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Centralia Daily Chronicle-Examiner (Newspaper) - January 27, 1913, Centralia, Washington -EXAMINER CNTTED PRESS LEASED WIRE XEWS EVENING ALL LOCAL XBWS FIT TO 1'OLUME XXTV CENTIIAL1A, WASHINGTON, MOMJAV, JAXUAItY 27, 1013 NUMHICIl 13 FEET CLOSE CALL DEATH FALLS oo W111L1-] MAKING EXlil- 11ITION FLIGHT ON WAUN01I 1MIAUUB YESTERDAY AIIEMPI TO LIITLE FALLS TWO BUKGLAHS KXOCK OFP.THK IiATCJl OF Hl'iUl IXXm AM) .THEN USK NITllO-GLYCKIUXIO ON SAJFK JXXm. ESCAPE IS MIRACULOUS BECOME DISCOURAGED SI'RAINEI) RIGHT ANKLE AXD RIGHT HIDE AND NUMEROUS BUUISES ARE EXTENT OL'% INJURIES FJNBIXG MODERN SAFE IXSIDB nt'JlGLARS RBAT HASTY RE- TREAT LEAVING IX SILVER UXTOUCHED SPECTATORS HORRIFIED ARE STILL FUGITIVES STUNNED FOR MOMENT FALL, SURGES OVER FIELD WITH ESJ'ECTATION OP COVERING AVIATOR DEAD Walter Edwards, the prominent American aviator whose name is known from coast to coast for his LEWIS COUNTY HHERIl-'F'S OF- FICE MAKING EVERY EFFORT rossmLK TO APPREHEND THE GUILTY PARTIES (Ily Frank ,r.... The two Inirglars, who yesterday jnorning attempted to loot the Little Jiumerous feats of daredovtltry with Falls State Bank at Little Palls, aro aeroplanes, hail a narrow escape from a horrible death yesterday af- ternoon when the Cnrtiss biplane, in which he was giving an exhibition still fugitives from justice, although Sheriff Foster is leaving no stone mi- turned In his endeavors to effect their IS FILED lODJff WASHINGTON KIiECrmC COM- PANY JtAISUS MONEY KOH 1N- TRUUKIIAX LINKS THROUGH SOUTHWEST XGTOX CENTRALIA INTERESTED WORK ON CENTRALIA-OLYMI'LY LINE WILL BE RUSHED TO COJrPLKTIOX THIS STAJIT AT ONCE 6 PER CENT rnoiM-iiiTY or COMPANY IN KOUTHWEST TO ItH OIVKX AS CAL LINE INCLUDED capture. All peace officers anil south from Little Falls have been notified to lie on the lookout for the men and It is believed that into Might on Waunch Prairie, turned turtle, precipitating the aviator a tlistance of CO feel to the ground. That Edwards was not killed Is ,1 miracle. A crowd of.about yOO witnessed i they 'will eventually be taken tho brief flight and subsequent acci- i custody. dent. Edwards started from tho i The attempted robbery was coni- vcst end of the big field and flow In mitled early yesterday morning. ,1 north easterly direction. About. knocking a latch off the rear door yards from tho starting point (-The burglars entered the bunk by the aviator was forced to fly over ajand breaking iu the panel of anoth- power line, which waa at an eieva- or door lending into the banking tlon of about GO feet. It is sup- room. They then drilled A mortgRKe for wua filed at Olympia today by the Wash- ington Electric Railway company, which is engaged in building sever- al links in art ultimate PortlanrJ-Ta- trolley line, and the proceeds from the sale of a iiortion of the north j bonds iirovkled for by this mort- sagc will be used in. immediate con- struct ion work between. Vancouver SAY THEY'RE P. CA11K1KH AND .WILLIAM IIIIOXSOX AUKESTKI) ON COJI- 1'LAIXT OF THKIIl HAY WJK1U3 THREATENED CARRIER SAYS TIE LAID HUTCHElt KNIFE ALONG IIEK ARSI ANT) AXE OV HUH HIM INKANU. INE FOR SANITY MliS. IIIIOXSOX ASKS THAT HUSHAND HE PLACED UNDER IIOXDS TO KEEP AIRRAID OJ-' HIM. D. drier E. small posed that Edwards on approaching i hole through the vault door and tiie'line realized that he could not i blow off the combination with nitro clear it, and attempted to turn too glycerine. When they entered the short'1 to avoid coming in contact they found a burglar proof with it. At any rate the spectators j safe, which they did not attack. It -were horrified to see the machine was evident that the men were ex- snddenly point its nose earthward ;ind crash to tho ground. The crowd was held spellbound In its horror for a space of several sec- onds, after which It surged to tho r.pot, expecting to find the aviator dead. That Edwards is alive to- day is a miracle. It is presumed he attempted to jump clear of the fall insr machine, but that ho was held a wire and partly caught in the wreckage. 