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   Centralia Daily Chronicle-Examiner (Newspaper) - January 15, 1913, Centralia, Washington                             c tTNITED PRESS LEASED WIBE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS ;v. EVENING VOLUME XXIV ALL, LOCAL NEWS THAT'S PIT TO PRINT CENTRALTA, WASH1KOTOX. WEDNESDAY, .JANUARY IS, NUMIJER. BALKANS WILL RESUME FIGHTING Ground To Pi Under Wh OfTi BE NEXT SUNDAY UNLESS TURKEY RECEDES FROM HELIGERENT STAND RESUMP- TION OF WAR IS CERTAIN END OF NEGOTIATIONS CURTAIN WILL PROBABLY RING DOWN ON PEACE NEGOTIA- TION'S AT MEETING TODAY BIG TURK WILL IKAIMII, I-ASA, HOLDING OUT FOR PEACE SINGLE HANDED, .MAY THROW Ul> Sl'ONGE (United Press Leased Wire) LONDON, Jn. Turkey recedes from her lieligerenl stund, JJt appear certain that tlie in tho Balkans he resumed Snn- day. When thu Halkan envoys meet Ithis afternoon it may end the peace I negotiations, in which event the four j days time limit provided for iu [ho protocol would expire on Saturday. SAMUEL SUTTON STRUCK liY TRAIN AND INSTANTLY El) NEAR BRICK YARD. VICTIM ISJECAPITATED HEAD AND ARMS ARK COM- PLETELY SEVERED FROM HO- WILL HE HERE FOUND BHR1 GREW PASSING TRAIN CREW THOUGHT HODY ON TRACK WAS THAT OF NOTIFIED Samuel Sutton was struck and in- stantly killed.by a train sometime last night ut a point near (he brick yard in Chehalls. Ilia lifeless body STATE SENATE OATH ADMINISTERED TO ERNEST LISTER IN ROTUNDA OF CAP- ITOL AT O'CIXJCK TODAY BIG MMIML BALL TONIGHT TO BE MARKED UY IN- AUGURAL HALL WHICH WILL DRAW HUNDREDS INFORMAL, RECfHION FOLLOWING SPEECH TO LEGIS- LATURE INFORMAL RECEP- TION IS HELD (United 1'rc.ss Wire) 01.Y.MIMA, .fun. 15---Six stale of- llcials began their duties for terms of four pnoh today. One of ENTIRE RECESS LIST OF GOV. HAY'S ADMINISTRATION GETS VOTE OF APPROVAL, NEW CLUB ELECTED ANNUAL MEETING OP COMMEH CIAIi CH'H LAST XIGHT WAS DECIDEDLY ENTHUSIASTIC DEMOCRAT SIGHT VAIN DR. TITUS RE-ELECTED RISELAXD VOTED ON SEPARATE- LY, SAME VOTE OF 28 TO 11 WAS ORTAINEU IS NAMED TO HEAD CLUB FOR ANOTHER YEAR ELECTION MEETS GENERAL APPROVAL MOOSEFiS OIT LOSERS APPOINT COMMITTEES TAUNTED HY THIRD TERMERS RELATIVE TO ALLEGED AL- LIGNMENT WITH G. O. P. OLY.MPIA, Jan. a fight by democratic-members on the confirmation of the whole list of re- cess appointments, and later a fight RESOLUTIONS PASSED ENDORS- ING RECOMMENDATION E FOR HARBOR FORTIFICATIONS was found shortly after midnight by them, Mrs. .losephino Preston f o hy republican senators Nichols of a passing train crew. The men, stand ing on tho rear platform of the caboose, saw the mangled body lying on the track after the train had pass- Walla walla, H'ill he superintendent of public instruction. .The new fliils arc Krne.st Lister, governor; Louis F. Hart, Lieutenant governor; eci, but presumed at the time that it Kdwnrd Mcath, state treasurer; H. O. insurance commissioner; King, Tlrown of Whatcom and others on Fish Commissioner Riseland of IJellingham, the senate yesterday confirmed all of the 31 appointments sent to that body by Gov. Hay. Th annual meeting of the Centra- lia Commercial Club, held in the club rooms last night, was well at- tended and was a decidedlyenthus- iastic one. Officers for the ensuing year were elected, together with a board of trustees, -and an aggressive campaign outlined for 1913. LEWIS COUNTY1 ANNUAL REPORT PREPARED TO- DAY FOR GOVERNOR I1Y PROS, ECUTIXG ATTORNEY I1UXTOX REPORT LENBHTT ONE TOTAL OP CRIMINAL TIO.VS FILED IX LEWIS COUxV- TV DURING 1012 EVEN uflLFJMICTED CO OVER TO FIVE TO REFORMATORY AND TWO TO REFORM SCHOOL J. R. Buxton. former prosecuting: attorney Low is county, whoso eriu of odlce expired at midnight oa- Sniulny, today prepared his annual report of the work done in Lewis- county by tho prosecutor's office In the report to lie submitted to ;1he governor. The report is as In- Dr. F. G. Titus was re-elected as j president, J. W. Daubney vice pres-' as ls It shows was that of a calf. When the train Fi.shhacU, The consideration of the appoint- CONSTANTINOPLE, Jnn, 1C I The resignation ol Kainiil Piisha n.s [grand vizier of Tin-key is expected I as tile next development in tho JJal- kan controversy. .At a of i 'luhart, who In him notified Coroner j V. Tanner, attorney general, ami Sec- the republicans ami the democrats, nor and E. H. K ..Mulder. The cotn- The man's