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   Centralia Weekly Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 16, 1910, Centralia, Washington                             r Centralia Chronicle ____ Vol. I: CENTRAUA, WEDNESDAY, MOVEMBER 16. 1910 No. 2 'and farmers and any American falling into their hands might come to grief. AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 14. "rftor Oamnbe11 tonight received a MllM tin I Hill distance call from the sheriff nUII linllUlI of Edwards county saying he had a telegram from Del Rio to the effect that armed Mexicans I are marching to Rock Springs be- muse of tbe recent lynching. Governor Campbell ordered the sheriff to have all the sheriffs anil veputies from surrounding counties it-port to him at once. The gov- 'Mexicans in United States illso is getting into and Americans in Mexico Cause Relations Between Two Nations to Be Strain-1 EIHTOH'S ESTATE Is Reported Critical. CETIJALIA EJJ1TOH UOXOREW ___________________________ I T H. Dunekley, editor of the Cqn- iralia ews-Eiaminer nas just been named as a delegates to the Trans- Mississippi Commercial Congress to be held at St. Louis November 22. The only other .delegate selected from Lewis County is J. C. Bush of Chehal's. UNUSUALLY LARGE NUMBER OP COMING TP r i Miipmenis From Eastern Brewers Idison Storage Batteries to Supply An usiisually large number of di- pjve 0, t is VALUED NKAK MILLION j Harvey Scott of Portland Oregonian Left Fortune Shares In Paper are Listed at and Distillers tiave Greatly ta- creased Since It became Kacwn lliat ihs State Had Gone Delers Become RecHess and Send in Big Orders. PORTLAND, Kov. Nearly WASH1GTON, Nov. Con- 1 f )s the Talue of the estate fronted by a more delicate situation of'Harvey w. Scott, deceased editor as a result of -the occur- if rences of the last two days, the gov- j ernments of Mexico and ,the United States today are making every effort to restrain their citizens from acts of violence and to smooth over the difficulties. The serious problem resulting from tbe burning at the state In Texas of Antonio Roflrlgtrez and the riotous demonstrations against Americans in Mexico City-and else- where was further complicated in i last hours by the shooting of I Jesus Loaz by Carlos Carolhers, nn j American, at and the i assassination of Chief of Police W. C. i Temple, of Anadarko, Okla. by a: Mexican. Dlnz Stnnds by Tnft Ambassador de la Bnrrp. today prcsonto.l to the Stale Department the dispatch from Foreign Minister Creel In which President Diaz ex- satisfaction over President Taffs ppsuranoe that he would dn all In bis power to punish thosp of recently rommltt- 'ed RgninM. Rodriguez in Texas. 'president Taft Is bflng kept In- f'.f The. Oregonian. The appraise- .nent wns filed late this aftemoo-n v.Ith county clerk and the exact flg- r.ros are The largest single Item PORTLAND, Nov. Liquor i-lipments from the eastern brewing i-nd distillery center and bop ship- ments out of Portland liave more ihar. doubled since It became known lhat Oregon would be "wet" for at least tow more years. Ail the railroads having eonnec- Fhares !n the Oregonian Publishine:  vhile from the rural districts two Captured by ma Police-Operated A! o in Tacoma andEllensbu Two Beat and Robbed CM Man Stores Rlundercd and Houses Burglarized. NEW YORK, Nov. rages are imminent. village, town or city in the OP THE j youngsters are now in custody for fit OH6 jOi'.i' cQ ___ _ i tlio ndl IP.A TACOMA, Nov. have oeen giving the police an un- usual amount of trouble lately. Fice States that ever at one tim of a horse car service on streets, soon to be deprived of if those metropolitan sights that years has been a source of ni ending ridicule to them. This is the horse car service UNITED STATES GREETIG serious offenses and the police pect to be rid of considerable worry as a result. Allen West and Gaylord Kelly ;r I women of Washington request ,.r-'tte TDcual Suffragists of tbe United Uapay ag a States tn join with them in inanKs- on Nov. 24th, 1910, for ana ,he largest distributing points for New York has continued to. -iw on Treat victory they have won for wo- bee- and whiskey in the conutry, re-' a dozen or more of its port that heavy' shipments of spirit streets, as well as on its belt 1 ties. be.verages are on tlie way to Oregon Likewise those severnlg the brewer- ies 'n the orthwest are moving more this kind of freight now than dur- the few weeks previous to the The Chicago orthwestern and the :hU-aRO, Milwaukee St. Paul ban- most of the Milwaukee Tjeer that around the ferries where traffic is j light and where no one is eve- :n