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'TIAWAI17W rrAETTEr TUESDAY,' JrARCTlv 3, 1914. SEM1AVEEKLY:
General Carranaa. Says Ho Is Not
j ; Responsibly; tA Vnited States
for Exeqxition.o William Ben
ton British Subject, by Order
of Villa in Mexico.
:.; Brought to Halt
Constitutionalist Head Also' In
forms American Government to
Deal Direct, with Him and Not
with. Villa , or- Othfer Subordi
nates - Commission Does Not
Examine Benton's Body.
WASHINGTON, March 2. :
(Associated Press by Federal
Wiwlt) No examination 1 w?ll
be wade of tho body of. William
Benton, the English subject. who
wan executed by order of General
VUl- at Ciutad, Jnarea, Mexico,
pending the outcome of an ex
change ' of notes yesterday be
tween General Carranza of the
Constitutionalists and the United
State. ', '
'Carranza 'a declarat ion that
England instead of tho United
States should deal W;th him con
cerning the death of a British, snb
jecty emipled with the broad in
timation by Carranaa that all com.
munjwations should be first ad
dressed to him instead of General
Villa or any other subordinate,
has interjected new eomplioatiens
into the investigation being con
ducted : by the state department
into the death of Benton.: -'.
Carranza 'g insistence that he.be
recognized' air the. leader of the
Constitutionalist party leads 'to
the belief here that a break be
tween: Carranza and Villa is de
cidedly imminent. It has been
known for some time that the two
leaders were on the verge of a
break and 'that 'Carranza has not
for gome time presumed to issue
orders to Villa.
COMMUTES NOT ALLOWED
TO VIEW BENTON'S BODY
EL. PASO, Texas, March 2.'
(Associated Press by Federal
Wireless)- The trip of the com
mission appointed to investigate
into the death at Juarez of Wu
Ham Benton and o examine the
remains of the slain British sub
ject, and which is composed of
tmo . American rmy; officers,
Charles Perceval of the' British
consular service and another Eng
lishman; was suddenly postponed
yesterday as- the members of the
commission were about to board
a trkin to carry them to the grave
od Benton. . : '
Col. Fidel Avjla, : commanding
the Juarez garrison, declined ; to
' allow the commission to even
board" the 'passenger train which
was. in. waitings -..-', '"
No intimation is given by Avila
.for his action nor did lie state
whether the arresting orders
came from Carranza or Villa. It
is generally believed, , however,
that the order were those of Villa.
Conjecture is rife as to the sig
nifieance of. the . refusal to allow
the commission to proceed after
they had been ?iven permission
by the rebel authorities. -
BUNAWAY. HOUSE HITS '
CAR AND IS KILLED
",.' (From Monday " Advertiser.) 1 "
A horse attached to I light wagon
became frightened at a pausing" fcnto
niobile on Waiula road wear Twelfth
. avenue- hortly 1for- aoou yester day
aud ran ay. The horse wm dritfon
by Cbini'ij whoiw nma could sot
b learned. ' 1
The ruunway finally collided with
Bapirl Tranait fir Ji.. llN. . The horse
wiia killed and the driver escaped' with
a few alight injuries. Ho wa removed
te hi home liar by. ','.' ,
.NEW. YORK, Mareh 2.( Associate!
Pre by Federal' Wlreles) A aorh
. pant storm; which tame first ea a heavy
rain- and latp turned into snow, hits
swept New York and- vieiMitj", almost
completely rutting off telegraph and
1 ... BOIES PENROSE. V
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HE HAS EViDENGE
Deputy Attorney General ' Will
. Tnrn Kellett Information Over
to District Attorney. : '
V.; (From Monday Advertiser.).
