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PORTLAND," OREGON, .THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 8, 1907. SIXTEEN PAGES.
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,UCAXljd, iIV CI. Is
Collision Occurred at the Mouth of the
; : Will a mette Ri ver This M or ning On
: SteamerV First Trip In Place of the
Ill-fated Columbia Ran Into Alliance
Which Was Hard Aground, - -:; ; ::
' Coming up ths f Iw this morning on
hsr first vovu from Ban Franclsoo
In pises of ths lost steamship Columbia,
to Harrimsn liner City, of Panama ran
into ths Coos Bay liner Alliance and
nearly split ths sntlrs atee part of ths
Vessel In twain. Ths Alliance, strut
as it may seem, waa -hard aground on
Coon, or Nigger Tom. island at ths tints,
having been driven there by a strong
- Another still stranger feature In con
neetlon with ths accident waa ths fact
that ths North Paclflo llnsr Gso. W.
Elder, which picked op ths survivors
' of ths Columbia, waa In ths immediate
vlolnlty and -also grased ths beach with
- her bow In passing doss to to Alliance.
Ths Eider, however, escaped Without
scratch, although la trying to keep clear
of ths Alliance arts stovs la A small
portion of -ths - ho -sew ths - Port of
Portland dredge. Portland, lying, at
anchor la ths middle of ths shannsL
The collision occurred at ths month of
the Willamette, a couple of hundred feet
this eld of the llghtnouaa at the con-
flusnos of tha two rivers.
v Teasels Travel Together.-
Ths Alliance. Geo. W. Elder and City
of Panunia reached Astoria yesterday
and left up about the same time, all
bound for this city. The City of Pana
ma was In ths lead until late In. the,
' afternoon, when ths Alliance passed her
at Hatcheldor island. At IS o'clock last
night the A 11 Is nee- reaches' the mouth
of ths Willamette and , In making the
turn got caught In a strong cross
current setting in towsrds the east bank.
Pilot Turner says he did everything to
keep her off, but she failed to answer
the helm and before headway could be
checked the craft waa hard a around.
with her nose almost touching ths
ar.iesv bank of the Island.
The Geo. W. Elder cams up shortly
after and In trying to paaa between the
dredge ana shore bumped up against
the dredge with tha result that some
damage waa done to the craft at anchor.
. Pilot. Al Jtotta was on ths Elder's bridge
and he decided to drop anchor over
fllS1. w 111 I. ,n.v, in. . . .11. 11..
with Pilot W. & Snow on ths bridge
came along. TMsooverlng the predica
ment or the Alliance, pilot enow did not
attempt to complete ths run, but Instead
Oil Trust Begins Fight for
Life Rebating Roads
to Be Indicted.
Chicago. Aug. (.standard - Oil at
torneys, whs havs been working night
and day sines ths trust waa lined $2,.
tit, ess by Judge Landis last week for
accepting rebates from ths Chics go tk
Alton railroad, tiled formal notice this
morning of sppeal from tha court's de
cision snd the fight of ths monopoly will
anon he centered Is the United H tales
circuit court of appeals', tthould ths
Standard loss at tins Juncture the su-
Creme court of ths United States Is ths
It Is stated that ths circuit court of
appeals will not wasts tints In handing
down a derlaloe) when the csss finally
reaches there, and It la believed that
within comparatively few months the
final decision will have been mads on
Judge Landis decision should the case
be crowded to the highest tribunal In
The appeal is Kasea mainiy upon ins
grounds that the fine saseesed la exotbt
tsnt, without tha bnundsof reason and
wholly unjust Wed by ths evidence rn
duced during ths hearing. Besides this
It la argued that the court waa biased
snd the ruling prejudiced, and there are
eiher minor points snd errors brought
forward aa grounds fur ths appeal for
S pew bearing.
While standard attorneys ars strttrt
gllm? t ward off the penalty prescribed
by Judge Lsmlls, government experts
ars bur drawing up indictments against
the mtirnads alleged to hava granted
rehs'ea and concessions to the nil trust.
wvelonments sre sxpecten wnnin a
dropped anchor In ths vicinity of ths
onortiy srter daylight this morning
the Elder and City of Panama weighed
anchors snd mads a new start, there
being about BOO feet of water between
the dredge snd ths sbors to the east.