'When the advance guard of tho spectators arrived on tho scene the aviator Was writhing In pain, and It was presumed that ho waa injur- ed Internally. It later developed, however, that he was more stunned than Injured. Dr. Biekford, who was on the Held, attended to Ert- iward's Injuries, which only consist- ed of a sprained right ankle, sprain- ed right side and numero'is bruises. The machine was badly wrecked. The aviator's seat was crushed nn- rier the heavy engine, showing only too well what would have been the fate of Edwards had ho not used hla perienced in the work and knew the kind of a aafe they were up against. The attempted robbery was a complete failure, a 3S calibre Har- rington Richardson revolver, bl'ue steeled, hammer, which wus lying on the counter of the hanking room, .heing the only article of value they took. There was about in sil- ver in the vault outside the safe, which the men did not touch. The vault was badly damaged by the ex- plosion. The men left no clue be- hind thorn upnn which the officers can work with the exception of a broken drill, some fuse and tracks back of the bank which shtfwed that there were Iwo men on the job. The attempted robbery was dis-' covered yesterday morning by C. Krog, cashier of the bank, who is in the habit of going to the bank on Sunday mornings. Krog's attention was attracted by a small blotch of oil on the floor in front ot the vault door. The vault door had been care- fully closed by the yeggmen and all evidence of the bank having been and the Lewis river, between Chelm- lis and the Cowlitz river, and be- UYCL'ii Centralia and Olyn Copies of this mortgage will be filed in this county and in each one of the counties iu which the coin pany has property. It is not intended that t-tre entire bond issue shall be placed on tho, market at it as shall be neces tile work outlined for year. This will require an expendi- ture of approximately ind bonds in this.amount will proii- be sold at once. Tiie bonds will bear interest at a rate of G per cent per annum, paya- ble scmi-annually.'and will run for a period of 23 years.. The Equitable Trust company of New York will be trustee for the morragees and will liandle the bond Bronson. two CeiiLraluins, are being r.elfl by the local police on charges of mistreating ami threatening their Drojjson, whose" home is at 1 2 Seminary Street, was arrested this inornlns Policeman Chilil- crs. Mrs. Dronson desires that her tnisband lie piacc'd under bonds to keep tiie pence. She asserts that he lias (hreatcnd her and absolute- ly refused to provide for his family. Prosecuting ALtoi'Jiey Cunningham will decide this afternoon what dis- position to make, of IJronson's case. Carrier, who arrested Satur- day night by Police'.nan Kmrick uirtl "fonder, part of p sary to carry on having caused the police department tile' present trouble off and on rlnr- the year Mrs Carrier As security for this t'R given all of the property of tho Washington Electric- company in Western Washington. This proper- ty includes the electric lines in Van- couver, and the suburban lines rad- iating out of that city; the line be- tween Cherialls and Centralia and about 17 mites of new road radiating from those cities. Valuable rights of LOCAL DEPOT DltAWIlAIl Of CAH ON A XORTHHOUXI) FItEIGIIT DROPS TO THROWN OV- Ell ON SOUT11OUXI) TRACK PASSENGERS IMPEfilLEO GREAT NORTHERN rAS.SE.VGEl! K.VUINE SI DKSWITF-D TRAIN- WAS JUST 1'ULLIXC OUT OF LOCAL TRAIN CREWJSCflPED CREW HAD NARROW KS- CAl'K FROM ESCAPING STEAM ACCIDENT MIGHT HAVE RE- HERIOt'SLY TURKS WILL NOT LISTEN TO RELIEVED FIGHTINa WJLLKVKXTUALLY BE RESfM-l El) AS YOUXG TURKS ARS OBSTINATE NO FIGHTINHH1S WEEK IIAT.KAN STATES WILL HOLD DKTERMINATION 1O UNI) 1STICE IN ABKYAXCR FOR THREE DAYS 200 ARRESTS ARE HEVOLUTIONAUY HUMULIXGS IN-l DEPENDENT TO THOSE PKEX CIPITATKl) HY YOUNIC TUTIK8 UOCK that hor hiixtciud has threat-I yesterday, cncci-to kill She says that at various times lie has laid a iKileh- cr knife along her arm and an ;IXR c-n her neck after she has gone to >ed, then asking her how they felt. A near wreck occurred in the Cen- tvalia yards about midnight Saturday night when a draw bar on a boxcar of a northbound freight dropped to the track, derailing the car and throwing it over towards the souUiljouml track directly in front of the Great Nor- thern's Oriental Limited, which was just pulling out of the depot for Portland. The accident occurred at a point about 300 yartia south of the