That ho had. eolJueted and atill . re
tailed in hi iH)fnioii evidence against
John It. Kellett, eergrant of dutectirea,
tending to connect the Joliee officer
with doubtful rclatioua with woineu ot
ookH tuHraiter, wat admitted Jnwt night
by Dcjiuty Attorney Ucnerul Arthur U.
nitq.- , , "
. Though he declined to outline the
aature uf.tho evidence, Attorney Hnlith
tated that it wan rh that further
artiou would como under, tho juricdiu
tion of the United 8tatei dintfict at
lorney's oliice. .' . ', ;
AsKed if he would' turn the inforhia
tion in hi poKKessiun over to the dia
riet ftttornoy, Attorney Hmith laid be
would willingly do so if it was request
ed by that oliice. ' , '
Attorney Bniiin atated tliat the fvl
denr was new, had not beou jiresented
at Kellett ' recent hearing before 'the
civil service coiimiiMBlun because of
ruliug of the comiuibeiou sad that he
had never turned the information over
to L'ity' Attorney Cnthcart or made its
nature known to the latter omcinl,'
; ; Though ' Attorney. Hiinth" remains
silent as to the information in . his
haudH, it 'Is known to others aud is Said
by them that among tho documents are
statements of two women of doubtful
character who tell of alleged unlawful
.relations with the poiire ofUriiil. The
namea of the women are withheld. -
Attorney MeCarn when asked last
night regarding the evidence . held ; by
Attorney Hmitli, stated that as soon
as aflair. of ids. office will pnrmit' he
will I'onter with Attorney nmith, pro
euro sue It evidence as' the latter, holds
and that if the evidruco warrants' he
will proceed with an hctioo against
Kellett. .: ; ; .'. ,
" " Ves, I have 'evldeaco in my nofies-
sion regarding Kellett," said Attorney
Smith iu UiscuMxing the iueidont. 'VI
tunuot teir you just whut it is but 1
may auy that it is of such a nuture that
action on it should come from the Uni
ted ftutes. district attorney's olli'i.
There is iio reason why Attorney lie
Cars should not have the information
1. posttws and X will turn it over to hjni
if he request it. 1 may add that even
more information couid be procured
agaiiiht Kellett but I haven't bad the
time to go out and cet it. ( ity At
tornoy Cathcart has never been in rjos
eoig:i of the evidence to which I have
reference and he does not know 'its
nature it has alw'uys been in my pos
session.'!'' .' '(
BOY KILLED BY AN t -AUTOMOBILE
..Information received In Honolulu
yesterday announced tho death of Wil
lie Tavares, an eight-year-old I'ortu
guese t)oy, at Hilo lat week. The n&
was run over by uu automobile diiven
by a Japtiuese woman. The accidfnt
liH''Oii.td. on the Ujlo sido of the Wgia
kea mill, Deputy Mierilf Mnrtiu and a
jurv eomlucti'd an investigation. ' '
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PILES CURED iN 0 TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMUNT io guaTantewl
U euro ny case of Itching. Ctlnd;;
. ikediiig or. rrotruUJng riles la 6' to
14 days or nibney rcdjmjod.-"- Mu Je by
' PARIS MEDICINE CO.,Saat Loui
. u.s. of a. ' : y - " .'
Fonner i United) Stas j foreiter
; i After Toga Wern byPemv- ;
i y ! sylvania Senator. .' ' '
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MILFORD, Pa., March 1 (Asso-
ociated Prees by Kedcral Wireless)
Uifford Pinchot, former. Unitoil btates
roreater, yestenlay announced his can
didacy for tho United States senate to
succeed Boies Penrose, whose : term
expire in 1015. Pimbot was the
unanimous choice of 4he Progressive
leaders of :Pcnnsylvania at recent
conference held in Ilarrisbnrg.
The campaign wi.T prove a suprome
test of Penrose's famous party organ
ization to which he succeeded upon the
death of. Matt tjuay and which he
strengthened that it was said of him
that ho "out-Uuayed Ouay in ability
as a o organiser." - ' . -
renrose went into . politics when a
lad and at the age of twenty-four. took
his seat for tho Hist time in the lower
house of the Pennsylvania legisature.
