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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE-SIX THE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, AUGUST BELGIUM APPEALS TO ENGLAND TO AID HER CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE govciumeiit in the-British Isles to iS'Q GOLDEN HARVEST JO BE-REAPED THIS YEAR IN THE BIG LOSE A BUNCH Frank G. Xew Aiiic sea- wn icore than hali over, it seem? a A, Certainty that the majority oi the magnates in the National, .American and Federal leagues viill surfer DEFEATED GIANTS THREE GAMES STRAIGHT downe and Arthur-J, BaUour three The German point ol view in re- laid to the situation thus brought tide over the present crisis 'about explained at the German Bonar of embassy as follows: "The German general stall lias teen reliably informed vhat French troops arc assembling in great numbers on 'the Belgian preparatory to crossing. "The Geiman government, the minor league losses will add probably- to to that sum. 19H te -written on the pases as the must disastrous in. the history o? the national game. due to small attendance, huge salar- ies and niiiiy postponrd games. .But in., what a different spirit do the magnates take those losses In the American and National leagues, where the majority .of owners have loo'i them over sinl DreyfussT i may hive to suffer ;i Uras for this year. will be certain The reach 000 The Ufitor: Hrai'ts are another i-e in ih.'t h s a juyrcil and v.-iuvj hiu> te.a pstJiully of the season.j that may reach a of small from'the outset Tue I'iull es have been doing; better! way than was look- sea- have j. ed for at the of the s_n when the F'cds to their club. the Aaencan league the will suilfc E.ost.-The Cleveland quit them cold. The Yankees al-t so Le certain losers, but- they'. may escape-with or S75.00C owinac to th; fact that thcv drew seen used to reap-'ng in huge profits, fairiy well early in the season. The Jacn year, the losses peeve and irefc' closeness of the race among the oth- them and cause them to utter harsh let1 six tennis in may cause- or thrfe of the first six teams TO escape with only a small loss. But- the perscstesce with which the' 2nd White Sox keep re-r the; top, .iiid the great of the Red Sox has increasoi the recent attend-, a, nee to a point that the. early i Irrssrs n.ay te partially overcome.' tjam hr.s been lea account j inj sounding words ever and anon. Th magnates in the Federal league, how- ever, tave their losses laconically almost They entered -dnto the baseball business knowing They lose money in their first out. So it is r.o surprise_or disan- pomtmeafc to find the outlay larger than i-he income. In fact, they gleeful overthe ;acr that their losses all the way, but his bank Ere not as large as they had antici- wont le fetrcceJ much. The fans pated. Phikdalrhia. apathetic. The at- 'In the National league, only the tendance- this year ar the home games Giants aad Reds seem to have mads' has averaged less than for the" last money up to this writing. If the four years anti on the road the Ath- Cuts can keep up their present pace, j letics are rot drawing overly well, and act as runners up fee the lead-' The Athletics wiH make money, but raay get through the sea-jit wcn't le much. The Tigers and! "son" with only a small loss, or may'J Senators, if -they can keep in the' e e.i 1-reak a few thousand dollars' fight, will cHar a lite! cf the game. i the game Sght beiag payrolls ___ .__ fj aud their high posi-jloth. towns the ians are not ____-a, r-a. in -he race during the first three. out in as great numbers as they did'. -V-s, ir- is unlikely that they "will a other years when the teams "were' without a loss. But it will be] is. the Ssht. j Is, the Federal league it seems [fore, informed the Belgian i meat that H, for strategic there- goverti- reasous, leaders, were in consulta- tion with Cabinet Ministers today MARTI At IN C1I1KA PROVINCE Pclnn, Aug. law has .kclarcd in the German protec- toi.tte of 'Kiaq Clmu. AH foreigners including Britishers have'been order- German troops compelled ed to (traverse Belgun U-mtory this move j kin have lea for a w arlike measure" directed against are coritinuin j Belsium but cnly as a necessity im- j pcseil by Frt-uch initiative, and that if Beleium-offers no armed resistance to a mtfVfmeat Germany will guaranty'the government the inainicmnce