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AFTER BIGGER GAME
Bonaparte Will Get Officials of
KEYS SILENT AT CHICAGO.
WOULD SEND OFFENDERS TO JAIL
Proposes to Procoed Agttnst Prlnct'
pals In Violation of Antl-
New York, Aug. 8. A special dis
patch to tho New York Times from
Lenox, Mass., sent under today's date
That criminal prosecutions will bo
taken In tho near futuro as a result
of tho Interstate Comtnorco Investi
gation of tho llarrlman railroad sys
tem was tho Information obtained
hero upon authority this afternoon ou
tho virtual eve ot tho return of At
torney General Uonaparto to Wash
Mr. Uonaparto was asked If action,
personally, against individuals would
bo included in tho prosecutions. He
replied somewhat emphatically: "I
have noticed a good many complaints
that criminal prosecutions against
trust magnates and sentences of im
prisonment for them have been very
infrequent and, In fact, for practical
purposes unknown. It Is perfectly
true that. In my opinion at least, a
better moral effect would bo pro
duced by sending n few prominent
tnen to Jail than by a great deal ot
litigation, however successful, against
tho corporations they controlled.
"Some timo since two corporations
and their respective presidents wero
Indicted Jointly for violation ot the
anti-trust law. It tho corporations
were guilty ot such. It would be hard
for the lay mind, at least, to seo how
their presidents could bo Innocent.
Nevertheless tho Jury convicted the
corporations and acquitted their
"It Is tho avowed purposo of tho
department ot Justice to prosecuto
criminally any ono who is really re
sponsible for violations of tho anti
trust law, wherever it con do so with
any reasonable probability ot suc
cess. It does not care to prosecute
mcro underlings who aro known to
cveryono to bavo actod under tho di
rect authority of their superiors.
"If It can get a case against any of
tho superiors such as justifies a rea
sonable hopo on the part of exper
ienced lawyers that ho can bo pun
ished personally the department will
undoubtedly take advantago of tho
opportunity as soon as it is pre
Operators Refuse to Work With Non
union Men at Lot AproIos.
Chicago, Aug. P. Tho telegraph
operators who nro employed by tho
Western Union Telegraph Company
in Chicago went on strike tonight nt
12 o'clock. Tho troublo was precipi
tated by the Los Angelas strike,
which was started two day ago.
Tonight tho local executive board
of tho Commercial Telegrapher'
Union met and discussed the remov
ing of tho men who refused to work
with the non-union operators em
ployed In Los Angeles. When tho
men were notified of this step nil
operators employed in tho overland
division of tho local olUco refused tu
work any longer with tho non-union
men. When this action was taken.
N'lght Chief Marry l'rlce ordered nil
who refused to work to leave tho of
fice. He then went into other divi
sions and requested tho men to go
Into the overland division. In every
case ho was met with n refusal, un
til over "0 men wore sent home.
The grlevanco commltteo of tho
union called on Mr, Trice nnd noti
fied htm that unless every man was
reinstated -by midnight every union
man in tho olllco would bo called
out. This was refused and promptly
at midnight, by a prearrangement, a
whistle wns blown and every opera
tor employed In the main otllce, with
the exception of six wire toop chiefs.
Including Mr. Trice and his two as
sistants, left their keys and with a
round ot cheers filed out of the of
fice. The men employed by the com
pany at tho various morning news
papers had been notified of the con
templated strike and they alio quit
The local otnclal ot the union to
night stated that the day operators
employed by the company, most ot
whom belong to the union, would re
fuse to go to work In the morning.
This will Include all branch office
throughout the city.
FANATICS WAQE HOLY WAR.
OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
HIKE DENEFITS CITY.
EuRene to Have Batter Buildings and
Eugene Asltlo front tho los ot sleek
ami furniture suffeied In the lire of Au
gust tl, the general result has been and
will bo very benelleial to the pioperty
holders along Willamette street, and
to the el'y. The council had definitely
decided to extend the tire limits and It
is likely that nil future buildings put
upon North Willamette street will bo
ot bilck or stone.
