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? MONKS DAY, ADO. 11, 1920 Kulilmhed Kverjr VTeU?csuay \>y th? WlSfe PRINTING COMPANY, lucorporatctl. UH.UBRT N. KNIO.HT, - Hdltor. LINDSEY J. HORTON. Aaa't Editor Onu Vutr, Six Months, Thraa Month*. ?I-50 ,76 ,4U Kuterod acoordlnn to jvogtal rofrulatlona at the poat-ofnoa at tilg tflou? Uaji a? aeo d >u-c)ium matter. WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE Williamsbnrg, Va., Aug ti.? Tho oldest Bttltl?Ut' sell-govorn inent or "Itutior system" in American colleges, that ut tho college of \V i II i a hi ami Mary, lins been reorganized und re en? forced hy tho adoption ol u new constitution. The "honor sys tem" wan created ut William und Mary in 177'.', before most of the colleges in this country were founded, and has been in force since Unit lime Tin- col? lege itself was founded in I0U3, being the second eldest educu tionul institution in this coun? try. The old constitution wuh set aside bee a 11 de of the growth of the college, und its gte.it fu tore, und the new one adopted to insure ell eel ive s, If govern meat by the students in the coming years,. The new constitution radical ly chituges the government of the student body, the change being uuulngulis w i t h thu cbuuge in American |inlitics from the bi-cameral system of government to the commission form and the initiative, refer? endum and recall. In order to insure the election of capable men for all student olllces an amendment to the constitution provides that any man holding office niiisi puss at least ten hours work each term of the college year. The women, who were admit? ted to tho college in 1918, will ulso be governed by a newly drafted constitution. Five Candidates on Five Tickets Come From Ohio. Cleveland, Ohio, August 0 ? Ohio, 'The mother if Prtisi dents," now has live nominees on live tickets in the presiden? tial ami vice presidential derby. Three are editors ami publish? ers, and the fourth is the head of u book publishing hoiise, mid the.fifth is n Methodist preach er. Two candidates for vice president are Olevoluiidors. In addition lo James M. U?x, Dayton, Democratic nominee for president, editor ami pub Usher of the Dayton News ami Springfield News, and Wiirren J G. Hurding, Marion,Republican nominee for president, editor and publisher of the Marion] Star,the new additions to Ohio's list are: Rev. Aaron S. Wat' kins, of Gerinuiitown, Ohio, for? merly lawyer and college bond anil now prohibition candidate for.the presidency; Max S Hayes, Cleveland farmer?La tior Party's nominee for vice president, editor and publisher of the" Cleveland Citizen, n weekly paper, uud Itichurd C. Burnum, Cleveland, Single Tux Party's nominee for vice presi? dent. He is head of a book publishing company and is re gariled as tho tallest candidate who has over aspired In that ollice. lie stands six feet big hi inches in his stocking feut. He was hoi ii in'Texas 33 years ago. Jolly Hay Rides. Last Monday night a jnl.'y hunch of hoy s and girls crowd? ed into two auto trucks Iii led with liny and motored above Norton. They built a large camp lire, where they cooked part of the lunch which lhey had pack? ed in large baskets. This jolly party which was chaperoned by Miss Kate Gnlli rie, returned to their homes about three a. iii , a tired hill happy bunch. Those in the party were: Misses Myrtle Nickel-. Itlibj Jenkins, Norn Vouell, Irene and I.neile Draper, Sj oil ami Kelt:in Tilly, Louise Cox, Henrietta Skeeii, Munde Burkins, Amelia and t ilady s Christy . Messrs Charles t'richer, IC. Lane, 'Ted Wilt, Karl, Ly hi ami Bmlulptl Yullull, Kil. Wade, Norman Blissull, Marlin Unriius, Phtil Donahno, ICtigeno Stowurl ami .1 im K night. Visitors Entertained. Misses .lunet Bailey and Mar garet ami Kulli Barron, of Big Stone Hap, Va., who are visit ing Mis. D, II. Hi annum, are being shown many social litten lions. On Tuesday they were Mrs. Brunnuin's guests on a nip to Chattanooga, where Mr. W <i Black entertained with a motor trip lo Lookout mountain, Mis. sionury ridge, Chickumuugn Bark, Fort Oglelhorpe, ami olb er places of int.