Headlines from the Past

Staff Writer

Kane Republican Headlines from the Past – Week of March 31, 1916
American Window Glass Has Cut Another Melon
Concern Which Maintains a Big Plant Here is in a Class with the “War Brides”
American Window Glass machine stock would never be classed as a “war bride”, but when it comes to the actual distribution of earnings among holders, it deserves to rank with Bethlehem Steel.

Impossible To Wash Fraley Street In Its Present Condition
A great many complaints are being heard in regard to the filthy conditions of Fraley Street, and a great many are wondering why the borough officials do not have the street washed down.
A Republican representative interviewed the president of the council and the street commissioner regarding the matter, and they stated that it would not be practicable to wash the street in its present condition as the catch basins and sewers are inadequate to take care of the dirt.

Congregational Society Vote to Rebuild Church
Edifice To Be One of The Handsomest in This Section
As a result of the action taken by the members of the First Congregational Church, last evening, Kane, within the next few months, will have another beautiful church edifice of which both the congregation and the city may feel justly proud.
The meeting was well-attended and without a dissenting voice it was voted to rebuild the exterior of the present edifice, at the corner of Greeves and Chase Streets, using grey tapestry brick as the material.

Kane Man Chosen To Head The New Farm Bureau
A.T. Larson Was Elected President of This Important Organization At Enthusiastic Meeting

Statement Shows Circulation Gain for Republican
One Hundred And Fifty New Subscribers Since Last Report Was Made
Few Homes Without It
The press now runs 2,300 daily, an increase of 150 in the last half year. Not more than fifty English speaking families in Kane do not subscribe for the Republican.

First Exhibition of “Birth of a Nation” Fills Temple Theatre

Case Settled After A Young Italian Is Bound Over to Court Frank Sirianni and William Filippi Patch Up Truce After Hearing
Frank Sirianni, a young Italian who is employed in the American Window Glass plant, was arrested yesterday afternoon by Constable Dilley on a warrant sworn out by William Filippi, charging him with making threats to strike and otherwise abuse him, and that he and his family were in danger.

Mountain House Celebrates Its 20th Birthday
Banquet And Speech Making Are Features Of the Observances
Kenneth Whitehill, President, and John Longshore, Captain, are elected for the ensuing year.