James Pnnford, who lost itWmt hall
the buildings destroyed by the recent
tire, will elect n modern brick on his
property, the work to commence this
fall. A brick building will ho put up
on the ltctman puHrty and the Nil
anco of the block is too valuable to be
allowed to He Idle.
Cement sidewalks are being put In
along Willamette street, with one or
two exception, as fat as the depot, and
every foot ot sluowalk in the front of
the tire line has been taken up to give
p'aco to cement walk. The council
will likely order all the board walks
supplanted by cement.
PROTECT ALL EUROPEANS.
But Morocco Mutt Also Grant Other
Demands ot France.
Tangier, Aug. 8. Upon tho de
mand of the French Charge, Moham
med cl Torres, tho representative of
tho Sultan hero, has reiterated the
Instructions he had previously Issued
to assure tho safety ot the Europeans
at Tangier and othor ports and
Tho French steamer Anatole,
which brought the news of the bom
bardment of Case Dlanca. has been
requisitioned by tho French Charge,
who will uso her as a dispatch-boat.
A guard to protect the French
Consuiato will immediately be landed
Tho French Charge d'Aftalres has
made the following formal domands
upon tho Moroccan government:
"First That the Moroccan auth
orities at Casa nianca place thorn
solves under tho orders of tho com
mander of the French forces.
"Second That tho security of tho
French citizens at Fez and other
places in tho interior bo guaranteed.
'Third That the Moroccan auth
orities hasten the reparation for the
murder or Dr. Maucbamp.
"Fourtn Tnat me Moroccan au
thorities expedite tho preparation for
tho application of tho reforms agreed
upon by tho Algeciras convention."
Brake Are Bad.
Chicago, Aug. 8. Western railway
managers are considerably agitated
by tho charge that the inability of
air-brakea now In uso to control fast
trains is responsible for many wrecks
and the further intimation that they
are refusing to equip their trains
with new brakes which have been
successfully tested by tho Pennsylva
nia system. Tho Wcstlnghouse peo
ple bavo perfected a brako which, It
is alleged, under hard testa is EO per
cent more effectlvo than anything
now In uso, but the railroads are
slow to adopt it.
Disarming Moorish Troops.
Paris. Aug. 8. A special dispatch
from Tangier this afternoon says that
tho Moorish troops composing tho
garrison ot Casa Dlanca bavo been
disarmed and that their arms and
ammunition have been deposited at
tho French consulate Tho Moorish
officials havo confided the protection
of the city to the Franco-Spanish
Native Tribes of Morccco Bent on
Extermination of Foreigners.
London, Aug. 9. The horrors of
tho looting of Casa Dlanca by native
tribesmen are becoming known and
their recital Is Inflaming tho minds
of the natives against all Europeans.
Tho situation In various coast towns
Is worse. The natives nro excited. A
holy war Is being preached at Rabat.
Anti-foreign sentiment Is growing
as a result ot tho activities of fanat
ical agitators. There is fear of a gen
eral outbreak. A number of Euro
pean families arc preparing to flee
from Tangier. The Angera tribes
men In the Immedlato vicinity of
Tanglor are rostles and may break
out soon. The Moorish authorities
havo practically no control over the
There are many complaints among
the Europeans that France acted in
advisedly at Casa Dlanca In bom
barding the town before protection
could be arranged for the Jews and
Europeans there and elsewhere on
the coast and in the Interior.
Tho news from Casa Dlanca as to
tho situation there today unites In
showing that the bombardment was
continued for longer than was first
supposed and that the tack of an
adequate French force to afford pro
tection resulted In an opportunity
for barbarous looting, rapine and
pillage, with all the accompaniment
of murder and horror. The French
landing parties could not control the
situation. Moorish authority van
ished with the first French cunshot
nsu lawlessness reigned.
