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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: OCTOBER 24, 1W.
FANATIC MOORS IN KISERT -
t nf tbe lor cf te fm F Krr-. it imi-
rtntti yet msr years aiaind, taof
t r tv to the things that ere mw! Turn
tby hi k vpon E iirope : Last thy eleee be
the eep of ceaturie end so continue th'ne
wmt drm: May Allah ariau n ta tb
rul'aa tit wfuMiH tt-T-iion"S iM fck
t'tt places earpvted with roeere. tbara
Utile. f'r Tbp.ifti PsMi Is the mire
famous pert, tbe place where RrttKWi
rru as b"d caplive. Laraiche ts said
Get Your Youns
Beauty and Staler cf the CId Fart be tbe moet fri-.atirg along u.
GET YOUR PUPILO
Wvie other Moorirh town are mortlT
rrsr T wbite In gruTml t:r. with r-r
to da baitle ar C i the Fwledln ta fSa old
tliw there to gather la tl rebel beads' '
Mar Al'ak rrwnt ta tba Arab race Jta 1
77, fp A10JTG COAST CF XC2.0CC0 I ,her r-,iV "i". Lerairb
j nfl?' ail manrifT t4 octor. Amcng tbe
' hi: end pa biue hcut- Ih-rt ar some
Ut " t rewttle la Maar!n of arar.ee. cf rJ and of Telluw.
aTrrc 6rm. na immutability scorr.ful
of aJ; thine and it Cray rags' May He
preserve ta tbe Mwrtah ruin their shrouds
Arid sJs miking tt distinct from etbr
places th in! sbitans go In for '
ct.k red '.tas or (i jU. in place cf thaw
of customary white.
of trhlturafsh and
ta their mosque In-
4 a M eddlag.
Tiojtbla -.) fttrr
But Moptocco. t.D apraJir.e to croa'a
" I ,n" ri;3r tb u'u rirer thia bril-
I-A KAK H K Unrurm f wt 1 In trtT- i . -i .-.I- .v. .
ame of beauty and romasca naat alao
ellin, in Morocco , ,u are oft require frf1M; on other fc eiuer j'''
crary. It aa by r.o r cf ra that h aB . lhind !! ' ll.'LV1 l
" to - Laraich., h. fir port I fir la u aistince, t0Trr, lbe R( I T - JT-Z !
S ran f
I LJ li luJ b H
' ' I y Hi ., s -in i! In
II f f 11 H
III It II u
lot--B(5cd acjra bcr. . .. .
nan-am ir.an ar-a i iw - . .v. v. . ..fc t . ' I
" - ' - - - . . v . - - . . v i-i wub lj una iiaw o
rowd by alrteeti ao4 aonwUHwa ta-enty
lurbawd men, pahd off th Lit tie quay
to br.nf our carro. and rma'.ler craft b-ar
ta ert.Fa tte riv- to ferry ercr eourtry
M( oa a little Ppaninh rlimw ahoae
captain p-orated to atop at SallL a-eaiber
pe mlv.tr. C. for U iraa tbat ancient atronc
hoid of the Coraalra that ( lritetded to
exi.loTe. We It ft Taceier In the eTerjr.f
it emelty. rot a permeate the polrttc
r,d tha life ta recaral la Morocco. At axy
and before curbtfaU rounde4 Ce Fpar- , J'"'!'1' " r nlm1' ou
tel. br the European fcrremtnenia main- I "r two pewr faerrd cut ktter carrtera,
tain tbe on!y htfc'tou upon tbe Moor
ifk coat Tbtre a a barflly a breath of
air. tbe f-a aa I ke a palnt-d orean, and
kna irif that one cannot crofia the bar af
tbe river at IsaJll except In tha wnoothee
acatLer, nre our captain to Bak
ha;r. For Ma own sake wa xleaded I!
Ji aa for oura.
Btt the tawny aeounfirel buceed the
coact with a purpose and krpt the enfinea
of tbe ahio at kalf cpeed till we reached.
Lar-ak-he at midnia-ht ar.d there anchored.
