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   Centralia Weekly Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 30, 1910, Centralia, Washington                             r Centralia Weekly Chronicle Vol. I. ..CfeNTRALIA, WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, NO. 3 me IE Over Two Hundred Nominations Pub- lished in Yesterday's Chronicle Many New Names Added Today- Ladies of Centralia and Vicinity Realize That This Is the One Great Method of Taking Care of the Votes Open to Inspec- tion of Insures Fairness and Impartiality. The great volume of nominations coaling :nto the Chronicle's contest, department shows that the women of this FccHon are not slow to appreciate the offer made by the Dal'y Hnd Weekly Chronicle. I! you are interested, whether you hare beon nominated or not, call at the Chronicle office and let us ex- plain the full details of this big con- test. Of if you will ring up or write, full Information will be forwarded. CIXCH THIS OPPORTUNITY K you have never had the opportun- ity tn lako part In a contest of this before, now is the time to clnnli a strangle hold on this op- Don't wait until tomorrow to PC! a start. Do It today for It has 1-cen said that opportunity nev- er knocks at the same door twice, and who Snows this may be your one grerit Can't you yourself thej of one of the pianos, schol-j arsVps, or diamonds about the Slli j of Folninry next? Well try; you j win ho you make-up your mind to. >'ot a stono has been loft unturned by Daily and Weekly Chronicle To ran'.-c- '.his one of the most interest- ing ami valuable contests ever in- augurated. The prizes have been chose'? with great care and bought from vmir local merchants, you cnn feel s.r'c in putting In n little time beranrx you know that when the Chroii'-ic and these reputable mer- chants- say an article is good, it Is good. Whi'o the dominations in this con- test wlil remain open until the last week, now Is the time to get started s so thai you can line up your friends and 'itivc them save their coupons anil subscription votes for you. forget to hitch your wagon to a star KCW VOTES Will, BE ISSUED are secured In this contest by pacing or prepaying your sub- (see schedule of votes be- low 1. are not restricted to gelling votes In their own particular dlhtrlcf. (BUT MAY SKCtJRE SUH- j SCRIVTIOXS IX AXY PART OF THK I'MTRD j in one district are not conpe'.ig with candidates in other districts. votes allowed on snli- coupon good for a certain number of votes, will be published daily in !ho Chronicle. Anyone may vote coupons regardless of sub- fscrlp'ions. Dall.-tg cannot ba purchased in this contest but can only ho secured pal'I subscriptions or by clipping the daiiy coupon. Fanny '.'aldorwood Cltva :.-uty He'en OH Boinioe tjpurgeon Mrs. BU Bowers Llcys Harper Ir--ne Voles Mlanld Hackett JJracp Thompson Annla Welter Knox Addle Harrison Meyers Pltzer Ruth BrooBtrom Hellen Landrom Donna Roberts De'le Skofleld Isabella English Florence Grafton Agnes Greenwood Dei th j Stevens Ll''im Carney VeUiia Otto i.'owell Mr.l-.eT r.tcClure Mary Vo- ni Donnls fin.re Mills .MnuJ Ainold, Mlua Korstettor Ella Inraswell Miibc! Watson Veila j lyson P'omlng Al-fB I'limon Etl.ol Dew'o Tiowe DISTRICT NO, 1 Cily of .Central In Kiyn'o Liillo iulrymplo.......... lle'.lo r-iirsona Vo'.ia lirynnt llora Tliomi.rson Unity Mc.Kny I.ccun Hoss Ida Waring KIT.o f.'iinby liny 33llicy Lynch Orpin YcnRor........... Porolbf ('Inmliii Quick Laura Bnrnor Maud Robhols! Vnimdii lioborta......... Vannv Mltcljoll 1000 1GOO 1240 14 CO 1000 1S20 1000 1000 1200 1300 1000 1200 1100 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 Cec'l Tierlln Matle Merschler Lottln Koblnsan Maud Mossman Gladys Bales Vlme'if! M'adsworth Corstaure Guerrier Dlturh Montgomery O.ieber Amanda Meyers Ethel i'ayette Doia t'cachnor Pef.rl 'leachnor Ma nil Waunch Discoe Lo'ilso Palmer Freeman 'ITt'fsn Gladson Uouisi Petry DISTRICT XO. '2 City of Chehalis Katio '.ursou Unity j7rp.nk Iluelnt' Uonneft Helen Frank Hess Ri.ih Oonahuo Hc.clipc' Wallers Klauo Tlc.o Mis. Jo.'m Vlco KJslo IT. ll Jessie Ward Kntty Ward Blrstlnger Kssio Willnrd 1'cnrl liobluson nroeso Mrs. Pi (id Dal four........ Marlon Korney............ Mabel Taylor LnudV llopo M'.s. I'orrest Robins Mrs. 1M Raymond Vuwser llli-.ncbv llowoll M.S. C K. Corwln......... Com S'lintlis Vi'sona ..........i (Continued on Pngo 1260 1200 1000 1100 1200 1100 1300 1200 1100 1000 1000 1000 1000 1200 1000 1000 1100 1000 1000 1200 1100 1200 1000 1100 1300 1000 1000 10 Oil 1000 1200 1000 1000 1300 1100 1000 1120 1200 1000 1200 1000 1000 1000 11 Oil 1100 1000 1100 1000 1200 1000 1300 1300 1200 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1200 1200 1200 1100 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1100 1200 1000 1000 1100 1000 1100 1100 1200 1000 .1200 1300 1200 1100 11 GO 1000 1000 1200 1070 CHILDREN Travelers Report'State of Revolt Com plete ond Say It Will Require Two Months at Least for Government to Subject State qf Chihauhau. EI PASO, Nov. elers fi'iTi Mexico arriving today, say that the entire country west of Cluha'i'iau is in a complete state of j revolt. Even children are armed. Even ii the government succeeds at all in subjecting the country, It will take ai least two months. The feel- i ing is growing that the revolt is only In its btginning and that a wide- spTead revolution will result. Prom- inent Mexican officials, however, still ain that the revolt Is over. WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. The peculation of Nebraska is of- .Icially announced as The SAI-EM, Ore., Nov. of most meetings the Oregon Developinent league has ever held opened here today. The convention is to last three days. The address of- President Theodore B. WiUcx showed the state has made a rapid advance since the boosting was started by the organizing of clubs in every city and town nf any consequence, and he cited, an the fact that Washington is far ahead of Oregon >n the development of its lands, waioh ri credited to railroad build- ins than anything else. A r.imber representatives of the Washington Develop- ment are attending the among them its secre- tary, J. E. Barnes, who made an ad- EJC7TT DEAD JJODTES RECOVERED Nov.. oodie? 01 eight dead miners, killed increa." is not enough to entitle the j in the explosion in the Jumbo state >o another congressman on the i asrhalt.mine there yesterday, were present basis of representation, and i'rom the bottom of the shaft If the is raised the state may today. One man, Gerald Roberts, ont congressman. I was taken out alive. Deficient Lighting Service Means En- ormousTrade Losses With Employes Standing Idle in Darkened Stores- Patience of People Is Exhausted Demand Is Made for Betterment of Service-Twin City Company Will Eventually Be the Loser If Present Outrageous Policy Is Continued. Th? uusines men of Centralia are thousands of dollars every m.itt'j on count of the defective elec- tvu: I'shts. They .can ill afford this loss, is especially heavy at the pres-jn: season. Prat- ically every retail establish- ment in this city closes its doors at CHAR-PIT METHOD OF BURNING STUMPS Thru loirrjed-olT la-uU K1 clc.ir-. ed '.unl (-'.earing. cor.- >sY I ho whole CIMWH of the stump six o'clock each evening except Sat- uruay. The result is that the heavy trade of the day is from four until six n'n'oek. During these two hours the lights are so bad that it is 'mposvible to transact business. It is on outrageous condition of affairs, and men are becoming in- dignant over the treatment they are They cannot afford the loss incurred on account of the in- eftVI'jat electric lighting. They have bees paiient a long, long they have reached the point where they bf.Iieve that patience has ceas- ed to l-o a virtue. Further patienca would indicate lack of intelligence. Net long ago the city council re- lieve! iLe Twin City Light Trac- tion C.v.upany of all fines for failure to furni-.