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SATI ICDAY AlTTini.VOOV, NOVOiniHl 2X, 1918.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES SOUTH BE HD NEWS - TIMES Morning livening Sunday. THE NEWS-TIMES PRINTING CO. GABIIIEL. IL t UM M Kits. I'rp-Knt J. U. hihriiK.N.U.S. PuM!iJ.r. juh.n iii:mcv zuvr.n. nr.tor. Only .tiMf!tH I'rr Morning In Northern lodUna ni Only l pr Kiuylojlng tlr (nlrrnutiftnal ri erti.e la euU IkoJ-Iwo I.rei Wirr: lUy Night. OFFICE; Home I'booe IUI. 210 W. Co! fa i Ar. Litll Thon 2 HO. C!l at the off;; or tccpioi. above ri'ici'rs aiil asK for Jpartn.nt wanted Ktlt-iriil. Adrertial:: g. (Jlr illation or Af cwUDtlriK Kor "w.iXit ." if jour na;a.? u in th. telephone Jlrrtirj. bill Iii (. uiai.ed after lnn-nuni. U-port lautfu tica to biiiin. tad fic MIod. poor delivery at papera. b.ol telephone frTlif, etc p ia-au of ei artmnt itfc Lieh Jon re dealing. The Newa-Tin. Las ti,;rttn trunk lln, all ,f Hüicü reason .! to lioiao PLoi.a aud Hell 2100. PUnsCIUITION KATES : Mornlnsj. nnd Lrrnins Edition. ruiKie l-o,v. 2c; Mi ad ay, Ik-. I1! v.-rr-d by carrier la South lie:. 1 mu( Mlntiwik. 1 (0 ;r je.it I:j a'lvanif. or by tU eek. M.jrnirc and Lt-er.lng IMltina. daily Inclinlln Sunia. hj n.au, 40 per c.ontu; TO- t'.vu Quoth; ;V ler la-nth tl-er-- Iter. or a o-t jer er iri adTuti'e. ater;J at U Souta lvtrud H-tüüue as lA'jud lia uaa'-L AI KRTISTNe; KATES: Aak tbn ad vert'-aine: department. ;,??,?sl..A:,v'rl,"lr' Ii'rciM Dtatum: COM;, LOKKNZKN it VvOOiiMAN. 1 -Ifta Av, N?w crk City, and Ad. Ili-l -Llgj. The Neun-ficim erWenvor, to Wt-ep Ita adTertiilujc cokiujrn fr-e from f ra'xlii J.-nt L.isrepieritation. Any persa ceraud-d ttr-uRa .atruLiip of anr aJverti.-mt-ut In tni ,ltr will confer a Xavor oa tLe manau-at hv reporting taa lacta coiai;rt?;y. NOVEMBER 23, 1918. WORK FOR ALL. Tt Took a.s If there will not bo much of a proMem. After all. In ih" return of our million of ntrhtina: men tr- thv economic life of the country. The process of infiltration, " by which workman nrr fd hack to in dustries m thy are needed, N expeet-l to take care cit all the abl-hodled. Th romjar "l- ly small number vZ disabled men will have jobs awa. a: them, too, aft er they hav underffone thf phys; .1 reconstruction treatment provided by the povernmont. The demobilization will bo rnpld or slow, according t- tho rnuirmnts of American bulnts. and according to the "pollrf" requirements abroad. It appears now that our cantonments will be virtually emptied, and noarly all the mn now trainlnt? in tbo ("nit.-d stat-j v.lll thu-, be rekai( l. by the lir.-t of the year. Th it will prorMo about a much labor as industry can uiaimilutc nt this time. As normal pra buinss ix resumed. th men v;ill Vlii-r In from abroad. Army m-n say it will probably be two years befor tho last f th-m 'et home. If our business activity expands with anything: lik- the rapidity anticipated by many experts, there will be no trouble at all in taking care of them us thy come. Sumo manufacturers and hnancurs say we arc more likely to suflVr from a continued u-arth of labor than from a plethora of it, both during the demobilizatiort process and for sonic years afterward. The real probb-m may be with the women who have taken men's jobs. Many of tlut-. war-workinp women will Rladly pive up their pre nt employment when the men return. Hut lare numbrs of wnnifn who have established themselves in occupations new to them wil' nt want to drop out. Will there be work for them, too? It bccms likely that there will. When this temporary 'frloÄ of unsettlednes, U over n& i should be over Vfrjr the bulk of our men come bu k there will be so much work to do for several years to replace the wealth destroyed by war and to make up for four year.? of lost time, that there ouuht to bo plenty of remunera tive employment for every willing man and woman. THE PROHIUITION RACE. It Is written In the book of fate that the United liifi.es is to be completely dry not later than next rucr. The only question is whether the drouth will not conm before that time, and whether it is to come by confc-re5sional enactment or by constitutional amend ment. It is a race between these two methods. .Most observera are betting