remains were, re-! retary of stale Hoivcll begin (heir !t ;llso offered the small bull moose stopped at tlio Chchalis depot, tho Clarl.e V. Savidgf, land commission- I mcnts, which was Facial business crew went back and found Button's j er; and Mrs. 1'rest......Clausen, suite, ror precipitated the first real M. F. remains. They notified Sheriff auditor, begins his socnud term. W.'partisan clash in tlie senate between Davics, Tlieodoi-c llofs. V.. K. Teach- ident. and John Field. treasurer. tn''u there were just criminal in- Tlie row board of trustees, as uameil j formations filed in county dur- last night, is composed of G. W. j Ins the year, of which number 2u re- sulted iu convictions when they camo to trial. Only one acquittal was se-, Iho grand council to determine as to l.'ivlu'lhor or not Turkey will continue Mhe war, Kaimil held out for pwice, L< standing practically alone against Mhe young Turks, who favor the im- recall of the- Turkish envoys London. LONDON, .Ian. allies, that the Turks merely are Bdrifting, without a fixed policy, have to end the seemingly debates and wire pulling by resuming military operations where inoved to the Xewell parlors in this nrsl elective term. Four of the nine city, where they will be held pending I sum, nflicials are residents of Tm-u- minority their first ctiance to at- tempt to "get even" witli the demo- niittee recently appointed to make up a list of nominations for last night's election was composed of Theodore the arrival of a sister from Baker City, Oregon. Sutton's body was horribly man- (United Leased Wire) gled. His head and arms were com-' OI.Y.MIMA, Jan. 2 o'clock pletely severed from the body, while j this afternoon Ernest Lister, demo- his chest and body from the waist up crat. of Tacoma, was sworn In a crnts for the support of Speaker H. D. Taylor in the house, j Senator llutchinson of Spokane, i who has taken upon himself practi- cally the leadership of the discontent- i ed moo.sery in the senate, was quick I to be the tirst to second the motion s made by Senator Collins of King to Hoss chairman; navies, Vic- they were left off more than a month "sate the circumstances that are known relative to the accident, and ,.ere covered with deep gashes. The i body was cold when found, Indlcat- succeeding conn, n, the recess appointments as ing that death had occurred several i J-IarIon K republican, of Spo- ''V Governor Hay. kane. The oath was administered! senator taunted the democrats concerning an alleged al- in the rotunda of tho state capitol llgninent with the republicans and hnilding by Judge Herman D. Crow, immediately democratic senators hours before. Coroner Newell went to Chehalis this afternoon to Inves- The Balkan kingdoms, moreover, re anxious to obtain relief from the icavy hnrdcn of maintaining armies on a war footing indefinitely. Wish- ng, howeverer, to observe- all dfplo- latic courtesies, they have given tho lowers a reasonable time to agree on he note regarding Adrlanople and o -present it to Turkey If Turkey, as seems prohahle, falls to yield to .he note, the Balkan kingdoms have igrcetl that they will call another sit- ing of the conference through Sir idward Grey or Rcschld Pasha, who ijcording to the: rotation followed, vould be the next presiding officer, ind announce definitely their deci- sion to break off negotiations. he will decide later whether or not an inquest will be held. Sntton was 36 years of age and until Christmas was employed as a donkey engineer at the local mill of the Salzer Valley Lumber Co. He was raised by F. A. Degeler, who has charge o( the fruit department of the Southwest Washington Fair, hav- ing made his home with the Degelcrs In this city for years. He has a sis- ter, Mrs. llatlie Uostwick, living in the newly elected chief justice of me Washington supreme court. Governor Lister and the members lor Jackson. Guy .Muck and R. E. Teachnor. '1'h re-election of Dr. Titus as the president of the einb inoets wilh gen- eral approval and is an endorsement of the present policy of the club. Under his guidance the club closed a successful year January and the criming year will no doubt prove just as successful. After his election last night Dr. Titus made a few hort remark in which he relt- torated his belief in the ability of were on their feet making objections the people to develop this vicinity