Ths Elder got through sllrlgrat. but ths
City of Panama was caught in ths cur
rent, dragged in ths same course ss the
Alliance and brought up against her
stern with full force. Ths engines had
been reversed, but somehow thev felled
to stop her In ths 80 to 100 feet before
her when ths collision appeared un
avoidable. . Issuing Cling; Together.
Ths river steamer Diamond O had
been pulling ths Alliance all night to
get her into deep water and was along.
side when ths collision occurred. The
ranema a Dow stuck In ths gash and tt
took ths combined power of the tug
Diamond O and George K. Wontwortb,
which happened along, to separata the
craft. According to the log of the City
of Panama, the collision.-occurred -at
4:10 a. m and ths boats separated at
:!, T- minutes- later. Even after
the collision ths tugs tried to get the
Alliance off the beach, but In vain. 6 he
has about 190 passengers on board who
will be brought to Portland this after
noon on ths stsamsr Undlns front Van
Ths City of Panama arrived at Alns
worth dock at T:10 o'clock this morning
snd bears marks of her encounter with
ths smaller craTt. Only ths fact that
ths Alliance Is a wooden hull saved ths
City of Panama from having. hsr bow
doubled up, because ths Impact must
havs been pretty hard, sinoe ths ons
boat was hard aground and ths other
cams on with ' sufficient fores to cut
six feet through strongly rssnforcsd
Captain Nelson of ths Panama re
ported to Inspector Puller that he had
cut Into ths Alliance, placing the blame
on ths cross current. Ths matter will
not be taken up for official action until
ths return of Inspector Edwards, who
Is taking a- rest at Yaqulna bay. Or
ths. matter may not be Investigated,
should It appear clearly that ths col
lision wss unavoidable.
Ths Alliance la In command of Can.
tain R Olson. Ths vessel waa In charge
of Pilot Turner, however, who says that
ns never experienced sucn a oecullar
cross current before In ths river during
his many years of service ss pilot." He
does not blame anyons or anything but
ths peculiar ousrent which B roved most
Pilot, Smsv Valmsky.
Pilot Snow who had eharaa of tha
City of Ianama was on ths George W.
r.ider when ths latter ran on the rock
and sank near Oobls soms years ago,
and hs eras also on ths biidgo of ths Co
lumbia when ehe collided with ths steam
schooner Despatch at tha mouth of ths
Willamette a little over s year ago. Hs
Is considered a good snd careful navi
gator, howsver. Another peculiar coin
cidence In connection with the collision
was ths fact that Peeond Officer A rerun
of the lost Columbia was on ths bridge
this morning in tns sams oniciai ca
Racily en ths City of Panama. Captain,
felson. too, waa on ths brldgs at ths
time, and the navigation of ths craft
waa antlrely In the handa of Pilot Snow,
so no blame could be attached to either
of ths officers, nor could any blamo at
all ba sttached to any one.
Ths ueorgs w. Kider reached her dock
VIN COLLISION AT MOUTH OF WILLAMETTE RIVER.
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AOVB 13 PICTURE OF STEAMER CITT OF PANAMA. THE BOAT
SHOWN BELOW JS THJ5 ALLIANCE;' .WHICH WAS RAMMED
THIS TbRNINO BT THE PANAMA; V
POWERFUL FLEET TO BE
MUflOBILIZED ON PACIFIC
(Continued sa Psgs Two.)
Asiatic Squadron Ordered to California Coast Under Com
mand of Rear-Admiral Dayton, Who Leaves Manila "
Soon With Four Heavily Armed Cruisers. ; ;
(Josraal Iptelal SerrVe.) "
'' Washington, IX sc. Aug. From
authontio sources It Is learned that ths
administration has under way well de
fined plans for ths mobilisation In- the
Paclflo of a powerful cruiser flst, ar
rangements . for. which., will begin : at
ones. . ' ". '-, ;, . .. '.-., ''."
Orders havs been Issusd for1 almost
ths entire cruiser . strength ' of ths
Aslatlo aquadron to bs brought across
ths Pacific to ths American coast where
It will be stationed at various vantage
points. This new fleet will bs In com
mand of Rear Admiral Dayton who has
been ordered to leave Manila soon with
four of his heavy armed cruisers.
