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   Kane Republican, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1915, Kane, Pennsylvania                                KANES DAILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO KANES INTERESTS VOL XXI NO KVKNINli MAY WEATHER FORECAST TONIGHT AND TWO VllXTS A Cowse of President HasBeenDetermined Note to Germany Soon This Statement Was Made By Secretary Tumulty But No Word of Contents Was Made Public Ry Washington course of President Wilson his been iul will lie soon ts it is prop io publish l is now in This shitetiient wis made by White House Secret iry illi1 Uuhiy Wilson No word is to 1 he eoiiloNts of lie note wts niiide puliJie but it is said that later in tlie day lie some unofficial announce ment to the general of the uote It will probably he dispatched to Oenuany within tlie next twentyfour hours The tone is firm Reports ol action to be takeu looking toward the removal of Dr Bernlmrd Deniburir tVoiii American shores could not yeritied today It is well known however that Dernburgs case was dis cussed yesterday lit tlie a disagreement on Hit matter took place liernhaid former German colonial secretary has been in this country Tor months asa spokesman for tin cause Tlie statements of Dr justifying the torpedoinsr of tlie incident of war taken in connection with other ntfemcos to have met with liiyrli executive This lias led to some expression ofprecedents to see what courses are open to the to restrict lie which many officials feel has resulted from his ntivitv THE COMTEES KIENIiAL DAY Rev J F is To Make The Annual Address ME TO BE MAY 31 MAY 20 THE DATE OF ADJOURNMENT FOR LEGISLATURE The Leaders and Governor Brum baugh Decided Oh This Date At a Conference Held Today SIZED BEAR CAME WUHIN A EOFQ1Y IWIfMRIB10 EHffl m OGPITE flows CBy International News Harritburg May legisla ture will adjourn finally on May 20 This was decided at a conference of legislative leaders and Governor Brumbaugh today The resolution will be introduced at once And Surprised A West Kane Farmer WMe At is The CoOperation of the Public Sought in Making the Observ ance of the Sacred Event a Success Tin provisionalcommittee riti Mem orial Day celebration composed of Wood Captain Sharp Harvey Itiirkhouse arid G Scott Smith met the members of the Grand Army their hall last night A full discussion of the proposed will be held Mon day May was had The Grand Army named the following committee to art for it Comrades David Mow ells i C Malone and William Wil llarrisburg May linal pub lic hearing un the workmens com pensation bills was held by I lie sen ate committee on corporations yester day at which most of i inamendments for insertion in ilic meas ures they were Ijcioro ihir again As wis Uie traso liills before the lower house all those who appearedincriticism of the made it plain that they were not in against workmens compensation but to certain provisions Tiie Committee is lo make very tew changes Representatives of the 1ennsyl vania association tatc Launders manntar of Krie and anthracite and bit HE FOLlflWEHHE ANIMAL As Far As the Crystal Outing Club at the Mineral Came From the Big Woods Back of Jo Jo The departure olDr Deniburjr or the cessation of his activities would it was not he unwelcome to the authorities here to say the least The Cabinet Meeting President Wilson yesterday listen ed to the expressions of members of his cabinet on the policy Which they Che United States should City Will Likely Be Put Under Mar RIOTS IN LONDON GERMANS BEING adopt as a result of the sinking by a German torpedo of the British liner Luftitania with the loss of more than 100 American What the Presidents conclusions were is known only to himself in another day or two certainly he fore the end of the week announce ment of the first step in his policy is expected The impression svas gained in ex ecutive quarters after the cabinet meeting that while the President had not definitely determined on the ex act course he iwould follow he had practically decided to tsk dermany to furnish some assurance or guarantee that there would repetition of tiie husiiania trugeily whicli would mean that unarmed merchant vessels with neutral passengers aboard would at least he visited and searched ami noncombatants removed to a place of safety before tlie ships destruction as a Whether the request for the future of thePresident would be accompa nied by v demand for fulJ reparation to the families of vic tims or whether action upon the husi tania case itself would be postpone until Germanys attitude toward the first request was disclosed are steps which tJie President is understood not yet to have settled in his own mind Germany May Refuse It is recognized ihat a refusal y Germany to meet such a request would present a serious situation but there is no disposition among the Presidents advisers to let this doter them from the enunciation of a vigor ous attitude A canvass of officials well informed in the situation leveloped the fact that weie convinced that Hie President would follow a course which would uroiisisient with the dignity of Hie States and louve him Iree to aiinpl il necessary a more em line of action as the attitude of rcrnijin was revealed j It hiring the day that serious consideration had been given to the status LUSITANIA LIFE BOAT CONTAINING FIVE BODIES COMES ASHORE Hy fntornatiorial News Queenatown May husitania life lioat containing the bodies of three women and two iboya drifted ashore at Italtimore today The bod ies will be brought to The belief in growing here that If had been put out in search Ml KKn as the of ihti diaaster reach ed here more of the passengers would haveheen saved Temple tonight S Also 5 tial Law as Troops Have Been Ordered Out kins This committee in conjunction with the provisional committee then made