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Centralia Daily Chronicle-Examiner (Newspaper) - January 20, 1913, Centralia, Washington MLY CHRONICLE EXAMINER WNITKI) PHKKN 1.KA5BP WIHK EVENING ,L NKWS FIT TO I'll I NT TOI.OMI XX1T MOXDAV, JA.VUAKV 2O, 1U13 XU.MUKR 7 LY NIANG Y TRAIN Rancher Blows Himself To Atoms With Dynamite IS KILLED BY THOMAS A. SIIKIM'KUI) STHUC1C I1Y GATE CITY AT O'CIXJUK KATUUDAY NIGHT NECK AND ARM BROKEN ACCIDENT OCCURRED AT IlljAK- KSLEY, MILK WKST OF CITY DEATH INSTANTANEOUS INO.UEST ON WEDNESDAY VICTIM STJiri'KIl OUT OK SWITCH IIOUHi: JU1UECTIA" IX I'ATII OK Til-UN with her three children, being resi- dents of Pucljlo, Colo., al present. The deceased was a inomljer ot tlie Puoblo lodge of Knights ol I'ytlilas and nl.so a member in good HUxndlng of tho Brotherhood of Railway Train- men. Tho funeral services will probably lio held ThnirBdny, nollvc having been received this morning from tho I'uclilo loiigo to bury him In thlu city. The local lodge K. of P., will have charge o( the services and the Centralia la planning to attend In a body. Tlie doceaHed rn.iii had made his residence In this city for sonio tlmo past and had many frlendfi hero who deeply re- gret the accident which resulted In hia death. CHARLES R. MILLER. Ha Is the Republican Nominee For Governor of Do warn. Thomas A. Sheppord, a switchman was instantly killed in the lllakes- Icy yanU, a mile west ot this city, Saturday nig lit, when he was hit the Gate City Klyer, due in this city at U o'clock. Shcpperd's neck was broken and death was apparent- ly instantaneous. Sheppet d, who ts well known lo Cent rail a railroad in on, went to work Saturday for Louis Wil- 1 in nis, a no or switchman. He was sit ting In a shuck, placed near the track for the heneTil of iilie crews, when he heard thu (kite City train fur the O-W. crossing. Sriup- per tl wen t [o I ILL; door of thu shack with his with the evident in- oi' uavim; at Ihe train crew as they ny. Jt is piv.sumcd that Shepperd thought tlie track in front H. A. OF DWAMITI-: TO STOMACH AM) IS BLOWN ID PIECES IIKUKVKI) ACT WAS COMMITTED DL'IUXG TRMPOHAKV KI'KIjl, OK 1XSAX1TY DUE TO FALL CORONER JVESTIGES DI-JCEAHKU .MAX }IA1> MADK HIS 11O5IH IX' I.KWIS COUXTY FOU MH yard wlio END OF PIIIST WEEK FINDS I1OT1L HOUHH AND SENATK IX WKLL ORGANIZED CONDITION RESULTS ftRE PLEJSING SI'UAKHU TAYIXJR AND OTHERS ENTHUSIASTIC OVRR RESULTS OltT.VIXED FIRST WEEK LINES EVIDENT WATC'HWOKD OF I'HBSHNT LKG- IKli.ATURE TO UK SAKK OX AND ECONOMY CONVICTED ON CHARGE OF PETIT LARCENY. of the shack a siiliug, but it ba- j Iloycc, wns iirrost.ctl :iy Constable yesterday ort n war-' trying him "with a BUI case from tho rooming; iho grip being the property: Husband, as be- HI.L; the main line, he .stepped out of I forn -Justice HOHS ihis niorniu'-c o-i tlic door direciiy in the path of the a of ;n ;it sarceny, traiji. pleuiU'd guilty to the ohnrgt- and was hurled a was assessed with a fine of ami ble distance uy the force of tho im- 11. A. Croup, prominent rancher owning a big farm a half mile from Toledo, committed suic'de yester- day afternoon by holding" a, stick of dynamite next to his stomach and w.is literally blown to jiieco.s. body wus found lying in the shortly ;i Her ward lieurd tlic terriTic report. Ttie details of ihe suicide are ('oi'onor who today in Vornon, will go to Toledo tomorrow to investigate tlie tragedy. A ceo I'd iij.u ro j '-ports ri'vei ve.l IN' re j liiilny, a from tn e and it believed by frifiLils his an: yesteniay was comiiiitTfJ "in.; ;t tempo: .svy of on ihc I onoris 01' ills r'ull. Kay jhi- (leccased man lias IICLT. ni'ting 'pioer- ly HOIKC C'ron ;t lias lived in 1 .pvi'is for ycavs Jiml was woli hiahiy n'spi-cteil tin- Cowl Pniiric (list rift. (United Press Jxsased Wire) OLY-M1MA, Jim. Dftv is today Intvodnml u hill 1n the [Jri.ltions of more state senate for an iimcnd- iiKMif to the state constitution pro- the session intensely interesting. Ronntor Davis so far has been the most ambitious of any of the fierce county delegation to wrlto "reforms" into the constitution nnd .statute books. He in just as tickled with this new law making aa a hoy with .1 new red sled. The senator ;i has to his credit a joint, resolution to amend the constitution, a resolution to amend the senute rules, a bill to anicml the etatc constitution and a measure to enact a state law along the lines of Tacoma'a nntl-troatiug' anil he really has not got started yet, hia friends say. Hopresuntatlvo James 11. Davis of the house does not believe that tho quarrels of the first week- in, that body will seriously impede needed legislation. "The mem whllo they differed to start he- said, j "are steadily gaining confidence In each other nnd are recognizing a certain system ond organized, method .of procedure na necessary to tha safe and expeditious dispatch. of business. "The watchword of this legisla- ture, or at least of the house, and especially ol the appropriation com- mittee, will be safe legisaltiou and economy. My position in regard to all special appropriations Is and will be that ail state institutions and de- partments of tho etato government shall be cared for first. I propose that, we work out a budget tho state's actual expenses as wo did two years ago, before anything else is done in regard to appropriations. "In this connection am sincere in advocating a trip of Inspection to tbe state Institutions. I believe it would .save the stnje money. Appro- thfin AGREE HE OF PEACHE1S TUUKEY OFFERS TO HAl.P OF AIWIAXOI'LH, HI5- TAIX1NG MOSLEM SECTION PORIE IS SPPEflLEO TO KKSUMITIOX OE'1 PEACE CON1- FERENCK ASKK1) TIIAV CONCESSION UK DISCUSSED ROAST NAVAL C01BDS WOMK.V OF TURKKV SVGG roan; siiouij SINK SHIPS. KAH.OllS Al-'K.VID have brrn risked for these institu- tions. Tho trip could and should be made sir icily till enter- j tainment. hiirtod. It would iako six days. It is cither this trip by al! of i-j legislature or no trip hy [lio joint' i he sale, manufacture or use of intoxicating liquors within the nt slate. Kej: Pierre intrinniced a measure in j committee on appropriations or any tin- honsi! i'i din stale j so fur ru I am ML in1! murl. the ti> dei'tare coin'onifd. anv act mironst il Ml itniril the n riiiiit iinaiiimiuis in its ilrctMitri. ;hat ;hi-if ble distance uy tho force of the ini-j ?o.sta. In 'icu of tho of, pact, lie was struck on iliu riylii j ahk-h he seiiUncod io the conn-; r: ty iiil. suitcase was recover- j and returned to the owner. x .WIXI.OCK MAX iv t'AMi-' The of William stem a Li- rally iti.out to the af- (.tt e: uiii'.'iu a.i any s oi" llie lojiishitun: iiself, or the "third huiiHu" auended every within llmt pcJ'iud. speaker 1 toward Taylor of the iionse, at the close of the sussion oa l-'ridny. wlien a recess until .Monday was expressed hiiu- If as huiiu; well jduaaccl with what Iind been Eiccoin duritu; the week ami as very hopeful of careful and systematic legislative 1 work done. .lames EJ. Davis of Tacoma, who is already one of the biggest men in tho present session and who, as the chairman of tho house committee on appropriations, nml as of the floor leaders of tho republican ma- jority, promises to exert as much in- flnoncc oevr the legislation to !KJ en- acted as any other member of tho house, is likewise very optimistic over the prospects of the present session. Tie pays it is going to be a "safe" legislature. "Safe legislation and economy are to bo the features and folks won't be afraid of us when we are was the way ho put It. Senator Kalph Metc.ilf of Tacoma also likes the way things started oft In the snnato tho first week, while Senator Waller Davis, of the sily of Fuget Sonml (3 already Dasuros hefore tho ap- tomuiittee, I will say 'if no irailiutf, no! if ,n iiolp ilL'citied irnsl iLiijst aS OWL1 ril'TJirf. f.tir W. J. of I (United Press [.eased Wire) l.OXhOX, .hm. Offering to cede nf Adi hinoplc to tho allies, while retaining that f ut' the comprising ilic Mos- lem srctioit, aiifl for a ro- sumption nl" the peace conference iu '-i (hut lliis ia the "inminm-arinii bt-in-; fm-uarded llir :icrnvdiiiic to iincon- lir mt'ri -ln-s I'rum fir. !.id riihhii lias denieil hnmvN nr iln- hitt rhr I tul1; -T ,'Hi plLMiiprilt-nriary, iubnil ted lit- has hoard III a (Continued on Paga Two) VICEROY OF INDIA. Lord Hardimje. Who Was Wounded by Bomb at Delhi. I.OMXI.V. Jan. Un llispntclics ro from I In- pti-niifi1 by t-fiicl' Unitarian him lo cTnl the Lulls al lii> I hat ID n'Ml [Hi1 i O .I.iii. 20 The P'tvcriimrat to tlic national assvinliSy Tapsilay to L'unsiilci- lliu Hallian riitmitiun. A SL'i'ioiiH qintrrol occiirroil recent- ly on itio Tufkish in tho imtwccii ollicers who ci'o anxinnt; lo tlie ('.rnekH anrl others who tlint tho rrtish Hoet ntj innirli ftir the onoitiy. Tllows were and before the affnir setllcil 1 of- titjors wore wonntieil. Trouttlo nrison (hronxli a tnanifesto siKnod "Tlie ot Turkey." sugscatlns tli.it forta slionhl sink the Turkish warships whose poor-spirited odicor.s always fled at tiic approach of the (iroeks. It wns liccanse of this slur that tlic N'atniilieh nirule adventurous cruise to Syra. O .T.OXDOX. .Tan. 20 Tlie t'ofte.i dc- cislon to call a national nssnnilily on Tuesday to consider the Il.ilk.in sit- uation probably lieralds con- cessions concessions which could not be yielded hy the Cabinet with- out risking its fall. In any case t'.ia lialkan do not in-Hove tlio Portc's reply to the not of [ho Pow- ers will iio such a Hal refusal as was foreshadowed from Constanti- nople.
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