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   Centralia Daily Chronicle-Examiner (Newspaper) - January 18, 1913, Centralia, Washington                             AILY CHRONICLE-EXAMINER rniew I.KASKB wins NKWS ocxiy EVENING ALL IOOAI. NEWS THAra FIT TO VRUPt CWTBAIJA, WA8HISUTON, SATURDAY, 8, 1013. XUMDER 8 TWO ARE WRECK Is Allowed For Lewis County Deputies HELD UP BY mm LOCOMOTIVE AMJ 'J'K.N CAHS TO INTO DfiTii xi-: AU CASTIJ: ROCK SLIDi; TWO OF CHEW ARE HIT by the fanners of the Ctiehulls val- j ley could nsreisL the Cent rail a Fruit; Growers Association in Ihc matter of' tho reopening of tlie local cannery Uiin year. A resolution was passed to th o offset t ha t.- tho Oh oh alls an tl Central in commercial onranlxatiuns work together for the benefit of (ho 1 cannery. It was the general opin- j ion expressed yesterday that the op- jcMiicig oT tho local plant will beneficial for the Chehalls men as it will the Contralia growers when it conies to furnishing a handy mar- ket for their products. j Following the- nice Ling yesterday tho directors of the Centralia Fruit I tiro worn Association are holding a nuiottiiy in I ho Commercial Club rooms this afternoon, at which the reopening of the cannery id the priii-; cipal topic of discussion. SALARIES OF DEPUTIES 10 BE Mi FIKKMAN" SLTKKUS HI us win IA-: ii i> i JIIA KK- MAX IS SC. COl'XTV CO.M.MIKSIOXKHS FIX A.MOUXTS TO UK OF- KICKHS 1'OU ASSISTAXTS I.IVKI.V KOADS -M KHT1XG! BILLS PRESENTED TESTEHy liY JJL'T XOT WITHOUT MISUH- -AL Sl'l'l'LY Ol' il About 100 turned out Insl night to see the good roads pictures shown on Lincoln Creek. George Larsen especially appointed for tho purpose by the Southwest Washington De- velopment Association, RO.VO an in- teresting talk. represented the Club at the meeting _________A AMOUNT S. C. DAVIS FUOM ix JLOia TO ?'JIOO IX attcn, gave- an in- Herbert Robinson! rUTni nmilTlf HI I nilim r EXTFill DEPUiy ALLOWED NO XOIIT11I1OUX1) TUA1XS THROUGH SIXCK 0 O'CLOCK LAST XUJMT Northbound Xor thorn 1'aciflc No. ESQ went into the ditch near Castle Hock about 11 o'clock last night. The train was running at a comparatively high rate of speed when it ran into a stretch where the track had been waslicJ out by a mud slide. Tho leaped from the rails nnd turned over on its Hide in tho ditch. Ten freight cars fol- lowed it and piled tip-on the engine. The firefan of the train was caught in the wreckage sevor- al broken ribs nnd possible internal1' injuries. The head hraticman, who wns riding in thn badly goal dud by etKraping ptc-ai'n from the wrecked locomotive, but aside from those" two. no. were reporttcd here, 'I'he men io Castle Hock wherr-fln-ir juris wore dressed, fiovj" where they wcro later removed To Poland. Trafllc on the main line born paralysed nil day as the result'of the wreck. The last northbound train parsed throngli Centralia sliortly after 0 o'clock lnr.L night, Tlie next train is expected through sometime thin afternoon. AVrecking crews from Jiolh Tacotna and Portland wc-re rushed to the scene as soon n.s the wreck was re- ported, but It will probably be to- morrow before the line is open for traffic. For the present north and BOiith hound passengers arc being transferred at Castle Rock. The slide at the point where tho wroclr occurred h.1s caused tho rail- road officials considerable worry in the past few- mouths, washout after washout hnving been reported. Abmit a month a so 400 feet of the track was carried badly crippling the line.for a week. COUNT VON RICHTHOFEN. Represented Germany In Ambaa- adorial Conference In London. IS KK XKW MILLS IX T.K1VIS COL'XTV SHMKIKl-'.TOSI FOSTHll OXi: .MOHK OXH VCllA, SLKKP AT JAIL Vsterday the cotinty commission- ers Hxed the amount to be allowed for deputy hire in the various coun- ty ollices. The list is an follows: Treasurer, Auditor, Sheriff. Clerk, Attorney. J l fiOO. Engineer, S l noo. Assessor, Superintendent. FIRST OPTION BILL UP .MBASfllK TO IXCIIKASE SAhAR- 1KS 01' COirXTV OFFICERS OP STATK IS PUKSKXTlil) LEGISLnTION UP DILI, TO HKAT STIIKKT CATiS IS I'HICSKNTKU ISV KINO COUNTY LKUISLATOIl the candidate taken su.