xt7f7m041m60 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7f7m041m60/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky State University of Kentucky 19141210 Accession number: 2015ua025; other titles include Idea, The Idea; published weekly during the academic year newspapers  English Lexington, Ky.: Idea Syndicate of the State University of Kentucky, 1909-1915. Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. The Idea Lexington (Ky.)--Newspapers. Fayette County (Ky.)--Newspapers. The Idea of University of Kentucky, Vol. 7, No. 13, December 10, 1914 text The Idea of University of Kentucky, Vol. 7, No. 13, December 10, 1914 1914 2015 true xt7f7m041m60 section xt7f7m041m60 V? °
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Non-residency of Récélltly Winning Team     I Proves Victor in Red I-I()t,!D€p3l’tHl€Ilt of Journalism I Pass R€S0ll.1f.i0I1S Calling on
  Elected T1’l1St€€ Ground Silver LOViDg CUI)- Contest in Pgttgrggn S0- I Girls Take Up Work and College Al.1th01‘it.l€S to
For Action. B3I`k€I` Trophy. cigty Annual Event, I Issue First Blluétlll. I Help Stop it.,
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STATE     The inter-society debate botwggn The Hman dcclamlmry count Ml Volume I, Number 1,   "l»er;tucl; OFFCIERS ELECTED
  Ima Paterson md Union umuy so Pmwrson Literary Society wu held in State University Bulletin, was ssu _____
Clem,. wm be held in cm"], Frid·y,I {Monday. This is a single sheet g0tt€¤_ The Association ot Kentucky Col-
At uw mwung °t uw B°°rd °f Tm" December mth. TN Nbjgct. ..R•_|°h¤P°l l"¥'id¤Y ¤l¢h¥» D6<¤°¤¤b°*' M wd out under the auspices ot the Journal- Ieges in session Saturday at Morrison
W tees held in the Gy¤1¤¤Bi¤¤1 B¤Udi¤8» solved, That the Mono. Documo the Crum medal was awarded to Jacob asm Department and seeks to sive a\ChapeI, Transylvania University, attler
’ Tuesday artemoon, Governor J. B. Mc- Should be Ab8_nd0¤°d'.. is on of vim S. Sattley, ot New York, a Freshman calendar ot the week, including a a literary program had been given,
CNM.), refused to smut Mn _y_ L Lyle, concern. The Patterson Society wm in the College or Arts. His declama- schedule ot all society meetings, social elected oftloers tor the ensuing year as
; recently elected trustee. of New York, uphold the affirmative. represented by tion was, "Antbony to the Romans? functions, etc., which are of interest` follows: President, J. L. Clark, Qt
I R commission on the grounds that 8 F. O- Mayes, of Springfield. J. S. Earl L. Fowler, president ot the to the students, faculty and friends of Kentucky Wesleyan College, Presl-
_ Samen of Lexington, and 0. R. Wn_ society, made a short talk at the be- the University. The editors are Milsldent; Dean J. L. Patterson, ot the re-
l “°°'"’“id°“t °t uw St°'t° wu m°u`|lett of Elizabethtown glnning ot the meeting. Music was Margaret Cassidy and Miss Mlldredlcently admitted University or Louis-
€ Siblé- | Trha Union tum upllcldmg me Mom furnished by the University orchestra. Taylor, tlrst year students in the De- ville, Vice President; Prof. F, L,
U Following the refusal ot Governor me Docmno are S_ S_ Comb'. of The judges were: Dr. Granvill Ter- partment of Journalism. The bulletinlltalney, ot Central University, Secre-
2 Mccreary to issue the commission M,-_ Hamm, C. W_ Banc,. of Muulom rell, Prot. T. T. Jones and Judge Ly- is printed by the University Press. ltary-Treasurer.
Lyle said he felt that the Governor vine, and L- W. Famer, of Somonot man Chalkley, all ot the University A publication of this kind is of zreatl The new Executive Committee is
had no right to www mm E place on Both mums have been mma! mam faculty. service. Similar ones are issued at; Dean A. M. Miller, ot Kentucky State
· pmpuluon md E www deb", I- ¤_ The speakers in the contest were: many ot the large universities. Spas- University, Chairman; Deon T, B, Me.
°h° b°°"d but h° dm mt k°°w wlmt pecmd D. L. McNeill, ‘Cnban Ai!a.lrs;" B. D. modic attempts have been made in! Cartney, of Transylvania; Prot. C, F,
¤<¤¤0¤ he W<>¤ld WM ¤¤t11 h° Md °°¤‘ l Sartln, "Ada.m'¤ 8ol|1oquy;" E. D. the past to issue such bulletins here Rumold, ot Berea College, md Prest-
t ferred with Judge E. C. O’Rear, who ?_°`°`°;`—` Woods, “Happiness and L1berty;"|but after a tew issues they were dis- dent N. B. Adams, or Georgetown Col-
5 is representing him in this matter. I     H  Fred O. Mayes, "Columbu¤;" M. R, continued. It is hoped that the publi- lege.
