Algiers, January 25. - The town is quict today. iAfbout 10,000 people witnessed the funeral of those who were k'lled during the recent rloting. Tlieir rem'ains were interred in the Ohristian eemetery outside the to-wn. but on retuming there were rene'wed onstratioiis wii'u the usual cries. The ïnob attacked au omnibus, npni which two Jews were riding. Xliey were badly bea'ten and stoned. A few oiher Jews were similarly maltreated. Ohebalt, oue of the Jews who was sto-ned, died t'onight. His skull -v. is Cractured. Today S0 of the rioters weTe condemned to terms of imp'isonment v.u-ying f rom thvee months to a year, and ome, who Was eaugflit in the -act of pillaging, was sentomced to live years in prison.