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   Eau Claire Leader (Newspaper) - March 16, 1912, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                                VXlTEirMIXE WORKERS AND OPERATORS DECLARE THEY i FIRM IXJLESS AOREEMEXT JS El BY APR EL 1 180000 VTIIJi CEASE TOIL UXTIL AFTEB POLICI 161912 AFTER YEARS AC TiVE SERVICE FRICTION WITH SlPKTUQBS KAMMXfi JjFXaSUtWiVE ACTION W1U NOT STfii ltt WAGE PRIME MINISTER INDICATES DIS TRICT MIMA SHOtLT BE FIXED LOCATAY AXD TWEXTY BARE LTVKS 5farch was killepLand twenty others rxrif srcCESsou is IWl R K BOOLITTLE COMJllTTEE MEETS New York March United JUne Workers of America and the committee of tenanthracite coal bp erators ended negotiations here to day in a deadlockTonight both sidesdeclare they aro minersfor their demand of20 per cent increase in wages reeogni tion of the union a shorter work day and other concessions the op renpv0 of friction iTng superiors the of op iuates atmjdnighton ilareh 31 to tha oCtive less an agreement is reached by that date each side admits 180OOfl hard n cease work If there is any change of compro mise before that date it failedof expression President John T White of the miners organization and his colleagues said that they considered the case hopeless so far as avoiding suspension of work and prepared to Teiura noThe tomorrow The operators comniittee will re ceive the reHerafed demands of the iuiners organized in response to the THE POST Washington Har vey W Wiley left the laboratories tonight where for nearly 29 years Tie had government oftcial bur determined to champioiTBthe cause of pure food froni the ranks of Friction B3i Ins people mperiors and London March govern ments efforts to settle the coal strikehyeKectuigan agree tween mine ovners and employees has failed ence the negotiations were broken man with their an EritKOffceight train composed of JJLJoadfedjSteel coal ears crashed into the factory of ice Ferry Xm and Set ScrewCompany here today The accident happened when the train was off this evening and legislative ac tion now will be sought to obtain a j minimum wage for all underground e As the reached the fop of the grade theweight of the cars dragged the Whoe train bactT Two ears but the rest of the coal workers The official aeocunt oMpdayfs con the wall ofcfthe factory driving it through mm ww STATE CHICAGO GETS AMnmTXGLH3XBERaM AXD STKEKT CARS SUFFER SPKLE OF STWF HAMPERING COXTTXIES OX PATH TOWARD Chicago Manli sliow storm amounting almost to a blizzard rasred hire throughout last night and stil with the prediction from he xveathi bureau that it will las the 9fwhom was caught uuiji was cau1 ference issued tonight after reviewJa the crushed to death ing the abortive attempts to obtain t agreement between theinterested BY TWKXT Y 1 i t ITT TTOAX VOTES roKs Tiniotuu vs oniG IXAIly Fit OF VOTED CISE wisooxsix SEX f BID lkR OEilVEltSAT HE TEUMSESTDIATE OF my LA RES THAT PAXIC parties continues As regards the question of how for ifood and were the reasons handing given byj iiyWiley for tits further than thai they regretted the miners After adjournment George F President White that theoperators committee meet thei miners at any time f Te pliedr t heywereeq ual of executive committee and the of the departmentof agriculture Dr Wiley wiI devote the re mainder of IMS life to the promo tion of the of civic right eousness and industrialintegrity whichunder lie the food and drus act Tn tlie Ifope that it may he ad intrests of people at Targe instead of that of few inerceriaty man dealers r any particular area the prime without pledgingthe gov ernment to any precise form of ma minT it snouid be locally fixed by a joint board ul each district consisting of representatives of the employers and employed with a neuiraUndependent ehairuian who might be selected bv the parties interested Such a body would in the opin onof tae at the Secretary Wil son said Dr had been a valu able man Or Wilevin his statement thank Mr TCilson forthe persoival abide hy their de mands They will nTeet tomorrow to ifteaijFiihaav phase of the situation which may develop Soformal strike will be declared President White said tonight until after the policy committee meets in Cleveland JLIaTOti Atthat time the result of the conference of bitu minous operators and miners sched fore the