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Daily Centralia Chronicle-Examiner (Newspaper) - August 11, 1913, Centralia, Washington I The I any.rj .Daily Chronicle-Examiner has tho largest circulation of iwsphpor published in Southwest Washing ton. Adver- tismg-contracts are bused on this assertion; As an advertising medium for the territory it covers, The Hiiily Chronicle-Examiner offers more to the advertiser than- any other paper in the state. VOLUME XXIV CKNTRALIA, WASHINGTON. MONDAY, AUGUST 11, Jim. NUMHElt IHO PRESIDENT WILSON TODAY DE- CLARES THAT UK RELIEVES J NECESSITY OP INTERVENTION NOW PASSED. (United Press Leased Wire.) Washington, Aug. WIlHon today believes that the air has cleared in the Mexican situation and that Provisional President Huer- ta Is now willing to adopt a more conciliatory attitude. Tho president this morning saw the newspaper men nt the regular Monday conference, and while he would not bo quoted, there Is little doubt but that he hopes for a peace- ful outcome of tho Mexican Imlrog- io. 'The president declared that Special Emissary John LI ml will not 10 required to report directly to him, jut will work through Charge d'Af- alrcs O'Shaughnessy, and will pro- ceed In a manner not to arouse re- iGntmcnt on the part of the Mexican 'resident. It Is probably too much to expect hat Hiiertn will retire immediately, nit because of the government's fl- ancial embarrassments It Is expect- 11 that ho will hasten the election for stable "If Htierta prove obdurate Llnd plans to iliscovor definitely what forces are [Ichind Cnrrtiazn. for president of the epubllc and report fully to tho Un- ed States administration his dls- overies. There will be no effort on the part the administration to hurry Mr. Ind's work. In the meantime the rmy and the navy will be kept In ladlness for Immediate action. (United Press Leased Wire.) Mexico City, AugT] Em- sary John bind today conferred ith Charge d'affaires O'Shaughncs- The city Is quiet. Fort Leavenworlh, Aug. 11 Is unusual activity of tho oops fiere, and it Is believed that are holng made for a lick movement- to the Mexican bor- r If necessary. CITY COMMISSION TOMORROW WILL PASS -FRANC1IISK ASKED FOR IN CITY IJY OLYMPLY SOUTHERN. Tlie principal business to comp be- fore the meeting of tho city com- mission tomorrow will he the pas- sage of the franchise of the Olympia Southern railroad. The franchise, has been redrafted with the amendments included and Is already for passage. A large number of the business men of the city have been consul led and have read the franchise carefully, nnd everybody appears to be satis- fied with it. It Is likely that active construc- tion of the road will be commenced shortly after the passage of the fran- chise. Work was commenced at Chehallb last week widening tha cut in front of the Catholic school. EPARATIONS HAVE BEEN MADE FOR HANDLING RECORD WI) AT LOCAL ARMORK IUSHO1" REFEREE. It OLD CONCESSIONS liUILDIXG AT FAIR GROUNDS TRANSFORMED INTO WOMEN'S BUILDING WELCOME INNOVATION'. N'ON-MILITANTS INVADE LONDON' Over on this side of the water we have heard so much about tho nilitancy of the Englishwomen who believe In suffrage that we have come to regard them as wholesale cllstractionisls and not understand- ng the Englishwomen as they do, we have never known just low they expect to accomplish results via the smashing route. We were more intimately acquainted with Carrie Nation, the original voman smasher, who, with her little hatchet, mowed down saloons like western cyclone, however we fail to remember that she ever really ccomplished any practical results. Now comes the above picture from London which goes to show that 11 English suffragists are not necessarily "smashers." Hundreds of nembers of the suffrage cause who do not believe in militancy invaded .ondon from all points and held a large demonstration in Hyde park. This picture shows some of the non-militants just as they arrived in .ondon headed by one of their number on horseback. We will await with Interest the result of