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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
ADVERTISING 18 NOT only pub linty, but Is a force which stimulates really creates consumption of pro duct. YOIM ADVIftTltlMINT l personal card; and your card la your self. It in a antial that your ad vert, lament be riqht aa that your character, reputation, and appearance be correct. ffOLUM XXXIX, NO. 2:8 CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1907 ESTABLISHED IN 186a MET STARTS Oil I EXTENDED UNION PRINTERS SCHEDULED FOR SPEECHES IN SEVERAL OF THE BIG WEST ERN CITIES. FIRST SPEECH TONIGHT HAVE ADJOURNED AFTER BUSY SESSION OF WEEKS DURATION NEXT YEAR AT BOSTON. DISARMAMENT CAUSED TROUBLE Al Columbus in Which He is Expected to Outline Administration Policy Will Travel 150,000 Miles. Washington, Aug. 18. Secretary of War William H. Taft will tomorrow set forth upon one of the trips, which have been so marked a feature of his political career. According to his plans ho win make a circuit of the globe before returning tb Washington the latter part of November or early in December. Secretary Tuft is to represent the J administration at the opening of the oo October 2C, Speech Making and the Giving of Presents Took Up Greater Part of the Day's , Meeting. Hoi Springs. Ark., Aug. IS. After a week's session lien- the fifty-third an Dual convention of the International Typographical union adjourned yes terday to meet next year In Boston. No other business of Importance was AT HAGUE PEACE CONFERENCE AND GREAT QUESTION IS DODGED. JAPS HATE TOR UNITED STATES RAPIDLY SPREADING BITIN'G CARICATURES BEING PUB LISHED BY PAPERS. CENTER OF TELEGRAPHERS' STRIKE IS NOW NEW YORK ALL NATIONS VIOLATED RAG WAS TRAMPLED Small Will Go There In a Few Days-Men at Keys Warned to Join Strikers-Circular Sent Out Still ARABS BESIEGE GENERAL OfiOOE AND VOW TO EXTERMINATE ALL TH FOREIGNERS IN CASABLANCA. Resolution Passed in 1898 Limiting ' Upcn By Young Japs Elders Did Not Armaments United States Dela rtate Expresses Regret at Little Progress Made. Interfere Distorted Likeness Secretary Taft Exhibited. New York, Aug. IS - The strikers i f tin Commercial Telegraphers' Union begun work la earnest t"ilav t of lout 1h( Toklo, countries satisfied Aug. 18. Aw in Occidental so In Japan, there is a (lis element at work, ever at- i in -. strike breakers who are at work In the main offices of the Wist i ni Union ami Postal companies on i'hi!i.ppiiu ami from turn by ti Si. Pete it songrei the it Trans-Slberl burg, return! a t Ulli Stan bv B he will re ail railway to i from there wav ci Pat l.oml( transacted today, th being devoted to felt I making and speeches. Chairman ('. i Miller of the local arrangement committee was presented with a hun dred dollar gold watch, while the other members of the committee re ceived writable remembrances. What Is regarded as the most i n portanl feature of the entire conven tion was the adoption this morning i f ii resolution appointing and referring i. the subnrdinatt -it ii n to levy an tempting to arouse uatl nal antason 'ism among the foreigner. In Japan Se; tai pin 8 to spe a ! the re for tb The dellve night under trip across !, from whl f war will i will be a the confine! h ' port the ail for the Hesuely one Philip-with at a number of points to deliver :1iok. These speeches will lie of litical character and will mark eal opening of the Taft campaign presidential noininat ion. first of these speeches is to be ed at Coli.iribus. Ohio, Monday He' will speak at that time the auspices of the Buckeye r sixty vein n members Republican club of tie' capital city of Ohio. Tills speech is awaited with ke. n interest in political circles as it is expected to souml the keynote of the Taft campaign. The secretary of war on this occasion is expected to answer the attacks on himself In con nection with tile tariff revision ques- tiOtt, to defend tile position of the ad ministration with respect to the Biownsvillo affair, and appeal to the voters as the representative of the Roosevelt policies. The speech will In a direct reply to the challenge re cently issued by Senator Foraker. After leaving Ohio Secretary Taft is scheduled for speeches in Ke i tUcky, Oklahoma, Missouri, ami at Dmver, Portland and Seattle. He will airive at the last named place in time to sail on bar 10. The trip to Manila will wav of Japan and China in the Philippines win be s retain I rota the Far Fast BALL GAME American League. At St. Louis Louis The Hague, Aug. 1 8. Without caus ing a split up of the pit narv sitting if the peace