At the age of thirty-seven ue was
sent to the Tnited Si a tee senate by the
Republican party aad ia now. round
ing out hia third toria. '
With the passing of Senntor Aldilch,
Penrose encceeded to the leadership of
the majority party and the chairman
ship of the iwwerfu! finance commit
tee, his organising ability carrying him
over the beads or seven ailvor-pated
senators who had served from two to
sixteen, years, lpnger in tha npier bouse
than Had renroso and thereby smash
ing an old senate precedent. '
He first ram into. . national, prom
inence through his tilt with Senator
La Folletto over the tariff which fre
quently became bitterly personal. SiWe
tha Mexican traublon Senator l'enr'oae
has taken an active part in tho solu
tion of that problem, but. early in the
war stirred up a national, hornet's nest'
when he introduced a bill in congress,
for the appropriation of n,0fHi,iK)i)
for the sending of United States troops,
into the. southern. Kpubiie tor protect
American lives and interests. . 1 .
The greatest, test of Pen rose 's'pW
er came In 1912 when her was charged
with having accepted money- from the
Standard Oil. Company- far campaign
purposes 'and admitted, having 're
ceived $2',000 avit, to- him personally
by John I. Archbold, ",; ' ' , '
. However, in Pincbqt,,.wh6 - is ' five
year the junior of IS present Pflnnv
sylvania- senator, the latter will; have
a worthy opponent at the game of. or
ganizing. .Though nampcred by : an
Immense fortune left him by his grand
father, Pinchot, as yonng man, chose
forestry as vocation and after g reflo
ating from Yalo passed threa veari in
Prance,. tJwitserland,, Austria and. Gern
many studying hia profession, devoting
three' years in the Slack ; forest . of
Germany under tha severe tutelage of
German government instructors. ' ' ' ;
' ' Returning home he began to organise
young men in the study of forestry,
and,, by sheer Industry and Intelligent
study, was at tho age "of thirty-three
made chief of the Division, of Forestry
of the Department . of Agriculture in
which position he remained for twelve
years. or until 1910. In this position
he organised lumbermen, railroad- fend
other great industries which, threaten
ed, destruction of the national- forest
and. his influence penetrated to every
county or every state. -t , "
To farther demonstrate : hia powers
of organisation be baa been chairitaan
of the National! Conservation Aseocia.
tion since 1910; 1 a member of the
committee on organisation of govern
ment aeientile wrk, 'and has "held
many other ' important eommisalon
ships and chairmanships dealing ' witS
the great ' national problems 1 which
have constantly kept him. before the
puoiie eye. , . , t ' .
Cost olp Stoteik Kiss
on Island of Maui
Judg McKay Frowns on Young
Man, Creaaiog -Pretty Stranger
on. Wailnlsu Streets.
Tvfenty dollars Is fie,' pi( ' which
Judge McKay of Wailuhu, Maui, ffxes
for a stolen . kiss, . according - to the
Maui New a. David Kaina is the yohng
man who caused toe flung of the stol
en kiss tariff. He was standing 'oa
the Wailuku street near, t he lao staHleh
wIh'u a pretty younir maiden paiod
him on hun way hotue from her place
of employment-. The time-was about
six-thirty-o'clock in rha, evening. ,
Kalna became suddeuly imbued with
the idea that he must have a kiss from
the maiden and . began to suit lis
thought to aetioa. However, the mai
den objected- to, being caressed . in a
public street by a 'perfect' atranger and
resisted, but 'Kaiqa was persistent and
Bis npa met neM. ' , ,. ) '.
. At few miontfta Infer be met a nolle
man and then he met the police judge
pout artor iso luuer meeting no was
poorer by twenty dollars.
POLICE SAY riLIPIWO'
Police Offleer"ray rrsteVl a Pili;
duo named' Shimdn; Bito; yesterday1 at
wabiawia anfl turneel aim ovor.to the
local policy, to he held for " investiga
tion,, According io Gray the Filipino,
armed with a shotgun, weat ' to the
house of a Japanese., woman' named
Miaumo aud threatened, her life, The
woman 'a cries, for heln brouirhb Officer
5rny to Die aeene of the trouble. Jl
placed tbe Filipino., under arrest, liilo
is being held (tending the Qlllig of l
complaint to be sworn to by the Mi
iuuio woman.. , , .