’ P. P. Johnson, Jr., ot Lexington; S u McCauley "The Genius ot Patx·iotism;" cation will be made a permanent fen- Discussion ot the question or betting
‘ John Wesley Woods, ot Ashland; Dr. 0. R. Willett, "Napole0n, the Exlle;" ture. on the athletic contests by students,
: S. B. Marks, ot Lexington, and G. G.       C. W. Harney, "Iago;" R. F. Ritchie, .—-—•-••-—- friends and alumni ot the various in-
; Brock, tour ot the newly elected trus- "Poe;" J. S. Sattley, "Antbony to the Stitutions brought out much unfavor-
' tees, took the oath and sat with the "L Romans?   I A A   able comment on the pernicious prac-
_ Board in session Tuesday. John E. Choose R€p1’€S€Ilt8.tiV€S ill I i I · l l tice.
? Brown, ot Shelbyville, the sixth mem- Meeting and Select Good       The speakers agreed that it was a
ber, couldn’t be present on account of     A | detriment to the inter-collegiate games
illness. Men for Work'  ...- and in View of this evil passed the
The new Executive Committee is 'L · · _ following resolution Axnanimousl :
composed ot Richard C. Stoll, ot Lex- A mass m°°tm8 °t um °t“d°°t b°dy     Intercouegilate Ath1(?t{c Rep "Res0lved, That the Asociatio; er
ington; c.e.N1cn¤1¤,¤r Faytete Coun- was held in chapel Tlwrvdw. D¤<>•m- ____ resentatwes of Dlxle to Kentucky Colleges and Urnversmes,
ty, chairman; C. B. Terrell, ot Bed- ber 3, to vote on the passing of a new First Rehearsal is   for G3th€I` at PhO€DiX. d9Dl0l'i¤g the fact that betting has
ford; T. L. Edelen, ot Frankfort; G. constitution for student mpwsenmuon _ ._.... been carried on by alumni and friends
G. Brock, of London; P. P. Johnson, on the athletic board. Forthcomlng Comedy i The annual meeting of the S. I. A. of the institutions in the various com-
  ot Lexington, and John E. Brown, Short talks were given by J. T. Gal- to be Giv€u_ I A_ wm convent, here Friday. Decem. petitive games, call upon the authori-
ot Shelbyville. The last three named be,. 11, for a tw0_day Session and wm ties of the various colleges and univer-
****8 ¢¤<>¤¢¤ from ¤¤¤<>¤¤ the Mw "°‘"· °*‘“"““‘““ °' “‘° '“"°““‘· ““° "’ The stroma-s· Dramatic Cnr or th.,|dmsS questions arming me wma- Sim ¤f me ¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤ to use every
alumni members gf the boar-d_ J. T. Goocb and Basil Duke Sartin. University held their mst mhearsalinem welfare of College 8_tmeucB_ proper means in the power to elimi-
Reports of the president, t’aculty,I Mr, Ggogh gtgtgd in grew words [hg or ..Chm.ley·B Annu. A mmckmg Engl The meeting wm be held in the nate the evil. We believe that such
"x°°“m'° °°mmm°°* S°l"°ti°“ °f “ l purpose of the meeting and a short re- I lish comedy in three acts, at Patterson  Phoenix Hotel and will be presided I atmosphere is “'h°uY m°°¤SiB{€¤t
new executivecomrnlttee and a`board|vi€w Of athletics in me University and Haul Monday mgm_ lover by President w_ M_ Riggs. Ofiwith the efforts being made to give
ol control for the Lxperiment Station { Mr. Samn mad me new constitution It is me intention of the Strollers to Clemson Couegth South Carolina, who eyery member ot our student bodies
consumed most of the time of the. take me play on the mad, making Sew ‘ is also president of me a_SB0cmti0u_ I high moral ideas, and it should be cor-
m€°tmg‘ las it Stood. eral of the nearby towns, A tentative Other members of the executive com-Irectedx,
U President Barker, in his report, dig-I Nominations were then made for selection of the various parts was {umu, Me: E_ T_ uolmeth of Gordon; The eleventh annual meeting et the
cussed the rapid strides being made iglggugu of Officers to serve on the [wg made Monday mgm. [Minute, Georgia, SccI.t,tary_trcuSurel._ ` Association of Kentucky Colleges will
by uw Umv"S“y· A°°°"dmg t° mslcommittees. J. T. Gelder was elected The tentative cast ts;  and Brown Ayres. of the University oflbe held uw mst Saturday in D€‘°°m‘
r°p°rt there uw "°w wu per cemlchalrxnan of the Student Association, Dana Lucia D’A1vadorazes—Miss 'l`¢l1¤1€S¤v®. Vi¢‘¤·D¤'¢¤id€11t- be of mxxt year at Sum lY“i"'°"s“Y·
mom Students at the *‘··*v<>r¤¤y thanill. R. McCauley vice·presldent, and Katherine Mitchell, Miss Virginia` The ¤¤1¤*¤*U¤l8S M6 ¤ii€¤d¢’d UY [NJ TM University Club entertained me
at this time lust year und me w°rk °f Miss Florence Hughes, secretary. Stout, Miss Cecelie Cregor. lp¤`·¤‘Sid•=’¤1i¤, ¤ihl€¥i€ h€¤·d$ Bild S¥'¤d‘ Visiting professors in their Club r°°mS
the institution has grown proportion- The constitution provided that the Km}, V8rdun___MiBs Rebecca Smithiiuuw managers of football and buB8_\witl1 a delightful reception Saturday
meh" president of the University be a mem- Miss Nancy Innes, Miss V. DeLalne. }b¤·l| uf the \'k¤‘i0Us insritutioua iuighh
'*""’ Ag'*°“““'°‘ W°'k ““ “°m°‘Y lber or the governtng board and Pro- Amy spemgue—M1¤s M. n attract.; Universities and wllescs. members °1°'°°’“`—
""'“'“"“d"d· P"°“*"‘*'“ B“"“" was rsssor Freeman, Judge cnrdkney, Lien- miss Lots Powell, Mm Nat woods. ·uf the ¤ss¤<·i¤¤i<>¤. srs:   4`K CLUB MEETWG AT N°ON’
enthusiastic over the course or Hlgll-lmmm Underwood and Professor Elm D6mhy__Miss Kmmwu Sum.? Smw Vmwrsny Ol, Kentucky, MLITHURSDAY. IN EDUCATION zulu).