-'i n l.lMiRC. T. Christun-c'n of Kins county ind-odiicod a bill to force companies to put lital'ii in Tlio hill if: 1-c-atlng tho lip nr. ,looked. If senate bill 1 should become 'a law the scramble for county offices nt present is nothing to what it will be. This measure llfla two special classes oC counties out of tho com- mon j'lm and juves the salaries of ihe officers of those counties a sub- stantial increase. The first of these special classes of counties is to llioso of more than inhabitants, which at present would lie King county alone. .The second class Is those of more than ami less than 200.000 .which would take in Fierce and Spo- kaae counties. The bill raises s.ilar- iets as follows: Office 1st class 2nd Sheriff ?GOOO Attorney.......GO 00 5000 Truasnrer......DOOO 4200 Auditor........ 4200 3GOO Assessor.......-1200 SCOO Clerk ..........1200 3000 Commissioners 4200 2GOO Superintendent of schools....... 3COO P.OOO Engineer....... 3600 3000 Coroner _.....2 100 2000 Senator Davis of Pierce county, in S. B. proposes to amend the 10 COIN MR C'OrXTV f.'O.M.MISSIOXKRS PASS KKSOlil-J'lOX FOR ROAD TO COXXKCT VAI.I.KYS (Continued on Page Five) In most the amounts are tlio .iiuiutjert many saint- as last year. There was a re- duction in tlie oHice from Iris! to Iliis In sliei-lt'f'a oTicr- was ruifr.l consiclcral.ly and the Khcrill '.vas an rxtra [loptlly. lliTetoi'oro tlierr has h.-i-u li-.it (U'jmty ami tiu-co will be Iv.-o. The coimniss-ioiier.s intend to fix a in ti'.c of the slieri.li's ollieo and one of the ty sheriffs will tlioro cvory For several years uolioily ii.is- been at tlie sheriff's oltico after nis'il. The nc-w an-aiigcnicnt will (United Press Leased Wire) 01.YMP1A, Jnn. both houses of the state legislature were .quick to ncijourn yesterday so as to allow a majority of the West aide members io spend the week-end at home, the first necessary step being to catcli early trains out of Olympia, they paused long cuuuglt for the in- I iroiliiiMion of a liberal number of i i.iils. Those i.ills .is on day ROBERT L BORDEN. Canadian Premier Believes Domin- ion Should Add to England's Navy- and soine seasurc's. lirst loiMl liill of Uie its arscu in (lit; a v.'iis matle on s in iioth IIOIIHOH; a Iho Oroso" pl.iu iim 1IIt, in more ways tbai, one. mrffl iji (jicriioii of Tailed sen- ators introdnrud a ir.oasure to sahni.-.s of ccr.intC- oilii-iTs in counties in which art; sit- i citlci a boost was j.ropHitil: several new priinari- and ri'rfislration law amend ineiils were iiml lllc Here s, ess cliances o, a ir MUKTI.VO IX CHRtfATJS The meeting of the fruit growers of the Chehalfs valley held in tho Citizens Club rooms fn Chehalls yes- terday afternoon was a decidedly en- thusiastic and well attended onoV'A, W.' SDcrclhry'ot preside I at the meeting, at which plans were discussed wherc- the coinpaiatively near fu- ture it is expected that Lewis coun- ty have two new mills, which will give to a large force of men. The locations have been determ- ined tlie formation of the Hill Logging company of Adna. 000 concern. Chester Know of has pur- chased a site some two miles west of .Adna on wliich -a sawmill of possildy t feet per ten hours capacity! j will be erected. The plans for the! mill are being prepared now. Mr. I Snow is in the mercantile business in Liltoll and is in a position to malic a success of his new venture. Then the company, of. which J. J. Cucrrier of this city, Is tho western! heart, la contemplating t'us construe-! of one c.t the largest phiriglo j rulils in this .if the state on'the H'.'l Logging logging I roa. This concern has contracted j for airtrio cedar cut by tho logging'' company. l l, break it there is some hndv near rtur- i -i i brid county and city unit liill. It i.s tlie night. The Lewis connlv'r ie i-i -i i i iv i fathered liy Oeorge II. .Newman of ja, is a diiap.dated afl.iir. anyway. and ,t Is an ensy matter for a nriso- bil, SQ ncr to escape if he is allowed hi the! corridor- provides that cities of tho first. Tho county commissioners local