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   Eau Claire Leader (Newspaper) - February 23, 1915, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                                taiw or rain and cold er Tuesday Wed nesday cloudy E YEAR NO 46 1OSSE o AIUMVES ATIIAVAXA PAH TV lilT fls ARK X Or K 0 flTf X0IV Bill VEX FItOM AJAliniKNTS AT of U S Rights Says WmHTaft FIVK nmiAVS A TEBIU FUKMH HEAVY HATTKIMES The United S a serious iir heutrjU by Kuropo and merce wnh i face with a I Former Taft In In should it ar inoraeniary pa THHKB MOKE OF IllTK IXDIAX IUVD CHTUilTl SAVS JOSSBS ix FIGHT DA VS SEAR i TO IJT JUA PROnKI TO irHtKX FOU rnHT MAini And wufii ih Mr Taft dccia by him to Al WHITES AFTKR EI O SHKKP HKItlHCK BUJFF Ctah Feb 22 via Corte members of the or iginal posse of twentysix lead b United States Martial Aquilu Xebck w in battlehcre with fiftytwo Hut Indians and forty of Old Ppsey s land have become detacned from th posse and are isolated in Hie rock two miles from Bluff The liuyc taken refuge in Cuiionwood Gulch Without FOIIJ Since Sunday This information was byTliomas Al Burke here late today five iiien are well supplied with aimini iion but have been without food or since the battle opened earlv fc Fulfcc Kiirniilc An effort to locate tlie men is itecfed Tnade upon jlm arrival early tomorrow of reinforcements A bandof thirty men arc expected Agent Kurcli of he Shiprock X M agency reported today that Iwcnty hvc police are enroiilc horso laclt A snow storm has boon rac ing for hours Annuities to Hold Imlimis SALT LAKE CITY tah JVb 22 days have beenensured in a running iuiht with of renegade Indians nenr Bluff ltali have raptured three more members of the band and order have been sent to lloiib ilah ask ing that all manacles in that citv be broughtto nrilff according In a tele gram received here tonight from L Creel special linliiiu uuen for Mali Creel in company with as sislunt United Stales nisirirl Attor ney Cook is imouie to ID at tempi io pacify Indians ili tclcgram said in part iiiK To Hluir Last report three more Indians captured Tnited Stats Marshal is on his way from Urayson to Bluff iind promised information as soon as telephonp line was repaired We wiresmeto hurry there liiins ins allmanacles in Moab Cook am 1 MiH hurry to niniT 1in frou here Snow Xot Attack Illiill A telephone HKSSTIJC received late tills aCternon said ii not believ ed Ihe Indians would altaek liltlff There are siidUiont men there to pro tect the town he said but not enoughto cut off the retreiii of the Indians should they endeavor e iapi into the hills Two Indians tinil a bite Uiliid CORTEZitnh Feb Out on the storm swept desert in miles from the nearest telegraph whiles and In dians are today engaged in a battle near Bluff Utah such as might have keen expected only in frontier days Two Indians and one while man have BO Tar been killed and one white man seriously wounded Six Indians haye forces con stantly increasing the Indians made an attempt to retake the prisoners taken last nifiht Keporls reaching lierc today over shaky hastily recon structed telegraph lines dcclaro the Indians were repulsed but no details have been received Posses from half a rioxcn towns are enrotilo torein force the men under United Slates Marshal Xcdoker who set out to capture TseNeGat wanted for murder Anolher posse from Orayson Utah has reached the scene The others face terrible rides over the district covered by more than u foot pt snow posse is said to havo in surrounding one detach Jirerit onndlansTut hesitated to enter a Pitched battle Hie result was that Hi Indians dashnd through tb0 lines and underthe fire of the posse dash ed down Cotton wood Canyon where they are now concealed behind the roekg HAVAVA Feb The unexpected appearance in Havana early today of Jack Johnson the irgro heavy weight pugilist who is on his way to Mexico Willard1 indefense of ho worms lifavyvveifeit pugilistic championship was followed tins af ternoon by his equally unexH