committee The bituminous miners have asked for a 10 percent increase and the operators have of fered to make a new agreement re ducing wages 10 per Cannot Advance J astate nient to the public issued tonigftt the anthracite coal operators com mittee reiterates the declaration that they cannot advance wages unless recompensed through anadvance In foal prices to the public which they do not consider warranted by any thing in the condition of the miii workers under the present agree nient exonerating Mm mnection witlr irresularHiesrvin employing always regarded as all im means Jf or securing an endto the controversybetween the employers and employed conferences adjourned the miners a statement that they had been empow ered by their executivecomminee to consider thegovernment bill Wough lie was in his position hje expected that false charges would be dismissed and expressed his disappointment that they were j lr explained that whMe he iTftl for determine to leave jie gov ernment service until two davs ao nearly six rears Tie had been conscious of an official envirnn orontially Dr Wiley lias nor yet decided whertier he will continue his for pure food thm the lecture field oras a writer andeditor ofhouse hold masrasines Until his successor in chosen Dr R E Boblittlp will act ns chief of the bureau of chemistry lt nTfc TIT COIUpiVlliOS MllHC i sjs JtSSff tori caped The trafa crew to scs iriortthan 100 yards vatv to movp thir tralo with cart during tho rush hours of thpmojalaff s helped by 24 Republican aithouRh this was offset by the dttpftiou uf 7 Pemoenulc Halnst the ljli iy frim At nioment primaries He Missouri handkerchiefa af jibroiighr an iitpwpi to rtx plans for liAi ifF To rivic TIST during tin dis its were report hours Telegrijjh companies tissed It WJLJ by tliiit the worn ocnilition ofthe wii ter prevailed The snow mel jruk ingconditions nndcrfiMit niisnnihlf The sturm is due t jtvh the urusoabonrd tOnight BOMBARDMENT OF 51OIV AMHASSA1JOR AMRRIOAXS PROM MOB uasf savior Wilson tonight received an iv jroiection for Americans C inTampico who are in danger of nl GREEN BAY ROAD PRQ8RES SUCCESSFli IX Oroin Ray Wis March meetingof the Green Bay nnO Western railroad the Kewaunee CfJreen Bay and Western Ahnapoe m1 Western and the Lola and North rrn railrfaa was field The Prosidont S S Palmer New York Vis Preident T A Jordan Green Hay secretarytreasurer Charles W fnx New York general manager F J C Thurnian eenoral freisrht and passenger agent J B riii The past years business is Mid to liiivtj been the most the rand has experienced ROW OVER DOLLAR PRiGlPITATf S AX1 THROTTS BOIY JXTO SXOW March A dispute fvcr a debt of one dollar led to the jlnylns of Paul Palkowski 28 years old by Joseph Koliniago alias Smith ill a west side hoarding house earlv BELIEVED VICTIM OF WOLF PACK TO HAVE BKEX BY iHchJ March SolmaMakkien wife of a Finnish farmer living rhcar Alston is believ jtdtohaVc been Jcilled and devoured liy wolves lasft night r Shortly before dark she set Out on skisfor si neighboring farm Sho failed to return and today searchers found her skis and parts of her clothing Tracks indicating a larsre pack of wolves were seen bythe rescue ports has attacked the office of the navijratsoa oomapnies there Circulars IJeple to an ami foreign demonstration were dLstnbuted this morning This af ternoon a mob satnered and accord ing to the ambassador reports has practically taken conrtol of the town Federals TS Rebels Cnieuahua March 15 A detach ment of government troops under General PongSo Vj Ha engaged a SILVRP SHQCTTKRS ARE HEID of ihft March chase of the tiir This occurred at itmn tif up the rtrcauts Ltiidor ilH wtnt A it no JJtac tUiOiffih as is Ih Tin un Imi c up t imp niirlvf fH if its Hccused tiiic sugar whik Krtssivts wized the opportunity Rive tariff views Anion tho who stip Miller a of M rt house trigedy and 4ta to rive Sidna and Floyd of co sexjaei up chiefs otthe band fvurt hous yesterday and rebel forcennder tone aiiiaeannoit near Ala Rosa oa lia today Dispatches sfrpm Alatoris no casuities but state that lie took 1n prisoners and that he Vas hopes of capturing ViHa as the latrer was travel TOth an escort forces AHE nux DREDS OP xvho would be clad of Oie portnnity of working for yon Air Farmer You tvould he glad Ret during strenuous days to coine And you can get