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THE ' OREGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND. FRIDAY 'EVENIrtO. SEPTEMBER 3. 1S07.
hlOORS SHOT DOWN IN
COLD BLOOD BY FRENCH
Eyewitness Gives Graphic Account of What Happened
Daring: Bombardment of Casablanca Innocent
. " - ; Men, Women and Children Shot Down..,
f (Special Cabl t Th Journal.)
, Tangier. Morocco. Sept. JO, Tla New
Tork. Sept 15. Reliable account of th
occupation of Caaablanoa by French
troops on Monday, August S, glv to tb
term "pacific penetration" a ghastly
arcasnv and Indleat that tb history
rf that French military action will re
cord cruelty, lnslncsrlty - and - lntrlgu
such aa bar been attendant upon no:
ther military manouvrt .la modsrn his
tory. . , ' .-.,. ' ' .
In the light of theee "accounts ths
occupation of the town bimt
Ing more or less than a political rnove
ient: th deaths of thousands of Moors
Cmei, women and children becomes
(but so many murders changeable to i the
-fiendish - rforeUn legion" of Algeria,
at tha port beeomes a link In thj chain
1-ranee has ben forging with which to
fclnd Morocco. . .
t Through the enterprise qf French of-
TlCiaiS. eunwjwnw" .. " " rl.r
news of tha occupation of Cassblanca
i ... fluit ins
lias oeen so bmvw v
sreateet possible amount of credit upon
tne Franchconoerned In the movement
s nd to characterise tha defense of
the Moors as another Indication of Mo
hammedan barbarity. But now the
. i iwIa, PmihIa - wnu
laie is cimuisiu T
know, and who are not French, are be-
ginning to leu wwi -Fceult
In that a public protest, which. It
i is believed, will cause the British gov-
eminent to take restraining action.
. Among tha many persons who speak
with sadness of the terrible nature 01
;the occupation Is an. English physician.
among: the Moors, and who -was In Casa
blanca during me umw w....... ...
speaks. This Is hU atory of the oocu-
PU-fhe resnee of a French officer at
th customs nouee "
rot looked upon with favor by the
i 1 1 .a. -- In the
.Moors, nor was m r T ,T
conatrucUon of the new port agreeable
-... .W 1 1 wkakW Mnt faVHf
: 7 " 11 T - ha HtrhtHt In-
1 nu ill, i wwmm w v --
means. Ths cause of th killing of the
i ,kU B.u.m 1 MfUIrl
-nine wwrs.mc w vm.-. . . .Z
' en-ployed at ths port had been badly
- . i . k. - .1 m wnrlrmnn had
.fenn kicked, slapped and otherwise
--a bused, -to say notulng of curses heapea
u nun them. These, with their friends,
who wers not among the best class of
Moors, by any means resolved upon re
venge, and their desire waa Inflamed
and encouraged by Moors, who. It Is now
I.iriy wen iu.uto, "
v with the French. f
At any rate they waylaid th work
' j ....ill i tham A nrawd n
perhaps X Moors. In the melee which
followed ths nine men were killed, it
la significant xo iroww n vim.
. . . . . . A. .n. An, .1 l1nM th.
part of the townspeopls but that after
tne wave oi exun-cnitjoi. iimi-uj
tendant upon aViythlng of thin sort had
- rubalded the-town was la aa absolutsly
There was no excitement twon- the
- streets, nor were any other foreigner
molested. The entire affair could have
been handled aa simple murder and Tet-
' Titration have been demanded. But fu
ture daveloDmenta ftolnted to something
more pointed to the fact that the Moor
ish workmen bad been Incited to ths
assault by native emissaries of th
'French. Th purpo waa shown on
-.Monday. September 6. -
"punday at sunset the town waa quiet,
with tha French warships lying In ths
1 of the town were In ruins, hundreds of
t at the mercy of the looters, both foreign
and native. - .
