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CALL FOR BRYAN
BELIE RUMOR OF
If Some Prominent Omahans Were to Play Santa Claus
Isolated Fights on All Front Up- f'
set Predictions of Suspension f
of Hostilities Daring '
Condition of Automobile Magnate
on Way Back to United Statt!
it Not Dtnjeroos, How
ever. ASK NEBRASKAN JOIN PASTY
He Announces that Expedition Will
Continue Under Direction of
Women's Peace Association.
SAILS FOR HOME FROM BERGEN
STOCKHOLM. Dec. 24. (Via
London.) The lllnes of Henry
Kord, while not dangerous, Is seri
ous, according to a report of a com
mittee of the Ford Teace expedition.
There Is no organic disease, but
there is urgent need for rest, It is
A message has been sent to Wil
liam J. Bryan askoing bim to come
to Europe and Join the party.
CHR1STIANIA. Norway. Dec. 24
(V'a London.) The Norwegian
I'ner Bergensjord, with Henry Ford
on board, sailed for New York this
v ornlng. Mr. Ford stated before
leaving Bergen that the peace expedi- j
liou would continue under the aus- i
pices of the Women's International
Peace association. The Rev. Samuel
S Marquis, dean of St. Paul's j
Cathedral. .Detroit, sailed from
l!ergen with Mr. Ford.
Trrmlnitra Novel Movement.
Henry Ford's departure from Europe
pparenuy marks me termination, in Its
of the mg. novel of t ie
vcmcnts which have V een u de,--
about the end ng o the
war. Mir. I-orda announcement mat the j
m iimtn b inifrnaiinnai i ea;e association
hrnceforth will conduct the exDoriltlnn
would eeem to indicate that. far u ! ing program for the navy have de
he personally Is concerned he will rel'n- clared this report was suppressed. In
ulsh the self-imposed task which he ex- j part( by the Navy department and, if
prosed in the phrase: I ..... ,.., ,
"Out of the trenches by Christmaa." ( Pbshed. would disclose the inade
w.m'i Pe.ee A..oei.tion. quacy of the government's plans.
It hai not been made dear, however. ! " bord'a statement of policy, hold
whether Mr. Ford will continue to give J nT that the American navy should equal
financial support to th enterprise.
The "Women's International Peace as
sociation has been In ex stence for aome
time. It held congress at The Hague
lait spring and appointed delegations to
vliiit the capitals of various European
and American nations. One of the most
prominent women at the conrresi waa
Mm: Roalka Schwimmer. president of
the Hungarian Woman's Suffrage asso
ciation and a member of tha Ford peaoe
party. After the congresa at The Hgius
Wme. Schwimmer came to the United .
Ptates to conUnue her work for peace
Rhe went to Detroit to see Mr. Ford, and
it waarepor edit was. h. who suggested
vo nun mo iura " '
Before the peace ship, Oscar II. reached
the other side, there were reports of dis
tension among the peace delt gates. When
Mr. Ford reached Christlanla he sept in
the background, it being said that he
(Continued on Page Two, Column Two.)
erlin Reports the
T-l 1 P T i.
itecapiure 01 liosl
Positions in Vosges
BERLIN. Dec. . The Germans have
completely regained the position on Hart-(they
ns-Wellerkopf in the Vosges region, :
recently taken by the French, it was of
ficially announced by army headquarters
today. The French have been driven out
of the trenches they still occupied on the
northern slope of the peak, it is declared.
Toduy's statement follows:
Western theater of the war: The ene
my's artillery fire has been lively at cer
tain uolnts. esteclally in the Vosges.
no'tui rial hand grenade attack 1
aalnut our positions on
n ' T,i!T
northeast of Souain was Hy"'"; ;
rno position ... --".as to a policy which should govern the
has been completely regained 'development of the navy and a buUdlng
The French also were n out of I prog board report, as
the trench section 011 the northern slope , onow,.
of the niountsln. i . policy: The navy of the United States
There I- nothing to rt " , should ultimately be equal to the most
"fm and Balkan theaters ot the war. , powerfu, malntalnej by any oth.r nat1on
. , j i of the world. It should be gradually ln-
KPnr fit KlinflneSS j creased to thi, point by such a rate of
Brings Fatal Seizure
PIOUX FAIXS. S. D., Dec. .-tDPoouu
Telegram.l-Complainlng that his vision
w.s blurred and that he feared he was
becoming blind. Winifleld 8. Roberts,
since IKS a resident of Sioux Falls, re
tired to his bod and was found dead
a short tlm later of heart failure. He
Is survived by a widow r.mi four
Tenaperatare Osaaha eeterdr.
