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VOLUME 5—NUMBER 43.
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THERE IS FEAR OF A TERRIBLE
GENERAL OUTBREAK AND
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Complaints Are Now Coming That
France Acted Rashly in Bombard
ing the Town So Quickly, and
Throwed the Place Open to All the
Terrors
Barbarous Looting,
Rapine and Pillage.^
Tangier, August 9.—The horrors
of the looting of Casa Blanca by na
tive tribesmen are becoming known,
and their Tecital is influencing the
minds of the natives against all Eu
ropeans. The situation in the vari
ous coast towns is worse. The na
tives are excited. A holy war is be
ing preached at Rabat. The anti
foreign sentiment is growing as the
result of activities of fanatical agi
tation. There is fear of a general
ountbreak. A number of European
families are preparing to flee from
Tangier. The Angera tribesmen in
the immediate vicinity of Tangier are
restless. The Moorish- authorities
have practically no control of the
filtration. ,Jk._
There are many complaints among
I the Europeans that the French'acted
ill advisedly at-Casa Blanca in bom
barding that town .before protection
could be arranger for Jews and Eu
ropeans there and elsewhere on the
coast and in th einterionT(„
The news from Casa Blaiica, while
conflicting as to the situation there
yesterday, unites in showing that the
bombardment was continued longer
I than was first supposed, and that the
lack of an adequate French force to
afford protection resulted iiv an op
portunity for barbarous looting, ra
pine and pillage, with all their ac
companiments of murder and horror.
The first French landing parties
coul dnot control the situation. The
Moorish authority vanished with the
first French gunshot and lawlessness
reigned'.
fWilt is now reported, however, that
between 2,OtfO and 3,000 ^French and
Spanish marines and bluejackets are
ashore at Casa Blanca, and that or
der hast been restored.
The Europeans there are all safe
The loss of life among the Moors re
suiting from the bombardment ap
pears to be ^greater tha nwas indi-
cated. A
Europeans Leave Mountain Dwellings
The Angera tribesmen were firing
two miles from Tangier at 11:30
o'clock last night, European resi
dents, including British Minister
Gerald A. Lowther and his family,
'have-'left their mountain dwellings
.and returned to the town.
No
further details have been re­
ceived here as yet of the bambard
inent of Mazagan.
i'It Is reported from Mogador that
^laelaoln, ,'the fanatical priest to:
marching on Mogador at the head of
800 exiled followers. The greatest
anxiety, prevaila here regarding the
situation in yariouscoast towni
The native troops are regarded as
nnreliable. an^ if a general outbreak
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WILLIAMS WINS THE
PRIMARY CONTEST
Jackson, Miss., Aug-. 9.—The de
mocratic state- executive committee
met at n&>n yesterday and declared
Congressman John Sharp Williams
as the party nominee for the United
States Senate. The canvass of the
returns showed a majority of 648
votes for Williams, the totals .being
as follows:
Williams 59,496: Vardaman 58,
843.
There will be no,, contest over the
result:"J|
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TIONAL ASSOCIATION BE­
GINS TODAY.
This is the First Meeting Since the
One in St. Paul in 1905, and Will
FOURTH SESSION OF THEIR ft Entire floor of one of the principal
Be Largely Attended—Some Im­
portant Papers Will Be Read.
o-'-'-?---- BBSs,
Helena, Jifont., August 9.—-The
fourth session of the National
.is ^a .recognized authority on
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PROMINENT MONTE CARLO PEO­
PLE HELD AS MURDERERS
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4,SSD-
'•ejfation^of Fis hand Game Wardens
will convene today at Mammoth Hot
Springs, Yellowstone National Park,
and will remain in session until Sun
day, when the trip through the park
will begin. The association has held
no meeting since the one In St. Paul
in 1905, nad the present session Is
expected to be largely attended. A
number of important papers will be
read, including one by T. S. Palmer
of the bureau of biological survey,
who
game.
