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Blow Up Powder Magazine and
Kill Many, But Fail in
FIGHTING ALL DAY .ND NIGHT
Prinze Constantine Leads Troops
In Desperate Attack-Note
xr Federal Wireless TttesTapa.)
ATHENS, January 29. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Anticipating a
of tho Balkan-Turkish armistice,
tho Greek army, Crown Princo
commanding, attacked tho Bisanl
fortifications, throo miles from Janlna,
yesterday, blowing up a powder magazine
and killing mnny Turks... Tho flght.
tag lasted from early morning until
LAST CHANCE TOE PEACE.
(Hr Federal Wire!e Telecraph.)
LONDON, January 20. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) The Joint note of tho
Balkan plenipotentiaries declaring tho
Allies -would terminate) tho armistice
with Turkoy Immediately, unless the
Porto makes a conciliatory movo forth
with, was handed to tho Turkish pcaco
delegates hero today. Envoy Novako
vltch, of tho Servian delegation, per.
sonally delivered tho noto to Bcshid
GAEIUSON MAKES SORTIE,
(fly Federal Wireless Telecraph.)
LONDON, January 20. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Tho Times says a. re
port is current that Sou Giovanni Do
Modua was rooccuplcd by Turkish
troops of tho Scutari garrison, whllo the
Montenegrins wero celebrating tho orthodox
Now Year, and that tho Scutari
commandor no longer flies tho Turkish
flag, but only tho Albanian flag.
Mutiny In tho Banks.
VIENNA, Austria, January 29. (By
Associated Press Cablo to Star-Bulletin)
Koporta havo reached this city
that tho Turkish army in tho lines
Tclmtalja has broken out into open
mutiny. Abuk Pasha is said to havo
taken an araiv corps and to havo start
ed toward Constantinople, with tho
avowed intention of avenging tlio murder
of Nazim Faiths, his worm friend
and companion of many years. Abuk
Pnshn, lias been commanding tho fourth
RUIN EXPORT THE
WASHINGTON, January 30. (By
Associated Press Cable) Mombors of
tlio houso of representatives wero
rather Btnrtleil hero todny when Hep-
rcsontativo 13. G. Humphreys,
of Mississippi, introduced a bill
which provides for tho taxing of all
exports .nt tho same rate ns tho duty
now imposed upon all imports.
PROTECTION FOR SEALS.
WASHINGTON, Jnnunry 29. (By
Associated Press Cablo to Star-Bullo-tin)
The houso committeo on fisheries
today approved tho President's recommendation
that the Unitod States
a closo season of five- years on
tho seals that inhabit tho Pribiloff Islands.
It is probablo that tho measure
providing for this will become, a law.
(Bt Federal TVlreleai TelecTanh.)
WASHINGTON, January 29.
to Tho Advertiser) General investigation
of tho compensation to bo
paid railroads by tho government for
transportation of mail has bcon begun
by tho joint congressional committeo
selected to investigate that question in
the lust session of congress.
FOR TIE DEMOCRATS
(By IVderal Wireless Telegraph.)
TltLNTON, Now Jersey, Jan.
unrv 20,-(Special to Tho Ad-
vortlser) "La VoHottc tho
mnii who nlwnyg knows what lio
is tulkiug about."
This was the trlhulo paid
horo to Senator It. M. La Vol
lotto, of Wltcnnalu, today, by
Woodrow Wilton, following lili
declaration lnut night t Allan-
tic City tliHt he favor! pro-
preitlvpltm, irraaportiiii of
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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY. JANUARY M. WEEKLY.
Sam Gompcrs Berates Society
Women Who Seek to Better
(I)r Federal Wlr1n Telecraph.) '
NKW YOHK, Janunry 29. (Special
to Tlio Advertiser) Bitter denunciation
by 1'rcslilent Samuel Uompora, of
tho American Federation of Labor, of
tho proposed compulsory arbitration
law market!, tho session of tho con
vention or tho .National Civic .Federation
In tho presenco of many society women
interested in social work, Gompcrs
dubbed tho society workers "dilettantes
and faddists who go In for
and slumming expeditions and
then walk on tho other sido of tho
stroct from theso people.'"