Navy officers ssy ths meblllxatlon on
the-Paclflo coast of a heavily armed
fleet Is for no other purpose than de
fending the western ooaat In the event
Japan resents ths movements of Ad
miral Evans fleet. With ths mobilis
ation of Dayton's fleet It is sxpected
to prevent ths possible sailing of th
anemv across tha Pacific.
At no time will Admiral Evans bo
too far from- ths Atlantic to dash back
Mikado Stubbornly Refuses to Heed Offers of United
States to Submit Basis for Treaty Mux of
U Japs Increases -Twenty-Five fer Cent. . ' i
very short time and, with ths convening
try on August 14,
that more than one
will do Its utmost to at
of ' at federal gra
There is no little uneasiness smons
railroad officials and, while nothing Is
lng said. It la pislnly apparent that
' dlw lnsurea which will he mart before
th3 federal inquisitorial body this
rn-fh will lead W soms notable indict
Uesraal serial ftsrvltsj .
Washington, ug. I. Again 4 , dead
lock has been rsached In ths negotla
tlona between ths United States . and
Japan over exclusion.- Ths stats de
partment seised on Japan's latest stsp la
ths benevolent ' aeslmllaUon of Korea,
ss a favArits tiras to advance ths exclu
sion negotiations and mads an offer to
Japan of thres things In consideration
of the exclusion of Jspaness laborers,
Kirnt Relinquishment of emtsrrlto
rlsllty In Korea.
Hecnnd 4'onsehtlng to a " Japanese
Knrean customs union.,
Third Nstursllaatlon for Japaneae in
the United gtatea.
Japan declined ths proposal and
stated somewhat curtly that publla sen
timent In Japan waa unfavorabls to fur
ther consideration of treaty proposals
at thla time.
President Roosevelt Is much snnnved
St this hur to poirntlHtlnns, especlnlly
aa he prom1sd t'sllfomla relief from
Japaaess UnmlfraUoa and Instead St ths
Influx being smaller, Itls slmost tl
per oent .greater than before March 14,
when the famous proclamation was Is
sued, not counting those, coming . In Il
legally. -: , r , .
Moreover, while If Is not 'charged that
Japan la not keeping faith with i the
United States In denying -passports to
laborers, both skilled and unskilled. It,
Is declared to bs a fact that many of
ths "students, merchants, travelers and
servants" coming In on passports event
ually turn out to bs mere laborers.
How to prevent this la what President
Roosevelt hopes the trip of Secretary
Strauss wilt' teach htm. . Meanwhile
agents of ths government ars keeping
very dose watch on things snd Presi
dent Roosevelt has hopes thst some
thing may turn up to enarils hfm to
keep his promise without waving the
big stick or Increasing ths tension be
tween this country snd Japan. It was
hoped that the consent to a customs
union In Korea which would give Japan
free entrance for goods would bs s
clever move, but from the Indifference
of Japan It might be Inferred that the
process of "assimilation" wUl taks less
Umt. tbaa thought. , . '. .
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should hostile Warships corns from ths
easi mrougn tns Hues canai. , . - -Present
nlans. which will ba well un
der way within the next few weeks, will
bring together off ths California coast
by ths end of December four divisions
of ths armed fleet, each of them repre
senting an aggregate of 160,000 tons.
Dayton's fleet of the first . squadron
consists or tha west Virginia, colon
do. Maryland. Pennsylvania, all with II
guns. Ths second division contains ths
Tennessee, Washington, of 20 guns, ths
caiuornia. noutn uagoia, is guns. Tns
third division, the St- Louis, Charleston
ana Miiwauxes or is guns, and ths cm
cago with IS. Ths ships In-ths first
squadron ars all 13,630 tons.,
. If Japan strikes a sudden blow' st
tha Philippines other Pacific .Insular
possessions will be Isft 1 at 'Japan's
mercy ao lar as ins navy is concerned.
The present force In ths far east Is in
sufficient ts cope with an enemy and
any attempt to strengthen that fores
win ds resented by Japan as. an un
frlsndly act, . ; i
FORTY PERSONS MEET :
' ; DEATH IN , EXPLOSION
. Santiago, Chill, Aug. t. Forty persons.
