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DAILY EAST O&EGOMIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920.
TWLvTE PAGES
CARDINAL'S BOOK POINTS TO
NEW VATICAN ITALIAN PEACE
.i'lliui.in .tf (ha aa.u lo .,..1., .i . . -
.," .71, VI, -oTo.ponrtrnt 1 ' inK ,,f the netrotlatlons. om-e hemm,
UOMH. April 1- Small pamphlet. the rormSlas for the solution of the
.sued uj on. of th. mom prominent most thorny prohLms would eusilv
i at 1, olio iM.t.,..i,,'lt firms .sivned by be found.
"Constantlftaa," hut tkior author Ml
admitted to be M other than Cardinal " " Wh?' OIK-e was ,he
la.p-ri, himself, has Jus, reminded' u""-mo""' ohmaclc. the
the Italian nation that. Important a ; o "01"" .0' ,h? t,m""ral "owr of
the Adriatic and other questions are i h" ""T "U",ly "n"""'1'
th.t of the peace -tti the Holv See ! , , '" fa-t' ''pnu,''!' s ter-
la Mill of the greatest interest for the ;r aspirations over the provinces
Italian people. jtnat once formed the so-called Pontif-
,, . ;oial states. The writer says that what
v ' . ... ."r.,t0 a?'e ,n' Mate '"p " See now wishes. Is only a
........ . nu rnil.il toj "theort Meal'
u,it(,w ine eonieni OT tne Oot.k or
recognition of Its hoy-
deny any connedon with it. public.- some l't ,o Usure ih. ,iitici h
religious independence of the papacy.
Hence, even the complete possession
of the Vatican palaces and Hardens, of
which the pope, under the guarantee
law. is only a tenant bv the nerniis-
tion. is rcirarde.t In the political cir
cles of the capital, a. extremely sig
nificant, and such s to Justify the
most sanguine expectation for an u nt I -mate
a liana' lory settlement of the
Homan question.
sion of the Italian stte. would be more
than sufficient and fully acceptable
to the postiff.
tomber. ISTo, and was suspended on
the 21st of the sumo month, is now de-
ined ended by bolh the high con
tracting powers.
Article Meond: The high contract
ing powers both regard as iiernmnent
lb. territorial situation resulting from
the war operations except in so far
as it is nuHllfied by the present treaty.
Allele Third: The Italian govern
ment declares that the law of May 1.1,
1S71, defining the legal status of the
pontiff constitutes a solemn and lrre
vocale declaration to the civilised and
tatholic world on the part of the
Italian government and people guar
anteeing the sovereignty and the po
litical, civil uiiti religious independence
and liberty of the high pontiff of the
Catholic church. Following the re
storation of peace diplomatic relations
between the Holy See ami the Italian
government will also be resumed, and
the Vatican will establish a nuriiela
ture to his majesty the king of Italy
while the latter will appoint
bassador to the Holv See."
Agrees to BeoQgtliUon.
Under articles six and seven I he Ital
ian government nrrees to , ,.,
FAI1HWINS VICTORY
IN HARDEST BATTLE
SAYS MAC CALLUM
an am-
Trraty Out lined.
The chief and most important fea
ture of the pamphlet Is a tentative
draft of a peace treaty between the
Holy See anil the Kingdom of Italy,
which reveah" the fine hand of the
consummate diplomatist. In fact the
anon.Miiono nun says ini me cnief which hegan at the outbreak of the
obstacle in the way of a speedy con- humilities on the eleventh day of Sep-
1 -ml- War State.
The first articlue of tho tentative
peace treaty ivpds as follows:
"The slate of war between the Ital
ian gox-vrnment and the Holv' See
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for your feet
Sensible shoes for sensible men
shoes that fit well, wear well,
look well these are Buckhect
nt i I l -
tnoes. nxtra service eve
step, comfort every minute"
is more than a slogan it's
fact stitched into every
, Buckhecht Shoe.
' Buckhecht Shoes for you for active men in all
walks of life are sold in a variety of styles and
leathers from 8 to ? 1 2 by principal shoe dealers in
the W est
Sold in Pendleton by Bond Ilrua.
BUCKINGHAM tc HECHT -
MANUFACTURERS tint the mrh ijiui SAN FRANCI9CO
T .1111 ... i m MMMMItMMMMMM
Seed Seed Seed
Spuds
Gft them now while you can get the
kind you want. We have the follow
ing: EARLIEST OF ALL, WHITE ROSE,
E ARLY ROSE, GARNETTS, PRIDE
OF MULTNOMAH, GREEN MOUN
TAINS, BURBANKS.
We also have the G. C. Morris Flower
and Vegetable Seeds, and Northrup
King Seeds at reasonable prices.
Gasoline at Our Quick Service Pump.