And In tba morning be found that bia acert
bad collected a fhiptDent of erain and ert
for htm, a dr-aen Hchter loada, ahicb could
a put aboard a ahip In New Tork t arbor
In forty n..Euua. but aould require ua to
atop toere Ibe beat pan cf three dare,
(aauia K mm-m Hla Baalaeam.
' artrued !th the caj.ta!a that he
tfuld put in at Larai he aa;a on hla way
sertb and that it a as atupid to trans- j
port thia ca;fj 6on to the Lart of the
Mooria porta and tbn back op acaln
to G Ik altar. But tba fellow only amiled
puttier a Hubby fincer to bia tasted nose
ard eapiained that In Morocco yon mut
take your rhiproetta alien arid wtera tbe
weather a ill permit
It war onca tbe bualneaa of tba Moor
t tuii4 fma barbora attd raise tignni
tfT iUl along be cuaat in orfier ta maJie
acctsa er ta tbtir porta. Thia was in tha
4y when the Barbary pirate" awtpt the
ea la aearca of CbrrtrUaB abipa. Bat mora
than two ceuuirut JUaea pasaed a nice the
Mooriab rerrra practised thia tiefarioua
tralljc, and there la na deed la thia day
far cc rutin legauet left by pioua Cnriatiaxa.
which lie accumulating in the Bank of
England. b-cauae tbara are so longer
BrlUfcb iiTnt ranaota.
Tbe Lard and the alary teller on the
market placee of Moorish town tiuil re-
their arraie and their cirri aarrlee
make of th1 ancient errrptre at tba gatea ef
Europe a ctrfl'aed and flourlahtavc ooiany
euch a tbey bare made cf Algeria.
a ho tad come afoot from Tangier, forty
nuiea overnight. By one cf the smaller
ho- which, canie alor.iS we went
ashore and aougbt out the only hotel, kf-pt,
of course, by a Spaniard.
Tha walla of the tiny, wood partitioned
room, formerly epaciou Moo-th hall,
now cut Into cubicle are papered like chil
dren' playroom with picture from old
Graphic and other London wekliea.
planned no doubt to arouee tbe visitor when
it rain, for on euch occasions the rtreeta
of Laraiebe are veritable rapida. Tbe
room that we occupy bang a-rer tba city
walls and look down on tha banks of the
rirer. ahJch la dry at low tide. Being
waked early one morning by some hideous
wounds and muffled voice we peered cau
tiounlr out of. the window and In the dim
light discerned a crowd of black-gowned
Utwa not taenty fett below killing a cow.
Thia bank proved to be the alaughterhou.
LiaralcLe Is off the great trade route
and tbe district around Is Dot tbe most
productive. For these reasons Its poor
Inhabitants, nnabla ta peases therasalra
of gui-t and riding horses, are generally
! peaoeabie and suhmitwive. Tbe town as
well as the nearby country la safe for
any Christian and erea maul is for Lira are
ta Uta ta Larajeha.
Wi went with our eld ragged guide, who
bore the fitting came of Sldl pronounced
"seedy") Mohammed, up tbrocgb tha Kas
has, or cit-aJeL, as fine a ruin of Moorish
architecture a i to be sees outside of
Fes or Maraluh, and teen out through
a long tunnel, under many houses, to the
quaint old market place, broad and white,
flanked on each aide by long rows of col
onnadea, the ends, through which tbe came!
traina coma, sustained by severs splendid
arches. lo two of the same design. Cer-
CORN COBS TURN INTO COIN
Material far the
count the exploit of the daring b uocioseer ! uainly the Moor who built thi town were
a ho flaunted the crimson flag upon tb architect and artists too,
hi-h aeaa, and praised God. as their prophet 1 But the poverty and tbe degradation af
commanded, five times daily. Son of the the place! The bouaea dark and wretched !
AT a sometimes utter knwsiaikiBt when
list tin rig to the tales of glory that ia past,
but aga and wisdom on these Moslem shores
content themselves today with Allan will,
which call tbe wild Atlantic to beat un
ctasingly against tha cliffs and done the
ksj-bors almost every day, preventing ail
but tba moat paraistent Carisiiao from an
tcriug. Recently Ui Moorish tribes ds
posed a suitaa partly because be gave hi
approvaJ to a French project far WOding
a quay at tba port of Cabaunca,- and ear.
taia of tbaca are today opposiag tb aggrs
siub of 5paAk rvund Lb harbor f Mtuila..
