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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
OCTOBER 22, 1921
Former! Austrian Emperor
Occupies Raab With Ar
my of Royalists
OBSTACLES ARE FOUND
Coup . Follows Sensational
Flight from Switzerland
BUDAPEST. Oct. 22 (By The
: Associated Press) Charles I,
former e to per or of Austria, is en
eased In hit second coup d'etat
with thelobject of reseating him
self on the throne of Hungary.
He has reached Raab, where roy
alts are gathering about the de
throned king, ready to march
with him and his army of 12.00U
Oestenburg troops into the old
capital of Budapest, 60 miles
After a sensational flight from
Switzerland by airplane Thursday
,' accompanied by the former Cm
press IZtav-iie landed at or near
Oedenburg under inter-all ed con
trol and gained the renewed al
legiance of the Hungarian troops.
From Oedenburg Charles and
his army went to Raab, occupying
i the town and sending out call
tor Count Bethlen. Hungarian
premier, Stephen Rakovsky, pres.
Ident of the national assembly; M.
Beniczcy, former mln'eter of the
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Thane bonds will mature serial
ly 1022 to 1831 inclusive, and are
secured by a tax lien on business
'and beit residence property valued
at twenty times the amount of this
issue. ,. i
Dr Park, with a population
;f 1475 193 census), ia situat
1 ill' Spokane county, and Is the
commercial center of a grain and
fruit raising and lumbering- region.
It is prosperous sad old-established
Prices to Yield
INCOME TAX EXEMPT
Wm. McGilchrist, Jr.
- - CLASS XKVSALL CO.
. Room 400 U. S. Bank Bldg.
Interior and other royalist sym
Rakovsky, Count Apponii and
Guatav Gratz bave headed a legit
imate cabinet at Raab and the
royalists have taken prssessioa
of the public bu Idlngs at jSteina
manger. Territory Dispnteil
The district of, Gurgenland.
where Charles landed, is disputed
territory lying along the frontier
between Austria and Hungary. It
was awarded to Austria, but was
occupied some months ago by
Hungarian irregular troops. At
a conference in Venice last week
it was decided Burgenland; should
be turned over to Austria, but
that Oedenburg, and its surround-
lng distrct should hold a ; plebis
cite whtah would decide the future
status of that immediate terri
tory. Hungarian leaders, parti
cularly former Premier Friedrich
'declared they would not withdraw
the Hungarian troops in the dis
trict. Charles once before attempted
to regain power in Hungary, but
there was a threat on the part of
the little entente consisting of
Cxecho-Slovakia, Jugo-Slavia and
Rumania to take military action
against Hungary if he was not
forced to. leave the country. The
allied vernments also made rep
resentation to Admiral Horthy,
the Hungarian regent, in an en
deavor to secure the expulsion of
Charles, and he returned to
Switzerland last March.
Raab, on the Danube in north
western Hungary, has been occu
pied by 12000 royalist troops and
a royalist cabinet has been form'
ed there, according to a telephone
message from Raab tonight.
VIENNA, Oct. 22. Former Em
peror Charles of Austria-Hungary
is making another spectacular bid
to regain his thron3 in Hungary.
But he again is encountering ob
stacles. Today's outstanding develop
News from Oedenburg that the
ex-emperor, in an airplane with
ex-Empress Zita, had soared from
Hertenstein, Switzerland, Thurs
day, had landed in this Burgen
His enthusiastic reception by
military forces in that disturbed
area under the leadership i of Ma
Jor Oestenberg who immediately
proclaimed him king of Hungary.
Formation of a monarchists
cabinet, beaded by Stephen Rak
ovsky, former president of the
Hungarian lower chamber and in
cluding In its makeup Count Al
bert Apponyi, former Hungarian
premier; Count Julius Andrassy,
former Austro-Hungarlan foreign
minister and Gustav Gratz, for
mer Hungarian foreign minister.
Declarations by the present
Budapest government that this at
tempt to regain the throne would
be met with the same measures as
those which prevented his reach
ing bis goal last March.
