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   Centralia Daily Chronicle-Examiner (Newspaper) - January 28, 1913, Centralia, Washington                             CENTRALIA DAILY CHRONICLE-EXAMINER PRESS LEASED WIRE TELEGRAPHIO NEWS EVENING A Mr LOCAL NEWS FIT TO VOLTOHS XXIV CEimtAMA, WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, JANUARY liH, 1013 NUMIJKR HUES TO English Sutlragettes Out On Tear-6 Lodged In Jail N' PEACE DELEGATE LAST OK ALLIKD PLENIPOTENTIARY IEH TO TO 'RKSUMP- TIOX OP WAR jReschld Pasha head of the Turk-! Ish delegation, in an Interview to night, said ho regretted deeply the olistlnacy of the allies, which, ho de- clared, was not only against .Turk- ey's interests but their own. lie added: "This obstinacy is the more regrettable because, while Bul- garia does not need Adrianoplc, neither for defensive nnr offensive purposes, this town Is indispensable to Turkey on account of historic, sentimental and religious associa- tions. In fact, Turkey would be weaker, from a military point of view, -possessing Adrlanople than without.as t he present war proves, for a whole n'rmy Is now mobilized inside that fortress." BELIEVED EUROPEAN POWERS CARRIER AND WIPE AUK ADMONISHED I1Y PROSECUTOR U. Carrier was arraigned be- fore 'Justice of the Peace Charles I loss Ibis morning on a chp.rge of WILL STEP IX AXD PREVENT j threatening his wife. Carrier wan I arrested Saturday night by Pa- AOTUAL FIGHTING 11EPORIO irolmen Emrlck and Constable Hill. TWO WEEKS Mrs. Carrier was In court' this morning to testify against her hus- band, but before Prosecuting At- torney Cunningham sot througl: with tiie couple, the woman evi dcntly arrived at the conclusion thai she was ccs guilty as her husband, the hearing developing Into tbo "hangover" of an oldtimi; famllj row. "You two people have been in this court on an average of ever> two mouths since 1 have been Centralia, said Mr. Cunningham "an you've got to cut It out, or I'l IN NEW COUNCIL UXANI.MOUSLY VOTES TO SUR- RENDER AD1UANOPLE AND AEGEAN ISLANDS LONDON, Jan. resump- put yon both where you belong a tlon of liostllHira in two weeks was where you can't conse the 1 public r.-ny further worry. You assnred tculay when tlio OUT ON TtftR JXE SUFFRAGETTE LEADER AND SIX LIEUTENANTS TODAY AND I'liACHU AIL HAHS BEFUSE TO PAY AKRKST OP MILITANT WOMEX FOLLOWS NUMEROUS RIOTH DUR1XC! WHICH CONS1DERA- DAMAGE IS WROUGHT IRISH WOMEN ALSO RIOT RUSH OP COMMITTEE WORK POSTI'OXKMEXT IS FAV- ORED von i'KT SCHEMES OP LEGISLATORS from an agreement on the bill per- mitting Tacoma to install a cold storage plant on her now municipal dock to a decision to draft and submit a bill providing that hunters in brush ia the state shall wear red jackets and all persons shooting another by mistake for deer and killing him, shall bo guilty of sec- ond degree murder, Among the other committee re- orls Is one that the bill abolishing lie otllce of county coroner do paps, and that the amendment providing for a commission form of govera- for counties BUI NOI WITHOUT FIGHI ONE OP MEASURES TO HK DRAG- OKI) OUT TO FLOOR IVY MINOR ITY REPORT IS RECALL OI JUDGES AMENDMENT ATTACK CASTLI IX will quit rowing with your Servliui fiivoy. approved Q1. a to n joint note td the Turkish pleuipo- Walla. And you, .Mrs. Car- tentiaries that, the nrmi.stice will bn, rier, if I hear of you being out on .terminated immediately. .The for-j the street again at night when you louebt to be at home with your ma! of tbc note is expected tomorrow. weeks children, I'll put you in the county jail and your cliiidrcn whore they made necessary by the formalities.; eceivo the proper care." It Is expected that the powers will j When on tho stand C'ai- inteiTcne before the armistice is "or talked like a ralroad loeomo- Itive under a full head of steam. "I I have been milking a CONSTANTINOPLE. "10 is .terminated. LAUGH XUMHERS SCOTLAND YARD DETECTIVES ABLE TO con: WITH -.SITUATION I.OXDOX, an. Despard, MiliYagt'ttc leader, togethei- with six other exponents of .women suf- frage, was nrrcstcd today for partic- ipating in a destructive demonstra- tion. .Thoy rel'iised to pay a line of GOVERNOR LISTER REMOVES TAX COMMISSIOXER TAKES CARIUGAN'S PLACE TEMPORARIf.Y postponed. The