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DANIELS GIYES OUT
MVY BODY REPORT
Full Text of Special Finding of
Board Made Public by Cab
FINDINGS WERE CONFIDENTIAL
WASHINGTON. Dec. 24. Secre
tary Daniels made public tonight the
original special report of the Navy
General board prepared In reply to
a query addressed to the board
hwen the administration determined
last July to take up the question of
i the administration's five-year build-
the strongest afloat by 1925. was pub
lished some time ago. but the first year's
building progrsm advocated under that
suggested policy is now revealed for the
first time, f
it shows. 'refminendtloiiji - for four
dreadnaughts and four battle cruisers
with an equally large program for other
craft and contemplates an expenditure
roughly estimated at $300.0)0,000 the first
year, as compared with tiOO.OOO.COO to be
gpe)t fof new En,.,3 lr flv(, ycars under
The board dM t atc th.t th, ,5.
t-year program, but In-
Ulrica vnat ics v 1 . vaiciiuiIiUI - m t v w
follow If shipbuilding facilities were In
creased In accordance with its recom
mendations. . ' ,
In giving out the report Secretary
Daniels said that all statements from
the general board as to building pro
grams during the present year had now
j been made public.
tie cauea attention again to tne fact
j that he had set a precedent for publish
ing the annual reports as they had been
I regarded as confidential by previous seo
' retaiies of the navy. The report under
discussion and the publication of which
j some members of congress have stated
would demand, ha said, waa a spe-
-'ai report, me suosianoe or wnicn si-
ready had been disclosed.
Th Board's Report.
Folio wing la the report:
"July SO, 1915.
"From: President general board.
"To: Secretary of tha navy.
"Subject: Naval policy with present
"In Mimntl.ni.. with amI
vwii...ii.ihd " . v.w v,, uiwh ui
th9 eecretary of the navy to express Its
opinion at the earliest practicable date
facilities of the country.
Page Two, Colunm One.)
Two Killed and
Five Injured in a
SCRANTON. Pa.. Dec. 2i.-lhe second
section of the Delaware, Lackawanna 4k
western passenger train. So. , which
was rammed at Slateford, near lelaware
water gap, late laat night, by the third
section of the same train, causing the
death of two persons and Injuries to five
others, reached this cily early today.
1 bearing the victims, who aera taken to
local hoapllals. While one or to of the
injured were seriously hurt, it Is believed
all will recover. The killed were both
colored one a porter of the wrecked
train and tha other. Miss Anna Jones of
Ithaca, N. Y. The most seriously in
Mrs. J. W. Styles, Montolalr. N. J.,
broken collar bone; hand cut and body
bru i oed.
Mlas Frances Styles, ths 14-year-old
daughter of Mrs. Styles, laceration and
Mrs. P. P. Merrill, New York, fraoturad
collar bona and body torulses.
J. ). Foster, porter. Cambridge, Mass.,
1st eratloiia and Internal Injuries.
E. M. PJne, general superintendent of
the Lackawanna, places the blame for
the accident on the engineer of section
three, who according to Mr. Bine, ran
past torpedoes and lighted fuses and alao
paaaed a flagman and automatic signals
that were In perfect working condition
and set against him.
WAR UNLESS YUAN RESIGNS,
SAYS CHINESE LEADER.