conference, but on the nth i closing session h i hand with perfect unanimity, a res Itations and gift-iolution proposed bv Sir Kdward Fry Tot the British delegation regarding this antagonism seems to have pet .the limitation of military burdens was j meat ed many classes, variously ran.: adopted today. VVfilre the text of the British proposition contains little f a positive character, it is received with g moral satisfaction hen , since its mild Import was sufficient to pre vent the Latin Ana rican delegations from offering a substitute, which would have undoubtedly caused the German delegates to withdraw froin'tion the sitting. I the As adopted, the British proposition moraly reaJfatrjns Its allegienco to the declaration made in 1899 about the limitation of armaments with the very mild-manm red addition that tl.iy ling from . the street begigi meats rf the public sen Be. The general complaint ct eign sojourner or gjesldeut la general and specilie if lie lie unions the propo issessiliellt to pro for disabled mom s of ag( for not and who SCORES st Boston Batories I .Morgan and U H 0 ?, 1 7 Powell C rider. and Stevenson Second Game. the Manchuria on Soptonj- he ad The hort. will stay The lie made by way af the Trans-Siberian railway ami Furope. It is stated that this route has been adopted ill order that a week or more may bo saved In getting back to Washington. Hut as the secretary travels up through Rbina and then over the battlefields o! Manchuria,, he will bo traversing a region where at the present moment commercial and political problems of the first magnitude are bobig worked out Mr. -Taft will travel unofficially as soon as be has discharged his mis sion in Manila, hut the tour hrougb the Far Fast of a man so high fn the administration will he watched with interest by the competitor! of the I nited States. On bis journey around the world Mr. Taft will be acronipaniod hy his wife, bis sou. and bis secretary. A fourth member of the party will be Montieo Taft. a Filipino, who adopted tla secretary of war as bis father a year or so ago. Apart from the oliticBl "results of his trip. Secntarv Taft will have tahlisbed a record' for a cabinet mln-i.-t "i-'s wanderings. Vary few men of ills position have ever tratcled around the world while in office, and it Is cal culated that when he sees this city again he will have concluded 1M.OO0 miles of Journeying to and fro on the lace of the earth since he became a mi tuber of tin- president's official family. St. Louis Boston . . Batterii! and Shaw. -Pelty and Stevens; It II I 7 1 8 Kr At Detroit Detroit New York Batteries Donovan ami Liest, Doyle and Conner. K H K U Hi 1 . 9 5 Schml.P ; ago At Chic Chicago Washington Batteries Owen, Farland; Tatan ami A it rock Block. it 11 I . 2 5 5 ia and Mr American Association. At Kansas City R II H Kansas City -I 1 ( Louisville i; (j Batteries Swan and Sullivan; Her tram and Hughes. Second Game. Kansas City Louisville K H Fj 1 I 8 1 POWERS WANTS IF A FULL PARDON TAYLOR IS NOT PROTECTED ACCUSED SLAYER OF GOV. GOEBEL TALKS ABOUT IM MUNITY PROMISES. GOV. GLENN SATISFIED North Carolinian to Attend New York Rate Case Hearing May Be Senator. (ieorgetown. Ky.. Aug. 18. The statement published relative to the Ii tter of Commonwealth's Attorney Franklin to Gov. Beckham. In which the prosecutor asks the ebb f execu tive to coociate with him in offering Immunitv- to W S Taylor, if he will icturn to Kentucky to testify in the Cowers case, has caused the famous pfflabnar to give vt an Interview. Powers doubts the wer and ail thority of the governor of the coni motiweath to guarantee protection t Taylar while he Is In Kentucky, and suggests that as a means of affarding the fugitive ,the protection promised Gov. Beckham guarantee to grant him a full nardeii it the promise is violated !b the Kentucky officers. practically none Oi the nations have paid an) herd to the proposition it would be desirable to see the govern mi nts earnestly resume the study of the question. Officially recorded, the Fry resolu tion reads as follows: " Pills conference confirms the reso lution adopted by the conference "f )8!t'.i regarding the limitation of mil itary burdens, and as military bur dens have been considerably augment ed in alniest all countries since 18Ii!). it declares It is highl, desirable to see the governments earnestly resume the study ot this question." Several ul the powers approved the amendments to the laws and customs of laud war With reserve. Tb proposition to prohibit the throwing of explosives from balloons was approved by 20 yeas