on the amendment. Four teen states have ratified it already. A survey of election returns is said to show that at lca?t other state-? will ratify it in their coming legislative, sessions. Most of their legislatures, meet early in January. It H pretty safe, then, to assume that the country will go dry auto matically some time next sprinu, with the indorsement of the federal amendment by the ;;i;th state. Otherwise the doom of ah'ohid will come with ab50 lute finality on the tirst of m-xt July, as a result of th prohibition "war measure" appended to the agricul tural extension IUI by the house and senate, no v. definitely parsed ulor.k,' to the president. It will not make so s-reat a difference, though, as many people fancy. There are r.O states dry already. t ml in nearly all the rest there is a lare dry area. Fo -th bulk of our population, the transition will put K at all violent. STAY HOME A WHILE LONGER. The war is not legally over jet, and will not be until Ihf peace terms have actually been signed. Until th.U time, travel from this country to Uurope will remai.i under restrictions. The great throng of men and women who fought f .ir!v I'Hv.ipc to eontlncnt.il U.'irope hae come up iKaint a go ernmee.tal "no- that h.is suipri-ed them. Neutrals may obtain pa-s-te, .ilthouch it i- still dilh eult fe-r women of any nat;inalit v pi obtain permis sion for the trip. There ;s soniewh.it more freedorr: allowed in travel to Unwind. It is rather hard on the touri.-: :.o is weary of slay mi; at home, and. on the foreigner.-, who are anxious to look up rel itives from win ir. they a not heard to- months or years. -e ertheiess it i- a wie regulation. The s'.j:Tii!:ir of the armi-tic-' !id not aatomatically wipe out all the transportation and food prob! ms of tri old world, as we know rmy too well, it is ; ;.-t a well not to have u lot of cxcitc-i t."ar..-ts dumped or. its ahores to complicate the :tu itii'n and mess up recon struction work at th" mtv -tart. THE MILITARY OIRL. Th come trom IOC' ii-ti ,il "military srirl" will now demobilize. irdr havo a: i;r i-t o:u Th aftr s will be. Why X. u Yi : c ;irc to be r.o xr. le It :ai;, Iii:- .mtor::..-. Military UUlte "p.i"'-. pl-t tm: - m the wc: of p?yc hology of male -.;; i ;:.a U.fth .W . : rt '. ; e in.- s'.b are ! .idm-t U r n.ay modeled or .-..on 'A march: tary. M of ali It i- a!! a matte v. b.o'.ogy. th- : 1 tie ! . . e o T : '. ' i- ,. . i WILHELM AND DANIEL WHEN the allieJ troops m.ircheJ into the city of Metz they beheld among many pleasant things, this edifying spectacle: On the facade of the great" Metz cathedral there is a ligure which originally represented the prophet Daniel. Many years ago, Kaiser Wilhelm, in his royal and religious pride, had the head taken from the statue and his own likeness substituted. Wilhelm's head still rests, incongruously, on the prophet's body, but when thoe marching soldiers glanced up to see how the Hebraic-Teutonic erlig) bok their triumphal entry, they saw chains hung upon ihe upraised arms, and a placard dangling from them with these words. "Sic transit gloria muikii" "So passes the glory of the world." We turn to Shakespeare for fitting comment: "A Daniel, yea, a Daniel come to judgment !M Hut has this "Daniel" really been brought to judgment? He seems still one of the principal problems left by the great war. He has not settled mat ters by fleeing to Holland. Statesmen the world over are concerning them selves with the proper disposition to make of him. A New York paper, conducting a symposium on the subject, shows that the big majority of public men in this country want him held personally re sponsible for the crimes committed under his orders or authority. Some would like to see him tried as a common criminal and. if found guilty, hanged like any other murderer. Others suggest an international tribunal for that purpose; still others a court of Belgians. Many prefer that the sentence should be life-long exile rather than exe cution, on the ground that there would be more punishment in an old age of torturing remembrance than in sudden death. St. Helena or some similar bland is naturally suggested for this purpose. The mayor of Memphis, dilTering wiih these