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THE, EVENING HEKAILB Monday, November 25, 1918. The Country Wants a Reason for Government Operation Of Atlantic Cables, With Military Necessity at an End Little SPries fir Bedtime The Victory Song Will Not Be Quite Unanimout. -By Webiter. FIi)J 111) states, till sections nf I In nation has come ail iilmnst instantaneous response tn the it. ci, i action I In' administration iii taking over t'f 'iit i'n ill' tin Atlantic cahles. Tin1 response is in tin form of a ilrinaml fur informal ion. Tin whole country wants to know why. with military necessity at nn mil. with tin events of the pence conference nt hand in which nil tin people lime an interest anil a right to In informed, it should lie necessary lo take over eahh's which have hern func tioning efficiently throuyhout tin whole course of I In war. iimler private miiiiaucuicul. So far as is known there has heen no complaint, as to the opcriit imi of the cahles since April, 1017. No military information has "leakcil": there has heen no failure of hcrviec while ilie ereat strain of nruiul warfare was upon them. Why, then, it is li'vessnry to mi to the operating hurdciis of an alreaily overlnirileneil depart lueiil and to supplant an experimental management lor one of known ami tested clTieieiicy T There is incidental oh.jection to the assumption that t.eorge (Veil will he the eeiisor at the Kuro pi nil cud of Hie ealile; hut that is only incidental. The whole iiat imi. if one may judge from the ex pressions id' the newspapers of the nation, demands to know the fuudaiiieiiial reason for a step which "seems so tlt'crly unnecessary. The Kl I'liso Tillies, ileiiioerat ie in polities, voices a view that is preva lent everywhere in this summary of the calle matter : The action of the government in taking over the Atlantic rahles is a step that is extremely un likely to meet the approval of he American people. Criticism already voiced m the senate dnuhtless re fleets pnl. lie opinion iicnei -ally 1 hroiigliniit the cniin trv. I'cdcnd control of the railroads may have heen ,iulilled as a war measure. The taking over of the I 1 1 1 1 lines of Ilie telegraph and telephone companies might he cNpl. tiiied on similar .'rounds -hut the war is o. r. and any further extension of federal control of utilities may justly he viewed with suspicion, "This is especially true ill the ease of the At hiutic cahles, which are s- s.i. .11 lo carry tin most important news in history of the world -the proceedings of the forthcoming peace congress at. Versailles. It cannot hi that the president desires government control over llo transmission of the report- of this conference flint he has any cither desire than that ils del iherat ions he given the fuilest and freest puhlicilv, mil rammeh'il hy ifovcrmnent eoiilrol or censorship. 'Secret diplomacy and secret iiinlcrslmnlings hctwecn nations have he'll ileuollucei) as the chief sources of nil. 'I'll. ill. .ii. il misunderstandings in the past. It has even heen said they were rcspnusihlc for coi'ditious which .nade tin world war possihle. It is iuipossihle In helieve I'rc ident Wilson has lust confidence in lite American people- that he is un .villmg I hey shall he kept in close touch with the progress of the negotiations so tremendously im poriaiit in tin-ir effect on the future peace and hap piness of the whole world. "Hut. uside from any considerat imi of the peace eon I'creliee. there seems to he no (food leas. HI tor the Ink ni.' over of the Atlantic cahles. In the hands of their owners these lines functioned prop erly and rendered satisfactory and even invaluahle service during the progress of the war. Surely the companies can he depended upon to operat" them now t J. : t peace has het ii restored and the necessity for guarded and secret c. . minimi. Ml ions th-tiiutely elided. "Since the declaration of war the American people nave had