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Deposed Head, of Hungarian
Soviets to Be Interned.
EX-DICTATOR IS FIREMAN
.Fall Follows Threat to Fight to
Death -Xew' Government Asks
Recognition by Allies.
COPENHAGEN", Auk. 3. Bela Kun,
deposed Hunearian soviet leader, has
arrived in Vienna, where he will be
put in an internment camp, according
to a despatch from Vienna received
VIENNA. Aue. 2. (By the Associated
Press.) Bela Kun, who resigned his
virtual dictatorship of Hungary, Is re
ported to have arrived here as a fire
man on a freight train. The report is
that he 1$. now at the Hungarian lega
tion with the acquiescence of the Ger
xnan an4. Austrian- governments. No
Information concerning- the report could
be obtained as the legation was closed
rich tint: ii Streets Threatened.
According to the newspapers Bela
Kun, In refusing Thursday the proposal
of General Boehm, his minister of war,
to hand over the government to the
socialists, declared Hungary would re
main a Hungary of Soviets and that the
proletariat would defend the system of
councils to the last drop of blood, even
to the extent of fighting in the streets
PARIS. Aug. 3. (By the Associated
Press.) The new Hungarian govern
ment, through the Italian mission' at
Budapest, has sent a message to the
peace conference asking for the estab
lishment of relations with the confer
ence. The conference fn reply said it
expected the new government to com.
ply with the terms of. the armistice
and hoped the establishment of an or
derly government in Hungary would
make possible the resumption of eco
1 - ' 1 -. Aug. 3. (By the Associated
Press.) The supreme inter-allied coun
cil sent a message yesterday to the
Roumanian army, along the Theise
river, to cease its advance upon Buda
pest immediately. The council eagerly
awaited further communication from
tne new Hungarian government at
No Threat Agalnat Haaeirj.
The note, which the supreme council
communicated to the new Hungarian
government through the Italian mission
in iiuaapest, was temperate in tone,
snowing that the disposition on the
part of the peace conference to assist
the Hungarian peorvle in an effort to
create a stable government need not
in any sense be considered a threat of
vio'ence against the new government.
It laid stress, however, on the necessity
for Hungary to comply with the terms
of the'ftrmistii.e'nnd disarm completely.
Poumanla and Czecho-Slovakia, in ad
dition to the other Balkan states, have
urged the complete disarmament of the
Hungarians immediately, and the peace
conference apparently is disposed to
take every possible step to prevent fur
ther military action on the part of the
In conference circles confidence is
expressed that the Roumanian will not
tnke the Hungarian capital against the
will of the supreme council.
PARIS. Aug. 2. (Havas.) The Rou
manian and Czecho-Slovak delegations
tent to the peace conference today
communications that urged the neces
sity of immediately disarming the Hun
garian forces, the Temps says today.
nance in business, the cash and carry
plan, federal luxury tax. government
control as affecting retailers, problem
of local charities and . subscriptions,
benefits of local co-operation and ex
tending credit with maximum safety.
Officer.' Election la Thursday.
Thursday morping session wiH be
spent In further discussion of retailers'
problems, and during the afternoon the
annual business session will be held,
officers elected and the next convention
Ihe officers of the Oregon Retail
Merchants' association are: C. Clifford
Barlow of Warrenton. president: A. C.
Marsters of Roseburg. first vice-presi
dent; W. A. Barrett of Albany, second
vice-president: J. G. Snodgrass of La
Grande, third vice-president; T.. R. Mer
rick of Portland, secretary: Thomas C.
Watts of Reubens, treasurer.
1 wo otner conventions are announced
for. the week, also closely allied with
buyers' week. They are the Oregon
Pharmaceutical convention and the
meeting of the Northwest Furniture
Dealers' association. The three con
ventions, augmenting; buyers' week it
self, will make the coming six' days
unusually busy ones for the Portland
jobbers and manufacturers.
Other events of' unusual Interest
scheduled for the week will swell the
total attendance of - outsiders here to
several thousand. On Thursday. Au
gust 7, the party of officers and direc
tors of the I'nited States Chamber of
Commerce will arrive and pass the day,
as will also a party of 150 .New York
people touring the west under the aus
pices of the Brooklyn Eagle. On Au
gust 8, 9 and 10 members of the Na
tional Editorial association, 210 strong,
will be In Portland and vicinity for a
session and'entertainment at the hands
of Portland and Oregon people.
BELLA KUN'S FALL TOLD
(Continued ?'rom First Page.)
1 The Passing of the Washwoman
In Your Home
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FLIER PLAYS SMIUM.
MAX, "BROKE." GKTS I.IET FROM
Lieutenant Franien Retiehcs Mc
31innvillc Willi Kirt Commer
cial Plane Over Siskiyou-..
McMIXXVILLE. Or.. Aug. 3. (Spe
cial.) Lieutenant Leonard E. Franzen,
who piloted the airplane of the Beaver
Flying corporation which nrrived here
today, bears the distinction of being
the good Samaritan of the air. George
Padden, a young fellow broke and out
of a job. begged a ride of Lieutenant
Franzen and trot the lift from Sacra
mento to Medford.
