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gEgAILICAPITAL JOURNAL SAT. nmm,
HOURLY GROWING 5
The following .
By Camillio Clanfarra
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
Rome, Dec. 24. The , situation at
Fiume is growing more complicated
hourly, it w is lnUicilcfl here today Uv.t
ri ertheless settlement ol t..e tiisyoMl-tion-
of the cuy was believed immi
; nt. ' . .
The censorship today permitted par
tial relations of negotiations now un
der way at Flume between D'Annunzio
and the government The Epocha's
Flume correspondent telegraphed aa
.litional details on the recent plebiscite
Riot Breaks Out
T .LlattI and Jame H. Page.
vnemical coniDanv. Pn,.
,,r ,"" -""nucai company, Port-'n """- convention o!
The ninth annual convention of th
' open conflict has broken . out. he
cofrt AftOf tVlA nQftnnnl ! i . .
to accept rermier NUti's proposals bv th tT QISSution were filed
nmrB kuh a uemonsirauon In front nr " company anil t
's palace, the people shout- p, , P Fann comPany both
held in Portian,. ,o . .
at th. r ., , o, ana i
,at the Portland chamber of commerce
a originally planned to hold
the sessions on December 29. 30 and
ul DUt on nriA..nt ... .
- cm,, t-en-i . --'. m me special ses-
K. J. Tompkins. Walla i ?? ot the lesislature and the state
St Dam 3 . - I Win A attvm U j . .
until .h . ales were Postponed
until the week immediately preceding
the convening of the state legislature
Inasmuch as important matters con
cerninp l...;.... ... ,
Mohr Mht n . Vrr""' rought
. . -I VYH.K71A1 Alirt . 'bWMttlUll! I1U.VA nAnn
. Pnoa i Invito a j
a '7 . " "u me sessions of the
v.VJl LliifHT ehmnl. . I unvnn Ifrimt n .
ranitoi . an increase n N ; , wmgresa Dy rresl
tapital from isnn nnn . .. '" dent .Tnv vt iiv..,,- r, ;..
and E. B. Griffin
idtt and J. Dean Butler
First Church .u-V..
dlot .. " ' "'""azarene, Pen
Wa w t J- ToPklns. W,
M m7,( '' I! e7.' undon, and E
. "rry Inc., Forest fim
R TL,r- CU"- Eo W,U "and
inea by the Lumho-- . . Prosrram will h in v,0 .
Icompany of Port.nH oec lowing comml m" lo"
, AU.U. o Fia;t!, me people shout- Popij
Inff that Nltti'H nian ,oo Portland.
. ' .mi. atUBHr- TV,. r
able and that the government Mu vr". iVl- J- Campbell Lnmhn
nut im uuaieu. ni r j ul r0"iana filed sud
D'Annunzio, however, ordered the of TkTT artlcles chanKig the name
council's vote ratified by the pop(a- BNnri rnT"011 t0 the Golli Medal
tion and violence followed. bnlne'e company.
ists Invaded the Vedetta D'ltalia, pro
acceptance newspaper and prevented
its publication. They also prevented
?nany persons from voting.
Under the circumstances D'Annun
zio decided to annul the ratification
Poet Admits Unrest.
In an article printed in the Vedetta
December 21, the noet .uJ
Flume's voice has changed" and that
tiuuiu no longer exists.
PRESIDENT TO RETURN
frank statement of tho iunni.'.
tin.. T . . . o vvimh.
i , U10a'e s Italia said to
day Under-Secretary Foscari now is
t cting as the government's go-between
in an endeavor to induce D'Annunzio to
accept the national council's vote "
: The Epocha said reports on the re
fmlt of the last Flume plebiscite ar
rived in Rome last night and were com
municated to the cabinet.
Washington no. oe . - .
Zk,SJ lSn 'f8Ue(5 two proclamZns
. Existe Brothers, prominent resident ,
of Lebanon and veteran of the Civil
war, died In that city Sunday, aged
inentue one free
from skin trouble
At ihe first sign of skin irritation
l blotch or an itching, burning rash
pply a little Resinol Ointment to the
iffected part, whicli first lias been
Cleansed with Resir.ol Soap. '
' p r-ot neglect biby's skin, because
It is easily irritated, and if neglected,
obstinate trouble vnay persist in later life.
' Resinol Ointment is safe and harm
lessit was originated by a doctor,
ir.d has been used by doctors for many
At all druggijts.
announcing that fort
railroads and of the American Rail
way Express company would be re
linquished by the government on
March 1, 1920, at 12:01 a. m.
The president's reasons for setting
the date for the return of the rail
roads to private ownership at March
1, Instead of January 1, were ex
plained in the following statement by
"Last May, in his message to the
congress, the president announced
that the railroads would be handon-
jover to their owners at the end of
this calendar year.
"It Is now necessary to act by issu
ing this proclamation. In the present
circumstances, no agreement hnvino-
yet been reached by the two houses of
the conerrpflfl in rporut tn iarraintiAn
on the subject, If becomes necessary in
the public Interest to allow a. reason
able time to elapse between the issuing
or the proclamation and the date of
its actually taking effect.
'The president is advised that the
railroad and express companies are
not organized to make it possible for
them to receive and manage their
Droperties if actually turned over to
them on December 31, and if this were
done it would raise financial and legal
complications of a, serious character.
The railroad and eXDress comnnnles
should be given ample opportunity to
adequately prepare for the resump
tion of their business under the con
trol and management of their own
stockholders, directors and officers.
Therefore, the transfer of possession
back to the railroad companies will
become effective at 12:01 a. m March
The hunger strike of the Reds on
f Ellis Island shows that the boys are In
graining to get along when they gat
home. New Tork Tribune.
O. C. Leiter. Portland, chairman;
Fred N. Wallace, Tumalo; Frank Spin
ning, Echo; Harry W. Gard, Madras;
Porter J. Neff, Medford; C. W. Eber
leln, Klamath Falls: TV. W n9vnu.
Vale; J. N. Williamson. Prinevilla
Various mattera Of ImnnrlanM re
lating to Irrigation will be dismissed
and prominent speakers representing
me interior oenartment and ih vH-
jous irrigation enterprises ot the state
win be heard at the convention.
Among the speakers Invited to attend
are Franklin K. Lane, secretary of
the interior, and Elwood Mead, chair
man of the land settlement board of
the state of California. ,
STORM BLOWING UP
PnrtlflnrL Or.. Ten. 24.. Cooler nnd
possibly fair weather are on the boards
for Christmas day in Portland and vi
cinity, and many a skipper alone the
Oregon and Washington coast will
lave a good excuse for anchoring in a.
safe haven over the holiday. A heavy
pale is blowing today and probably
will continue Thursday.
With a 60-mile gale blowing during
he night at North Head, storm warn
ings are up all along the northwest
coast A southerly gale, shifting to
'he west, Is indicated.
The Willamette river is falling at all
1 olnts today excepting in Portland.
Here it is stationery at 9.4 feet above
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure Itching,
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles.
Stops Irritation, Soothes and Heals.
Vou nan sfJt restful sleet) after the
first application. Price 60c. (Adv)
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