"Wo do not intend to consider,"
Gompcrs said, "and to permit tho enactment
of lnws limiting and preventing
tho cxcrclso of rights endowed on
us by God and nntnro and country. I
ngrco that it is dcsirablo to prevent
strikes, but 1 do not think you will
cscapo thorn by making perfectly normal
conditions unlawful. You may
compress steam for nwhilc, but later
you will havo nn explosion."
TO BE lillESTIGBTED
(lit- Kpderal Wireless leirsTtph.)
WASHINGTON, January 20.
to The Advertiser) Tho Interstate
Commerco Commission issued today
tho formal order for the inquiry
into tho affairs of tho American
and Telegraph Company.
Tho investigation was recently transferred
to tho commission from tho department
of justice by Attorney General
Wickcrslmm. Tlio commission has
not yet set dates or places for tho
(Dy Federal Wireless Teletraph.)
MOSCOW, January 29. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) An insano painter
named Unlashefl today entered tho
Art Gullery nnd smashed to
pieces tho famous painting by Kepino,
representing Ivnn tho Tcrnblo murdering
his son with an iron staff.
llalashcff is wealthy. Ho was apparently
sufforing from religious mania,
lio was placed under observation.
NEW PROPOSITION TO
PENSION OLD OFFICERS
(Ilv Federal Wireleai Telerrnph.)
WASHINGTON, Jnnunry 2'J.
to The Advertiser) Tlio Town-send
bill, to place, on tho retired list
of the nrniy nil Union ollicers in tho
Civil War nt of tho pay
they wero reccivilug when mustered
out, will bo considered tomorrow by
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mv Dtimiu imuwirj uuuirM I'uililllllicc.
Friends of tho mensuro liopo to havo
it ordered favorably reported by tho
SANTA MARIA AGROUND,
LOSE.- PART OF CARGO
(Ilr Federal Wirelen Telecraph.)
SKATTLK. Wnsbineton. Janunrv 29.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Tho oil
steamer soma .Maria, bound Irom Ban
Francisco to Seattle, which wont
aground yesterday nt Point Partridge,
Whidby Island7 during n fog, was
pulled off at high tide todny apparently
uninjured nnd procecdod to this
port. Part of her oil cargo was
- (Br Federal Wlreleu Telexrapa.)
HOVER, Delaware., January 29.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) WiHard
Saulsbury, Democrat, was todnv
od United States senator from Delaware
to succoed Senator Harry
BARON KAT0 IS NAMED
AS FOREIGN MINISTER
in7 Federal Wireleis Telecraph.)
TOKIO. Janunrv "9. fKnn.lnl tn
Tho Baron Taknako
Knto, hitherto Japnncso ambassador to
Great Britain, wns todny nfllcinlly
iiominatod Japaneso foreign minister in
tho cabinet under tho premiership of
l'rinco Tnro Kntsnra.
LEFT TD HIS FATE
llndly injured and unublu to glvo hli
iiuiuu iu uiu poiuo, n Juiwiiii.o was
found last uu unner Nuuuuu n.vo
nun, jut Mow of tlio car lino,
uml aunt to the (JumiiiV Hospital for
Otllcor Kollwt a iiifonmxl that u
iiihb wm lii,' nuur tlia nlduwulk ut
tl lorallty iiuiiiaI mid uw prouiptly iet
uut lo 'J'uti Jutiiiu was
found lmil iiiiMmasloua Hud hflilly
H lut4 nilbar aiawM to tlm
aide ol l,v rust or MiWu ihiv had
-i low i luff. AUiut iku rar iraak n4
hour tun lujurwi mail vai MatUvod
i cin.idcrahlf uuko gtaaa, wklk lit
iHjiiid Ulit mm frwiu ua autosUU
"rr I'liiliou wu Hal uut 4irtly
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tuna ty auwMaa aa4 laI la bU faia
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Suffragettes Choosing Martyrdom
o .o o o 0
Go to Jail and Threaten to Starve
HKi 1 mil " L ' 'tHfflfiHHif'y
MISS OIHUSTOBEL PANKHTJBST,
Tho militnnt suffragette leader, for whom Scotland Yard men aro searching.
