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   Kane Republican, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1915, Kane, Pennsylvania                                KANES DAILY NEWSPAPER DIVOTED TO KANES INTERESTS THE KANE WEATHER FORECAST CIXHHJY TOXIOHT WKU NKSDAV FAIR VOL XXI NO 200 7 KANK TUKSOAY RVKNINCi MAY 4 lllf TWO CKXTS A COlY Submarines Were Ordered To Sink All American Vessels This Is The Repoit Received In London From Dutch Souices And It Is Said Lineis Will Be Ptey lly International News London May 4 The Financial News today prints the follow ing It is reported from Dutch sources that the German sub marines have been ordered to sink every American vessel sighted especially passenger liners without regard to the loss of American life in order to demonstrate the absolute impotence of the United Gulflights Crew Testifies Plymouth May 4 United States Consul Joseph Strphons who is investigating attack 011 tlie American steamer Oulflignt interviewed the officer Paul Bower and others of the crew today The testimony will be a partot Ambassador Pages report on the incident to the state department The crew while admitting that the weather was fojrgy insist ently declared that the nationality of the could not he mistaken Although no submarine was seen at the mone the ship was torpedoed one was sen twentyfive minutes previously The Oulftlight was in the convoy ot two British patrol heats when attacked MOTHER TO FHiT FOR HER BABY NOW IN A KttlE HOME Fourteen Months Old CMd Was Tab By Herman Arnold WITH ADOPTION IN VIEW jjudge Walling of Erie Refused Her Petition For a Writ of Habeas Corpus For Return of Child By Infants Home JURY IN SECOND CARMAN TRIAL IS EXPECTED TODAY SCHOOL NA1DJEACW FOR NEXT YEAR Art Prevalent That a Sur prise Will Be Introduced in This Trial Hy International News iMineola May men were in the jury box when the second days session of the second trial of Mrs Carman for the murder of Louise Bailey got under way today Both Bides were Vontident that seven more jurors would be secured before the i night and that the taking of testimony I would begin tomorrow j I Several of the wealthiest men in Nassau county were among tlie spej panel ot one hundred summoned by the cliurt this morning There are which ws Made Vacant By the Re The To Elect A Director To FA Vacancy 11 CANDIDATES FOR PUCE AN WOt FOR All TO m THE GLEANUP MOVEMENT IN NINE SLOGAN off the Stilly Islnmis on Mmilty Tho explosion killed two lirenun The Minterne is the truth ship torpedoed within 4S hours he tween Sunday mid Monday even ing The Mint erne was on the star board side hy a torpedo to the engine room where the men were killed Cap tain Croekery and members of the crew landed at today A Lieth dispatch says that the cap tain of the Norwegian steamer Serne bo reported sighted two Norwegian steamers burning in the North Sea Great German Victory Berlin May victory in western Galacia was more important than that at tele graphs the German correspondent at the Austrian headquarters On the Uunajec front the Russians are re treating in disorder The Austrian and German troops are pursuing them and breaking up their every attempt to The entire Russian divis ion has een completely destroyed The numberof prisoners may exceed those captured iby General Von llin denberg in blast Prussia but the chief importance of the victory lies in tin fact that the Russians concentrated for the invasion of Hungary are txvw menaced from iiotlt the west and ttie east Unless aie extri cated by abler generalship than Russians have far shown t lies are threatened with the greatest dis aster ever recorded in military his tory The have avenged A Vienna Report Vienna Via iMay Austrian olficial statement issued yes terday confirms tlie German reports of a big AustroGerman victory along the entire front in West Galicia and gays that Russian prisoners were captured THOMPSON NEGOTIATES BIG LOAN WILL SAVE BANK AND FRIENDS Mr G Scott Smith President and Kditor Kjuie Republican Kane ienna Dear Mr Smith very much pleased with re sults of Kane slogan rontest started by your progressive newspaper The result proves that Kane possesses many u citixen who is taking a more than ordinaryinterest in Kanes wel fare and futurei for which wei extend congratulations We wish to express our thanks to you iind your newspaper for the en terprising spirit displayed iwhlch has made the success of the contest pos sible Our admiration ami banks are due the able judges who so worthily de cided the prize contest Katie Is the slogan twinning first prize is not only catchy but de eidedly suggestive and expressive Kane is able to enjoy all