It Is now reported, however, that
between 3.000 and 3.000 French an!
Spanish marines and bluejackets are
ashore at Cam Illanca and that or
der has been restored. The Euro
peans there are all safe. The loss of
life among the Moors resulting from
the bombardment appears to be
much greater than was flrit indl.
Hop Outlook Good.
Woodburu There will be n larger
hop yield In this section this season
than in any previous year and tho
quality will be mostly choice. Tho
llco have practically disappeared nnd
all but a few old yards that have
been given no attention nro making
a flno showing. Some of tho old
yards are looking better than for
the past five years. The new yards
show up well and will make an ex
cellent record this year. A party who
naa made a thorough inspection of
the yards ot this vicinity was In tho
city yesterday and report the out
look very bright, corroborating the
opinion of others as to large yield
and good quality.
Estimate 140,000 Bales.
Salem Estimate from tho most
conservative dealers of this district,
who have mudo a tour of thu hop
growing territory and observed yard
conditions closely, plncu thu statu
crop for 1907 nt not to exceed HO,
000 bales, na compared to approxi
mately 150,000 for the season of
1900, and this estimate may be re
duced fully one-third more by rea
son ot failure to secure picking
Thu crop seems to be coming on
very unevenly, and all yards, gen
erally speaking, nro mora or less
spotted, whllu the uumber ot missing
III I Im In must yard Is remarkable.
Many fields are well advanced and
the burrs aro fully developed. These
give promise ot an abundant yield,
wun corresponding high uunlltv.
while on the other hand. In thu ma
jority of yards, the Inert are still In
blossom, with a very small Percent
age ot burrs well set.
20 Par Cent Docrrase.
lllllsboro The hop crop of Wash
ington county this sensuu bids fair to
be 20 per cent less than last yenr's
product. This shortage Is due to
lack of cultivation owing to bad
weather at a time when yards should
have had care; to lice and lack of
spra)lug; to the low prices prevail
ing, and to tho fact that there is
some blight In many yards that last
season wt.ro free from fault.
I.at year's Washington county
product went about 8.000 1ml us, and
It la estimated that this season tli"
output will bo slightly over 6,000
bale. In many district the lice
have been prolific nnd, as spraying
is expensive, many yards were not
given any spraying whatever. So
far as can be learned the quality of
hop Is up to tho standard, this
county generally leading the state In
Lane County Keeps Up,
Eugene The hop yield In I.ano
county thla voar will itimroilmstn
State Printer Is Busy. the crop of last season. If It I all
Satcm Secretary of State Dcnson I harvested. The prospective low
has completed tho Indexes to tho l,r ces for hops and present high
ii.,. .i c i. ..i. .,- price for labor may Influence a few
Houio and Senato Journals of tho ! ,, ,hA h ' ., .,,,, ,h,
r" w -
last session ot tho Legislature and
handed them to the State Printer for
prlntldg. Printer Dunlwny say ho
will have tho Journal prlntod.
bound and ready for distribution
about the middle of thl month.
Tho Journal for tho session of
1905 wcro not ready for distribution
until about thu middle of January of
the following year and the prepara
tion of tho Indexes for the Journal
In tho ortlce ot Secretary of State thl
year breaks the record.
Two Warship for Salvador.
San Francisco. Aug. 9. Provi-
sloned for three months with a large
supply ot ammunition and a cargo of
quick-firing machlno gun of the lat
est nnd most deadly type, tho Salva
dor warship Areata wa ready to sail
last night. The other Salvador war
hlp, the President, I also In readi
ness to follow the Areata. Sho la
provisioned for six month and Is
also aald to bo heavily armed. Doth
tho President and Areata havo been
painted a gray war color. They havo
been strengthened In the construc
tion of additional armor
Texans Amend Constitution.
Austin, Texas, Aug. 9. Early re
turn received irom today's snorini
election held throughout the stato to
pass upon several constitutional
amendment Indicate that tho amend
ment providing for a confederate
women's home, an agricultural bu
reau, and for a road tax, will bo car
ried, whllo those providing for an In
crease In tho pay of member of the
legislature and for a stato printing
plant will probably be defeated.