of its territorial integ- rity and soveieiyiiy and the fullest icompensiticn for any inconvenience caused by the passage oi the Imper- ial troops. The German embassy also stated that it was "quite certain no questions would arise in connection with the people of the Batfsh em- learn with one universal thrill ot passionate indignation of an act of deliberate outrage that has teen done against this country by- Germany that we have been wanton- ly challenged to throw ourselves in- stantly into war." seizure of two British ships in Kiel canal is, in all circumstances an act of plain aggression as" ever committed by one power up- on another: Ted ay tha world will hear what -an- swcr the British government is to Former member of the New York XationaT team now the I The natural an- tDe successful manager ot Herzog-Tiaa the' eitrewefsn'er open to any doubt lor each. Both pleasure of defeating the C-Lints three stxaighc s rimes ia the series jusc closed the Power which constituted it- lls this year and mi aad one of them was a shutout and pitched 'by another fonnc-r Giant self the mad dog 01 the European ians are not comis; i Lgou Ames- Tbi5 aitist have keen tnoftlfving to Johnny ilcGraw. crisis will be Kken its iyisk, Russia, Aug. Russian authorities here German troops ciossin frontier or iu any way interfering with that neutrality. GREAT BRITAIN HAS ONLY ONE COUKSE Louden, Aug. Changing from its German las and ordered the crew to disem- bark. They also vessels in pur- suit of a German steamer which left the port .jestwday. Aug. 3.-Hun- U. S. RESERVISTS Orleans, La., ivmi me j r-------' the French subjects, resident in Louisiana are responding to the call to arms issued yesterday by General ferrand." Placards "announc- ing the official decree of French mo- bilization had been posted and are causing excitement. Consuls cf Germany aad Austria- hitherto exceedingly moderate, coil ciliatory and unwarlike attitude in j also are the present crisis in Europe, the tryruen' Da ly Telegram in a doubld-leaded editorial savs today "Today pire will ther int5" muca _ Cardn-'l that each eluo will lose moEey. j 11 the w--'.--j; tls'tcwn. Xo individual estimate can be mailc earlier in! but it looks cs if the collective loss! sbce r> ilump -the! to ekht clubs vnll te in c tjUit torhood 01 sn BBOE There are thousands of American born Frenchmen in Louisiana. Many already signified their intention of enlisting as volunteers. REPLY EVASIVE Berlin, Aug. semi-oficial com- munication published here today says: "The Havas Agency of Paris is puo- colored accounts an inter- view the German Ambassador at Paris and Rene Ylviani, the French Premier. The fact h, that the French reply to the German demands was so ambiguous arid evasive" that any fur- ther 'declarations must have been GE2UIAN CAVALRY RAID FRENCH FRONTIER Ui.w Vi tiJc j London, Aiig- cavalry to- crisis will be gicen its deserts and'-day' the French'frontier near J" thei fortress of and attempted to' co'mmandeer horse's, according ,to dispatches from Paris. German pa- trols also twice attacked Jo'ncherey, whole grist of Great Britain j be thrown in to the- task. i "At last the suspense is at end." KNOCKS OUT SMITH A.riotican Wins From Austra- Hsn In Round _ Sydney. Australia, Aug. C- Jimmy Claol-y, the American C- middleweight, knocked OUT. Smith, last night, in, the C- first-round. The fight, -which "was billed for twenty rounds, lasted just sixty seconds. A t- heavy punch to the jaw- did the -work. By his victory Clabbv 5- "becomes -middleweight, light- champion of Aus- t' tralia. Smith outweighed him I- S. O. E. FOOTBALL CLUB Team to play North Lethbrldge at the Ball Park tomorrow evening. off at 7 o'clock sharp: Stowe: Wallis and'Hrih: Chenery, Lee and Turner; Faunch, Draper, Lush and Bestwick. Players strip at-Y.3I.CA_ at 6.15. NORTH LETHBRIDGE UNITED VERSUS S. O. E. F. C. The game .between the above clubs will take place at the ball park to- morrow evening. Kick off 7 o'clock. The following will represent Xorth Lethbridge: Dunlop; Frier and Kol- jberton; Bryce, White and Joaes; Bev- A. Tennant. J. Tennani, Al- Gurr__and H. Linning. Reserve, Earle. Players s'trip at ball park at j 6.30. NATIONAL Cincinnati 6, Xew York 1. Pittsburg 1, Brooklyn 7. Pmsburg 1, Brooklyn 10. St. Louis'3, Boston Chicago Philadelphia 10. NATIONAL CMca-.o __-...... .r.......... Cincinnati __. (10 Philadelphia ErooUjn Pitts-urr ,52 52 51 45 45 42 39 39 36 iZ 45 45 4S 49 49 51 .591 '.553 .531 "We believe every Briton with any sort of manhood in him will hear the news with relief. Since Germany will have it, in full measure. No nation -sent 'into war wi 'or clearer conscience Britain goes now." FRENCH INT U. S. iCALLED TO COLORS .433f Aug. in better than Great AMERICAN i Fh iadelphia 60 Better to be Safc Than Sony h MOST people, -when not fesfog well, wait ano1 see; perhaps I shall feel beiter to- morrow. At such a time the prompt use of "Fruit Salt" rids the" system of dsease gcnns and spread of the malady. END'S "FRUIT SALT" the Ever working, preveTsting ihe accumulation of poison In blood. Khidv alWed to conlijiue undecked, develop into Without such a as ERO'S "FraU the jeopardy of fcfe Better be safe than sorry. EDO'S wroadi more efficacious effervescing waters of poteuana or soda, and ssppl-cd tc you less than e'cost, bottle TO-DAY from your local dealer. Prepared bj? J.OENO, "FruitSalt" London, England CvcMMfe: F- Ritchie Co, LJarlted, j Washington subject to mihtaiy duty j in their native country are called to .645 f the colors in a notice scat out by the French 'Embassy today. The no- --S53Mice advises all French residents here a general order of mobilization 33 41 Xew York 7, Cleveland 2. (Second 55 41 French'Embassy today. The no- 52 "Washington 3, Detroit 0. D trJt Chicago 2. 47 PhUadelphia 9, Strr Louis 5. Sfc- 45 SUXDAY" GA3IES t New Yorf 43 Philadelphia 5, Chicago Cleveland Cleveland 9, Washingtoi: 4. .St. Louis 1, York 3, .Detroit 4. IK y. FEDERAL Kansas City 0, BaUjii St. Louis 5r Buoalo 3. Indianapolis 2, Brooklyn 5. Chicago 3, Pittshurg Pittsburg 1, Chicago 0. "FEDERAL Chicago 55 40 liaiiimcre 50 40 Broo-Us 47 40 48 42 j Buffalo 44 46 [Kans.s Cilj 43 53 ;Fitts.urg 39 50 St. Lo-is 40 55 fcv Ut, 49 been issned for both, reservists 49 .475 i and territorials by the French gov- 53 .448. crnraent. 67 -316' j CO A LITIOX GOVERNMENT {IX ENGLAND JWOTED .579 London, Aug. 3. The Evenin .55fi! Sinndard says there is .541! ability oi Tormation of near.Belfort HEAVY -FIGHTING "_ ALONG' THE DRLN'A Aug. Militarische Rundschau states that serious fighting is in progress on the river Drina! Bands of Servian volunteers, who are attempting to cross the river, are op- posed by Austrian-Hungarian front- tier guards. Th8 Servians fired on their own river boats killing and in- juring many. f FIGHTING ON RUSSIAN BORDER, Allenstein, East Prussia, Germany, Aug. fishting on the Russian frontier "was confined to small betwe'eh cavalry out- posts-until six o'clock last evening, but an attack was then made by the Russian, invaders on Johannesburg, which Is occupied by a squadron of .___ the llth Pomerania Dragoons. The a coalition railroad 'from Johannesburg w Lyck every profc- on the Russian frontier" has been cut and also the light railroad running to Blottorwen. The losses of the Russian troops are believed to have number- ed about twenty men, whilo the Ger> mans have not lost any killed, al- though several have been woumied. DOWAGER-EMPRESS STOPPED IN BERLIN London, Aug. Empress Maria Feodorowna oi Rus- sia, sister of Queen-Mother Alexandra, was stopped iu Berlin on her way to St. Petersburg, and given, the choice of returning to England or going to Copenhagen. INVASION OF RUSSIA BEGINS'. Berlin, Aug. inva- sion ol Russia by the German" troops began today, when the 1st. Battalion ot the 105th Infantry, with' a. machine Cun. company, occupied Kalisz in .Rus- sian Poland. The German Infantry, :ich isd rsscic a rapid advance from Ostrowo in Russian Poland, was ac- companied by the 1st Regiment of German Uhlans, known, as the Emper- or Alexander III. of Russia's Uhlans. GERMANS MASSED 11ST LUXEMBURG Brussels, Aug. Is es- timated that German 'soldiers have occupied the territory of the Duchy of Luxemburg; and are iiiassed along the French FRENCH DOCTOR; SHOT BY GERMANS London, Aug. from the chief of the German general start received at the German Embassy here assert that a French doctor, with two assistants, tried to poison the weMs near iletz with cholera microbes. The doctor was tried by court'martial and then shot. Another French party, according to the same source of, information endeav ored to blow up a strategic tunnel near Cochem on the Moselle. KRON'-PRINCESS' CECELIE NOT TAKEN New York, Aug. 