theluxuries and benefits of electric street lights electric signs and thus enable her 10 take her just place in march of progress to which Kanes popula tion location and advantages entitle her with the other cities and boroughs To the other contestants many of whom submitted most admirable sug gestions for slogan our sincere thanks Well done all Now let us work all together for Kanes Iniure tireatness and prove the Kane is to do anything STIO and do it well as vonhy of her Very truly yours KUIXTHIC LIGHT POWKU COMPANY 1 George Kaelber ITesident BARNES NOT REGULAR AFTER HE LOST BIG PRINTING CONTRACTS Krie Dispatch this n said I dont intend to give up my tight for my baiby nor do I think the court has a right to deprive me of said M rs Cynthia last night When she heard that Judge Walling had re fused her petition for a habeas corpus directing the infants home to return her 14nioiuhsold laby to her is living at the home of lier niother Mrs J T Holcomb a8 Maple street While sle is years old and a mere slip of a girl shesays sluis determined in her ef fort to regain her She has two other ildrvu umi one throe and the other tfuir old She and her husband are separated sie said Mrs placed her baly in Infants home iti April KM 4 she said being unable to care for it and her oilier tivo children Kccently Merman Arnold of took the child on itrolwlion ywith the expeftation that it might adopted Notified of Adoption Mrs Franz said she testified in court that she did not authorize officials to put the baby out for adoption and that she was not notified of it until the day Mr Arnold bad taken the baby home U js the contention of those in charge of the institution that Mrs Franz abandoned her child Then claimed that she brought it to home on April and after paying a small sum tor her keep for a lew weeks puid no attention to the child Franz admits that she was un able to pay for support of her child at home but der lares that she kept in touch with the bwby tele phoning tlie home weekly In refusing to sraiu Uie habeas cor pus writ Indue Walling said that while he was Ioaiit6 deprive Mrs Kranz of her baby that tbij best interests of the child is iimtrolling ronsidera tion in a ase of that sort JJe de larcl he thouirM the bild would be better for in Mr Arnolds home Mis Frnnx is taking in washings and sowins for in her Siiys she is conti ileiit Iuu uiike a living fot1 all rumors that a surprise Iuiyodi It is reported to lie in the story of a hew witness who may tos tilv lhat the of Mrs ISailev ia Dr Carmans ottice at was concealed for an hour Mrs rd SCUo1 moval of D J Garnpp and Each One Received Three Ballots iiieetms borough last l iwas cheerful after a night spent in I am satisfied with the first five men said iMrs Carman after the hearing yesterday I approved of each of them and believe t have not made a Carman who has been onion bail since the jury disagreed at her first trial last November was not rtis tunbed iby the fact that she is to be locked up during the trial She had come from her home in FYeeixrt pre pared for such an order BYlWfE VOIE 446 Motion to Recommit Act For Amend ment Goes to Governor I were chosen but theboard failed to member to take the place of who resigned just prior to leaving this city The names of Dr T L Kane and Dr C A Dickenson were presented by petitioners to nil the vacancy on the board caused by the resignation of Mr Gampp On roll call each ap plicant received the same number of votes Neild gave his report of the work done in tlie schools mention ing patrons day and that there were 010 in attendance cleanup day May iS school gardens Washington tripand that the date for the manual training iind domestic science and art exhibit had been changed to May 121 The secretary was instructedto ad vertise for bids for the completion of the Clay street buildings i The following high school teachers reflected C E Hilborn year Anna Flint per month Margaret Boles per month El idora Flint per month Isabel Gll ensleeve Vestal Marhisburg May 4 Cox child Carolyn Harris lalbor bill passed the senate last night The teachers were by a vote of 44 to In the exact form and wlaries tixed accord in which it passed the house The bill to schedule Kthel Gregg Katii nowgoes to the governor IMIev Hildegrade Foss Marion A mot ion to go into the committee of McFadden J Achsah Bowen Kugeaia the whole for the purpose of general Nettie Russell Blanche amendment was voted down after a Summerville Viola Bailey Anna dubale of more than two hours by Myrtle Stoneberg Mrs All Rubbish Will Be Taken Awgy By the Public on Saturday Next For 10 Cents a Barrel This week beginning Saturday May 8th will see