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   Centralia Daily Chronicle-Examiner (Newspaper) - January 24, 1913, Centralia, Washington                             AILY CHRONICLE-EXAMINER FKHSft T.HASEB "WTKB NKW8 EVENING AM. LOCAL SEWS FIT TO FWIDAYv .TANUAHY 1013 NUMKEU It. Police Department Cost City In 1912 YOUNG TURK LUTIONIZE CIIIF.F OF I'OUCH .MAKK.S HIS ANNUAL IIKI'OKT TO CKXTUAL1A CITY COMMIS- S10X TODAY SALOON COUNTY "COMMISSIONERS. At the meeting .yesterday tho coun- (y comniissionrs .paid back to for- mer saloon keepers of tlio county j J.ttl, ns a refund on their unearned! ilicenso money. 'Saloons were clos- 3d on account of the, county out- side of Ihe incorporated cities going at tho last election. Following ivfcre hto saloo.n kprs .who recofveil Ih mony: G. W. Armour Mineral, flM-SI; Bert Vaughn Mineral, 5201.06 M. Ausmaii Napavine, ?G8.13; 0. A. Burnliam iS'tlpavlae, 7 1.01. SOMETHING DOING ALL THE TIME AT COMMERCIAL CLUB LUNCHEON TODAY. MM. GOS1 IXCOMK FUOM FIXKS AX1) I.I- CEXSES DUIUXCi FAST VKAK AMOL'XTKI) TO IN JAIL W. R. WEBB SENATOR. (United Press Leased Wire) NASIIVJULE, Jan. W. E, Wobl Kiis today elected United "-tales Sen- itor from Tnnsse for a short' term. VOTE, AGAINST RECEPTION (United Press Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, Jan. (loinI senators In a caucus today vo- .cd against the inauguraJ reception of Prcsldcnl-IHloot Wilson being held .n capitol linlflng. AMBASSADORS AT ST. PETERSBURG AND VIENNA ARE ACCUSED OF NOT HAVING MAINTAINED SUF- FICIENTLY STRONG POLICIES ON BEHALF OF TURKEY AGAINST BALKANS FACE COURT MARTIAL YOUNG TURKS DE1MINED TO PROSECUTE GEORGE W. CLARKE. Republican "Who Has Been Elected Governor of Iowa. OFTHIS XliJIIJKHOXl.Y AllMj------ CKIMlXAUjY ANII Tlillvll IIEMAIXDHII WE HE MEItEI.Y SI.EKrKKS Chief nf i'ollcc U. 1-. Schloiiler today submitted his annual reiiort to the city commission, showing in detail the work done by the de'parl- mcn during the past year and the expense ot maintenance. The re- port showed that the net cost to the oily for the year was The propery of he department, Includ- ing motorcycle, belts, clubs, badges, Is valued at ?802.70. Tlio city jail boused during the year. Of this number, howcv- only J3ti were criminally charg- ed, being later arraigned either in police court or before Justice of the Peace Charles II. Hoss. Tho re malning were either merely men who bad no place to sleep or were "drimhs" who were later ru leased without trinl. The report, which is an Interesting ore, reads as follows: Kvpenses. Special Police 352.00 for other parts of Fuel 130.06 j E. Light 312.25. WHOLESALE ARRESTS IN CONSTANTINOPLE FOLLOW ING RIOTING ALL NIGHT LAST NIGHT AND TODAY JAILS ARE FILLED WITH RIOTERS AND AUTHORI TIES ARE FORCED TO LATER LIBERATE MEMBERS OF MOBS BEGIN ANY MEN! GRAT DANGER ENCOUNTERED BY RELEASING EVIL ELEMgNT UPON CITY CHRISTIAN MASSACRE WILL FORCE INTERVENTION OF POWERS-PREM- IER DANEFF SAYS ALL HOPE OF PEACE IS ABAN- DONED There were some lively discussions it the Commercial Club luncheon at; :ioon today. From Uio .time the ing commenced ur.till Uio numbers .djourned there was something doing Ml the time. Theodore Hoss brought jp the question of tho present plan the citycommission for the dis- osal ot the gitrbuge. Ho thought Jie stiQiiuld bo adherrcd to until L better one could be formed. -Mr. loss' remarks occupied considerable lime. At their conclusion Dr. B. Kniskern made a. motion to the effect :liat the Cotnmreial C'-ub should unhol th city commission In Its prceesent plans. The motion was seconded and carried. Tiie second discussion was in regar- :o the proposed passage by tho legis-; cure ot a bill pLTiuitting aliens to. hold real estate. Opinion on this llnoi vvns divided by the members ot club, although itseemed as if tho ina-1 jority of t ho members at tho llnnch- 3on wci' in favor of allowing aliens ro hold .properly.. After somo heated Jiscussion the matter was laid over tor ttic ilmcbeing. A-notlier bill that discussed was lhat providing for the appropriation b ohc legislature of foreidverlis Ing the slatfi. Theodore Hoss mnile :i motion Uiat tJiis amount be added j .o tho Washington statq appropriation] I'or the Panama exposition. This pro-! .lucnd so much remonstrance flint Mr. i finally changed his motion to :hat ot adding the amount to tho Pa-> rific Highway Fund. This second I motion went through unanimously John .11. Benedict, Jr., Postmaster i the city, p.'ive a short tallk on Advantages the parcels post system] Mr. llenediof urged the merchants of COMMITTKB TO BR SHOW.N UAH IS FOll 11AKIIOU IX- QUIUV HIOrOHIi IT OR- DKK JXVKSTICiATIOX KKKUS10 TO VISIT INSTITUTION- AT KXI'KXSK OP MAXAOIO.MHXT WHOM SOME OP THKSI ATTACK DEBUTE GETS PEfiSOiL KIXO COrXTV'H IlEAI'l'OUTION- SIHXT MEASITKE SQUELCHED TKO.Ml'TIA' 111' EMPHATIC PASSES HILLS (United Press Leased Wire) OLY.MPIA, Jn. 24 Aftef- ri'coiving bills (his morning Iteneof urge e mercns o city tocall at the ponoffirc sliltc SlJlinto adjoumod at tho my information 'hey desired on subject. Herbert Kobinson acted coastmaster for th occasion and there I thoi noon until nioniing. li'oiii'Dsonhilivc Goss intro- duced iin niiti-cauitiil punish.