Telephone
334
Lynde Bros. Grocery
309 West Webb
Street
Just Few Stop Off Main Street
the Holy
as a groat power, and
ronxerl the yearly annuity i.r tin.... mil
lion which were glv.it to the pontiff
as an Indemnity for the loss of rev
enues. In a fund the Interests of which
will be devoted to defray the expenses
of Catholic missions abroad.
Article eisht, nine and ten nre.l...
voted to details and the appointment
commission for the settlement
territorial, rinnnrial and
malic questions involved.
When the pamphlet is put In re'a
Uon with Signor Nittis repeated
statement thathe had the concilia
lu.ii with the Vatican in his pocket the
hope that a final settlement of' the
vexed question is in surht can be re
warded us more than well founded
'Overcomers" is Theme of
. Evangelist' Sermon Show
ing Force of God's Grace in
Conflicts Fought Within.
of
dlplo-
BRING 'EM ON, PARSON
BUCKHECHT
ffEV.CW.6AV I DGE
OMAEi, Neb. There's a short
age of brides for middle-western
farmers. So says Rev. Charles
W. Savidge. who proposes solving
the problem by bringing a ship
load of peasant -iris from Europe.
He is Omaha's "marrying parson"
and has married 4 50 couples
o many there ara (ew vife can
didates left.
CLICK OF POKER CHIPS
ECHOES IN JURY ROOM
By M. D. TRACY
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
TOMBSTONE, Ariz., April 1.
I Desert jurisprudence has won a vic
tory over the courts of law.
And thereby the ancient and hon
orable flfame of poker lias come into
its own as a popular indoor siport for
ni embers of tho Bisbee deportation
trial jury.
Once more the festive card flicks
it; way across Tombstone's tables and
the click of the poker chip recalls the
old "boom days' of the southwest.
The reason back of this is very
simple. To begin with, Arizona's laws
forbid even penny-ante. But the 12
cowboy jurors, locked up under trinsr
ont regulations demanded some outlet
for their suppressed energies.
Music, boxin. writing letters, toss
iner quarters for a crack In the court
room floor all such diversions were
very well, but pokf-r seemed more
fitting for pokr everywhere is an
institution.
"Sorry, fellows, but It can't be
done," saidly remarked a bailiff as he
ff.rbade th card game. ,
"Why?" responded the sunburned
jurors In chorus.
"Because it's against the law, .and
we'll be arrested," was the apparently
pftent reason.
There's where desert Jurisprudence
floored the courts of law. One Juror
stepped forward and threw tho mon
key wrench into the cnltre judicial
machinery'-
"Ixiok here." he avowed. "Who's
N'oing1 to do all this arrcntin? We are
'inb-red locked Up and we cot to stay
in this court until tills trial's over.
The sheriff Is tho man who'd have to
: rrct us and he can't even come Into
this room, hut by the order of the
court. It may be there is f-ome port
of law ajfainst poker and all that. But.
by jrum. it would bo acainst the law
f i r anyone to even come In here and
see us playln. MComa on, fellows, get
rnmc chins and the celling th
limit."
That kind of reasoning convinced
'ven the bailiffs.
NVm- the rllck of the poker chip Is
the fnmillar sound on the second floor
of Tombstone's courthouse.
Thus far thert's been no dissenting
opinion.
Frc- Tuition.
Teacher JlmmJe Sfebhcns. I'm go
ing to teach you to make faces right
now!
Jimmle -Oee. teacher you're a won
der st recognizing talent; Mother
a! way said I was cut out for the
movie, iim Fun, ,
(By Rev. J. M Cornelison.)
The subject of Dr. MucCaltum's ser
mon tonight wlH be "How a Jailer
Was Saved."
last night Or. MacC'allum took as
DiS text Revelation 12.11. "The
overcome by the blood of the Lamb
and what follows. From this he
spoke on the theme of "Overcomers."
The speaker told of the lives of
Hugh Latimer and Ridley and of their
devotion to their faith In Christ. These
two with many others suffered uiurtw -
dom. being burned ut the take rather
than recant and give un their new
found hope and Joy. in Christ. They
loved not their lives unto death.
Dr. MucCallutn then recalled the
effort of the Human empire to stamp
out the heresy, only to find that the
empire itself went down before such)
a spirit filled conscience. One can 1
see in Naples or Pompeii in the mu
seuma what loathsome and vile con
ditions of society existed in the old
Roman empire. The lust and crime
aro beyond belief as also pictured in
the first chapter of the Kpistle to the'
Romans. Into this society went the!
spirit-filled coiitence of Christians!
and by the power of the Holy fijatrit
changed it. They were proof asain.st
It all.
"Christian science never content- ,
plates any such reform. Christian!