Russia Wilt Aebulld Navy.
St- Petersburg. Aug. 9. The Nary
Department Intends, in the course of
the current year, to lay down two
battleships of a low typo. Their dis
placement Is to bo 19,970 tons, arm
ament ten 12-Inch guns and minor
battories, turblno engines, and a
speed of 12 knot an hour.
New Professor at Albany.
Albany Rev. Frank It. Zugt, of
Charleston, Ind., has been chosen for
tho chair ot History, Sociology and
Economics In Albany College. Ho
will soon arrive In thl city to ar
rango for the coming school roar.
The new instructor Is a graduato of
Park College, Mo., and also of tho
Prlncoton Theological Seminary.
Whllo nt Princeton Professor Zugg
did iiost-graduato work In Princeton
inlverslty. Ho has had several
years' successful experience both in
preaching and teaching.
havo been three good but small
yards dug up this year, but the quan
tity of hops will not be materially
changed. The long, dry, cool weather
has been Ideal for hopgrowlng, and
the quality at thla time Is above the
Picking Bsglns September I.
Aurora If tho present good
weather continues, the hop crop hero
w bo fully as large as last yar,
and the quality equally as good. The
hops are burring oat fine, the hot
weather having killed tho lice. Tho
crop will probably be five or ten days
earlier than last year. Picking will
begin generally September I,
Hops Bring Good Price
Oregon City Fifteen eents I the
ruling contract price for hop and
three contract have been filed In
the office of County Recorder C E.
Ramsby. Tho contractor I Ed. C
Herron and he gets from 11. A. and
Samuel W. Wolfer, of Needy. 40
bales from a 10-acre tract; D. Mert,
of Macksburg, 5,000 pounds from n
Wheat Club, 80c: blunatrm, 83c:
valley, 80o; red, 78c.
Oats No. I white, 125: gray.
Ilarley Feed. $21.5022 per ton:
brewing;, nominal; rolleJ, $21.60
Corn Whole, $28; cracked, $29 per
Hay Valley timothy, No. 1, 1173
18 per ton; Eastern Orcgun timothy,
21023: clover, $9; cheat, tOftlO:
grain hay, 19010; alfalfa, $13014.
llutter Fancy creamery, 27Ji33(Vj
Poultry Average old hens, 129
13a per ponnd; mixed ohlckons, 12kc;
spring chicken, 16(5)1 0c; old roosters,
830c; dressed chickens, 1617e; tur
keys, live, 1216o; tnikcys, drriwed,
choice, nominal; gco, live, 8llc;
r.gg French ranch, candled, 220
French Hlay Hundreds of Moors In
funlihmant lor Ireaclury.
Tangier.' Aug. 7 Casn lllanoa, on
tho Moroccan coast, ha been bom
barded by French cruisers, the
Moor are reported to have been shut
down In large numbers, and the town
since last Sunday night ha been
. . . I..U.I.
prautieaiiy in mo possession -lug
parties from French and Hpiui
Ish cruiser. The first shot were
fired by the Moor. Thu French re.
spomlcd with a bayonet uhitrgu mid
the bombardment of the native quar
ter with mellnltu shell. The French
hud six men wounded but no one
killed. No Huropean resilient were
Tho occupation of Casa lllanoa Is
a direct outcotuu uf tho native up
rising, which resulted III the killing
last week of eight European at Casa
illanca. Doth France and Hpnln are
hurrying other warship with troops
and marine ou board to various
point mi thu Moroccan roust for the
protection of foreigner.