Mlv Federal Wlreirm leiecrapn.)
LONDON, January 29. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) "Not ono cont of
tributu will I pay to a man's
This was tho stand taken by Mrs.
Flora Drummoiid, militant suffragette,
when convicted of disorderly conduct
and malicious destruction of property
and fined $10, in tho Bow street polico
court hero today.
Other BUirragottos under similar
charges announced they would take tho
came stand. When ordered to jail for
fourteen days, Mrs. Drummond declared
she would instltuto a hunger strike,
even if the striko resulted in her death.
Other suHrngcttcs concurred in this
plan, unless they were clasi'od us political
Suffragettes last night continued
demonstrations throughout London.
Acid was poured into a score of lottor
Fisnerman Kills One Son and
Then Himself But Other
(Dy Tederal VTIrelesa Telecraph.)
LOS ANGELES, January 29.
to The Advertiser) Merrill
fifteen years old, is dead today,
shot through tho head by his father,
Car! Jorgenson, aged years.
Jorgonscn then committed suicide
by shooting himself, after ho had made
nn ineffectual attempt to kill another
son, Curl, eighteen years old.
Jorgcnscn was a fisherman and the
shooting occurred aboard his launch,
tho "Thor," in San Pedro harbor, lato
According to tho son who escaped,
Jorgensen had been drinking heavily.
CAVALRY AND' MOROS IN
BATTLE, MANY WOUNDED
WASHINGTON, January 29. (By
Associated Press Cablo to
Jho war department today
from Manila details of the
fought with tho insurgent MoroB
of Jolo by a detachment of cavalry.
Four, members of Troop M of tho
Eighth Horso were soriously wounded
by tho bolomcn and may die. Tho
fight followed nn ottnek on tho constabulary
by tho Moros, who cut up
tho local force badly, wounding several
of them ami, it is reported, killing ono.
IN SUNKEN VESSEL
S? Jft 9! - 9fC SC ift
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph)
HAVIli:, Jniiunry 29. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Twenty-six of
tho crow of tho (lermuu bark Pan-
ganlu perished ytuterdny when
that vessel wim sunk by the French
st ivn in er Phryuo In tho English
The vessels collided iu a foe- und
tlio I'angniilu nuk to rapidly Unit
only four of thosti aboard wero
iitvott. Tlio l'li r no w badly
BELIEVE PLOT AGAINST
laajwdiur in barga Ub1m ut tbx
t'Mitaot NlaiM iHtifliKrolltw rvi Ur
I Maidastlay aw iuvMllgatW of au
alUgial aitaH by a Jaiiaawui la m
aufl a itlftum brl4, vbu waa at tk
, Maw liU al ki laiutigmllau tlaliuu
, It l M lb JaMMMr fat al a
wl IUia44 lb aaaauli
Ilia uMrUI bliv. Ia MlaaitM U il
ut a plul U) "aliu ilatMa" I- r
boxes. All windows in Oxford and Ho-pent
streets Wire Lonrdcd up todny, tho
shopkeepers anticipating another window
smashing . campaign tonight.
Alter the conviction of Mrs. Drummond,
thirty other suffragettes wero ar
raigned for malicious destruction of
property. Lach waa given tho nlterna.
tive of paying a $10 fino or spending
two weeks in jail. All preferred jail.
As the women loft the court each do-
alio would not eat a morsel of
food during incarceration.
Miss Sylvia Pankhurst, daughter of
-Mrs. Pankhurst, tho suffragette
leader, did not appear in Bow
street court today. Sho was arrested
with Mrs. Drummond last night, but
later was released on her own
und under promise of good behavior.
Scotland Yard dctoctivot arc socking
Miss Christobel Pankhurst, another of
Mrs. Emoiino Pankhurst 's daughters.
LEADS HBL STRIKERS
Marches at Head of Picket, But
Escapes Arrest, Though
Friend Is. Fined.
(By Federal Wireless i'elecrapb.)
