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THE OREGON . SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, , AUGUST 13, 1S07.
DEPARTURE OR TROOPS WILL MEAN; t
CHRISTIAN MASSACRE BY ARABS
Soldiers - Must;' Eeraaia , in
: Morocco to Protect Lives
. si Foreigners.;
GENERAL DRtiDE NOT
V AFRAID: OP ENEMY
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Preach Commander t Cam Blanc
Declare ne la Able to Withstand
CTiarge ton City "by the Hostile
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. ' (Bwit ew by Lensett teased, Wirt.)
, - Parii, r Aug. IT. Despetchee from
Tangier received" today report that the
Situation throughout Morocco' la till
critical'. 'j While matter , have " quieted
dowfe somewbat.it la known' that should
the , troops ,. b ' withdrawn ' tba with-
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; ' Sketch showlag the manner lb which the port of Casa Blanc waa ahelled
1 , by the Pxeach and. Spanish warehlpt, causing heary loaa ot life to
the natives of the city. The portrait! of General Pleqaart, the: French ;
Moorish member of foreign affairs,' o& the right, who are sow
. ngUKea. In bringing aboat -peace.
tfrawal would at ono b followtd br a
SeneraJ massacra of all Christian! and
Jaws. Tba hoatlla natives camped on
the outskirts ot Casa Blanca last nlch)
ant a masaasa to General Drude, oom
mandlna; the. Trench sforoea, demanding
lhe Immediate surrender of the town.
The -inesaaga aaid further that ttnlesa
the a-eneral surrender at once hie troops
would ha exterminated, tba towa looted
and burned, and all Europeans put to
death by a rreat force of Arabs, Gen
eral Drude sent back no reply, as ha
eonslders nls position Impregnable, the
new arrived Spanish force brlntjnir to
tal number of men up to 1,600. , la an
' Interview General Drude said:
"I am master of all the helfhts. eon
sequentlr .the tribesmen are unable to
aDDroach the town br anr route with
out belli fleteated at a distance of
1,000 yard a I have II runs already In
position, and they command every point
f the norison. Sohuld such as un
likely thins; happen as the French eamp
being attacked on all sldea at onoa. we
would still have nothing to fear. I do
not believe we will have to deal with
another serious attack.!
That the tribesmen are planning- an
attack la the opinion Ot many refugees
arriving at Caea Blanca. They aay the
natives are being called to get ready
for a desperate attack on the Frenon
and Spanish. It they are beaten they
win glva up the struggle.
Jewish - refugees from the. Kabyle
amp have eome Into Casa Blanca in
state of extreme wretchedness. They
report horrible cruelties practiced upon
Jewish and other residents of Casa
Blanoa who were carried away. The
en prlaoners have been outraged
wealthy Moorish merchants sold
thefflwar held them as slaves. The news
naa caused considerable alarm, but Gen
eral Druds Is positive be eaa bold his
That the natives cannot keep up a pro
longed fight oa aooount of a shortage
of ammunition Is the general belief.
" The condition of the British oolony
It pitiable. Their resldenoee outside
the walls of the city were destroyed by
the French shell fire and were looted
and burned by the Arabs.- A moderate
aattmate of the lossee la 11,000, 000 Ths
Arabs looted the houses. Then came
the surviving Jews, and after that
came the worst elements of the Span
ish population. Finally. - the French
foreign lesion took all that was left.
The latter, however, have since been
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WHAT'S THE USB? '
TB Vow la OonW Waea tt Acts as
rasters have gone ..without teed for
many days at a time, but, no one can
go without sleep. "For a long time I
have not been sleeping well, often lying
awake for two or three hours during
the nlghL but now I sleep sound every
night and wake up refreshed and vigor
ous," says a Calif, woman.
"Do you know why? It's beeause f
used to drink coffee, but I Anally cut It
out and began using Postum. Twice
since then 1 have drank coffee and both
times I passed a sleepless (tight, and so
I am doubly convinced coffee caused the
trouble and Postum removed it.
"My brother was in the habit of drink
ing coffee three time a day. He wee
troubled with sour stomach and I would
often notice him getting soda from ths
oan to relieve the distress in his stom
ach; lately hardly a day passed without
a dose of soda for relief.
"Finally he tried a oup of Posturand
liked it so well he gave up coffee and
since then .haa been drinking Postum
in MS place ana says ne nas not once
i troubled with sour etomaoh. .
Even after this lady's experience with
coffee her brother did not suspect for a
time that coffee was causing his sour
Stomach, but easuy proved It.
- Coffee Is not suspected in thousands
4f eases lust like this, but it's eeelly
8 roved. .A ten days' trial works w on
ers. "There's a Reason."
Read the famous little book. The
Hoed to WsUvllle," la pkg .x,
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compelled to disgorge the better part
Of their wpolls. -
. The streets are erewded with Spanish
soldiers in cotton uniforms. Officers
In brilliant uniforms crowd the cafes,
sloping liquors and oottee. Moors from
the country, many of them guilty ot
shedding blood, are ' coming Into the
French camp to trade with the soldiers,
their mules laden with grapes and vege
table : Food la soaroe and very high
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CITY TEACHERS "
Annual Tests Begin Wednes
nesday, August 28, and '
- Continue Three Days.
