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VON NUBER MUST
BE RECALLEP OR
Government Decides to De
mand Recall of Austrian
WILL BE REPLY TO VIENNA
WASnOTON Dec 10
Cnncellnllon of the exequatur of Alex
ander on Nubcr, Atistrlnn Con-nil General
In New York cltj, and a demand that lie
1cae the countr or face criminal charges
will be the answer of the United States
to th. d m-i '1 r l In Mi'irl.iti 'hnrne
here that the rcpartmnt of Justice ultln
draw 1 1 charm? that he plotted to destroy
American munition plant
It la understood on lilch official author
ity that thlt action would liaxc hecn taken
before except that l'i eldent Wllion did
not ilcilre to utart an additional iontro
Vers' with Austil-i-Itunmo until the
Ancona iteiuind hail ln-on comlileiecl at
Vienna It Ii cxpeited that not iinl will
von Nuhcrs exequatur he canceled, but
that slmllai action will he taken In tho
cases of at leiit three additional Austrian
consular iciresenlatlei whose Identity
la nt present withheld
ACCt'SUD OF rO.VSPIKACY
In a statement I'stied fiom tho De
partment of Justice three weeks iiro,
Chief IiivestlRator Ukl.nUI dlicctly
charged that CcuhuI Geneial Von Nuber
had aided dliecth In n consplrac to
destroy American munition plants The
Austrian Charge here made unolllclal
representations dfni.inillnc that this
charcc he withdrawn on the pround tli.it
there was no evidence to beir It out.
The SUte Department referred the re
quest to the Attorne General A week
ftCO the Austrian Kn1bass here tiled an
oillclal request for a retraction, and both
till are under consideration
''resident Wilson will discuss the entire
tndttci with hecretar Lanidnn and At
toine Gincnl Urcsoty soon after he 'o
turns to this clt tomorrow Secietarj
IinsliiK refused tod.i to discuss the
Austrian crisis In an way He mid that
he would nuke no statement roH-irdliiB
the status of the consul general and otiv r
Austrian officials until a complete de
cision had been reached on all of the
The Sccrotan refused polntblank to say
what attitude he has takm on the claim
made b Austtlan sources that the gen
eral nctiit of tin- ustrlan representa
tives had bien under the direct dlrec'lo:,
of AinbakS'idor Inmib.i and th it he hnv
lnc ben withdrawn .it the demand of the
United States this Government should
drop all proteidlims against an other
officials of the Huul Umpire.
It was learned, however, that Presi
dent Wilson has po-dtlvtl refused to ac
cept alir suih viewpoint The nltltude
of the Administration, olllclals sa. Is
that the New York ioiiiuI Bcncral and
the unnamed additional olllclals have
flagranti violated the hospitnllt of the
United States, have unlawfully con
spired against Its peace and Its lnaus
trlcs, and that their usefulness as con
eular olllclals is at an end And If the
advice of the Department of Justlie Is
accepted, an effort will nlho be made to
prosecute at least three of them crimin
ally. Monsignor KavanaRh Transferred
Monslgnor Charles I Kavnmigh, former
chancellor of this diocese nnd about a
year ago transferred b Archbishop Pren
derffust to the icctorshlp of St Stephen's
Church, In Port Carbon, has been again
transferred to ht Katharine's. In Wn)ne
He will take charge Wcdnisda, succeed
InK tho fiov Joseph I. O Kec.fc, who was
transferred to St. 1'runcls Xavier's
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U. S. DEMANDS
Protest to Austria Insists
Safety of Passengers
Must Be Provided For
TEXT NOT GIVEN OUT YET
WASHINGTON, Dec. 10
That the safety of passengers must be
provided for regardless of conditions ami
that ample lime must be given them to
esrape arc the principal demands In the
protest the United States has sent to
Austria on the sinking of the Ancom
Tin demands of the United Stales were
baed on the oillclal report of the sink
ing oe Issued b thr Vienna War oflice.
which vlrtuallv admitted th it the Anconn
was sunk while some of the passengers
were still on boon!
