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Lawrence Jeffersonian Gazette (Newspaper) - March 17, 1915, Lawrence, Kansas Lum Xxxiv March 1915 number 28 rumours of important develop ments Divide attention in italian diplomatic Servia threatens albanian i negotiations with Austria Are progressing and the peace advocates Hope for a settlement Tye differences that have i Arisen Between Italy and aus by United March rumours of developments in the bal vans divided the attention of diplomatic circles today with the re port that Austria and Italy were near a advices from Skub indicate the massing of Servian troops in the direction of the albanian this gave Rise to the report that ser 1 via had suddenly determined to in Vade the object being to hold the another report from Salonika said that important movements had occurred in the direction of the Turk bulgarian indicating that the bulgarian movement j southward toward the Gulf j Saros had i anti austrian demonstrations Are again reported in a number of ital Ian meanwhile the negotiations with Austria Are proceeding and the peace advocates Hope for a Settle the generally fair tonight an thurs Day not much change in tempera was the Forenoon forecast of the weather Bureau for the night a Clear and a heavy White Frost but Sunshine at Daybreak was followed Bya ten Dency toward that kept the Day from being Albright As the Promise freeing tem or thereabouts was indicated by the the cloudiness increased us the Day the temperatures 7 tenant of the British Cruiser today denied that the Dresden was sunk in Neutral speaker Stone declared the con a i v Ference committee report was looting committee plan finally quite a flurry created in the House by the objection made to the measure that had been agreed to by the French storming results in by United March French Are again storming the German trenches in the Champagne it is officially West of the Perthes the attacks have been but North of Menila a Strong French Force is energetically German the last reports showed the re sult to be in March 17 a flurry occurred in the House of the Kansas legislature again this morn no when the conference committee report on appropriations came up for who objected last even to the Somne Diatte adoption of he this morning moved that the received and speaker Stone took the floor in Avor of the Jocelyn pro tested against the totals and the i division of the funds and declared English Steamer attacked by shamrocks Given to British by United March a thousand by United South March the Steamer blonde arriving Tyne that she was at tacked by German Taup and one member of the Crew germans renew by United March the renewal of shamrocks were distributed Toda to the British soldiers in France and i a emf prevented from mounting tile bombardment of Rheims and Soissons by the germans and gains at several Points along the France Flanders Are officially floods Force germans by United i March French War and a British Landing party to Day prevented the turks from mounting new guns Driear the Dar l two British Blats i were Maer in the Valley of the Orzco have forced the germans threatening pro Anysz from the Northeast to retire a Dis Tance of nearly two the bombardment of South of where the austrians halted in their Retreat from the another big Batik is by United March 1 Steamer Ata Lank Otis the British we off Inis Turk but Man Gid to the Fingal was Oft san with six men the prowess of s designed submarines in castrated sinking of heat Potafoff the West coast of Thev evidently have a cruising hindi soc least Miles As the to will not accept the theory we o germans have a submarine and China fixing things i United Anarch foreign office today stated that a Luis factors solution of the rec gotta with China was in a tag to the Central new enied Dresden St Kkt in Neutral president observed by United March 1hr wore u Green lie and Bunch of shamrocks half million fire by United Block and a half of buildings in the heart of the business District Wen destroyed by fire Early that Tae measure proposed constitute a looting thee state Keene argued in favor of the adoption of the report that the House might have something on which to base its final action on appropriation by a vote of 65 to s8 the Jocelyn motion was and the vote recorded the first time speaker Stone had been Defeated in any fight be had made on the floor of the on motion of Keene the Confer once Tomt Cutler Tecott was adopted by a vote of 81 to 1 the House took up this morning the consideration of the executive and judicial appropriation i i f time has been set for taking up the University appropriation which will come the Senate to the but it is Likely to be Given consideration this is expected to be a slow process in the House As Many members will want to explain their it is reported that of the educational Bills pass As recommended that a petition will be signed by Many members of the House to the asking him to take action that was found impossible in the legislature the House this morning amended the Senate adjournment Resolution and fixed tonight for the last consideration of new saturday As the limit for the consideration of Bills for the other this would fix the adjournment Date for wednesday of next the Senate probably defer action on the amended Resolution until it is certain of the outcome on the appropriation that part of the conference com a loss of the fire was j pm Trees pm chests Forth brought largely by items for the support of the follows 1916 March i the efforts of the dealt it fire do leaving Mexico fore