and 8 votes in the negative. There wore seven abstentious from voting on this prop osition'. Sir Edward Fry announced tint Great Britain adhered to the prohib ition of the use ot asphyxiating gases and expanding bullets. The proposition to prohibit the bombardment Of undefended towns unanimously approved, though Seven delegations made reserves. Aftei the disarmament treaty be tween Argentine and I lull had been rea l the whole conference entbuslas ticgllj applauded Senors Drago and Concha, who were chiefly instrument al In drawing up that treaty. In voicing the approval of the Unites1 States of the British proposi tion as presented by Sir Kdward Fry, Joseph H. Choate, head of the Amer ican delagatlon Submitted a letter, of which the following Is a part: In the course of the negotiations Which preceded this conference, the government of the United States con sidered it Its duty to reserve the right of raising here the important snbect ot the limitation of arm.i incuts. In the hope that It might bring a little nearer the realization of the noble j,ea by which the emperor of Russia was inspired in Ills first summons to the powers. While re gretting that further progress in the direction Indicated by his Imperi i! majesty can not be made at present, we an- bappv to think that there is m intention of abandoning the tack, I and we ask to be allowed to express our sympathy witn me views set forth b the first delegate of Great Britain and to support the proposal he litis just made." depart the fi.i .lapan no Am erican that justice, i difficult to i Main in low courts and that, taxa- is exorbitant. Keu to collect money on ;i postoffic" money order is a matter ol from two to nine months, 'Wo might also new euarautiu,' station i in liimigati'.ig eagny ships. Is it com ships should si ot infectious strani rs of th Ij never do so? Begin Early to Hte U. S Se vera 1 eccu rrci i itgajMrn King er from "yi How journalism" deep roi ted dislike to America why the i largely American Ivablo that American 10 often carry victims diseasi s, while tile countries practieal- elth or a came Broadway. After an all night session the Board of Strategy put men at Wpfk on several plans which the members believed wcuid fnrthet , pic the companies. The lenders ef the strike spent the day la encouraging the men. Every 'effort was made to disprove th.' opti mistic statements Which continue lo '' "" f r mi tie company officials that bcslness was being handled satisfac torily. The lenders declared that they did not expect the companies to weaken inside of a month, and that the strikers must be prepared to hold ' out 90 days. " ' New York will replace Chicago as tl.e strike center next week. Presl 1 denf Small will likely come here and occupy- the headquarters which Dep 'iitv President Perry Thomas litis se i"Tel for him at th" Astor House, i Commissioner of Labor Neill on whom I President floosevelt relies to repre sent the government has returned to I 'A nslilngton, but will hurry here us "This warning win he the wires to till worklnr who can be reached. telegraphers in tin help circulate it." licked ovei telegraphers The union Brutallv Treattr! broker offices will JEWS AND CHRISTIANS WAITING GAME. Chicago. Aug. 18. The telegraphers trlke today had all the aPncmraneaa i ( a Waiting game on both sides. The erlp- companies claim to be in better shape (than en any preceding day, while the Officials ot the union declare that the telegraph companies are hopelessly crippled. The peacemakers were tuak lug no progress In any direction The general strike order Issued Frl day by the union bad apparently no effect in this city either yesterday or today. The Western Union today clatmed that the only effect It had ex erted on the strike was to call out seven men in twenty different states By Moors Frencb Puns Are Tranied on Every Point of Horizon Awaiting Attack. to my own notice. The house situated near tlu i-sippl Bay, unit on iti one dto in June a numb were engaged down upon an children's folly claim: but the the children, n Interfere, Let Japanese fia the result. rwlct i have been Jtaiking and have seeii coolies go thriilgh tin mo tiotm of using the buyout An H ig lisfi friend bed a stmilai xperienee In Nagasaki. I have had a police stroll up ami ask for a cigarette; is a school bore of Mis play ground r of children in juniigng up and merlcal Hug. "Only ' the reader may ex teachers did not si on ilh. r did their elders this be tried with n la America and no'" soon as there is any indication of ar bltratlcn. Wall Street Men Out. The opertiti rs