Bich'tiv Falls 1500 Feet;- Bruised
Aviator Has M i raculo lis Escape
Am:i.lnV Hintorrritnlr ot Linroln Ho.aohoy loninnir the" loot
' Itiotoprnphcr Y,. V, AValln wliilv the lotlcr'was nloft 'with Silan
flyinj? boat.,. The' letters "Heaclicy" hcph in the picture are painted
chine and indicate that ho is just
Honolulu . Gift to Troop Z,
7Drth Cavalry, Will Be 5ent
; , to Schofleld Thi Week. "'
' ' (From Monday Advortiser.)
. An inventory of the books irrscn)ed
to Troop E. Fourth Cavalry, by the
people of Honolulu, was completed Sat-
urdar. It show that there are nine
hundred' and 'oighty-four (ook in tho
collection, and those who aided . in the
work of going over the vhhc pilo eay
that the eolloution of reading matter
already cmstitnte a a library of much
merit. . Though, no. effort was. inado to
place a-value -on the eolloetin, thono
familiar with tho price of aueh wu'iks.
as the collection; fdmpriscs stato thut
the books 'could not bo replnA'o.t for
lefn flfan Ll:"0, while some 'ot the boks
lirofahl could not' l socurjd unvwiwra
at ahv n'rire. " . '' :- , '
1 ' Tliti' W'Ork-of putting nnmo platen' in
f be' books, giving tho nnmcs of those
who desird to bave their nam en i Hnt
ed, Will. 'be completed early this weok
by The' Advertiser,- niid Sm soon there
afrer as possiblo the collodion will lo
shipHd by Tin Advertiser to Troop K
at rVhofield Karraeks ' with the coin
pllihcnts of tile peojde of Honolulu, who
feel that but for; thif fact that the
treopa cams tO'Honulnlu to aid in n. lik
ing the "nrfilvs! a success the troops
perhaps could have saved most of tho
library wkiefc ' -was destroyed in tho
Is)" that huptiened during their visit
In addltioh' to the eorleetiou of books
there nre several hundred inagnzineH
and' other interesting papers, which also
will be stnt to .Troop J5.
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: .' A tIFB SAVES. .;
"''If ia safe to say that Chamberlain 'a
folic, Cholera 'and Diurrhoea Kemedy
has sai'ed the lives of more people and
relieved more suffering than auy other
remedy in existence. Jt is known all
over the civilized World for its speedy
cures of cramps in the stomach,; diar
rhoea and all intestinal pains. For sale
by all .Dealers, llenson, Smith St Co.,
Ltd., agents for Hawaii.
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' Governor Tinjkliam is ' planning to
visit' the inland of. Hawaii to get in
touch, with. general conditions there. It
may be some time, however, before the
Governor will be. able to g(it;awnv on
Ibis trip) us h). Iwh on' huud a consid
erable amount of wurk , to., dispose of.
before he can begin making the round
of the different, island.,,' , . '
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rntcrinff into tho top of tho loop.
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gains Conti"oIJBcfor Crasli.
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' XST BAHUA RA, California; Mar-ih
3..(AociaUid Preaa by Fdorr' Wlrii
lesa) rajliAHfttew huhdred: feet when
somefhing went wrong just as he was
emerging from the coil of a loijp-th.i-loop
taken nt terrific eiK-cd. Lincoln
lJiiwhey, tho daredevil aviator, regained
control of hia biplane live hundred feet
above the earth, and just when the
denth of tho world's foremost aviator
hetunod inevitable ! ; ,. " '
A it reached the ground the machine
struck a tree, but IJeachey lea.od from
tlio iiiucfiiiin before the , contact and
sc:i;i )i with slight bruises. He picked
hinnclf up briskly after hi fall, and
viewed tho wreck of hi biplane coin-
plucently. He did not seem unnerved
by the terrible ordeal, but. Would not
too causes which caused, hia
. : Remark' of " Lucky Beacnejr and
"Lucky .Daredevil," which caught the
Hviutor'a cars when' the 'crowd which
hud. run to the niachinq after the fall
began o litter cougratulutiou, uettled
the bibbnan, however.' ' Y6u may call
It lin k if you 'want to," he spoke up
hngrily, 'f but it wan simply a case of
it 'goocr ibin hine and,' tho favt that 1
kept my luad and regained control even
though the speed I was traveling when
I came out of the loop , allowed ine
only a few econda in which to rifcht
myself, : It was not luck, but simply a
stablo biplmio and the wanner in which
it was handled."