, - -, Beginning' of Bombaromsnt. ZZ"
About i o'clock In ths morning 0
French marines had landed. At th
gates an excited guard discharged his
irtfle. striking on of th marines la
" th band. Immediately a volley was
rtlred by ths marines, whereupon th
guard took to their heels. This wis the
alrnal to the warships a signal which
..tftl ttmA liMt. ilABlamw1 hf Are tha
marines left ths ship. At once ths war-
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: r y
ships began to shell th tiatlv quar-
tars of th city, although thousands of
Moors snd Jsws were there asleep. As
th shells began to burst, tha 0 ma
rines went toward tha French legation,
shooting continuously, although they
received not ths slightest opposition.
Men. women snd: children who. fright
ened at th sound, rushed Into th
streets wore shot down without mercy
or healtstlon. ,
"For three i days ' the bombardment
continued, now of ths city, now of ths
kablla, or tribesmen, who. hearing th
guns, cams In, quite naturally, to pro
tect their country. In the town there
waa no fighting, only murder. Outside
the walla the French shells brought,
death to thousands of Moors, who, be-,
llevlns- their oountrv to be attacked.
had gathered to repel th Invader. With.
them -It-waa war. out ueir war-waa
nlav for the French s-unnera.
"nthatown condition ware alniest
too horrible to tell of. No coherent
story, can be told of tham, for to all
those who saw and heard they war
like a nightmare, a dream of an Insane
murder in a nursery. There was no
quarter. ' Ever living thing that waa
not a foreigner waa killed. Old men, ;
women and children, even donkeys and
frightened dogs, wer th victims of
ths terrible thirst for murder. It wss
not capture. It was not occupation. . It
"Immediately the slaughter began
many Moors commenced to pillage
Moors whom even their own danger
and th death of their countrymen
could not stay: just such men aa on
find on every battlefield. Lttk jackals
they (Hulked about, robbing, murdering,
alTald ' Tinr
will 1 tif'tii ' soimeiw
wer killing every living thing,
eauanv afraid of each other. I saw
Moor stab to death his brother that he
himself might have all th spoils, and,
later. I saw him fall to tha ground be
neath his load of til-gotten spoils,-- hi
neaa oursi oy a aum-oum Duuet '
Hrl middled With Ballets.
" "There wer sights to make a man
turn 111. J aaw two frightened Moorish
girls, perhaps 24 years of age, oroaslng
a street In search of shelter. A volley,
and both fell. - One, lying huddled In
the street, tried to pull her hallc, or
ooat, over her head. Th motion was
seen, and a dozen bullets struck i her.
I saw an old. old woman,, 90 yeara at
least, running wildly about' A moment
later I counted 29 bullet marks upon
her body, i saw a group of children,
frightened and in tears, searchlna for
their father. Juat aa they found him 1
lying dead In the street, they were torn
to piece by a score of bullets.
"These are only Individual cases th
Ilk of which I could tall for hours-of
the Jewish wotnanwhos eight children
wer killed before her evea. or hshes
torn from mothers' arms to ba dashed to
death by some drunken sailor against
a convenient wall, of old man tottering
about begging for mercy, only to be
torn to pieces by the Tearful dura-dum
bullets. But, while Individual cases ap
peal mor strongly to one's sympathies.
It la ths general rula which la so horri
ble In this lnstancs. Every Moor who
could be found regardless of sax, sg
or Innocence waa killed, with th' ex
ception of a certain small number
rhon offices' protected them. .4
"Every Moorish house, vry honse
of any sort In th native quarter, waa
nierea or rrencn soipiers, ana wno
ever was found therein was killed without-
hesitation. If found in' his horns,
the Moor was shot with . th remark
that If he wer not guilty he would not
Mrs. Besant Says Hie World
Would Be Much Bet--ter
for It , - 1;
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Chicago. Sept. 10. "Thsosopby Is th
peaoemakar reconciling all religions."
That was th burden of Mrs. Annie
Beaant's lecture at Orchsstra halL . It
was entitled "Th Plac of Masters in
- "Theosophy,"' shs said, "demands of
no man that he leave his faith and
come into a new fold. " It says, "Stay
where you are,' to all Christians, Mo
hammedans. Buddhists. Hindus, alike.
It blda him only recognise all religions
as coming from ths same source, and
as seeking ths same goal.
-All nave airrerent patns, seeking tb
same goal. Each religion built around
itself a high walL - In It ware the be
lievers; without wer the unbelievers.
