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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING. AUGUST 23, 1S07.
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Monley',Hafid- Is Expected
to Iteenforce Tribesmen
Before Casa Blanca by
j Tomorrow, and Battle Is
v to Follow Soon After.
' (jNitil Special Urrc.i
Taneisr. Auf. lIt la belleweo' that
H onlay Hand, who bu proclaimed him
self sultan of Morocco ana has Deen
recornlsed as luoh by tha chiefs of tha
leading- trtbea. will arrlva at Cuba
Blanca tomorrow, 'with the reenforce
ments ho U marching to aid the tribes,
man sow Desisting the city. The ar
rival of tha pretender's army will be
tha signal for a combined attack upos
tha Frtwh and Bpanlah troop within
and feared that General Drude a
1&0Rt will b unable to withstand the
-fSTTetny's onslaught. -
Arms hare been smuggled to the
-rebels; and tha tribesmen will go Into
battle jnuoh better equipped than here
tofore. The attacking army greatly out
numbers the Bpanlsh and Freosh de
fenders of tha city and disastrous re
sults are liable to be realised when tha
clash comes. ' 1 -
It Is estimated here that Mouley
' Hafld will bava mora than 80,000 men at
his back when he charges upon Casa
Blanca. Nearly all of these men win
be armed with the latest Improved fire
arms anil will be drilled Into a sort of
wild discipline. Heretofore the ma
chine guna and modern rrfles of Gen
eral Drude 'a forces, which number little
more than 4.000 men, have put tha
enemy to route,
A majority of the tribesmen In
Mouley Hand's army are mounted, al
though a portion of them are drilled as
infantry, , , .
- - GROWERS WOULD
(Continued from Page One.)
catch tha short sellers In a trap that
." -would teach them a valuable lesson.
It is now stated on good authority that
- fully 10,000 bales of this year's crop of
- Oregon hops have been sold short by
dealers at prices ranging close to 10a
, a pound dellvereoVln tha east. These
" wuwui. w,re imqq oy roe ucui.
: ers because they believed thst thl
year a crop couia easily oa purchased at
: 4 and cents a pound when in the
i bale. Just about half the actual cost
,, of production. If the growers of Ore
: gon do not pick this many bales this
i season It will force the shorts Into the
,) trap they themselves laid for tha grow
. era, - - - -
aorta Are Bearing; Market.
A crop both large and of fine quality
In needed by the shorts to carry out
. their warfare against the producers. If
tha crop Is short In this stata or If
; tha quality Is-not up to requirements,
. the short sellers cannot deliver on their
, contracts and .they will be forced to
settle with - tha brewers as best they
This is the reason why-they are so
i anxious at this time to talk about the
; best quality grown and tha bumper
r crop now being produced.
The hop crop is good and then H is
bad. While the hops of this district
cnever showed a better outward, appear
ance than they do at present.-mold Is
fast appearing In the ripe stock and
examinations show, the presence of a
'. considerable number of vermin lq the
' ., : Mold Xs Bain Injury.
A visit to tha various hop districts
surrounding irora ' yesterday showed
senea oi , saweiaeraDie mold tn the
yards. Manyrihe hops are still very
the presence of
them an excellent breeding place for
falling rains will make
vermin. More rains will ause the her
Vvest to be delayed for an indefinite
Serlod, for the showers of tha past few
ays were so heavy that, especially in
the low-land yards, the soil is much too
oft to work in. .. .
Some few yards have considerable
number of , rows of hop vines strewn
- along the ground, tha ground being too
- soft to sustain tha weight Imposed
upon It by the heavy foliage. This fol
Inge Is tha heaviest ever .seen In tha
Buttevilla-Champoeg .' and Wilsonvllle
dlatrlRta. All thrnuvh tha Dhnnla fn
- i country tha foliage is so thick that It Is
almost Impossible to sea through the
-i vines. If the rains continue for a few
days the damage In that section will be
, .very great.
, Pickers Are Soaree. .',
While the Aurora section has a larger
crop or nops in its yards than ever be
Tore, It Is quits pi
that not a very large per cent of the
hops will be gathered. In some In-
. stances tha crop is a third larger than
year ago and In but few places will
there be much less than a year ago.