this peaceful demonstration or tho "Appeal to Reason." CHECK 115 AiESTEO MAX NAMED EiR.ADLICY ARREST- CHKHAL1S OX CHARGE OK CASHING! HAD CHECK IX CENTKALIA. A man named liradley, who at first gave his name as Smith, was arrested In Chehalis Saturday night by Deputy Sheriff Schmand on a charge of issuing bogus checks. The particular charge upon which Urad- ley is wanted Is for cashing a ?50 check in this city. The man rep- resented himself as a lumberman from British Columbia. Bradley was arraigned before Jus- tice I loss this morning and plaailcd guilty to the charge against him. The man was bound over to bd su- perior court under bonds of 10 FACE KEAR TO BE M YET SOUTIIWF.ST WASHINGTON FAIR TO HE HELD THIS .MONTH IS CHIEF TOPIC AT NOON LUN- CHEON TODAY. The act of the Southwest Wash- ington l-'air commission In transform- :ng the old concessions building at the fair grounds into a women's bTTilUmg, will be greatly appreciat- ed by the women patrons of the fair to lie held this morning. The build- ing is fitted up with all modern con- veniences' and in view of the fact that the women in years past have had no place to rest, the change will be a marked one. In addition to the women's building numerous other improvements have been made, by the commission, including a now en- trance. From all Indications there will be big turnout at the local armory ight when Joe Bonds and Frank rmer clash in a six round bout, th men have been training hard the fight and both are in per- conditlon to put up the fight of Jj lives. It is 'believed that the nt, both from the standpoint of ellence and attendance, will be better than the Hagen-Mnrtin of a month ago. Preparations re been made by Joe Lucas for idling crowd. Biddy Bishop, the .rtlng editor of the Tacoma News 0 refereed the Hagen-Martin bout, 1 officiate in the same capacity to- ht. Several fast e boon scheduled., preliminaries J.i-MONTHS-OLD TEMNO GIRL DEAD AS RESULT OF DRINKING POISON WHILE CALLING WITH HER MOTHER. While calling at tho home of a neighbor with her mother Friday night, Herna Mclnnis, a 15-months- old Tenino girl, found a. of poison and drank the contents be- fore her parent discovered what she had done. Medical aid was sum- moned immediately, but the child died before a physician could get to her bedside. Tho jfunerftl Vaa held at Tenino 8AOLY HURT AIA'IN CUHDY STRUCK 15Y SNAG -VXD RENDERED UNCONSCIOUS AT CAMP EASTERN RAIL- WAY AND LUMHIOK CO. Alvin Curdy, a logger employed by the Eastern Railway and Lumber company who was seriously injured Friday when he was si ruck by a snag while working at the company's camp was today reported to be well on the road to recovery. Curdy was stand- ing under the snag, which caught fire from a donkey engine and which" burned through. He had lain in an unconscious condition for over a half hour before he was found by his fel- low employes. DEMOCRATIC CURRENCY CAUCUS OPKX TODAY (United Press Leased Wire.) South Bend, Wash., Aug. James aged 20, son of EH Rockey, the Pacific county pioneer, died today as a result of injuries received when his automobile collid- ed with a freight train near here. The body was terribly mangled. _ ____A_'_ POOLING TAKES OATH OF FEDERAL JUDGESHIP (United Press Leased Wire.) San Francisco, Aug. oath of the federal Judgeship was today administered to Maurice T. pooling, of Hollister. who was appointed by President Wilson to succeed the late Judge De 7Iaven. Unless Judge Van Fleet reconsiders his decision Judge Doollng will preside at the white slave trial of CsmlneUi from tomor- row. FOUR CEXTRALIA BUSINESS MEX FALL INTO TOILS OF GAME WARDEN FOR VIOLATING NEW 1-TSH LAWS. LATEST REPORTS FROM IJKD- SIDE OF CHARLES M HUHBARD AUK TO EFFECT THAT CONDI- TION IS SMRIOUS. Jahnke, Walter wiiiio and Carl Vincent, all well known locally, were arrested on tho Newaukum yesterday by Deputy County Game Warden Stephenson on i a charge of catching fish under slxe. j The four men agreed to appear vol- untarily before Justice of the Peace Charles lloss Thursday and receive their