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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
avi'dm:.si.y i; vising, ocToiirn so, ioif. Austria's Kamarad Leaves Hun Alone Against Allies Drain on Germany Man Power is Seen in Pictures ri2 ,5535 Your '-:-. vlTiirT ? ' tt.- s V" "JV "' . 11 11 1 11 i UY niA.VK SIMONIS. i;V YOKK. iut. MK I'ikiIIv f.u-tory In plmw a- lli Austrian lmU- Ik, !m fjct l- nil miITm i iit. It cll--fo. Austria, liiw-ful of taln snrrvtlilni: lv. .'iploniacy lmt rnj to strrnuli r without rinli tlon ratlirr than fli;lt longer. It b-ni vltns to th fart that Aus tria N out f thr war. If Imts h not uiu-nlltlon.iI Mirri iulcr It will only IriM tlinn that Ihliiin Austria 1m iXTTnitt-l t)j lior -imiiuii!T to Rt off IlKTp lightly. It Is a litt l more tlmn four jrar flnrc Austria mIIn-vM-I l-r alnio; formlrtaMt lo-umiit to Srhl;i, tthlcli lrm:iri!(l In Miflarnf tin FurrniIr hy SrMa ns hrr own ln trrnnl fr-"l.ni, ami now while Smt tl.in arrnlrs arc orniIrtin thr lib rratlon of the I it t lt Slav -tatf Aus tria .urrrtvlrr with th frank rvr csjriitlon that tit- ilrtiu'iud-t of n for ri;rn tati with n-iwrt to hrr nun Intrmal organization inut lo ' r ptitl. On tlu military sllo tin trnn of mi nrriiMlo with Aw-trla arc not iliflirult to arrant'. Tin- evacuation f.f Italian, srMan and Uouuinnlan territory, tlio occupation by Italy, Jwmlln;; settlement of -ace trrnis of the Trentlno with the fortr-sH of lYanA IInfMe roinman(llnf,' Ilrennor pa-., the ilrmoMIIz-itlon of the Aus trian prrnlr ami tin occupation by Jloumania of the paes leading Into tluit Trun.lanla which mu-t be Ilnumv.fvnn Iirrraftrr, these art Mif 11c lent Kimrantrrs. . ' ' : y . t ; " s .. ...... - ' ! ' ' t ; 'tJ u ' v ' '- ' - ' ... - . . . ... y ,.. .' . ,"v - --' Hut wl:at iruarnnt- N any one to liavf that thrrt will rrmaln an Aus tria ltli whlrh to niakr rarr. Pari, nlroady ofx-nly a"rrts that Austria la tfts-l to oUf. Hrrlin agrrs that Austria is IM unlink. Irrs't AVilson has rrrtznl.r(I thr risht of th Crht-Slo ak-. and the Juo Slaxs to follow thrir twn tlosirrs rcn if this means separation from thr Ilapxbun; crown. He must rtc osiiit tlie rlcht of Italy to reclaim hrr unrohM-metl lands and sons. lh ha.s fleclantl frr thr restoration tf loland whlrh svw'ps Itst Austria PolUh districts. If ho has not made any dolinlte drrlaratlon with ros-jvoct of the Hoiimanlans t!:o spirit of his championship of all the other na tionalities covers tliesc eastern la.'ns, and hc TKsltl? thr formal guarantee of the f airoHan allies. As for the Marynrs and the Austrian Tiemian. deprlied tf their Slav and Latin subjects, flunir back uion their vn proper countries and subjects, wfuit is to IecPie of them? Can they make racc with the Jugo slavs anl the i 'rrho-Slovaks and nibtJtutr a federal state, a quad ruple autiH-racv for the old dual sys tem? This is the hope of the om--wror. Tills was the purpose of his patltetlo prix laiuat Ion of feleralii tlon which just prcttMleil the col lale, )iit the Slavs decline. The rnd of the Uapsburtr empire Is come the Germans ran rcturri to the Ger man empire, the Magyars will have 1 sr-;:s X.-' 5; V- .M; .' ;.s - :. V-:;; m ' fcj' m4 ":- to put up with a shrunken state smaller than any of Its neighbors. Austria has an association of 22, (M)0,ono (öinians and Magyars to dominate t;o,ono,iMo Slavs ami Latins. It was a business concern in which the majority had not control ami little vohv, but tin estate Is now to 1k liquidated, the assets are to lx evenly dhided justly divided. If the lirni continues in business the old minority will dominate, the former majority will have to .'iurrender Its supremacy. Whether it continues or not Is for the Slavs to decide, with supiort of the western nations assured, to pive them a fair chance to decide. We are rrost Interested today In what the efftvt of the Austrian sur render will Ik in CZcrmaiiy. Yet even this will Ik for the future incompar ably less significant than the fact of the Austrian collapse. Austria was no longer able to help Germany. Her surrender has only moral values, however considerable they may !e. but the sudden crumbling of an an cient empire its rapid disintegration. Its present approach to dissolution, this Is one of the great facts of the war. One of the preat ixmers, the most evil, lHklnr back over all the cen turies the headquarters of tyranny and reaction of ersectitifn, olitical and religious, srems about to disap fM'sir. Thirty millions of Slavs are to lKeome freemen. The progress of the IYencli revolution, arrested at the congress of Yienna, has Ihhmi extended. More men and women than were in tin north and south in the Civil war pcrifHl, a Imputation far greater tlran frcMl by Italian unification, are suddenly to Ik eman cipated. This is the great human fact. Autocracy, tyranny, will light bit terly to save itself from the com plete ruin that imjHMids. Austria lias always lost wars only to ae quire fresh pro hires by marriage and csca'H destruction in peace conventions by the skill of hrr diplo mats and the dissensions of her en emies. Her note Is clear fore-east of a new light. The war is rapidly bein transferred from the battle field to the gTcen table, but It can still Ik lost on the ground. If the mistakes of tlie past are related. Meantime, vvitit Ilulg-nria out, with Turkey only waiting: to Ik per mittel to retire, Austria's "kamerad" leases Germany alone. Her material resources are but little changed since slie could no longrer i'A Aus. tria. Hut how shall one measure the moral effect of the latest events? If she can still ligiit on, and for the present she has the military re sources, what will a new camiuilgn promise? Victory? Certainly not Profit? Not the slightest. Only ios slide mitlg-ation of present allied de mands with the risk of even severer terms following: devastating: invasion On the other hand Berlin, like Vienna, may ho-K to regain some- thiiiir in the iKaee conference. It is the last chance. The war has Ikimi won on the military side ami th mill'jirv nhase is annroutiiliur an . . - ' end. But he would he an extreme tptimtt who would reg-ard the new phase as lrss datig-erous. (Copyright, 191 S.) GRANDSON OF ROBERT E. LEE BACK FROM LINE ROCKFORP, 111.. Oct. 30. Capt Robert K. 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