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   Centralia Daily Chronicle-Examiner (Newspaper) - January 17, 1913, Centralia, Washington                             [J LKASKD WI VOLUME XXIV FRIDAY', JANUAItY 17, 1913 WEN SCAFFOLD French President Elected Alter Hottest Fight In History a OVERCROWDING STAO1XO GIVES WAY SEXUIXG TWO MEN TO DEATH ix icy WATERS FOREMAN HO THEM WERE 1'AINTINO BRIDGE FIFTY- FOUR FEET ABOVE WATEIt -r- ORDEREl) OX STAGING TO SAFETY CRIES OF "OH, MY GOD" AS 1'LAXK CRACKS AX1) VICTIMS SINK TO RISE XO MOJIE (Uy Frank I-olz) II. S. MacVanc, foreman, and A. A. Palmer, painter's helper. were drowned at Wednesday after- noon in tho Cowlitz river at the new N'OEthorn Pacific railway bridge ov- er that stream four mllea south of Little Falls. It seems' that after a 2-I-foot stag- Ing plank was already supporting four men, foreman MacVane ordered a fifth man, one Harry Neileon, to also take a place on the already well loaded plank. To this Nollson ob- jected, .whereupon .MacVane became angry and with curses again order- ed Nellson to get on the plank, say- Ing that bridge- had to be painted and there was no time to spare. N'eilson, filled with misgivings, it made a detour of other stag- ing planks swung below the bridge before venturing upon what ho con- sidered the safest end of the plank In riiiestlon. At this juncture, ac cording to the men manning the plank, foreman-lIacVane armed wltl a scraper, began a vigorous scrap ing upon the Iron work of tho struc ture, which caused a severe up and down motion at the center of plank, which suddenly began crack. the The five upon the plank at this time were: 'Foreman MacVane, as sfstant foreman Harry Neilson painter's assistant A. A. Palmer an painters George Hays and W. R Olopp. As the plank parted In the middle MacVano with i startled-'cry: of my plunged together with Hays and Palmer, Into the river 54 feet below; while Olppp and Neil- ROAD RILL who had In the meantime btalaed a boat. When Interviewed yesterday the Lerves of both Hays and Olopp wero et badly shaken by reason of the orrlblc experience through which hey had passed. i The Cowlitz river, In Its present looded condition, was decidedly i ALICE C. THAW. Former Countaai of Yarmouth Engaged to Wad Boston Banker. iiKMircit RAYMOND IS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF KHANCE THIS AKTERNOOX ELECTION WAS HOT ONE I'OlNCAiRE SUCCKSSFUli AFTER 1SITTEREST FIGHT IX HISTORY OF FRKXCIi REPUBLIC CHALLENGED TO DUEL 1912, by American Press AsBoclatlon- CAXIJIDATK'S SUCCESS DUB TO FITSIOX OF SOCIALISTS AXO REl'UULICAXS (United Press Leased Wire) I'ARIS, Jim. Rny- munil I'uiiicnli'o was elected presi- dent of the French republic tills nf- swift at the point wero the drown- j tcrnoon after ono of the most Inss occurred Wednesday. It Is jirob-'.stubbornly contested elections in the ablo that several weeks will elapse history of Franco. Poinralrc's sue- before the bodies of .MacVane and j on ,ho soconrt and Palmer are recovered, as they wore) no doubt washed down the river for was the direct result of a fusion be- a considerable dlsUince. twcuii the Socialist mid Republican Bird instead of Coroner Newell Lewis county. of UEI.IRVK1) TURKS The accident occurred just across j mcinlxTs of the national assembly, the CowliU county Hue and the case which the former threw their sup- Is being Investigated by Coroner IQ Votnmirei Instead of to Jules J'afs> the minister of agriculture niul Poliicnlre's nearest competitor. 1'oin- cniro wiis elected amid the wildest ULTIMATELY confusion, nfter he had challenged CAPITULATE former Premier C'lemcnceau to -u (United Press Leased Wire) 'duel. Jan. at-' members of the scnnCc and tending the conferences here, which it is hoped will end the Balkan war, are awaiting the action of Constantl- chumhor of deputies met for the elec- tion at Versailles. .There was no nople on tho nltlmaiim Issued by the choice on the first ballot. 