-rest. Tin s re. turned home that evening. The party was composed ol Mrs Hi annum, Mis- Baildy, Misses Barren, Mrs, Mntule Bay, Mi ? es Margaret ami Helen Black und Mt. Black. Know ille Sen? tinel. An anoymous writer who has not reached I he age of polite d is cretion remarks that paint does not have tho same elfoct mi an old face that it has on an old house Corona 1 hat highly confidential letter that you now write out by band?or that personal note that you didtke to dictate'?you can type out on Corona neatly,ipnckly, legibly, and at no aaCrifice of privacy. For Corona il truly the jxmmal Writing machine; am] you can use it anywht'n? at the office, at home, or on train or steamer. \Vclgln hut ? |kiuiuIu, in n! fuldi compactly into iti nrat ca?e lor travel. Exceptionally ? iinplr to operate. Conic In today and try Corona for younclf. For Salo By WISE PRINTING COMPANY ? Big Stone Gap, Va. "Fold it up?take it with you? typewrit* anywhere" We have u certain sympathy] for ihosu estimable gentlemen j who seek to reduce tho cost ofj living by wagging their I tougues. Hut wo have a barrel of respect for the fellow who really does it by wielding a hoe in his own garden. Some men will ^o from one end of the country to the other in order to toll some other fel? low thai he has been nominat? ed for the presidency, a fact he already knows, when they wouldn't cross I h 1 street to hear a good sermon and Icaru some thine, they tlon't know. Strange', you think, that this war din mil produce a single military commander whom the public could elevate to the hero class!' Not .1 bit of it The buck privates had so many brains ami iised them to such excellent advantage there was no opportunity left for tho offi? cers to shine by comparison. The young man who squand? ers his money- has many com? panions, hut few- friends. Men foi in friendships for those wl.1 they can respect, and no one respects another who dissi? pates his substance in riotous living Sir Thomas l.iploii is a bull I as Spot ty it sport as ever sported in American sport i n g waters, fjftthn often. 'Tommy, old hoy. You're 11 sky blue sport, with nut a cloud lo mar your sport? ing horizon. All reads of industry lead to wealth, hut most people take the hack Hack. A man urn think he knows his own faults, liul his neigh h us can tell him a lot he doesn't know Pay for Your Home in (1 Years Any one owning a lot with eleu r title, w ho w nuts 1 1 build and pay' for 11 in I! years on the installment phiu, hi a W. <i Cotrrrs. BankruptPetition For Discharge hi die Ii,-in, 1 1 .,1111 nl Diu I mini Stairs, Kni tint Western lUMriul of Vu ginia; In' I'h.. Mattel nt A. Ii, Ail.nii A S,m, 11 linn coni|.-.1 ..1 A--.itlK Allum ami Sam A. A Ho 111. Ihinlu tl-tt, IV IIANklill'I'CY 'In tin' Ih.ih!. 11.111V r MuiiuWiill, .ltltl(,'ti nl'tllll IH-tlirl ( null nl lite I nut .i Slali 1 lor Hie Wertem ma? il i.i nl Virgtiihi , .\ K \IIhiiiA Son. a tint, inittj.I of As>.ti.l K A Hani anil Sain A. AI la ill 0 f Appalachia, 1.in, -v nl Wine anil I lie Stal.' Virgin? ia, in mi,I liUlrh l n s|iti lttilly represent! tint mi Hit- IHih ilny or Ti lniiary last part Hie- wan duly adjudged bankrupt inwltii iltr A,| nl ('..utto?, relating to llank 1 upirj .1l1.1t limy li.iv.iihily surrendered all Un it |ini|terly al.kIiIm or pro|ietty..1 let- Hilly (??implied with all Ilm iei|iilre .Hl?ttf Haiti Acts ami or lit.' orders or 11..