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   Eau Claire Leader (Newspaper) - December 10, 1915, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                                WKATHBR FRIDAY THE EATJ GL LEADER KK2HV PACKS THIRTYFlfTH YEAR NO 285 EAU CLAIRE WISCONSIN FRIDAY DECEMBER 10 MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS WISCONSIN SENATOR FOR PREPAREDNESS Chancellor von BethmannHolh we Tlls Reichstag Empire Desires Honor and Safety St Paul Bank Clerks Locked in Vault While Thieves Get Swag Folly to Initiate Peace However in Face of Uncontrolled red and Misinformation Paints Picture of Teutons Tri umphant Supplied With Ev erything to Continue War BERLIN Dec long as un controlled hatred of Germany and the belief that Germany is approach ing a collapse continues to be the dominant idea of the enemy coun tries It would be folly for Germany to take the Initiative in proposing BethmannTiollwegs Refusal to Act Disappoints Advocates of Olive Branch sitions in Serbia Before Bulgarians Policeman 50 Yards Distant Doesnt Know oi Holdup til Men Escape in Auto ST PAUL Doc of i both St Paul and Minneapolis were j searching tonight for throe robbers j who unmasked and well dressed j walked into the Western State bank j at Dale and University avenues here j this afternoon ordered throe bank j employes f fency and escaped Bandits Outdistance Police BY COMMITTEES Quartette of Radically Differing Proposals Are Submitted j i to Congress j CIIMFH i Senator Chamberlin Would I Double No Con tinental Reserve Flan Senator Paul O Busting Paul O consin will be one of the members of i Representative Hay Includes Cit j izen Army and Proposes to UayNationai HASTILY CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS OF HOPEWELL VA PROVE GOOD FUEL TOR BLAZE STARTED IN STREET IN CITY SWEPT BY APPA RATUS UTTERLY INADEQUATE AND WATER SUPPLY CUT EXPLOSIVES FACTORY ENDANGERED HOPEWELL VA Dec up since last summer Avith the great new explosive plant of the DuPont r der complnvwas almost wiped off the map late today by a fire which started in a restaurant and did property damage estimated at considerably A policeman comaudeered a passj thesenate who will iVne 1 llniuu committees will be Ulorc tnan a dollars The DuPont works outside of the iettlemettt ing automobile and gave pursuit butj 8ide of the president on prepared1 confronted radically differ1 peace terms Cermany however is ready atany time toconsider a peace suggestion from the countries with which she is at war does not wish LONiDON Dec The speech toi by ikerobbers The j ness lt issaid He has plansfor j inS for building day In the reichstag of the Imperial chancellor Dr von BethmannHoll weg declining to initiate peace ne gotlations following closely Prem ier Asquiths somewhat similar re ply to a question An the house of commons has completely dashed any hopesthe peace advocates mav appeared to be years old Traffic Patrolman Collins wars wtJV Ul LUIJ a continuation of the war and dis hate held of aa early termination room He was standing at the de associates herself under these cir cumstances from any responsibility j for its prolongation of the war urn pirn n tr Want Vigorous Action So far as the entente allies conn are coucerfiecT 1 onlychange desired seemingly the s one which This is thesubstance of the would ensure a more vigorous man imperial chancellors reply in Prosecution of thewarbut this like the reichstag today to the socialist interpellation on peace in which he j painted a of Germany j triumphant on all sulesand supplied with everything even if not in i abundance necessary to the contin peace will have to await events for campaign is entering a new Having arrived too late to prev enttherrtvasion of Serbia the Brit ish and French forces in the south eastern part of Serbia are now re ualion of Ihe war The interpellation was introduced lit Tl jiVl J1 t 3 MJIW ii uu LUll V bj Di Scheidemaim in the following j artillery and infantry at tacking both the British and the standing on a corner fifty vards awav a w7PH from the bank but did not know of aU telecte1dqt the robbery until the men had gone State senatc NOTE gor bank while the three robbers were in the A depositor entered the completely escaped damage although for a time they were seriously threat up national Oned Wild Disorder Negro liynchetl tor du ixic Wisconsin September 2a week to the work of framing armv Sccnes of Disorder accompanied the fire and citizens are said to 1S66 He is a lawyer by profession measures to be presented to both lynched a negro for looting There was no loss of life otherwise however the Wisconsin houses Aside from the administva only a few minor injuries were reported