Dtffeewaew aaetwoeat Arab auadt Taurb.
In tb cbauracter of tba Arab and the
Turk, who sal out from Aaia M-Jur aort
th tact time to conqoer tba world for
ltubasuael, tbtir ia a striking difference,
w aicb . may make puaeibia tooay tba re
form of one, while l fee other stand bope
leaaly Cff tr g the progress of the world
ia bumaa Justice aa aeil aa in invention.
When Uie Arab made his y 3. WW tsar
ago aiiMig' tbe aouLhern short ef tne Medi
terranean be permuted no crealur to live
who would but aootpl his faith. But a hen
tbe Turk icvadod the northern chore aa far
aa the gate of Yk-nh. he as cohtect with
rubHXUig the conqutired races, mahing use
of Lbem aa aiue tra axu). axd matmaa-rii.g
them only whtn thy seemed inclined to
nse ia robeuiin,
bo it ia that in M jr jcoo tiiere hace "been
Ba Cbriauaxis to lift the Arabs to belter
thinga tvtn m apite tif Uacmstiivea, aa ha
been the case with tha Turks The only
VuljmtX race, apart from cegro rlavea, i
tbat of tb Jews, a boo ancestors Oed frein
Eiaut ia the aay of tae Inqu.iLion, prefer
ring then to become 'd..g" of the Arab
U-J to ofeaae to exist under Ferd.uaiid anil
TO the M ears, the Jew are a aouroe of
revenue, a,. thrifty people ia contrast ta
Mohammedans, a bo do cot believe thai
tba should depend entirely -upon A ilah,. and
Who UtereiiMe ork ajul fun and save nil
U. ruiihg baaba or bia aoidiers see fit to
plunder them, la eonaequenoe there are
few paatpurts . gi'antd by the Mooriu
auaghsen ur government to the segregated
tit t among Uiem aho dwell ia meiiaa or
raviaeaiew la Eaterlaa: Tort.
Berauk of their t of t jading harbors, one
anuci bare ii-k-ik-c to cuter from tna sea
aui Moorjsa otiai loan other than Tan
gier, ahich c.:y i fuirly wtj subycted ta
tbe control of Kurupcaa convuia. Though It
is posaible to croa th country from Tan
gier to any other port u ia oot adviaabie
to do so at Umea iiae these a ben the peo
ple are aroumrd aa.nKt Lb infuicia, in
w bora there ia reotigrased i-tUe diTf rtce..
eitaniard and Amcrkaa ar aLke deemed
auibeiiskera, buaule to Isiasa.
But hetber one g?t ta Salli or is ob
ligtd ta remain ai laraich until the sea
rises high envuga to peimit a
The tea shofi small and crowded, much
like opium dens: the people lean and mis
erable, dirty and diseased. Children follow
with paper patches, tb written prayer
of aome mad aalnt or holy man, tied about
their eye and designed to cure them: old
men hobble by. one lose leg covered with
sorea or swollen bug- mith eiepfaaatiaaia,
LdLraicfae is beautiful and terrible.
Fatatcral mmi a WeddtaaT.
We aaw a funeral and a wedding at 1m.
raicba. Ia this sad country, as among all
Mobaaimedana, a man la hardly dead be
fore they bury him. Aa soon as tba grave
eaa be dug the corpse, first washed by der--rtshca.
Is takes on the shoulders of friends
and quickly ta the cauaic of weird chanting
bora to Lha grave- -
With no rood of tears and bo aftermath
of long extended mourning, a La Chris
tian lands, the body is conslgned to earth
and ' the soul that ha departed, to the
tender mercy cf Almighty God- Aa uu
invked piece of sandstone Is left to tell '
the place where do other dead may be In
terred, and If a relative wore a Jeleba cf
green or blue before the parting green or
blue or red i hi color still. Perhaps thl
is veil; th world ia Morocco is a poor
plao to livs In.