- 1 ..mi lunching lliier Itaiikruptuy. Wherefore tlnij 1 riij ilia" wxi.l linn may I..-.I,. i.t'.l to Ilm I min lo have a full ilia charge mini all debt* |itovalilo against llieiriMatu iimlei I he said llaiikriipl Arts, except Such debts a- am excepted by law trollt Kiit-ti iliscliargit li.iit.l llti? ?ml day or .Inly A I) IllJil A. K. Allam ?Vi Stiii. a Arm rniiipoacil of Awstlil K Altai.nl Sam A AlUlil, llaiikriipl. OKI) Kit nl' NOIMliK TIIKKRON Western IHslrlcl < a Virginia as, On llii- tllst .lay' of July A. I). 1050 ..t. mailing tint In,. ;;1.iii;; |Httitloii; it is ordered by the C. that ,1 hearing bo h i.l upon - nut' ..11 Hi, 1 '.ih day nl Septem? ber A I). lil.'O be|. Mi.l ('.mo, m lljjj StlllMJ Gap ill t.aiiI DUtriet, at III o'clock it. Iltr fon'tioiiu; .111,1 Hut liotico tlieoyl tie published in Ihn lliK Stone Ua]t 1 ...I, a iii'iis|.a|itr prlnteil in s.tiil IHrtrict. ami that all known creditors ami other pi'i.-.m- in in turrat may aptcar nl tint said time ami place aiitt klmw i'.iumi, If any they have, why (Im prayi'is S-iid |?tUloucr kIio?IiI lint iii- .1 till. .1 Ami it Is lurthei 1 mlercd by tin- Court that ihe ('It'll, dtall acini by mail to all know it cmlltoni copies oT said |ieiitlou ami ibin nitt. r aihlroxed to tlieroal tlicli place? <ti n-Mili-nec as alateil. lir.NltY i' Mi How Kl.h. ilmlgool -ml I'ourt,anil seal thereof at I lllg Storni Oap Iii Ihei said I n-aru t. mi the :tl-t day uf.lul) A l)\ Mio, (' K. IIkntiiv, < ierk Foregoing are true cniiles of the Pell li.ni ..I It.mkrupi hit Olacliarge ami of ttioOnlcrol Notice lItorooti. WIiiicsk my baud and the acal of the Court this lilt .1 o nl August, I'.r.'o. c K QexTsv, Clerk. Per C. l'. Cocbrau; D 0, Seal ol 1 ourt) I David Street, Inside tho Jaffa Gatt? ^?a. OMPABED with other capitals. u Constantinople, has for ccn v|i. units occupied ii unique posl Hun. anil because i>f the pecu Inn mi of Ol re im i> i ii in <s vital to hoi very existence us the mpltnl of lite Ottomnu cuiplrc, the war 11 tie. teil bei In a manner peculiar io herself. When ..hi broke out'practically ?II Ihc es? sential s. rvl.es of tin- countr)' Were In the bands of foreigners, Oennan, Kreuch iir British, und not only were liiere largo colonies of these nationals in the country, but in tin- capital Itself i lie ruling nice were in the minority, Je??, dreck? und Annenisns forming Ihn bulk of I lie imputation. I shall not attempt t<> discuss Turkish participa? tion hi the wur, nor the vast problems which ure now presented by the col lapso of the Ottoman empire, says u writer In the Sphere. Sutttce It to say tliat when the tint-hen arrogantly steamed up the Dardanelles, und sfter displaying her magiilflceucu as fur north us llcrafln ilrop|>ed anchor oil Seraglio Point, the die was t ust. Ger? man policy in Turkey bad reached its roilHiinimatlon, und one after the oth? er, Turkey, Bulgaria, BoutuanlH and Greece were dragged Into the vortex of war. What bus been snld will serve to lire pure ib.