punishment. Latest reports from Tacoma rela- tive to the condition of Charles Hiibbrml, who was badly Injured a week ago when his mach'me crashed into a telephone pole near South Ta- coma, are to young man's _serjous and that his recovery is vni-y____ the effect that tho condition is decidedly doubtful. Mr. Hubbard has a host of friends in Cenlnilia who are eager- ly awaiting every word from his bed- side, and expressions of sympathy and 'regret at his unfortunate acci- dent and condition arc heard on ev- ery hand. St'IT FILED TO RECOVER ACRES OF LAND The Southwest Washington Fair, which opeas between Centralla and Chehiills on August 25th, was the topic under discussion at the lun- cheon of the Centialia Commercial club at noon today. County Com- missioner B. E. Teach nor was toast- master. Mr. Teachnor went over tho legal phase of the fair for the bene- fit of those who did not know what it was, and said that the fair this rear would bo a huge success if the was what it should be. "f the attendance should fall down, here was a good chance of the fair oslng money. Mr. Teachnor could not see any reason, nowever, why icre would not bo a larger nttcn- lance at the fair this year than ever icforc. There will be the best horse races his year nt the fair than at any of he other fairs of the state. This is he first fair to be'held on thu clr- and every horse owner will be lere anxious to see what the other lorso owners have. Secretary Geo. R. Walker, of Che- halis, was present at the luncheon today. He said that between ?3 000 and wnnld be paid In pre- miums and in purses for the horse races. About SO per cent of the Purses would be the owners of the horses. A definite program for the six days of the fair had been tentativcly arranged by Secretary Walker, hut this will be altered and will be ready for publication in a few days. Mr. Walker also reported that ex- hibits in all lines and All depart- ments this'year will bd larger than during any former fair. Herbert Robinson said that he had been corresponding with the officers of the Tacnma Ad. club and the Ta- Chamber of Commerce and that these organizations would send larro delegations to the fair on one of tile days. A pleasant feature of the luncheon today was a box of cigars sen' by tho Cole-Decker cigar factory, a new Institution in Ccntralia. Both Mr. Cole, and Mr. Decker immediately upon coming to the city joined tlio Commercial club. Those who know say that the cigars furnished today were par excellence. (United Press Leased Wire.) Salem, Ore..'Aug. was commenced today to recover thirty thousand acres of land allege-] to have been secured from Ihn "slate by the Hyde-Benson con- iplrators. The suit was instituted by Attorney General Linn in Lane, Crook, Clasamas, Hood river and Jackson counties. It Is alleged that the land was secured through dum- my locators. RELIEF IS PROMISED FROM HIGH TEMPERATURE ,MOVEMENT STARTED YESTER- DAY RELATIVE TO ORGANIZA- TION OF CHURCH BASKETBALL LEAGUE IX CENTKALIA. A movement was inaugurated in the Baptist church yesterday relative jlo the organization of a church bas- league in Centralia. A com- Jmittee consisting of Lawrence Dahl- gren, Hubert Miller and Day Hil- born was .appointed to visit tho Christian, Presbyterian and Metho- dist churches next Sunday and arouse interest in the league. Any other church in tho city that -desires to enter a team is urged to do so. If the organization of tho league Is per- fected, the business men of the city will be asked to donate a' trophy cup to the winners. (United Press Leased Wire.) Kansas City, Aug. tem- perature and drouth conditions pro- vailed in Kansas.and Oklahoma yes- tenlny, but relief is promised soon. The. situation .is moat serious. Light ehowora today afforded little'roller. Tho temperature in several locali- ties In Knnaaa yesterday exceeded 100. ACTOR AND SLAVER CHARGED WITH MURDER (United Leased Wire.) Chicago, Aug. Schnei- der, an actor, and John Faith a member of tho underworld, were lo-
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