"`uy Engm°°ring’ mgmumd lwm lastlliowe were apointed to serve with van, Miss Mary Parker, ington; Central University, of Dan- ING`
winter, which he said had boen 0tlhtm· Si? I"I`B,I]CBB Ch€B¤By—E,   Ff8ZiBr,!\'ill\’; the UuiV€l°$“·y of   )H8§]•5§ipl)i` (gg}-
’*r°m’ som/{CB tu uw cuumy mad °°gi` James Park, Herschel Scott, J. T. Frank Kenendy, A. B. Lelbovitz. :!·0UiS\'iU¢‘· KYJ \V¢>0df0rd (`0"‘¤S€·%l¢’H¢‘· (`U¤1i0¤1. Miss; Mlllsups College,
mers of me State' `Gelder and Wllllam Tuttle were elect- Stephen Spett,igue—-\Vm_ SntnntqlggSpartzmsburg, S. C.; Clemson Agricul— Jackson, Miss.; Tulane ['nivernny.
-——-—-•-• - cd as student members of the govern- Warren Eubank. itural College, Clemson, S. C.; Citadel New Orleans, La.; Louisiana State
THIRD CADET HOP ling board. l Jn;-k Chesney—L_ W_ Mgc1d;;kdy,:(`ullcgt·, Citadel, S. Q`.; l`hHK`lesl0¤ C0}- University, Baton Ronge, I,g,_; the
SATURDAY AFTERNOON Judge Barker made a short talk at Noel Williams. ilssr. ¢`lw·¤‘|<*sw¤¤. S- V-; the U¤iV¢>¤‘¤iiY l'Hiv~‘rsily of Alabama, Tuscaloosa,
____ Ithe close ot the meeting. He said the (jhgrlgg wyk€h¤m..R0bm·t Ehrucmlot tho South, Sewanee, Tenn.; Vander- Ala.; Alabama Polytechnlcal Institute,
'l‘he thlrd cadet hop of the seasoninew movement made by the student John Marsh, H. J. Evans. llrili l'¤\iV¢¢¤‘¤|!Y. NHSUVWG. '¥`¢*¤¤-2 Nw Mlbllril. Ale.: the University of Geor-
wlll be given Saturday afternoon in body came as a. surprise to mm as he Brnssott-—Nool \Vi]||gmg, wm, Shinn llnivcrsity of Chattanooga, Chattauoo- sia, Athens, Ga.; the Georgia School gf
lluell Armory. A Saxaphone trio will’was not in touch wlth any discontent nick. `ga, Tenn.; the University of Mlsslsslp- Technology, Atlanta, Ga.; Mercer Unl-
fnrnlsh the music and another lively ln regard to athletic activities at tho Lord Fnncourt B3bborly—L30 Sand. pl. Oxford, Miss.; Mississippi A¤ri<‘u|· versity. Macon, Ga., and the Univer-
dance is assured. `Untverslty. Nunn, Warmn Eubank. lturul and Mechanical College, Agrtcul- sity ot Florida, Jacksonville.
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· lThank• Freshmen and Others Fcri*|’*‘"*l 3 Y*‘“' 6**5** below BOW! 0¤ @0; Loulsvnm will ylsit Min Elllnbgth  L‘••""mm°“°:~"tZpg` LREA
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ws   l¤n.tn<·. Will Ragland was injured dur- To SUCCEED J_ ¤_ WAGERE HRH Silvdly Dllhi. ..,.m'_' .  