TOH& KlhHS CHOHO.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cat.. Dec 24.-Tong
King Chong, president of the Chinese
Republican association, is heading a
movement to protest against the tsklng
of the crown by Yuan Shi Kal and to ar
range for the rasing of funds to finance
a revolution against him If he accepts the
At k mass meeting here, over whch
Tong King Chong presided, lie said: "We
are willing to permit Yuan Shi Kal to
resign peacefully. If he does not there
will be war. We are fighting "for liberty
Eev.G.W. Abbott and
Wife, Formerly of
Omaha, Are Injured
GALENA, Kan., Dec. 24.-John Bray, a
fireman, was killed and twenty-eight pas
sengers were injured esrlv today, when
an accommodation train on the Missouri,
Oklahoma A Gulf railroad craahed Into
St. Lxula & Han Francisco passenger
train. No. 387, bound from St. Uouls for
The FrUco train, ninety minutes late,
was standing at the station here when
the accident occurred. A heavy fog ob
scured the view of the accommodation.
which tore half way through the last
sleeping coach of the Frisco train before
it was brought to a standstill.
Fireman Bray remained at his post and
lost his life In the crash. AU of tha in
jured were passengers on the FYlsco train.
Several are reported in a dangerous con
Anions- tha lniured were Rev. O. W.
I Abbott, 65. and Mrs. O. W. Abbot, 60, of
Rev. G. W. Abbot was formerly pastor
of Trinity Methodist church, Blnney and
North Twenty-first streets, Omaha.
The Day ' War Nevis
VIENNA DISPATCH declares that
la all aarers la the capital of
tha 4sl BBoaarchg tha eoavlctloa
prevails that the dHleremees with
tha I'alted States aver tha la.
coma, lurldcat arc sasreptlhls of
aa aanlcablc adjastweat.
THE AMSTERDAM TKLKGRAAF
cclarrs that rmlaeat member
f tha socialist grrcsg) Irons all tho
warrlsg aattcas except Italy ssct
at The Ilaarwa tw cars age ta
BRITISH WAR CASUALTIES t.
talea 636,137 aa Dcraaabcr .
HENRY KORD has left hU peace
ahlp aae started for America, a
Chrlallanla alaaatck ear a.
CKHMANS HAVE COMPLETED
thrlr rrOB.aeat of tha Hartaaaas
Wrllrrkopf gtoaltloas, reeeatly
takea by the Frraeb la their of.
feaalvela the Vaaaes regioa, Ber
H 1 1 si'Jj il mi : iSt iiuk u at) h mi ' ' 1 rt
IXNDON. Dec. 2.-The celebration of
Riiglan'. s eeotid Chrlstmss of the war
is being devoted mainly to the soldiers.
Several thousands of them have come
from the front on leave. These men.
with the large forces In the home camps
and the thousands In hospitals, arc be
ing entertained at dinners, concerts and
theaters. In every town of the United
Kingdom there Is some celebration for
soldiers and sailors.
Mora than 1 .600,000 package have been
sent to soldiers on the continent. Hlx spe
cial trains and four channel busts have
been employed for the last week to carry
th army malls. The railway stations of
London are crowded with soldiers, many
of them Just from the trenches and cov
ertdwith mud. They carry Prussian hel
mets, rifles, knapsacks, shells and other
souvenirs of battle. Committees of men
and women meet these men, feed them
and help them on their way Into the
Even the German prlonera In England
are preparing for elaborate Christmas
celebrations. At Ponnlngton Hall, ths
place of confinement of a majority of the
officers, so many paokages are being re
ceived from Germany that tha vllage
postofftca has' been1 compelled to enlarge
Its staff. The German officers have
mado large purchases of turkeys, geese,
wines and beer. The German civilians
IjaMnMNl'Aii Alexandra Palace In Ixindon
Feeling in Greece
BERLIN. Dec. 24.-(By Wlreleas to Say
vllle.) "Greek feeling In southern Mace
donia against the entente powers la
rapidly Increasing, according to reports
from Athena received by the Frankfurter
Zeltung," says the Overseas Newg
agency, which adds: .
"The dispatches assert that the Anglo
French commanders for strategical rea
sons ordered the evacuation of twenty
prospering towns between the Landsade
and Gallko rivers. It belnrt stipulated
that these places must be evacuated
within forty-eight hours.