and 1910 lions plan outlined in the presij Tonight martial law was being enforced by seven militia companiM Jii00 10 OOtU illT Has J1UU5 iUl r VrFaf T Ule I certain other progressive legislation I defense as urged by President Wil than tweiuytive i Scnator Busting was born in Fond son when they settle down next positors desk when two men walked past him He looked at them and they lookedjat him and then they went out i Clerks Spread Alarm Shortly afterward another man walked past Kim and out the door dents message the senate and house brought to the scene by special train under orders from Governor Stuart While many of the buildings in the eastern section of the town were saved committees will have before them tentative schemes offered by Sen ator Chamberlin arid a stlonK wind blowing in th opposite direction hundreds of houses were live Hay their respective chairmen i destroyed and thousands of people left homeless and also the plan proposed at Secj Special trains wore run to Petersburg and Richmond carrying men tro war college division of the army general staff Will Solve Problem He was the third of the robbers to j Virtual Admission AflCOfia Was I From these four proposals will be j IIre Fighting Apparatus Inadequate Thefires raged from oclock this afternoon until nearly 9 oclock Available fire fighting apparatus was utterly inadequate the leave the scene of the holdup Then the three bank employes got i vault door open with pass keys and i spreadthe alarm They followed the men to Sherburne avenue where the Torpedoed Before ers Were Removed n chancellor ready bandits were seen to leap into a wait1 Cfafp npntrtmonf All ing auto which dashed away 51316 UepartmeiU HOlaS All Leave Vessel Before Its Destruction Macliine Several times sparks set fire to mule sheds of the explosive factory but flames which followed were quickly extinguished Collins the traffic cop jumped in tr to give information as to the condii UD advanced nosition tions under which he would be will upatnancert ing to enter into peace negotia tions to Disniss Peace If our enemlej make peace pro posals compatible with Germanys dignity and safety said Dr von BethmannHollweg then we shall always toe ready to discuss them So IJB the countries at our enemies Uii gulitand ignorance of statesmen are entangled with con trencu and compelled them to give I to a passing car and the driver at p advanced positions his command started after the flee According to reports from Salon ing oar but the banditsmachine was lost at Arundcl and Rondo streets The robbers car is believed to have iki the retirement is being carried out in an orderly manner but how far it is to continue is a matter of much speculation Interest in Mesopotamia Besides the battle in the Balkans the British are watching with deep interest the operations in Mesopo tamia where fight is now taking place Tor KutElAmara and in Ara bia the in the latter region which would not shorten t mpt oAdennuly but were drv but wonld lengthen the war Kirst the masks must be torn from tlien faces Dcbnte is eir back MYSTERY SURROUNDS headed down town No tr been found of them tonight Two Confers Robbery JriXXEVPOLIS Minn Dec two men who police say have con fessed to participation in the bank robbery at St Paul this afternoon were arrested here late tonight They WASHINGTON Dec The note the United States has sent to Austria Hungaryon the sinkingof the Italian ehad Hnoncona wa baed 11 developed the solution of the probjflames eating their waythrough the flimsy Structures thrown Jlp during leiu as there is no indication tbat the early days of the town last summer like so much tinder serious consideration win be given j the universal military service measj ures introduced by several individual members of each house j Factory Closed to Fight FlnmcH Jlans Divergent When it seemed that the town was doomed and the plant endangered Copies of the Chamberlin and Hay i orUers wcre issued suspending all operations and the factory closed down bills which are designed for comTle sbiftjlhun at work was set to work protecting the from flylnc mittce consideration only nnd will not sparks Ihe gravest danger was from woods nearby which caught fire be introduced in either bouse bej and were still burning late tonight came available today They show wide divergence both from each otller from tlie Plan advocated hv President Wilson which upon a considerable ed tonight primarily uponth vr tual of the AustriaHun j jfieution it is understood of the war college plan All four plans pro gave their names as James police Inter searched Ih ing house of the Lowe garian admiralty in its official state ment that the ship was torpedoed pose a sweeping