bill providing for a township form of county government will be recommended for passage an will a bill providing for tho establishment of a court of domestic relations. Tho committee on taxation will draft a new lull which among other things will lower the rate on delin- quent taxes to 10 per cent and a.bol- j iBh the 3 per cent rebate on taxes for advance payments. O OLYMPIA. Jan. 28 Following the receipt of a letter from Governor Lister informing him that he had been removed as a member of the Ftate tax board and Secretary B. J. Koors appointed in his place, M. J. Carrigan called on the governor and had a pleasant talk with him, in- forming him tbat tho held no re- sentment for the action, knowing full well that from tho political view point there was nothing else for him to do. He said he realized that it is not only the privilege but the duly of the governor to sur- CITY COMMISSION' THIS AI-TEBr XOOX PASSES ORDINANCE} PROIi I KITING CARD PLAYING! IN LOCAL SALOONS ALL GAMES OP CHANGE PRO1HB- 1TKD IN ORDINANCE AS FAK AS SALOONS CONCERNED FIRST READING TODAY NORTHERN PACII-TO TO PLACH WATCHMAN AT DANGEROUS CROSSING IN NORTH END OP CENTRALIA, round himself with men who are loyal politically as well ns efficient. He declared ho hoped to remain a ,TI T r personal Friend of tho governor. Olnlted Press Ire) Thc nnming of Sftcrotary Koors OI.VMPfA, Jan. third the governor announces it week of the KHh session of the suite j as only is looked on as a it being barely Jive with a vnsh of committee' work yesterday. Many bills were tnken up, some end01 soil witli re- commendations that they pusa, oth- S-JIO niLiI were sentenced to 1-1 days in jail. The defectives of Scotland yard claim to be in possession nf tiie plans of Hit1 ami are confident, that they will ho able tn nijie witEi the militant women. De- spite numerous nssurancc.s IiOndon fear.s a of terror, and tho with having threatened to terminate shopkeepers arc barring windows. young Turks council committee happiness with union mid pi ogress today unanimous- a butcher knife and an DCI'.LIX, Jan. party I1 ly voted to surrender Adrianoplc and "and I have been giving it all to my the Acyeau Islands to the Ibilkun Al- lies. It is probable that this will bo the tenor of Turkey's official reply to dlie noto of the powers. family. I don't drink nor carouse around. I want to slay at home at j LONDON, Jan. committtce appointed by the Bal- night with my children, but that R-onian always has them out on the street. I'll promise not to threaten her and if she doesn't behave, special pn inform on her." "You both ought to bo horsc- Iri.sh sun'ragettcs ntacked Dublin Castle today, smashing many win- dows. kan plenipotentiaries drafted today a note notifying the Turkish plenipo- tentiaries that they propose to break off negotiations. The noto was not submitted to the Balkan delegation which held no meeting today. In- stead the delegates gave a luncheon in celebration of the saint day of Saba, the patron of the Orthodox church. -The note as drafted is very brief 71 Temlnds the Turks that the sit- llugs ol the peace conference have Ijcen suspended since G with- out Turkey making any move toward tbelr resumption, whilo events in Constantinople are .the best proof that Turkey's answer to the demands of the allies concerning Adrranople and the Aegean Islands will be neg- ative. On this account unless the Turk- ish delegation has fresh proposals to make, the note points out the allies see no alternative but to break off negotiations definitely. said the attorney. Mra. Carrier did not have much to say, Cunningham's threat of a jail sentence closing her up like a clam with the sore throat. The warring husband and wife were partly recon- ciled when the prosecutor accused them of letting their children run around barefooted, as they both chirped up with various excuses for the nakedness of their offspring's pedal extremities. "They had sore feet and couldn't wear shoes." said Mrs. Carrier. "They wouldn't wear said the head of the firm of Carrier and company. The prosecuting attorney contin- ued -the action against Carrier pending his good behavior. The man has .caused the police and the county peace omcera continual worry for several years past, and if he makes another break In this line, it is an assured that the prosecutor will keep his promise and put both him and his wife behind tho bars. LONDON, Jan. is on the brink of another campaign by the suffragettes in comparison to which former outbrer.