Railway Reported Wrecked
Protestations by the allied rep
resentatives . At , Budapest to the
present Hungarian government
against Charles' return to the
Reports from Budapest that the
railway between that city and
Raab was torn up, with the result
that the train on which the for
mer monarch was reported o be
traveling tonight would be unable
to continue. Twelve thousand
troops were said to be accompany
y. m. c. j.
Work of Securing Pledges
to Be Continued Through
out; Entire Week
Subscriptions to the Y. M. C. A
fund for maintenance the coriiinp
year have! reached close to: the
17,000 mark. The work of se
curing pledges will be continued
next week! until the full amount
necessary is pledged.
In addition to a list formerly
published showing amounts pledg
ed, the following subscriptions
have been S received :
James W. Crawford, ?5; W. D.
Clarke, $5: Percy Cupper, o; J.
J. Evans. $16; Dr. II. C. Kpley.
130; W. W. Emmons, $20; Graber
Bros., 10 : Hartman Bros., $25;
C. F. Hageman $26; Jerome Han
son. $7.50; I R ." (J. Hoffman, $16;
Helen Ingrey, $5; Ralph R. Jones,
$10; R. D.j Kennedy, $5; W. C.
Kantner, $5; Joseph Lebold, $5;
C. Lachele, $5; C. B. Miles. $20;
S. V. Probert, $2; Hurl J. Pear
son, $a; Dora Richter, $2; G. H.
Sander, $16; S. Jacobs, $25; Peo
ple's Furniture Store, $10; George
Thomason.i $5; Kuth Tibblts, $1;
George A. White, $16; W. Wh.le,
$5; H,. F. Wiggins, $5; Walter H.
Zosel $16; T. W. Davies, $10; W.
C. Kiintner.j $5.
itial session here yesterday and
today. Members of the Dokkies
riom Oregon, Idaho, Montana and
British Columbia attended. An
electrical parade and ball brought
the festivities to a close tonight.
Officers elected include: C. L.
BHU. Walla Walla, president; 11
Pi Oliver. La Grande. Or., vice
president; F. D. Reynolds. Seattle,
secretary-treasurer ; M. O. Nord
strom. Butte, sergeant-at-arrns.
The date of the next meeting was
fixed for September 1, 2, li22.
Grain and Hay Men Will
I Profit by Rate Reduction
TO BE DEFENSE
Program of Defense is Out
lined in Trial of Lyda
.SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 22.
Decision of the interstate com
merce commission in reducing
freight rates on hay and grain
products from western states was
characterized by bankers here to
diy as a "certificate of deposit
for $1,750,000 placed to the credit
of Utah and Idaho hay and grain
i Rate reductions authorized by
the commission will save approx
imtaely $1,500 000 in the move
ment of 30.000.0QO bushels of
I'tah and Idaho wheat and at least
$250,000 in the movement of
hay, it was said.
i The first steps in tLe rate re
duction were taken by the I'tah
Idaho Bankers association as a
means of liquidating form and
crop notes hsld by them. They
announced today plans were be
ing formulated for an attack on
agricultural freight rates.
ANNAPOLIS, Oct. 22. Navy
West IVrginia Wesleyan football
game booked for today was can
celled at Wesleyan's request be
cause of the crippled condition
of its team, due to injuries.
Read The Classified Ads.
Silvertori High School
Will Publish Newspaper
SILVERTON, Ore , Oct. 21.
(Special: to The Statesman)
The Siivertbn h:gh school has be
gun the publishing of "The, In
formant". I ! The paper was for
merly published by the student
body but the students for some
reason did hot make a success of
it. It is reported that its success
is assured this year. It will be
published every two weeks.
Seward : Hoblitt is editor and
Maurice Warnock is manager.
The contributing editors are Don
aid HuttottJ Kdgar Wrihtman.
Edna Johnson. Mildred Kene,
Maureen Moores, Cora Satern and
El aabeth Latham. The assistant
business' manager are Ray Mt"
Kee, Leslie; Gooedier and Lowell
Liquor Warrants Are
Served at Great Falls
GREAT i FALLS, Mont., Oct. 2?
