Centralia Weekly Chronicle, November 23, 1910

Centralia Weekly Chronicle

November 23, 1910

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Issue date: Wednesday, November 23, 1910

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Centralia Weekly Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 23, 1910, Centralia, Washington Centralia VoL I. OiOTRALIA, WABHOTOTON, WBDBSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1910 Anyway, Board of Control Believes That Drilling and plugging of Inmates of Training School WW Greatly Better Deportment of In- stitution. OLYMPIA, ov. E. purchased from A. A. TV oel All coupons must be neatly trimmed and fastened togeth- er before sending them to this department or dropping them in the ballot box or they will be rejwted. Postage must be fully pre- jaid or they will be rejected, iienee not counted. No employee or member of em- ployee's family of the Chroni- cle caa enter this contest. All questions that may arise be determined by the con- Cuntrulia. Co., Centralia, Wash; 2 DisU-ci No. 2 inetades city of Phased from Burnett JBroa, company with regard to rates to be District No. 3 paid-, that it was solely transaction between two includes outside Manufacturing Industry With Possi bllities of Good Growlh b-Lost to Lack of Terminal Freight Rate-- Wheeler Invention Making Money. F.nfly RnHnjt t'pon this statement of Judge McCall. recalled that he rrHS early in tlir trial that the Indiana company should be held accountable for the shopuicnts no far as the transporta- tion bt-ynnfl "Grand Junction was con- "The nr.eontradicted lic'Muen, headed by .the chief, attempt- j to break up a meeting of anti-re- elertionitF being held in a large hall As f'l-ief of Police Cabera and his men advanced toward tho building, a .loor opened b a woman who shot the .chief. A fight then began .between the po- lice and the occupants. A bomb was thrown from one of. the windows rres in the midst of the policemen and the latter having been called to assist the officers. The bomb exploded, killing many. The other casualties occured In the course of fighting which took place in the street. So far as known I and was the legal rate. tostl- Thc'-e no Americans Wled. mony is uncontradleted tha- the ship- The further asserted ment. covered by the In-JIcttnont that from midnight until they left Puebla ia the afternoon there was continuous rioting and, while the an- ti-rc-clectionists had boo dislodged from the buildings, fears were enter- tained tho disorders wore by no means at an end. From other sources in Mexico City territory laying and BOrth of '.South Boundary line -of Ceu- iralia. No. 4 includes tend- tory South of South of city of Centralia, outside citv Chehaiis, Wash. Four Solid -Gold TVatciifcS, two purchased from Burnett two purchased from A. A. .Wael Co., Centralia. Hemember that there are valuable prizes for each district the ruling ccntlmies, is that hi the per- iod covered by the indictment there was a 13-eent rate from Viitlns to Grand Junction-for points and this rate was. duly on file with the Interstate Vomomrce Commission. of Chelialis. J-iici'. test manager and his decision will be final. All iconey paid to the con- testants on subscriptions must be seni direct to the contesx manager. We will acknow- ledge receipt of all remittances and special ballots will be issu- ed taxi forwarded to the candi- date. hi ecse of a tie for any of the prizes offered each candidate SAVE TES COUPONS wiu Kreive prizes A.regular coupon will bej publislied, beginning November of equal were in carload lots from Wlutins to Grand Junction for beyond, and] that the defendant paid this rate." jly into Districts as Centrnlla is losing another manu- facturing industry, owing to the un- just discrimination In rates against this city. B. S. Whooler, inventor of tho Centralia Cyclono latch, stated to a representative ot the Dally Chronicle that with a terminal freight rato for Contralla, ho would establish n factory hero for tho man- ufacture of hla latches, but that ua- dor present conditions ho finds It foottor to havo his latches mf.do in tho Middle West, At tho prosont ttmo they aro being manufactured by tho Ilarlon Manufacturing Company, lit Haclne. Wls., whoso prosont con- tract with Mr. Whoolor and Mr. Goo. Spurgoon, who has purohnied ft Interest In tho Invention, calls for two thouund UthoM month. The tonight It was learned tho 17th bat- talion left hero late today for Pue- bla by special train and that other trains were in readiness to transport additional troops to tho scene, if It was officially stated J-llClf- _ n -n i ,i 25th, an each edition these-prizes and they will be Chronicle varving divided equally among the fom j. making four for each; Talne'_ of the votins dibtrici. THE PRIZES :vess all inquiries to the Manager of the Cen- Four grand and twelve regu-jtralia Chronicle, lar prices will be divided equal- here that IS men had boon killed in Puebla, Croslnnd's Response Quoted Quoting the respon.se of T. M. Croslnnd, an taatache of the Inter- state Commerce who was re-nUed as a witness by the prosecution this morning, to interro- gations of the court, .luilro McCall points out tliat. tho witness held that tho defendant company was author- ized to uae the 13-cent rate: that It was a lopal rate, and that If Inquiry had been made of him by n shipper for the purpose ot ascertaining the I legal tariff, ha would hae quoted that THE CONDITIONS An-' woman, married or Tho shooting match yield yaterday on tho old Uoss placo was a success. Among tho winners worn U. Pat- ton, C. L. Carter, Guy Groenleaf and Guy Avoilll, receiving turkeys and there- wnro numerous other turkles, ducks, t'eoso and turkeys given away. Rlv Jackson, Patton anil Carter bad great sport over It. Pat- ton niul Carter each got ft turkoy In a short tlmo ami Jackson thought things wer coming hla way but he went homo without turkey. rato. Taklnp up the much-Meonssefl "blind It was held by tho court that this was done by the car- rier, "that thorn Is not one syllable of testimony tending to show the de- fendant company know tho carrier To the, candidate receiving single is eligible to compete the greatest number of votes in j providing the conditions set lhc four districts combined will be awarded 'a high grade Hamilton Piano. The candidate receiving the most votes in the remaining forth below arc complied with. Candidates must reside in the distric in which they are com- peting. No candidate will be allowed to transfer votes to fennant company wns blind-billing the shipment, nt if Piano or a Mounreii for herself. dislriots will bo awarded a another after receiving them beautiful Howard rir.no, retail value .The highest candidates in the remaining two districts will bo given tho choice of a Howard i Aery candidate must bo re- giilarl-v nominated on blanks that live in one .jfciricl are not prevented from seenrinsr votes or subscriptions in any other locality as votes arc allowed on any paid or pre- paid subscription. If an order for a subscription is sent in with thfi money votes will bo is- jsued in favor of any contestant that the writer may designate ind bo returned to the subscrib- er or mailed to tho candidate if desired. In no case will any change be made that is not of equal fairness to all candi- dates. .-.j-iit'iais.iii Tho Chronicle reserves tho right to make any changes or additions to the above condi- the dPfmdant had VTIMVII this how could that affect Its rKWs i.vall Itself of the 13-cont rnte which was filed with the Interstate Comtuerco OommlMlonT j-rvnlod in tin Chronicle or c, Mn.ilnr blank furnished by the ooi'.Usv Xo statement or promise To iho highest by any solicitor, canvas tho remaining districts wo will or or -igont varying from the award the remaining piano, 'rules as set forth will bo re- nt tions that may be deemed neo- esfnry in the interest of tho contcsinnts. ,'J la iv.'cepting nominations all candi'Jttes must accept and agree 10 the above conditions. ;

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