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VOL. XVI. NO. 24.
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BRU SH BEGIN
Gain of More Than Half a;
Mile Is Reported South of.
Souchez River Where Bat
tle Raged on 2 Mile Front.
brother of the noted
Irish Nationalist and
himself an Irish leader of prom
inence, killed in Flanders.
CAPTURE OF TOWN OF
LENS IS MADE EASIER
Powerful Counter . Attack on
Six Mile Front Is With
London. June 9. (I. N. S-) Field
Marshal Hais switched his attacks
from B-lKium to the Arras tront last
night, gaining more than hall a mile
This new success for British arms
was ennour.ceJ by the war office to
day. The assault was made south of the
Souchez river over a front of more
than two miles.
At .i number of places along this
wide fighting line the Biitish smashed
their way into German trenches, in
flicting heavy looses.
This sain for the British is putting
the L,ena sector of the cJerman line In
the shape of a salient, which will make
the capture of the town easier for the
The war office further announced
that the O .mans delivered n. powerful
counter attack over a six mils front In
Belgium, but were unable to regain
any of the ground so brilliantly won
by the British on Thursday.
NEEDED IN NEXT
Subscriptions Must Be Made
at Rate of $1 per Day for
Every Person in U. S. in
Order to Meet Loan Total.
EXTRA PRESSURE PUT
ON TO COMPLETE FUND
Secretary of Treasury Mc
Adoo Says Loan Has Not
Today Last for
To Get Permits
Snbjects of Countries at War With
America Must Have Card Be
fore Seven Tonight.
At 7 o'clocktonight the bars will be
up. All alien"" enemies found within
half a mile of the Armory, or of tiie
Clackamas camp who are ' unable 'o
produce a permit will be summarily
arrested. The offices of the United
btates attorney. United States special
agent and United States marshal will
be open until that tin to take care of !
the men affected by the president's
proclamation, who have not yet pro
cured their permits.
About 800 men already have obtained
the necessary permits but there are
those who were denied the permits,
their number will not be disclosed.
They will traverse the restricted area
at their peril.
"Not a single man in Portland af
fected by the proclamation has faliel
to present himself to be recorded in
iiorordance with orders, Mr. Reames
EODND DEAD IN
AN OLD WELL
Mrs. J. Holland Keet Faints
When Told of Discovery of
Body of Child Missing
Since Decoration Day.
MOB THREATENS TO
HANG. MEN SUSPECTED
Positions Are Consolidated
London, June 9. (U. P.) The
counter-attack stage was reached by
the British advance in the Ypres
Wytschaete s-ctor today. All through
the night 'the victorious Tommies were
busy consolidating their new positions.
The "Ypres salient." now wiped out
Iri the British advance, was formerly
Washington, June 9. (U. P.)
hundred million dollars per day for
the next seven days, or at the rate
of $1 per day for every person in the
nation that Is the amount needed to
meet the Liberty loan. Extra pres
sure was put on today by treasury
workers to preach the loan gospel and
to swing subscriptions well above the
$2,000,000,000 mark In the allotted
This pressure followed announce
ment by Secretary McAdoo in New
Orleans, that, contrary to the impres
sion in some quarters, the loan is not
now over-subscribed. This impression
apparently has caused a slackening of
contributions, but government offi
cials are confident that America will
meet this first war loan freely and
fully as a demonstration that Amer
ica's purse is in the fight against a
SECTION CREWS AND
OFFICE STAFFS AID' IN
LIBERTY BOND SALES
0-W. R, & N. Expects to
Complete Its Quota of
$250,000 in Subscriptions.
(Concluded ou Pane TUree. Column Onei
RECEIVED BY THE KING
IN PRIVATE AUDIENCE
Brother of Famous Irish
Statesman Succumbs on
Way From Front.
'If We. Stick Together Only
One Result Is
Declares His Majesty,
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Democracy Wins Popularity I
London, .lur.e 9. 1. 1. N. S. )
General ' Juhn J. Pershing's
ft democratic manner is captivat-
lng all British 'people with t
whom he tame in rcntact. The
first inciden occurred when he
spoke to a member of his hon-
orary guard and asked him
where h had been wounded.
