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Lawrence Journal World (Newspaper) - January 15, 1915, Lawrence, Kansas Volume january her greater Thanet estimates vary from 25 thousand killed to 50 Felt on respond Swiss quickly for p Frontier Appeal for i parents Are Plak for a meeting next Friday in High school auditorium representatives lot the various parents and Teu chars associations of Tolje City met yesterday at Central school and made arrangements for holding a meeting at 3 Oclock Fri Day january 2nd the the societies in the Cit v interested King orders automobiles from the the welfare of the children and Tho Royal Palace to help with conveyance of injured Irving Hill was chairman of the meeting wednesday a id i lie May Tor briefly discussed Tho ii and to j1 metre generally discussed Al the next meeting was that no the Hoys Smo out of Nineteen Incorv Nowod in one place of Rhein were round to to no company has a message from its a orcs Pond Itu who save she magnitude of the Kalian disaster increases As furl news is the casualties at Dima that the Law in being violated Rei air estimated at out id a men Olio Aresi Jling Hiya relics is May Issue calendars association will Issue calendars in Stead of the merchants individually in his annual report before the merchants association in their meet makes More promises Leavenworth county Engineer says Board will soon act for six months or More county at Torney Amiek has been Rae rinse away at the Leavenwort tells of the care that should be sex january Secretary Sparks suit was filed this morning county officials in the attempt to get excised in handling milk urges clean quarters for cows clean As Well a used Wilf present the matter of the Asso surroundings cation issuing calendars in 1916 arid pro rating the Cost Amon the Var ions members collection of due rent needed for Tho Union has been a failure Only but something is Labh to drop sonic of these lies and drop ban until act monday saw Little business transacted population persons arc ported killed and the number dead at san Benidetto is Given chronicles Conr respondent estimates the total killed and injured at Between ninety and one Hundred from the earthquake districts of Italy still conies in slowly but enough is known first week of session to show the disaster is greater limn that which Ucell Messina six estimates vary to and in probably lie Days before exact figures Are and Soro 15 Miles Souli of were the worse suffer ers so far As loss of life is of Cemi reports today irom the North Siy the Shock was Felt As far North As j Swiss Frontier in the Alps in that Region there were the result of t he this would make it appear that tie make extended through the in tits length of the italian government and ple quickly responded to i health of the Community depends on the care exercised by the sanitation is i to one thing Ihal Nusl be strictly Alivod in handling milk in order keep i clean and still Billings yesterday federation of women clubs Oil the president of Billious went is in of in Busy on the repairs Eudora first one excuse has been and then but a letter just it is thought that plan will blame is Laid on the failure of received from county students to pay their pledges indicates that the about to reach an the new closing scenes were of a Melodia Board organized monday and i is inter school lobby organized to appear before legislature making concerted Effort greatly reduce the amount of spent each year by tire and other business through eliminating Booroj j sent to the same by the association buying the Cal ont Lars in larger quantities than the individual merchant it is thought thai j lower pricey can be j Hugh a alumnus leads the movement Matic will be pulled off to pay debts about last night Call was answered on to say that the cleanest possible of conditions in a Dairy could not by any Means be too clean for Best handling of the commodity that forms the larger of the childrens the Pond Tigris and utensils in which milk is generally handled were de scribed by Billings and then he of i he Best method of Keesim the utensils in the first place to Start i he sanitary work is in the pens where the cattle Are Many of j Ujj e Dairy men arc careless about it he Wiy the Burns Ami cattle pens Are kept first woman to have the office As sergeant terms presidents door when he is in ii Ficu my Heads Oil would be she allo watches the tells the it Sidon when Muld Scarf the Scauo to the legislature will have Chance i to determine whether or hot in cares i to for state life insurance Iro Ducco in the House a Bill authorize the state to write life insure the insurance commissioner is to make up the table of rates according to Kansas vital statistics and when the rates Are Annoti ced any citizen can go to county make his and when is accepted in j when finally is miss Altio loader of Yatos Center the Honor of the first 1 woman Ever named As sergeant Al arms in the Kansas she i was appointed by lieutenant governor and president Iff the miss loader is the of Iri Purdian of the lieutenant she outside the 1 1 Call for thousands of troops have been sent Totin scone As of and Relief is going of Day Ami Nigil supplies have been dispatched train where possible and in motor cars when the rail ways the general commander of the Rod Cross was Quick to act rep All members to join in the Raj from Ofloy county in Lief Kinsor Victor is tireless in his endeavours to Spur on the work and is encouraging the messages reaching from All Jilong the line from Home to car Coli mid say everywhere 1 inking passes the people Greet Kimii j Ami on press their the King asked All to abandon sary formalities and to desist