eoiisiilerahle experience with'goV- i riiincnt operations of utilities, and, while nhlioriual ii nn I it i iiis doiihllcss made a fair test iiupossihle, the cierieiee, on the whole, has Hot heen H pleas ant one. I ii.li r government operation nf the rail roads, d.'tcrioral imi of 'he service has kept pHee v ith the increase in the rates, lint Ii freight mid pas senger. ( oivernmeiit control of the telephone com panies has heen followed hy the imposition of heavy charges for the installation of service and for the moving of instruments as well a hy a distinct fall iug off ill efficiency of service As to the tclegr.'ipll lines, there has certainlv heen no improvement in th- inethods of handling hiisiness, nor have the rates ; hern lowered. "War conditions, ilie shortages- of lahor nnd ! ihe necessity of handling miilious of soldiers and ; nn iiniiiense volume of emergency freight, were i iloilhtlesM in a measure fesponsihle for the poo-; showing made hy the railroads in the hand:- of the government. Similar causes possihly operated to prevent a good showing with the teh-trraph and telephone at least they furnished a good excuse.. "Il is the war." was a sufficient answer for the disgruntle. I shipper. passenger or patron of the telegraph lims. J tut tin- war is over. Why should I In government assume further respotisihilitics in Ihe operation of puhhc utilities uulil it has demon slrated its ahilily to properly and economical!. iperate those nlrcaiU under ils control 1" i r$0w& BT THORN TMS W. BimattM. copmiCMT. tuta. it, w. amiacii l th. High Time to Quit T WAS high time for Austria to forego ils career as a mililarisi nation. Ahoul three humlred vent's ago. on .May '-'!. Ilii!!. two men were thrown from a window of tie' Imperial Palace in Prague. This was the lirst a ' oi violence which drought on the Thirtv Years' war I ITU It IKitr'sVT KNOW WIIT TO VI ki: H Ills I Ull Ms Kit, Itvt'tT !.emn1.r.'l Lack to I h oi l iM. liiirtl uiui h iiiMter than he hut I'M there Ymi wf, l'l-l-- 'IK III II mm. ' K't hack Ullll i l..s flli'ln M. lie I-!' thllt tl h-ol HI. oil lie toil -mvcFi in them thllt1 their fen i- nf what they haj mippn-Ksil i w.im a flxhur i.-oi lit wu iiulte Kii'ioul- , I. ss. Vi.u Hlln I'et, r ha. I itl'cevcrc.l . ,1 II w. isn't .i i;i:nit nl u. mil :i ' ... hi. ie iliiole hy nmn. The others i.ln I helleveil lili.i. so In H"Vi' that .im triir !i tei hml Knii liuhl an I 111;, I IMIielllM' II" It lltea III! ill- j n. ll Vli-.oliiN lli'lir II." lleiir nl't I r i'.ili-h. Thevll .ill IhIicvi me not an. I tikliil to i "..'h in think thi-v nn i, if. i- in eil f' .i the fl nib Kiaiil " , Mi.iicht I'elei- ; s he hu. ric.l iiliom. ; . ii, sh thev'll ! il ol that I f. .uinl ; 1 1 r'roui that tune on. Austria found lu'i-seli iiiK a series of wars, in vhieh she was heai.'ii Iwo exceptions. One was air.iinst the Turk -another against the l-'reiich when In-r armies led hy I'rinee Kiijjcin of Snvov. The record of the fourteen wars, wln.li ceiled the present one in which she has s,, tin (jrreat.'st of defeats at the hands of the I'a is lis follow s : 1 i 1 -1 ti - Ttt irt y Venrs' were defeated !iy (iustavus Sweden, at Leipsiu' in Ki-tl ; I'ouimeruuia was coiioiiesieil. ' a j .'Il I "H.t'.",rA!'v s ; 1 V' 'IW ' ; i ii -.'red Mils war. The Adolphus, al I. ulcu The Austi' ills III' Ai.stn km'.' 1 : W ere defeated h the -'relieh and ohline.l to st . !,,- pi a. e. Iiis:! Itct'cated hy Ihe Turks, Kinp.-ri..' I,-o pohi fled I'l'niii Vicuna, lie Nouirhi the h. Ip of kmi lohn Sohicski of l'olitnd who saved Vienna from tin Turks who had arrived already under the walls of tl ity. liisT I'rinee Kiiene of Savoy, commander-in-chief of the Austrian armies, defeated the Turks at l!cl!.'ra.le. 1707-1710 War of the Spanish Succession. I'rinee Kut'cne defeated the French in Italy: he .joined Marlliorouv;h and defeated lh" French in 170s at ( liiili-uarde and in 1710 a' Mnl.l.niiel . llt V s"." 