Upon arriving in London i
Oenfrr.l i'cryhins? insisting upon
& shakir.g hands with the engineer
of his special train, despite the
fact that the engineer's hands
were covered with oil and grime, -fc
London, June 9. (U. P.) A United
Plates army mission, headed by Col
onel Bker and composed of nine other
officers, arrived in London this after
i.oon to study war conditions.
The American f.rmy officers arrived
with Arthur J, Balfour, returning from
his trip to the United States, and were
,met at the station by General Per
ching. The mission is composed of Colonel3
Graves, Summerall, and Aultman;
Lieutenant Colonels Ely, Anderson and
Cheney; Majors Sirnonds and Ellison,
ii nd Captain Quekemyer.
Colonel Banker explained that the
officers expected to learn as much as
rossible as quickly as possible in Eng
land and France. They will then re
turn to the United States to aid in
tie work of instruction at officers'
London. June 9. (U. P.) Major
general Pershing, comander-ln-chief of
By William Plitlip Simnjs
With the British Armies in the Field,
June 9. (U. P.) William iiedmond,
Irish Nationalist leader, brother of
John Redmond, died in an ambulance
today while on the way to a hospital,
back lrom the firing line where he
Redmond had been serving as
major with the British army. Tha
j fact was pointed out today as illus
trative oi me periect limurnimnuu
between all who are fighting England's
battles that Major Redmond died in
an Ulster ambulance, manned by the
very men against whom he and his
brother, John Redmond, have been
waging bitter political war for years.
The two Irish factions are fraterniz
ing on the battlefields as never before.
William lloey Kearney Redmond,
brother of John Ed war J Redmond, has
ucen u member of parliament from
Ka.t County Claire since 1892. He was
born in IStSI and was a barrister.
San Francisco Gaining
San Francisco, June 9. (P. N. S.)
With more thn $3,000,000 added to the
Liberty loan as a result of yesterday's
effort, the drive for San Francisco's
$42,000,000 allotment was continued to
day with new enthusiasm.
To date, subscriptions aggregating
approximately 133,000,000 have been
reported. Thousands of small sub
scriptions have not been totaled up,
however, and it is confidently expected
that these, together with the new ones
obtained during the next five days, will
mean substantial over-subscription.
Heir to Millions Was Killed
Soon After He Was Kid
Springfield. Mo.. June 9. (U. P.)
Fears that a lynching would be the
climax of the Keet kidnaping case
should the place where police hav
hidden the seven suspects be found
were heightened this afternoon when
the authorities announced that little
Lloyd Keet was not only murdered
but he was tSirown alive Into the
abandoned well and left to drown.
Fair Aviatrix Drops
Liberty Bond Bombs
Banks Have Subscriptions
New York, June 9. (I. N". . S.)
Secretary McAdoo's announcement
that $700,000,000 is needed to com
plete the J2,000,000,000 Liberty loan
centered attention here today on re
ports that many banking Institutions
have millions in unannounced sub
The government has urged that
these subscriptions be announced and
a flood of subscriptions running into
the millions is expected.
Los Angeles Needs $6,000,000
Los Angeles, Cal., June 9. (P. N. S.)
AppVoximately J14.000.000 of south
ern California's allotment of $20,000.
000 'of the Liberty loan issue has been
subscribed, according to campaign of
ficials today One of the biggest single
subscriptions to date is that of tb-
western division of the Santa Ks,
which took $1,000,000 of the bonds.
Officials and employes of a local bank
Two hundred and nineteen thousand,
five hundred silver bullets, massed un
der Liberty bonds, have been piled up
by the aggregated forces of the Ore
gon-Washington Railroad & Navigu
tion company for the aid of the United
States. To this within the next week
they expect to add another $30,000 or
$3a,000 to complete fully the round
allotment of a quarter million.
In the subscription list the entire
force and personnel of the railroad
are represented, from the humblest
section hand to chiefs of departments
and the subscribers number over 2000.