from j inappropriate having Lizard the Means of Portal Ion Are still lacking the ordered All the automobiles at Royal Palace to to dispatched for is in the Pope is deeply grieved Over hoho showed his interest by a visit to Santa Maria whore ii injured during the re reviving treat lie spoke to Oacie one of he lie consoled i hem by saying to would entrust the task no seek mar their r Lati wins Anil by impart ing to All the apostolic the american Nelson called at ministry of the Interior yesterday to express lilt1 sympathy of with Tho permission of he american govern ambassador pm dispatched a party of officials from the Ameri can pm Buss Lollio scene to Render chief pro sen s a scene of wreck and desolation practically every building is in ruin and nearly All its people arc dead o Many arc still buried under inc debris and the rescuers Are working Nii lit Anil Day i i an Endeavor to Roach about five bodies Bay lied Luthc towns of san v Ami Castro none have practically Potor san Balsor Castol Paul inti and Sorbo received serious name a 1 woman sergeant a Man Flat k dirty barns will also have dirty utensils in which to the matter of keeping cuts m state May write life insurance fur is another Kaftor that its citizens hit Kansas must they joint St Musi have wholesome food and their bodies must be kept itis impossible to keep the milk clean if the cows Are dirty and Small particles of dirt fall into the Juk while the milk ing is being the condition of the in which the milk is kept is a very in Factor and Mustbe carefully washed and some of tin Dairy men Are in keeping the utensils they them in cold water which will not cleanse i the utensils should be scalded Leach time they arc there Are principle issues thai must be considered in handling milk first cleanliness of the second the third the utensils fourth clothes of the person handling the is too often the Case that the Dairy men will Pur ii this dirtiest clothes Toj Tako of Lihe and handling the in to keep the milk in the the voice do you know that the a plan furniture is being moved out of the House occupied by the l n Jion this was news to Plank who had been working hard to collect j claims re due As rent for the 1 House and had delayed attaching Tho j goods until this morning upon the j promises that a settlement would be Plank at once got his Duko Mcconnell and the sheriff when j i arrived at the Lioti he was some what surprised to hell tonight11 Secretary of the alumni Asso and All brother masons invited to of i j lived that the new Board will be i More favourably inclined to do the work than the old at any rate i Thomas promised to take it Ftp wit ii Board at once find then notify after the plans Are approved by the Board it then be necessary for them to be approved by county but As the local Board wants done the delay is All attributable to the other count a sanitary evangelist Calls dancing set to music announces his position in the inter View which follows reeling the upon the agreement by prof Flint Bottomly that no rights would be surrendered by the remove i of the Plank permitted the furniture already on the wagons j to be taken away and morning in the Seji nou vast the he brought suit for and it mapped dancing and card play cached the goods remaining in the ing v hard i have i House and also the goods i that heard that you have a respectable been Minges on the worlds great est wife of evangelist spoke to great crowd of girls with Twenty converts in the regenerated Republican party of for sweep ing Victory in 1916 Devi there in you Moth ers dont realize that in teaching your girls dance that you Are just iia ining them for in a canvass of All the Eastern out j the was in chattel As on 1n speaking of the today Flint said when the dents Union was started the alumni association furnished for purpose of buying furniture my took of a number of Fillen girls Anil i a chattel mortgage on did them testified with i unit ourselves of the their own lips that they Start on the Ball room there is Tlle arc just two spirits in these trims Blun notice yesterday of card playing has the gambling spirit j while dancing is nothing but you with me brother Minges i Only Lance because John likes to Well n i who of an Active part the organization of the pro Greive party and last year served As Secretary of the progressive Omi Iii Lee for the second congressional Dis Bias Given an interview to the journal world announcing his v turn to the Republican which he was a lifelong member up to the time of the National Conven Tion of although for two years Thi Union was closed immediately ordered the Transfer move the furniture to Fraser whore it could Ibe stored j read to used once More if the try it out i i i i r i t students Council found the Best ii own oui i i which to reopen the and have a medical Laving a and accepted pays he Money is to be in vested in i Ansas farm mortgages and thei insurance is to be writ ten at aet ii Cost i Ianul solicitors land the in inc actual i anon no to handle i he Bibisi senator Intro died i to asked for by Tho women clubs providing Fiir the joint ownership of All property by the husband Anil neither can give away by will More than on half of Tho property owned no Sid Wick Colin in introduced a Bill intended to an other Rock the Nock the ii prohibits appeals to the supreme court of any Meanor Case where the line docs not exceed or the jail Sci Tesio Dors not six for years in has Boon tin1 custom join lists to lilt Appeal Bonds and then return to Selling liquor while the Appeal is pending for two or Throe in the supreme also introduced a Bill changing the oily election in Kansas irom april to time As the general elections