Including -spectators, a policeman- and a
n reman, were killed snd wounded today
when ths carbonlo acid pipes of ths
broomery exploded, completely destroy
ing ins puiiaing. ;
,' '. IN NEW ZEALAND
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Wellington, Newfoundland. Aug. ' i,
Ths bill making women eligible to elec
tion to tne upper nouss passed ins com
mittee stags todsy. -
FIND REMAINS OF ' .
1 BARNEY ATvrLACE V
rJ; . 'STEVE ADAMS SAID
'"-";. - . , - .
' " '(Journal Special Sorvios.) .
s ' Tsllurids, Colo., Aug. I. Ths 4
s body of W. J. Barney. timber e
man who wis employed In ths
Smuggler Union mine, who dls- 4
sppssred In June 1(01, was ex- w
humed near Alta mill yesterday, 4
4 .and brought hers today by Oen-
s oral wslls. ,
4 Stevs Aams told whsrs ths '
4 body was burled, Barney It Is 4
ssld. Incurred ths enmity of ths 4
s union by Working at ths mine 4
after the strike trr 101. Adams w
4 says Barney's body was stripped ' 4
4 of Its clothing before Interment 4
FOR REFJT DUE
Constable After Valuable
Hound Owned by Saloon
man Under New Law.
Constable Lou Wagner, , of Justice
Raid's court, went out today to attach
a dog. . This is ths first record of any
such action being taken In an Oregon
court It was mads possible by aa act
passed byv ths legislature at Salem last
winter, making dogs personal property.
Ths bill was msda a law aa that nwn.
ore of dogs might protect,, their animals
when they should have an especially
valuable canine. The attachment feat
ure is a newly discovered convenience
uui ncreioiore uucen' advantage of.
Charles H Walker. mlnnJ
ducts a saloon In partnership with Will
iam juico, atso colored, at lea Bixth
street North, contracted a rent bill
raounting to a few cents more than
.aa.. x 1 m man wiin in. r w l j
Calvin, has been unable to collect It.
He.?I,?a,1 n attorney and the only
ovallable means In sight by which ths
bill could be collected lay In a valuable
dor belonging to Walker.
Ths dog Is a fins big hound worth
about $200. A point not considered, but
an . important one to the dog. Is ths
Sluitlon. "'-J1'", hoard. Ths constable.
If he takes the dog In custody, will havs
to food it until tha. eoata rh.
ars determined. . "
BELIEVE FRANCE HAS
DESIGNS ON MOROCCO
Passengers Who Came From
San - Francisco on" Harri
man Liner That Takes the
'Place of Sunken Columbia
Thankful to Reach Port. :
Steamer Was Built 36 Years
' Ago A Filthier-Looking
Passenger Craft Never
Entered Portland Harbor
No Electric Lights. .
- (jo,,,,! ggx gsrrlea; "
Tangier, Morocco, "Aug. I. Khlot
tribesmen surround .ths seaport of El
Arlsh and ars threatening to descend
upon ths residents. Ths consuls ars de
manding a warship and ths gates of ths
town have already been closed. ,
Reports from Germany are to the
effect that the belief prevails there thst
Francs Intends to. annex Morocco and
that Its occupation by French troops la
but tha first movs of a crafty plan. ,
TAFT IS PLANNING
. STRENUOUS CAMPAIGN
(Journal Special gerriea.)
Washington, Aug. I. On his way hers
next week Secretary of War Taft, who
will bs ths first of ths cabinet officers
to return to ths capital, will stop at
Oyster Bay for a conference with the
president Plana for ths , secretary'e
campaign will be .made at that time
and It Is understood that In his addreaaes
from the outset hs will pledge himself
to support the Roosevelt policies
throughout .' ,
Passengers who cams up on ths Har
rlmaa llnsr City of Panama this morn
ing thanked Providence that they wars
safs and sound ashors and thoss who
were at ths dock to greet them thought
they had good reason for doing so be
cause of all ths old dilapidated tubs
that aver plowed ths billows nons could
bs much worse than ths nsw flagship of
ths San Francisco & Portland Steamship
company. ;-' . . . .. ..