- rentier for what change to expect hi the Constantinople be used to know-, in many ways, since outside support is us necessary as ever to Iba town, changes ure nt Oral not so ap? parent, mid the crumbling of the elli? ptic is ns yet tun faintly echoed in its cosmopolitan capital. Streets are ust crowded us ever, shops In the Grande Km- ns artistically dressed, Prices have soared, but the exchange is go heavily against tin- piastre that for? eigners lire tun little affected. Turk? ish women, who bet?re the war were coming out of their seclusion und dis? carding the veil, ure now to be seen everywhere In public, unveiled am) gayly dressed, llomcspiin Broussn silk Is the chief material employed. cotton goodi having been nil but unob? tainable during the war. Tin- majority of the women ure un? usually well shod, und no Parlslcuue wears higher heels. Their shoes seem always new. It seems they lire Oer man-made of paper, and seldom wear for luore than u fortnight I Teaching Courtesy to Women. Mule manners hike long to accustom themselves to such clmuges in the ways of their womenfolk, and It never enters their heads to give up n tram sent to B lady, whereby hahgS n tale. tine evening a British soldier entered a tram und saw six men silting and nix holies standing, lie whs Indignant; he had dined. With the solemnity of h London policeman he approached euch mull in turn, mid summoning bis one word of Turkish. "Eide (outside). Johnny I" and turning to n lady, "Ma. dum, sit down." This till nil six were seated. The ?jictioruge Is as crowded as ever with shipping, only the (termini Hkk. tun e predominant, is absent, nnd the American flag, previously unknown, now quite common. Warships of nil the allies ride majestically nt anchor, ii ml unit- ivliili two British ships were engaged hi battle practice in the Sen of Marmora, the Inhabitants of stum tioul run hither mul thither wringing their builds mul declaring that the British were slieillnt; Stuiiiboul for some Inspired crime. Pence day with Us fltnrs and salutes produced a curi? ous effect. All Turkish men of-wur arc penned up behind Oalata bridge, und a British yeoman of signals scuds up the hoists on Galata tower. Everywhere are allied soldiers, Brit? ish, Kreuch, Italian. Greek, a few Americans, Russians and Serbs. Prob? ably these strike the greatest change of ull. The military school at Marble houses British G. Ii. Q . und the smart Highland sentries at the gate put the Rhuiiihilng Turkish sentries ut Timme barracks (half of which has been re? named Caserne Macmahon, und Is oo cupled by Kreuch trooi*.) to shame. Tho attitude of the Turks toward ! the Eujllah during the war is dhilcult to understand, side by side with the studied cruelty to prisoner* of wnr is ii liulte reiisonnblo treatment of Brit Ish residents within the empire. The British embassy uns inviolate?iiow dlfferont to Berlin' |?now the German embassy tins pun' Into retirement unit the line carved eagles on the roof are mournfully wrapped round with snck Ins, Undoubtedly the Turks now want to lie friends with the Urltlsh. hut it is beyond the scope of this article to ills eus.- mandates mul the like. The Turk knows he has been beaten, and is try? ing to prove that It was not his fault. He this ns It may, It Is curious to note tImt tu n conspicuous place In the ar? mory of St. Irene, now opened to the public ut certain times without special iiermissiou, Is u large qulltllkc sheet, bearing the repllcns of the lings of till the nllles. mul nerving ns n background for four large and well-executed por? traits of Mr. Lloyd George, M. Clemen ceau, Marshal Poch unc'. President Wit sou. Can anyone Imagine even n heat en England displaying portraits of llindenburg, Ludendorff; Bethtontin llollwcg, or Rantzau In the Tower of I.omlon? Racial Feuds Not Lessened. With tin- Greeks und the Armenians the uge-long feud continue. Clllblt tered by the wnr, and 111 no way Im? proved by current rumors ns to favors to be accorded to these countries lit j the expense of Turkey. Only tin- pros ! dice of other allied troops ami war