'The Greek population attempted to re
sist the order, the Frankfurter ltung
correspondent says, and asked for help at
Athens, but the representatives there of
the entente powers declared force would
be used If the towns were not Immedi
PARIS, Dec, St The battle fronts ot
both sides in the conflict In th Serbian
theater of war are given In a dispatch
from the Balonikl correspondent of the
Brno De Parts.
The correspondent states that (O.000
Germans are mussed around .Monastlr,
with the Bulgars concentrated In the
center of the Vardar valley and two
Turkish divisions taking a position on
the left of the Bulgars. The French are
ranged In a seml-elrcle around Balonikl,
with their left on the Vadar Center,
facing tha Greek frontier near Dolran,
and their right connecting with the Brit
ish troops defending Chsrrldlce.
.- Discuss Peace
AMSTERDAM, Dee. 24. (Via London)
A number of prominent socialists from
all the belligerent countries except Italy,
met last Wednesdsy at Ths Hague to
discuss steps which might be taken to
help bring about a speedy peace, ao
cording to tha Telcgraaf today.
The newspaper say a that ths meeting
was held at the offices ot tha Inter
national Socialists' bureau. The discus
sions were of a very provisional char
acter, it adds. Tha Dutch delegates of
the International bureau had the pro
ceeding under their direction.
Great Britain Frees
Cargoes of Apples
IX) N DON, Dec. 24,-The North Pacific
Fruit Distributors' association, repre
senting 10,000 Washington and Oregon
growers, received a welcome Christmas
present today In tbe form of a release
of its huge consignments of fruits,
seised by British warships while oa the
way to Scandinavian countries.
With tha exception of a consignment of
apples to Denmark, for which aa under
taking; ha4 been given, the fruit wss re
The majority of the shipments were oa
beard Norwegian steamers. The steamer
Ilollig Olav served as a test case for the
various sets urea.
Among tbe released consignments wire
I. A) cases of applsa
II l y T S L It . it iV. II
III y I m if ( vi(! ' II
i A? Bi 1 ,JI I gt "T-; m
Largely to Soldiers
are having concerts and theatrical per
formances. The business section of Ixindon Is pre
paring for the usual three-day holiday.
All the banks and large establishments
will close from tonight until Tuesday.
Only a few of tha smaller shops will be
Nearly all the cabinet ministers are
going to the country, but lack of tha
usual excursion facilities is keeping the
working people in town. Christmas shop
ping has shown little decrease from for
mer years, but there is a great scarcity
of Christmas trees, which usually are im
ported from Germany and Scandinavia.
The early closing of restaurants and
the limited hours In which alcoholic
drinks may be consumed, are Curtailing
festivities at the London hotels and res
taurants, liarly dinners are replacing
late suppers. Officers. Including many
colonials, form a majority of the hotel
Family gatherings as a rule are smaller
and quieter than usually. Dark days with
heavy rain, add to the gloom of the war.
Pmgera giving Christmas carols In tha
streets. In evenings of Christmas week
for pennies have almost disappeared.
Reports from thj front say that the In
formal truce In the trenches on Christ
mas day of last year will not be re
peated, tomorrow, as tha officers disap
proved of t.. , ' ' w. . '. :..-
by Fumes of Powder,
Three More Will Die
BRANDY CITY, Cat, Dec. It-Four
men were asphyxiated by powder fumes,
three others are unconscious and
expected to die, and another Is in a
serious oonditlon as the result of the
failure of a 23,000-pound blast of low
grade powder, set In the Brandy City
mine near here, to explode fully late
yesterday. Superintendent G. W. Taylor
Is the only one said to have a chance for
In Brandy City, a mile away, the gas
fumes were so thick that many persons
were affected. No serious Injuries, how
ever, were reported.
When all was ready for the big blaat,
Taylor and the seven miners took refuge
in a deep hydraulic cut some distance
away. Others of the crew of about
twenty-five scattered to other rlacea. Ths
blast was set off, but only about one-half
of It exploded. The remainder burned,
creating a deadly gas. The draft set
through the out In which the eight man
had taken refuge, where It hung in such
dense clouds that an hour passed before
the rescue could be made.
When the men were brought out F.