op- the sheriff to appoint a thilt cacl' deputy who shall act as Ban wa Y? shrl11 ljc and that that portion considered as a whole of each IK B. F. D. ROUTE OII.IKCT1OXS TO itOAIJ WILt, UK IIKAKI) ON MARCH 3 I'ORTANT T MAKTIV KUMKX ASKS FOIl A. noAi) xonut KXI> ADiirnu.vs WITH CITY CAUr.OAI> OK MACIIINF.HV is when necessary, at a salary ol not to exceed nioiith. SKXTKXCKl) I 'Oil VACJHAXCV Kohert and Clyde Unwell. two brothers who were arrested 'by the -va'sra'ncy police yesterday on charge, were sentenced to 10 days in the county jail this morning by nuj.au Justice of the Pence Charles Hoss. for preferential The two llowells have been in the city for three weeks and have been county in which there Is a .city of Hie first or second class, outside of such cities, shall be considered as a unit. Thomas Mtirphlne. of King coun- ty, introduced' the measure known as house proposing the Oregon pledge plan 'in' the election of Unit- ed States Senators. Tlie bill provides le. for United Klates senators, and in the election of members of tlie legislature, (t pro- constnntly under police siirvicllimce. vides that' candidates shall lie given The two convicted 'men' have lieon the "o'ptlon'of snlwcriblrig to a pledge hanging around the rtanco halls anil' at the1 coining session the senatorial skating, rink, according to the police, t candidate for whom the most votes ami liaving no visible means of Slip- j-were'cast. It would ii'e optionnl with port, their presence' o'xc'ited 'the'.the "candidate siich iileilgn. auspicions of the police department.- j tho ballot must show whether or Tfie Pacific States Autcmatic An- nouncer company, which recently completed tho erection of a factory building at the corner of Third St. and the Xorthern Pacilic tracks, this week purchased the machinery of a man named Clarkson In Tenino, tho inventor of a block for lise in t-Mni; camps. The machinery, which consists of a carload, arrived here today and will lie installed in the .ocal plant tho first of tho weeK. The local company ha.-i taken ov- ar Clarkson's patent and will manufacture It along with their own invention. .Mr. Cl.irkson has moved to Centralia with hi.-! family and will superintend the making of (he device here. The comity commissioners have set Ma.-ch 3rd at 2 o'clock p. m. as the time of hearing of a petition for opening a county road to con- nect the Salzer Valley road with the .1. Jones road in the kittle liana- ford. The proposed now road is ono ol the links in the contemplated rural delivery route that may be estab- lished in the I nt nre out. of Centralia. Tlie question of the m-w rural routo was laken up Sy trie Centralla Com- mercial club a few weeks ago, and it found jiece.-sary to do somo co inly rn.n! 'luMdiui; before tho l-osiolfirc would act in f .Martin Kulien and orii'Ts foi- :i t'ortlruid. 1'iin-.. Addiiinn Xonh Park ad- .lilirHL 10 I'elll -.ilia, aiol.i; J'urk ave- inn1, se; for !i.> by the. couil- on February J 7. This ro.nl is in territory located ad- joinim; :ii'j city liuii's in north-- ji.irt of t'entraiia. ____ ___ __ TKACIII'MSS1 IXS'I I'I'L'Ti; T.ASf A teachers' institute .was held last night at tho Tioisifm-t sc-hool house c Incnted r.car Klaiior. the instituto IjfinK in ciiamu of Coiiniy Supt. M. L. Carrier. A attemlance is I reported. Prof. J. Kli-iumc, ot iV.e Xornial school, mado ;tlie ndrli-ess of the night, its title bc- "Work and Cticerf uiness." .Miss Verna Dennis, a Centralin girl who j is leaching near Ceres, also mado a short talk. Hugh l.ane, of Lincoln, made trip' to Centrn'lla on Wednesday. Dryail .Mill. 1 T.uedinglLaus Bros, of Dryad ex- pect to start their mill some time In l-'elizriiarv. They had expected to have the new machinery for tho mill delivered in October, but now they lir.d that they 'cannot get it 1'ebruary. When tho mill starts It will !io practically a new-one. as ev- erytliing in the mill has been rebuilt .and equipped with' electricity. j I Mrs. K. Moncolo- j na, Michigan, is the house gucat I Mrs. -J.-'L.- Thompson.   

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