Under the term of tho Alginirns
convention tho two power ars
charged with the policing of seaport
of Morocco mid their action at t'w
Illanca ha brought no protest from
any power. The state or Kiirop
havu expressed their willingness that
France mid Spain restore unisr in
Morocco. No oilier countries rue In
New of fighting at Casa Illanca
wa brought hre by the steamer
Anatole. Un Saturday night the
French naval officer In command In
formed the Moorish authorities that
ho wa going to land a force for the
protection of the Preach consul. Au
thorisation tn do mi win given. The
force went ashore Sunday morning
at daybreak. The Frenchmen were
no aooncr on the beach lhn they
wero fired Upon by Moorish soldier
and In this first encounter thu
French force sustained all Its casual
ties The Frenchmen fought their
wny to the consulate and then sig
naled the cruiser (lalllec tu bombard
the native quarter.
The Galilee at once opened upon
the Moors. She was Joined at II
o'clock by tho French cruiser I)u
Chayla and both fired until 3,000
round ot ammunition had been ex
pended. Thl tire Is said to havs
been disastrous to the Arabs. The
batteries ou n fort at the mouth of
the harbor fired at ono of the French
cruiser, but It was quickly alleneed
A cond French landing trty
went ashore and Joined tho first
party at the consulate. A third rty
from tho Spanish cruiser Don Alvnra
de Union was landed ami occupied
tho Spanish consulnte. The Euro
pean quarter of Casa Dlanca was not
Thu remainder of the European
resilient of Casa Illanca are either
at their tfespecllve consulates or havs
taken refuge on board a Herman and
English vessel In the harbor
France and Him I it have agreed on
the term of a French-KpanUh note
informing the power signatories of
the Algeclra convention. Including
tho United .States, of their Intention
to keep within the term of the con
vention in dealing with the situation
In Morocco. The next measures to
bo adopted depend largely upon what
develops nt Casa Illanca as a rwiiill
of the occupation of that town.
Employes ot llolli Western Mm
nml Postal Go Out.
COMPANIES READY fOR flGBT
Most of LsrRO Olllces of Nti
Now Idle and Balance Await
Order to Walk Out.
All operator of both rotiiisnHlj
at Chicago strike.
Almost every njwmtor out m kJ
sns t II). llier. nan iikk, .n. Of,
leans. TupsMn, iHtllas, Port Wnft
Operator nt lit Louis. Mt 'si
umsna, i iiriimni mi inumiitp
await ordsrs from rrsi4rnf M
New York oHrntom, tiuinUiU,
3.000. intmt Sunday tu decide i m.i
Oprlnr ncCHse Western
of violating MKrtH'triout fur
in riu uf Msn Prsittisrti strk.
demand It pr i-nt I tirr .
arr- right hour day for dt
seven nnd one-lis If hour f"t
Oregon City Has 8nakes.
Oroi-nn f!lfvTtnf tlitannk ft tinvA
anneared In thl eltr. City Knelneer . 23o perdomn.
w. A. White killed a small one on I muiis cnerrira, iisoi pound;
Madison street at the foot of Falls applet, tl.60A2.25 per box: SplUcn
View. The snako was a young one, I bergs, 13.60 per box; cantaloupe,
about two feet In length, and had $2.603.1.60 per crate; peaches, COc
two rattles. A largo snake wa seen i.S5 per crate; raspberries, l.26
this week on the rock on Jefferson . iro nor erstn- hl.rkiu.rrii. RS7,.
per pound; loganberries, f 1 per crato;
aprlcota, f 1. 50(3)2 per crate.
Vegetables Turnlpn, 1.76 per sack;
street near tho residence ot Ernest1
Fllh Traps Removed.
Astoria The fish trsns at Point El.
lice, which wero condemned recently
oy mo yvr department a being a
menace to navigation, havo lietn re
moved by the owners In accordance
with the orders of the United States
See Their First Autos.
McKcnile Ilrldge This place had Its
first experience with automobiles the
other night when two motorcar sr.
rived on their way to Delknap Spring.
The trip wsa made from Eugene In leas
man eignt Hours with no accidents.
McArthur Is. Reippolntrd.