1'oln- nalkan allies to the effect that Adri- raire led with while Pnms had anople and possibly the Aegean Sea 15.1. WCr0 necessary to a must he ceded as the price of peace. It Is believed that sooner than en- dure an attack on Tchatalja and Adrlanople, Turkey will ultimately yield. choice. CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. 17 A RECORD ATTENDANCE AT CO.MMERC1AI, CLUIl Ll-XCHEOX TODAY hSvl been in douht-of the plank's ability to hold the load and had been holding to angle Irons of joint note framed by European am- The high water mark In attendance bassadors and relating to the Balkan was reached at the weekly luncheon situation, was delivered to the Porte1 of the Centralia Commercial Club at today. It has been definitely learned i the Centralla Hotel at noon today, that, while the is not couched j Over forty business and professional In drastic terms, it advises Turkey to j men of the city were present. Judge accept the terms of peace offered by J. R. Buxton was the toastmaster. the allies. Including the cession of I The flrst speaker called upon was Adrlanoplo and the Aegean Islands, j County Commissioner T. J. Long. i Mr. Long, however, Is not very long ion speech makinR, so he confined tho dormant Industry. If a farm Is' not made to produce every dollar that t it is capable of producing, there ex- ists a waste of money, just the same as if a factory equipped with tho latest machinery Is allowed to stand idle the capital Invested Is not work- ing. We must have our farm lands tilled so as to produce the largest possible crops." Dr. Tltns again referred to the ne- cessity of operating the fruit and veg- etable cannery this coming year. It Is very likely that the cannery will run to its capacity and will bo able to take care of all the raw product that is brought In. Dr. E. L. Kniskern, one of the members of tho library board, gave a very Interesting talk on the new library. He said- that many people were sending fn second hand hooks and that they were greatly appreci- ated. Dr. Knfskern compared tho Centralla library with that of Cheha- lis. not In a manner of belittling the latter, becase, as he said, the Choha- Its library has a lot of good points that could be copied with profit. Tho Chehalia library has an income of per month; the one here has a monthly Income of ?L25. The Che- halis librarian gets a. salary of a the one here, receives assistant In the former city receives 20c per hour, or an average of per month. For the present tho as- sistant librarian in Centralia re- ceives no salary. The Chehalis li- brary pays per month, on aver- age for- lights, and-, about -per month for binding magazines. The lights here will cost about per month, as the building is about twice as large as tile otio In Chehalis. And about half as much money will be spent at present for binding books. Chehalis has no janitor nor heating exenses, both being furish- ed from the city hall, which ad- joins the library. The Centralia li- brary Is getting janitor service for per month, and the fuel hill has not yet been determined. The jani- tor is a gardener and is able to do odd jobs about the city in addition to performing his duties at the li- brary. After paying all the estimat- ed expenses, the Centralla library will have in the neighborhood of per month with which to purchase hooks. Not a very largo amount, it Is true, but it is hoped the amount will grow. Dr. Kniskeru said that the band would be offered the nso of the unfinished room down stairs for practice one night a week. It is not thought that the practicing will annoy anybody. This room Is also open as a meeting place for other societies. Secretary Herbert spoke a few words on the subject of tho band. He said that the recent destruction of the I', and I. hall by fire also de- stroyed a lot of music. L. E. Freltag 'the leader of the band, has undertak- en the task of financing the institu- tion, providing the members will give two nights a week to practice. All Mr. Frlelag asks of the citizens Is their moral support.. If the band gives a concert he would like to have i It patronized as liberally as possible. SERVICE AND