NEW YORK, January 29. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Miss Fola La Toilette,
daughter of United States Senator
B. M. La Follctto, ef Wisconsin,
and Miss Youngor, a wealthy San
Francisco woman, aro working hard in
tho interests of tho striking garment
workers. Lato yesterday Miss La
led a parado of girl pickets,, but
escaped arrest when nine of the
marchers, including Miss Younger,
wero taken to court and fined two dollars
Although Miss Younger insisted sho
had nothing to do with the parade and
was corroborated by Miss La. Follette,
tho magistrate refused to remit tho
Hone of nn immediate settlement of
tho New York garment workers' striko
was abandoned today when some jof
tho clothing manufacturers refused to
abido by (ho terms agreed upon by
representatives of tho employers and
ALL IN LINE AGAIN
There aro hero who
havo seen tho gloom and cheer of tho
old days when they startod up tho
game of waking up tho West, a-doing
of their best, and even now thoy want
to do tho same. Thero nro
hero who aro bound to raise a
cheer in Honolulu's weok of Carnival,
and they show thoir mighty vim In a
manner wo can't glim, though wo try
to boost our Islands' capital.
liOIdtiuirrB nnd uewromcrs aro alike
n.wolcomo hero on tho occasion of tho
biggest, best nnd brnvost of tho year.
When tlio celebration hits
tho town wo own, there will bo no
groator, stunt pulled off than tbo Elks'
program ttlono. Ou Bishop street, within
that lot iu front of the Young Hotel,
there'll be u show called "Roaring
Gump," which will bo great and swell.
All people who havo joy In mind will
Hock to sen tho show, und you can bet
your prccloua life they'll havo a jolly
Also a paper will bo print divulging
an me or wnai is none Iu this
hern town caiiccriilnj: ptonlu'i act.
The Camp will l u "Itoarer" surat
'(will Iki a hot ahaltantr. ami folks who
Munot gt lo t will baar its pralaas
anj. 'l'li a rhyms alumM read at
MauiiK," of coHMa, but what r vre
for rnyifl. a lou as wa aro aura to
iwv a rauiaaiutf lima.
VMIa tbataanlcaa ImmmM f Iba Mt
vnr ! tlte f4wal avlWriliaa ajia
8 wmUt of atM imittmi ut WalaVlM)l
in wWtt tlarair
iBELESS GROWN STRIKE GEOTAIN
FBR KOKO HEAD Mf
Most Powerful Station in the
World to Be Erected by
(From Thursday Advcrtisor)
Tho most powerful wireless station
In tho world will bo completed on tho
ltland of Onhu within a year by the
Marconi company, according to n
mado by N. H. Slaughter, resident
cngincor, who nrrivod yesterday
irom Now York on the Manchuria to
install tho plant. Part of the machinery
for tho two stations which will
form tho sending and receiving plants
is on the way and much of the equip
ment is now oeing asscnimou in
Tho company will Install its receiving
plant at Koko Head and tho transmitting
stntion at Knhuku. With
theso two high-powered stations the
will maintain continuous
day and night, and every day and
night iu the year, the plans having
been prepared with a view to preserving
a non-breakable systoni with equipment
which will render tho best scrvico
under tho worst possiblo conditions.
Seven musts, each threo hundred
feet in height, will bo erected at Koko
Head, nnd thirteen of tho snmo height
at tho Knhuku station. The aerials
will extend over a distance of a ciilo.
Tho power plant nt Koko Head will
bo independent of Honolulu electric
power and will glvo tho engines n
forco of two thousand horsepower.
"Our stntion in Honolulu," said Mr.
Slaughter, who is stopping at tho
Young Hotel, "will bo the largest in
tho world nlthough tho Marconi com
pany is planning stations for other
parts of tho world which may, in tlmo,
i-AL-i-i una uuu. .ii is ucsigneu lo connect
Honolulu with San Francisco for
a continuous twenty-four-hour Bemco.
"Part of our equipment has already
been shipped from Now York. Within
:i month 0. II. TnyIor, tho English engineer,
who is in gcnoral charge of all
the Marconi high-power stations, will
bo hero to look over tho situation.
Meanwhile wo will havo surveyors at
work nnd nil tho leases and land matters
connected with tho installation of
tho plant will bo ready.