judges, suggests that a more ap propriate punishment would be to try Wilhelm before a military court and sentence him to spend the rest of his life working for the restoration of Bel gium with a ball and chain around his leg. It is really the German people's problem. They ought to settle with the kaiser themselves. But as long as they neglect that dutv, the allies may have to attend to it. If the latter can make out a case of "jurisdiction, they cer tainly ought. to do it. Wilhelm at large in a neutral country is an ever-present menace to the peace of Germanv and the world. There" is always the possibility of a "return from Elba." This is really onp vital matter belonging to the allies' reckoning with Ger many which has r. A been touched upon in the armistice terms, and which might well be settled immediately when peace negotiations begin. Indeed, the surrender by the German government of all members of the German army and navy against whom the allies have evidence justifying criminal trials, it seems certain would be legal. The crimes have been committed in allied jurisdictions. There is plenty of evidence available, especially in Belgium and France, to convict hundreds or thousands of Germans who committed or ordered committed crimes con trary to the law of the land, as well as contrary to international law. The defeat and surrender of Germanv as a military power naturally paves the wav for the surrender of these criminals for their due removal as an international menace. There should be no discrimination. The allies might demand the sur render, even of a guilty kaiser precisely as they demand a captain or lieuten ant who ordered crimes committed on his own authority, or a private who murdered or burned or robbed without orders, if Germany fails to deal with them herself. Indeed, there is no need of waiting for the final peace treatv. The arm istice expires in 3o days. At the end of that period, on Dec. 12, the allies could properly make this demand, submitting whatever list of criminals thev v may have ready, with Kaiser Wilhelm at the head of it. Such a demand would afford a quick test of the good faith of the present German government. Compliance with it would pave the wav for a satis factory conclusion of peace, and satisfy the conscience of mankind. It would abo reflect honor upon the German nation which at this moment need5: honor more than food. If Germanv refuses to render them up, the allies have power to take them by force. But allied action, if taken, needs to be not in a snirit of revenge, or "vin dicative justice" but for the International welfare'. It is not punislinunt, but protection that humanity yearns for. There must be no revival of the teutonic menace. The Melting Pot COME! TAKE POTIXCK VTTII US ,I).N'LS. fly James J. Montnciu. While all the host of hrhtin met", j Ar irreeted with hurrays. j And editors and wrttlncr men Are passing round the bays. ; Let's Rllp into the Hall of Fame ! And carve upon the panels. The brief and unpretentious name Of one Josephus Dan'ls. With no unnecessary naie He summoned to his aid. The sort of quiet sailor boys That knew the f.phting trade. He picked the men for high com mand And told 'em what to do. And when they took the job in hand The submarine was through. He made the navy rookies choose, Hefore he took a one, I'.etween the job of fighting booze And fighting with the Hun; And though a frightful howl arose From all the liquor gents. The ease with which we licked our foes Proclaimed his common sense. Denounced, derided and abused. He never turned a hair, And all the time the navy cruised Victorious, over there. And so we gladly pen these lays To add our humble annals To future history's honest praise For one Josephus Dan'ls. OXIA SUPERIORS. How can the kaiser be tried by a jury of his peers? He hasn't any. TOO HAZARDOUS. The returning soldiers will prob ably be willing to take any job?? but those of Adirondack guides. NOTHING TO WORRY AllOlT. It looks as if Gen. Mackensen, "th-? devourer of Americans," was going to have a long and painful fast. fo long that their eyes hunger for the hi,;ht of filmy, 'fluffy, feminine things. So that settles it. That Is, if women really dress for men