The bondbuyera form Into a cosmopoli
tan body, and among the most liberal
subscribers are Greeks, Bohemians and
Japanese. Some of these, after cogitat
ing over their first venture into gov
ernment securities, returned for a. sec
ond block. Even the Japanese, apt
students in financ. now inject Into
their tracltlaying Jargon the subjects
of "blocks," "holdings'' and "the bond
Gratifying to local Liberty bond
committees is the announcement that
the O-W. R. & N. subscriptions will be
credited to the northwest, but that
as a matter of course, Portland will re
ceive the greater ratio. The credit o
Portland will, it is expected, exceed
In securing the subscriptions the of
ficials of the O-W. R. & N. literally
took off their coats, and through a
perfected organization covered everv
portion of the system. The effective
i:ess of their wok is manifest in the
BABY LLOYD KEET, murdered by kidnapers, and his
mother, Mrs. J. Holland Keet, wife of a millionaire
banker of Springfield, Mo, The 14-months-old child was
kidnapped from the home of his parents while they were at
tending a dance. Next morning Mr. Keet received an anony
mous note demanding $6000 for the return of the youngster. A
number of clues were followed without success.
Springfield. Mo., June 9. (I. N. S.)
The body of "Buddy" Keet. 14-month
old heir to a $3,000,000 fortune, was
found in an abandoned well behind the
deserted Crenshaw mansion on the edge
of the city today.
Mrs. J. Holland Keet, mother of th
child, fainted when the news was con
v-yed to her.
The Crenshaw mansion is said to
have been used as rendezvous by th
seven suspects under arrest on a charge
of conspiracy to abduct rich Springfield
men and women and hold them for
ransom. It is eight miles from the
Keet bungalow in Meadowmere.
The discovery of the body was made
ust as the parents were waiting for
confirmation from Sparta of a report
that the child had been recovered there
Hews Spreads Kapidly
Like wildfire the news of the trag
edy spread through Springfield. Men
left their work and armed themselves.
The guard around the Jail where
the suspects were held was Immediate
The hopes of the mother were it
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Kansas City, June 9. (I. N. S.)
Miss Ruth Law, famous aviatrix, ar
rived in Kansas City shortly before
11 o'clock this morning, having made
the flight from St. Joseph, Mo., a
distance of 7a miles, in 5S minutes.
Miss Law circled over the business
district, dropping her Liberty bond
"bombs" upon the heads of thousands.
Miss Law leaves tonight by train
for Hutchinson, Kan., from wheieshe!
will make a flight over th
and Oklahoma oil fields.
Watch It Rise
(Concluded on Page Three. Column Two)
Kaiser and His
Have Close Call
4 Amsterdam. June 9. (I. N.
. S.) The kaiser and Field Mar-
j shal von Hindenburg are re-
ported to have had a narrow -fc
i escape from death when Brit-
t lsh airmen bombarded Ghent on
Monday. The Telegraaf today
prin-ted a dispatch saying that
five soldiers were killed within if
He 200 yards of the war lord and
his chief aide. Ten airmen took
jjt part In the raid.
Liberty Loan Facts
THE WHOLE COUNTRY HAS PROSPERED IN THIS WAR
- The reports of our national banks of March S, 1917, showed a total
of 15,737,969 deposit accounts. This is an increase of 1,449,910
since May 1, 1916 (10 months).
It is significant that 1,258,691, or seren .ijbths of this increase,
was reported by the country banks, indicating the wider diffusion of
the wealth of the country.
A comparison of the enormous rise in price of wheat, wool, hides,
barley, hogs, livestock, sugar, copper and petroleum, during the present
war, shows the extent to which the Pacific Coast district has benefited
directly from the war.
Business prosperity in the past two years in the United States has
by no means been confined to the manufacturing districts. It has
spread to nearly every kind of business we have.
Every person who has prospered because of this war should con
sider it an absplute duty to deyote a part of his increased possessions to
the protection of our country's ideals at the present time.
BUY A LIBERTY BOND TODAY AT YOUR BANK
AT THE DEPARTMENT STORE, AT YOUR POSTOFFICE
(Ooneluded on Par Three. Colinu Three)
New Anesthetic to
Save Soldiers Pain
XUsa Morgan Would Have Xt Included
la Kit of Every Soldier It Can Be
New York, June 9. (U. P.) A ne
anesthetic, which soldiers may apply
themselves locally to a wounj and
which will deaden the pain, will be in
the kit of American soldiers n France,
if the American Defense society has its
way. The new pain killer, which -was
described by a speaker before the Ro
tary club, is the invention of Gordon
Kdwards, a San Francisco lawyer. He
could not get the United States army
to take his invention seriously, but the
French army took it at once, and has
found Is very successful. The new
anesthetic Is composed of quinine,
hydrochloric acid and urea, and is
sprayed on a wound by an atomizer.