in senator Milton introduced a Bill making All Slock Public utilities and giving tin Public utilities commission oven Ratis and food i Tho Senate was in Only an hour today and then adjourned Mitil four Oclock monday held a session after noon and then adj Nice until mini Best cond fio it is necessary to Cool the milk As quickly As possible for the bacteria will develop in the milk As it is warm and when is cooled the bacteria will no longer health of a Large number of the people in town depend on the dairymen and unless they Are very careful in epidemic of disease break out at any sanitation was i lie so Ronesi Poilu made f he Given and Eurg de that All possible be done k make the dairies More miss Helen Tine of Lead ing club women expressed the desire All of the dairymen of Lawrence Hiir the lecture Given by Bill can buy and Tut Bozof Coin flexion and look As Good As and of i the women that your husband dances with have the parlor floor waxed and cleared Oil Ami then get Hie Best to conic Down and Tjien i matter off vile your husband to come and dance j continued on i the doors of t Homens Union were i closed permanently and Lawrence Kanaga injured i the Union is Nowa thing outdo past University of iia hurriedly in Lac it to representative of tie alumni As Atu 1 wanted to get the my As quickly As skidding Auto threw him front of Indianapolis Street car Lawrence a brother if Clinton Kangail of the and a son of Clara Kan was seriously injured a few Days ago Al his Homo in Indianapolis in an Auto Street Tyr Kana ii was Riding infill when the skidding it directly in front hoboes must walk so says new poor commissioner who refuses to buy them tickets was of a Surprise i the new commissioner of i lie when to thai in inc last Throe Mouths in had the comity to buy tickets for floaters who flouted in and then Rode out on have a Rock pile said and anyone who and in i to crash which followed Kanaga was severely Cut about Iio head and ins Nam broken in two word received this morning stated i action was prompted following a mass mooting in Fraser Chat ipod yesterday afternoon held As a last re sort in Hopes of saving the Union which was started by the men s Stu Dent Council just a year the financial condition of1 the Union has been in a shaky state in this on account of failure the car threw among students to pay up the Money of Street car j they had pledged to support the in Tho student been i Campaign since to Christmas holidays to in led Money to save the but in account old who indifferent attitude of that the amputation of his Arm was j Tho a mass meeting a committee necessary to save his life am he was in serious Kanaga loft this morning for i Lawrence All Hough a Young Man has made a decided Siu Clessas a business Man and is i i head of the grocery Devin ramen in that i held yesterday afternoon Lian James Mitchell previous to had been an insure this action on the part of Mitchell comes after mature Doliboa lion and is influenced in any by personal with thousands of Mitchell Robell cil against action of the National Ami also took failure of flip Reyuh the cd jillions to Council to determine whether sin lican parly to revise the Tariff Down and w Money absolutely refused in earn i the Block and department s i lie has a two inn Price of a ticket can get cents a cubic Yard for breaking Gray then fold of a big husky who imposed upon the salvation Captain for food and Mcconnell a candidate Walker prepares a Bill wants regulate operation of steam Power plants in Kansas Dean of the 1 Ivor Siviy is in Tii Noka to div with i in Rescue a Separini a All army men h41p turned of Homes no Large buildings Center of disturbance in dry drained in 1176 Jan pol it ions Houie correspondent says i in Imber of Carl Humiko victims cods fl000 and this list would in Uro Ator had it not been fur i lit fad no Law cities the Center of the disturbance was situated in the dry Lake fun which was drained in by Prince at a Crisli of about As to the chum of the disaster the Corr Sponden Iain i ratios who i to to ill Iod Coil inn i Himi regulate the operation of steam i plants in lean walk 1 or returned a Short Lime extensive trip Tinea i Dur 1 which i studied Cydil in the announces that he is a candidate for Justice of the peace subject to the primaries the first candidate to announce himself the candidacy of the of fice of Justice of the peace subject i to the primaries in March was a Young Lawrence Law Mcconnell is a Graduato of he University Law has been prac Liconsi for some lie Dent body really wanted student As Only fort two including Fen Cou acumen were present at the presi Dent of he concluded thai body did not wish a tin Ion at and ordered the build in closed the Union is about three Hundred dollars in at present arc no Reserve fund in the but the Council has pledges of two dollars a years member ship As the Union was oper ated for nearly okie every will in collect half of one of these the Money to pay Eft the remaining por Tion of the debt will be secured from the weekly dances Given by the Ilene if necessary Proiti Dout exit Tommy declared that stunts would to staged by legislature Down to re irister of deeds Here for four i 1 the benefits i rom which i will collapse and kill Mere people was injured detachments Enid ing on Trio artillerymen Caribino ers i Bas Repov Rod so1 hat the have arrived to assist in Tho Rescue doctors do think thai jigs Ido is guard i Lonzor in the houses in inc town have not it has required All been destroyed bit most tip those i save la still standing Ali Roatti i and his injured log fhe occupants have i of the Annao Roizis condition of Mcl lire May i Stiitt their ii can helped after to