rather than for themselves a matter concerninr. which there has been some dispute. People are making the payments on their last Liberty bonds long before they are due, nearly $4,OQGr.O00.O0O having been paid already. If this gets to be a habit, the government won't have any more trouble about loan sharks. They will all be out of business. Fads and Mysteries About Suns Rays There may be more tourist travel in Germany aftex the war than we have been expecting. People may warn to see what sort of men they are who can do what the Huns have done, and how they look and act in their own habitat. While all this territorial reconstruction is going en in Europe, why not carve out a little corner vhere al'. the dethroned monarchs and their families could flock together and rule each, other? RY CAR RETT 1. SERYISS. "I wish you would explain how heat and light escaping from the sun penetrate glass. M. II.. Chelsea, Mass." It is not "heat" and '"light" that escape from thf sun, hut something which, upon reaching the earth, pro duces the effects which we call heat and light. This something has for a long time been regardcd as if it consisted of minute waves, or undu lations, in an invisible and intang ible medium. pervading all space and all things, and named "the ether." The only evidence of the existence of the ether is comprised in the ef fects ascribed to it. and to account for all of these effects various ap parently contradictory qualities have been assigned to the ether. Not only does the proof of the existence of the ether rest entirely Shopping early in the day often saves time and patience. GEORGE WYMAN & CO. oine ami s U On Sale Tonight 7:30 to 9:30 These 3 Saturday Night Specials Last Saturday evening over one hundred and fifty women profited by the bathrobe, chemise and blouse specials. Tonight we offer three specials equally as attractive. 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Tn open space, on their yay from the sun to the earth, the rays of th-; sun are not visible unless they strike some material thing, nnd then it s simply that thing which become islble by sendig off the arrested ra diation in the form of light. .So. the solar rays do not heat empty I space, but if they fall upon some j material object they are more or j les-: eompb'tely stopped bv it and ! transformed into heat, somewhat a a bullet shot from a gun and travel ing through a vacuum would have no thcr:oal effect until it was ar rested by a solid target, whereupon its motion of translation would e transformed into the molecular vi brations called heat. w m jvm. w m .m m w - i i i m. m w m m r m a w m r mm mSM BAKER'S COCOA Nuxatfd Iron helps yul astonishing ttrength and energy into the vein of men and bring roses to the cheeks of paie. nervous, n:n-down women," says Dr James Francis Sullivan, formerly rhysi cian of Beüevue Hospital (Outdoor Dept.) N. Y. and Westchester County Hospital. 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It is as If a series of Identification witnesses should say oi the unseen personage in question some that he others that some that he was not a man but bird, others that he was no bird but a fish, others that he was no ani mal at all but a plant, and still others that he was neither plant nor animal, but that he possessed the Miiu m; Tin: ham.ot. rh,r,.H.u. 1 V V V UV. V 1 IJV.. VWlWIJgtll V K ( Indiana Daily Times.) neither Three malodorous invt-.-tiations are now under way in the highest legislative body in the land. The com missions of Truman II. Nevs berry as senator from Mich igan, George It. Moses as senator from New Ilamp thire. and Howard Sutherland as senator from West Virginia are under suspicion. Campaign methods used in their behalf are openly assailed as unlawful. Undue expenditures are alleged espeolilly in Michigan, charges of bribery in the New Hampshire election have been followed by arrests, und West Virginia asks the use of a f.ne-toothed comb. Tor the sake of the country, and especially for the honesty of the party to which these three men voice all--lane e. thse charge. It N earnestly to be hoped, are all untrue. These three votes mean control of the senate. Thev mean attempts to cast into Uie discard hiu'h'.v