disappearance from public view j Tonight nobody except members of his party who arrivedhere with Johnson and a few mends knew o ills whereabouts None PAUIS via London F Theomdil i ed by tlie French war tells of ibe bombardment of Cfti a Zeppelin divisible dn bombs and kiied live eiviians T join no mutter viewsno ittai pean origin differences ill O our common X i Feb 22 is threatened with if its rights as a nations of its com JiHtions is tucf to ii the opiuicn CM Howard liou of that crisis iirso pride nor prcsidiiii shall act rii wn must stand li this dficr besun thy all will what their pnv er what their Kun All will forge1 i IT sacrificing loyalty Haw and our connum iex follows lhvVersiMs It Hie I Air Tafts rvforfiire to the situa tipn ectifroiUin Slates as narlc conclusion of an ad iirvs delivered today 1fore the nslington association of people would disclose Kicked On of hi airship boiii Calais this morning It drop projectile wrucn Killed AT i unexpected to thecivil population and Tir I caused some iic i damage Our batteries dcimiKljetj a licaw sun occupyinga position Luju eruyde Between the ly Aisne there has been t flvi ice by our artillerv whicn of thesi place of When lohnsonand his party cc i sisting ofhiswife brotlicr manage sparring partner and servants wit i great quantity of baggage arrived rom Cienfuegps which port wa readied last night on board a schoon er from Barbados then drove to a ironiincnt hotel and registered but few minutes later were requested 0 vacate their apartments After is it is said the pugilist endeavored asocure IwlSinssatall tht principle Jctels but was iinsuccessfnl Finally iowever according to the statement friends the party found refuge in private house ihe location of which vas not made known fo Tnniplco lolmson moniing ilVai lie 1 tended to proceed immediately to ainpico and then as rapidly as pos ble to Juarez whereUm lightwHh illard is io take place When informed of Ihc difficulties he probably would meet in traveling in Mexico he cabled Ucncral Oar asking him if he would be per mitted to land in Mexico anil firo ceed to Juarez reply to this had been received tonight tiisbursed bivouaV and oiivoy Enemy and ilio ii11 prac d5 EllGHT PAGES MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED ATTUHirTK TO JiKKIA vivt TO SA vs i A lUMTlSM CKAI frKIMAX AKI XAVAI VIH TO m it KKIOHTS CUNFIKT AS 01 siv Lonrirn tens een runnintir0 Holiand for tiif i This concern io not replying ro protest concern IMOinUTION Feb wi of warfare the submarine by vhicii irs dcciur win bicIiadc tli iiritish Islos in tlo snilerert tiH havo to The enemy violently bombarded Kheitns Sinday and Monday The bonibardnieiu resulted inui crous victims who reprlsoni ihe ui takcn by Jermaus for de fea oi Uif IUKI lev days In the our ariiiery anil infantry havo asserted thrjr ilrity die Aruoiin and the Meusc our iiroprcas in ihe two days al Cheppy wonlil havi li extendedam In Alsace we have fiipinrcd tin Tester pan of tht viliiti lJJi DISriXSE 11 nv n tjCi1 ni on wage nw cl tin men have 0f fhcir noiMiil for lisfiics have ie o pass through iermany to in order HI take ships there lie vik o sail atiit PS Cfiociaily I slind Numbers hiDuich ivaHi t xiuy in tip the su at before o IJJSCUS r bi house itial rush Is for arljoirnnvii T iiiiiii Mil carry d the r Iveil In Linich tn uovcjnmeniai are to IKpuint crews have been advised j carry willi I hornevidences cf Uirir Mlilv The rontimici movements of iroops towards various front ior ami theconstant u on ueeoirts a in inon ini iportuneii in tiio great war orEuropi with respect to it influence OH UK icliciea of the nations engaged ii tenncction with tim contraband ques tion so vital to iiciiirai states Krondin hcvpc Almost coincide with tip IK report tilat Austria proposes C fallow the her ally by niiikitijc waron ihorchaut ships in Hie Adriatic cainn Prcniirr Asqnitb in the British house of commons tiat the mifch discussjil relaliatury rlan of Britain much nroadcr in scojie than had