Ths City of Panama was built some
tt years ago and could havs been
turned Into Junk mors than a dosen
veers aaro without harming ths feel
ings of anyons, excepting perhaps thoss
of manager 8ehwerin,-who-bas-chsrgs
of ths Harrlman watsr lines on ths Pa
cific coast A filthier looking paasenger
craft would bs hard to find and she Is
so antloue In construction that had a
man been born and raised on her he
would still wonder - what electricity,
push buttons, telephones and other mod
ern conveniences meant They would
bs as puisllng to him today as when
first invented. OH lamps, of ths crudest
kind, are still popular on ths craft and
should a passenger feel Indisposed in
his berth and bs unabla to call, the
steward or on of bis assistants. It
would bs up to him to remain thers
until well or deed because there Is no
means whsreby to attract attention or
signify ones wanta.
Takes Columbia's Haos.
Ths City of Panama was taken off ths
Panama routs to fill the vacancy caused
by the loss of the Columbia. Ths
steamer City of Sydney, a 1,000-ton
boat will probably bo. placed on ths
Panama routs. Officers of ths oompsny
here say ths City of Panama Is only a
temporary acquisition to the fleet and
that shs will be replaced by the La w ton,
which Is now being remodelled at San
Francisco. A second large boat 1s
promised to take ths place of ths Costa
Ths City of Panama is manned oy a
Contention of Club's Attor
: ney That Charter of Town
of Milwaukie Legitimizes
Gambling There Is Scoffed
at by Portland AUorneys.
Question That Was Raised la
Sunday Closing Cases Is
Brought- Up Again in
Present Instance, Say At
torneys of Portland Bar,
Portland attornsys assert that. J. B.
Hedges, attorney for the MUwaukls
club. Is wrong when hs say that ths
charter of Mllwaukla gave tha council
of that town power to license gambling:
and that ths charter . supersedes th
Stats law" in that regard at MUwaukls.
A number - of - attorneys who were
asked this morning for opinions wsr
unanimous In declaring that ths ques
tion ' Involved Is practically tha sams
as that passed upon by Judge Cleland In
ths Bunday. closing cases and that ths
supreme court In a number of . cases
passing , upon local option law aa op
posed to' city charters, has laid down -
ths rule that ths stats law takes prece
Attorney Richard W. Montagus saldi
ir me charter
framed for ths
of Milwaukie wars
purpose of allowing
gambling I believe it would be in vio
lation . or the constitution.
known that gambling
crime. Subdivision 2
hey would bs abls to do little In case I get ed ths local option law so far as ths
It Is well
In this stats Is a
section 2S of tha
constitution of Oregon says that tha.
legislature shall not pass specfal or
local laws for ths punishment of crimes
or misdemeanors. A law which twrmlts
In any town or city an act that would
be criminal In any other part of ths
stats certainly is a special law for ths
punishment of crime, and in violation
of tha constitution."'.-.
' XMgaa Bays "Bo.
"Rot of ths worst kind," declared John
F. Logan, when asked what he thought
of Senator Hedges' contention. "It Is
well known that a city charter can not
override the stats law by a mere general
f'rovislon giving the city power to regu
ato something. Ths state law can not
bs superseded by a special law impli
cation. . or anything ahort of direct
words, and ths charter of Milwaukto
does not say that gambling shaU bs per
mitted In that town.
The sams Question has arisen In
esses where It wss sought to prova
that . various city charters had ab ro
of getting Into trouble with ths boat be
cause, like ths Columbia, shs is a mere
shell, and would go down llks a rock If
puncture si sea.
remain A. W. Nelson la master. M.
M Plllsburs-. formerly of ths Manchu
rla, chief officer; F. Agemn. formerly
of tha Columbia, second officer. Age-
rup was the officer on the bridge of
the Columbia when she wss rammed oy
ths steam schooner Ban Pedro. He
saved himself by swimming about with
out a life preserver for nearly an hour
until picked up oy one or tne coats.
Boatamsln Norrls. Chief Steward Funk
and Seaman Simon were also on the
Columbia when aha went down. Thev
all had narrow escapes and were picked
up br the lifeboats, but nevertheless
signed on ths City of Panama on her
first vovage. Seaman Simon says few
of the sailors or the Columbia equipped
themselves with life preservers when
ths vessel was -sinking bees use they
wers too busy assisting tns passenger.
Story of sTewspapermam.
Among tns nassenaers who cams un
from ths Bay City on ths City of Pan
ama was Harry B. smith, sporting ed
itor or me nan rrancisco tnronicie,
formerly connected with the dally press
of -this olty. "The City of Panama may
J cities wers concerned, but ths supreme
cuun neia uisi mis was not ths case,
and that the state law obtained ovar
the charters in thoss cities." .
