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   Centralia Daily Chronicle-Examiner (Newspaper) - January 25, 1913, Centralia, Washington                             .UNITED PHES9 LEASED WIRE TKIiEGItAl'IIIO NEWS EVENING LOCAT, XHWS THAT'S KIT TO 1'HIJOS VOLUME XXIV CT5NTIIAIJA. WASHIKOTON, Ay, .JASUAHV il, JH1H GONNGE j i O.N-rj.KrntlC CO.MPA XV AXXorXCKS 1-OK TA- CO.MA-POU TIiAM> VIA WITH ro.VSTIM'CTlOX 'I'll UK I! K.VTKXKIOXS OF no HI-: TWO TO BE SPBHj TO IIAVI; TKAIXS HUXMM; CKXTHALIA 'IO TAfOMA VIA OI.VAH'IA TJliS VKAU Tlirt'e junior taut links in a chain of electric railways thai eventually will connurr rortl.imt with the- prin- cipal ciiieK on I'tiget Sound, and run Ceutralia, will he built by the Washington lOlortric coinnany this year at a coat of A. of Portland, who is gen- eral manager of tiie company, has coin pie toil for const ruction j work nui! an Linked to It nance 1 tho projectH, wiiitli, in itdiiilion 10 railroad liniiiJin-, include tho dcvcl- of n. i hot epowcr hy- draulic power plant on tho Kahima river. The rMlroad nnHs that will he built tliis year arc the following-: i-'rom a pniut iiear Orehards, connecting with the new line out of Vancouver. to the Lewis riv- er, 20 niik'3 north. From tho presGiit southern termi- nus of the operating out of Che- hatis to ihe river. From the northern tcrintniis of the line in this city to Olympin, a dis- tance of 2C miles. Jn addition a new road will also ho built from Vancouver to Catnas, where arc located tho plants of the Crown Paper company. When these units arc completed there will remain a ?yap oC about 50 miles between the Lewis and Cowlitz rivers. This have to he connected before the lino between twccn Portland and Fnget Sound will Le complete. As this part of the state is sparsely settled end also presents many engineering difficulties this sec- tion will probably not be built for three or four years. Meanwhile, however, the conn nectlon between Olympia nnrt Taco- ,-aia will bo made, as this project is physically and economically prac- tical now. Mr. hopes to have cars running from Chehalis Centralia to Olympia and Tacoma within ;i year. The line already in operation be- tween Tacomn and Seattle will make the stcd nhain frosii the Cow I river in llic northern cities coiunlotc. Mr Wolfih no intention oT con- KtviLuiinK :iu uc- t i 'J'acoma nml Spittle. Wit ii t lie of rlie oarly completion of thn interstate Mr. Vu-Isli find his are not greatly conm-nrri over the detail of invading It ia cei'tciin that I lu; railway thai v, ill ruu-y rumiiioif nsc-r privileges. Tho wmild not cuiiscnl to a private Hijlit of way. the time comes for ox- tending Iho IJnuR lit Wi-nlem Wash- ington into Portland will So miiitc lor cross hit; the bridge. In fact one o; tliu principal of those who are most In- ter In having1 the built iy (o prcjviiic an aiul swift no- co.s.- for ilie t rude oi susithsvLbtorn jiny ion into Portend. Port 7 land th" natural mid jm-f trading ]ioint fur I.IMJ people of that territory aro prrpnrcd to prccnod with our work out of Vanecr-m-p :nifj Cun- li-alla and CheluUs. Raid Mr. Welsh yt.'sU'iditv. "We have a lot of it out Hnod for this yc-ar and hope to wet it all done. Wiiili- I a in nut in a now to prcditt just how eoon we will hivvc .ut elurtric line in operation lic- l Wiipii Portland anil So unit, I confess that my amliition is eventu- ally 10 cor-ivli'U' rnrh a road." If. C, pn-siil.-iii of the company, of 01 lehalls, has, livo roreiilly nfe- cssnry riuhta of way for cil line LVntralia find Olyrn- pla. Tliis is v 3 ft mill; complete yironi.'C.'iitiiLS thh; uxtensEs'e de- velop J net) L tv.'o separate corporations have hccn niainiairiL'd. The railway company is organized to conduct the railroad work, while the Wash In g- lon-Orogcm Corpoi-ailoii, of which Mr. Welsh is also KOHOI al nianager, cotifines ius iii [iower dc- veiopmr-ut and to the dot-tils of s jilying uleciric service to tlie var- ious towns and riiit-s m which they luivR franchises. The "Washington Oroijon Corporation now has a power I lain In the iivt'r. ft u c'ljvui'iiy Oi 1000 con- 'ihucns 1; irnriMiwc'i1. WiUiin a year this will IJG made a horsepower unit, for the various roads will he from this plant "I th'nk the fle.'Mric railroad sit- uation l.