the civic commit tee health officers burgess and school children inaugurate cleanup but it is to be sincerely hoped that It will not end with just that one week all have pride enough to keep the back yards as sightly and cleanly as they d the front lawns not only for cleaning up week but he year round Lot all take this opportunity to make the town with all its other itt thi cleanest and most at tractive towiv on tise livery of lipaMh comfort arxi fbfnuty leniiind it Make less ashamVdwhin they see yards and trim flower beds or take down old broken fences paint or even whitewash will work wonders and a tew cents in vested in flower seeds or vines to cover unsightly places will be a de ligtit all summer and flll the yards with perfume The hearty cooperation of every man woman and child in Kane to have public spirit and pride enough to show that they are interested in the cleanliness beauty and health of the town is sougni It is up to allto be up and doing before warm weather sets in and not allow our back yards to be an eye sore or a breeding plate for flies rats or mice The committee in charge will make a nominal charge of 10 cents a barrel for theremoval ofrubbish etc DAWSON STREET LADY QUITE SERIOUSLY INJURED Mrs Amelia Haas of 631 Dawson street met with R serious accident last evening about oclock when she became dizzy and fell from a stove hearth where she had stepped to re adjust the stove pipe She struck her head on the ibase board inflicting a severe gash over her left eye besides Ibadly bruising her side The accident rendered her unconscious for about an and a hair and will undoubtedly her to her home for several jiweeltK o voie of yeas The test Electa How Flake on going into the committee Jane McFadden Frances Harding Russell of the whole for amendment was as Mary Oliver Mayme Morence follows Eva Breneol Minnie Dieht Ina Smail Margaret MacRwen Ada Quay The regular monthly bills were read an1 paid The treasurers Yeas Buckman Clark Crow De witt Herbst Smith Williams Wallace Charles A Sones Sproul Nays Heidelman Hurke Mullin and depositorys reports were Croft Daix Endsley Farley Gerber and approved ich Graff Gyger Slacken Hilton Hoke Homsher lenkins read Ed Coxen and Winifred Greenwood the popular American leads in The Temple tonight ad Township Teacher Elected The township school Kline Mangee Martin McConnell hoard held its regular monthly meet McKee McNichol Miller iMills Moore ins in its rooms in the Bckels huild Iatton Phipps Sal Senting last night at 3 oclock The fol miiis Sensenich Smith Snyder lowing members were A Stowart Thompson Tonipkins Anderson A Carlson K L Johnson It K Klinger and O E Gustafson Only six senators voted against the vbsent none Among the important wjuit it ptit oit final passage business was transiicted the Tiny uere Ituckrnan Cutlin ol taxes election ol Smith C A Snyder Sones and Warschool touchers occupieil tire givater art of the time On resolution pre Continued on Page j Continued on Page TWO MEN KILLED ON RAILROADS Olean N May 4 Two men were killed here Sunday by railroad trains Frank Barnes a stonemason of Cuba N was stuck by an Krie I train at a grade crossing at North Glean and in two He was 35 years of age James Moore a P R R switch man found dead beside the P R R tracks He had been run down and killed by a freight train MUSE HUBS CONfflff m A GRW1 SUCCESS of Russian Sp phony Concert Was Gen uine treat FORTUNATE OTHERS Kane to Be Congratulated On Secur ing Program of Such High Was Financial Success NATIONAL BANKS CALLED By International Now a Washington May 4 Comptroller of the Currency Williams lias issued a call for tbe condition ot national banks at the close t business on May I j Tomorrow FamOum Player day at Matinee fie night and 10 cents ad By International News Union town May Thomp son president of the First National bank has announced that he had se cured a loan of for five years The sum will be enough to care for all his needs and he and his asso ciates will emerge from their finan cial difficulties without the loss of a dollar HOLD TWO ON CHARGE OF ROBBING SHAMOKIN TRAIN Shamoltln iMay Neihart and Milton Bitting two young resi dents of Trevorton were committed to the Northumberland county prison yeeterday charged with having held up a car on the Shamokln and Kdge wood Electric road last Saturday and iwhich was being taken to that place to pay silk mill em The money has not been re covered I By International News Syracuse May Barnes lost out tin the state printing in 1X99 he bitterly complained to Boss I Matt He denounced E Quigg and fell out with the whole Re publican organization This was brought out rwhen Edward Platt