"Wo expect to make n feature of
prompt scrvico. In other words to
havo messages on their way immediately
and delivered to tho addresses within
tho shortest possiblo space of time.
Wo will havo our land tolecraoh lines
connecting tho stations with tho town
JAPANESE RED TAPE
Detective Chief Still Waiting for
Chance to Bring Absconder
Back from Kobe.
It is almost as difficult to extradite a
criminal from Japan us it is for tho
proverbial camel to pass through tho
eye of a noedlo,Nnccording to thoso who
uro seeking to havo O. T. Chong, defaulting
cashier of tho First National
Bnnk of Hawaii, returned to Honolulu
Thoso interested in the caso expected
the prisoner, in chargo of Chief of
Arthur McDufllo, to arrive horo
on the steamer Mongolia last Tuesdny
morning. Instead, came another letter
from McDuffio saying that he was waiting
instructions from the Jnpanpse government
as to whether that government
would recognize the extradition papers
forwnrded to Washington.
In the moantimo Chong is believed
to bo safo in jail nt Kobe. McDuffio
is also at Kobo and is keeping in as
closo touch as possiblo with tho prisoner.
From what can be learned Chong is
using some of the $51,000 he is accused
of having stolen from tho bank in securing
comforts for himself while in
gnol, though he is not believed to bo
resisting extradition. Tho delay, it is
said, is due entirely to tho almost endless
red tnpe and diplomatic methods
used by tho Japanese government in
investigating tho credentials of
and passing on tho extradition
papors for Chong forwarded by tno
States government. This tusk .may
be accomplished nt any timo now, it is
belioved, nnd Chief McDufilo and his
prisoner may arrivo hero early next
WILL SEE IF FILIPINOS
Bishop Snmucl Fallows, "D.Ti., presiding
bishop nnd president of the general
council of all the Reformed Episcopal
churches in the United States nnd
Canada, passed through Honolulu yesterday
on tho Mnnchurlu on bis way
to tho Philippine. Ho will remain
there about two months, and will make
n general Inspection of religious,
political and penological conditions,
l!iicio Fallows is especially
Interested In penology through being
president of the board of managers of
tbo Illinois Btnto Reformatory, a position
he hna held for twenty-one years.
lie list been president of the Western i
Uiilv.'rtlly or Illinois, lie wants to us
certain public opinion In Ilia
as to b queatiun of Philippine
independence anil to learu wliethsr
Ibis may b dona lininadlatal or at
soma rwiiola time, During Ilia Oivll
War lie was chaplain of tbo
Wlifonsln vouuler and was
(blnf nf I ha Grand Army I
lb In 100741.
J'rni I. WaWraa, r U VIJrn
l'rttr. I'i yatn4y rr Uu mala
l Ut aWaat ttial waaXa
Inter-Island Reject Proffer of
Harbor to Help Select tho
HARBOR ATTACKS COMPANY
Walk-out "Inevitable" Js Report
from Captains Last Night-May
(From Thursdny Advertiser)
Prom nil thnt could bo learned of tho
nttitudo of tho captains and mates in
tho omploy of tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company last nlnhf .i
tho attitude of tho officials of tho com- '
pany, a strike on the part of tho
will bo fornmllv .1nio..i i.
tho end of the week, very possibly today.
Just what preparation tho com-
.imuu id meet tuis threatened
StriKO When it cnninu in ,. .l-n-ii-i..
known, but that tho Inter-Island will
uut uo lounu so
completely at tho
merCV Of itq n...l .i At.-
t mo ns it wns a lew months ago, when
tho first striko occurred, may bo taken
ns cortaiii. Yesterday Inter-Island
stock bids wero nt 150, ten points
Tuesday's offers and fifty-two
the last recorded sale.
HlventH Tnni'nd rnni.li.. ......1..-1 mi
.limn.,,," " .I.. '?JL-?'':a'Ml.UUI: X"
., V . "."" Kuiiipuny mot ond
to refuse explicitly to confer
with tho members of Honolulu Harbor
in the matter of dismissals for cause
and declined the offer of the harbor to
"arbitrate" in tho matter of dismissals.