lleuchey ha been looping the loop
since bint December when lie perform
ed tho feat tho first time at the North
Island aviation neM ' at San Diego' in
tho view of tho army aviators station
ed hero. He ha u record of seven
loops in succeRsion aiid this is his first
accident; -also the nios't ,serious of his
flying career. . Whilp Heachey. does not
deny that he might pcrbape be killed
soiuo day, still he scoffs at the idea, iiot
in a careless or bravado manner, but
to the belief that jflylng is now cpmt
jiirntively snfe if a good rtrong ma
chine is used. He blames the large
lixt of killed In the army aviation camps
a due to faulty inaihinc. , ;
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According to the Maui News, an or
nniuental and. roomy clubhouse with a
khinglod exterior hti just been com-
idcled nejr the. .Haiku station by the
1 1 uik.ii - Fruit, and' Packing Company,
4 lie coiiiiany ' large additional ware
bouse i also hearing 'completion, -
iover -Stn, Franciwo, takrn bj:
ChriHtoircrson in the lattorV.
on the top of Bcnchey's ma
. ,' . .
:y tenant-Commander Furen
f''fFrbm'' Mobday Advartlser.) ;
ubuc uommaiuler J, . jfurer ac-
eompilabedt an- engineering feaf yester
day that greatly resembled the time
honored' feat of- man trying to boiat
aimseii with bis boot straps.
'J ho great navy floating crane and
the one-hundred and ninety-ton cabtson
which is to act as the gate for the
Tearl Harbor drydock, were sent un to
Honolulu from Pearl Harbor to have
their nulla scraped. '-,.
"When the caisson was towed" to th
nooung Uoch it was found, that the
caisson's draught was twenty-six feet
aou inq not a a- capacity is only twenty
fpur feot. , In other words tha caisson
was two reet below the level of th
dry i Joe ic wben the latter was sunk t
'it regular workihir denth.
; 4ia dryiloxk afticiala were at a loss
now to overcome this twe-foot jiroblom
waen ommaBiier r'urer auggeated
aehemo that worked successfully. He
put theifloating crane on tho ; dock
arst; lasheil cable on the caiseon and
with the crane hoisted the caisson high
enough to overcome these two perplex,
ing feet. ' The caisson wa thon uft
cessfolly slid oa to the floatinir dock
where it ia now undergoing an over-
nauung aiong witft tho lloaUug erane.
vuiiiiimuuer rurer received manv
compliments on his novel and auceess
ful engineering scheme, especially as
" m cufBi-uy is ror a jaw io
lift and the caisson weighs 190 tons.
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in these days, when tha efflclnnev
fetich is so rampant, everything -in the
shape Of .a. 'record-breaking production
of somo -useful1 thing i of popular as
well as scientific Interest. This itartie
ular record-breaker la a' British short
horn cow of the name of Model Maid
in, the neighborhood of Bristol, bha has
just "given 2334 gallons of milk during
a perimi or twelve months. This ii
equivalent to., aotirething' over twenty
five quart a day,' including Sunday
and holiday. ' Obviously if our local
miiamen wouia take up a collection ami
import a couple of ; Model Maid's fe
male offspripg, a little . very amateur eU'
geuics would,' in another decade or two
solve the city's milk problem. A herd
of but fdur Madid Maids Would aupdy
a hundred fumilie 'with, their mormon
quart of uiifk thioigli winter a well
a summer. New - York Lveuing Post.