SOME 60 PEDAGOGUES
City Saperlntendenfa Office) Opens
for Basin eaa Monday, When Active
'Preparations for Coming School
Tear WHl Be Begun. ?
Preparations for resuming work In
the city schools will be actively com
menced with the opening of the olty
superintendent's office' next-' Monday
morning and the calling of elty exami
nations the following week,
Wednesday, August K, , Is the date
set for beginning the annual testa for
city teachers and It Is expeoted that
nearly ( teachers will take part The
examination ' will continue through
Thursday and Friday and the result will
be announced to the school board at Its
meeting the first week in September.
The city requirements are somewhat
different from those adopted In ; the
county In that the teachers re ex
amined more closely into the subjects
to be taught. Less attention Is paid to
school law and more ls: required In dif
Every teacher Who applied for and
wee elected to a position in the city
sohools is required to furnish notice ot
acceptance before the first of Septem
ber or the position is considered vacant.
In order that the schools shall begin
with a full quota of teachers a supple
mentary elective meeting Is held by the
board the first week in September and
all of the vacanclee are tilled.,
The examinations for county certifi
cates wsre - concluded Friday and
the examinations for stats certificates
were concluded last evening. It will
be at least two Weeks before the exam
Inlng board Is able -to complete the
markings so that they can be presented
to the city school board for considera
tion of those teachers who do not take
the olty examinations. v7r
Tuesdav. the loth, will be the last
day to receive dkaoount en east aids
gas ptus. . . - . . ,
New Jersey Republicans are quite as
much at sea as to the platform for the
coming gubernatorial campaign as on
the snlrtlon of their", oandldate. They
are particularly sfrald of the excise
question. The Bishops' law, with lta
no-screen clauss as a guard against Sun
day opening, mar, they say, ooet them
the support of some of the strongest
Republican eountlee. , .
CLUBS TO HONOR
Will Be Guest of Develop-
ment League and Com
omoAK to Remain
HgEEFQR TWO DATB
Great Demonstration Win Be Tea
dered Possible Republican Candl
' date for Preaideacy Will Speak
In Armory Tborsdajr Evening. -
Secretary William H. Taft, of tba
war department, will arrive lb Portland
the evening of Thursday, . September (,
on bta tour of the Paclflo ooaat, and wtU
be entertained .here by the Oregon De
velopment league and tba Portland Com.
merclal club.' He will be the guest of
Theodore B. - Wllaox. - President of the
league, and wtU remain In Poland ua
in 1,1, ' -
.Arrangements are being made to dive
his visit etate-wlde alsnincance. and
afford opportunity for- i thousands of
ptfbpls to meet and talk "pith the dis
tinguished Ohioan, Friday afternoon he
will go to Vanoouver to Inspect the mili
tary peet there.. Friday evening there
will be a monster meeting at the Arm
ory, and he will make a speech.
. Seats will be reserved until Monday
evening, September I, for the benefit -f
ail mayors of clues In the state, editors.
members-of the last legislature, etate
offlolala, and delegations from outside
Those who desire te take' advantage
of these reservations must notify Sec
retary Tom Richardson not later than
by Monday's malls. There are no special
invitations issued, and the general pub-
noation or tna racts is rararaea as sur-
-flclent. . Only the number of seats that
nave neen asaea xor dt uonaay aignt
will be held arter that aate.
The Southern Paclflo and O. R. A N.
companies have granted a rate of one
and a third fare from all points north of
and Including Roaeburg, and west ot
Pendleton inclusive, for Friday exer
cises. Secretary Taft is probably the
mosc laiaea aoouc men in me couniry
aelda from President Rooaevelt himself.
and widespread interest on the coast is
relt in this his nrst visit to the Oregon
country. Hie western trip will end at
Honolulu, where he goes to give per
sonal attention to war department busi
Clearance of ;
Meri's :and Boys Ciothihg
1 Piece i Suits "S...
$20.00 ThrcePiecc ; C 1 7 cA V
$3.50 Outing ' C? ?Gn.
Trousers. . . . . . . . . ) L LO
$5.00 Outing ' 7 55
Trousers. . . . ....vO00
Men's Outing Suits
B6ys' Wash Suits :
Men's and Boys' Straw Hats .
All PanamA Hats
One-Half Off Regular Price
Third and Oak
JIOEE EXHIBIT SPACE
AT WAILA WALLA
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(Special DUpatrb to Te yesraaL)
Walla Walla, Wash, Aug. IT. H. R.
Cox, local contractor, yesterday be
gan work on a new addition to the ex
hibition pavilion at the fair grounds.
The -new building will add about 1,000
square feet of floor apace to be used
for exhibition purposes at the fair th'la
fall. ; - - .
Metsrer Co "Jewelers, 141 Wash,
There Is nothing so good 'as TAR-.