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Mr. and Mrs. Gold in Paris Wore Sir
•vVere and Lady Gold at Monte
Carlo, Where They Were Rc^uried
as Wealthy and Sespeetvhle.
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Monte -Carlo, August 9.—The find
lng of the dismembered body of a
woman at Marseilles on AuguBt 6 in
the baggage of two travelers, who
were firs^ referred to as Mr. and Mrs.
Gold, but who had been Identified aa
the persons who were known here aa
Sir Vera and Lady Gold* lias created
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HAS SPENT THKEE MILLION DOL
LABS FOB JEWELS
AND PLATE.
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While in Berlin He Occupied the En­
tire Floor of One of the Principal
Hotels, and There Met the Mer
chants Who Sold Him Jewels and
Rich Metal Work.'
Berlin, August 9.—King Ckula
longkorn I. will leave Berlin today
for Cassel, where he will be the guest
of the German emperor and empress.
Stories of the extravagance of the
Siamese king continue to excite and
amuse Berlin. It is considered cer
tain that he has'bought $3,000,0Q0
worth of diamonds adn gold and sll
»\verware. Two gold iservices among
.?Wthe' collections cost $800,000 each.
?L\ The king is occupying nearly the
oiotels, several apartments of which
J» ave been given up to the exhibition
r*\ jewels and precious metal work,
?Hich were brought from London,
j-'lrls and elsewhere by dealers ex
iting to sell most of the wares, and
were rewarded for their enter
as the king took aboc.t half of
that was ottered to him.
The king has shown unusual inter
est in dispatches In the newspapers
referring to the dellmination of the
frontier of Slam and Cambodia and
received with extreme consideration
newspaper representative^ ^who
brought him intelligence ,on^the sub*
jec't and who arranged for a news
service trpm the Siamese capital, dur
ing his'sojourn in Germany.
YESTERDAY HE WON TWO RACES
AND GOT THIRD MONEY IN
ANOTHER
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Ardell, Geers Up, Won 2 :05 Pace in
2:05Vi Wilkes Heart Won 2:12
Trot in 2:09% and Byron Kay,
Geers Ufi,,Wo^%lJl48.1*§«
2:08%.
Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 9.—Ed Geers
won two'races and got third money
in anotiier race at Kenilworth Park
of the day's card was the 2:05 pace
valued at 11,000. Blacklock did not
start and Geers Ardelle went to the
wire the hot favorite. 8he rewarded
her owners by winning in straight
heats. The best time was made -in
the lapt j^eat, when Cox, driving
Nervola, forced Ardelle to pace the
mile in 2 05%
Wilkes Heart, who" sold in the
early pools at $25, won the 2:12 trot,
taking the race in straight heats.
Berlco,the favorite, fcot second,money
The best time was 2 «»%.
Byron Kay, driven by Geenr won
the 2:18 pace'rather easily, although
Goers had to drive his .horse 'out in
stall-
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ABERDEEN, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1907.
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INTERNATIONAL CO!
ST. PAUL ADJOURNS AFTER
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Was Voted Not to:
Present Insurance Rates After a
Very Close BaUot-^A Iavely
Scrimmage Ensued in CSioosiiig the
Next City to Hold Meeting.
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St. Paul, Minn., Augqft 9.—After
voting not to make an^^change'in
the insurance rates of t&^order, se-
Montreal as:
lecting meeting
place for the 1909 'iwn^phtion, and
(Btef national
electing^officers, the
convention of the Cat
Foresters completed Its
last night and adjourne
The principal questic
been before the convent
three days' session waa
the committee appoint
convention to consider)
ity of readjusting
rates. This copnmittee
There was a 1 ivetf' Softest for the
honor of entertaining.the convention
two years hence, Montreal. Canton,
Ohio, Seattle and Milwaukee, being
candidates. Montreal was selected.
The election of officers resulted as
follows High chief ranger, Thomas
H. Cannon of Chicago high vice
chief ranger, F. X. Biladeao, Mon
treal high treasurer, Joh&-A. Lim
back, Cedar Rapids, Iowa high sec
retary, Thomas F. McDonald, Chica
go a am in
Smyth, Chicago. Trustees, Simeon
Viger, Lawrence, ,M&SB. John F.