It stops pain for three hours. Miss
Anne Morgan, It was declared at the
Rotary club, is backing a movement
for its inclusion in the American sol
WILLAMETTE RIVER TO
REACH 24.4 FT. STAGE
BY NEXT WEDNESDAY
Hot Weather on Upper Co
lumbia and Snake Causing
Rapid Melting of Snow,
DEATH LIST 816
Employes of Speculator Mine .
Near Butte Caught in Trap'
When Quantity of Tar Be-' ;
44 BODIES RECOVERED.
BY RESCUE PARTIES
130 More Men Imprisoned in
Shaft Believed to Have
Butte. Mont . June . (U. P.)
Forty-four bodies have been recovered ;
fiom the Speculator mine near here,
w : ii h was swept by underground fire
rly this morning. Out of 415 men In
.hf mine at the time the fire broke out.
more than two thirds are unaccounted
for. Officials fear that 170 men ara. .
The fire, which has been raging In
the mine eince midnight, began when
a powr cable carrying a high TOltag
current struck the level, igniting; soma
tar in the I400 foot level. The fim
spread quickly to the other levels and
resulted In spreading of burning gases :
to the adjoining Diamond mine.
Rescue cars are being rushed from -Linings,
Mont., and points In Colorado '
to the scene, far No. 5 Is expected by
noon, but car No. 2. now In Colorado,
will not arrive until late tonight.
b;Ute has one of the best rescue
organizations in the country and wltn .
federal aid It is hoped to save many
of the entomted men.
Xecape of Ken Cat Off
The fire started at the 2400 foot
lex el of the (speculator mine and
spread quickly to other levels. The
(CoDtlniwd on I'.i:. Two. Column Tbrwl
WILD FL01RS WILL
1 IN DECORATING
FOR ROSE FESTIVAL
Twenty-five Bands Will Ap
pear in Parades and in
Concerts in City.
100 SPEAKERS BEING
ENLISTED FOR WORK
FOR RED CROSS FUND
J, C. English of Campaign
Committee Hopes There
Will Be No "Slackers."
Sen Iran Cisco. June 0. P. N. S. ) State
ment of condition of Federal Reserve Bank o(
V'rinclaco, close of buatnesa June 8,
Gold cola and gold certificate
In own vaults
Ia cold settlement fund
In gold redemption fond
RAtHrrinv's arranrt total for
Tha tta.t outdid of Portland 1.566.700
Total for Portland 2,844,660
Saturday's Portland subscrip
Saturday's outside subscrip
Days left to subscribe 6
Total gold reaerre .$21,072,000
Legal tender notes, silrer, etc. $ 115,000
Total reaerre $21.1S7.O0o
Bills discounted (membera) $ 930,000
Acceptances txmant 10.132.uoo
Total bins on hand $11,041,000
United States bonds owned 1 2.461.000
I", s. certificate of indebtedness. . . 4.O43.O00
Treaenrr notea 1.500,000
Municipal warrants &O8.000
Total earning accounts (19.553.000
Federal reserr notes on hand. 2,943,000
National bank notes and notea on
other federal reaerre banks 277.000
Orerdrafta ( member banks 4,000
Net due from other federal reaerre'
banka (collected fnnda) A.Q3O.000
Exchanges for clearing boose 672.000
Transfers bought 8.150.000
Other nncolleeted Items 3,573,000
All other resoorees 125.000
The Willamette river wil, reach
24.4 foot stage by Wednesday
This warning was sent out by the
weather bureau today following re
ceipt of temperaturejp from Inland
points. " r
Boise hal 8, Baker 84. Mcdford 91
North Yakima 82, Roseburg- 84, and
Walla Waha 86.
In nil of these points tributaries to
the Willamette and Columbia rivers
are affected, and the melting snow will
undoubtedly cause a rapid rise in the
At Portland, the Willamette stood
at 21.5 feet, a drop of only one-tenth
of a foot having been recorded in the
past 21 hours.
The rivers rose at all other points
where stations are maintained, though
the raises were slight.
The 24.4 foot stage will put the
river up to within a little over one
foot of Front street, and swells from
passing river boats will undoubtedly
wash over the pavement.