-etwcc-n Clu-hnlis, Ccntriilin, and 'I'acoiji.i onu oi the pret- tiest hi the siud Mr yu.sEonUiy. "I to have this linn in as soon a sit can be built." TURKS THAT j JJOTII SKVATK irocsi; AMI-; An.WUtXMKXT UXTIN j UII.I, I-'KJIIT TO ItKT.UX WHAT Til nut WII.UNX; TO sirnnicxiiKij flf G110S LIVELY BILLS i HKC.U si-: wii.i, XOT cov.v- TK.NA.NTI: .MAY i-'ouci; TO MODH'V I) KM AX IIS tlio rniMiibrrs suiting tlieir ;ence to whethor thr-y rot urn di- t'ij i to (Jiyuij.ja or over fjun-! (I ay in S e a 11113 or T.i ro m a. j Then; a slight slaokoninrj of interest as evidenced by j H.' number of tilcil at the end of nd weuk of the tension. rpfitiny luc-asures were offered, J ever, inr.-ludiny a bill intended to put eiiiployniL'iit out of Ijusi- ness, a proposed ainendiuotsL to ihe law providing for tlio litre of ami dp-iirnint-nr, children, jjrovid- for the liy the county 1UVHHS AXD to the parents of Fiich cbildren upon a proper order 01 j fin: roiirt, and a law of inter- j OBI to hunters to prohibit OH- use of I automatic pump guns in KhooLin- of j SIIOKT Ti3 jrnino hirds, Th'etio inp.apurns were all intrndii-j- ed in the senate. In the house a small of pro- jiopprl laws were preheated, auti-eapiial and anli-j OF rx'i v TO ON AXOTIIICH KAMPACir J VKltY- MRS. LILLIAN GROSS. Brought Fifteen Alleged Slnyers cf Father to Trial In Kentucky Feud. CUT SHOOKY KAlITMQrAM-; KOI'KS CI'-'Y AXD ADDS KL'KIi TO STl'KKSTl I'lOX ItKMUVI-iD IO TUOLiii.i: rou Yorxr; TURKS i ____ (Unildl Press Wire) COXSTAVTI.VOl'I.K, Jn. Hie cabinftf fortcj (lie _ TurlvS is rloiofjiniiod to ix'iaiti purl j of Hie Tci'kish territory tlicir preiloccssors willing TO hiirron- lo (hn is Uie .mi- tral belinf here. it if, ;-.s tliat ;-.n effort will Iio nc'.dc lo ronin ami it part of the Aegean IsUuuls. U'.c-re '.vill 310 of Ttiey unse ilic-ir (.r. (lif> .m-oiiiul ttifit tlio I'orte t'ainkr, iho I liowurs will not r.iul will force the hiiios to j moiHfy Ilioir deniniids Tlio fiuperritUion viclcil fuel loiluy liy KII nhieh rockt-fl tho for n i.PI-UK] o; llml il of the earth presages tronliie for I he UK 'J iiere was no dcr today. LONDON', Jan. niul Hiilisli wnrships rushiii.t; for Ihe liosidiorns as a result of a deci- sion tlie the powers to make a naval demonstration before Constantino- ple. American, Oonn.in and Russian vessels arc already there. LOXDON', .Tnn. denial that liis immediate return to Con- stantinople was voice's! today by stantinople lias been ordered, was Tovfik Pasha. Tho allcffatioit fireatly encouraged the representa- tives of tlie powers. IX SMXATK TO I'L'T KM- I'J.OY.MKNT OUT lU'SIXKSS AXOTI1KK TO pitiimmT PIJ.MP j-nnlon rci; of Gos.s of Kinsc. M MONROE as to j tlu; Konato roumiiitoe on snrj-'evy. r.te., jeraLntneiid- for jiafsripe sr-nau: hill No. :l. ;ul- comities lo caro for per-! Hons inl.erciilosis. I Tne committee recommend-' fitl the IndelliiiK- iiusipoii'jiiiont of S. I Ii. o3 matrtjns, snppvi mli'-nis and snpurv-iaora of child-i ilrparl nicnfr, in public histk't- i or SXOXV IX AXD CAVSK T TO JJKCOKD i IKK; FIT ui'Kiti. n si i. JN-I vnvmo.v TO VISIT KKKOKMA- TOKY is uv AI. s J.ij Us re uo j u mended in- j 'Hl'TII OK K.NOW VA1MMS .SIX IXCKKS AT TO AT KOSMOS DA.MAIIIv I'llOl WASHINGTON', D. C., Jn. Ambassador Koclihill Sins cabled fo the state department from Constan- tinople that the city Is nniet despite the assumption of the control of. the government by the new party, lie states that It is his belief that tho resumption of hostilities with the Balkans will not necessarily fol- low the overthrow o( the ministry I headed bq Kaimil Pasha. (United 1're.