b.tui.cial legislation written into the national Wh-n we see the un itself it is ' because certain of its rays enter ing our eyes excite the optic nerve, and that excitement producer, tho I Physiological phenomenon thnt w- i call light, while other nerves excited ' is the sun rays produce the other ; physiological phenomenon that we. t call heat or warmth. J The penetration of glass by flu- j ol.'ir radiation is more easily ex plained, perhaps. by the wave- 1 theory. The transparency of tli Klass is duo to it molecular t"ii-- ture. Trof. Tyndall put tie gist ,.f the explanation into a sincle lumir ou. sentence when he said: "Trans parency is synonymous with discord, while opacity Is synonymous- with accord between the periods of th." waves of ether nnd tho.-e f !'. atoms of the body on which th . impinge." This mean? thnt fn the r.ie bodies whose periods of mob-: ab. vibration accord with those of th--rays producing lisht the rays at absorbed, just as a violin strii . :: will absorb sounds having its ov; vibratory period, and consequent h the rays are arrested, while bod it whose internal vibrations differ i period from the rays will allow th i to pass. The same thing occurs wiO. thfi rays producing heat. But in reality, any solid will transmit more or less light If It (the t solid) is made sufficiently thin. This j was a black man andlshmv that when the l,arl,lfl sul" was a white man. 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I w -' ft ;! ii' iii ill f ; I 11 t r r. s V'Y z statute books during th administrations of Trea't Wil son. They are likely to encourage sinister special Interest- in the framing of internal policies which are also of world importance. The charges annoy the public nose. Let them be aired ax quickly as pos.-dbje, be an Augean thorough. Facts While, on top of all. the court would declare that It was imposslb! to reject any of this contradictory evidence without rejecting the whole, because to suit the require ments for the suppositious person he must be. at one and the sam? time, everything that the various witnesses described! Recently, how ever, there has been a strong move ment toward r great ' chansre In scientific thought, as far as the ether is concerned. Ileason has been found for think ing that, after all, there may be no such thing as the ether, and that the radiant energy of the sun does not spread out in waves, but In the form of minute "units." or particles (which was substantially Newton's idea), which are .-hot out somewhat like continuous showers of little bullets from the source of radiation. These supposed units of radiant en ergy are called "quanta." or "Ugh. it atoms do not lie in the wav of th rays to arrest more than a small part of them. On the other hand to quote Prof. R. W. Wood, "there is ; no such thing in nature as a per fectly transparent substance." There is always some absorption. Thus pure water, one of the most trans parent of known substances, looks blue when the light passes through long columns of it. because it ab sorbs that part of the rays, pro ducing red light. ,r. 1. . i . . e ... i ) ly they will r."t vvat.t to see the! l.itiv - ir. "! 'ir.r.ifh" cctumes u : : r i' d t- masculir. If there must cleaning of the political -tames let it e J w ill spi ak for them-.dves. None. if his skirts are ( quantities." lile.tu. ucel I tar in'-1 stigution. Prosecution must not be' Rut. whether we consider the turned into persecution, out it is equally true mat mere radiations rrom the sun a beln must be no smothering of the truth. : waves or projectiles, the fact re- mains that they are not heat or light, or do not produce the effects ocKty and .- tii Kutbir. l.i.. sCU it.i1.' .ill. outren:aii Men of such high standing us Newberry and the t Ibers should weloom' a thorough investigation. Thu imlhc doesn't welcome it -LCT IT DEMANDS IT. called heat and light until they en- When in need of a purga tive, do not resort to vio lent cathartics, but take the gentle, natural laxative eeceams 3 S'r I I v j. U'- v'tV I I l tri ' .,;J ! -r' k. I I A v -- "lu ilil t 7fJ ii Ü w 1$ Lrtt Sale of Any Medicine in the WorhJ Sli rrwlicrs. la Boxes. 0c. 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