SclsneQ would no more dream or start- I
ing a reform In Indai where it was i
born than the devil would dream of
starting a revival in hell." cried the'
speaker.
Faith Wins lUittfe.
Numerous Instances and examples
of men who were down and out audi
who were enabled t.i "come back"
through the power or faith in Christ,
were given by the speaker.
Said the evangelist: "These men I
fought their battles within, where the'
greatest battles are fought. They Bra
moral battles mental battles to Uring
the heart and will to surrender to
Christ."
But when a man Is less ashamed of
sin than he is of Christ, then he is i
putting sin ahead of righteousness and
will not come to Christ.
It Is hard to face the moral issues j
of life out of Christ, "tirace 1ms help
ed me In lots of places,"' said a man. ;
"And this Is true," said the evangelist,
"when men face these terrible moral
battles."
The testimony of the life of a good
man in any community will do more
to convert men than anything else.
There is nothing Impossible to a man
of faith and prayer. Mary, Queen of
the Scots, was used to say, "I fear the
prayers of John Knox more than the
armies of Scotland."
Dr. MacCallutn closed hfs sermon
with an earn est a pe pa 1 to all to be
saved and overcome through the blood
f Jesus.
firu
Ten "Minutes with this Elegant
7etc Chalmers Tells You the Story
YOU find it starts at once; that it is running with amaz
ing sweetness in a few seconds. You note no vibration.
You call for speed and you get results. You tone it
down and you detect a willing and perfect servant obeying
every wish.
Ten minutes gives you a recast opinion on motor cars.
Your admiration for a Chalmers deepens. You search
for the cause and you find it in Hot Spot and Ram's-horn.
You may or may not know that "gas" is worse this year
than last, that it is becoming heavier and heavier and harder
and harder to "burn." ;as(iv
Few engines have met this serious condition.
The great Chalmers engine has. It takes the low grade
'gas," throws it aguinst the Hot Spot, which vaporizes the "gas"
into a "cloud," snd makes it "fine for fuel."
Ram's-horn, minus sharp corners and abrupt bends, rushes
it to the cylinders at a velocity of 100 miles an hour.
Thus the cylinders get a fuel that they can "burn," can
"digest," instead of "lumpy" or "rainy" kind of "gas."
Not only can you note results in a distinguished smooth
ness of action, but in your repair bills.
For Hot Spot and Ram's-horn provide against thinned out
lubrication and consequent burned bearings, scored cylinders,
frequent fouling of spark plugs, and wasted "gas" through the
exhaust.
Ten minutes will tell; and then you, too, will say Chalmers
is one of the few7j!reat cars of the world.
No Slouc h.
"The lawyer for the defense is ft
shnrp fellow.
"Do you think so?"
"Yes. The mument he saw the ju
rors getting interested in the fair
plaintiff's ankles he cut short his cross j
examination and called for the next
witness." Birmlnfrham Akp-I leraiil.
II jlli. McLEAN & SNA VELY H
1 Hi " I I
Spain has over
olive trees.
4,000,000 acres of
Nujol
br Cbnglipation
A New Method of treating an Old Complaint
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2300 acres 18 miles from La Cross in Whitman
II County, Washington.
1000 acres in wheat on good summer fallow.
This is not tractor land but is easily farmed.
Full possession can be given and vou get witn
this ranch all the crop on 650 acres and one-third
the crop on 350 acres. Also a full set of farming
! machinery and horses.
Easy terms and crop payments can be given.
J Oregon -Washington
Ranches Co.
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Phillpfl Dlnufo
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Phone 542.
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Plow Makers for the Wcrld
III KM N CliAUSSTCNIUS
Special Acfiit
Idaho State Life Insurance
!n Old I. die Company that docd all '
us uusiness in tne west.
210 Ueauregard St. p. . Box 38
Phone 227-W.
DR. C. H. DAY
Osteopath
Physician and Surgeon
I looms 23 and 25 Sinlth-Craw
ford mat.
Telephone 74. Tics. 749-n
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We Are Receiving Some i J
Coal Now and Have in A
Stock at Present
Rock Springs
Lump and iN'ut
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Why Pay the Peddler or
Canvasser Twice
These Prices?
DR. HHSS STOCK TONIO
I &,
Stuigis & Storie
Fendietoo, Ora . Walla Walla. Wash.
25 ll. Pall Costa $S.RO
IOO Ih. linn,, Costs 8.00
Here Is another point. Mr.
Farmer, we want to empha
sise tlto, ii, IIphk Rlnelc
- Kinff TJtah Lllllin 5 Tor,,r -onntated. It
ivulg l-illllll 3 ' .. ,s rallllnr a, the small doae
.i.....fliu .....v.'t It mitji vnur
linhiwla in a Ihiivlna- condltloo
roudy for Spring work.
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