been previously suggested in that it was a nalter f r the of all allies and that n join note coneern iif i be expected from tin i Xnt ConrraiiiKl I The slalomi likewise was mare in the house of commons that Ihe Ilritisb v uovcrnmeut inisht deem i neccKsary to aller its decision vbT iy cnttfin lias nut classed as Three British craft are missitip ana tear arc expressed as to their fate hi IT TO UK BICOLtrllT Hit IK FW 22 London lYfo 3 a in ll u midnight the thirtcrn iriisiiis men from the steamer ere not from imint In Hoijaiid BERLIN Feb ta SajTiJle L I According to ad vices retehpd here CaptaDTSnaffl the American steamer Eveljn has in formed the German cBt4a Passage Veri Despite this fact however pass t Vera Crux on board tin lii er Jiorro asllir which was due to sa ibis afternoon was secured lor John son lie hopes to urt away Iroi Havana by Saturday al the lalest Umit Ioslpmio Kh PASO Tcv Feb postponemeu f ihe Jack Johnson Jess Willard boxing liout was ad mitted late today by promoters It was believed that Johnson con Id not tratjiii of tlje measure uic i minuss i hf prnsioa by way of Alarcll 0 aay Mexican seaport nitcriT OK 15AM six LIUS ieniite paused witlitmt carrying and iirriitsiM hii vuntion by ihr iniled SiaJrs Driiil co and stablish on leiwa iirued Uie fieniifn Soirarnr Fyrt of Mexico The sciiMtor conclud ed with iin attack upon iJtnoral Vil la He assertiil that Villa on enter ing Mexico City seized and foniblv held for four days a French woman whose husband bad joined eol IncniM litij over comniitiee 1i a i JKIHIOllll bill provision fur six SIM iiii ail of one and marines Ynaior Sinot s in Ken ib charfied with suc cs to fr erty in Ibarne uf the lVench an Bailor This Was not the aci of a ordinalbin of Villa and 1 not repealing rumor1 derlareii itor Full This is ihe man vhoni ihe idniiiristraiion o bringnrdir out ol eiiaos in TO FKin TMI iigidi TKAIKIC Vorthwis Tribes in Jlli ion HICKMVX leen ni mimbers 1 a nightriding winch ILIS irrcrizei ncEroes in vicinity wersen io jail here today after nf their 1 i in i 11 a w under bonds which none c supply Ihrealin t deprive ihe hirge n latious of all nmo labor Two Subs Jlissiiiff Amsterdam reports that two Gfr miur siilmarines are overdue ut thel1 bsiMp Cuxhavun but whether they have been sunk is not known TrauVc in North sen remains somewhat disrKanhed iind Uutch and Scandii arian sailrs are showing a reluctanc for going to sea owing io tlie menace of both submarines and mines Itotritiit Oiilcrl liiissliin of their tlie Imisiaii fri that they fell back in ordc eriiiinw riiilm lOliOIII iiKiiinst this the Ccrmans clali I and a stamiej advise ot a Brltibh naval boarding officer who instiucted him to follow the course on which he struck the nine instead of the northeil course as laid down ID the German in structions t a ni i of cnplnrid iniinitionv however that Berlin ptiruT lias alT liriltsh observers say that It ih mil that aiolbei rush has fallen short In the Carpathians Ihe armies Russia and Austria remain swayin as it were In the gatewai of Iin la ilie lias taken i nf both sides MllWAUKEB Kti 22A new baseball to be known us the VViscoiisinAlicbiKan lcaiii tentatively In Milwaukee today The proposed nullunp of me circuit embraces six clubsKscanaba Ishpetning Xegannec Meiioininee Marinette Greon Hay Oshxosh and cither Applcton or Ti salary limit has been placed at and the number of players at I Frank Works of ilreen iiay uas secretary and treasurer and Charles Moll vice president Iermlssinn was granted fo Madisoi and Itockford to join the new idstate the same action prohtihly will apply IK Racine NOVA SCOTIA SCIIOOMlf TO Nova Scotia Ftf 22 Tern schooner Cortada bwiKrd here has been posted as lost with a crow of oiidit mon Her own ers believe she was Tost in Ihc gale of January 1 Some reports reaching here state the Indians are now In such numbers that they havo practically surround ed the town of Bluff As a resuHor tnecairsirTor rernforccments received In various plnces