Olympla Announcement Is made
at the executive office of the reap
pointment of J, W. McArthur. of
Spokane, aa a member of the State
Hoard of Pharmacy, to take effect
carrots, 2 r rack; beets, 2 per
tack; aspaiagns, 10c per pound; beans,
;KjXo pr poumi; cabbage, L'Kc r
pound; celery, 11.25 per dozen; com,
2635c per dozen; cucumbers, 60cl
per box; lettuce, head, 25o per dozen;
onions, 1620o per dozen; pu, 46o
per pound; radlihM, 20o per dozen;
tomatoes, f 101.25 per crate.
Potato a New, 1 W2c per pound.
Veal Dressed, 6H8Ho Pr pound
Def Dressed bulls, 3H4o per
pound; cows, CQOJfc; country atosrs,
Mutton Dressed, fancy, 8$0o per
ponnd; ordinary, 607c; spring lambs,
Pork Dressed, e8J$o per ponnd.
Hops 67Xo per pound, according
Wool hastern Oregon, average beat,
iWtSZM per pound, according to shrink
now trial In thu case of . m HoU
brook E. E. UnobBiiKll and Robert
McPhllamy, recently convicted herrt
of conspiracy to defraud tho govor "
The Judge Imposed n flnu of 110.000
each on Ilnllimnir n...i i .....;'
and a $30,000 fine on McPh In my
whom ho designated n tl,0 " Tut
h?rCnfn! n0tt- .,':ac,, m,l I'" uni
m .. "i0..00"'? "n,l "l com.
...v. u vnu iniiu paid,
Lithographers Admit Df,
Now York. Auir. 7 ti. - ..
of the I.I hogrnphlo Aril, tn, I n.
tlonal Association of Em,(,y
.... ..I., snasm .n- - "7.. "'..."" V"" ""' enuutl ns n ru.
-, ,.,.v;,.v?., .......B w - iuii ui mo auonuonmont of iii i.7
seas; mohair cholw, 2S0o a pound, by tho union. "moni 0I ,uo "ht
Paris. Aug. 7. A special dispatch
received here from Tangier say ths
street fighting In the bombardinent
of Casa HlaneH, According to n rrfu
geo who arrived from there on tlis
stoamsr Anatole. continued thruuKh-
out Kundny, and wa still In progress
when the Anatole left at C, o'clock
Huuday evening The Pretich ships
fired a total of about 2,000 shslli
The number of Moorish dead will
run Into the hundreds, a slngio
tarty of marine killed 160 Moors.
Tho French wounded number about
12. No Frenchmen wero killed. The
Marabout Hldl Marouf was wounded
Paris, Aug. 7. A correspondent ol
the Matin says tho military rommander
at Can Dlanca sent excutr to the
French consulate for I lie attack on the
UniJInit partv from tie (lalllro, for
which ho Itlainra the otiatoin guards.
Tho consul thereupon demanded tlmt
tho culprits be given to him. Tie
rommsnuor compiled nnd icnt the rol
dler In chains to thu uinaolstn. ri...
consul Intimated that llu-y would l
...pmiii.jr 11101 in mo urstt sign ol Irish
Fines Coal Land Thieves,
Cheyenno, Wyo., Aug. 7 -In th
Fodornl Court Jtulco .1. a tin... .1.1.
.fi..nnR .... , i .. ! till
"vvuu"' Mvwrruieu inu inn un for a
nnw frlnl l. II... . .. .... - M
worn ami recognition w union
limn rompanis nectars' cir
tu light tti a rinish nnu deny hrH
Prssldsnt Urn 1 1 uf lilil-n mh
companies havs violated !.(
and promts sensation I etsri.
