJ.. OtIO.IJOO In 4 per cent Victory notes and Treasury certificates have ex changed these muturing ni-ciiiines for new Issue of the !Myeur I per ceiit Treasury bond Issue. Secretary Mel lon announced that the new 't per cent bond Issue total JTiVl.li.'.sm, since cash subscription of $.M 1,,'Hki,. OUO have been accepted. London la Roused London -The reported possibility that Lord Shuughnessy may ' be sent a diplomatic representative from Canada to Washington Is creating in (rest here. It Is umlerstood that for eign otlice would not object, a fan ada long ha been free to use her dis cretion In this mutter. In other quar ters It Is regarded as probable that Canada will take action bisxi, seiidlug someone In the currying out of the . I policy of the Utteral party now ia power. HAWAIIAN PRINCESS NOT LIKE FAIRY BOOK KINO Daughter of Late Queen Liliuo kalani, in United States to Study, Likes Flappers. "She' a prince of the blood ro)!," Just like the fairy book used to start out! Hut the Princess Mil uoknlanl Kawannnakou of Hawaii I not like the old fairy book princesses. She has black bobbed hair instead of gulden braids, anil she admits, without castdown ejelida, that she 1 supreme ly lazy and adore nothing better than lying in. bed late In the mornings! Oh, ye, one thing better breakfast In bed. , Princes LI Ho her royal title 1 too unpronounceubly long for her to bother with I seventeen and tin ci me from Hawaii to complete her thoroughly American education In a Pan r'ranclsco convent. The daughter of Hawaii' beloved Queen Lllluoka lanl, she doe not even speak the language of her native land, preferring Kngllsh. She refuses, she say, to he queenly. She would rather be a wild flMper. "They are a type," abe eg plain; "they defy tradition. There fore, I am one." And a she stands, erect Blender, shorfisklrted. golden klnned, radiating youth, she seem nothing less than a splendid example of American girlhood. "Llllo" confesses she I not fond of study. History and Latin are not so bad. however. She I a thorough tittle sportswoman, with a happy dis position. She never pine like artistic little princesses used to do. Hear this, given quick sentence, Interspersed with flashes of white teeth and black eye underneath a true Hawaiian "bob": "About all we do In Honolulu Is ride, swim, dance snd play cards. I love to do all but play card. They bore me. My chief characteristic? I guess It's laziness. I Just must sleep late in the morning, even If It mean doing without breakfast." And with her philosophy of happi ness this tropical little princess ex pect to outdo all the royal maidens of fairy book fame, when It come to "living happily ever after." l:!is.itasifitfls)cs;sjis HAS NOT SWALLOWED FOOD IN EIGHT YEARS sit080K4a4.ssaitsKii4M4MOjt I.ittie ociiuie .avaufti of liochester, N. Y., doesn't know what If means to taste and swallow a good dinner. To her Thanksgiving I but a Thursday lu November, for Jennie' oesophagus has lo-en closed since an attack of tmisilitis which she suffered at the age of three years, Since then, being un able to swallow, she bus takeu ber nourishment through a rubber tulie, which passes directly Into ber stomach through u 5-1 i t in the abdominal walla. Jennie Is elcten years of age and. but for this misfortune, la a healthy, normal child lu every respect, plump, robust and strong. Whenever she feel hungry which Is rutluT more otieo than at usuul meal times she places the food, al wuys liipilil. In a glass pump and pumps it through the rubber tube di rectly into her stomach. Long Lost Watch Plowtd Up. A gold w.tich. lost years ago by Lewis T. tiootce while be was work ing In a hay field on bis father's fur in In liarr township, near Washington, lnd., was plowed up recently by Wal ter Norrls, a tenunl. The wuteh was lost while helping put up hay when be was fourteen years old. Threatens to Hang Errant Son, liecauae bis son committed p-tty robberies In the nelghhorh.HHl, Manu el U. Andrade of Fall