Godfrey. Jack Hayes and Thmi Sad
ler were dead and the other five un
conscious. Such first aid plans as miners know
were used to resuscitate the men. but
they were unavailing. Joseph Dlona
died several hour later.
Mrs. Wilson Takes
Charge of Presents
for the President
HOT SPRINGS. Va., Pec 24 -All
Chrtetjnas presents addreaied to President
Wilson passed today in the safe keeping
of hla wife, to be withheld by her until
tonight, when the big accumulation of
packages will be opened. The packages
addressed to Mrs. Wilaon were tsken In
charge by the president.
Among the president's gifts are two
from his grand-children, Ellen Wilson
MrAdoo and Francis Woodrow Say re.
Whether tha president and hla wile
will participate in the Chrlstmae celebra
tion to be given tonight in the hotel waa
the chief topio discussed today in Hot
r-'prlngs. They have been Invited, but
have neither accepted or declined.
Real preparations for tbe celebration
began today with tha Installation of a
thirty-foot tree In one of the hotel
An automobile trip and possibly a game
of golf were on ths preid-nt's progrsm
Heavy Fog Delays
Traffic in Chicago
CHICAGO, Dec. 21-Chlcago wss
blanketed today In a fog so denaa that
street lights were turned on, locomotive
snd street cr headlights ware neceisary
and office buildings were ablate with
light. Surface and elevated trains moved
slowly and many workers were late at
their places of employment. At t.39
o'clock In ths morning the darkness was
NEW ANGONA NOTE
Intimation It May Suggest Com
mission of Naval Experts to
Report on Case.
EXPECT FRIENDLY SETTLEMENT
VIENNA, Dec. 24. (Via London.)
In all quarters the ronvlctlon Is
r.ow entertained that tho differences
between Austria-Hungary and the
tnlted States, which arose from the
Ancona incident are susceptible to
r.mlcable settlement. The Austro
Ilungarlan reply to the latent Ancona
note may be expected in a few days.
Press Withholds f'omnieat.
The second Ancona note from Wash
ington Is being studied here. Meanwhile
the press is withholding comment. The
remarks Incident to the announcement
that the note had been received were
temperate and even friendly in tenor and
all circles are convinced that the outlook
may fairly be described as favorable.
No Inkling has been gained as to the
nature of the forthcoming Austro-Hun-
garian communication to the United
States, but In this connection interest at
taches to an article by Prof. Henry Lam;
masch, one ot the leading Austrian ail'
thorttleg on international law. Prof. Lam-
masch, who Is a member of the tribunal
at Tha Hague, suggests that. Jn view of
(Continued on Page Three, Column Four.)
America Is Seeking
Data on Sinking of
WASHINGTON, Deo. 24.-The sinking
of the Japanese liner Ysaaka Maru In
the Mediterranean reported torpedoed
without warning will be made the sub
ject of an Inquiry by the United Statea
Consular agents will be asked to obtain
accurate versions Of the Inrldent and
forward them without delay to the State
The State department's Inquiry In the
rase is based solely on reports thst the
liner had an American passenger aboard.
Although he was reported rescued. It Is
felt that If the liner was torpedoed with
out warning, his Ufa was endangered .
Should reports that the vessel was tor
pedoed without warning and that the sub
marine waa an Austrian be verified of
ficially. It is said further dlplomatlo cor
respondence with Austria-Hungary will
undoubtedly ensue in which the torpedo
ing of ships without warning will be dis
cussed and demand again be made that
American Uvea be not placed In peril by
- Bartaa Will Stop for Holiday.
LONDON, Deo. 24. A message from
Baron Burlan, Austro-Hungarlan foreign
minister, to Baron Zwledinek, Austro
Hungarlan charge daffalrs at Washing
ton, la circulated In London today by
tha wireless press. It Is dated Vienna
and was picked up In England on Its
transit by wireless telegraphy to ths
United States. The communication reads:
"Ths American note handed over to
me on the 21st. Tell the secretary of state
tha answer we are now preparing will be
guided by ths same concern for good
relations between both countries as men
tioned by the federal government. In
consequence of the Christmas holidays
our answer cannot be expected before
Russians Attack on
BERLIN. Dec. 21.-4 By Wireless to
Sayvllle.) There has been a renewal of
activity on the Bessarabian front, the
Russians attacking Austrian forces there,
according to today's official report from
Austro-Hungarlan army headquarters, re
ceived here from Vienna. Tha official
statement declares thst Russian attacks
were repulsed with heavy losses to the
Regarding operations In the Balkans
the statement is made that In eiiKsee.
menta during the laat few days M pris
oners were captured.