--.- Wire) OLVMI'IA, .In. 25- Wllile the I senate made v.orl; of a lijilit calenthir. the ihree j ixniis in a u-dioiib reading of '.illis yts'.eiliay. V. hen I f'Uui linages quit tiil I J o'clock Mondi-.y morniitg. i A sinnll [juriy 01 s-pnatora left on tiie boa; for'r.uoma ra ti''j j :o tilt; at j-lonrot-'I ii-'liin.i; of Yf! ill-! IvilaJlon to thn refortnalory at' of one j.ili in Ihe house j ;a ii.Oi liaichery ion the sum toial ol act'.lai i dm ilie liny. 'I'Siisj w.i.-i 1'iil !l-l. apiiroprlatingj i xi J.i.i'ic'j for liie .lie niiniiiitii-u ilceid'.-il I :o K'i'jrt fi'.voral.ly liie niolhors'I fur a c.iiiid iSio nioiitli iiiul ndiiitiunal for: Icvaiy Oilier child under Ii jx-ara i Oliier committees held more I less informal innciiiirys, hut due to a liiimber of legislators l-o-l Ing of Ilie city could take no-! I definite action. Mouse, .Mnsil.rrs Sli.v" House inpuibi-is inelinerl to shy" of tho Ktianlc invitation to .Monroe, due to the attark dial lias been made on the board of managers of the institution. A ma- jority of the senators wlio went, on the trip left on the o'c-lock Ijoal yesterday afternoon, ar- riving in Tacoma at .1 p. in. They went to Seattle and left that city over the Seattle Intcriirban railroad at then takinsj the Milwau- kee train for .Monroe at S: 10 p. in. Others remained over night in Se- attle and took the morninj; intcrnr- ban. (rain to Bvcrett, thence by j train to Monroe, arriving at the re- iformatory at 10: SO (bis morning, j The party may leave .Monroe any 'this this afternoon or tomorrow, The long looked for Chinook wind has arrived and within a few days la all probability reports be com- ing in of high war or and much dani- S. II. ilT, lo provpnt fraa.1 in keep- intr or of securities of do- concprns. II. 7_, pvoviiling for a rerinrve and lime deposits in aU S. IJ. 70, providing that s-.iit to re- cover on pi'.pers iiy fors'- try must be broilKht within thive ir.oiuhs alter forgery is discov- ered. j to pmilcrty. S. n. Cl. fixing as the standard of I The mills along the Cbohalis river and mensnrcs of tlie stale as i to lose considerable, as tha srune of those of ihn national bn- in [lie hills was three to ican of and measures. !ivt- It lins been raining S. II. tne coiiuty of for llllOC ;it JltConniclt, U'al- Wliitc Salmon. lillc> K11- 'rllLI tiio two at Dryad ami Ihe en.- at and the j at l.iueil a'l in tinnier. AI- ready the river has shown signs of The lirsl of ihe week there was LORD KITCHENER. i The lirsl of ihe week there was Threat, M.-wio Aoamst Him Wh.lc ..g ol- SI1OW ._t lt Going From LonrJon to Erynt. (i i i ;iil RIH! Tucstlay. p.: A. Ulsh of Ko.sruos states that ia iV.at n'lico L-OIIIO iiicht-d of anosv fallen, 'i'licro v.'ns -2, inches oix the ground Mhr-n Jic At Tn'i'rlo ipr-iv war, :i t .Morloa foot ;it f'lvrk porno S i i> i1: i '-s r 11 i; o s ill L; r o u lid means watt.-r. lif-fon: tho iind tho heavy caufc-i] a vise in tho j t lir-linlis liver whic-li threatened j much iktiiinsG, thG whale southwest of Chohalis was innnd.ttofl. it ntinitiK Jiov.- almost rts j; torrent :tiul still rapidly ris- ing. Considerable fear 1ms been, ex- pressed thai the ditch will overflow its bankn and Hood the burners district. The city are keeping their eye on tlie creek to> prevent if possible any such condi- tion. Dr. I-j. O. Il who was arrest- ed Thursday afternoon for driving his automobile over a fire was fined S 1 0 and oosts in police court yesterday afternoon, SHOOTS ix While playing robber this after- noon, Fiirdina Fryc, the small son of Mrs. Theotlosia Fryo, shot his lit- tle sister, with an air riflte, The shot lodged in the eyo, but It is not thought that the accident -will result seriously.   

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