RANTS. It cleanse and refreshes the ,
stomach, clean the brain and restores
V the appetite.. '.. , . '-a ., ,
, SclUcr Aperient
. - , aua.o,araogaa)
nas been prescribed by-physician for
2 years "Tktrt'rttti hit iri any
prut A parkling eflerrssccnt drink.
Tattet Lke soda water. ,
Children like ft.
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'AC Zi. 9: mTtrranf Ca.
T :." ' - Sew Terk
;.: PEESONAL :
u, mnA Mra. flaorea A. Harding, of
Oregon City, two well known .early
Oregon pioneers, left yeeterday for a
im Tnnntha' tour of the eastern states.
during which they will visit the James
town exposition. - . .
Tt. w. A. At woo Is la Portland arter
an extended eastern tour and European
trip, the- guest ot Captain Bpeler. the
harbormaster. Ha la on his way borne
to Baa Francisco. ?.
Mra O. T. Cramer and bar family are
Spending the' summer ia their cottage,
"The pines,'' at geavlew. Which was for
merly .the Bibeon cottage. ,
Un. Vf.rrlt TJndsav and bar daugh-
ters Charlotte and Kdltb, are enjoying
a two. weeks' stay at beavtew. . ...
Mr ' and Mra Otto Kuloer have re
turned to their Portland home after
Visiting-a few days at St. Helens. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Downing of Bast
Portland visited at the home ef S. A.
Miles In BU Helens Sunday, ,
Miss Sara Napper of Bait Lake City
ia visiting with her sister. Mrs. Km.."
Hampson.ot this olty at ISI Chapman
Mra. Arthur Dicker with her . tarn'
lly from Seattle tea been visiting her
mower, iare. m, jaoennaa ai uregon
City ana is now visuing ner sieier.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Blips have left
on a trip to Vancouver, Victoria and
oiner souna poinu,
AIM xwh iw,i,r, wim umm .
vlsiunr-relatives in Portland for the
past month, returned to her home In
Lewlston last night. Miss Rowley, who
is very popular in the Idaho city. In
tends entering the University of Oregon
next year to finish her education.
Judge and Mra Thomas H. Crawford
ef Corvallis are at the Imperial hotel.
' Claud Oateh of Salem, federal bank
examiner, la at the Imperial hotel.
Walter B. Toose, a merchant of Falls
City, is at ths Imperial hotel.
' C, X Fitchard, hop grower with large
yaros at independence, is at tne inv
nerlaL Mr. Fitchard resistere from TJtl
ca. New Tork, where be baa been for
Phil Metschaa Jr. received a oable-
rrain yesterday from ble father an
nouncing the eafe arrival at Hamburg
of the party which left Portland sev
eral weeke ago. Included In the party
are Mr. ana Mrs. Fhii Met sc nan, miss
Lillian Metsohan and Miss Pansy Sweet
ser. They will tour Europe for six
months or a rear ana will visit tne coy
hood some of Mr. Metschaa while
abroad. , f' (.--..
Assistant United States Attorney
Jsmes Cole left yesterday afternoon for
Beaslds where be will remain until to
morrow. . . '
W. T. ' DovalL a prominent lawyer ot
Seattle; Judge Edward Waltson ot Spo
kane,' Judge of the United States dis
trict court for the eastern district of
Wsehlngton: Judge R. B. Albert son ot
Seattle, and Max Ooee, a. lawyer ot
Pomeroy, Washington, were at tne Ore
gon hotel yeeterday. They formed a
Ashing party in Washington last week
snd left last night for their respective
A, C. blxoa ef the Booth-Kelly dum
ber company of Kugene is at tna 1m-
Juda-e and Mra Charles & Wolverton
left yesterday for Banff, Canada, where
tney win remain is aay a wnue juage
Wolverton Is away. Judge WlUiam B.
Gilbert will remain In Portland to han
dle all federal court matters that re
quire Immediate attention.,
Otto B. Rupp. district attorney . for
walla waiia county, wasnina-ion, waa
at the Imperial hotel yesterday. Mr.
Rupp left last night for Walla Walla.
He has been at Taooma and Seattle on
official business connected with his ef-
Dr.' Wylle O. Woodruff, former Penn
sylvania football star, haa Just returned
from Philadelphia and ether- eastern
cities, where for several months he ob
served some interesting surgloal opera
tions. Dr. Woodruff says bis constant
reference to Portland and Oregon and
his persistent boosting of climate and
resouroes caused much wonderment
among the people he met In the east.
He says they are not prepered for the
enthusiasm of the weeterner and par
ticularly the Oregoniaa, who la the best
booster on earth. - ; ' i
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Third Special Sale in 10 Years
Patent Leather. Gun
Reduced From $3.50 to
- Reduced From $4.00 to
Reduced From $5.00 to
; Sizes 5 to 8
Sizes 8 to 11 to
Sizes 11 to 2 to
Sizes iy to 6 to ;
y. All Around the Northwest Corner
t Third and Washington Stb.