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Centralia Daily Chronicle-Examiner (Newspaper) - January 14, 1913, Centralia, Washington eENTRALIABAILYeHRONICLE-EXAMINER UNITED LEASED' WIBB TELEGRAPHIC NKWS' VOLUME XXIV EVENING ALL LOCAt NEWS THATt FIT TO CENTRALIA, WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, JANUARY :NUMBER 2 FHAL 13th Slate Legislature Is Now In Full Swing BY ALLIES UNLESS PROPOSED TERMK ARE ACCEPTED UV TURKS WAR IS TO BE RESUMED nSKEDJY MIES PEACE TERMS INCLUDE CESSION OF ADRIAXOPLE AND AEGEAN ISLANDS TO ALLIES TURKS attack of walking typhoid, anil It is feared by his family that lie Is wan- dering around In a partially de- meiitcd Btato. Ackers is 28 years of dge and has a scar just above the right temple. A reward of has offered by the family of the missing man for information lead- Ing to his whereabouts. HALL PLAYER IS IN TROUBLE AGAIN Emil Frlnk, a former Chehall3 State league pitcher, was arraigned before Justice of tlio Peace P. C. Beaufort In Chehalfs this afternoon on a charge of pawning a revolver for which he hnd not finished pay- Ing. Krlnk was sent to Walla Wai- la a year ago for attempting to break into a Chehalia hardware store. He was paroled last summer ao he could play ball and it IB now probable that his parole will be revoked. SENATE IN COUNCIL CALLED KY THE PASHA TO DETERMINE QUKS- TIOX OF coxTixuixn WAR IN MONT1CELLO FIGHT. Martin W. Littleton and Rep- Jifferaon M. SMALL FUSS 'ATE APPOINTMENTS TO STATK OFFICES TO BE CONSIDERED JJV SENATE TODAY TO BE REPUBLICANS WITH PUNY AL- IN CHAIR WILL FORCE IS (United Press Lensed Wire) :LONDOX, Jim. II Notification today served on Hli Edward Grey (hut unless the peace terms ns proposed by Hie liiilkun allies are .accepted iiiiiimliiitcly, die present .armistice with Turkey will be lernii- :nntcd nnil tho war resumed. The pence terms of the allies include tlio ccssioii nf Adi ianople urn! the Aegean Islunds to the allies. Diplomats hero declare the situation to be very grave. The Turkish envoys are still hero awaiting advices from tinoplc, but it Is reported that they expect the wnr to be resumed. SUE IMMEDIATELY NO MOTION MANIFEST UNLIKE HOUSE OF REPRESENTA- TIVES, SENATE ORGANIZED WITH LITTLE FRICTION (United Press Leased Wire) LINES ON F1RSI DAY REPUBLICANS ix COXTROL or IIOTII HOUSES OF STATK LEGISLATURE BULL MOOSE WORK TOGETHER IN STRICTLY PARTISAN STYLE NEW AVOWALS com. in seconding the nomination of Taylor, formally announced the align- ment of a large majority of the democrats with the Taylor forces. But one roll call was necessary, tho vote being Taylor GO. Corkery 28, 'Furnbow 2, Masterson 1. Frank ,Sweet and Daniel Gllkey, elected on the progressive ticket from Pierce, voted for Taylor. Howard Taylor was escorted to the chair by tbo defeated candidates and the house then proceeded to the election ot a chief clerk with the re- sult given above. E. A. Sime of Jefferson moved that the the house of the 12th session-be adopted-as the temporary rules of the present body. This pre- cipitated the rules QKht over which the third termers have been caucus- Ing for two days. Murphlne presented the. resolu- tion as a partisan house measure of- fered by the bull inoosers. Ho twit- .tcd tho republicans upon losses tn tho ecent general election and attempt- d to draw an analogy botweea tho ght be was precipitating and that GAVELS EASILY HIRED PLIXY ALLEX. CHOSEN PRESI- DENT PRO TEM OF SENATE TAYLOR SPEAKER OF HOUSE OLYMPIA, Jan. accordance (United Tress Leased Wire) OLYMPIA, Jan. I 4 -With the re- with-a caucus agreement made b> i publicans in control of both houses the republican members of the state the 13th session of the Washington senate, which was organized at the! state legislature was convened at oifcning of the 13th session of the j noon yesterday. state legislature yesterday with Pliny i Pliny L. Allen of King county L. Allen as president pro tern, the was elected president pro tern oi the first real trouble for democratic con-j senate and Howard D. Taylor of tingent of the minority will como Lit! Eagle Gorge, speaker of the house. 11 o'clock today. I At no time in either house wero Contrary to the hopes of the dem- j tho republicans in danger of losing ocrats that the senate would not be control, although the bull moosers, able to reach gubernatorial recess j while taking occasion in their lirst appointments before Ernest Lister, I day speeches to talk about non-par- CONSTAXTIXOPLE, Jan. 1-1 'The Grand Council, called liy Grand Tlzlrr Knninll Pnshii to determine ns io whether or not to continue the -nnr against tiio Balkans, met today Tho strictest secrecy is being rrmiri- fnined regarding the proceedings. POLICE ASKED TO SEARCH FOR TWO MISSING MEN The local police department was today asked to keep a sharp look- out for. Peter A. Larama, who dis- appeared from Everett on December 31 and Charles E. Ackers, who was his last seen at Rosalia, Wash., home, on December 18. It Is be- lleved that both men may be in Lewis county. Larama, who. Is a logger, former- ly operated a logging concern a< HIghrock, near Monroe. Ho met with 'uc caucus Sunday extended to than merely voting for Taylor developed when Hughes, democrat, of Whatcom, announced that tho democrats in caucus agreement would vote against the amendment. Earle of King and Langford of Pierce spoke for the amendment. Childe of King was against the am- endment and accused the third termers of playing partisan politics. Murphlno closed the debate on his amendment. The roll call showed a vote of 41 for and 54 against the amendment. The amendment was declared lost and tho roll was called on tho origi- nal Sims resolution making tho rules on page 8.) ic necessity and proceed with the work In spite of the wishes of tho property owners. On February 4th the style of pav- ing to he used and other matters In lonnectlon with the Improvement will bo taken up and discussed by the property owners, Tho resolutiou providing for tho improvement will be published In the Chronicle-Exam- iner tomorrow. City Health Officer David Living- stone filed hia report for the mouth, just passed. Among other things ho announces 14 births and 9 deatl s. also reports that ho vaccinated 225 children at a cost, for material, of 136.60. W. J. Glover was given permission to vile building material on Tower avenue in front of the now concrete building he is about to erect for Jos. Robinson. The assessment roll for tho First street Improvement has been pre- pared and the city clerk was Instruct- ed to set a date for tho hearing of pny objections that may bo made to, tho acceptance of It. The sum of will be held from the contrac- (Contlnucd oa Pago Eight)
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