It was narrow, and heresies constantly
"Theosophy holds that tha search, no
matter by what path, la never uncer
tain of its ending. It holds that you
already have a wealth of thsosophlcal
teaching in your religion.
"Don't change your faith. Only
learn better to live It Theosophy baa
no exclusion. No matter what your
belief. It Is yours, even as it Is mine.
We r not for labels, only for what
tne labels aesoribe.
"Tour religion may be clothed In
Christian words. In Hindu phrasea Ws
are th conscious theosophlsts. Ths
others ar th unconscious ones. It is
th youngest child, ths latest impulse of
religion and Into all languishing rell
glons It puts 4 nsw life. . It touches
this world with worlds that ar Invisi
ble. It has crowded Into ths Roman
Catholic church, and It is being
touched with a new spirit, which Is
moving It toward liberal lam.
"Ther Is a gradual moving amid th
dead bona of dogma and tha reign of
a new spiritual Ufa haa begun."
LAWLOB CALLS FOB -'
ANOTIIEB JUBY PANEL
(Special Dispatch te Th Josrail.) '
- San Francisco, - Bept 20. Twenty
four of th T1ry I,. Ford Jury panel
wer excused at yesterday's session of
Judge Lawlor's court and ths sheriff
was ordered to call a speclsl panel this
morning of 40 to "bs selected outaid
of bystanders" in th courtroom. Ford
Is being tried for alleged bribery of
Supervisor Lonerxan, who received
money, - so the prosecution says, for
voting for th United Railroads fran
Mansfield and the Drum.
- - Front tha "Washington Herald.
It is not generally known that In ad
dition to his other activities Richard
Wannfleld was st on time a reporter.
He did all-around work on a small pa
per In Boston, and from the city room
rrariimted- to- tha dcak.uf muslnsl snd
dramatic criticism. Only one of his
criticisms seems to have attracted no
tice, and thst was becsuse he devoted
th major part of It to the work of ths
bsss drum. "Hs read tha baas drummer
a long lecture on his Ignnrancs of ths
dynamic value and capabilities of that
Instrument. Th idea of criticising th
baa drum made the professionals smile,
but Mansfield maintained that It waa
but natural that hs, ths son of a mu
sician himself, should be scut to de
fects that other critics ignore. ,;
BE CALLED DOWN
Telegraphers renounce Men
Who Said They Wanted
v the Strike Settled.
V. r rTTaltad Preaa Leased Wlre.l
tfw Tork. Sept. 10. President Small,
Of . th' Commercial V Tslegraphers"
union, said today that Thomas Mahan
and Arthur Douglas, members of tha lo
cal union, who went ta Washington and
mad th statement that th telegraph
ers are dissatisfied and wanted a settle
ment of th strike, mad over th heads
of the officers, will be reproved at, a
mass meeting of the strikers -today.
Small says there Is no settlement In
Sight ' . . , ...
Despite Small's statement. It" Is de
clared '. that direct negotiations with
President Roosevelt have been started
lookine; toward a aettlement, and while
tbs fact Is discreetly denied by strlks
leaders and officers of the company,
it la known that Percy Thomas, deputy
vice-president of the national union, and
Daniel 1, Russell, former president of
the New. Tork local, .had a two hours
iaifc-avlth, the president Jn, jOyatat Bay
last weanesaay, and tnis conference
was by appointment.
. Simultaneously with th reappearance
of Thomas and Russell came the report
that Labor Commissioner Nelll would
be In New York -within a week and
would call on President Roosevelt Then
there were reports of expected arbitra
tion coming from varioua quarters. The
most definite of these cams from Wash
ington, where It was said a peace move
was in progress,, and that three men
were to be named by th strikers and a
like number by th companies to under
take th settlement of ths strlks.
THREATENED BY MOB
People Denounce City Exec
utive for Knocking Man ;
. - Down Stairway. .
' (VStted ' Press teased WlrT.)