Illver, Ma look the boy to a barn in the rear of their home, tied a noose about his neck, and threatened to hang him. The father was arrested snd placed on pro, patluo (or six month. . - "v u : . The Court Which Has Stood as the Guardian of Our Form of Government By CALVIN COOLIDGE, could put their faith and confidence, to which thoy could intrust their choicest treasure, with a like assurance that there it would be secure and safe. There is no power, no influence, great enough to sway it judgment. One of the proposal for enlarging the present field of legislation has been to give the congress authority to make valid a proposed law which the Supreme court ha declared wa outside the authority granted by the people by the simple device at re-enacting it. Such a provision would make the congress finally supreme. In the last resort its powers prac tically would be unlimited. ' This would be to do away with the great main principle of our writ ten Constitution, which regards the people a sovereign and the govern ment a their agent, and would tend to make the legislative body sov ereign and the people it subjects. It would to an extent substitute for the will of the people, definitely and permanently expressed in their written Constitution, the changing and uncertain will of the congress. That would radically alter our form of government and take from it its chief guaranty of freedom. RED CROSS WINNING IN FIGHT FOR HEALTH Better, Stronger Citizenry Now Emerging Out of Work in United States. The American Ited Cross as an evangelist of better health has looked Its problem square In the face. How It accepted the task revealed to It In the nation's physical condition as brought out during the World War, and conscientiously applied Its activi ties to correction forms a vivid chap ter In the forthcoming annual report. Historically and practically, nursing is a basic work for the Hed Cross. In Its public health nursing service. In In struction In home hygiene and care of the sick, nutrition classes, first aid snd life saving courses and health ren ters, the Americ an Red Cross Is ap plying effectually the lessons learned during the ur and making for a healthier, stronger and better nnur i.'hed citizenry. The task of the Ited (ro I'uhllc Health nurse In the l.L'il) nursing serv ici now operating throughout the country Instructing their communities In health essentials and disease pre vention Is demonstrating the posslliill tles ot human betterment and the greut benefits of enlightenment. I'uring the last year ,'1.1 new puMlc health nursing services were est a M -lied by Hed Cross Chapters, and neu ral hundred services so convincingly prov ed their effectiveness that they were taken over by public authorities. In order to promote this work $.'Ui.tsSl as riAIPEMNi5 111 in the BIG CITES Movies Awaken Town From Long Sleep V 1AI ' u jr- , - ii J. e' .i SI'HINtJFlKLP. H.U llemadote. a Hip Van Winkle town, Is awaken lag from a century of sleep. Without telephone, automobiles, railroads or any modern conveniences, this town had gone on In Its undis turbed way for hundred years, sleep ing quietly In a busy world, until a few clays sgo, when la wsa "discov ered" by a motion picture director, and the next morning awoke to fame with a column of type In a Illoomlng too newspaer. C. L. Varnard, looking for a "loca tion" to film a country town scene, ran at-rosa the village. It has no rail road and half the Inhabitants claim never to have seen a train. It has no picture shows, and of course bad never aeea a . motion picture camera. The Vice resident United State. For the purpose of protecting the people in ill tlietr right so ilearlv twilight and so solemnly declared, the third article of the Constitution estahlished one Supreme court and Tested it with judicial ptiwot over all cases arising under the Con stitution. It is thnt court which has stood a the guardian and protector of our form of government, the guaranty of the pcrjietuity