COMI'EXSATION COMMISH10NEUS AND ADJU- TANT GENERAL ARE OUT DATES ARE LEFT BUNK GOVERNOR WILL XOT NAME SUCCESSORS UNTIL AFTER LEGISLATIVE SESSIOX warden of the state penitentiary at Walla Walla, was handing lu his res- ignation from that position to take the post of warden the Minnesota reformatory at St. Cloud. Thla means that Washington loses tho services of ono of its most valuable state ofllclals and a man who was In the stale service ut the Hum the man now governor on the board of control. The resignation Is to take effect any time between now and April 13, the position at St. Cloud becoming vacant May 1. Governor has so Jar declined to discuss who would he named for the post Just vacated. Mike Toiior, present sheriff of NValla Walla coun- ty, who lias been endorsed Ijy the dcmocratts, is hart! after the post. The job was demanded by Hodge, ho asserting that l( It had not Ijceii for him Lister would not have been elected. It la understood, that he will not get the TO GO REED'S TO TAKE EFFECT Al'RIL IS MUST STATE EVER HAD (United press Leased Wire) OLYMl'IA, Jan. resigna- tions of (Jeorge A. Lee, chairman of the public service commission, C. A. Pratt, chairman of the Industrial in- surance commission, and Fred W. Llewellyn, adputant-geiicntl of the national guard, were liled with Gov- ernor Lister yesterday. The resigna- tions wore filed with the date blank, to take effect at the pleasure. .Mi1. Pratt's resignation was the nil-; presented airl h-nded it lu (..oi'.rnor Lister e.u-.y in the day that .1 ready lo over his olUcc at. i" y time, .if- insured that i- w >'i'd not be C35iry before May j Chairman George A. Lee of the public service commission stated at j the time he handed In his resigna- tion that he was willing to have it take effect Immediately or at tho pleasure of tho governor. He said that while ho was retiring, he KUll had nil Interest In the work and "was willing to spend a month, nec- SIX DIE IX FIRE. (United Press Leased Wire) EDMONTON', Alberta, Jan. 17 Six perished in a bad fire in the bus- iness district here today. The damage so far as estimated is The six who died were Italians. They were crushed to death when a falling wall demolished a rooming house. DEFICIT OF RASE11ALL MAGNATE KILLED (United Press Leased Wire) ST. .LOUIS, Jan. 17 Richard Davis, secretary, and Mrs. Erltton, owner of the St. Louis National League ball club, and William Wal- ters were killed today when their automobile struck a water plug. A fireman was called to remove their bodies frot a small lake which was formed as the result of the broken water plug. SENATOR OVERMAN. Member of Upper Branch of Congress From North Qaroflna. INTRODUCED IN HOUSE his remarks to saying that he In tended to work for the best Interests of the whole county and not for any particular portion thereof. The toastmaster then Introduced the new- president of the Commercial nearby beams and scrambled to the ter. A bill was also Introduced pro-i club, who Is also the old president, floor of Hie bridge, from whence they j.vldlng for the Oregon system of sen- Dr. F. G. Titus. Dr. Titus' outlined hastened to assist their less fortu- atorlal election; also one rovldlng for [the work of the .club for the ensuing nale companions. special reformatory for women. A year. He said that the otitlok for. Upon striking the water, MacVane number of other bills were also in- coming year was brighter than appeared to have been stunned and Uroduced In both the house and son- ever before, and predicted" that tho his remarks to saying that he In- ithe establishment of at least one new during the year. Dr. Titus said that this year the work of the club would he done by different com- mittees'. The chairmen' of (United Presa Leased Wire) OLYMPIA, Jan. good roads the bridge, were left suspended In bill, providing for the expenditure of fllr. Fortunately these two were was Introduced in tho cessful in getting their legs over house today by Representative Fos- soon sank, while Palmer mado a o.te, but most of them were of little hard fight for