The harbor, through its committee,
consisting of Captains Tullett, Oness
and Olsson nnd their logal advisers,
Tudgo Humphreys and C. W. Ashford
held n conference, the first fruits of
which wns tho issuing of a letter ad-dressed
to tho public, warning travelers
of nllcirnrl (inmlUlnnB nlmn.J 41... T-
vessels. Later, a reply to
...t iuiiuujr'B iciier was prepared, tho
terms of which roply aro as bitter as
could well be-penned.
No member of tho committee would
make any formal statement for publication,
but there was no hesitation
nmonc thorn nhnnt anvinir !,.. n .n.
out on tho part of the captains and
mates is inevitablo and will como at
Company Refuses Domands,
ITollowiuir a mppHnrr nf im
Island directors yesterday morning, tho
.vu.....,, iuli iv.io bcul 10 ine committee
of tho harbor:
"Gentlemen: Thn 1tnnrl nf ,i;.nfltn
of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Coninanv. Limited, nt n mpntinn ....
mlly called .for tho ptirposo, has given
most careful consideration to the communication
of your committee, dated
January 27, 1913, and addressed to us
by authority of a resolution adopted by
your harbor on that date. In that let
ter ana resolution you request "us to
nuur uiio un agreement witn your harbor
and with its present and futuro
members during tho lifo of such proposed
agreement to tho effect that no
member of your harbor shall against
his will bo dismissed from employment
by this company unless (1 by order of
tho United States Inspectors empowered
to net in tho premises; (2) the party
SOUffllt In 1)P tllflmiaflPil almll nilmif lm
justice of his dismissal; or (3) such
uiiBsui suuii uo npprovea Dy arbitrators,
ono qf whom shall bo appointed
by tho harbor, ono by this company,
and tho third in such manner as might
bo provided in such proposed agreement.
"Tho communication Toferrdd to
practically constitutes" a domand that
tho company bo compelled to keop in
its employment mnBtors and mates, unless
thoir dlschargo be peimitted by
others than officers of tho company.
No refinement of tho language of tho
resolution of your harbor, or tho let-
fnv nt mnv .nmrniU.. l.Kn.1 Al.
can lead to any other conclusion.
uuo uiscusston and deliberation,
tho directors of tho company feel
that tho demand mado by you cannot be
acceded to, and will briefly state their
Duty to Public.
"As a cornoration. trip. Tntnr.Talnml
Steam Navigation Company owes a
uij iu uuiu ua siocKnoiucrs ana tno
public. Exorcising, as it does, powers
of a quasi-public nature, the duties
owed to tho public should be and aro
paramount, and! any rights tofwhich tho
stockholders might otherwise bo entitled
Rhnnld bp RPt hnlrlp ivliA.A ot.Uf
observance of them would conflict with
uie rights of tho public. Where, however,
a given courso of nctlou not only
satisfies responsibility to both stockholders
nnd the public, but is of such
a nature thnt failure to follow it could
rightfully bo treated as n violation of
duty to both, wo feel forced to ndopt
that course, .
" Waiving any rights of any nnturo
whatsoever which stockholders jnay
huve, It seems to us that wa could not
curry' out our obligations to tho public
by permitting your harbor to Insist
upon its demands. Tho negligunco of
n innatAp ni it n ninfA lAtnlllii,. I..
damage to person or property, is in law
u.Miuuiuuiv I" 'lu luiiilMiliy. 4110 SalllO
npitllirnnen. In lump ..m1.II.. .....
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vlfifl. la llV tllA lillldlfl Hrll,iiil.tA In
tho company. For lujury, wither to a
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JIMIl.tMIIII 4HUIFIHMUI Uf fU 1 U pUUIIO
uanerullv. tho comnanv. nn.l lh
puny nlona, is huhl iiipUHiljii, u
(Continued ou I'urfa HU )
PIU CUKRD IN TO M PAV9,
J'ASJO OWfMWNT Ii Btiaranlro.!
.uiu my vuto of Iujii; if(Ut,
UhmllNg ur I'rstrwdliig pilw i o to
M 4yerifHiiwy rfHwJt,j. nl hj
ulteaai . iM&tiiisMi. h