8 · ·     · ’ 3 ,tak¤·n to the hospital where he re- ***0*89 **· Smmh S°¤*°'° *¤ **1** Mwlvqsgted hm- d.u.bm· mn Mun., 9.,;.
imamm 8,,,.0ml days Rnd while there uvpartnnent, was named last Thurs-*m.d”_ _ Hllr Cui TM CMN TN l
‘was visited by a number of students, day bY SUNG Y- M- C· A· S€°*`<=‘t¤¥`Y1 Profeum. and Mn_ zembmd took Phone 485'Y
      1,.],;,.qy py-p,.hm;m_ who delivered •’l¤*l<> U· DW t° ¤“°°°°d J· B· W°·$°";dmm,, with Judy, mq M", Barker, TWO Byothcrs
  {Bowers U, me injured ‘,yM·,`,·_ VIH secretary of the Railroad Y. M. U. Sunday. I I
I06   ‘ vt-orpsor Guns has received the rot-,~’·· of this Mw Mr- Smith WM hishly _ BlI'b€I'   i
, Miss Marguerite McClain, of Louis .
mwmg mm from the pnayers I ¤·e·¤¤¤m¢¤<1¢d for the position to m Wm be the at of Mm Mmm Also Cle•nin;,_l’re••mg and ,
b th In wlnich he was appointed, having been V G" su R6pllfIII§
Unw €¤*•r•*v N•* '*•'••¤•'”•"* ’° ° · I wuus next. weak. L¤d|••’ work • sp•¤¤•ny
‘ Knoxville, Tenn., Dec, 8, 1914, very successful at head of the Employ- 235 wut shun st.
...-—-——;—— wm. Ezra 1,, mms, Lexington, Ky, lmem Bureau m 1911 and 1912, may Mm BGM ·l°”°*‘•°¤· °'°;°¤¤’¤· W"' Um, 1;,..,.,,.,, 1;,,., 8,,,,, _
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l mm sn; My brother wm and 1·vr¤mi¤¤<·¤t1v c¤¤¤¤<>t¢d with the Uni- ‘ “ " " °' “°’ '°° Fm ARAGON mm ,0 Mmm o, .
'· lwam to thank you from the bottomiversiyt Y. M. C. A. work last year as WB! EU¤¤b¤*-h Rodes i¤ bwk in Varalty Hgndbwka. 16 Not good "
, ~‘ lor our hearts for the courtesles and S 0*16 of the B°¤¤‘d 0f C°¤¤’0l of WM 0* | “°h°°' 'm’°' * w°°k" m““·   ._
t } Ikmdness Shown him Wvhue he was mtggntzation. He was one of the mem- Miss Mattie E. Sloan, of Owensboro,   B , C 3
rf ,,,6 hospital in L,,,,,,gm_ plus., bm ot our rooumnn mm this season will be me guest or Mm Ame omg- 1CtOI` Og6CI°{ O. ,
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rn also extend our thanks to the Fresh-land I‘l¤Y€d ¤€V6¥'¤·l D0¤m0¤¤ ui UIQIOPY DSX! WG9}.  
V / t man Class and the fellows who were WW- A delightful reception wu given in ,,
Y \ kind °“°“8h *0 "sn Wm “'h"" ha was MADISON CAWEW DIES the parlors of Patterson Hall, Monday T}16 1
< - in YOU" °“Y· ' afternoon in honor of Miss Ina HALLMARK
_ it l Wm has be"` °°"n"°d t° his r°°m· Madison Cawein, one of the world’s $¢h9¤‘¤'¤b¤¢k» ¤‘¤V¤U¤8 ¤0<>*’°*¤'Y °Y Store
,` A Smtce l;°fr°m";glu]::ilt°du;7 mtligiigreatest poets, died at 12:25 0‘clock, the Y- W- C- 5- couqe Tad. E·P°d·", solicited
go Ou or R 9 e' 8 'Tuesday morning, at his home, No. 6 _ __.......__.._..
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Q the danger ls past and it is only a mat- St- James Apartments in St. James   and get acquainted l33·l35 W- Mun SL
ter or a short time til he will be in Umm Louisville Ky at the me of _th d t_ LEXINGTON - KENTUCKY
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g°°d shaw Again ' 1:•. Death came after 87 hours of un-
Agaln thanking you for past favors, consciousness and was Bald to have ";"‘—"* **"‘*" L-.
I beg to remain
’ been due to a blood clot at the base of
Very truly y°u”' the brain, duo to falling against a bath A      
H` E' RAGLAND tub last Friday. Besides his wid0w,\ ;  """"`_`;_
' '*‘ little son and Dr. Caweln, he leaves *74. 3.-,
PROF` J' T' BEARD two other brothers, John and William " ·"**   €
I V'°'T° °"'VER°'TY Cawein, or Oakland, cmuomm. “NORMAN"  
"' " ¤ Dean c. J. Norwood or the omega ———•-•-•—-— Th NEVNT · p
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dem Brow"' of the Board of com I There will be a meeting of the Pon-     C0.
merce, had, as a visitor Monday, Prof.} _
Y •n5royal Club ln chapel Monday D0- cl-nt P.- · In mi". __
James T. Beard, of New ork. Pro- Cembcr 14, at 12 dclockl Every one   ,____,__. _....
    "’“°" B"““’ has "°"“ ““°“‘““g ""’lwlm is from one of me wsstsm coun- · l
l{<>ntu<·ky Mining Institute, in Louis-Ines is A member and is urged to be WHERE AM I GOING? ,,
ville, and stopped in Lexington at tho? ~
· » r—· t, the m ting is an exceed-
hpcciauy     invitation of Professor Norwood.|;1;;?nim;;nant 0;; To
  OU? Styles WRY above Professor Beard is one of the foremost] I I       (     , ·
the average • • • • _ _ authorities on mining engineering inIMRS. IDA TUCKED PASSES AWAY g g p y
‘he United States, having been con-I ` _
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neuzd mug libel h;u;;a?tOn°;l iowa 5 Mrs. Ida Tucker, wife of Mr. Tucker, , _,____ _..______._..._
won ence kdm; it Sing Or i0:ty·{l`orer11un of the Experiment Station; | Q
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Fal g ~¤¤*·*€"- m*¤m* Burv ew md ¤¤·* q   Th.,   will 1,.. .........;..1 . . 21 oway Om pany .