life, battling against importance, the strong current until he became exhausted and sank. ALLAN A. RYAN. Son of Thomas F. Ryan, Who Sank Very" Low After Operation. republican speculation will pause appropriatlf George Hays, a powerful swim- mer, retained his presence of mind though somewhat hlt- .tlng the water with nearly his full length, and after a long, struggle tucceeded In.hoachlng tho shore, wjiere he ".citing .to an overhanging! the river's I-by Olopp HALT IN TIIREATEXEI) STRIKE (United Press Leased Wlrej .NEW YORII, miuees. me CHUI halt was .called mljtces. The ed walkout of-thousands'of: hotel em- fthey. aro ,to plpyes, called by today announced that no', action j taken until Sim'day, at which- timio I tire employes will Vote' oh I frfimie, aah dishes. 5-H houso- e-tt such eQiiltablc firm the samo Dated January L. essary to initiate his successor into the work of tho Gover- nor Lister thanked him that as In the case of'Mr. Pratt, the resig- nation would not take ow'ect until iMay 1. In addition there would be no changes after the ati'jOEirnment of Fi-om'a point "Pennsylvania, F. W. L'leyellyn yAred in his reslgna- j tion, whichx-'is" in accordance with the military System, the adjutant genera! tendering1 his resignation as soon as there is at new commandcr-In-chief of the state l-nllltla. It was announced that no acVlon would be taken In re- gard to thijs for the present. By delaWtug appointments until after the legislature adjourns Gov- ernor Lister) will avoid the risk of having his held up by a enate. There la much 3 to whether or not this rouble in the matter of zs some of the law- makers mai-rinsist cm knowing who Is to spenrt) the money before they St. The announcement made by Governor Lister Is Inter- preted by rf'any to mean that eventu- ally he.wlljl nut democrats in all po- .hls upon ''faking office Lister appointed pokane his private sec- Yank Lamhorn of printer. Hies Clara of Tacoma, hut now !ch, who has been sten- the new governor ove'r ary campaign Is to be orrraphor. tho governor was office, p. S. Reed, Photo by American Press Association. NKVV HUILDIXGS FOR STATE WASHINGTON, D. C.. Jan. 17__. The senate committee today recom mended the erection of government building at Ellensburg and a 'structure at Aber decn. FIXED S5. E.-Glover was fined and cosl by Judge Hosa in police court yei terday on a charge, of fighting. PROSPECT FOR ELECTRIC LIN Wash., Jan. OFS.1 TATE IJOARD COMPLETES CHECTUNirjj UKrnnnS OP ASSOOTATIOW ECKETAKK GEORGE f. .WAIJtKB.f ESPECIALLY VI GOOD CONDUCT Of AFFAIRS: NVEXTOUY VALUE BE ?38 Geo. R. Walker, of; 'the o u til west Washington Fair! tlon, Is In ort made by the eiamlheni tato board of hestnut Is the cbteolc- 3 up the records" ..pit In his report, Mr.: Chestnut mends icnds the salary of: th'eJseiritary alsed, as the-.work ItOgether OUt :.0f. alary bo received At tho present ilssloncrs arc bonded aoot) each, and .In tho uddltlon to K the bonds loners lAs donejaw'a''' ieen no have made itato amou ecommends and one that': cured by. the V All moneys or by the y hoi all. the. accounts the is treasurer merely hell] of the funds. There -Is .now a j whicji.i 11 on asked for. Islatare -.would ,v ly Is this tho fact tl ________ elation -has hold "irTtnls ducted and attended by deserve great c.of stockholders cesaJof Colling f, C The-huUd'Bylerly, .j M AyrW" OllTer1 Taylor! S. >'r Wallace; Pat. -Baxter p :The E. A. Khlgit and d r. n.el of tho faion. adapted to elation Is veryFredericlc W. Kelly Of services of 3Vln the city Vlsltlns with s- 1 was brought out a meeting of of .the fair it. QUchrUt r.'. ..K <1n n fr t- il-V- H1114K. club -last nlglvt that efforts. North Western Metric company" ere-durln, The will be better Interested in the Camaa Cutting lne older ag Miss located at .Cams the rumor' salary, jufen. I ...J '__S that tho company; expected to build an electric from Vancouver to Caiaas might bet verified Say. 'Vifl tofXot tbe, Ad- 'A The AM hold a Frwd Sale at Orootr on Haln oa   

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