Pickers are scarce and hard to ob
tain. Growers say they have plenty of
pickers bat the fact remains that when
ever a train appears at Aurora th
. growers are there in a body to kidnap
any person who might be Inclined to
stay awn lie jnd seek employment In
he yards. Generally speaking the
sWkera Will . imM KO nt.- Hrtw kl.
j : sTKl although some growers srs talk
, ing hFW (hry will not pay more than
40 cents a box because of the ruinous
values now ruling the hop market .
: DEMURRAGE LAW
(Continued from Page One.)
Northern Paolflo and will not do ao If
they can help, It. They have been wait
ing to get Northern Pacific can. tr
tarn-over to me for this shipment, ami
have not been able to get one, it seems.
The shipment from Clackamas station
, was planned for Wednesday of thlH
. week, but no car Is yet in sight".
Under the terms of the demurrage
clause of theOregon railroad law the
company must pay a forfeit of 3 per
day on each ear failing to be delivered
on order of a shipper, and this dally
demurrage continues until tha car is
furnished. The compsny can also be
held by tha shipper for any actual
' damage resulting from failure to
.LJ. if V. A r. r. A m r. n 4 V.. Amim. J. . .
Tha law reads as follows: - ,
WTOTisiona af taw.
"When a car or cars are applied for
under the provisions of this act, and
are not furnished within tha time as
.herein required, tha railroad falling to
Wurnlsh such car or cars shall be liable.
- and shall be held Immediately to the
person making application therefor In
the sum of fl per day or fraction of a
day per car applied for and not fur
nished within the limit of time as
herein prescribed until such car or ears
LINE-UP TO BUY THEATRE 1 SEATS FOR WINTER.
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Seen in Front of the Baker Theatre , Where ProspectlTe
curing Ucksts stood in 11ns for a block
or more waiting their turn at the win
dow to make selections of seats. Chairs,
benches and all kinds of conveniences
were arrangea ior ins pe
hv Mr. Raker in order to m
ss comfortable as possible.
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' Hundreds of season tickets were sold
by the management of the Baker Thea
tre company this morning during the
opening of tha annual sale. People who
desired to be able to go to tha Baker
during the coming winter without hav
ing to rely upon tha uncertainty of sa-
Patrona Waited . (or Season Tickets.
tha aale of tickets to thoss who make
people in line
i make the wait
And In addition thereto.
anv such defaulting
held liable and held to Da maeotea 10
the person making such application and
not receiving the car or cars there ap
plied for within the time and as herein
required In the amount of the actual
damages any such applicant may sus
tain, except as in this section of this act
tat Ml "
The law provides that ths railroad do
ing business at ths point where the
shipment originates must furnish the
car. As to destination of tha shipment.
that nolat la held not to be a factor in
tha case. JThe railroad company in Ore
gon can, it Is said, be compelled to fur
niah the car and transport the goods
within the boundaries of tna state.
Whether the railroad company can, on
an Interstate shipment, hold Its car at
the state line and unload tha goods as a
measure of preventing tne car irom
passing to another remains to ba deter
The Oregon railway commission will
ba confronted -with this problem, and It
is on this point that tha Mitchell case
Is expected to hinge. It Is not be
lieved there is any room for question
that the state may legally compel the
railroad company to furnish cars at all
points on its line within the state, and
to transport tha shipment J to any point
within the stats.
J If it should develop that tha obstacles
In the way of normal .and reasonable
transportation of freight are because of
troubles between rivsl railroad com-
K antes as to use and abuse of cars, it
up to the interstate commerce com
mission to step In and do away with
PLACE IN STATUARY
f ' HALL FOR STEVENS
4Spr1al narrates to Tb Jeernal.)
Olympla.-Wash.. Aug. I. Having In
mind the resolution recently adopted by
the O. A. R. at. Ballard, that a statu
should be erected to the first governor
of Washington territory, Isaao I.