Operaton For the past three years he ‘n the Lexington cemetery this after- ·
Hats, has been senior associate editor of the { noon |   " · ,
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"(‘oal Age." Monday at 11 o’cIock in[ · ¤ ,
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Shoes and {tho Mining Building, he addressed thel l           ·
imlnlng students on the subject, "The l + + + + + + + + + + + + _* + + : I     and Gymnasium Slip} l CS ‘
F » hn .Prob1em that Confronts the Youngl+ PATT. HALL NEWS l Bic des and Re airs Pennants and rosters
urnis ings { Engineer When he Leaves College and [ + + + + + + + + + 4* * + + * + * ` y I? _ ’ T   ’ . V
illow he Must Face it." l · Flshlng HC 8 I ,
NOW Ready l *’*¤*€~S<>r**¤¤¤*‘¤a¤¤~S¤·¤**¤€St¤·} *"““°* my S""""°"‘ ““" Sm? : Special Pricu ss cymmaum Equipment, Eastman Kodakv
`dems of me mining school was v€ryIl\'i1n11 McConnell spent the we<->k·€nd $ md Suppucm Toy'. ~g
'i"“ iinstructive and greatly appreciated by I In i*’·"i”· l
' Iall who heard it. In the course of hlsi Miss H*U"`i‘*t ua3l·7¤l'd» ¤€€¥`€tm'Y of I 1 I46_I48       LEXINGTON.   I l. `
    {talk profesor Beard pointed the tactllhté Sludfdlll V0]l1Il[€t*f' IIIOVUIHEHI, Was 1 ,
’ what although Hung wgrk was popular-gu guest ut the Hull Siinduy and gavojl __·__ii_________"_A_r__ _____Y__v_ __ » _ _ r_ V
,1;* supposed to be dangerous, that it 1* ***0** i'*S*"¤<‘*i"° and illiemsung wml  ""'_‘    7
& ( 0. {was not nearly as much as so many ` to thc devotional meeting of the Y. \V-\    
hor vocations. Safety devices sev-`C· A-
MW l~ » » ~ .   . . WELSH & MURRAY
 <·rul of which he has invented mmgenr, M lss 1·ranccs l·.1drcd, or Caldw olll .
The Cbucgc Fellows' Shop laro invaluable assets to the success College- was Mw BMS! of MUS Eleanor  
of the modern mine. lA""°'· S“m"d”·Y·   N I   · O `-;"·
  Monday afternoon Professor Hoardl mss **0***** ****]*0*- of U8""m"· “’““` ° _'
l guf the Commercial Club, together with E *"i“’*""» {MS “'*’€k· * 4
M.nuf·°tur•r·C°EGA | llrofvssor N0r“·00d’ H tour of the Cityi `HBS Illil. S('||t*l`l'€b(‘(‘k, traveling $€c'1 .4
    ;‘tl1d surrounding country was lll1ldt*,‘ ""U*"F U" Mw SWW "¤¤iV<*FSUY Y- W-} I I lh       S   ’
  lm which the tobacco markets and, l`. A., is here this wuok, tulklllg OV¢¢!'{ e g e V
1“ WEST MAIN {TREE? }   [ =¤~><»· iution l¤r<»b1<·n¤s sith the si¤‘l¤· i   J,
} ’ Allzes Farolyu llutvhlus of Louis- ,
Unlvcrslty Lunch Stand DR, J_ D,   ’ ull:-_ will bu tht- gucst u1' Mrs. H. S·T 1. `  
cn"' “°'“°|"°" '° °wd°"“ 5v5, EAR, Nos; md 1-Hg0A1· |'¤u·kcr next 1·‘¤·muy, M1.; s Katherluoi COLLEGE   A SPECIALTY l
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TO ALL THE CHRISTIAN PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY "°"*°**° and *¤¤t*¤¥ ¤¤¤¤¤¤ t¤• ¤•¤·
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J •’   J J An Appeal for Consideration of Moral as Well as Intel- _“"_""‘“
—-———-—  lectual and Vocational Edcation in the Schools  
DR. E_ W_  A   The program ln {ull was as follows: and Colleges 0 Kentucky,      
OF TYPHOID   "Concentrated Commercial Feeding ..._. A! Leonard Hstsl •
....__. gmgny punk gg;-eee At the State Student Conference otl 6. That thls conference appeals to NONI IlTTIR
Ul'. E. W- Mllmmtl. of tho D9D¤l't· •*Th0 Economic value of que|,·· Kentucky Young Men‘s Chrlstlan As-ltho Christian people ot Kentucky. the °°°·w'LL ·n°·'• P'°P'°'“°”
. "‘““° °f v°°°"""y S°l°“°°· d*°d °t Lawrence Bradford. soclatlons at Winchester on November voters ot Kentucky, the General As- W S G  G
typhoid fever Friday mgm M H°nd°r' "The Advantages Parced Post Has 7. 1914, a Conference was held of del- sembly of Kentucky, Boards of Trus- • · R
SO"' Ky" whew he had bum "°u°n°d for the Farmer" J, H, Hod es, egates from the faculties of the fol- tees, Presidents, Superlntendents of
'or several month l tl lth ' K The Sanitary Grocer
` ‘ H n commc °" W "A Glimpse of the Lone Star State/' lowing Kentucky colleges. Education, Professors, Teachers and
um wmk °f tho S““° 'md F°d°"’·l D"‘ J, P, Rlekette, From Kentucky Wesleyan: Professors Instructors, Churches, Pastors, Priests Phone  
p“"m°“t’ to ¤t¤¤¤ot¤s fm'- lm! cm" Thg next meetlng wm bg held at B. T. Spencer, J. H. Hewlett, W. B. and Rabbis, to insist that our youth be C"' ·' Llmnnm lm. wal"'. A"'
era. For more than a year Dr. Mum- putmnon Hsu and wm be the Mm Mqtehen me J, L, neeley, brought up ln reverence and with ' `
* mu was °t°'u°"°d M L°xm8t°° wd meeting ot the Agricultural Soclety From Georgetown Cellsgez Professors falth ln God.