Front street is completely sub
merged at 2S feet. A stage of 26 feet
will submerge the lower end of the
city from Ankeny street north.
Andrassy Fails to
Zurich. June (TJ. P.) Emperor
Charles has asked Dr. Alexander
Wekerle to undertake the formation
of a new Hungarian cabinet, accord
ing to dispatches received today from
Premier Tisxa resigned several
weeks ago, and reports at that time
indicated that he would be succeeded
by Count Andrassy. Later it ap
peared that Count Andrassy had been
unable to obtain a ministry which he
felt would s irvive the present mud
dled political and economic situation
Portland people are taking no
chances on Old Sol and his attitude
toward the queen of flowers, the rose.
Kntry blanks filled out and received
at Rose Festival headquarters show
that many people are plannig on using
Scotch bloom, lupins and the myriad
other wild and hardier flowers for
their decorations in Frlda s floral
The effect of the weather on the
rose supply has been anxiously
watched and. while Indication are that
there will be thousands of well de
veloped buds, the profusion ro happily
had last season undoubtedlv will not
Banker Will Appear
Gus Moser, director in t harge of the
floral parade, has accordingly issued a
statement to the public calling atten
tion to the wild flowers available and
suggesting that they be used to ad
vantage In filling out wherever possi
ble, thus leaving the more perfect buds
for the festival center exhibits.
Arrangements were completed today
with the America Federated Musicians
for tha use of 25 bands during the big
parades and also for concert work at
arious parts of the city. M. w.
Plerong. director of amusements, ban
died the arrangements.
Headquarters Arc Busy
Hundreds of other details are re-
reiving close attention at festival
headquarters. E. E. Ijirrlmore. preai-
rtentof the Rose Festival associatioa
and 'his staff put in a busy morning
und will undoubtedly forget their Sab
bath vows in their anxiety to be ready
t.nd waiting when the covers come off
Tho corps of volunteer workers la
increasing daily as the festival fever
hits and spreads and the mass of work
Jelng put away la amazing.
The program for the week will be
complete late this afternoon.
Under the supervision of J. C. Etig
lish of the Red Cross campaign com
mittee, more thin 100 of Portland
mcsi giru-a ana influential public maa
aro oelng .organ
ized as a speaker's
luireau to conduct
a vigorous Inspin
ORDERS TALK AB
NAVY SECRETS ENDED
Employes of Department Are
Warned Not to Discuss Af
fairs With Outsiders.
I Ion tl campaign
during Na t 1 o n a 1
Ken ( ross weec.
"It is going to
be no light tank.'
said .Mr. English
this morning, "to make the people of
Portland realize that this National
Ked Cross drive Is only second In Im
portance to the actual enlistment of
soldiers,. Also that It Is a duty and a
privilege for each to give gtnerou'.y
accordlng to his or her means.
Patriotic Spirit Aroused
For those who are too old or too
young to fight or are incapacltate.1.
the Red Cross offers an opportunity
for patriotic service and the call Is
imperative. Our government must have
an abundance of Red Cross supplies
and equipment to follow the army and
nary to the war, and money mi:st be
given freely to meet this need and to
keep a steady r.tream of Red Cross
supplies moving towards the front.
"Through our big corpa of speaker,
we want to carry this message to
every man, woman and chllJ In Port-
(CowloiVd on Pag Three, Cotanm Fwr)
On Tax on Autos
Capital paid la $ 3.044.000
I'nlted State government deposits. 14,084,000
una to memoer oanaa (reeerre ac
ueaniers- ana ewer cnecks out
Other eolleetion Items 3.04 ooo
11 other liabilities .- 187.000
Total liabilities SOO.6S0.0O0
Corporal Is Killed
At Training Camp
Washington. June 9. (I. N. 8.)
Corporal Hugh W. Wyae, aged 25. of
Philadelphia, a member of company M.
Third Pennsylvania infantry, was shot
and Instantly killed In a camp near
here early today." 4
Sergeant Frank Dalley, 23. of Phila
delphia, surrendered himself later to
his fellow guardsmen, declaring he
had ahot Wyse accidentally. Dalley
claims that while he was cleaning; his
gun. which he did not know was load
ed. it was discharged.