Lieutenant Franzen's machine was
the first comnif-rcial plane to fly
across the Siskiyou mountains to the
Willamette valley, making the trip
without mishap at an elevation, of 5000
feet. In the region of Cow Cre,ek
tanyon the aviator maintained an alti
tude of 7000 feet. He says he noted
jromeroiis landing places. however,
that might have been negotiated in an
The distance from Sacramento to,
Medford was made mi 4 hours an 23
minutes, with two stops en route. This
plane is of the regulation army type,
specially equipped for performing
aerial stunts, which renders it safe for
the commercial use of the corporation
consisting of Lieutenant Franzen,
Floyd P. Rrowne and Ralph Wormian,
a local banker.
which have resulted In removing this
ulcer from . Hungary; it is only the
truth to say that American initiative
and energy were principal reasons for
their being driven through to a suc
cessful conclusion. One of the entente
representatives was so indifferent and
so skeptical of results that he tele
graphed to his government that noth
ing would come of the negotiations.
He has been left to his own thoughts
since and will probably learn of the
events in Budapest when the public
I am in a position to give the history
of the negotiations which., were begun
with Agosoa. a representative of the
Helu Kun government, who came here
for the purpose, and General Boehm. a
former commander in Belu Kun's army
wno js now bolshevist ambassador at
Vienna. Others took part, but these
were the principal ones. For the en
tente there were Colonel Sir Thomas
Cunningham of the English mission;
F'rince Borghese, for Italy; M. Allizo,
for France, who participated part of
the time, and Captain Gregory of the
American relief administration.
Tenai Submitted to Bolahevikt.
The basis of the negotiations drawn
up and presented to the bolshevist lead
ers was as follows: f
First The assumption of the exist
ing dictatorship, in which complete
powers of government ought to be in
vested. Second The dismissal of the com
munist Bela Kun government, the re
pudiation of bolshevlsm and the com
plete cessation of bolshevist propa
ganda. Third A dictatorship to bridge over
the period until the formation of-- a
government representative of all
Fourth The immediate cessation of
all acts of terrorism and of confiscation
Fifth The immediate calling of an
entente advisory body.
sixtn 'ihe raising of the blockade
and the immediate undertaking by the
entente to supfiy rood, coal- and as
sistance in opening the Danube.
Seventh No political persecutions.
Kighth Ultimate determination re
specting the socialization to be left to
the permanent government.
Bolabevlata Accent Term,
These points were agreed to by the
bolshevist negotiators subject .to ap
proval of Bela Kun. The entente rep
resentatives sent the eight poin.d to
JJaris for consideration. The result wa
tne statement issued by the supreme
council in Paris on Sunday. July "7.
in which it was said that the entente
was anxious to arrange peace with the
Hungarian people and bring to an end
conditions which made impossible the
economic revival of central Kurope.
The statement added that if the en
tente was to do anything for Hungary
it must deal with a government wnich
represented the people and not with
one based on terrorism.
This statement was translated into
Hungarian and German and was given
the widest publicity in Hungary. It
was distribu .el in every -av possible
and undoubtedly did much to furtner
favorable negotiations. This counter
propaganda, coupled with the Ku.ssian
advance and the preparations for. or
the threat of, an advance from Slo
vakia, furnished the necessary power
to force the Bela Kun government to
terms. So sure were souie of the en
tente representatives that the thing
would go. through that they sent for
Garami to come from Switzerland sev
eral days ago. . The American relief
administration has also made prepara
tions for the shipment of food when the
KUN WEEPS STEPPING DOWN
Down brings a Thor to your
home. Then .small monthly
payments. Phone Broadway
2686 right now and ask
I Smith-McCoy Electric Co.
E 571 Washington St., Bet. Seventeenth and Eighteenth
the Russian soviet and the Hungarian
proletariat's capacity for self-sacrifice.
These conditions, he said, had not been
Bela Kun then appeared before tne
council. With tear-stained face and in
a choking voice he admitted the hope
lessness of the situation.
Speakers told how the Roumanian
troops were within 40 kilometers oi
Budapest and said that the allies
threatened to tighten the blockade.
Jacob Weltner. president of the sol
diers' and workmen's soviet, and Dr.
Peter Agoston, then minister of jus
tice, stormily demanded Bela Kun s
Then Bela Kun yielded. .He predict
ed the coming of a "white terror," rob
bing the workmen of their freedom and
means of production, all of which he
deplored. He added that the people
would return to him.
EX-PRINCE IS VENGEFUL
H 1 U V OF PRUSSIA SEES "DAY
OF RECKONING" COMING.
MEXICO CONDEMNS LAND
AMERICAN " PROPERTY ADJA
CENT TO TOWNSITES DESIRED.
Letter to British Rnlcr Calls
Trial ot English Statesmen
With Former Kaiser.