Fifty-two bench warrants were
eerved last niRht and today in
Great Falls, each charging viola
tion of the prohibition law In the
selling of liquor or the maintain
ing of a nuisance. AJoout 70 peo
ple were included in the warrftntar
Other informations remain to
be Served and it is expected that
100 persofii may be taken beor
the; arrests 1 close. The names of
from four! io seven witnesses, de
tectives of I the state proniouion
enforcement squads, appear: on
Bond In each case was fixed at
$500 and vas given by all those
arrested except about 10. Among
those taken was a former deputy
sheriff, a I Juror of the present
Jury terms here, a well known
businessman and a number of women.
School Runaways Found
And Plans Are Spoiled
Georgia Marshall and May
Lewis, two inmates of the state
Bchool for the feeble minded, had
rosy dreams yesterday of a
thrilling r de to Portland in a
hired machine, following their es
cape from the state institution.
They realized their desires as
far as the hired car, negotiations
be ng interrupted by Officer W.
W. Birtchett, who escorted two
girls to the police station, from
which place they were leturned
to the school.
Troops to Be Removed
From Columbia River
ASTORIA, Or.. Oct. 22. After
Wednesday of next week the en
tire strength of the troops in the
three forts defending the entrance
of the Columbia will be 26 men
fcnd two officers. The order for
the removal of the other troops
was received yesterday and Ma
jor Wing and his command are
now packing up. preparatory 10
removal to San Francisco.
TWIN FALLS. Idaho. Oct. 22.
Death from natural causes iii
each of the cases entering into
the trial of Lyda Meyer Southard
will be the basis of the defense,
according to the opening state
ment of attorney W. P. Guthnc
to the jury today.
That Edward F. Meyer, with
whose murder she is specificiaii)
charged in the information died
from Illness superinduced by eat
ing impure food, will be shown by
the evidence to be adduced, tht
Gordon Mcllaffie suffered from
a fall from a horse just prior to
his final illness; Harlan C. Lewi.-;,
was the victin of iriuenza, and in
no case did poison of any kind
enter into the cause of death;
these facts would be laid before
the jury in the evidence to be
presented, the attorney asserted,
the statement by the defense
came in the late afternoon just
after the overruling of a motion
by the defense asking for a con
tinuance of 10 days to permit of
the securing of witnesses. The
court then ruled out of evidence
ail the testimony of witnesses
with respect to the circumstances
of the death of Robert C. Dooiey,
the defendant's first husband.
The opening statement, which
had been looked forward to with
interest by the spectators was un
usually brief, and immediately
thereafter recess was taken until
are treated just like us other
Recently Justice McReynolds
started to board the front end of
a street car, and the motorman,
who had opened the 5 front door
merely to talk to I a friend,
"Hey. ithere. you, don't try to
get on this front platform! " Go
back to the rear " 1
The justice calmly obeyed the
order of the higher court, the
motorman muttered something un
der his breath, clanged his bell
viciously; and t he car passed on.
POMI CLUB !
Seattle Basebal Man Will
Give Local Persons A
Chance to Buy in
Read Th Classified Ads.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Oct. 22; W.
11. Klopper. who announced tzV
f - 1 f
ing oWr the Portland etub-ot the
and J R- Rster , fifait,e; t0T
$150.000,. said Portland busing
men will be gven an opportunity
J U interest in the club,,
..kjrh Will DA mauc !-
rii?tS ila flowed; In Seattle.
1 11,1 KleWr was president ot
the Settle club. No manager wn
be chosen tintil after the annual
igde meeting, taid Kjepper. He
p!af." materially to strengthen lh
club. " v :f ' ; ,
rn, a little stiff from bowl-
-Where did you saf jou were
- from?" Albion ColUge rieiaa. .
McComber Savidge Co.
Wins from Big Pines Firm
MEDFORD. Or., Oct. 22. A
jury in the federal court today in
the civil action of the McComber
Savidge Lumber company of San
Francisco against the Big Pines
Lumber company of Medford, re
turned a verdict In favor of the
plaintiff. The suit was for the
collection of $29,227.66 alleged
to be due for non-fulfillment of
Knights of Khorassan ;
Will Meet at La Grande
WALLA jWALLA, Wash. I Oct.