l "‘“"° "‘““" "*°“"' "°"°· “° “’“ °°“‘ and tho Home Economics Club. J. L. Hill, A. L. Rhoton, Garnett Ry-
°"'°"’d °"° of °h° ¤*°¤* °¤¤¤"'° men ____,,...... nasa, s. c. Henry, n. N. osslon ssa "Lord God or nests, Be with Us Yst.··
ln hls work that has ever come to Ken-! page ;_ e_ qgqp Gem REElE¤d_ an- 1. Tt  
{ , mc"- B"f°"° mm"'! h°'°° h° "“_ G°E$ T0 Vm°lN'A From Trsnsylvsnls Unlvsrsltyz Pro-[Central Kentucky Faculty 127 Clwapsldc
_ with um M°'f°rd C°mp“y· °f Ph"*'l 1 fessor Clarence C. Freeman. Advisory Council of the State Young Hours 8 A_m_ to 8 p_m_ phen. 8644
l d°lphl“· m°"“f“°“"`°" °f M°l°$l“ll Pr°t‘ E' S` G°°d' had °f the Dt From Csntrsl Unlvsrsltyz Professors Men’s Christian Asoclatlon.
l products. At the time of Dr. Mummrs partment of Animal Husbandry at the C_ G_ C,.00kE_ N_ R Smm, D_ L_ (Signed)  
death hls father was with him. Experiment St¤ti0¤. h¤¤ 80¤<·> W WW! Thomas and Henry Meme C_ G_ Crook., I
· B“"m was M the h°m° °f D"- Mum' vhigmh t° denver ° °°"°° °f mln From Berea College: Professors F. O. Central University.   You  
  ‘““" p’·"°“” nl Virginia- _°" um °t°°k pr°d“°u°°‘ H° wm Clark, B. H. Roberts, T. J. Osborne, LYMAN CHALKLEY, Th _
t -—-••·—-—— “°°°" °“ '“bj°°‘° ’°'“""" *° “‘° '°°°' H. E. Taylor, J. w. whitehouse, ·r. University or Kentucky. ° b“* " "°"° *°° U°°d
, E       lng of beet steers, hogs and sheep. A. Edwards, M. E- Vaughn. B- T. SPENCER, when if comet to I photo-
i     THE KENTUCKY HOME From Stats Unlverslyt: Professor Ly- Kentucky Wesleyan College. ¤.Ph7 B. °” uI•_f•dd•
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_ is It has finally b€6Il d0Cld€d that t.h9l'¢ ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION man Ch¤’lkl°y' CLARENCE C' FREEMAN'
- wm be no poultry Show in connection From Cumberland collage: Protessor Translyvania University. F S I
g with the Farmers. Wake At Sum UDL The Kentucky Home Economics AA_ John Vallandlngham. F. O. CLARK,       ct
' versity January 4-9. inclusive. This soolstlos will meet ln Lexington um-- F'°"‘ E"‘°"" K°"'“°"Y "°'"""’ P"` B°"°“ C°"°8°· 311 W. Main Strat.