employed in the Wa'l street linn ( .). S. Bache & Co, walked oet tills morning when the linn finally decided not to sign the Schedule granting a minimum way - scale of 3Q. Other firms will sorted oh Monday morning mil brokers who pay small wagci to t'me. The J. S, Bache & Co were paid off aft or they i keys, and their places wet si rlkebreahi rs who had aatictpatPn .of the walk cut. The strikers went to union headquarters, whore they dlscrssed their grievances lie de DS8 the i com operators closed their re talo n bv gathered ill from which they hud complete returns The number may be slightly Increased when every office in the United Slates Is heard from, but both the Postal and Wi stern UntOn declare that the order has not had the slightest effect In In terfering with their work. NO MORE DELAY. St. Paul. Minn.. Aug. 18. "Subject to ilel.iv Is no longer written tieross m ssages addressed to Chicago and Hi w Yor'- ha the St. Paul office of the Postal Telegraph company. "We have direct wires working with both cities," was the statement made this morning, "and can handle the usual amount i bcslness." At the Western Cnlon office, it was eclared that commons continued to improve. would he. a man BS the police are. t sc gentleman dler on the i plained that of "Samurai" rank. ire. do this to a Japan f 1 think not. A pad' hip at Nagasaki com the aomlng American against the firm. They declared that operators employed In the Jinn's branches at. Saratogit. Rochester and Albany walked out. Threatening Notices. Many of toe strike breaking New several who ar CASE OF VIOLENCE. Orleans, f a.. Aug. 18. while of the telegraph operators st Ml at work hav e received In timations that th handled, only oni so fur occurred. I Paris, Aug. 18. Dispatches from Tangier report that the situation throughout Morocco Is still critical , While matters have quieted down 'somewhat, it Is known that should the troops be withdrawn It. would nt once be followed by a general mat; i ere if all christians and Jews. I The hostile natives. Damped on the outskirts of Casablanca, last nl Ut sent a message to General Drmb 'commanding the French forces, d' .manding the Immediate surrender it the town. The message said further that unless the general surrendered at once his troops would be exter minated, the town looted and burned and all Europeans put to death by a great force of Arabs. I General Dnide sent back no reply. aa he considered his position impr g uable, the newly arrived Spanish forces bringing the total number of men up to 8,000. In an Interview General Drud said: "I nm master of till the height:;. Consequently the trlbosmep are un able to approach the town by any route without being detected at a distance f 2,000 yards. I have IS guns already in position, and they command (very point of the horizon. Doc Not Fear Attack. "Should such an unlikely thing happen as the French camp being it lacked on all sides at once, we Would Still have nothing to fear. I do not believe we will have to deal with an other serious attack." That the tribesmen are planning an refu- iy would be roughly I attach is the opinion of many case of violence has ges arriving at Casablanca. They sa the victim being C. the natives tire being called toeetbei war would very likely have a feet on his business. Spurred By Press. The English papers in daily latlou In Japan publish trans from most of the bitter class bad of cirea- ations if Jap- gi ii and sol HUM na of pub papers the the i New York. Aug. 18 Governor Gb-iin of North Carolina, who arrived tn New York today to attend the hear ing of the Bonthern railway rate and rebate oa-e. siiis be is well satisfied with the progress of the case thus far. but will not exercise an opintou of the proceeding in this city. He declined to dirtrusK the report that he is tn he a candidate for th t niti-,1 satt 'Hiale from North Carolina, thouxh dispatches from Ra Mgh state that his attitude towar I the prohibition quoFtiuu bar caused Mr name to be mention--1 ffw that Office J (Wiv (ilenn wnt the afternoon id I consultation with Si akei Justice, of I the UoarKla house "f repp-wntatlvc-. an4 rrthers conoernrd in the rate and rebate case M. Doiitxeols, head of the French delegation, expressed the sympathy of Franca with the British resolution, and M. Nolidoff. president, read n statement from the Spanish drlega Hon t( the same effec t. nnese papers There articles orally of an incense. 