son of the late boss a letter from Barnes to Platt at the Koosevelt trial The introdvjction of the letters how ever opened up an almost endless new line of evidence for the plaintiff Attorney Ivans succeeded in getting permission to have Platt produce all of the RooseveltPlait correspondence not read by Ivans during the croes examination of Colonel Roosevelt 41 ARE OFFICIALLY DEAD IN TEXAS FLOOD By International News Houston May official figures show that the total TRTad In the Texas floods are fortyone Thirtysix bodies have been recovered and flve are miss ing among the Austin tinted dead In Austin alone 21 were recovered See big ad for Star FRENCH WOMEN HONOR BRITISH DEAD Since the arriral in Pnace of ftrat British expeditionary army August many of brave Krgliah soVdiers have fallen Many of the of war were buried en maww In long bat others falling behind their comrades advance or dleing ai the base hospitals were Interred in separate graves with full military ceremonials and each Knwe marked with a cross and tho name of the fallen hero so lhat when the war ia over relalirm and friends may atle to locate it Meantime all those dear ones is that the fallen one lie some where in The Ina to courtesy and kindhetrtedaeas ot the French and their gratitude to the who ame to help France repel her enemies arc pictured in tne above photograph snowing vatlent peasant women of Prance decorating the graves of iJrltish soldiers who in life had been unknown to them last evenings enjoyable concert the Russian Symphony orchestra at the Temple under the direction of iModest Altschuler crowned the credit able effort of the local music commit tee to secure for local music Jovera some of the best productions The Russian orchestra has appeared in every large city in east west north and south but it is very sel dom indeed that a city of Kanes pop ulation can bring an organization ot this kind before its people It is a notable fact that the local commit tee also can show a Hnancial balance on the right side The music com mittee is surely to be congratulated upon this and its eminently successful outcome is fortunate to have a music committee the members of which are so un selfish as to desire no financial Continued success means a grow ing interest in the things worth while a better environment for the young the general taste of the community improved and a pride in the placing of Kane on the map of cities that do things of genuine merit interest Unflagging From the very first moments of the opening overture until the wierd tones of the Caucassia num bers died away the interest of ttoe large audience was unflagging The Symphony from Schubert was the solid piece of the evening but Scbu berts ever fresh and vigorous melo dies proved a rare treat The thematic development of this number being so clearly denned by the composer that everyone iwas able to follow the symphony from beginning to the end The Hungarian music of Liszts sec ond Phapsodie held the closest atten tion and the whirlwind finish was re ceived with a storm of aitplause The Velio soloist chose two very happy selectionsand the Swan by St Saens proved as usual a veritable artistic feast Great interest centered in the Nor wegian tone poets offering The Peer Gynt The audience were car ried almost breathlessly through the exquisite Morning Mood the sad and heavy Death of the eo dance of the Arabian dancer Anitni ami the stormy am shriek ing tuiy of the closing In the Hull of the Mountain The shorter novelties by the rrench ballot dance writer the number by lanifeldt of Finlands nms ical staff and the strange Oriental Armenian all added col or to a program replete with variety to suit each and every taste Many outoftown guests were num bered in the large audience from Bradford Warren Kushexiurt Clarendon Mt Jewell and other nearby towns COMMISSIONER SAYS POLITICS WONT REPLACE SHOVEL Harrinburg May of the state highway department were yesterday informed by Highway Com missioner Cunningham that he would hold them to strict responsibility for the work of their men I want you to said the commissioner that politics do not cut any feature in the administra tion of this department I will assume the responsibility of laying off any political heelers we ont want them we want men who can do their TORNADO STRUCK TOWN IN ARKANSAS TWO WERE KILLED AND ELEVEN HURT Dell May were killed and eleven Injured in a tornado which struck here last night Eighteen houses were demolished and commun ication was destroyed It is faaiwd the damage elsewhere DM been heavy Keyatone night tonight at 5 cents A good   

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