was necessary because of the out- lng Farmers Week. Home economics t°°°°r R" G' Sw"' R` G' STOTII" The Sunday. phohvwha
` break of foot ¤·¤d 1¤0¤th disease inlteachers from all over the State as It WM “¤¤¤lm°¤¤lY l’°¤0lV€d $8 tho E·¤t~··¤ Ky` State N°rm°l`
Kentucky. though it was hoped ro: wsu ss many others lstsssstou ln the oootlmoot of tho Cooforonoo thst N°"°'“"°" 20- “’“· |_____.........,_
eeme time the; the eltueuen with re. work, wu lstteud the m°etiug_ gev. moral development and tralnlngl Bsnksrt I Fotseh. Preprlstsrs
¤D6¢t to that di¤t`¢¤¤0 Would bo sum- eral speakers ot note will address the Should ¤'°°°l‘·'° ¤¤ UNM ¤°¤¤ld°T¤U°¤ Extmct "°m the r°°°" °f Sum E Ie    
Emmy cleamd by this time to Am Association. in the education of the youth in om. Superintendent ot Public Instruction    
nounce that the show would be held. .-—-o-•-»—--· schools as the intellectual and voca- H°¤d°”°¤· (187149)- °pgg|:°:·::  
The dfgcggg lg eeeuy carried in {eau,. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB. tlonal; that our educational system "it is as di¤8¤¤ti¤8 as tho bl¤¤· L•xm°E°n’ Ky_
arg, gg wel] gg in woo], hidcg and other ·—·-— Sl'lOl1ld HIBKB [)l'0VlSl0l'l for such D10l‘3l Dn9mY of ndmmlswdng baptism to 8* FIRS1-_cLA·· WORK GUARANTEED
animal p;·0ducts_ l The wekely mootios of the Home development and training. ln order dog, to put at the hoad of thé C0\1¤U'Y'8  
L.....•.*._.— Economics Club was held Monday u' to promulgate this gentlment, the Oen· school interest, as all example to U18 Meet Me AHB! ull Glml lf
    '~°m°°¤ M 3*30- tral Kentucky Faculty Advisory Coun- ¢‘hi|df€¤. 3 mail of D¥'0f8116 ¤D66¢h» dl¤· M ,
'_"" Tho P*`°K*'¤mm° of the da? WW °¤ ell of the State Young Men'; Chrletleu solute habits, and rudeness of manner.   S
The Home Economics Department
lK¤¤t¤¤¥Y W¤'*¤¤¤‘¤» wd ¤°¤¤*¤*°d °' Association was apolnted a committee It is a mockery to place one bankrupt ·
is making great preparation for wh"' on a wd] md GOOD-
F , W k be h ld A J Wlks °¤ md “l°°u°¤” f"°m ”°m° °' to draft a memorial ot the views ofthe of faith in a position in the public
°m°r° °° ’ t° _ ° mm °°` our noted Kontuokisos Tho woo- Conmosce tc be pubnshed to the school system, hardly excelled by the Hot Chocolate, Candy and lest
““" 5 ‘° 8‘ F“"“°'“ W°°" "““ "““° ¤o¤¤ wow to ¤¤o¤¤¤ with ¤·¤r¤¤¤¤<=¤ Christian people the somlslstsoovs sony wmsu would mst s dischorsod ·-··———;——···
a success last year. Many prizes are A h ut ' Dr Ed
° °m° 6- olllcers and lnsturctors of our unlver- f€|011 88 ¢¤8hl€1‘ of ¤· b¤»¤k- U U16 ¥'6· e . ward grdgp
to be offered in various contests and
At UIQ ¤0¤¤l\1¤l0¤ of U16 D\‘0Ki’¤mm9 git] cell d blt h lg g lation of these two things to the
the pubuo is invited to attend the ex- °°’ €g°° °° °° ° °° °° ' ° DENTIST
Mm A A I th H ¤¤ lmP°*‘t¤¤¢ b¤¤*¤°¤¤ ¤¤°°“¤8 WM the churches, and all who are interest- morale of u system of popular educa-
S an comm 8 or B D ze" held Bfwf Whlfih U19 Club ¤d.l°\¤`¤€d- cd end engeged in furthering the ee. tion are not regarded, naught can be Mttcltullld Bllildihj
ii USOPH N|GHTn A1- uAGn The next meeting will be hold on cig] gud economic dcvg]0pmgn[ gf [hcl looked f0l' 88 the ])l'0d\1¢t of l1lB 9X· Go T0
SGCIE-ry MUCH ENJOYED HGXK M0¤d¤Y evening. 3 Joint ¤€¤¤i0¤ stete ample and lnlluence but the corruption
{with U10 A8¤`i¤¤lt¤!'¤·1 ¤°0l9tY· A Eub_c0mmiuE9’ consisting of Pm_ ot the pupils, the distrust of the good, J0hns’ Drug  
"Sophomore Night" at the Agricul- _..;...•.....—.. lfessor Lyman Chulmeyl Chairman, of and the spreading of the leave,] of dig. Nsxt to Pest Ofhes
tural Soclet Monda was well attend- LIBRARY ANNOUNCEMENT'   FM     $@3
_ A y y State University; Prof. J. L. Hlll, of v °¤“y•
l °d and quot mt°r°m°g‘ S°v°r°l °f Miss Elizabeth King, University Li- Georgetown; and Professor Clarence       Wit", CUUCYY, HKS Zld cull'!