to the confirmation of the appoint- ments and urging delay in considera- into one of the richest farming com- munities in this section of the tioh of them until after the inaugiira- cific Northwest. Ic asserted that of his family arrived in Oiympla last tion of Ernest Lister, governor-elect. Ins hol.by this year will be the amo mght. The legislature, meeting in "The democratic governor has as last, namely: the advancement of Joint session in one of the lower hall-j the declared Senator Metcalf the small fruit and berry Industry, ways, was present when the oath of of Pierce, "to nil all the offices with Short talks were also made by the office was administered. The new democrats If he so desires. He can new vice president and members of governor then read his speech to tho j all these appointees out of of- tho board of trustees. A vote of assembled solons and the crowds that lice, demand their resignations nnd thanks was extended to I Timner- packed th-: hallways. After this an put, in democrats if he so wishes, but informal reception was held in front for this senate to fail to confir cured, that of Dr. Johnson. f liaker City, and the funeral arrange- of the executive ofilces, where Cover- would be to cast a s'lur'upon such ments not be made until after Lister met the crowd as It pass- men as George Lee and Harry Wilson. her arrival here. Mrs. Degeler stated today' that Sutton left yesterday for town to sell some potatoes. She expected Tmecliately afterward the Servian, hlm night, and left a light nulgarian and Montenegrin com-i Burning for him. This morning the nanders will notify Turkish head- juarters-that hostilities will resumed within 96 hours. tie (Continued on page 4.) light was still huruing. Mrs. Deg- eler way grief stricken inform- ed of Sutton's death, as she regard-, cd the man as one of her own family. The deceased man was unmarried. ed out of the building. question is whether wo want to man. John Denedict and M. W. Dauhney, three retiring trustees, who by their own request were not re-elected, for tho work done by them while members of hoard. the 1912 That the work of tho club may be Mr. Lister went to the wharf at 1 show the people that we have confl- o'clock to meet the Incoming hoats dcnre In these men." from Seattle and Tacoma and afier- j Senator White, democratic more effectively carried out during ward headed the parade to the capi-. leader, urged the substitution for the the coming year, standing commit- tol where the formal inauguration motion to confirm of a motion to tecs were appointed aa follows: took place. Tonight will be the In- postpone consideration until Tuesday Finance: E. E. Teachnor, chair- augural ball at the Temple of Justice next, when It ho made special order, man; Mayor II. W Thompson and' the first unit in Washington's new He declared he had nothing person- Theodore Hoss camtol group. The ball will he tho al against any of the persona named _____________ most elaborate social event of tho for nubile office who were then un- (Contlnued from Page four) -Nineteun cases were dismissed, whlto one defendant died before his case, rame to trial. Four cases are still pending, one appeal having been tak- en. Of those convicted. IT were sent to the state penitentiary at Walla Walla, five were sent to the state re- formatory at Monroe, two were sen- tenced to !he state training school in Chehalis and one served out his sen- tence in the Lewis county jail. Tho report in detail is as follows: To the Governor of the Stato of Washington: I have the honor to transmit to you herewith my annual report as prosecuting attorney of Lewis coun- ty. Washington, for the year 1312, as required by law. as follows: The following informations were, filed hy me during the year :i I 2 In. the Superior Court of Lewis County, and disposed of as herein shown. State vs. Alfred Maxwell, Robert Connellan and CHarles Maxwell sent to penitentiary and dismissed as to others. State vs. William Dlsson, pass- Ing worthies State vs. William Dolph, assault in second degree- sentenced to penitentiary. Stato, vs. Adelbert li. Clnrko mnrdrr In first degree sentenced to penitentiary for life. Slate v-3. W. A. Roney. assault in second State vs. J. Chambers, grand lar- to penitentiary. Stato vs. Fred Seefrar, carnal (Continued on Page Seven)   

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