I skips prevent-; n recrudesceni.f hor? rors only ton common during the war. Although a Britisher can go unmolest? ed into Sun Sophia, n Creek hardly ilure show himself In the neighborhood, mid Turkish troops ure quartered in? side the mosque with the admitted In? tention of keeping the Greeks out. Life among the Turks themselves Is little changed. The VtldlX Kiosk still batches plots, governments rise and full, the sultan himself lives In the greatest seclusion, and no allied sub Jeet is allowed to be present nt the weekly passage to the Selainllk. When in lhe middle of Ramazsn he went to pay his annual vows hi Sun Sophia, bis yacht surrounded by bis household in little motorboats, the procession was bended by n pinnace bearing the White Ensign. Otherwise Turks only were present. There nre no striking changes in the appearance of the town. Tiros have taken larger toll than usual, und would have taken more were It not for two Urltlsh motor lire engines, which, how? ever, have the disadvantage of ex? hausting the available water supply far sooner than u score of the anti? quated hand-pumps on which the safe? ly of the town previously depended. Everywhere Centum Interests and influence nre being eliminated. The Deutsche bank and Wtcncbnnk Verein have put up their shutters; the erst? while German club is now the British officers' rcsthousc. A gymkhana club has been opened nt Mnshlak, sad golf and tennis ure In full swing, while polo is played regularly by British officers ut Blyukdcre and In the Valley of I In Sweet Waters, the hills around be? decked with nit tin- paraphernalia of Urltlsh military camps. Trying to Enforce Sanitation, j The scavenging dogs have dlsup ipcared; the horrors of their end are well known. Two English liuly doctors charged with the sanitation of the j town now force unwilling municipal authorities to remove garbage from tho alrcets. and on the whole lire fair? ly successful, though the tusk Is far from being an easy one. i The sounds most characteristic of j night In the Turkish cupllnt ure still I heard: the lap, tup, tap, of the night ; watchman's heavy stuff, the cries of ! the fireguards, the muezzin's call. Out wardly there Is little change, but deep down nre the multi-rings of unrest nnil uncertainty, nnd ho Is an unusually bold man who nttetnpts to predict what will be tho fate of the town which for id centuries nt least tins played so es? sential a part In tho history of man? kind, which bus been hi its time tho heart uf a great empire. Boy Killed at Rock Quarry. H ?ylvestor Brown, better ktufct OR us "Booster Sinttb," n u n^Bj old colored boy while !itt,.'llu,|. M ing to rido n dump ear in t",. H Bock Quarry oh Insi Tueifa fl I afternoon about live o'clock fl was thrown under tlie wheth fl and imdnntly killed, llnS;n,iBj that ho jumped on the car :n?| B that II small white boy In H name id Willis also jumped on B lit when it tilted ami as a result B the colored hoy was killed. The B I Brown boy was a very indnt. 3 I Irons and good boy anil had I been working at the quarry on ? I |y a tdiori l nne /"~\N your arrival the >?" thoughtful hoiteM welcome? you with lcv> cold, refreshing Word a l.emon-t'rush?compan? ion drink to Orange.' Cruiltl CooUa'fl aa Sea brcattit Tli< ?duilra Ward Protei? comblnci tbodatlcata oli from frethly'plcltaii lernom with lien ma?r unit citric ncl.I the natural acid of cltmt trull, . rrce?rc,t hy Orahka*Ci Bottled in Appainohlrt by Pepsi Colti Botllinjj Company Phono -ir, Appnlnchla, Virginia People's Cafe HIMHI: BENTLilV and CHAMP Cl.Akk Proprietors Wc serve the pybli? 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