of the Constitution, and above all the great champion of the freedom and the liberty of the people. No other known tribunal ha ever lcen devised in which the people allotted to provide women to prepare themselves for public nursing. The, home visits made by the 1.240 nurses aggregated nearly l.Nm.tSiO, visits to -schools numbered lto.ooo, and In sli months l.'iO.ust school children were inspected hy these nurses snd where, defects were found advised elimina tion by physicians. In rural commu nities this service has made a very marked advance and has woo thou sands of converts to approved methods if disease prevention. In home hygiene and rare of the sick instruction, which fits the student In methods of proper care where illness Is not so serious as to reipilre profes sional service, the Ited Cross conduct ed 3.SHI classes during the last year enrolled 2,.Vs1 Instructors, t.t.44S stu dents and Issued tj.tl'rfl certificate. tin June :to. lir.-j. nutrition service embraced l.l'.HI classes, with a total of '-'7,5l children and '!..-; enrolled dieti tians. - Seventy eight food selection classes graduated 7X1 who received Ited Cross certificates. In general health activities Ited Cross Chapters maintained 377 health centers, serving as many communities, provided 38,731 health lectures for large audiences ev erywbere, while clinics numbered ovr 10.000. Forstalling a Touch. ''Morning. Mr. h.sllclgh." "(hmmI morning, sir." "Could you lend a little flnmiclnl a sltauce to h friend?" "Thanks. I need " "1 be friend I have In mind is now touring Kurope." Incorrigible. Teacher (to literary classl Sow, give me some word like 'bemoan. First I'tlpll lb-dew. Second I'itto- l'.rd.iuti. Third lltto r.cuilter. Fourth litto Ilegorru I obi village grist mill Is still grinding away every day with water from the same Kpilluay (hat supplied the mill a century uu. I'.iit now simile things are hap pening In Iternndote. l-ti ir automobiles w hii I brooch i he vlllnce. There Is the unusual smell of oil and gusutiue. The swirling dust iroin many pneu matic tire distresses the bewildered Inhabitants. old ladles in calico dresses no longer go their quiet wuy to the village store and long whiskered old met nger calmly whittle the ' hours auav under the villaire tree. Their nerves twitch snd the (lay Is no longer calm. About the town go unusual looking nien with cameras' and stage appur tenances. They are the moving pic ture people who are going to put Iter nadote In the film. Ilernadote Is sleep-walking. Some of the oldest In-, habitants think It's a nightmare. There are two small wooden build ings in the village thai serve as stores, where the simple wsnts of the people are supplied. The bouses are quaint and old fashioned, of the old colonial and English type. Picket fences separate the yards. Old-fash ioned flower tardea bloom In the dooryards. BP Confidential Relation Our business is conducted on a confidential basis. Excepting our active officers no one has access to our books. Our officers are compelled by law to do all banking business on a strictly confidential basis. No one can check on you without your authority. We are responsible for the payment of all forged checks. Give us your business. Your money i safe with us. It is not safe at your home 40 Club Cards signed to date --l-et's make it a 100 Berea Bank J. W. STEPHENS, Presidtnt MAIN STREET Notice! To the People of Berea and Vicinity I have opened a general store in the brick building on South side of Chestnut Street nrar postothce. My stock is complete, dry goods, shoes, groceries, feed, hard ware, furniture, etc. I buy for cash and st-ll for cash. See My Prices J. A. OLIVER ALIENS INCREASE IN UM 55,576 Number of Foreigners Added to Population Since 1920. GERMANS SHOW BIG DECREASE Drop Over Million in Tsn-ytar Period, While Austria Shows Increase of More Than Million Bastd on Per centage Greatest Increase Was Made by Luitmborgians Greatest De creases Shown by Turkey Southern Europe Shows Increase. The nutpber of white eople of for eign origin in the I'nlted Slates, as disclosed in cei.siis statistics. Is 'M .'tPH.Ito.,, or 4,l.Vi,o7) more than In 1010. In HMO the number of persons of Irish blood ise hs of foreign origin wa 4,.VH,:!iii, anil the number re ported In the census of I'.r.ii whs 4l.'Ut..'M.'i. or a decrease of H.'i per cent. Persons of Scottish origin Increased from CiSWia In I'.HO to 7:il.K In i:'.i, and those of Knglish origin showed ap proximately the same total In both years, the number In 11110 being 2..T.