BUYERS TO J3ATHER TODAY
fonTimifd F'r.ini FirM Pbc-.
Merchants" association, uhirh will oieii
a three-days' sessim in the rreon room
of 'he Chamber of Commerce Tuesday.
A feature of the programme of the ses
sion this' yr. at which several hun
dred Oregon merehantj; will be present,
w-.ll be an open forum Tuesday and
Wednesday af ternoois, at which mem
bers w i,l voice suggestions and corn
plain's, as wll as offer business inno
vations for disc is-sion.
Paul T. Morris, of the Orearon Agri
cultural collesre and the lnite. States
department of agriculture, on Tuesday
will lead a discission on "Community
Convention to Open Tomorrow.,
The convention of the Oresron reiail-
era will open at 2 P. M. tomorrow, al-
ithousrh repjstration will start at
n clock that morning. The address of
welcome will be piven by athan
Sljauss, chairman of the aeneral com
mittee for victory buyers week, and
the convent ion . ill be opened bv c;
Clifford Fallow of Warrenton. presi
dent of the Oron Retail Merchants'
assoc. ation. tnate Secretary I R. Mer
rick of Port land will address the or
ganization and discussion of community
development will follow.
On Wedn'-sdav two meetinsrs -will be
held for discission of interests vital to
the mrchr-i;s. Amonff the topics to
taken up re the following-: Busi
ness hours, hiirgiary and burglary it
urance, linking local newspapers with
c-ounty merchants, knowledge, c fi
lled Leader Admits Plight HopelefeS
and Is Koroed Out.
VIENNA. Aug. 2. (By the Associated
PresK.) The downfall of Bela Kun,
virtual dictator of the old Hungarian
soviet government, and the fight he
made almost alone to maintain the
power that had caused the allies so
much trouble for months, is described
dispatches received today and by
refugees from Budapest.
Final action in upsetting the com
munist governmen t took place Friday
at the meeting of the central council of
revolutionary workmen and soldiers at
Budapest. Zoltan Ronay. former min
ister of justice, announced the govern
ment's resignation. He explained that
the dictatorship of Bela Kun, effective
March 3. was based on three assump
tions, name! y :
World revolution, military aid from
COPENHAGEN, Aug. 3. The former
Prince Henry of Prussia, in a letter to
King George, published today by the
Hamburger Nachrichten, says the truth
about the war may be had from the
allied statesmen, and tke suggests that
if the former German emperor is placed
on trial the statesmen also appear.
The letter esks King George to de
sist from demanding the extradition
and trial of the former German ruler.
The letter, which is signed, "your
humble cousin, Henry,"- charges th
England plotted Germany's commercial
downfall. The letter continues:
"Germany and her brave people have
been hit heavily, but they are not yet
dead. The German, spirit, which now
seems dead, still lives and will one day
awake to foil consciousness of the dis
grace and shame which have been in
flicted, and will, one day demand a
Germany was overcome. Prince Henry
declares, not by the arms of the en
tente, but by a "silver bullet" which
lodged in the back, of the German
POLES EXPECT MORE WAR
Much Accomplished by Peace Treaty
But Trouble Not Ended.
WARSAW, Auk. 3. (By the Assoc!
ated Press.) lurtnK the sitting; of the
Polish diet .when the German peace
treaty was ratified. Premier Paderew
skl made an important speech In which
he said he rejoiced that Poland's free
dom had been recognized by Germany
and was solemnly confirmed by the
allied and associated powers "although
precious Polish blood probahly would
still flow for territories - not yet re
turned to our patrimony."
Premier Paderewski. in summing: up
the treaty said.it deprived Poland of
very few square kilometers of terri
tory. but grranted much from a nationa
point of view. The changes made in
the preliminary draft treaty, he added
deprived Poland 'of 95,000 Germans, but
restored 60.000 Poles.
4o00 Acres of Timber and Farms
Ordered Taken Over by Gov
ernment of Chihuahua.
EL PASO. Tex.. Auar. 3. Forty-five
hundred acres of farming: and timber
lands, valued at $112. 500 (gold), belong
ing to American and Canadian com
panies have been ordered condemned
and taken over by the state govern
ment of Chihuahua under article 87
of the Mexican constitution. John C.
Hayes, general manager of the Babi
cora Cattle company, was notified yes-
erday of this action, as were the Ma
dera company officials.
The lands include 2500 acres belong
ne to the Babicora. company, owned
by the estate of Mrs. Phoebe Hearst,
and approximately 2000 acres belong
ing to the Madera Lumber company, a
Much of the Madera company's prop
erty " consists of timber land, but in
eludes the water works constructed
near the American lumber town o
The land was ordered condemned by
the state agrarian commission unde
the law which permits municipalities
to condemn lands adjoining, townsites
for the use of the people residing,
witnin tne towns, inese :anas are to
be paid for in state bonds and the price
is fixed arbitrarily by the state agrari.
an commission, Mexican attorneys here
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