Centralia Weekly Chronicle, November 9, 1910

Centralia Weekly Chronicle

November 09, 1910

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Issue date: Wednesday, November 9, 1910

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Next edition: Wednesday, November 16, 1910

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Years available: 1910 - 1912

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Centralia Weekly Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 9, 1910, Centralia, Washington 15? VoL L r In Annual Meeting Resolutions Passee and Committees Instructed in the Matter of the County Salary Grab Thinfc Delay of Case Is Pur- poseful and WAS1 movement haf the Iflea perioftal Tne of, will to -ihe ca and, part of fines, in specific case noi wIH'fco toward the cost ol tUal expenai'turt. The services veterinary, surgeon have been Boated and everyone inter jevealns. The voting will he at th, struck him- Ho was Unockel down jLinrol" 1'iiUd.ng only. In Rhode Island. Governor Pothler reiniblican, is elected by a'-plurality of 1u Tennessee the fusion candidate, Ben ilosgor, is apparently by :5.iM'0. In Wisconsin the election of the vepub'.i-ran candidate for governor, Francis E. McGovorn. is claimed by a ivdneoil majority Tho of SwoitoiM. kninvii .inno Ihe connlv (illliv'." ovokoil illsous- .-oiiMonsus rtf opinion was Unit. Hu- (Iraimo ha.l not boon rnim tho court and the uttornoys in tho case of tho coullnunl nolny lu' brliiuiiiR tho rnso to dellnllo ao- aflor Iho luombors ol the r.irnvVo! ni iilun1 of tho at.-lnn of t'o c'omini'-'otiois ctit.lroly Illnsn' for, nn.l IhM the pultins "ff of I'lo 'U'-o until now nn.iorpiiiiir I'm. (lie oiipitol in Tlv nri a? its trustO''s. Ciiy rney Stmlol-akor, of' Oho'.-.uUs the leni iiis a.ivii-o free of cliarue. t'ouiu'il- lOil IVui'.ol'.or. C. It. Yoiini'.. l'- -v t'h.irles all of tho a'horof wlui jtresenl- to oily ln-'.'oro for Ills mines in Alaska an who went al tho movement. toel.li nail, on his return tlireo Tho at Holes of lin'orporation do-_ tine tho i'ims anil acromplislimonls ol Iho Mfoolsilioii and a hoanl of olll- ci'i-s will lie eloetoil later. Ollicers will lie apolntod 111 all purls of tho county, anil some of them will wo- men. A prui'.i'xaii 'a of lin'i'anlly an till1 li't" i'ia f ;e 1 litl'o i i.r n UilV'ii will ho InllRlll lifiod tliolr ilutloa to tho ;liinTi) Lew's County is still safely repub- lican, ilthoueft the Democrats may Clillliif.1 retnrn 'have elected several officers. It seems likely htat the eutire repub- t ijcan legislature ticket is elected, al- though II. B. Jaojies is running Win. Scales a close race. At the time of going to press it seems likely that the entire Republi- can ticket is elected. JLIL n n Trrsl C; HuiWinpr, in vhkh kc..Ld tho '.usiwss. oiiives and j hut of the Daily and Weekly Chronicle, occupyinjr 09 foot of floor rpace. The most modern machinery is used in every dcp.irtn.et. ;