Dougherty, La Crosse, Wis, Thomas
P. Flynn, Chicago Michael J. Her
bert, Chicago Julius A. Collar,
kopee, Minn. John E. Stephan, Chi
cago James B. McGinley, ^Chicago
Louis F. Nlehoif, Chicago.St£'
BRAJEEMAN WAS PINNED UNDER
^ENGINE AND THE 0PERA
TION WAS IMPERATIVE
if
Showed Great Nerve All Through
the Opntia W q«tod S«.
gestions to the Surgeon Who Per-
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N. Y., Aug.
locomotive,
on th
W&M
Tw.'Ti
7As
Order ^pi
kesslate
^ne die.
Whlch has
during its
report of
the last
advisabil
itieurance
reported
in favor of adopting rates based upon
the national fraternal niongress ta
bles When a vote was taken the
proposition to adopt the report of the
feommtttee received 112-^affirmative
tes to 110 negatl?e. .^Phte was not
"«rinBtitutlonal two^thlrds vote
necessary in favcr of th^ motion, and
It wis declared to be lMt. Then a
proposal to adopt a rat* 5 per cen$
lower than that recojon^d?tt by the
committee- was voted down, as also'
were propositions to, 'JIoj:ease 'the
present rates 26 and 8.l^e'r c^at,
TAST'iN 'rO PRISON SIM­
PLY TO CONFRONT BARON
^XARl HAU.
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Baton Hau Has Been
Connection With the Molitor Mur
dcr, and the Confrontation Was
Done by the Officials, Who Will
Not Give the Results^
Mannheim, Germany, Ai|gu«t
There Is no truth in thejreport that
Olga Molitor, for the^murder of
whose mother Karl Hau was recently
sentenced to death at Karlsruhe, hM
been arrested. The. report that she
bad been taken into custody arouse
from the fact that she came to the
prison last evening to be confronted
with Baron itarl Liadenau, who waft
arrested "Wednesday in connection
with the Molitor jnurder.T 'The con
frontation was of short iteration ahd
took place in tho presence ot the of
ficials. After it Olga Molitor left the
prison. TJfe 'authorities 'decline to
give any information about whttf
tbSk place at th« meeting, hor wlU
they say anytlU$| about Olga's pres*
nat whereabouts
HEAD-ON
TON, OA., AltD COLLISION AT
PARK RIVER, MINN.
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!Die Wreck in Ckorg^a Was I)ue to
Negligence in Reading Orders, Ac­
cording to Fireman, Who Escaped.
Gravel Cam Caused Wreck ia
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Xtalton, Ga.,, August 9.—Four per
sons are dead and three seriously in
jured as the result of .a head-on col
lision between a southbound loc»l
freight and an extra freight train on
the Westef,^ Atla.ntic railroad, one
mile north' of this place,1 yesterday
jttternoon^T ''M
.The dead are Engineer 3, '11, Hag
gle of the southbound train,'Tunnel
Hill, Ga. Fireman Joh«j Roach, Dal
ton, Ga. C. F. Col6eit,%rakeman,
Dalton. f.jjf.
The iiajureil' ife if**
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WESTERN
TRIK
Milwaukee, Wis., August Si
men were killed and one was slightly
injured and. tiro Qiher^ narrowly
caped death or lnjqrirln the,colia|se
ot a storage shed at the plant of the
Internatioitai' Hanestelf company
yesterday., The ir« Frank
Klelnfchmldt, ^alstant foreman- of
carpeniers/ aud F. Lessard, carp«n
tifif: Toe injured man T)l WUllam
Jfo&ied tlif
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engineer of the northbonnd train, se
riously Dilbeck, Brakeman, Daltoft
Copper, brakeman.
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•Fireman Suddeth of thb extra
train, who escaped by jumping,' aaid
that the colUsipn was caused by iha
failure
orderi
Forks, N. D., Angna
Three men were, killed last night,
when, a Great Northern worlr train
crashed Into a string of grayet .can
six miles north of Park River, f.