the appointment of tiie follow1 ing Memorial IVay committee Thai Carl sec retary Harvey Hurkiionse treasurer Theo Crow ell and V K IIf members President of the day Oayidllowells the day Rev J K Black Citizens Should Assist All citizens are urged to al once take up with Chairman Kvans the proiositiohof he day The chairman will call a committee meeting at once and get the machin ery iu motion Now is the time for allcitizens to rally round the old in as they rallied round Old in the trying days of the republic mninous oal operators oe fore the committee with arguments Most of them wanted the common letenseH restored in the tills so as to protect employers against those em ployes who accept the compensation law Some objected to the hill exempt ing farm anddomestic laltor trorn the pro visions of tlie law because it was believed to he unconstitutional on the of class legislation and Je j cause domestic servants were com Ietitors of laundry workers j other amendments were of feretl such aslimiting the tola lia ibility of tojbH claims whether for total or partial disability elimiiiHt ing nonresident foreigners from any jbenelits of the law limiting the mini I while KnieKL Gustafson of Kane was working iu a tieltl on his farm about one mile from this city with a team he was greatly sur prised as his eyes in a south i iliretion to behold a good sixed hear The bear came from direction of K rifle range and afi pniached within one hundred yards ol wliuri Mr Oustalson was driving iteam Tlie liear was also seen by Concession Granted the Duat Mon archy Will Not Deter German and Austrian Con suls Leave By International News Home May German and I Austrian consuls of the towns in south ern Italy are returning to their re spective countries and those in cen jtral and northern Italy jire tso paring to leave The dispatches from the yny that the tiul concessions that Austria madem I the dual monarchy she believes ItaJy will enter aiui fikini eviry recaiitioii tnessasu hy Vrotu Treu states tliiit is expected within a davy csane oi the the frontier and that the KHI rf itiining the bridges is be in risiiiii The railways have been taken by the military establishmentand ilie sentries are posted night and day oh top of every hill anil mountain Austrians Arrested Venice May Austriasts were arrested here charged uitn ng spies assert that tlmy have evidence that the three prisoners have been sending information to STORY OF CLHNf ID IN REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE im there honiinrto I anrwith hi bear arriving ai ut p m Leaves Kane Su t My International News London May ly the spread of tlie riots throiiirhoul London and Knir jantl today 1femier Asiuiith this afternoon called a special meet mr eahinet to consider plans for dealing with the dis turbances The war office ordered troops tovarious olJhe and martial law is imminent The tear that IJernuui hcmes bo inirniiii dtirin the The rioting was resumed this ami was jyrowing in violence tliis iifieriition Pitched battles are fought between molis and the police Muiy have lieen injured and scores arrested j The special constabulary force or1 ui proteit from aerial called out at noon to proI liCt of CSermany Tile I Jerinan risideiits nf thc Kast India dock road concentrated in Uvo houses j and fort i lied these for defense These j were stormed by the moibs but the succeeied in beating them oft When the police arrived they called upon the Germans to surrender Iut tliey refused A wild fight fol lowed iu which many injured Gorman shops have been sacked and burned Russian Jews who are mis taken for Germans are flocking to the jiolice stations for protection RUSSIA CLAIMS NEW LINES FORMED AFTER AN ORDERLY RETREAT Official Statement Says AustroGer man Troops Were Checked When New Were Assumed International Nows Ietrograd May terrific of the AustroGerman8 in the Carnartiians hare forced the RUH sianR to retreat The war office ad mitted that Phe troops had withdrawn to the Beekid ranges but stated that the retreat was carried on in aa or derly faahion ami that practically all the artillery was saved Our fell hack without disorder to tiie posi tions assigned to is staled Them they checked the enemys im attacks for a time i 11 w ber of weeks under wnich employes 1et all help them pay httinx tribute i K compensation to the advance guard that has gone on before Now is the for re specting the memory of all the dead can be done in no better way than by helping the old comrades keep the day holy and the graves green threatened disaster to a large part of our forces The Russian lines in in tact upon the new front Not a single point has the foe succeeded in pierc The war office asserted however tha the German claims tf ureat suc cesses in the Maltic provinces anil Galicia are false Five cents Thursday Temple Mutual tonight Movies and Imth to weeks instead of 500 Suggestions wtre also offered to give more tion to employes against employes who might take technical advantage of the law in Home case It was also that 10 per cent of the insurance funds the heariuj it was an nounced fit at the provision relating lo liens against employers wunln he so that liens may not e tiled against them until the eleventh ilay after the default iu the payment nf compensation awarded against them UepreKCiitativcK various kinds of insunince companies also appeared ami submitted aniendnienis ID ibe Continued en page a who was working on lease west of the Ouslafsun farm I Followed the Bear The animal seemed very unconcern ed as to its surroundings and when Mr iitsTalsoir started in pursViit it only slightly increased its gait He followed the bear faras the Cry stal Outing Club house at the mineral springs where it entered the woods left him there hoping to i fvMlew acquaint sliip next fall The animal weighed probably close tu ijiiiumts