Tt was at evening that we saw tba wed
ding party. Th bridegroom, riding a heav
ily capiirisoced horse, went down to the
naTlis by tbe rirer to await the coming of
the bride, who canopy upon another horse
e could discern above tba bushes oa th
sand dunes, winding It way dowa ta the
opposite shore. For she was a country
girl who lived ia a village In tba red h!Ha.
Heavy lighters a ant serosa to fetch the
party and their borsoa. but bo previous
arrangement with tha ml, or captain,
seemed ts bar bee -s made by tbe bride
groom, for beor the bnde ia her little
tent was lifted from the bora into tba
boat, a bargain bad to be struck, a matter
vhich deiayed th crossing more than ba'.f
an hour. Evidently tba father of the lady
aa inclined to reserve for himself as much
of th purchase money aa be could, while
th crew cf tbe ferry, as ia customary,
would not accept ordinary fares for trans
ferring a aeddlng party to the other aide.
There were Ftorming and cursing when
it was discovered that L aa Infidel, bad
takea a snapshot cf the boat, and perhaps
unices the bridegroom is lew superstition
than most of hi oocntrymen, tba anfot
turat womaa stand a chance of be'ng di
vorced when tiro proves tht tie evil ey
l upoa her aa the remit of my presence
la Laralche on tba day she was delivered
to her husband.
Loirs Apostrophe to tha t ooatt-y .
1 think It is on of Pierre Loti a tale of
Morocco that th following vord giving
ta brief a complete picture of this striking
country ar to be found: "Fare-well dark
Mogbreh, empire of th Moors! Ma) at thou
Pmbably not oa aaoker ta a ferodred
who likes tb -real American ptp--4i
corncob I aware of th fact tbat who!
acre In Ohio and nitnoia. Missouri and
Nebraska are devoted to raising corn for
the especial purpnoe of producing cobs
suitable for fashioning Into pipe bowls, i
The grain Itself Is marketed, of course,
but tb cob on which tt grows is tbe real
harvest, and Is cut carefully Into proper
lengths, smoothed and polished, the soft
Inner pulp being gouged out by specially
It is possible to buy a set cf corncob ;
pipes, la a Beat cf six, with aa amber
mouthpiece, mounted in silver, that will !
cost as much as 17.5. Tb growing of corn
for cobpipe purposes and tbe manufacture
of tba pipe by machinery are the concep
tion of one of tb tobaoco treat's experts.
Tb corncob pipe to roc to every 1
country la th werld where snoa smck. !
and Is especially in favor ta Australia and i
Kw Zealand, where It la regarded aa
characterifticaily American, because It
suggests tbe idea of Tankse ingenuity. The !
oob itself la turned out ta such enormous
ui i am juw ujmusiTi, iiae me j
pipe fashioned from tha brier root, mot ,
of which comes from Bt Cloud la France
and from certain regions of southera Italy.
The brier ia tb favorite with Englishmen. .
who ar probably the greatest pipe smokers
la tbe world. Taken all ia all. it is tbe 1
best all around pipe ta use, and has aa 1
wide a variation la price as th meers- ;
chaura. whose costliness, by tbe way, may
be increased by the carving cf the bowl.
The principal Item cf expense ta the brier
is not ta the pattern of tbe bowl, but ta
the stem, which, if mad of rock amber,
brings the figure tip to tat or rL
Hera are two bowls of virgin brier and a '
Aock amber mowtbpieos eight inches long. !
worth 1258. Brier are carved with th '
same artistic skill as tha meerschaum, bu:
the greatest demand ts for the plain bowl. '
with either tba straight or curved mouth
piece of amber or 'vulcanite. There are a
hundred varieties of shapes, and tbe
majority of them ar the result of rug
geexioos of customer a large majority of
whom ar college meat, wishing a particular I
form for dass pipe, which tbe manu
facturer rurns out to order. As mors than
one pip has to be manufactured, tbe ahane
or peculiarity attracts attention, and a
demand is created.