Thedead are Henry Gearh%rt
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SEVEN HUNDRED MEN OF
ilATED UNIONSCAU
YESTERDAY
A Strike Wa^ Deoided On Last Sat
urday ButNo Effort WasMade to
^W^hingtonj
Tj»e\ long tltnatabwl.tlet^ of, the
bvU^ii^ iRdustriW of iWaship'gtoih
rc^ched'" C-'Crlsf
^rnittf,
^fli«r^|i|^on 'VofJ^ealmiplojye
many^buildiziis *^^der constrikctioii
affiliated with the empl6^ets' ^associa
tion, were ordered/, ou^ T^o strike
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It ,1s estimated by. t^e )abor tiniod
leaders' that front §00' to 7QQ mtln
'will not report' for Work thtt morh
ing. Officials olS&k employers' as
sociation Btated last jttigl%that they
would have no diknii% ln^filllng the
strikers' Dlaces.
strikers'places
ORDEREIK TO RESUME
fiocky Mountain Bell Telepho&e Co.
Must Gi*e Service or Loee
Franchise
^feelefl^iijojat., August
Bach, in the district court yesterday*
Issued a writ of mandamus compell
ing the Rocky Mountain Bell Tele
phone company, whose operators are
66 strike,, to resume its serrice. (igw
declared that the company owed the
d)»ty to the public and that the ser
vice mvfet be resumed ^r its
SINE GERM#
Koiiigsberg
b,»t aeddent the rtver
yesterday resulted la the drowning
bf nine jnen,
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was formally decided upon laat Sat-jsions^un drequested men to go lnW
urdayftts^.f«onferenceoftherepr6^
aent^tives ot seventeen international
abd niLtiotfai^uildlng trades unions,
but no effort was made to put the
strike order into effect until lxcal
No. 1, Bricklayers' and StqneniasonB'
union,'Wednesday decided to join lb
the fights against the, "-open, ahogt"
policy of the 4mpipyei&' iwociatlbn.
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Augi st ^-^-The
l(raph?operaton employed "by
Western -Union in'Chicago Went on
strige last midnight. The tiro^jMf|l,
was preolpltated by tho Los
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a,
ft Bowri of ih« OM^MC-4 jki
4 ,Wbm hrt
days ago. Last night the Ibcal
utiV^ .board of the Commercial Tila
g^apheviv,union met and passei|'MSo«M^
}titiouf reque6tibj| the men to r*fus«-t'
to work wtn t?je^ou-«uion owjra^oraf
en!iployedrin Los Angeles. W&en the V,v
meri-,#eri notified of this 8tgp all tSw''' ~s
oiwrtetortk employed an the orerla|4t
dlyisiop pf the local office Tret«W4,So^
iwo^ahir longer with
on tho other end
wjib rbiuMdjh^ork tp.JaaTgjthe at? ^'1
'iS^m A/A?"
-He,.|then went into tha other divl-4' "V,
&e overland division. In every case
le was vmet wi^h a refusal, until 70^
men jha^been sent home. The grler-vi
ance coiiimittee o^ the Union called^
upon Price,and n9t|fied him that ua- *j
midnight every union jn£n in the of'^ £fr"
flee would W, calw|J?wt This"do-r",^.
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rwaB'«ft»wd,
ator employe^din theaialn ottce with,'
the eiw^lon-ot^ wire^jtnd loop' •,
chiefs. Including Night Jhief Priea
ahji hutwo asaistantBi^t "their keys
and, with a round of cheers, filed out
of 4 o^^m^ployed by/fi,
#e. compiuily a£. t|i?, v^dus morning'
newspapei^:|ia4' beea^notifled.
flilll- worlr^ "if#
QUK wor^. -Vi*?, -f, /v.-,
Th a
innilwlmc to the usibiL would -M»
i, *c.
£#i
the 11c
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-llraad as
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-iS^JslJe^the
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