Stevens, - snd unveiled at tha Alaska-Pnelno-Tukon
" "exposition and later
B laced in Btatuarv nail at Washington,
i. C.. Governor Mead has been conduct
ing an Inquiry for the purpose of sscer
tainlng the coat of a suitable atatuo and
one that would compare favorably with
others already in place In Statuary hail
at Washington 'A New York sculptor
with whom he has been corresponding
estimates that a statue . such as tha
state would most probably desire would
cost approximately $10,000. The matter
is simply in ins negotiator stage, as
there is no direct appropriation for this
mrposa avauaoie, unless it couia ne
tken up by the fair management.
SONS OF AMERICA AT -
(Joorsal Special Bervlra.t
Phlladeln'nla. Pa.. Auar. Is An elab
orate dlnplay of the national colors dec
orates tha business section of 'the city
in nonor or tne visitors who arrived in
large number today to attend the big
convention of the Patriotic Order of
Sons of America.- The convention will
begin its bualness sessions tomorrow
morntnc and continue until Friday. Uo-
day was devoted to the welcome of the
visitors. Tne order is a nenenciai as
sociation, organised in 1S47 for the pur-jf
nose or inculcating ana encouraging
both a spirit of patriotism snd a rec
ognition of -the duties of citisenshlp.
It has branrties in nearly every stats
in the union, and the . Pennsylvania
membership now numbers over (7,000.
It is expecied that fully 100,000 visitors
will be In the rltv Thursday to sea tha
convention-parade. ... ...
BOSTON IS .PREPARING
TO ENTERTAIN PRINCE
(journal Special ServM) .
: Boston. Mass., Aug. 2. Preparations
on an elaborate scale have been com
pleted for the reception and entertain
ment of Prince Wilhelm of Sweden, who
la to arrive in Boston this evening for
a short visit. A stats dinner Is to be
f riven at the Algonquin club this even
ng at which -the prince will be of
ficially welcomed by Governor Guild.
Mayor Fitsgerald and others. The din
ner will be followed by a reception to
'he Swedish population of Boston and
iclnlty. , The prince will be shown
he city tomorrow morning and tn
ho afternoon will be entertained by
Senator Henry Cabot Lodge at Nahant
(n the evening h will leave for Oyster
Hay to pay his respects to . President
SOUTH DAKOTA RATE
(Joerael Special ftervtfe.)
Lead, 8. D., - Aug. 26. Members . of
the Interstata commerce commission as
sembled today for a series of hearings
In this city. The commission will hear
compftilnts ef alleged discriminations
In foreign rates on the pert of the Bur
lington and Northwestern rallrosds in
and out of tha Black HI Us. t
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An Astoria man caught a 20-pound
salmon which had a large fishhook fast
In Its mouth. Ths hook Is the kind used
by tha fishermen in Monterey bay. - - -
"PURELY OREGON" BEST FOR -AN OREGONIAN
;kome office cor. SIXTH AMD ameny STREETS. PORTLAND
A. I MILLS. L. SAMUEL, ' CLARENCE S. SAMUEL,
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Court Aids Jilted Lover to
Win Consent of Girl's
Father to Wedding.
. (Ftem s Staff Correspondent.) ;
Paris. Aug. 24. It is not often that
tha stata interests itself in tha lova
affairs of its citlsens. yet that Is what
Franca has just dona. Monsieur Man gin,
the examining magistrate of this city
f ut the machinery or tne state in mo;
Ion on behalf of a young man named
out the machinery of the stata in mo
Leopold Beaucher. , In consequence
ih.r. win h. aonn a marriase between
Leopold and his sweetheart. Rosalia
Vetlenne. - : .
It Is a remarkable story this one of
Leopold! Beaucher. He is a sturdy youth
from Orleans. His freckled face Is sur
mounted by a shock of yellow, almost
white hair. Like many farmers he is
slow of speech snd thought. Leopold
on one of his holidays met the fair
Rosalie. She Is buaom, tha daughter of
a small storkeeper at Pontenany-sous-Bola.
She served behind the counter
In her father's shop and was ejulte will
ing to desert it for a farm when Leo
pold came a wooing.-. ' '
The happy brldegroom-to-be came up
to Paris from Orleans to arranga . for
the marriage settlements the other dsy.