It was Mated nlso that tho position of
tho United Stales ns outlined In Its com
munication asking reparation for Ameri
can llt.es lost and assurauf hn null
acts will not bo repeated. Is, that no mat
ter v hethcr a merchantman stop upon
the firing of a warning shot b a war
ship or after a pursuit, all the passen
gers must bo removed before the vessel
The text of the note has not been
made public, and olllclals of the Stato
Depaitment refused to discuss the com
munication In an.v way declining even to
admit it had been sent. The depart
ment had not bien advised of Its nrrlvai
Damn Urlch 'wledenll.. Charge
il'Affalres of the Austro-Hungarlnn Uni
bissv, and Counselor Polk, of the Stato
Departmint, conferred late toda, but
nellhtr would revcnl the details of thclf
The Stale Department declared no re
ply to the list of Inquiries recently sub
mltted to the Vicuna Uorelgn Otllce
through Ambassador Pentleld had bem
received Tho admissions of the Austrian
Admiralty were contained in an oillclal
statement Issued on November 14, which
'The submarine allowed 13 minutes for
the passengers nnd crew to abandon the
steamship, on board of which panic
reigned, but onl u small number of
boats were lowered, ind these were oc
cupied principal! h the crew. A great
number of boats, probably sufficient to
save .ill tho passengers, icmalncd unoc
cupied. "After a period of W minutes, and as
another steamer was approaching, the
submarine submerged and torpedoed tho
Ancona, which sank after an additional
The statement concluded with the as
sertion tint If anv of the passengers
lost their lives It was the fault of the
irew, because the steamer tried to escape
after receiving ordem to stop, and then
the crew saved themselves and not the
This stntement was accepted hero is
nn uinuulllled admission that man jf
the passengiis weie still aboard when
the Ancona tccelvcd her death blow.
Much evidence along this line has been
obtained in depositions, one of which
st.ius positive! that the more seriously
Injured pisscnsers were left nbo.ird to
be carried down with the ship
While the United States has Insisted
heretofore that vessels earning non
combatants be not sunk without warn
ing, tills Is the tlrst case which, It Is
said, has developed tre view of the Gov
ernment as to what time Is considered
ample for the purpose of icmovlng pas
sengers. beond the general statement
that all passengers should be given a
place of safetv, as provided In the Dec
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WAR COUNCIL DECIDES
ON RETIREMENT TO SALONICA
PAItlS. Dec. 10
Tho generat war council of the Kn
tento Allies held another stsslon today
with Lord Kitchener and Sir Kdward
Grey attending No statement ns to the
alms of the council has yet been Issued,
but Information was given by a high
authority today Ihnl a complete agree
ment exists regarding1 the measures to be
taken In tho Balkans
lUtlrement of the Allied troops on Sa
lonlca Is part of the official plan. Kngllsh
troops are still pouring Into the Greek
In the discussion of various phases of
the war at the high council In Paris,
suggestions were made, It was learned
loday, as how the German hlgli-scas tlecl
might be forced from Its haven In the
Kiel Canal It wan for the discussion of
that question. It wns said, that Admlril
Itousslne, chief of the general stnn or
the llusslan navy, wns cslltd lo Paris
The military chiefs arc satisfied with
the progress of the operations on all the
fronts, It Is said, notwithstanding Ihc
check at the Dardanelles nnd the subju
gation of Serbia b the Austro-Germans
FOUlt TOWNS IN SOUTH SKIM! I A
FALL INTO I,m.(.AH HANDS
Unttl.IN, Dec 10 Pour towns near
the southwestern Serbian frontier have
been captured b the Bulgarians, the
War OIllcc has announced They are
Ochrlda, 13 tulles north of the Greek bor
der, Strugn, noithtast of Uchrld.a, Dlbra,
33 miles above Ochrlda, and DJakova,
over the bonier In southwestern Mon
tenegro The Hnvns correspondent at Snlonlca,
In n message lllcd estcrda sas the
French positions at Dcmlrkapu and -Kos-turlna
vv ert- set upon by the Bulgarians
on Tuesdav The lighting was cxtrcmel
severe, but, the conespondent sns, the
Ilulgnrians were repulsed.
1 lie Bulgarians, assisted by Austrlatis,
are still pressing the attack The French
front now extends from Ohevgcll along
the railroad to Dcmlrkapu, with a pro
tecting point In tho direction of Ktlvolak.
Thenco it bends In a curved line toward
The British position extends from
Dornn to Vnlandovo, protecting the road
lo Slrumnltza The British are prepar
ing a second lino of defense based on
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WOMAN TO WIN HACK VOTE
Husband Will Become Citizen to Com
ply With Law
SAN FltANClSCO. Dec. 10 -Mrs Ulhd
C. Melv'cnzle, horn In California, whoso
right of Miffngo was taken from her by
the Supreme Court of the United States
on I hi ground that she Is the wife of n
British subject, Gordon MoKenrle (known
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ALLIES RETIRE IN SERBIA
SALONICA, Greece, Dec 10
Strong bands of Bulgarian comltndjls,
or Irregulars, have penetrated Greek ter
ritory, It wan officially stated today at
the Macedonian headquarters 0f the
Trench (Jencral Staff.
Tho Irregulars lnaded Greece for tho
purpose of cutting the railway line.
The Greek nuthorlttea, In agreement
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nnnLIN, Dec. 10.
During the righting on the Slrumnltza.
front, In southern Serbia, the Bulgarians
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