reorganization of before all the passengers had been the regular army and creation of an removed to a place of safety Must Uemove rt waa stated alotbat the posi onlind I adequate reserve tor the regular line and the officers reserve corps Would Double Army The ChaniberTln plan lias jn its communication asking rcpara common with the1 administrations men and recovered tjoll American lives lost and as proposals DULUTH Only two socialists spoke on the interpellation all the nonsocialist DtJljUTH Minn Dec parties uniting In a short declara surrounds the death of a well dress lion opposing discussion at this i ed man of about thirtyfive years moment The tone of the debate was i believed to be W IX Jones of Rem dignined and patriotic and tho Minn or of Lament la a perial chancellor was followed at1 logging contractor whose body was tentively and was respectfully foundon railroad tracks here to cept for occasional interruption and day He had plunged fallen or had outbursts of laughter from the soi been pushed to his death over a cialist Dr Liebknecht who six foot fence down a twentyfoot not been in accord with his party wall flanking the tracks since the beginning of the war anil On bis person was found a bank who today received no sympathy book on theFirst State bank of j Reiner Minn and it showed Cannot be Starved Out hul been deposited The imperial first speech fxniniried the all the fronts and declared cuinninr nrtmr ically that Oermany could not beGREEK SHIPPING FIRMS starved out The country had enough SUSPEND FOR LACK OF COAL lood if properly distributed Ger manys enemies he said were suff Springs Leak and Pumps ered is Cut Captain Suspicious mirances that sin h acts will not be repeated is thai no matter whether a merchantman upon the fir ing of a warning shot or after a pur suit all the passengers must be rej moved before the ship is sunk i i Text Xol lullilil i The text of he note was not made public UMiKh as it had bee indicat ed it would be Officials ol the state department refused to dhicuss the communication in any way declining oven to admit that it had Ueen sent cuntnins no mention of the continental army scheme which j Is the feature of the war depart ments program and proposes In stead pra elkally doubling llu tin1 standing army Hay Jlaiis Conliientiil Army tinental army proposal virtually as i presented by President Wilson i though it docK not contemplate all of the increases liifhe es tablishment ns suggested and would 1 I tLll III I L V lltV 1 V 11 tlM 1 1J H I J It was said that the failure to givo Ilrovlde tllllt tlle guards1 WASHINGTON Dec out HIP note fur publication was duo lnen from the govern Daniels iinnounced today tbat PHILADELPHIA Dee 01 oe starveil Out j hid been deposited to Jones ac1 American schooner Henry W Cramp perial chancellor in his icount rccenMv An lentincation tag Captain Morris Philadelphia for i lasting half an hour j heyrlnjf bore the address of I Rouolli willl a cargo of ihe military situation on j M of refined oil for the French govern more than the Germans paying higher prices for food and Xot a Weak Point in iennany gov mcnt returned to Philadelphia tb night under circumstances which ac cording to shipping men has a stispi to the fact thai the state department hart not been advised of its inrival at Vienna Officials Tonfer Baron Erich Xweidenek charge of1 the AustroHungurian embassy call ed on Counsellor Iolk of the state department la to today remaining I with him for nearly an hour but neither would reveal the ceuiils ui their discussion merit on a scale of one fourth of the pay nf the regular army The war college plan has not been made pub Oil Stove Cause of Blaze An oil stove which was accidentally turned over in a boarding house taurant on Cawson street started the conflagration Fed by a small stream jr oil from the stove the blaze ate Us way through the framework ot house In a few minutes the building was a mass of the fire bad spread to the Victoria hotel nearby Fire apparatus owned by the DuPont company responded when a call for help was sent Thtt private j department has only small motprenglne8 aijd situation the fire spreading from building to building with Vmatinc rapidity l Every Street 6wept r ry street In the place swept The Norfolk railway station and the Southern Express companys offices were rmong the first buildings to go Alt buildings were of cheap construc tion Merchandise and household goods destroyed account for the largest part of the loss Water Supply Cut About 4 oclock in the afternoon one half of the towns water sup was cut off when poles which of battleships Nos 43 and supported a portion of the high ten The Hay scheme includes the conNew Vork and