-J,. 4-1'J and In l'.f.ll 2.07.112. or a decrease of less than I er cent. There are about IH.(SS) fewer per sons of Welsh or.giu in the country than In 1!'1M, the number then listed being 2is a7. ami 'j:u)..,i In lii.1l. Th number of persons of Canadian origin wun 2.7il.'l,'-'."i In the former year and In 1020 It was 2,:2!l,27tl, or decrease of 1XU74. Decrease In Germans. In l'.U0 the number of persons of German origin In this country was 8,2H2,0IS. and in V.K0 It was 7.-'.'i!Ui7, decrease or 1 .(f.'l'.tr.'l, or 12.3 r rent. On the other hand, there were 3,12!'.7!l persons of Austrian origin In the country In 1U20, compared Willi ""'. "" reuse o. 2;". or M- W '" Hungarians. ..ii..,!,......! aiuHHM l lout i..i..i,.i w"" ''. o iwio, .o.uo-u 1.110.!s In llf.1l. an Increase of 410,. 67H, or 5H fl per cent. The French Increased from 202..1.S0 In luio to :ra,i7S in 1H20; the ltd gians from to 122,I!, and the , Netherlander from '.U.'i74 to W.MUS. The greatest of all the Increases, baaed on percentages, was shown by the number of I.uiemborglana, the total for that little grand duchy In cteaslng from 6,04 In 1010 to 43.1IM3 In 1920. The highest decrease per centage wsa supplied by Turkey In Kurope. The Turks In 1010 totaled 85.314. and In 1020 only 23,300. or t decrease of 84 per cent Southern Europe tends Many, I .All the nation of southern Europe and Trust Co. JOHN P. DEAN. Cashier BEREA. KY. showed substantia) Increase. In ll"i) there were In this country 2,(KtH'VIO J person of Italian origin, and in lirjn j lite number was .L.T-KIIMI. an Increase j of fi't M-r cent. The llrcclan total In creased from 1 nod I", in IPIK to '.'r.', TtS In l'.Oi. the Spaniards from Xti:t to 77.1'lt not the 1'orf iigise front 7.".7i! to o.!i;ih The ltoi m f f ; I im Tensed VJ.'t per ent f..r il.e decade In IHlii the Itus . l itis i uiHl. -ie.l I. ill'.t ami In ltf.1l I be li'tiil u is :tTl.r.VI . vin Increase of I T.' Ci I The I Inlanders grew from .'II. ".''. In l'.'io to '.isI.JTt! In ltr.lt, the swedes from l.-'hll.'.'!." to 1.t."7..'tS'.'. snd I he Norwegians from P7!,i!i to l.lf.'.'t. '.".'.'. The I Mine III l!IO were 4t.i4 In number, and In lf'.V they were t17 .V.'.1. The Swiss, who numbered '.IfJ.. .1MI in l!Hil. have Increased to X!7.TJ7 In Iir.it. The number of Mei leans ha almost I doubled, the total In li10 hsvlng been as2.(a2. and In llf.il It was TJ.VM'J Incresse of Wi lt per cent. A According to Quality. Klubb - Crown paid f'.'.'i for one of III pboioL'raph I tiilih Wasn't that nil her slis-p? Klubb - Vol al all! It baplM'ned to be II su.ip-dioi of himself kissing a b.ithllit li.-.i II I at llie beach! Largely True. "They have a new car." "Tliev lime 'lliey cant ulTord It." "I know ; li s alwiivs the people who isn't all ..ill I lnio who are Ion in.- car A racking r nervous headache ? MENTH0LATUM chases it away. People for Whom the Best Is None Too Good Arw slwsys tli miwt nthuaialic cunerrning th survUf ul our Dry Cleaning and Dyeing , Ws havs un of Iho most fTirunl Remodeling Departments in th country. Fun lrsasforau4 Into 0 mud wry quirkly. Mas s and watuvs far nwnU alu-rtsl in any way daainsl. Wa dy fur skins and ivnoiial Iham I any way. Wa tailor make men's or la dies' suits, $50.00 up. Latest styles. We pay $2.50 railroad fare on every custom-made suit ordered from us. Sand souds paraat sswt WiksnHirna. THETEASDALECO. SIS-SST WALNUT STItUT CUtCaNNATI. OHIO.