them too if jon meet tliem throuffh the ITelp TVantcd oolnmns on tlie classified of the Ean eiaire Tvcador Tliere are many s men riftht now who are not to shake hands with work who jire cajrerly reading the Help Wanted ads on pasro today face ADDS ENTRY TO SURPLUS ACCOUNT EXPERT ACCOUXTAXTOXST4XD FOR GOXIJRXMEXT IX TntAL rtie JLeader Introdneo yon to them The cost is small Five lines three times 25 cents one week 50 cents s St Louis a 15 percent dividend amounting to L57ftaOto ha paid frnthestoekof the Lewis Cotnpany and with only on the surplus account E G Lewis added an en try of to the surplus ac counts as presenting increased val on his various publications ac cording to the testimony of A Ei Radert who is an expert ac countant for the United States de panment of justice was the witness today 101and the sheriff are in captivity 6th severely wounded Allens wife jsdead sliot in a bnttlc with a posse in the moun tains while defending her outlaw husband The fifth death was that ot Xancy Heirs a IS year old girt accidental ly shot during the fusillade in the house The other members of the gang in the mountains off toward the Jforth Carolina line wellarmed and wel supplied pne determined not to be taken The storming of Sidna Allens house late today was the next thinsr The posse1 snr caJin in a grovet March sent seme ofitsstars after in the the Aineri j iav COUglVfs roday MUwaukee Watenown and Green Bay AVis St Paul Detroit UiHour of the wiy tomtirrow Will upUlfe oiliF ffm lirms of iritlivldualff whiih orexipdj ycsar jTliis iax is intiiHlird to ofURi Chicago lijf now tlTiwi from siiffir An uruleistiujjnir the vtl before th house vote by it on day a number of bowlers eonipeiing Close followefs of the fis urici The local winners have shown tYi o date iii spiuof the olass of nieu who have shot and failed Swansots snd Sallandpr ot Chicago have withstood a longer at tack in the doubles tltau any two men ever before faced ifi a previous tournament In the singles Larry Suiions score of 679 fe still load in but if is predicted that several counts of 700 will beregistered be fore the close rf twelfth annual meet j of Coiojiel Rooseevlts idays alMadera Senator La PoUette this hut he of ius audience eicted xsresHea large tetrbgated thevranfeheir plfetf S nant you to kiiowthat T Here that be yas to I doui want tobe unfair toaiij Bui i ilofeay umt with tM8 tn people wentthe j Roosevelt passed by a t But now that you have to telf you somethingaboulGJipnel I want to tell their coming wag barri caded wellsupplied with firearms waldh he had brought from a store in which he was a partner From behindnatural fortresses the mountainside the posse blazed atriBe houseAand Allen blazed at the poase as fast as the of bis family would reloadhis rifles In a lull tlie posse rushed upon the house broke down the doors and found Al lens wife deadand Allen groaning n a T no to lave said tothe iiim back to Tnore dead alive to defraud The entry Radert said did not represent anything received hy the company Only a 2 per Dividend was aetnally paid he said over tho money and Palkowski was knocked down and kicked about head and face until he wis un onsdous The slayer Shen drag Kod his victim out of tha house and threw him on top of aiile of snow vhop the dead body was inter found was itnilsrutb ynrinble winds Safurdfij vwTrm or In nnd stiuth pnrfor 1 Genoral Wiinania who is lore today declared that Sidna Al ens bullet killed Judge Miosie on he bench yesterdar Floyd Allen the cimse of the tmg edy was taken to the lockup TmrnSaTateTy drew a packet knife and slashed his throat Hig wounds are not son Victor Strickland and Bird Mnrjon were locked up as witnesses Juror Fowler who was wounded irvnhe firing is not expected to The wounds of Cain and I and Clerk are not serious the man hunt is placid waiting daylight WitW the ArrlvaLof Washington March m the case William HLewis expelled Troin membership in the American Dar AsapeJaiion on ac count of his color was renewed to tar Attorney frshain ogsin took up the matter with GedTKeAV secre tary of the Lewis is an asslsaht attornev a against be iholdi It notWly unjiwt but ileta Thp utorne la In WPlrri iaf i lettci trom n MlnnonnolH lau yer sajing thab an attorney of the Minnesotacitywho is nearly a fnli hlooded negro was elected to mem at the Boston mteetins