Tiie bear is thought to have come front the big back of to to BARNES GROWS CONFIDENT AS THE END OF FAMOUS LIBEL SUIT APPROACHES Syracuse May the Mbaay Miuiing ring evidence the way the BarnesRoosevelt Itbet suit today appeared be approaching an end The confidence of llarnes grows as the trial nears an end as to Italys military prepara tions o NEUTRAL FLAGS POPULAR Nmv Vnrk May genera cancellation of the sailings of steam ers or of engaged from New York Knrniieiiii ports has followed the sinking of the accord ing ti agents of steamship linos here They say however that there has been an increase in I he of ressels Hying neutral NEW AUTO BUS EXCURSION and W R Davis will rim the excursions in their Hew auto bus Oh Saturday May Sun day May iu to ett and I Leaves Kiiae Saiurday at p arriving at t p m heaves llazel Katie Sunday at p arriving at Haxelurst at p m heaves Hazelhurst at p aniving at Kane at Stops anywhere enroute FUre hurst round trip one way Tic Pare to Mt Jewett round trip 5c one 4fK fVre to Kaneshelm round trtp 4ic one way Bwursion to tsmea Citr Sunday morning May heaves for lames City 7 a arriving at 7 iT a m leaves Tameti City at a ar riving iKane at a m heaves Kane at tt a arriving at James City at 11 a m leaves James City at a arrivingat Kane at a m Stops made atCrystal going and coming Pare to James City 35c to Crystal Springs one way Kxcursion to lames City Saturday May heaves Kane at p arriving at James City at 7 p m heaves JamesCity at 7 p arriving at Kane at p m Kane at 10 p arriving at City at p m one TA ay Springs ad SOME OF UNCLE SAMS DANGEROUS DIVING CRAFT AMtRlCAN SUBMARINES AND TENDER DIAGRAM OF WHfTEHEAD TORPEDO interest little under No type of naval craft has ngurod so prominently in thepresent great conflict in Rurope and loomed so large in the puh since iho recent sinking of Mie as has the submarine that reason it is to say that more people have viewed the ater of the Atlantic submarine flotilla now anchored in Che Hudson river here have gone to see all the other big liquors tint together vessels despite their seemingly small are very costly The vesseta of the IV claim coat each and those of the K class I l 75 000 each The picture shpws the parent ship and flvo submarines of the l and K clans Insert a diagram of a White head torpedo A pistol detonator primer whicli causes the explosion of O when the torpedo fltrikea an object II oxploslve head filled wiili wet Kiincotton C air chamber with compressed air at a pressure of approximately pounds per noiiaxe inch for action P balance chamber con taining mechanism for regulating Use depth of submergence at which the torpedo is adjusted lo run K engine room containing propelling machin ery h p motor of latest 18Inch type F buoyancy chamber empty to give the necessary buoyancy tt the torpedo G gyroscope an instru ment for corrorting any deviation of the torpedo from the line of fire H rudders and mechanism for operating 1 acrtwa II operating clock wise and The Two Remaning Streets Were Owed This Modwig WORK OF SCHOOL WREN jHow the Boys and Girls Stirred Up I Enthusiasm in the First Effort j to Make Kane a Spotless Community Kollowing is the report r the civic on cleanup day roved siicli a success on Saturday last Thai Kane is Able in the way of up iiVas demonstrated last Saiurday when tlie Kane Study cltrb trough its civic committee in co with the schools ami the lress observed May Sth as bargain In preparation for the day a junior was organized among the chool children each child purchas for a penny a button and signing help make Kane morts clean and more beautiful School Childrens Part On Friday last the school childrea Mirred up attention and enthusiasm jy various parades each school en teringand each vying with the other in suggestive costumes implements and banners About one thousand children participated ie west side school children at tracted notice their banners of different colors with the inscriptions Keep Kane Klean and K K The residenters of the west side were surely given good warning of the next tiays Work in the oftrepeated yell Ki Ki Hi Hi Klean up why Make Kane K Ira 11 up beautiful Oh me Oh my Thats why Thats why The Welch street school children vied with the others in bright ban ners each grade taking a color scheme for itself Tliey stirred up feeling when they sang to the tune of perary a long iway to Welch street school house Its a long way to Its a long way to Welch street school house To the cleanest place I know Goodihye dear old Central Farewell Clay street too Its a long way to Welch street school house Hut we shine like new The Central school pupils were most riginal in their ideas and their pa rade was most effective Tho primary girls and Itoys were titled out with ittle soldier caps and smaller ones carried brooms mop sticks and like irticles to suggest clean The Higher grades were distinguished one from the other by a color scheme which was carried out in banners pen nants and dress The many yells used by these pupils were all fine and certainlyadvertised the clean up project With great vim came yell Stniwlmrry short cake Illueberry pie Central Civic Club Makes dirt The street pupils numbered ver one hundred fifty girls and hoy and iwere atoly lead by high school boys from their district Their liui ners bore the inscriptions Kane is Make Kane They gave full expression to their feelings in yelling Clean up Clean tip Hear our call Clean up Clean tip One and all Clean up Clean up This our If you need any help Ask Clay street nchool The of the upper grades from all schools are deserving of special credit for the way In which aa lead ers they managed the parades and took hold of the work The Actual work On Saturday actual work in clean ing began The town wad divided in Con tinned on Page   

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