Ocean Park. Cal.. Bept, JO. Angered
cltlssn threatened to lynch Mayor Dana
Burks last ntght after he had attacked
x-PoI!eemn Omrren tn a pubttc ipeech
and later knocked him down a stairway
when Cannon confronted him and de
manded an explanation. For a few min
ute It looked as thoush the threat
I might be carried onti , Keellnf-ran high
and parsons In ths erowd yelled, "lynch
I kin. T-mi,.KIi J 1
by a dosen or mora of th lass excited
. " The Two Slater. -
J , 1 From th Nw Tork Times. 1 ' v
A woman who had been summering In
4 pretty town In New England came
horn throther day" with a atory of th
delightful way In which Christian Sel
ene aometlme work to the comfort
and .profit of ita followers. ..Th town
was a stronghold of ths cult sh said.
ana near - her lived two sisters the
eiaer marnea, trie younger not; the for
mer a shining light of ths church (a
reader and healer), the latter onl a
humble pilgrim In scientific paths. -"One
afternoon." aha proceeded, '1
saw Mrs. Errol Heeler sitting on ths
front porch . in an immaculals whirs
frock, her hands folded and a general
air of self-sat tsfactlon and conscious
holiness about her that was milte mad.
denlng to watch, when th mercury was
ine nineues ana evTyooay-8iga-WggTTers"or norscs, rattle -an;
In a frame of mind that might be de
scnoea as snappisnv It got' on my
nerves. 80 T thought I would run over
and see what I could do toward disturb
ing th holy oalm. Quit useless shs
scarcely noticed me. and th beatific
expression Increased. If anything. I
finally got tired of it and asked:
" Where's EllaT for I had not seen
anything of the younger sister.
'"Oh. In th house, somewhere,' said
"I went tn. called upstairs, got no' an
swer, and finally penetrated to 1 the
kitchen, where I found Ella whit aa a
shset In spits of her occupation and
the temperature, stooping over an Iron
ing board, hard at work ironing a fussy
white dress of her sister's, the one that
usually adorned ths lady when she read
Bclence and Health aloud to her com-gree-atlon
"Whsfs the matterr I asked. Tou
don't look able to stand up.'
" Tm afraid I have a headache,' ad.
mltted Ella, reluctantly.
" 1 should say you had It's a perfect
shame of your sister to sit out there in
the shade doing nothing while you ar
Ironing her dress for her,' I scolded.
" Oh, don't please,' sh almost cried;
vou don't know how good my sister Is.
Bhs Is giving me treatment now, so that
I can finish this dress for her to wear
tonight. Sh Is always so kind and
"And at that I went home, leaving
suffering Selene In th kitchen, and
placid Health on ths veranda."
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Damage Done by Storm r
in the Southwest. V
(radfle Ceast rress tmil ,Wlrs. j
DaUas, Te., Bept 10. Report from
Leroy, 78 miles southwest of hsre, say
that heavy rains visited that section
Thursday. A. waterspout waahed out a
long section of the tracks of th Inter'
tiattnnal rireat Northern. " Ibarra nom
been drowned. Property losses are es
timated at more than (100,600.
Signs of 6ng Life.- 7
From th Philadelphia Record.
'In th medical world,' said a welt
known veteran doctor of Tioga yester
day, It la a generally accepted fact
that every person bears physical Indica
tions of prospects of long or short Jlf.
"A long lived person may b distin
guished from a short lived parson at
sight la many Instances a physician
may look at the hand- of a patient and
tell whether hs or she will live or not
Ths primary eondltlonsof longevity ar
that the heart lung end digestive organs
as well aa ths brain, should b large.
If these organs are large the trunk
will , be long and the limbs compara
tively short. Tha person will appear
tall In sitting and short so standing.
The hand will have a long and some
what heavy palm and short fingers.
"Ths brain will b deeply seated, a
shown by th orlfic of th ear being
low. Th blue or brown hasel eye, aa
showing an Intermission of tempera
ment Is a favorabls indication. Ths
nostrils. If lsrgs, opsn aad fre. Indi
cate large lungs. A pinched and half
closed nostril indicates small or weak
lungs. - These are general points of dis
tinction, but. of course, subject to ths
usual Individual exceptions." '
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Supported by an sxcellent csst In th
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A beautiful play, admirably acted. -Evenln
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' Seats Selling- at theatre. '
w..h:nnau,- BEILIC THEATRE
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; ' Betinntng Monday.. Sept ' If.
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I So, J6o. Matinee prices: 11.00,
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