M. Vetlenne found much fault with ths
money propositions and finally broke
off tha match. Leopold talked to Rosa
lie, but she, a dutiful daughter, gave
him no hope. . , ,
' - ' Youth in Bespat. ' ' '
The young man In despair walked tha
streets of Paris. His actions were queer
and he came under the observation of
the lynx-eyed gendarmes. Two of them
watched him. They saw him go .to a
gunsmiths and buy a revolver and part- j
ridges. Then he wandered dowif thai
Bois da Vlncennes. He had tha revol-)
ver pointed to his temple and was mut
tering a prayer when the gendsrmes
dashed on him. They took him and his
revolver berore M. Man gin. i
The examining magistrate in his most
sympstbetic manner,- draw all of the
youth's story from him. He counselled
him wisely and i let him go. Outside 1
tha court. Leopold again tried suicide.
Once more be faced tha magistrate.
In the enamner mere waa a oimmnK
scenes M. Msngln waa anxious to dis
charge Leopold but the youth with his
hands raised high swore by his mother's
nams to commit suicide the moment he
waa freed. He preierrea aeatn to me
without Rosalie. -
Tha magistrate was in a -quanaary.
If he let tha youth go, he explained,
the Utter would kill himself. On the
other hand, his offense under tha law
was tha trivial one of carrying pro
hibited arms and ha could not ba held
In itmtMlT for more than a day or two. 1
Again the state could not summon Ros
alie ana ner xatner to appear nor cuuiu
it force the marriage. ' !
lawyer Aid Court.
The magistrate in his dilemma askad
for the help of the lawyers sttendtng
the court. A council was held and It
was finally agreed that if tha state
could not bring the girl to the eourt
tha stata could go to tha glrL . One of
the lawyers, a man with a persuasive
tongue, was deputed to represent ths
state and he went to Fontenany-soues-Bois.
There ha interviewed Rosalia
and her father.
The objections of tha marriage wero
brushed away and M. Vetlenne .signed
the necessary documents giving per
mission for Leopold to wed his daugh
ter. Tha daughter's agreement was also
written, and armed with these the law
yer returned to Paris. Leopold was
overenjoyed end in court shed many
tears and embraced the magistrate, the
lawvers snd the other officials. Then
he hurried away
to Rosalia and , ths
STATION IS MORE ,.
LIKE A CORRAL
County, Complains of Southern
Pacific Conditions at Snver.
(Special Dltpetch te Tbe loaraal.)
Salem, Aug. it. A complaint hits
been (lied with th-state railway com mission
by J. E James, a hopgrower
of Suver. Polk county, against the
Southern Paclno. owing to conditions at
the depot at Buver, roi coumy.
asaerta that the only depot provided Is
a shed 10 by 20 feet, of which the north
half Is used ss a waiting-room. He
aays this shed Is open on one side and
Is not heated, causing great discomfort
to passengers In the rainy seaaon. No
agent Is maintained and perishable
freight Is often rendered unfit for use.
He states thst no agent is maintained
between Corvallls and Independence k
distance of tl miles, causing great In
convenience to passengers snd to those
ordering cars. He asserts aisonnat tnis
region Is ons of tha most fertile or tne
Willamette valley and thjckly ssttlsd
with t-rosperous farmers. . - A
(RtMeUl mipatca te Tbe Joaraal.) '
Helena. Mont.. Aug. 1. Conductor
Hunt hss neen released from duty ss a
result of tha Investlgstion of the dra
matic Mullen hill accldont on the North
ern Pacific railroad some time ago. The
investigation was held St Missoula. The
testimony showed that Huot failed
set tar aunaau wueuier vt owy
personal application for them tha man
agement will proceed to make reserva
tions asked for by, mall. Tha present
sale waa even more successful than that
of last year, which at the time ' was
thought to have been a record breaker,
angle-cock ' on a car noon which i
air- hoae had been replaced, had bean
turned or not. Huot depended upon
brakeman, who told him tha cock had
been turned. This was regarded as a
failure of duty on tha part of tha con
Huot remained on his train when it
ran down the hill, refusing to desert it
and save himself. He set tha hand
brakes and prevented a collision. Ha
took tha ground at tha Investigation
that he had fulfilled his duty when ha
asked tha brakeman about tha angle-
Tha brakeman testified at tha invest!
gation that the cock was turned. The
officials who Investigated the casa held
that Huot had time to look at tha cock
himself after the hose had bean :
paired and should have dona so.