"Senator Hedges is wrong, said At
torney Thomas O. Greene. "Judge Cle
land In the local circuit court passed oi
practically the same question when the
Sunday closing cases were disposed of
here In Portland. The stats law, espe
clally a criminal statute, does not yield
(Continued on Pago Two.)
Jewish Residents at Casa Blanca Suffer Unspeakable
Cruelties at Hands of Savages Shells Set Fire to
-Town Inhabitants Massacred by the Score. L j
. (Joans! Special Ssrvfas.t V: : i
Tangier, -Aug. SsU-Two thousand addl.
tional men have .'been landed at Casa
Blanca and conditions there ars becom
ing mors serious than was snticipated
several days ago,' It Is believed that
before 'ths dlsturbanoas ars" finally
quelled thers will bs great loss of Ufa
Street fighting and skirmishes along
ths outskirts of ths city hava continued
without interruption." Testerday ths
Jewish section of ths elty was sacked
and doiens of ths Inhabitants massacred
by tha tribesmen. Today ths narrow
thoroughfares ars piled full of bodlss.
Many ars fatally Injured and the fight
ing In this district is so fierce that aid
cannot be offered tha wounded.
The massacrs of ths Jewish residents
was marked by extreme cruelty and all
tha barbarities of ths-savage tribes were
ractn-ed upon the helpless people, who
led to the streets only to bs cut down
Added to the horrors Of the butcheries
and ctuilUe. ths shells from ths French
and ' Spanish warships set firs to ths
Moorish quarter snd tt Is reported that
many in this district wers Incinerated.
Ths section was completely destroyed,
no effort being made to stay ths flames
which swept ths region clean.
' Owing to ths closing- of ths storss
and tha Inability of residents to wOcuro
provisions, ths greatest ' distress pre
vails among ths poor. Starvation faces
them now at ths tlms their lives ars in
Jeopardy from ths knives and bullets of
the savags hordes which surround ths
city. ,... . ,
So far ss known -all the Europeans
within ths boundaries of Cnea lilanca
are safe. Thers Is apparently no dis
position On the part of ths tribesmen
to, kill the foreigners, althourh thla is
probably due to the fact that l-.uropeans
have congregated together and ars in
a position to protect themselves should
an advance bs mads upon their strong,
hold.- - -
Word reaches here that the Anrtterraa
tribes are In ambush ): nf this city
and it Is feared now thai Tangier will
bo attacked unless tha envanes are
driven ort before securing points of
(Continued on Pago Two.)
Persians Cut Off Miser's Ears
rx and Hang His Body to
' T A ' rv a a
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l Joornal gnert.1 a-e.f t
Chicago, Aug. i. Startling barbarities
of the - treatment accorded Abdul Bor
babdea, a wealthy merchant of Tabrls.
Persia, by ths residents of that town.
aro contained In a letter which has
lust been received here at th. h...
quarters of ths Foreign Missionary so
ciety from Mrs. Loretta Van Hook ons
of its representatives In ths eastern
country. , , .
4 airs, van Moot writes that a short
tlms ago Borbabdea hd i w ,1
warehouaea all of the wheat In that sec- -tlon
of (tha. country.. A famine had
placed the people in destitute circum
stances and scores were on the verge of
starvation. . : ,
Borbabdea had been alreA ti. -t..-
soms of the 1,000.000 bushels of grain,
wh ch he had hoarded to the Buffering
residents, but refused. A second de
mand was made upon him and upon his
second refusal a large number of pent,)
of the town congregated about his real
donee during the night and dernn.l.
that he Immediately come to the rc,n
,J l who wer "y't'k of stsrvatlon.
,""'"" met tneir urgent reouesi
with silence the mnh U.l h ,.t
their number, broke down the dvrs f
his home anil dragged Pirbnh,,. If
the hair Into ths streets. The re d m. i -chant
waa set upon by the. In r.irln I
populace and beaten and ststihf.,1 ,, .
ers Jerked him by the legs llaon i 1 -t
While the men wns stl!l ill- 1
his ear were cut off snd 1 ' r
severed and the bo.lv wn t
to a pout In the nurl-i !
center of town M - ' '
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