the association last Mr lock asserted in a letter to Mr Wickersham that no person of a race oflher Hian htle previous lyto Mr Lewis lield tnemibership In thebody Inck wlin Mr sftitement that it to ifuve a dhext harfns on inking for counrmation or I tuday Jrmge Staples desienated liy Governor Mann to oome here and hold took the bench and summoned a special ffranl Junto indict the This oneacthndmore6do with the res toration of finlntthan any otKcf ofmountain sharp shooters surrounds the jail ready for any attempt to take off pris oners the break of day the pinsuit will be continued HlKK OF OLD BATTLESHH BE BlTlXED OFF CVBAV v COAST WOMEX MEIT TRlMMEltvS AT KANSAS riTV FKJlItElX HAIR PlILIVf WAR PUBLIC ADMITTEirTO VIEW MAIXS OF THE CREW Kansas City March gon eral fight in winch womenemployees of the Fowler Packing Company were the participants occurred on tee James Street Bridge across the Kaw River packing companys plant today as a result of a strike of 100 women meat trimmers Al Jiough there Jcasnnchhair no one was seriously injured The strikers placed pickets on the bridge to prevent UK strikebreakers fromgoing to work There were severajBrpiiiniisaryencounters be fore the strnggie when a party or striklbreakintr women rushed the pckets and overwhelmed them The strike was caused by a reduc tion in wages The women are for eigners ATTEMPTED KILLING to its last resting place at the botj SAV of fhp rli nt 4 u i II it Havana March 15The iuk of the old oattleship Maine will be seui s last resting pia Lorn of the sea three Cuban coast tomorrow afternoon Imposing ceremonies will marktlu event Final arrangements for the KXOAVX TO TIQEM d45posaUf theMaine wrrft Today the public was admitted to view the 34 plain caskets the remains of 65 members of the of the Maine which lay in stale n the municipal council chamber converted for he purpose into an mortuary chapel to that T5 posi a slroiigsi5 rtttempt made KingVictor tu rf a lOrijp timn iigry The lo nports rf Uepl plots asainst the sr and nther offlciaU MrM paiin is unknown to them Tlvy tondcmnfd the Ihe people ofthis tountity Theodora Roosevelt adebt tudc Mean and stingy indeed is ruind that cannot credit him for A he has done Few presidents since Lincoln did more to set bt the people right moral parx ticularly regarding the holding public office However no one knewRoosevelt better than he Knew kaew thathe had study necessary to master these great economicproblems and he knew htfr had never studied the railroads of this country and their hearing the situatioir that I have described to So He said that the ground liad7 been prepared and that they hnd arCl raaged for a eonstmctive president to takehold He seleetedTthe President the construcfive side it was a bad guess Now I have referred to the ord of Roosevelt andnot only Is It pen but it is the duty at this criti cal hour to point outthat record Study that recordcarefttlly This is atty blilid7 inenf The least mistake by orthe governmeut trusts will forever fastetnis harden upon the So Iadmonish you when you elect a representative in congress a Inited States senator or u man to fill the chairsee to tnte See that you will not get just hut taaf YOUr done Just previous to his discnssion Colonel Roosevelt someone in audience had questioned How about the ISO panic Sena tor That was a Wall Street the Senator replied There was no reasoh for it But dirt not have the panic here the man in the audience BItLS OF LADING Lrlint 11 Atarch 15 of basket 1 of 23 to 1ft Marcb i ern grain York commission iherchaiits today in urg Jng iie senate Interstate Commerce Committee to legisla tion raUroads jrahle for bills of lading whether agrenils who posal loreqiiiiv a cleajihill for shytpers instnd of a load and count said he would favor a Taljroads liable in all TO Dakota banks to inovo the crops iwu that was where you farmers ed AVhen that panic watt precipitated more of not Th shippers clahhedbecause TatJroads were not now responsible Jn Instances hankers Clnirnian Chpp endorsed thetpro Professor Willston of trarvard ropreaeutLner the American Bank Association protested against Trafflc ABSOclartoii C anrl Uagns JIELlcc the Aflllers National nmanp others spoke ton 000000 to take Of thCBO There Vas no roasoa nlatljiaaojnhli panic uV   

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