Mackinaw Costta; XM Than tSOO to
Pay $fl; store Expensive to ray
About 1 Par Cent.
Washington, June 9. (U. P.) A
new tax on automobiles was agreed
on by the senate finance committee
today. It amounts roughly to a 1 per
cent levy on the selling price of ma
chines. The tax Is expected to raise
between $35,000,000 and S40.000.000.
Following is the automobile tax
schedule adopted as a substitute for
he section tentatively approved sev
eral davs ago:
On automobiles costing 6500 or less,
$5; between 1500 and JT50, $7 50; be
tween $760 and $1000. $10. and for
each $500 In cost over $1000. $5.
The committee relieved all confec
tions from the tax. dropping J 13.000.
000 In revenue thereby.
It placed a levy of 1 per cent on
every 10 cents charged for admission
to cabarets or other similar entertain
ment. The committee adjourned until
Monday without taking final action on
tha newspaper tax.
Rate Cases Decided!
medmctloma Are Ordered rrom Padflo
Cat to Z land Empire, Though JTot
to Bxtemt That Was Sought.
Washington, June t. (WASHING
TON BUREAU OF THE JOURNAL.)
The Interstate commerce commission
In the northwestern salt rate cases
today ordered reductions from Pacific
coast cltlea to the Inland Empire,
though not to the extent that was
Traffic organisations of Portland,
Seattle and Tacoma were com plaln
anta in these cases, the Portland In
terests being represented by Attorneys
Teal and McCulloch.
Salt Air Interests were also covered
by today's decision, the commission
sustaining rates now existing out of
Salt Air aa to port cities. The com
mission found future rates unreasona
ble to tha extent that they exceed class
D rates and ordered reductions to this
basis on or before August 16.
Sinking of Fishing
Ships Is Protested
Chrlstlanla, June t. (I. N. 8.)
Norway has aenverea a strong pro
test to Germany against the sinking
of fishing ships in tha Arctic, it was
Washington. June . (U. P.) So
serious apparently has become the spy
menace in Washington, Hecretsry of"".-'
the Navy Daniels late this afternoon
Issued the following general order
designed to prevent "Information most '
laluable to the enemy and which might .
f rove dijastrous to the navy." from '
,e.i king :
"The department has reason to b- ..
lieve that information of a character
nioi.t a! uable to the enemy and which."
mlirht prove mrt disaatrous to tha.
n.-.vy. has in some wsy, reached th'
"In view of the strenuous effort
that have been made to prevent tha
dissemination of such Information, th
department believes that In practically
every Instance this bas resulted lrom
certain Information being given r
spoken In the presence of a close rela
tie or friend, who. falling to appre
ciate the gravity of the offense. Inad
vertently transmitted it Into the hand
of those who most desired to obtain It.;
families Considered O aside
"The department has on previous
occasions endeavored to impress upon
everyone the urgent necessity for car-
fully guarding against the d'.saemlna- .
tion f any military Information which
could possibly be of value to an enemy.
The situation at this time U entirely
too grave to permit of a continuance
of present practices in thia regard.
"Of f i era, enlisted personnel ' and
civilian employes, are therefore direct- r
ed not to dlJK-uaa any question relat
ing to the disposition, movement .or
proposed movement of. naval or mili
tary forces at any -time, except of
ficially, either among themselves or
with any person outside the naval serv
ice. It should be clearly understood
that families and relativea are to be
conaldered aa 'outside' the naval
Tlolatloas to Be Xoportod
"All persons who attempt to ob
tain prohibited Information from per- :
aons in the naval service should Ue
regarded with suspicion and reported
without delay to the proper author
ities. "Those to whom a knowledge of
violation of this order comes shall
consider it a serious official duty to
report the matter Immediately ta tb
navy department for disciplinary' ac
tion. "Thia order ahall be read to th
crews of all naval vessels and ahall
be posted In conspicuous places on
board all ships of the navy. Chiefs '
of bureaus and commandants of navy -yards
will see thst It is brought to
the attention of officials, naval and
- Eeports a Shock
Morton. Wash., June . An earth-(
quake shock was reported at Randle '
thia morning at 6:10 o'clock. Dishes
rattled and one houae was endangered.
Morton and vicinity felt the shock dis
tinctly. Thia is the second shock r
, ported at Randle in recent month.
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