H w-w- p-V." 'Jf!'w i DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, 'JUNE VI 921, TEN PAGES greek tartar's new code of Health teaches that man is 'composed of 3 personalities si- Man Cannot Function Fully Un til AH" Are in Harmony Says 'Message From Middle East. CONSXAJS'TINOJ'riK. me 8. (A. r.) A new gospel of health, that man la tint one but three, anil that he cannot function fully until h Ik three personalities are In harmony, has come here from Ihe middle east mi the tide of lthsslan and other refugees from fa countries. Thla gospel la procla nied hy a small dark man of mntery, a Greek Tartar, O. I. GurdJIeff. He had contributed to the meager Intellectual life of the city new throb. The outward and primary of his teachings begins with daticea borrow ed from the Moaijuea of IVrsla and the temples of India. He puta some of his patients on bread and water for month! at a time hut requires them, alf the while, to carry' on the most vi olent exercise which conform to the music of a piano. tiuaruijeii s teachings have some similarity with the undent Greek con ceptions of the development of menial force and bodily grace and activity. He is persuaded that his teachings will ihniute the art of living. He has gathered about him a group of con verts who say they are Kong to spread his theories westward, gome going to the I'nited Slates. He says that he was taught by Russian physicians and psychologists. "In harmony there la health," do dared (luardteff. "The western world of medicine and psychology has never grasped the truth that man is not controlled by tine personality, but by three, and when these three are not harmony a muit says he is 'sick.' A sick man, a man with that tired feel ing, is like a horse and carriage with out a driver. The man Is not master of himself. "Civilisation has led man away from himself, physically and spiritual ly. Too much use of the bead has de harnionized him. Man is composed of three parts. Just like a machine. One part thinks, one feels, and one eats and sleeps. If man thinks too much, or eats too much, or sleeps too much, he falls ill. "My plan is to first put the three back into a common unity, and then gradually develop a fourth personality which controlls the other three. If thla fourth peraonulity or domlmitlng consciousness Is not developed, the three men In the same body never es tablish, contact with each other, and the Anarchy we call sickness destroys him." i ' - ' MEN IN BOA! WILL TRY TO CIRCLE GLOBE XRW YOlUv. June 8. (IT, P.) A modern- version of "Three Men In n Boat" will he presented by Captain Mltner Tonning and two companions, who will leave this month for a, voyage around the world. The trip will be made in an open lifeboat, equipped with a sail. The only shelter will be a canvas cover for the bunks. The boat will curry . 14 weeks' provisions. The route will be New York Kne land, Gibraltar, Sues Cunnl. Sumatra. Philippine Islands, Hawaii, California. Panama Oinal, and back to Xeiv York. They believe the voyugo will require 16 to 18 months. Tonnlng's companions are Olther Pettersen and Helge Westerllng. All are members of the Norwegian Mas ters' and Mates' Association. Jjf f 'Wmt J I Wfo have a Coal &m I ' Bin or a Wood Box ? MM ' I f3 h cook with a good oil cookstove. , i; iiiiii r".' i in; i ren t, i; .. s. i OPH'M IS SMl'GiiMl) IX. HAVANA, Cuba., June 8. (A. P.) Seizure by Havana customs Inspec tors, of several valuable contraband shipments of opium has given rise to the theory that a strong smuggling or ganlxation is working' through the Spanish poi't of Barcelona. The drug captured has been found in the bag gage of passengers arriving from that port. 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Fresh com plications for the Allies In the very near future are now rapidly brewing In the Intense propaganda being carried on in Austrian Tyrol for annexation to Germany. The supreme object to be attained by this Is to give Uermany and Italy a common boundary something that has been the dream of Italian and Ger man statesmen ever since the two countries attained their national unity. As a signatory of the Versailles treaty, wherein she has pledged her self to oppose any annexation of German-Austrian territivry to Germany, Italy, officially at least, is obliged to maintain a negative attitude in the In tense propaganda which is now under way in Austrian Tyrol. However, Italian statesmen and politicians are unable either to deny or conceal the fact that if . by one means or another this little strip of Austrian territory lying Just north of the Italian border at the Krenner pass and Just south of Munich should be come a part of German territory, the advantages to Italy would be almost incalculable. One of the eternal nightmares from which all Italian statesmen suffer is that of the manner in which Italy is at all times at the mercy of England be cause of the latter's control of the Mediterranean. Italy as a maritime power is dependent for her nationa.1 existence on her ability to keep up sea commerce with the rest of the world, especially for the importation of coal, wheat and other essentials for her life. Tet with England controling both the western entrance to the Mediter ranean to Gibraltar and the eastern at the Suez canal, she could at any mo ment cut-off Italy from all commerce with the rest of the world and reduce her to starvation and terms in a very few weeks. The thesis of nearly all leading Ita lian statesmen has therefore alwaya been that Italy's national safety and existence depended upon connection with some northern country that could always insure an outlet for her com merce through the northern seas as well as an inlet for importations. Mani festly, the country best situated to do this i Germany, and this was one of the principal, confederations in Italy's membership In the Triple Alliance he fore the war as well as the principal motive back of all Italian statesmen "u iirsuuu-u in me matter of Italy s taking sides with" the Allies duringhe recent war. The treaty of Versailles reduced the territory which separates Italy from Germany to an almost inconsiderable strip. The population is overwhelm ingly German nnd It is amongst this population that Germany is carrying on an only too welcomed propaganda for nnnexatinn to Germany. The lack of common frontier both the German and Italian economists point out constitutes the greatest bar rier to reciprocal economic develop ment and relations of the two coun tries, which would require a customs unity. . The propaganda now being ad vocated Is that the Tyrol count i-e formed Into an autonomous province and annexed to Italy for the sake of the common frontier and reclproclvnl economic advantages. The propaganda to this end la being carried on in such a manner that the Hlliiiiiii.il created thereby can hardly escape much longer consideration by the Allies. koeppen's prescription drugstore' A. C. Koeppen & Bros. The Drug Store That Serves Yon Beat. TTTTJ Coulon Wins - 3 ihida Kara might vamp Johnny Coulon off hi feet, but she couldn't lift him. 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