Four Enginemen Are
Killed in Collision
DANVILLE, III., Dec. 24. Four rnHit.e
men were killed in a head-on c.ufs.on
near Veederabuig, Ind., late to-la, be
tween sn eastbound Clover Leaf passen
ger train and a westbound frelg.it train.
Although the passengers were je.ciely
shaken up none wss injured teiiOJt'.v
enough to need medical assistance, ac
cording to a report from the ci.n of
RUSSIANS ACTIVE IN G ALICIA'
Austrians and Germans Seeking to
Strengthen Lines at Trembowla
BATTLES IN EASTERN FRANCE
IXJNDON. Dec. 24. Many isolated
engagements on various fronts have
Mset predictions of the universal
Christmas truce. Nothing of great Im
portance, however, has developed.
From Galicla, the Russians report
success In an action against tha
AiiBlrlans near Trembowla, where
there has been an Indication re
cently that the Austrians and Ger
mans are seeking to strengthen their
lines. Although no activity Is re
ported on the Mesopotamlan front,
the Russians are advancing steadily,
In Persia In an effort to link their
fcrces with those of their British
allies. . , '
On Hsrtmane Wellerkopf, tha French
claim to have maintained their gains
on a front of one mile, but admit their
left has been compelled to fall back. The
Germans assert they have retaken the
lost ridge, with the capture ot a large
number of prisoners.
Special dispatches . to London papers
state that the Bulgarians are preparing
to Invade Oreek territory In an effort to
expel the allies from Balonikl. The en
tente forces are engaged In strengthening
their position and express confidence
that there Is no Immediate prospect of an
offensive against them.
Parliament adjourned without receiving
the figures concerning the Earl of Derby's
recruiting plan, but on reassembling after
the holidays the members will have the
facts In regard to the question whether
conscription Is necessary.
Wins Chess Tourney
NEW ORK, Dec. 24. Columbia univer
sity won the Intercollectate chess cham
pionship tournament, which ended hevs
today with a snore of 10Vk paints iron to
T losU- A.' J.-MaMell and Ti.-W. KkrnPf
'each had a clean slabs of three wins, li.
E. Leeds was held to a draw In one of
his games and Captain F. F. Korkua
lost a contest after a hard st.ug(to. 1
Princeton took second place with S
points to 8; Harvard was thirl with I'k
to m,' and ale won only I po'nts to 10
scored against them.
Columbia now hss eleven of the twenty-four
tournaments to her credit; Har
vard, nine; Yale, two; rrlnceton. one,
and one ended in a tie.
In today'a matches Columbia defested
Yale S to H and Harvard and Prlnre
ton broke even, each team scoring two
Shows Big Increase
CHICAGO, Dec. 24.-Offic.lala of express
companies here today oeclared that ths
parcel post once the bugbear of tha
expressman, now is regarded with com
placence and Its activity' not resented.
They say that although the parcel post
continues to flourish, the volume of ex
press business has Increased to such pro
portions In the last six months that spe
cial trains have been run and thousands
of square feet added t their working
C. W. Smith, superintendent of the
Western Express company, said his con
cern was doing 26 to JO per cent mora
business than last year.
H. C. Books, general agent of the
Adams Express company, said: "Our
volume of business now is the greatest
In the company'a history."
Other express officials reported aim liar
THE WANT-AD. WAY
Tohnnie O'Xeu saw an automobile
Advertised in' The Omaha Bee.
1 second band car, and cheaper by
Than moat of the new on e yon
le bought the machine, now he)'
may be sera
Hiding round both at work and
lie's stun mighty glad he) saw that
And he's strong for tho cla ssifled
Are you looking for a used ear II
10, turn to the Automobile Column In
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