Nef s getting assistance to get out of by United exodus of non mexicans from Mexico Cit is now and the state department is a foreigners who can leave Are going to Vera where they will be protected by american warships if both Carranza and the Sapatis is Are cooperating with the Braz City live Stock United Sas March Market steady steers cows and heifers seipts Market Low to Best City Cash March off 2 2 cars Market on in the moving of the has promised to for Ward red Cross supplies to the Cap Ilian Consul excavations Shaw Strahan Start today on North Shaw and Strehan were awarded the contract for excavating for the new school required Bonds this morning and went to Wrork this the first excavating is being done on the site of Lawrence 1917 University is As maintenance and including Rosedale medical state Extension and Pur Chase of Coal repairs and improvements of 500 500 buildings and chancellors contingent erection fad Dit ional Hospital facilities at Rose and the sum appropriated in 1913 for a Laboratory bin lying Jet Rose which has not been is hereby re appropriated and made immediately available for use in the erection of additional Hospital Facil under this arrangement the University will the me for the first year of the biennium and for the second or a total of this rep resents a increase Over the original House the amount allowed for main Cenance is lower than was provided in the Senate the report was submitted in both houses at 5 Oclock yesterday it was adopted immediately in the and copies were ordered printed for the guidance of the it was explained that with the Quick work that will be necessary in the next few some of the Bills will have to be passed without having been but nil the figures Are contained in the conference report and the senators can follow the jills readily enough by the Aid of the printed but the Houes while the Senate gave every appearance of accepting the report of the committee As the basis on which the appropriation Bills were to be there is a different Story to Tell of the number of members there objected to the adoption of the they wanted it printed and wished to have time to look Over the though an adoption of the report would not bind then to vote for the figures in the Jocelyn of sex Wick made a motion to defer action on the report unti tomorrow the motion a Roll Call had been secured on this motion and speaker Stone took occasion to roast the con Ference committee he said it Wasi disgrace the Way the items of the report had been arrived and charged that there had been disgraceful trading and an entire absence of a visness considerations in cutting out some items and allow ing others to the speech appeared to be an attack on the committee and the but speaker Stone wound up by stating that he probably would vote to adopt the report this whose motion to defer was immediately made a motion to adjourn and this motion so the Sedgwick member succeeded in deferring consideration of the report in one Way if not this somewhat Stormy reception the report received in the House caused a number of members fear thit even yet the appropriations were not out of the there was some apprehension that when the morning dawned some organized opposition to the adoption of the report might be undoing All the work of the third conference committee and again putting All the legislative plans up in the the opinion was rather general however that there were enough members who Are tired enough of the legislature and All its works to head off any Effort in this should the present negotiations fall through a special session would be almost As the House Mem Bers probably would simply refuse to stay in session and go through the whole weary round the conference report did not suit it perhaps would be nearer the truth to say that it did not quite suit the representatives of some of the institutions thought the University had than its share from the the agricultural College received Only this amount is to erect Wagon and hav a Slaughter a barn and store a poultry there was some complaint from the agricultural College but taken As a whole the impression prevailed that the distribution of the funds had been As fairly made As was the legislature generally now has the idea that it will be possible to Complete All the work and get away from Topeka by a Resolution which passed the Senate yesterday providing that the consideration of original Bills should Stop at noon was held up in the House yesterday because it did not provide the time for the end of consideration of All Bills and fix the time of final the House proposed to Amend it by ending the consideration of Bills saturday and providing for final adjournment wednesday of next the House killed the Bill in crease the salaries of supreme court justices and District judges in Kan the vote was in the course of the debate a Good Many of the members took occasion to say something about the judicial re apportionment Bill which a spelled in a House committee they asserted that they would like to vote Forsum increase of Sal Aries if some saving As would be brought about by reducing the num Ber of districts could be there were a Good who thought that thai than increasing salaries would la a Law to pay Ling expenses of judges who have Large there Are several counties in the state Large enough to comprise an entire judicial in such districts the judge is not to travel at in other districts there Are ten or a dozen county Bounty rents in All of which the judges must hold and under the present arrangement they must pay All their travelling