Meerschaums still bold favor with Ger
ms smokers, and with Austriaaa.- Vienna
is tbe borne of the meerschaum, which is
b peculiar porous day, found only ta small
pockets. It waa discovered by a noble- i
man. who found a small. Irregular block of
what looaed like marble, but it was so light
in weight that be marveled. He showed
his find to a peasant, who said th sub
stance was extremely rare and was sup
posed to be aa oeeaa product "the foam
of the sea. The nobleman took tb lr- I
regular lump to th cobbler of tbe towa.
who aiso waa a magistrate, and quit a !
skillful carver la wood. It occurred to this ;
wis person that th "meerschaum- would
yield readily to tbe knif a and be proposed .
fashioning out a pipe. Tbe block was cut '
tats two parts one for hla patron and tbe .
other for himself.
When bis day's work was dose tbe cob- I
bier washed bis bands with great care.
still using tbe carving tools, so as not to
soil tba dead white surface of the clay.
When be carved his own pip be did not -taka
tb Uoubls to cleanse bis hands of
th wax ba used ia bis trade As a con
sequence his pip was waxy and oily on i
tbe surface, ajsd after be bad smoked a '
few weeks tbe bc 1 took en a delicate :
orange tu.w. which gradually deepened to a '
dark cbeatnul. Tbe aebteauaa a pipe re- '
snained while. Bo there was a comparing 1
of aolea, and tbat was tb origin of treating :
tb surface of the meerschaum with a ax, j
without which it will not color. Chicago ,
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When a girl didn't speak to a maa br i
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didn t toeeL ,
A woman has so much iniagmatioa sh i
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The aatisfsctery thing about making love ;
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GO Pianos at a redaction of $125.00 from regular retail price.
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For Each PWs riauso Sold 750 Poiata
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For Each Graavd Plaavo Bold 1.000 Folate
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Tbe Flaaoa and Orraaa will be (riven to tbe Chmrcb, School, bodg or Society aeeurlac tbe greatest
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the Entire State of Nebraska will on Dec 31, 1909, have a Piano or Organ from
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THINK OF IT! $5,000 Worth of High Grade Pianos and Organs, Pianos That Are
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And in addition to this lift of instruments we will effer reductions to the amount of
$15,000 toward the purchase of Pianos and Organs by SCHOOLS, CHURCHES, LODGES
and SOCIETIES who may not have been fortunate in 6ecuring a Piano or Organ Free,
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LAST YEAS WE GAVE AWAY TEN PIANOS ABSOLUTELY FREE.
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Cewacll Bluffs, la. Nor. 17. la.
Tbe Bennett Co. I reoelvwS tbe beautiful Kurumara
awarded to m la ycur lata contest. Tbs contest waa
absolutely fair la every way.
(Signed.) E. K- TO T.FH. Ttt Harrison fct-
Lexlagtea. Neb, Oct 11.
Tbe Bennett Co. Tb stonier aV Campoeu piaoo
awarded me la your suaele eoatest arrived Tkursday.
It ts a fti Uaslrumeet and I tbeak yoa for your splen
did present- (Signed.) MRS. J. E. LIXD.
Soutb Omaha. Neb, Oct. tt. lfc.
Tbs Bennett Co This la to ackaawledre receipt of
tbe rwcaard grand fiano whlra you swarded me la
your great contest. Words fait t erjireas any spere
ciation and rlrasure la lecetvtng uia beautiful ta-lU-uoiML
(Signed) MRS A C. IslILUtR.
II Kerta Twenty -second St.
Norfolk, JJeb, Jffoe X, '.!
Tbe Bennett Co. I received tbe beaauful Harvard
tea Occ 14 tbat I won In your recent ocrteet. Words
cannot express my ttanks to yoa for It. Toa did Jast
aa I said you weald In every aay.
(Signed.) . ilRa. L B SOVTHWICK.
411 South Fourtb ST.
Nel'.g Seb, Oct tJ. 1
The Bennett Co. I hae received tbe Bennett Ca.
plane ttt I won aa a prise is your oenteei. It Is a
lery c'.ce piano. Tbajuk you verv mu'h
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Woodbine. Ia Oct. Ji. l0a.
Tl.s Bennett Ce. Tbe Chlckenng grand piano wblcb
I era la your rtcent contest baa lea leoeivei. Every
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aa represented and I take great pleasure la recoia-tnetulii-g
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dase piano, (signed-) JflbS U1IJ.II hHVHA
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