Mare Island Get Contracts to Build Battle ships Nos 43 44 iipip u llllul authorized by the last cmigross i sio Cilllle ot the Du Pont company It is Kenorally undeistood howi had been awarded tlirnugh the Vow j collapsed Snapping the wires which ever to propose a far larger inj York and Mar crease in the regular army than the respectively administrations recommendation i contemplate Island navy yards j f1 the current to the AppomattOZ river electric pumping station It Humors that Germany is on the suspension will affect the mail boats verge of collapse said the Chan from fcorfii and Saloniki cellor and the attribution of aj peace mission to every Prominent i MADISON FARMERS ARE German who goes abroad Prince i AIITA ni itwrc von Buelow Prince Maximilian of J MLLCU In At IU PLUHlUt Marten Dr Solf secretary for the I colonies and Cardinal von Hart MADISON Wis Dec j In which there is not ScMmming and Albert Thompson a word of all parts of a larmers were killed tonight when deliberate plan to keep up the spirit i tne automobile which Schimming ATHBNS Doc 10 via London appearance The Cramp sail of the Greek cd from Philadelphia on November shipping companies announce the 130 j probable suspension of their services owing to a scarcity of coal The INDIANS CHOOSE JAIL On December when SOO miles r r 1iMd onsists oi of the enemy peoples in the face of was Driving plunged defeats There is not a weak point iBcar Token Crock in the German reckoning into a ditch east by north from Cape Henlopen the schooner was discovered leak ing badly and wjth seven feet of water in her hold The vessel was slopped and pumping commenced The next day Captain Morris discovered the pumps were disabled and the fore shroud rigging had departed As the weather had not been severe and there was no apparent reason why these mishaps should occur in Rood sailing weather the captain grew suspicious and decided to return to Philadelphia Roots MADISON UIS Dee II John Mongoose and Gus Connors Indians from Bad lUvor resetvalion RID tenced to sixty ami ninety days re spectively fur introducing liiiunr on the Indian reservation anlud Judge San horn to send them to Jail at Su perior instead of the Dane county jail here The induing said the Duie county jail might be good for vege healthygame Arredonda Carranza Confident tial Agent to Stay in ington as Ambassador Hoth Hils Sfvin Million The bids were New York 2r Mare Island The decision to build the ships In the government yards was reached at a conference between President Wil son and Secretary Daniels in the lat tors office The secretary announced that be i would ask congress to authorize the jrtuiiinipnl of tin navy yard at 1hil adelphia for battleship construction in ordur to be better prepared for the ijicreuied builditig iivagrain con itemplated in tin udmintstnilion do fiiiso plan j was feared the remainder of the j wires would go but prompt efforts by workmen prevented this Police Control City Hopewell policemen assisted by a special force of the powder com pany held the situation well in hand until lie troops arrived There was the greatest confusion but few at tempts at looting Surrounding the community which lay in ashes WASMIXCTON Dec iThe first step toward the iLsiimption of full diplomatic relations between the 1nitud States and Mexico was taken today in the Arriuulondn in Keels of battleshipi Nus 4 and Mr Daniels said could be laid in August or September of next year appointment of Fliseo batiliship California now biiild ienral arranzas eon at the Xcw York yard will be off upon such belongings ns they had been able to save It i was not unusual to see men stand i ing nearby with freely displayed re volvers while some carried repeat i ing rilles Population KvaciiaUs If our enemies do not choose toHARVARD ENLISTS IN accent the situation and war now they must do Germany can wait end the so later PREPAREDNESS MOVE iSUFFS ARGUE FOR SUSAN B ANTHONY AMENDMENT WILSON LEAVES FOR j War Science Addel uriiculiim of j i roots WASHINGTON Dec suffragists made a roundup of con and urged every j member they could find to support CAMBRIDGE Mass Dec the Susan B Anthony federal sufj WASHINGTON Dec 9Presii Harvard University today official frage amendment dent Wilson left tonight for Cohim ly enlisted in the htisO where tomorrow he will dej parfidnhss when President I liver two addresses niulattGiid ceptloh at the state capitol building science won ldleadded to the He is makingthe trip on a special I vleulunv at the next semester It is i union for womans suffrage in annual train terians but not for healthy game1 toaj in th appoimmcnt of Fliseo batiliship California now build While the excitement was subsid eatiiiR indiiins