1 nature, doni ot a restrained or very i ture. Then, again, the sense kleatiOUa In the illustrated amy often be easily gained from plcturc.s and the desire to make burden of their insulting sentiments quite evident is aeea in such a paper as the Toklo Puck. In this publication the text accom panying these pictures which are eal culated to arouse international HI feeling is provided with Knglish translations in order to make sure that the moaning of the vernacular is not lost on those for whom the pic tures are intended. A Statute of the arrival of General Kuropatkin in Japan some years ago was placed beside a distorted likeness of Mr. Talt. who is expected this fu'l. The explanation ran: "After the i. it of General Kuropatkln we had the Russian War; after the arrival of MK Taft We will have the " Another example: "Young Japan" In ill fitting European clothes, crasping Uncla Sam by the bear saying: ' Sa . old man. you need shave! " EXCITEMENT IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT AM 00 Massachutetts Three Dead and Two Fatally Murt as Result of Collision With Train. Great Harrington. Mass. Aue IS. An automobile containing five per CVER INVASION OF VENEZUELAN TERRITORY BY FRONTIERS MEN QUANTITY OF INSULA TION PRODUCTS SEIZED. FRATERNAL ORDERS opi r ntors were served today with a "sum mons." commanding them to appear for trial at the Manhattan Lyceum to morrow unless they wished to be found guilty of treason. Attached to the "summons" was an offer of for aiveneas. The formal looking docu incut began "Do you realize that you have b ten charged 'n the court of human nature with the highest form of crime known to mankind treason u crime against humanity?" "if you are pronounced guilty do you know what the penalty will be?" Ostracised Them. "It Is becau se the history of .the world In all days and among all races of people, barbarians ami civilised, MPS with unanimous voice of 1Mb der: "Ye who are so ostracise. I. shunned and hated bv every man, woman and child your relatival, brother, sister, other and your other. Ye. Indeed, shali suffer the tortures of the se verest punishment known on earth. "It is because we do not want to pass this terrible sentence ppon on without trial that we hand ou this notice You are hereby summoned to appear at .Manhattan Lyceum on m belore August M to answer the i harge made against you If you ap p ar we shall listen with can- and sympathetic consideration to wnir de f nse. If you do not appear you shall be adjudged guilty by default." Another move of the Hoard of Strategy was directed against union men who have remained at work for b ar of being put on the blacklist of the telegraph companies. "Frlghtlul a the com pan s black '1st may '-e ii im day to night when 'outpaced with the blacklist of man kind." was the ;i Me lioard pi t it W, Summer: the Western office, wiio CbBi-lc a ltd night. He made a charg Fred Bailor, who spent the night In jail and will he vigorously prosecuted hy the company. NO SERIOUS INCONVENIENCE. New York, AUg. IS. Tin' Western I nlon ami the Postal Telegraph com panies reiterated tonight that they were doing business without nitons inconvenience. The strikers, for their part, still Insisted that the situation was Satisfactory, The press ami other leased Wire service, they do lare. are fast reaching a normal basis. HELLO GIRLS QUIT. Athens. Ohio. Aug. l!i. The entire force of Operators of the local Home Telephone eoinpati walked out yes terday. Linemen and bookkeepers were p res sod into service to relieve the congestion The girls hail do manded higher wag -s. The manage meat clalua it win have all places lilted iii a lew days in spite of the scarcity or help and will not take back any of the strikers. OPERATOR AGED TEN. Celin.i. lex.. Aug. 18. Guy C Clark the telegraph operator and assistant station agent of the Frisco railroad. at this place. Is only o ears old. Ho 1 1 ei elves a salary of t per month from the road and is on the list of n-giilai employes Ce'lna has a qs: lutein of alKiut 1,000 people and eon siuerahle business Is handled at this station The hoy operator and agent l rformi the duties of his iiosltlon with the correctness anil faithfulness el a man. He handles train orders, yells tli kt. cheeks baggage, hook up SlgesaM bills, assists In making out the monthly reort of the sta'lon and does other things that the (tositlon requires tanl manager of for a desperate attack on the igrejnetl Union's Cotton exchange and Spanish it thej are beaten they was assauKfed on St. will give up the struggle. Canal at 11 ll'rilll lllli aBJjaWl n lull refugees from the Kahvle a charge against etimp have come In to Casablanca in a state i f extreme wretcaedaeea, They report horrible