- a goodattnndanceat the luncheon. Fighting I Riding bicycles without bell or the Meals for Prisoners Long Distance Telephone.. Dray Hire Supplies for Paupers Flash Light Sup........ Disinfectant Badges, Handcuffs, etc. Stationery, Stamps, etc.... Incidentals Impounded and Bur.. .Motorcycle nsi'l Desk..... to Jhil and Plumb- ing Insane pns3ins 20.20 20.00 iiaii money language 20.601 6.50 53.46 I Deserters 1 1.01 Total Kxpnnse Itcceipt.s. Police Court Finos Col- lected for 1S12........51073.80 Dog License............ 14S.OO Xet Cost to Oily 8215.38 Following is a llij.1 of cases handl- ed by the Police department for 18.12.: Rookery suit crises 13 Drunk 32 Exceeding sliced limit, anto. Concealed weapons Hound over to kceii tlio peace Indecent exposure nn officer Hitching horse on wrong side of street Ailowiii" minovs in pool room. Vagrants Kiiliujc motorcycle on sidewalk Second band dealers fni'ing to report Itlocking street crossing v.-ith irain Selling beer to minors Minors in saloons Disturbing tho peace Sodomy City jail sentence 1C 4 1 1 1 3 1 7 1 1 6 1 1 1 4 2 (United Press Lonscd Wire) CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. first official act of Uio now Turkish cabinet after flic recalling of the envoys from Ihe recent peace conlVrpncu at. London, was (lie wall today of (ho Tiu-kish ambassadors at Vienna and St. Petersburg to face court martial, the ambassadors having born accused of not maintaining sufficiently slronij; policies on bclialE of Turkey fiifainsl the Balkan allies. 'J'lte young Turks are dotonnincd to prosecute (ho war, and all hope of pence is dissipated. Tliyvc rioting al! night, last night and today, and hindreds were injured. There have boon wholesale arresls lut the prisons arn filled witli rioters, forcing tlio authorities to liberate the mob members who were arrested later. Tho releasing of I lie evil element upon tho city Is Ihe greatest dan- ger being cncoHiilei-orl. for it i.s possible that a massacre of (lift Christians in Constantinople will begin at any iime, which would force armed intervention by the jtowers. Tlio ne.u- Turkish cabinet was completed today. Mahnmd Rhefkot Pasha will bo grand vizier and minister of war; ilukfar Bey will bo minister of foreign affairs. LON'DON, Jan. the only course to is to resume the war. We must forcibly acquire what we hoped to secure peacefully. I mean by this Adrianoplo and the Ac- GENERAL HORATIO C.KING. Famous Civil War Veteran, Lawyer. Writer and Orator. merit bill in the house this j morning. The provides for life imprisonment for mur- ;der and treason. Total number In jail .......2785 j 01.V.MP1A, Jan. Kffectively the first rcii.iporlionmcnt i measure that has as yoj. boMied up I in the courteously, but j none ttie less rortaluly cinswering I "iin" 10 C'onvjii s. shank's invitation visit at liis expanse the Monroo rt'foi'niatoj'v-, anrl yes- tordny in'iprunun to he stampeded In- 110 a husty prohe of liin IcuHiiig of Kinte in the har- i'.or arfiiH of Sfattie, tile house of ii'iin.'beiilative.s had a dny of decisivo j I The senate talked a'.out duck- liuntiiii; mid usury, and :nuk- S I'IKW alioiit it. ninde what ii roality is thp (list in it.o en- nc'.inciu of laws. It ihe bill tho rnu; ol' JntcreHr. 10 ID jier cent. Othuv en.ii.-tir.vnts to u'iile imvo in n.'.tnru of (C'or, i in noil on PIUTO Sovoti) OLD RESIDENT OF PRAIRIE PASSES AYAW TODAY on Page Eight) X. Schcarer, a resident of Fords. for many years past, died in a SIIKI'Alsns OX HOXKYMOO.V (United 1'ress Leased Wire) N'KW YOKK. .Ian. J. Slicpanl and his bjiile, formerly Miss Ifeieii CSonlil are spending the honey- moon quietly at the-Gould mansion af Tarrytown. All the gaies to tho mansion are guanlPd by private detec tives and all outsiders are barred. I BATTMXG XELSOX TO hospital from tho Infir.nittes HI-; .tr.AiiiiiKi) soox IIDCSBWTSCII, an. a. a of c.jli. attetulr.g hs advanced years. Tho de- ,.uns to nlOPt thcnlf Xclson :ensed man was Co ye.iars ot ago MUs Kay Kfng of hjs Hio funnmi aunounccmcnt will "-P-, bride-to-be, nrrivcd lipro thla morning-. riley bs tbJ3 afternooo. pear Mcr.   

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