('hlrafttt. Am 10 uoit,r Ik
last uf Ik llRrpH Opef !..!. ss
ployed by Ik WsoIsth t'nln Ts!
graph Company In Chicago, the !.
graphsr In nine other rlH ihtiti.
out the t'nltml Htnle quit .rk )s !
lenlay Tho (00 Men mpl4 f I
the Piwtal In Chicago, who l-lB(hj
ths mms HMml of Inh Comments ;
Telegraphers' Union mi Ike Wrstsn ',
I'nlon ojMftr. nnd who il-fkvfi
that their working rondllln j
ths eirmny are HHMttlsfsrlriry. Isst ,
ndvantsEH of Ike situation tnl ijsit!
With ths walkout of the l'Ul
employe, Chlrsgti last night mMI
with akiHt ( operator endravorttc
to transmit the bHslnns of bih tHf
graph MiirnlHi. where, under tm
msl eonillthina. fully l.(0o mu ir
necessary to da ths work
The (fiber Western I'nlon oBkol
whkh lsme Involved In ls
trouble together, together with U
number of men wh quit work are:
Malt Ukr City. Ifi. Helena. o. Ksft-
n City. 110. Dalla. I Or. Ksrtl
Worth. 40. Colorado Murlngs If.)
anil Denver. 83
In Sew Orleans the men rmi'loj'
by the Postal Tiraih t-iiiMirl
lert their key to enforce li'inaa
mads un ths company nvvtrnl wvsstl
Francs May Have to rltay
Parla. Aug. 10 In spits ( ti
firm Intention of the Prenrh fit
went to keen within ths terms f IM
Algeciras convention In It 'Mn
with Morocco, the Frrnrh tew
clearly foresees I bat Frshre udIsh
he situation ratddly IttinrovM U
entered mum n long and heuvt tail.
The newwierB express the i.i'lslss
mat France. mwh which th ibM
burden of restoring urlty in 1W
dlsturiMMl country will fall m to
fitrved to occupy In turn nil Mr-
ran ikirli and then probatdi ! torn-
lielled to undertake a punliit- isr
illllon to Fes, after whlrk ! woM
be ImptMMlble to withdraw i M
the rase with Hi DrllUh Id 1'srK
A the HrllUh iHimhardment ' M
andrla nure.l the prestige 1 f lirett
llrllaln In Egypt, so. it I argu.l Iks
Prenrh bombardment of Cast HissM
will have n similar effect In M "'
All expeilltlon to Fes, Hih new.ppr
point out. would, like the llrpi-h k-
iory at Tel el Keblr cowpMe tt
Monument to Victor Hugo.
Ilrusssls, Aug. 10.--A slmpl.' !
Idlral stone Is to bo placed a WalM
loo In mmmbmoratlnn of Victor
Hugo. The sponsor of tho iii.-vtrneat
Is Count Uuls Oavan. who lias dl
reeled the actlvts for the .rr
vatloti of the souvenir of th- Kct
hattle, and ll I ho that ha glnn lb
Kround uiKiii which will be . rectM
llie simple monument The inwlt"
Ion will be -To victor Hug", Im
mortal Hard of Waterloo Th
memorial win i.i .iu.u,.i.i iirJ
lljo end of thu year.
golumbla Llfo It. ft Picked' Up.
"nil Prnnrlm-ii. inv in .-A llfo r lit
frnlll thl) Collllllliln una tilebfil III! 10-
day nt Hair Mum, nnv in ...n..aiout!i
f (ho Ooldon Onto. On the raft were
found nn oar nnd nn undcrKarmr"
"earing tho Inltlnls "O. T, 8 " l'f"
aumably It bohftigod to Oeorgo T.
Bpsrks. tho banker of Fort Hm"
Ark , who wns nmong tho drowned.
Mysterious Plsgua In Arizona
Phoenix, Art , Aug 10 N'w'
"men from Wlckenbnrg, n inlnlnT
lOWIt 110 inline ttni-l I, uo.l nt I'llllPnU.
Hint some sort of n plaguo jinn broke
"ut Ihero which local doctors nro un
nblo to diagnose nnd treat succf;
Ully Hevnrnl .Innlli. Iinvn nCCUrrI
inuring mo pnit (ow jays.