Arnmdonrln Icmral Carraiizas al the Xcw York yard will be off inS the population literally They charged that while wait ing In 1v llllt evacuated the place Long before for trial they were given heap much i as apibassador to the i cvrninc most of Hie rnited States BRITISH REPORT TWO I wth the provi Thf appoiniment of an American CITrCCCIVC DPTIDCMrMTC wllich they had saved Some ambassador to lloxico in all SLiWCCaSIVn Kc I IS i found refuge at Dn Ponl City an ihood Henry P Fbrtiber at present i other settlement nearby which was A I Omio is ambassador to Chile soon will be ani CONDON Dec ft Two successive at no time threatened iiouir AiiiiKo lieiuis WomiNi inounced j retirements by the Uritish forces in Other went to City Point but most I Resumption or diplomatic relations Halkans was officially announcer of them made their way to Peters MAHIXKTI5 Dec means that Mexico will soon Uike her tonight On December 7 the troop burg long vacant seat in the diplomatic jrs won withdrawn to a new line1 WISCONSIN GRANGE ELECTS limy retired to Snlowns j planned tohave those undergrade Convention here marched to ilia lates who loin the course met twine ito in a and breaking jnt WKMEF Friday fol lowed by anew mid colder in winds Friday and protably Saturday colder in west portion Friday WKATHEK YKSTFJCKAV An reporfcd hy B n Whltfnrrl In rates who join the course met twice ja week The instruction will be in the hands of army officers j All the mehvbers Of the class will i be required to enroll for the govern ment correspondence courses in mil itary tactics The training in the science of mil itary affairs will be supplemented by military drill cat V 9 Weather observer Maximum Minimum 6PM PraclplUtlOB 32 26 28 None HOSPITALS OF ALLIES AT OHEVGELI EVACUATED LQJJiDQN The Times thin morning regards as an ominous sign the received from Its Athens correspondent that the honplUU of the entente at In Serbia tow groups went through tlin house senate office building MYSTERY ABOUT HILL LINER STILL UNSOLVED SAN DIEGO CAL Dec wireless meaage received from the yacht Venetia owned by John D Spreckles which reached thp steam er Minnesota today at a point about of San Francisco said that the mystery surrounding the disabling of the liner was Htlll unsolved to those aboard the tug laqua which isf towing lior as well aa to those aboard the yacht Efforts to communicate with Cap Uln Oarlick of tho Mfnneiota an well U with tbe crew wore RhineIander assistant steward A C Powers Belbit chaplain A J CroKs TWO WOUNDED IN ATTACK BOB TELLS FARMERS TO GET DEAL FROM CONGRESS Mrs Eva Howe Antigo heads Ihe women officials identified Mn ST PAIH Minn Dec Fair I VILLA SOLDIERS DISPERSE AFTER 500 ARE KILLED Tl markets should be sought by farm CINCINNATI Dec 3 One man through notional legislation iwas sllrtl and alul two La toilette United DOUGLAS Ariz Dec 9 Robert M States senator from Wisconsin told i Ihe concluding senfiion of equity Three i Cooperative Exchange convention badly wounded in an attack by five unidentified men here today upon a squad of nonunion painters whoj were at work on a new annex to a g people Mayor Cabhins of PftersburfC ordered all saloons in that city clos ed early tonight A company of militia was called out to aid Che pojice in controlling the crowds while the city councll of commerce the T M C A churches and others took quick action to provide temporary shelter for those who had lost their homes Firo Itself Out Fanned by a twenty hour hundred Villa soldiers were killed a here tonight Special interests are hundred taken prisoners and the I responsible for tho present situation remainder of The forces under Ofini lie said and this could be changed eral Jose Rodriguez dispersed live miles north of Frotitoras late today ed In from the southto the rescue of the bfleagured Onrianza detach moot under ftcncrnl Angel Florcs according to received here by sending the right men to Washington Uato lodayTgniijnfl for the terminal grain elevator to bo er fctedherc by the Equity Exchange The elevator will fjlSftjOOO and have a capacity of 500000 hus vk1 Uela local hospital In a statement to the police a nurse at the hospital said thatsho saw five men approach several of the palmers and heard one of them No scabs can work here A few minutes later she she heard several shots and saw ono man fall The five menescaped Tho dead man was Joseph Shall a non uton painter northwest wind the lames swept ov er Hopewell at a burned themselves out whra thejr reached a luniberyard situated at the intersection of A4id the truoka of Norfolk A Western railway When alt chance pissed the Du Pont ot dancer ed Iti Wl place   

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