depot, I The loft hand side of the iiassenger locomotive was stripped, the engine crew havjiu; a narrow escape from death from escaping Htcnm. Had the our been thrown a foot farther, a ECrions collision would have re- sulted, as the passenger was gain- ing had way rapidly when the acci- dent occurred. A wwik-ii engine pull- ed tlie disatiled engine into the- freight yards, where it was repaired She asserts that she has been afraid to go to sleep for fear that he would take her life. It is very probable that Carrier will be examined by a sanity com- mission. In his coll in the police The passenger was the Great N'or- thern's crack train between the coast and the east. The train has been running via Centralia during a blocking of the main line through the Cascades with snow. The acci- dent delayed the train here ior a period of several hon rs. WITH Fred Egbert was arrested by tho station this morning lie refused to police last night for interceding too eatr and his actions resembled those strenuously for a drunken friend, oi1 a lunatic. A year ago the man was arrested for refusing to provide his family, nml later he was arrested foi- throwing stones at one of hs neighbors on Seminary Hill. Carrier nsed to bo a constant at- way between Centralia and Oiynipia I temhint at Salvation Army meetings uver and the Lew-' and it is believed that he is a relig- and between Vanco is river aro also included. A. Welsh, of Portland, general manager of tho company, has outlin- ed a definite plan of development and construction that will form an im- portant series of links in tho propos- ed chain that will ultimately connect Portland, Tacoina and Seattle. While ions fanatic. FATHER DTT9 Bert Conrad today received a tel- egram telling him of the sudden de- mise oi .Mrs. Conrad's father, Rev, tho line between Olympia and Taco- James M. D. Rev. Dick who was being taken into custody. Egbert was fined and costs by Judge TToss in police court this FUNCUAL NOTICE. The funeral services of Miss Helle Marshall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, M. K: Marshall of Napavinc, will be held from tho Roman Catholic church at Chehalls tomorrow morn- ing at 11 o'clock. Interment will be made In tho 'Napavine C. L. Stcklin, Funeral Director. Tf some pooplo vould only rcxncra- on Page Five! (Continued on Page Six) (Continued on pago Bon wftB well known in Centralia and ber the answers to half the questions was well liked by all who knew him. they ask, they would have a fine edu- (Unlted Press Leased Wire) LONDOX, Jan. Dau- off, chief Balkan envoy, today noti- fied the ambassadors of tho nowerfr that, tiie IJalkan states will hold in. abeyance for three ditvi deter- mination to 1'inl (lie armistice. This means that there will be no fighting [his vreelc, as the protocol provides for four days' notice, ft is general- ly believed, that the fighting will bo resumed eventually, as it is not thought tho young Turks will listen to reason. DanetL ?aid that tomorrow tho JUalkan plenipotentiaries would draft nti iiitimiiuiiH terminating fiio armis- tice. He said would be present- ed to tliu Turkish envoys and be- come effective iinmeilialely. CONSTANTINOPLE. Jan. 27 Revolutionary ru m hi SUETS, independ- ent of thoi-e precipitated by tho young Turks, aro today rooking1 this cily. Two hundred inlHientlal men. were (bis morning arrested on the ordor of Envoi' Hey, including Kia- mil I'usha's ministers of the interior ntid instruction. Indications [joint to deadly strife before night. K.it mil's llowerd are accused of inciting a counter revolution. Turkey is under. a military dictatorship and the- Sul- tan is powerless. Russia plans to tnVe a hand in the Turkish -situation without the per- mission of tho other powers accord- ing to an unconfirmed report receiv- ed here today. This would increase} the clangor of a general ICuropean eon flict. The suspicion that Germany la' responsible for the overthrow of Kaimil Pasha ministry is growing. This may prompt Russia to tako mediate action. LOXDOX. Jn. Balkan1 have received full powers from their respectlva governments, appointed a committed yesterday to draft a note to the Turk- ish plenipotentiaries explaining why (Continued on page
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