has up to the present bodies have been Sutrick Efly recovered so thai the years and has been in Legal proceed in some Mcconnel has 1 the Micro or a mini of years and to has a Broad stir ii his Home is 1ui1 v death of infant child Fussell the infant win and William Kerns saturday Niolu their Home on conic Picut int Orient to in the Oak Hill Uro towards this i Tho furniture in the Union build in in Isth property of the univer Siviy alumni and will to stored by in Case any attempts made to reestablish student Union some time in the president declared last night that tin 1j efforts would be made to reopen the red is will quotes an saying a i taken from the ruins Larae Nam can be it Bers probable that no operation will necessary Kansas weather note vested Day i 7 ii today unsettled tonight and probably Snow and rain or Snow East Union this audit county books a Bill providing for inc auditing of the books of will Coni ily at the beginning and end of their terms was introduced it to thex House yesler Day by Tilman of the counties will stand the expense f audits if the Bill is Frank Durland went to Corliss to Ward in had been but Nowlie sees fhe futility of to Vanir legislation through a Thiol ii Nii therefore once More aligns himself with the Republican parly feeling certain that in Good time the reforms looked for will be enacted into by the As Active in the i Ion of progressive parly in county and in the said j Frol Vit my duly to those who have placed in me in state in Ziy Jird Merit the progressive part v is As a political organisation it has been that i rom i lie standpoint of impressing Public need of certain reforms it has a pronounced from inc Start it was a protest against rhe failure of the representatives of the Republican party to fulfil its rather i hair against voters who the inter was a protest against the acts of the which upon itself the to override slate Laws and assumed to to reach of the thata very Large per cent of the re publican voters disapproved of acts of the committee was shown conclusively Small Vole tin1 was therefore divided into Man one part believing Lhasa new parly was necessary and the other which in sympathy with the methods of the believed that it would be possible to make lilo necessary within the boldly under our Load some of whom afterwards slipped to the rear and avoided continued on Page j appropriation includes University Adi ministration building in Riew of the alarming Davis that no new buildings be Al Lowed the state educational institutions by the legislature t is the alumni association of the state school Are planning a concerted Effort Roget adequate appropriations for what they cons Dertl needs the an inter school lobby ii being organized this under the direction of Wheeler Aivil Hugh Fisher of wheel Dent of the Topeka bran i Kansas state Agri cultus and Fisher is graduate school at the state univ r is the 1 of the lava an is prominent progressive believes that while new part is dead its principles live effective working lobby vill be of a nixed by the end of and then the work of showing the Lesliy gators that Money must be appropriated for the schools to will v heretofore the alumni and faculty of the state school have been Moie or loss at logger Heads Over the mat Ter of appropriation for different that Alii under the control of the Board of adm Nistra it the Lobb Jasis for each school to unite on the boards recommendation Fri and tie fight instead of each institution for the official lobbying committee of the alumni of the institutions is to a acts each or Wheeler As chairman and Fisher As in its first Bienne report flip Board of adminis Ratson makes lec for for buildings in Tho next two1 10 clouding for1a new administration building at the for a new ii Iii in gilding a1 the and a new building at the a jays which has had a phenomenal growth in fhe Las two years it also for a Hospital building and dispensary at the re Tsedale a Branch of the physics to Cost As asked for the state agricultural col with for email buildings and Iti his biennial report the state Audi Tor reported that none of these new buildings were absolutely necessary at this and that none of them should get an appropriation session of the in the Only new building Davis would stand for in any of the is a building at the Larned with possibly appropriations for the new Pittsburg building Al ready to replace the one destroyed last want to see Good measures placed before the legislature in this session pick out a list the issues they want to especially n lobbyists j at Tho Nice King the Feder Aliw of women club yesterday after noon miss Helen Eacker explained of the measures that will come Boron the present session of the log that Are of Especial interest to inc toil Oral v in nig the of hugs she Moi Lionel must particularly thu lax fori he maintenance of the the Good Liti league and federation of clubs will do All in their Power o push a number of measures that were mentioned and get them before pie the following is a of f lie most important things tic federation want to see come before the legislature Mill mothers Ware Library child Hygiene state detention reduction of court costs in counties of to commissioner to collect deferred costs and do liniment personal civil litigants pay costs of commissioner Walker would Abol ish irrigation Board and place it Uii Iler and Secretary of slate Board of Grant of would place widows compensation under probate per tax of to 10 cents in speaker Stone suggests the employment of competent lawyers to whip the ideas of the legislature info Lila Day Monroe and Lillian Mitchner enrol As lob

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