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former Official in ' Pbilippinct
Charges That Administration It
Using New Possession- as Pawn
in XJiplomatio pame .with Japan
Will Make Protest at Whit
Honae. . '
Will the Philippinet be nsed as
a pawn in the diplomatic game be
tween the United States and Ja
pan and, at the cruchl moment,
be turned over to thnt Oriental
empire aa a consideration, for tho
diHcontihuAiiee of the arrogant de
mands of Japan in Calif orniat :
Js the policy, of Bryan in -din- '
placinp: Americana, in civil 'office
in the Philippines by Filipinoa the
beginning of a withdrawal of
American rule in the Far East, to
end' with doors' thrown wide open
for the entrance of Japanese rulet
These quostioiis are answered
with an emphatie'yes'by an officer
recently removed-, by the President
and succeeded, by a Filipino and
who will within a few daya pres
ent his proteHt at the. White House
against what he callar tho de
Anicricanization of the Philipr
pines. For obvious reasons . tho
.deposed oflkdal' wonld not consent
to the use ot his name.
lie has served in the Philippines
since 1808 and was fori more than
two years on the firing line; j He
says that - tho removal . of more
than twelve Jinndred American
officers in the Philippines and re
placing ' them with natives is a
serious mistake and resented bit
terly by 'all patriotic- tituena in '
the Islands. It is the gencraf opin
ion that the cflursa of, the' adminis
tration ia part of, a well defined
plan1 to ' eventually witlidraw
American 'forcet fronTtle Philip-"
pines and tnfrif them over to Japan .
as" iV boTi tosttlOfhe California,
alien question, - and. amend for,
other a'lcRed. indignities accorded
the Japanese.. '. v " "
The speaker, who was a member
of ; tho . Thh-ty-Kixth Infantry,
known- as The-Suicide Club, has
no patience with the- turn that
government policy -in' the Philip
pines has taken. He says that Ma
nila is impregnable against attack
by the combined navies of the
world ; that it ia the crime of the
century to ?ivo to the- natives tho ,
administration at this time and
that the Philippines should belong
to the United Htates as an integral
part of its territory until tho end
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BAN FRANaBCO, ' February 20.
In pursuit of hia. Japanese wife, who, '
be claim,, ran away front-their home
In Honolulu, taking their two-year-old '
child, John Morgan, connected with the
Hawaiian . Construction Company, ar
rived bete yestenfay and taft'-tamed-iately
for WataonVitlo, whert'tbe woman
is said to have been located by the
police.'! ' 1 ,- "'
According to'" Detective 'Wislcbtchill
and Ha rronj Morgan cabled- about a
month ago, giving, meager details of
the alleged elopement and. a'skintf the
local depaj-tment to watch, the woman.
The detectives aay they, followed In
struction and ascertained; that Mr.
Morgan had been seen in company with '
a Japanese dentist in the vicinity of
Watsonvillc. ' . . j -
John Morgan was 'a. time . 'expired
soldier who was formerly with the
Knginoer Cori on Oiihil. , At one time
ho held a temporary ; poWtfloA k a
draughtsman with the Lord-Young En
gineering Company. Later hb Was em-
ployed by tho public Work- dniiartment
a an ioMpet-tor-on the'Waihaue wharf. .
' ' til (If f4 . f'fll ' (f I at,f,rf""""
(From, Mtn4ay" Advrtier.) , ;
J. Morol, a negro, wa arrested at
the notorlou ' Camp Nor 9' at eight
o'clock last night by License Inspector
Keunell for selling" lidupr without a ;
license.' It J a dull weeRln IHiliee
circles wheirt'aiup No. '8' doe' not ton-tribute'-
something '. toward,' JKilico. hap
Ist night Fennell ent one of hi
men into Morol' quaiter to p'urchano
a bottlo of wine. TH . officer gave
Morel a dollar, and in return receivod
a bottlo of wine but ao change. Fen
nell arrived oa. the scene whon the
transaction wa completed and plated
Morel under-arrest. Ho waa searched .
for the marked dollar without success.
On hi way to the police station Oflicor
Ocampo watched the man- closely,' and :
as I " ' reached for his' shoe O-ampo
grabbed him and found the marked coin
hidden therein. -' '..'"''.:
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' BRN'O, Nevada,' March 1 '(Asisocl-
ated Pre liy" T'odorttl' Vtrel,'iis)-i-Fonr
distinct eurthqiiake sttiich' wer. felt
here yesterday. No damage waa done
by, any. of the' teniblor, however.