crucltler prac ticed upon Jewish and other residents ot Casablanca who were carried away. The w omen prisoners have is eo outraged, and wealth) Moorish mr cheats sold tot he highest bidders and held for ransom. i The refugees report that trtb- smcn from the interior are hurrying to Casablanca to Join in the attack o'l the city. The news has caused con siderable Blurm, but General Drude is poaitlvi In can hold his position. Short of Ammunition. That the natives cannot keep up g prolonged tight on account of the shortage of ammunition Is the gener al belief. The condition ol the Brit ish colony is pitiful. Their residences outside the walls of the city were d stroyed by the French shell tire and were looted and burned by the Arabs. A moderate estimate of the losses Is 11,000.000. The Arabs looted the bouses. Then runic the survlnving Jews and after that same the worst elements of the Spanish imputation. Finally the French Foreign Legion took all that was It ft. The latter, however, have since been compelled lo disgorge the greater iart of their sagfla, Th streets are crowded with Span ish soldiers in striped cotton tint tonus. Officers crowd tin- enfe, coffee Moors many of them In brilliant uniforms sipping liquors ail from Ska. count r guilt ymtrxybmg blood ar miug in to the French amp to trade with the soldiers, tbelr niub-s laden slth grapes Bnd. rrge-tald- s Fih d i scarce a el very biga In price. Will Prevent Members in Arrers Fro Wearing Badges State Law to Be Enforced. Georgi own. Brirish Gulena. Mm !' exc iteent has ta-eti Aug 17 au- '. sons, collided with the New York and , """ ,,v "'" invasion or Venezuelan Pitt-held Kxpress train at Ashley j Serrttoi by Capt. fabler in comma -id Falls crossing n-r here today Three ' "f a snull frontier force from British of He- o'-rupMts of the antoWoMIe jCuicna and the seizing of a quantitv killed and two fatally Injured I" '-aia.ia. n gilni or rne umiet tre.;.. - j used for in"iilating w ir. which ft i alleged hal ti-n et-tlvatedou British territory The Vi-neru lan conimi- Spokaue. Wash ,ig 18 There g a movement on foot among officers . ot secret, iraiernai ana social orgs'! jizations in various parts of Wanhing i ton tn enferce a stature adopted by I the last legislature which provble tei nal i gaali i -or in any aar i laiw-l re , -.. a misde subject to nm-s of net i.i a jail sentence of to that membo tions. in ar way not In tllg tin illlt. decoration. . meaner and ! than $;' PEACE WILL REIGN Taft. the ences Wasbtni Peacemaker, Settles Difte Between Central Ameri can Governments. It 1 understood the arrangement provides for the final settlement of the claims of Colombia iion I'anami In connection with the assumption by the latter party of the national ' t of the lan-nt state and for the re steration of eomnierrial relations be . ij t olonilila aad Panama. ot t,nh A Gentleman. Always speak to a horse Would o a gentleman. aa yoa I.i framed for the protecHon of mem hers a ft he Grand Army of the R inhlic and the Stianish War Veter Uioner has made protest to the British' ante hut was extended to Inclnde all jcensal and President Castro j orders. ton. April IS.- tWreta v Taft yesterday rnclude. an arrange iunt with r ('- at.itt, - of He- g rnment." "t th-- I ' r; it a States c. lomhia atel Panama for tb- settl" m'-nt o Rate kaSMa between tbee eouiitri. and th- I nit-,i Stat- - grw ing on' of the Kcparatkffi of I'anami The law was original- j ind Colomt'i i n- 'h -uie, le canal rone Sereta: Taft ha u.i dertaken ths- ri-goiiat!on at the r quest of Secretary Root hncatus of his familia: 'tx ith lh tolled SISTER OF YOUNCERS SULTAN HAMPERED. Tangier Aug H Th. members C. the dlplomatli cora at Fei are of th.- opinion that the Kultain la aP to ia his ileire to proent an ex tension of the troubles, hut that tbcri" I a divudon of ies among his advisers The consulates at 2 an guar. !! by troops, teat say at tempt on the part of Boront-ans to !. .1 the O'l wield he the M'.ltl 'or a masMi',1' Another detachment ef native troo hah Wf n ordeit l fiom ra. lier for Moreeco by the ftrrt Dies at Kansas C t From Injwrtc Received in a Street Car Ac- Kansa CH Aug IS.- Mrs bnm l ach. ter f.f de Jim and Bo'i Vfiunge- iorire r n-ri,r- ol t. fa Janes hot' band died bere to- frnm iaturtes imiini fte acodeat lait FIELD ASlTILLttSY. Oibmltar. Aug IS. -The French Torpe.lo Boat Ife-stroyrr arrived mrre ro.a from Casablanca When afte dV parted from tbere the rn-m-h fato lnrt Rkanimrk was landing sosse grid artilhry at Casablanca. TRIBESMEN OISAGRCE Taaali i a, Aeg IS. TrwMwnrtl oat Tssrd Page