those who had been assigned to mlm brarlan, requests lt be anounced that C. Freeman, of Transylvania, were in- _  `“"—""
l pa"' in the program were nm able m beglnnlng January 5 the University structed to prepare such a memorial.     ‘ ’ C 'C
i be present' but them puts wm-0 of llbrary wlll be open from 8 a. m. to In pursuance of their commission This is A E cum unt maku our . 4, ~ · ··.-;
g minor interest and the tour who spoke 9_30 , W Y ‘ r . z
. p. m., without intermission. the Central Kentucky Faculty Advts- muormg Ju,m¤m_ By studying your
. . p`.°vid°d ample mStm°u°n and °mus°` —-——-•-•·•-—-——— _ ory Council ot the State Young Men’sl personality we are able to tailor indi- ·
mm '°’ *h° °'°¤*¤¤· ;Patromze Our AdV8ftlS¢T8·lChrlstlan sssooiotlos submit tho fol-! v¤¤¤·¤tv loto voor ¢¤ot¤¤¤· •• -• ¤¤t
_ and fit all garments on the premises
l°wmg‘ to your measure at our popular price        
• 9 • g 1. That this conference deplore the y _
Lexjng ton S B1g    ltendency to neglect provision for $ 1 8 UP   walking on  
. » • moral instruction and trsioins io ooo- can and see our isrgo display or un- ge eg, whcn we SEW
`     M an S   S  catlonal lnstltutlons and schools of ?g;f:dm?A‘gu‘}_gmt‘2‘:·g‘;-w°°l°“' md h"° then on for the same
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E   A C t th_ t f the on o _ WE GUARANTEE EVERY price. Work done while
  °'“° ° " ' °'° °' 2. rmt this conference deplores JUBTMGHT GAEMENE yeu welt,
@/   Yi   I, t   young men`s gifts, and for the the fact that ln the selection ot teach- Tg bg ebeelutely en hgnd tgilgygd
  2   ,.tl t  osss, lsstsootos., trustees, otllcers, ss- ¤¤¤ ¤**· ··¤·f·<=¤¤¤ ¤¤ owv ¤¤t·¤- lilllllllll Ulllllk Slllll Ilapalrlnl
• W/0 U A!   t elder men, tee, We stand back ot every order taken,
W lo — 4//A _' A · I I perintendents and board. moral 00¤¤id¤¤‘\ti0¤· GARMENTS °N THE Pnimsas '
’f  fir /, ,4 Ml 3 Th d I L•xIngton’s R•llsb|• and Orlglnsl      
if ll. /,   2 they would buy for themselves. ‘ M this °°“f°"°“°° °p °r°° IW Tl||¤r•· A th . d .
  l, ll,” w y, ,;/ N k _ I h the tact that to s considerable extent lust   t 1, ,I° I c il !‘8¢1t¢ im Bl¢\l¤\i¤0\lt
W N K »   cc Wea" wwe ry' °·°' gap the education and tralnln of our       0
P       tc"- N-\•P¢¤d°"• Ul°V°•• hand' youth are entrusted to those who have N_ E_ com". short and M...k•t_ L _   S
    kerchicfs, belts. canes. umbrel- no concern tor the inculcation of N•¤¢ ¤¤¤¤‘ U¤|V••‘•|¢¥ Book Ute"- exlngtont • K€!ll3l.1Ck)
_ Cyfi las, bath robes, smoking jackets and many leather novelties. m°*`¤l ld°°·¤ md ****1*-
$4, . A lot of useful gift things for women, too. Toilet sete, 4‘ That this °°°t°r°n°° d°pl°m° L. M. LAIL JACK DUNN
. . the fact that otllcers and instructors
_~ manicure sets. brushes, work baskets, umbrellas, suit cases.
J; b are retained ln the service ot our •
,’ ag" °tc' l l schools and colleges whose attitude    
,, Come here for glft things for everybody. and teaching are hostile to moral
gi training and growth ln our youth. Style! for College MCD
~   (     5. That this conference dBpl0l‘88 and
  · the tact ot the eltort ot otticers and Makers of Engysh Cjothca 5
lnstructors to substitute the doctrine •
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` ut Mun Street of "Good fellowship" for that of Moral- pho.-is Hold Block L..i..`°-• Kr i
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ID to·the-Injured class would neat oa •
    another date on account of Thanksglv- *
qnjgy ant bod l , c. urlre s must have been *
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graduates, alumni and faculty of the institution.
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the   lolgltcrgsgngofaclxa I:rY>:g:lIl:rs°‘ut:l=hIgn;o;:·|t:’n•::slullizftavswg A burglar entered a sorority house WHAT W ‘"'|°'·N°Y• lecture to !o¤ boys about OONTROL wl
Emma: 641:::;..of items of lntsnst conoaralng ths unlvoraltlaa of at TQ". Unlnnny md Ml mm, cl‘_ The nut Ang; noun of wd., hun, lll, bl, mln. in llg,_ my lll.; lll
_=== :T__:tLo;__._.._T.._.....tTn,TT;...........-.-- nmtn yhlch qlll no donut mr-nlsh n I- EFNCIENCY NW W• IN WUI}! 0011% Dl¢¤¤l¤¢» to
,|U|ICl|PTION, ON! DOLLAR PIR YIAR. FIV! OINTI PIR QOPY glugl ny. gn uchnngo Unllqnhtngly, ' and ln that control la everything" l, M
nntened at Lexington Post 0fIe• aa s•o•¤d clad! nall Il•\l»•f· lo,. since ll, enmd , gh-ly hung,. H"' w°’ WM On in wm"' WM. n Wh