BLOCK" SYSTEM FROM :
PORTLAND TO JJIT0
(gneeial Dimatrh to Tke Toenail
Aurora, Or., Aug. 16. Tha Southern
Paclflo company has now a complete
block system in good working order
from Portland to Hito. Tha latter is
a side track located half, way between
Aurora and Hubbard.
Signals are worked automatically by
incoming ana outgoing trains ana prac
tically entire .gaiety is now assured.
A farmer near Gervala got 19 bush-1
IF YOU WANT TO K3TOW WHAT SMAHTLY DRESSED MEN
W1XL WEAR THIS v SEASON ASK BEN SEIZING ABOUT IT
We are ready with the new Fall lines of
Men's Clothes Boys' Suits and Overcoats,
BREWER HATS, Men's Fine Haber
dashery and Ladies' and Misses' Coats.
In every department" you'lljfind that we
have outdone our best past and patrons
that appreciate elegant textures will find
a revelation in clothes ready-for-service.
Fp ACER'S ;
- powder '
BlacR Sk .
" Cream '
are pure. Packed flavor
tight in dust-proof car
tons to protect their
purity and flavor.
J. A. Foltfer SL Co.
Imsertera Pure Teas
U oBlhae IFLEbbor
Enough to stretch one-third the way around the world ; This
represents the quantity of blue ribbon used by tne fabst
About six inches of this blue ribbon is
stamped in gold with the words Guaranteed
Perfect" and wrapped around the neck of each
bottle of . v.
Bek Headache and roller, all tbe troubles teaV
dant to a bilious state of h. qiMi, seek ss
Dlninaea, Naaaw, Dramineaa. Skins eJUe
eetlaf . rata la tbe Bide, ka. While tlMir me)
rsaoia saeeaae baa Mnuowiisnnai
StesAaeae, yet Carter's Utile Ursr Pills sra
aqnallx nJaable la Constipation, euiine; aad pre
muting thla.onoTincoompUint.wkll. tbavaise
comet all dlMdarsof the .looiaebtimnuW tha
llTCraadnaulats the bowels. SnaUtaeraals
Aehethsr wonld bealnostiirleelasi to those wh
anff.T from thladiatienlas eemplrtnt; bntforto
B.My tbelrgoodMMdoMi notead kwM.1 tbOM
who osee try them will And than II tth pills Tl
able la se nan y ways that th.r will sot be wit.
Iinatodowit6osttn.nl. But after sUslakkea4
Is ths baas of so many Urea thatluisls afceia
we make ear gnat boaat. Our pilla ears tt while
Other, do not.
Carter's Little Lives Pill, srs vary- saull and
wry euy to take. One or two pilla m be a dose.
Thy are strtotly TrM.ble snd de not srlpe es
par, sat by their ssaUesoaaa please all waa.
. euin Jsinnco,aTf tau.
CdlH blh blfra'
. tea' '
If weary, t e a is rest;
good tea: 4t If wakeful,
sleep. If dull, animation.
If silent, -talk; '
A Schilling & Company Saa FraocUoe
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rt:i :A lX:i&?t: i I
1 he eer or uua
I Some idea of the popularity of this famous
brew may be gathered from the size of this
order for blue ribbon labels. ...f
The blue ribbon is the mark of excellence
and is used only on Pabst Blue Ribbon.' It
is the maker's pledge of quality and -your
guaranty of purity; rlSi ;
When you order beer, insist upon
; having J?abst Blue Ribbon. You
can recognize the bottle by the blue
ribbon fastened to its neck, as
shown in the illustration. "
"Made by Pabst at Milwaukee
And Bottled only at the Brewery.
CbarUs Koba & Co..
8rd Ptne Bts., Portland.
- ' Phone Main 4C0.
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