7 1 f L I II F m - S 0 A KJI V J I K 7 J I W A " V H 1 ip, fl'r'wLi- ' ( uyfr ' v.im'( in ) mm ' ' - l'eoi,e W.'iiilitn'l it.ne nlhlim lo I In wllh linn. al.nllt It. Tie iihl iIhii to. -I tlo-in lh. i UK .lli.Mll ' . 'In I t It in Is that r t i il. I. m J knew hat I w is lll Ills .. Hilt ' 1 1 1 . all lO- li' I ha Ml ' Kuycne airaiu defeated the Turks 1717 I'lin at lieltrriiiie. 1 T ."- -Seven Years' war. Fred defeated ihe Auslraiiis al l'laiiii" were defeated at le'iitlien, 17"i7: at l.ripnitx pi 1710 and at Fi eihuri.- in 17!Mi-17!'7 -(ienefal I ioha parte Ausiriatis at l.odi, Areola them out . 17!t' French at rick the the tircal Austriiuis and at 17i f Italy. The Auslrians were defeati llohenliudeu and at Xiirieh. I'lillU ; feated th' Ifove iinl Kiv.ili and I l.v th When I'l-liT li e h eh n l the first .cr Ki! iav ,Ia. "Villi i.i n l I "rter trim.; hat ili y.ni ii.i 111' till lll'll tun I'.-ean latliinK l.i'iUer. i . "A mv uni m-illi ; . t nit wniil.t th.il tlllliK eili" ' .wa i,. niji. "J I fi.) a 1 it. hill xi I ' ll II nvt-t-. F hlli'4 ..f ciMII i .s(iiiithii)c iiii.ii niHite." "I rt. i inly. lepllHil l" iv.ib i .it Iii r ' i linn ,it ' rues nnmt "! - hh.ii wav iit.thinff to I" ii. ml oi', n 't. I in aw w. ts iii; lit nt ill .,.1. K Sa in 1 1 1 y .lav ttitl ' . k mi I't tei- ami ! i h I it iiMiiner the j ha! 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I. ell. i. l0."i -The AustriaiisVere defeated hy eon at Aiistct litz and Vienna was oecuiued. I sir) - N'apoli on defeated the Austrians , Aspern and Ksslin; crushed them and retook Vienna. - Napoliou III ihl'eated the Austrian and Solferino and l.oiiihai'dv was ee l-li'li in ti It I. Way ram 1 Mayeiita to Italy. 1 si,i; defeated Moltk trill ! feated at .M.ii'i'iiuu Nn poi nt at MALINGERING B1 H. ALDIKGT0N BRUCE AoiUor of "Tlio Kiddle or rfmonallty," "PiiychologT tni Parenthood," Et. (Conyriuhl, 19 1 K. I,y ikn Aim itr K"iHM'ri.) led ;- Si veil l. -he !' and hy i'rinee Fl d Venctia to Italy i. ' wur. Tin A u -Irian were 1'ilssians "iiii;:mii:.l''. hv V on derick at Sadnwa. Aus- M PRITE DANNY HP tn fdanof;. fWl ...ii.iii'i it ii. .M ii.t I'ai lakt ain't It. I ui.illl 'a niaUc pi ' hi-lli.Kii' pli tin v nut ' puo'oh haek xx it h l.lllM I.I lllI'M' I. kill, tl n.ii u :elt l BY FRAZIER HUNT ii vri i it T III; It-1 t'r.'ii .liu-i. that I t n tin- h.' ! 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I in ihe in-hie hue pl'l'li'tliline ti he iiiii ..'i.l lea. I e- TIicit are all sorts of exaniinations and tests which school teach ers and others use in perseentine youth, so here is another on the siih jeet ot ejctieral efficiency, Ymi w;!l please take pen and paper and answer the follnwiuo ipicst ions. K.icli one that you can hnnestly answer hy "Yes" couuis voii ten. Ymi must (jet It.'iO out of a possihle Ii0 ill order to pass!. If you doll t pass the joil.lms will cl Voll if Villi don l watch out. I. Are ymj in pood health'' L'. Have y.ui heen examined within a year hy a medical expert, tn find out if you are perfectly sound! !. On you stand straight and sit straight t 4. I in you lialhi every day? .i. Do you hriish your tcceth ihrce times a day! I o your howels move rek'ularly '.' lo you chew your food well! I in you exercise rejfulai ly? I )n von sleep with the windows of your room open? I n you know approxiiuat.'lv what kind of food, and ImxV many calorics, is hest for you. and do ymi eat intelligently 1 11. llo you ahstain froni, all alcoholic hevcrares, tohncen, and d.iiSfs, except under the advice of a physician? 12. Have you heen ihrnutfh 1 1 i i 1 1 si-lio..!. or are vmi j.'oiui' ti. !l. 10. I'll IH'I XX. s if- !x nwax Ii III Ihe hospital eii'i I uinl ' Vatur.illv this was Piitni'ilhite'i, I "i " ! t" lilt hiispltal li i'iitiiuifil th. letter The li-t'.i- wiiter wa.: I' lllalli Ihere. Iln.li Ill'Ulu; tli-atiu.