reports wero circu lated that the government had decid ed to send troops to the scene Three troops of cavalry a re reported to have been ordered overland through Thompsons Springs it will take tHo cavalry at lent two days reach Bhiir and further bloodshed is feared Predictions WISCONSIN or and colder Tues day Wednesday cloudy Weather Yesterday As reported by R t Whltford local weather observer Max mil in 17 Minimum J a At fi p Wiirdt North U I I i FEflB SU8S HI T dis LOXOOX Keh ij Ircjin Ainslerdaiii liie Kxciiaili J lenrapli ays a Mpurt from i cniiii friinliejMali that nine j easiness exisls al the Ccnniui for Sfiipori n ccinci ii I wo lare Kulnnariiiej which have nr MMiirried t their ir The sca boats are said i v overdue aul U u ian The diiiistei occuied at oclock hiidav morning and Evelyn mink hours later tain Smith a Dutch pilot and Ae men drtttpd in a rowboat until Saturday afternoon when they woro rercucd bv German patrol boat A Spanish stokei in the nrKlroat died meanwhile fiom oxposure The othJ er men In Ihe all ra covering They are npw ft ihe sail orshorae at The mate and the remainder the Evelyns crew are understood to landed In Holland iff j Wilson irul Hijnn Confer WASHINGTON Feb 22 Inry Bryan tonight concerning the rfcstnictiou of thfy American stcaniM Kvelyn off the coast of Germany last Friday but in the absence of define information as to the cause of Uie wreck no of action be SS yond diplomatic imiuirtes was do diLiljujii ii IHE KNIFE WEATHER II I I rKKKOKnS CilKltATlOX IS CAIIIT Keb Uerribardi iamoiis was ampuUitiMl day at ihe Si Augustine hospital at Arachon The operation made necessary by an affertlo of the knee which had suffering for several by Prof hi Vsui Uyke t learned nnomeinlly that a purl of the Evelyns crew when cast ridrifl from the sinking vessel h pa ti ed for the coast of Holland Secre tary Bryan cabled to American Min ster ffpnry van TJyke at TheHabile he samp messaRC he previously had to Ambassador Page and jer irrl at London and1 Berlin asking that vTry care be to the crew lid investisation of the fatf of he oecuraiue be made through all vailabbanericlcs Itwas coiKcdrvl in ollicial ijuart ri that il the iiaMonalily of the iinwen not dftermined and if no roofs were obtained to show that Mieiai ioinniunlcaltons to neutral concerning the courses they sleer were being followed bv Hvilyn Iheru could be virtually ground for diplomatic protests Civil Snii Vrlnln A civil suit however by the Cnit it Siats war risk insurance bureau to follow upon Kiicb idem as in be gathered tbronsh tinnliciui inijulrii s now bcins inside Hniiiii that n claim lor daniHRfs niiirht even be laid both dormany anil flrcnt Mri lain if the mines were sown far biyonii zones of rpera dnu notii in1 Unil Irafi to nMen iials if the to hav land i r mcssaa liioe of the Bordeaux nniversitv Hidf Iowi was to have conducted toe operation yesterday but he was called to ihe colors to serve at Val liosiitnl Paris and he oind it impossible to leave his dut s for days Madame Mernhardt refused to sub mit to a delay of what cour nseously called her rcleftsn from bon iage and It was decidedthat Prof erftn A bulUMIn issued pveninir HSIVK and c nixiety prevailed amons of ovtr ihe fine of thai portion crew of the Evelyn fipiiosod i rowed for the coast of Hol tcr the vessel struckihe lust nijtlit frnm Ameri can iinrely The crow was saved ami made no turn lien of tiny missing This uol supplemented unlay by any further and ollicials Knew only through press re poris that ihe mate and tnilors who tnIKinnlly UIKI ilmiijiiu to have been landed safely in Holland had not been reported throusrti any of thn coast Ruard stations or the Dutch admiralty a havinp been located anywheuin Holltinrt To Ask For Mine nilc Althoiigh there has been no pro tect thus far from the United the laying of hellleerpnt waters and none I Ileved likely at tkls tltae Idered poaslblejn ttiut an Effort miihti American goyeni   

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