-h good service, and the com- pany :o evidently taking full ad- of the relief-afforded. Perr haps u. pays the company to do bur. >rp i-ery much doubt whether it wil! prr.ve profitable to the company in end. It must finally face an and indignant public.. Tlw rity council has advertised for f v a municipal electric lighting plant, :ird the holders of the securi- :lt-! The Twin City Light Trac- tiun r.nnpanv- propose to ask a fran- chise jr electric lighting in this city. It wi'l take time to work out either plan, iu the meantime it is up to thb Twin City Light Traction Com- pasv furnish better current, even if it is necessary to discontinue rupn'nt1 their street cars. It is a deliberate insult to the business men of this .city when a brilliantly lighted street car is sent through our busl- st reets, both sides of which are lined with stores in which no busi- ness r.-in be done because of lack of elertrV current tic Twin City Light Traction Coin continues its present policy it u.c the loser in the end. lc ILo meantime our business men are conpelled to face loses which they cannot afford, and they are be- exceedingly sore.   uo dissent from i ho ve- diet that a ehe.'ip and praeti- eal ni'ihiul of romovins stumps has ..t liecn devised. That char-pit method is simply an of the old and well known method of making charcoal by burn- in i; rlosed pits. It. depends for its etlV leney OH cvisivntratum heat. A loose wood, bark. etc.. is tirU I'l.vi all the way round the siump as close 10 it as possuik-. am" tills is then coveroil to a depth of ab.iiii six indies Avitli earth leav- rt r.viall opisiing in the dUvctlon from the is Mowing. The wood fs then la this point alii) for alunit hah" an hour un- til the is well when (Ills ho'e coxeved like tho rest. As 'he btn'iis back Inio the stump UK blanket of earth must be kept to stump so Hut the tire never bus an opportunity to break out. The top of tho stump doesn't burn Is simply cut oft cleanly, at a pojn. about level with tho top of tile c.'ithen blanket, tbo beea cut off hy the lire and rolls have been bu.'iO'i this is sometimes dov.e depth of lf> feet or more. Th.' l-'iigth of time required to de- stroy ;ite stump depends on what kiiul t-t' it is and whether gixc-n, or rotten. The uiost stabboiii stumps will disappear in twc- vceks at the most while many aiv :iwa; three or tour days. The re.. Prof. Sparks' exp'-ri-tients shows an average cost of een -iu ar.d cents a stump. .11 son? of these be has used fuel oil coal tar. The experimeu'.s which have so far eessful have been with clay soil. and hardened ;lu' t1. x- Uii.> highest decree ot lieal. Saiuly or slotiy sifts in am' out t'.'.e lire or permits it to I'rof. is new itiK 0'it levtain ilioevies which he to perfect a similar method to oilier soils than clay. Tho practicability of the cliai'-plt meUi.ii] means much, to the owner ot lands! and will undoubted- ly to larger settlement upon ami cuiHv.V.'.on. of such laniK inland tc continue tho present policy wl ich sucli heavy jliuinclal loss, Failure an immediate I an-', fk-liuite answer will be taken to I mean the company intends to I continue its present outrageous I In tl event it will bo up to tho bufiue-is men of Contralia lo take sir, b nation as they deem to bo for own best interests. longer will the" continuo to sub in! t to the ou.trnsejus treatmont 1 wlr'ch tl'.ey are I i UV'.Ntf, Ore.. Xov. y, 01' i lloise, "uliilio. iiiul altemiuiiv.; to shoot oherifl! j an coia'iiT. was shoe and '-i-tanily kilted by j here loil.iy. l-'isl-ei- w.i.-i re- i tiuiin! to tho li.ii.-ii) punii'-iiil, I AcMe.v wii.-! i boot tho prisoner. tlie j oner ivrured RIclnn'ii.ioH'M !fv> IllTd Ml Aekley. hint In Ilio al'ilomen. HP-'! at but Klch.inl- son Ackloy's Run ami iir'd .in.l Instantly killed Flsbor.   

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