expenses out of their both the Senate and House Are working More slowly All the time and cutting Down the number of the Senate can not Hope to lower its record of and when one Bill each Day was but neither House is keen to continue work on its if the Resolution to take up the Bills of the other House from this time on is adopted there will be a few More Days of the remainder of the week will be kept reasonably Busy if the appropriation Bills Are for some1 of them May take a Deal of to it is d that if a few of big items of the University Ami Agri cultural College Are eliminated from there Are not half a dozen changes in the conference committee report present etl yesterday from what reached by by the previous the difference the mood of the men making up the the first ones were not particularly anxious to while the last one was determined to get together it it were there is a humorous touch in the closing words of the in which the two houses Are invited to sub mit the remainder of their different fences to the committee which finished its work the report closes As follows the executive and judicial budget has not yet been passed upon by the and should any further differences arise in connection with it or with other Bills not included we respectfully request that such differences be referred to this committee for senator Mains which was aimed to compel the Rock Island Railroad to Stop its trains at Law rence to take on and let off Passen Gers was killed in the House yester Day it appears that at the time the vote was taken which extracted from the Bill its enacting there were a Good Many members who didst understand the question for that reason it was planned to ask a reconsider of the Bill the Bill had fair sailing in the House until the members began to offer in its original form the Bill provided trains must Stop at towns having More than by Amend ment this was Cut Down to then there began to be object Ion and the measure finally was it will be possible for Kansas towns to have City managers under the provisions of a state Law if sen Ator Howes City manager Bill which passed the night gets by the senator Howe hails from Abilene where the nearest approach to a City manager yet reached in Kansas was first from what he saw of its Workings there he concluded that the system was worthy of recognition in the state much alarm foreigners at asking american by United March alarm exists at the state department owing to the severe defeat suffered by the Yucatan insurgents against car it is stated that the foreigners there Are asking an Asylum on an american went to visit Thomas Stam went Down to Kansas City this morning to see Peter one of his who was operated on a week ago in a swedish Hospital for appendicitis half a Hundred members of the High school boys club signed Strong pledge to officials urged to energetic action City authorities to be visited by boys who will ask cooperation i enforce mint of present City ordinances against the High school boys club had another important meeting last night in the con Hoffman made a Strong Appeal to the boys in regard to the set of resolutions they adopted at the last meeting in the use of tobacco among the members was the boys were placed face to face with conditions brought about from the smoking of Cigar ettes among several of the boys who Short talks on their experience in fighting this they All emphasized the fact that never had they been Able to successfully overcome the habit by one or two have tried and met with Success but Mostof them have had to just break f Tho following set of resolutions was then i the members of the High school boys recognizing Thor fact that the use of tobacco by boys of the High is and knowing that the Selling of tobacco As Well As the use is expressly forbidden by the state Law and City and be Lieving action on the part of the proper officials in Eft forcing such Laws Wouldhave a Strong deterring effect on the boys of the Community who Are or who might become the victims of the tobacco do hereby that we request the officials of Liis Community to take Public and energetic action against violations of this cigarette Law and that we pledge our cordial sympathy and Active cooperation with action fending to free the boys of the Community from ther use of cigarettes or tobacco in any that As future citizens of the City of Lawrence do now take this action with the common and individual welfare of the Community in these resolutions were then sign signed by the 44 members of club a committee of consisting of Taui George Woodward and was then appointed in take then lip with the City i tiie nit tar of furnishing the entertainment for i via pal program to be Given in the school was taken the club decided to give the program and a committee consisting of Lawrence Gordon suanders find Dempsey Elliot was App into arrange the rile y talk pleases Good crowd hears professor Macmurray professor Arthur Macmurray lecture on James Whitcomb Riley Drew an appreciative crowd to the congregational Church last before the lecture several musical numbers were Given including a duet for Harp and by Bell and miss Dorothy and a vocal Solo Evjy miss Edna accompanied by miss Helen Jenkins professor Macmurray gave a varied program of selections Roox the Hoosier Poe two an old sweetheart of mine and old fashioned roses were read to the accompaniment of appropriate piano music by the program was Given under the auspices of the april Plymouth we Tike never again i to ourselves this was a false

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