-ks of the mili- tant women will appear insignifi- cant. Two thousand policemen ers consigned to tlie legislative pig- j con holos nml still others redrafted. Tbat all those miu-ked for an in- definite iinslpoac'.tr.ent wili not fco to liieir deatii without a was shov.n by the of more thrm Ofie minority report designed to drag the fight to the 'loor of the house or senate. One ot these contested measures house bill 17C by Thomas J. f'nvkery of Spoka.ae, providing for o" the retail of judges, or more prop- erly providing for tho submission to the voters of an amendment to the tbc constitution to that effect. A majority and minority report will come from committee tomorrow he majority report recommending .he indefinite postponement of Hie ;iill and tbc minority report that the do pass. Tiie reports decided upon range happy move. were engaged last night in dispers- ing huge crowds near the Parliament buildings, shopkeepers were board- Ing up windows and excited women v.'c-re making incendiary speeches in several halls. The women believe that the poli- ticians have played a carefully studied trick upon them and the decision of the government to drop the franchise bill is likely to lead to serious consequences. In the house OL- commons, the speaker, tho Right Honorable Jas. William Lowther, in response yes- terday to an inquiry from tho Pre- ,mier, announced that if any of tho bill be adopted ho would be obliged to rule that they made it substanlltally a new 'which would compel its withdrawal. amendments to the giving women the vote should (Continued on Pago Eight) C. D. CUNNINGHAM Who this morning handled his Initial case in Judge Hosa' court In a highly creditable manner. fJOVHIIXOR DL'NNK llinolsn Chief Executive, who with his entire staff will attend the In- auguration of President-elect Wilson Atjolher short session of tiie city commission was lieltl this aflcrnooa minutes from the time Thompson rapued ou I ho talilo to call his colleagues to- gether until he rapiierl asfain for ad- journment. One important ordinance was In- troduced and pussed its first read- ing. Tiio 01 din unco provides that cards, dice or other gamt-s ot" chanco sliiill nat be ijhtyed in tiny saloon irt the city, whether in the nature oC gambling or otherwise. Tho ordi- nance goes further and makes it a misdemeanor for the possession of cards, dice or chips in any saloon. The penalty for violation of this or- dinance has boon s-'t as a> fine of not less (him nor more thaa or imprisonment in tho cHy for not less tlinn 10 days nor n ore than JO days, or both sucli irie and imprisonment, A Tow hills were allowed perta.fn- .IIR to the survey of the right oC way for the gravity water system. City Commission W. B. Kelr re- iorted that the Northern Pacific was ihout to place a, watchman on tho crossing at Marion street. This has ilwayg been a dangerous crossing and the news that a watchman is to placed there is gratifying. COMMISSION" TS EXTENDING CITY TiKJHT SERVICE Tho last pole of the extension of the city's light service on G street was placed yesterday afternoon and a force of electricians began work (his morning stringing tbo wirea and connecting tbo extension with those houses whose owners desire the service. About a half dozen residents of Fords Prairie have already connect- ed with the extension out the coun- ty road to the west, and an many once. On the G street extension a street light will be placed at tho railroad crossing at mill which will be welcomed by residents of that section as the crossing hag always ben dark and dangerous. Commissioner Kcir stated this morning that the exteasioas of tho light service would only be mado commercial fotnrns will warrant them. Some lawyers seem unable to cob- prehend at all what is desired and intended by reform of judicial pro- cccditro. The present system prob- are preparing.to connect up at ably suits them well enough.   

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