-iil ' t"i 1 1 ... f - ii i n 1 1 1 1 1 t.iu-fil Ix a hi II ih... I., KfliKli'il in view' t.f his sffiiilni I "i-iiiifeswiMii" tu his wife, the i.riKlnal t'liotiniMiH t if Ins case was iilnplx' cull-. I l ..,..! I'l I . wl. , t..u '.....!... ! firini; was the ma Inn:.' rii.u Itself. ithroueh? I ( f Mime eipii vah'llt . I i if emu mi. ihe luciitul et.-itu nf such J :. J In you speak correct Knylish, ami are you a ii ii ii iiiiisi In- hieliiy ahiu. final. Knr I ..,..,..,., ,...,!,. ,i.iL. uiui ter Ilia lu.xvi'X'er. "its it I- nf Cut t e-it..t' ..nee inti I i-.t' -l iKIUT W I I t t III I 'lit. Ifl- f-l t. the Mt-li'lltltli- stuilv nf liilllnei. rhilf lile ftUnlllM lllt'l easiniilv tn hcllexej that all iiiahiiiri-t i s are nl' inui f. nr h s atiniiiui.il infill. ility. ,Vs tonnll'l1 up hy an Aiiuiieaii iiuilun ity. Mr. la-rnal tl i ililet k . ' ''l'he ili-tectiiin uf imi linci't'ini: In u ;'ivi-n i use hy nn lui-aii't evehi ii H the , l'i.'.'iii'i. nf a I'.etil.il ilmeasi' The' Ix pheiiuuiena are iinl only lint n imi allx cMliisivi. Itat me freipii'iitly 1 ctiui'tui 1 1 1 a ut Iti.ttlilft stations 111 Ihe' saint mil IX III il i I. "-Xluhiiio'i-itit: h a furiii nf iiicni.it ' I. a. inn iii no i-Ht-il fur the i.io p'.si ' nf x ml i in. a pai tleul.ii ly hti . s-tul siitiaitun in life, uinl is t i'Nui-fil tn chiefly, if imi cxehiHivelx , h Ihe men. hour everv d.iv ? ymi hear no one complain (if it vmi practice in CAT TALES. By POP. VM I I. 1 IJC1 t- K VmiVl I "OI it iMf iv:ttoti .' Mi. 1 OW OxsIL ( t tV. IT'S Wf iVnHQO Won 1 U5lfS!j' i I'ljm V hum'' 'ii f'fvil ix"V icon i-iv't! rN'r i -WAT .5U3T loov III V IMI or i Vanvi fa1 Cx-C I NCVUx iinvuti r cj it vcuu C. ' j tXJ Dilnsif.' J 1 ') 6 n fix WEDLOCKED. -By LEO. trying daily tn nvcrconic votir 14. I n yon study hard for at least an l.'i. Are you fond nf reading hooks.' lh. llo you write plainly so that vour illcjrihility 1 17. I In you retiieinher names and faces, or d improve yoiirscii in tlusT Is. Have .vim a irond inciilory ! l!l. Can you concenl rate ? '..'0. .Vie von careful to speak of the ahseut only what you would say in their presence 1 "'l. lo you avoid as far as possihle hurtiiif.' any one's feelings! 'J"J. I In Voll respect other people's opinions, and refuse to el II lurry with them heeause they do not ai-ree with you? X. llo you think twice hefore you speak? '-'I. Are voii neat in appearance, and do you strive tn dress so as to he as pleasing as possihle to others? 'S. Are you punctual ! ..'li. I In .Mill pillicl illoilsly keep your word? '7. Arc vmi scrupulously honest? Us. Do you mind your own husiness sirieily! Do ymi never read other people 'h letters, listen to whal does not concern ymi, or k'ivc advice when lint asked? ". Are you polite, tactful, and self eontrollcl ? Do you have a sxstcm and follow it ? Are you amhitioiis? Are you contented f Do you tr.v to adjust youisi'f in circumstances you cann.it C UlV, AJMiI. ICiLU ''I' ll J Ot r home At A OuXklClJ i)p t-ll. AM ir' t-i'u OCLOCI NOMJ OM.fiO.H Mlf. 'L L PC MAfJ ' X k I s , . mm mi - T-w-Tt - 11 111 wmii - "- "- J"s 6 oo ahead Ao' if OU BsJ Uxj IT BACK vs)ITr4 YOU ILL Lia7r itX' ANO'kIR Bill. lo complain of ynnr dis. :io. :il. 'VI. control ? :il. Do yon refuse to eritiei.e people eases or vntir luck, nnd to look kIouui.v? Are yon hrave cnoiieh to sy "I don't know" when you don't know, mid tn refuse your assent to or helief in what ynu do not understand ::ti. Are you kind, and do you avoid loud or uply words? ,17. t'Mii yti keep a secret so that none will know you have nnrf Are ynu modest ? Do ymi avoid hniistinif ainl talking nf votirselfT HI, Are you engaged in some useful work, and do you save some, thing regularly f 40. IIhvi yon a sense of liunuirT 41. Are yon patriotic? 42. Are yon optimistic mid cheerful? 4'l. Are yon free from superstition f 44. Ar yon in love? 4,i. And do yon pray! Thin urtiele w MicgeMed hy a Kchonl exiimin.it ion in Puhliu School K7, Iti'onx, X. V., hy Principal (lahricl It. Mason.