n i nurry. These horse cars still b -In? used in tbe greatest metropolis ot the nation have never faVU3 arouse the risibilities of every visitor from out in the states. And ro! ,-n- ly have the risibilities of these visit- ors been aroused, bnt it has Mwayf FMMA SMITH DB VOE, State Presldeat. comes into Portland. Local agents been customary for each and -wy of both these roads report that or- j one of them, to swear solemnly for carload shipments were held the horse cars being used "i subject to the result of the election. soon as the returns showed that York were nothing more nor tlirrn the actual and identical tbe "wet" victory had been clinched were used In his respective Uiose orders were: released, or rity at time thnt burglary is believed   turred to their owners. In September the boys of J. P. to have bi'en Entrance was the territory adjoining Mexico. Nov. AI-S'PX. li' A Anu-ri- Heck "10 11 11. K. Dewey. superintendent of i nblic instruction, calls attention to the which enables teshcers hav- ing a common school certificate to CentraHa, Nov. 10. What mieiit have a serious Mgm. inline i-rim-i lolow the normal. After the elec- i conviction that his home towi was accilen'. in the ]32 South 34th street, end Mon it became to not so awfully slow and W.-t it yards in only slight damafi.- irs of tho Mock and the usual really hart something on little ol-l .m nccount of the prompt action of pajrs Q{ York after all. engineer 01 the Shasta Limited. 1 and other Vse Stomp- Unttcry Car in [lie riiEh clearing up the But in tbe future. vr-itor of trains in the yars which to from out in the states who v.-ert> hold up on account of the land- j...r. homo with this conviction, in tlvs sijaes ysterdjiy, A. C. Green, station stealing two pairs of one respect at least, will have to en took a personal part. He number of bridles. SI er- homo ro .1 town that is :-u-p threw a switch before train o. .0- j Crowlev o{ Kittitas county was in or two aho.i.1 of all the rest of tlu, wai complete to tho clear. The rear wMle here v as is of the .lafit coach followed the crawling through the Iran- wtis -niigmentcd hy the demand to i supply this loss. OF 1TKUKST TO TK.U'HKHS In addition to this, railroad men isycholopicjil result from Iho returns. One freight agent said lester.iay that tbe joy attending the victory inlfilled ninny Viquor iler.lerF wiib a spirit of thorn to orlor more .'h-i'i (o be The traj.ii was passing and f' iiv. rnvi.ciitnrily fXV'ct-' ed. Sheriffs and their iloputles (U'icl-fl tn till- PCI'Iie. Plck- ,'is thrown about tho of Hnck K- numbor of I ho of hivaiii'i'S an? iiu-asri', but -I tlu-y aro inoiiiiti'.-l on Sioixos arc well Wheth- r ban i  d bis engine immediately away >n coach, the coach would have pas- recovered and returned by the po- lice. ibon remain on the cross- siust-a engine was s. jtircd. i on its side, and Us uet-n injured. The only liar.iago done was to sev- tral wiiniows of the coach. The j ocd probably never intended man practically nnin- fo be if he was he have notliins to pray for. do- way .-f Ci of ing to who is rapidly pott- Cl.KAX Cront. HILL M.U1K SI SIMCIOI'S STILL GOUBZT TROUBLE WITH UNCLE IS LOST: FOREST WES IX Xl'-O CITY .Nov. 1 Accord- ,to raai'Vair. peace. Aimiu'au Con- o private t.-K-Rrnms received Sul Magill has been assured thi-  ri Urn. but not sevioasly In- ommnnlor of tho fo.lerii'l troops. Juivl, Illed by him with the stale biirenu of InapoclUui also sjhnws that tho of iho county for the mnlbtenance Df hla oilier totaled Th" rooa hear n high porcentano In lion to tho oxnoiisojj co'uiM-'ei' with Iho llRiiros for other oomiUci. Just on bis back and ,Tew tho foot Vlos-d. Vew people the thi's prevenlin.; geitlni; In amount of being .lone, but It Is, loopor. Hy tho tlmt> tbe shoo coul.Lverv evident tliat the ladylike, quiet i rom-.ve'l the foot ankle von con.luctf.l. with np- badly which will lay him en's an 1 not to prejudlco j for some llniiv He liome, lluc'Uner St. kin I Unit wins. iiunoiinclng the, c million 111 Women will not have a vote :U the city election v 1-e. bold liooomber. so n-- lJuorrkr nor Mr. Vial vs. maVo eyes at '.he ladies in for vote---, to elect then: to i mavor o' Contraiia. I'm jilal.es now runninp for the who will dare to i running lor ollU'c 'las', who will daiv to 'dies when seeking oiKco. jmon j'ist missed having voto at tho next election i !of n very tow days. jolamatlcn be 1 low to vote, but ot-' b-- or she must l'i uiiil the registration b i twenty ilnys hefoiv Iho e III mike it in in Male Hop which will bu I Tuesday In Doc.einbor.   

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