Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, November 09, 1922, Night Extra, Page 14, Image 14

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Angera Would Consider Delay
as Act of Hostility
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Uncommon Sense : Part-Time People
lly JOHN ni.AKK
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Bl 4 fleriated Prfl
Pari, Ne. P. Ismt Phn. Foreign
Hlnltr In the Turkish Notienalist
Government, hag Informed the nllled
Governments that any delay In holding
the Lauannn peace conference would be
a disaster, in It would be Interpreted br I
the Angera Assembly and the Kemnltet C" ''
Turks and an indication that the Allies
did net intend te lire up te the condi
tions of the Mud.inla armistice.
The French Oevernment, therefore,
Is exerting every Influence te hae the
Lausanne conference formally opened
n scheduled time, November l'l, in or
der te demonstrate te the Turks the
geed intentions of the Allies.
The British asked for a postpone
ment because of their approaching elec
tions, but the French new have pro
posed te the British that in view of the
message from Ismet Pahha nil pnrtle
T)ECAU8E the ueep'.e of New
D de net take sufficient interest
In their schools, there In n short n go of
buildings nnil consequently ltiMiffldrnt
room te give alt the pupils scnlH for the
full school iln.
Kvcii in this nge of ndvnnccir civiliza
tion there are still cIMe tliep luhiibl luhiibl
tetiM de net rciilizc that eilucatlen la
mere important than nm thing else in
the world including tielltl. s and mil
nldpnl government utiil presidencies and
Many thousands of pupils In New
Yerk and doubtless In ether cities In
Kurepe and America are "part-time
pupils" nud get "part time ' educa
tions. This may be the result of incompe
tent school authorities te winn extent,
but If the people took the Interest in
)( line's they eittfht te take, no Incompe
tent persons would eer be school authorities.
fluent progress Is restricted in rense
Hut the children are net te be blamed
for this nert of thing. Thej are "part
tliiic" pupils for tut fault of their own.
Their ciders, however, are crj likely
te be "part limp" people, and this Is
their own fault.
Most of them are people who upend
just about half their time In Intelligent
intellectual Pursuits, in and out of busl
iies (hat they ought te spend.
They mny keep regular business
heuis, but any one who lias been in any
gnat leinmeriial establishment known
hew much or rather hew little actual
Intensive work Is done by thee em em
ple.tcd there.
It l net the elght-heur-day that is
insiihVlent for the work of the world
It N the "part time" work that U put
In Inside these eight hours.
11.1. TIMU people are rareand
in m h nlwn.is nmeitnt te semethinc.
The most medlecic man can. If he uses
all his time, accomplish a great deal.
The brightest man, If he is a "part
time" man, gets little done for himself'
or anybody else, because be leaves vnls
work te leaf twenty times n day and
has te begin much of It nil ever again.
"Part time people" are at much of a
source of trouble in the world as part
time pupils, and they have no excuse for
the time they spend in idleness.
CefuHght. tut
Maryland Citizens Offer Agricul
tural Display
Kasten, Md., Nev. I). The annual
(.011110 -wide agricultural and home
economics exhibition of the farmers of
Talbot County opened here this morn
ing in it garage en Seuth Washington
street. The room was decorated with
tlagi bunting and autumn leaves.
There was nn exhibition of wheat,
cera. eat", rye, potatoes, cabbage,
bean", peas, turrrtps, ami, in fact,
evert thing grown en the farm. The
exhibit of poultry was exceptionally
large. The judges will- be Mls 11.
Knight, Miss A. 8. .Tenes, Mrs. ,T. A.
Burroughs W. II. ltlce, and P. W.
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ausanne. The llritlsu reply te tms
nroDesal has net vet been received.
As the Trench view It. the confer
ence should be opened en time ne'.t
Monday as a demonstration of geed
sa. ill and then the mere Important meet
ings requiring the attendance of the
plenipotentiaries could be postponed for
a week or se. during which the experts
could occupy themselves in sundrj
Ismet Pnha still Is in Constant! Censtant! Constant!
aeple, the Foreign Office has been ad
vised, but he intends te go te Lau
sanne as seen as possible.
Bulgaria has asked the Allies te
Crant her representation at all of the
discussions at the Near F.atcrn Peace
Conference at Lausanne insttad of enl
at these concerning the Straits. The
Ttquest new Is under consideration.
The troubled tstate of affairs in (.'on (.'en (.'on
tlantlneple may net b gettinj jiiv
xrerse, but there certainly seems te he
Be impreveni'-nt in geed teelin; between
the Kemallsts and the allied leinmls-,
Twe Itritish snldleis were assassi
nated last insht ut KivdlnipMsliii. ac
cording te the Constantinople corre
spondent of Petit P.irlsicn.
Colonel Ch.irp.v. cemmmder of the
French troops in the Constantinople
area, told the correspondent he consld censld
cieil the bltuatlen one of the gravest
The attitude of the KemilNts be
comes stiffer everj day and the extrem
ists seem te be In power at Angera. An
indication of this was the h Iteration
yesterday of the demand that the Allies
evacuate both their uulitaiy and ii.iv.t1
forces from Constantinople and sur
rounding districts.
Ilonie, Nev. 0. (By A. P.) Pre-
mler Mussolini has tclesr.ipb.ed te the
Italian high commissioner In c.'on'tiin c.'en'tiin c.'on'tiin
tlneple stating that lie favored a united
front by the Allies regardiiu Tml.e.v.
The Premier announced the sending
of this message at csterdav's cnbinet
meeting. Turl. hda beaten (irecce, but
could net claim te have dvfeated the
Entente, the Premier said.
The Italian worship Archmede was
ordered by the Premier te lemaln at
Constantinople anil he gave inti actions
that in case? of neccs-It.v ether ve-e-els
should b held iu readiness te protect
Italian Nationals,
The suggestion for a pos-penement of'
the Lausanne conference, the Premier
added, had come from (Jrent BrPiiin,
and Italy had agrecil te it .n condition
that the delay be Iu iff.
Londen. Nev. f). H A. P.) Lon Len Lon
eon morning newspapeis failed te re
ceive their usual iuet is of news frmn
Constantinople today because of the'"
cutting of the Eastern Telegraph Com Cem
pan.v's cable en the Kemalist side of the
Chanak zone by the '1 urks, nnd tl.eir
refusal te permit rne (.empany te ie
rnlr it.
Se far as was known here this
morning, no overt or hostile act has
jet been taken at Constantinople, either
by the Allies or the Kfmull't", but the
situation is known te be extienulj tense
and the insistence of the Nationalists
upon their demands for nllled evacua
tion has made it increasingly critic.-.!.
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