22. La Grande, Or., was today
selected as the next meeting place
of the Pacific Northwest D. Q. K.
K. association which held its in-
Shop With The Thrifty At
s n n 7 n
V II II W X
Salem Alban y Woodbiirn
Never before have the people of Marion and Polk Counties had an opportu
nity to buy nationally known brands of groceries at such low prices. Our dis
play of quality goods is not equaled in the entire Willamette Valley and
our prices, full line considered, are not equalled in the whole state. Read
our ads., see the prices all marked pl ainly in all our stores. The thrifty peo
ple of this community will always be found shopping at one of lour stores that
is why we say shop with the thrifty even if it is not necessary for you to save.
Thrift is a quality no one should overlook.
Here are a few prices. While only a small list compared with our full line, it
gives you an idea of the saving you can make
ROYAL WHITE SOAP
7 large bars
POWDER, large packaje
. 2 for 44c
10c pottle BLUING
4 for 33c
ARGO CORN STARCH
. 3 for 29c
' 1 ' Fresh Crisp
2 lbs. 27c
" 9 lb. Sack
20 lbs. for $1
With two sacks of VIM
1LC. BAKING POWDER
2 oz. Can
2 for 15c
SNOW FLAKE SODAS
4 for 46c
DEL MONTE CATSUP
TEA GARDEN DRIPS
: X Gallon
M - I ,
Yhite or Vellow
- Limit 5 cans
1 j 1? 23c j
OUR NO. 3 BELND
Per lb. 15c
This Quality Coffee is
being sold in most places
MlMM j at 30c v1 -v
Klamath Falls Stockman
Files Suit for $100,000
KLAMATH FALLS, Or.. Oct.
22. Suit for 1 100,000 damages
was filed in the circuit court
here today by J. II. Mitchell, local
cattleman, against D. M. McLe
more, Alameda county. Califor
nia, stockman, the First State &
Savings bank of Klamath Falls
and Marshall Hooper, its vice
president, following difficulties
over ownership of a cattle ranch
in the My district near here.
Yukon Navigation is
Closed for Long Winter
DAWSON, Y. T., Oct. 22
Navigation on the Yukon river is
closed for the winter, and the
first mail stage, drawn by four
horses, left here today for White
Horse. The stages form the only
link between Dawson and the
coast during the long northern
winter. The last boats to ply up
the Yukon, small launches, had
to fight their way through the
slush ice which already fills tha
ALL OUT OF LUCK.
The sad looking young man
walked down the garden path
somber and sorrowful. His sweet
heart watched him with anxious
"How did father take it?" she
"He took it well," came the
"Oh, I'm so glad. George!" she
"Are you!" replied George.
"Well. I can't say that I am, dear
est. At first your father refused
to listen to me."
"But didn't you tell him you
had $500 in the bank?" she ex
claimed. 'I did," came, the dejected an
swer. "And what did he do then?"
"Do?" echoed the young man,
wearily. "Why, he borrowed it!"
became famous as "The Kid" he
had proven that he was no ordin
ary youngster. Coogan, Sr., nev
er tires o' relating an anecdote
which, by the way is at the ex
pense of his better half.
Seems little Jack had done
something wrong and his mother
said: "Jack you have been a
naughty boy. Now go get me a
Some 15 minutes afterwards
the child returned and said with
his most engaging smile:
I couldn't find the ruler, nla.
bat here's a stone you can throw
at me." -
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More men die of idleness than
of hard work.
The smaller the dog the bigger
the bluff he makes.
Too many people perform their
work after the style of a machine.
The unexpected happens occa
sionally, but not as often as the
expected fails to happen.
A bad reputation may be ac
quired in a day, but it usually
takes a lifetime to acquire a good
When into life's mysteries you
The chances are you'll discover
That the little faults you have
Are the big ones you see in
When poverty comes in at the
door of an Eskimo house love
doesn't fly out at the window. An
Eskimo house has no windows.
A great many folks in the
District of Columbia do not know
the judges of the supreme court,
hence these dignitaries sometimes
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TATE of OREGON
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