0. less, messages were despatched today from the Home Office of the North German Lloyd Steamship company; in Bremen, ordering the Kron'-Prin- zessin Cecelie, which has on hoard in gold for London und Paris banks, to proceed directly to" without touching as" usual at Plymouth and. Cherbourg. This order, as announced at the, New- York offices of the company here today in confirmation of_ reports last night, was taken" to mean that tbc, er the rold aboard German warships, rather than run the risk of seizure by" British ships. The report that the ship was oft, the north coast of Ireland last night and another that she has been cap- tured by British men of war, were. not confirmed at the'local nor) waV-there any information-as to dlspositiou of the passengers. Most' of them are and and would be considerably 'embarrassed by_ being put ashore' in Germany. The "anxiety in New .York for thijs and other "steamships in- as the reports ot war activ- ity'were read today. NO U.-Sr-EFFQRT TO ARBITRATE Washington, Aug. 3.rPrcsident Wil- son told caliers today that the Unit- ed States hact not made offer to vse its' eood offices to hring' about- peace in Europe. He said he had -not heard of a suggestion' by the Queen v of Holism! that the United States unite with her country, to ofier me- diation. 1 INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 0, Rochester 3. Baltimore 2, Rochester 3. Providence 5, Buffalo 6. 4, Buffalo 6. Jersey City 5, Toronto 10. Jersey City 3, Toronto 2. (Second Newark I, Newark 1, Montreal__2. (Second 31 6 43 43 48 47 58 65 i Rochester.................. 60- 10 .600 Balt.mnre 58 41) sux Buffalo 54 (Second Providence 52 Toronto............_.......... 4? Newark 41 (Second Montreal 39 1 Jfrsty City OF THE WAR .557 .517 .495 .481 (FROM SPECIAL EDITION ISSUED THIS MORNING) Winnipeg, Man., Aug. Grain .402 I Exchange cabfe says that England has CANADA" _ Saskatocn 51 32 Rigina 41 39 Jaw 45 40 J Medicine Hat .JW...; 42 41 Edmonton 36 46 .614 .530 .529 WESTERN CANADA ifoose Jaw, Sask.. Aug. The Mill- j ei-s, after a hard fight, defeated the {RISK CANADIENS WIN Montreal, Aug. Showing a "mark- declared war against and that ail; the British Navy Reserves have been called out. Winnipeg, Man., Aug. Grain Exchange cable from London states .439Jt'nat in a naval engagement in the .381} North Sea, Germany is said to have lost seyen'.ships and the British fleet two. _ Harafa kept the hits fed reversal of form, the Irish Canad- j iens won their first game on the Na- Germany is reported to have order- ed all lights on the North Sea coast! tcrne extinguished at night All the lightships have been brought into ports. "Hatters, 4 co weil scattered. Score: Medicine Hat........... 311 ijtional grounds this year yesterday, Moose Jaw.............. 4 S 2 j when they defeated Tecumsehs in "a Martin and Bliss: Tarah and Wally. Big Four fixture by 7 to 4. Although Eskimos Take (ten penalties were handed'out during Tokid, Japan, Aug. western j Edmonton, Alta., Aug. Eski- [the match, only one was for a major shores of the Pacific showed active raos took both ends of a double-head-1 foul, that being thja set-to between {preparations for war. The British As- er from the Red batting. Dad first till it looked ond as well. Scores: real tliis year. Edmonton..- 11 5J -__________. Regina............___ 8 3 4 -WINGER WHEELERS WON 7 TO 1 Kraft, Boyce, Clayton, Hewitt aad. 3iontreal, ;Atjg. changes Rhode. Boaoroff, Smith and in the ijne-up of the la- Harris Edmonton Regina..... Kraft and Harris. Even Break Calgary, Alta., Aug. Bronks and the Quakers broke even on Sat- urday, both being good games, except for temporary ascension of Quakers ia first game. :Scores: 3 7 g Calgary............... 7 g 2 Nirthrup, Kallio and Walters, Gage and Dale, Weinbolt Saskatoon............... 4 2 Caigary............... 3 JQ Xorthrup and Spencer; Battiste and crosse team resulted .in the first de- 4 14 6 cisive win of the season for the Wing- Z 11 4.1 ed "VMieelers over the Cornwall Colts Barger and jby the score of 7 to 1 Saturday. Ow- ing to the fact that the lacrosse game was played before two ball games, only time for three periods was avail- able, bat the outcome would hardly have been different even had the full time been played. ENGLISH CRICKET Harrow-gate. England, Aug. a county cricket match, started here on Thursday, Yorkshire beat Gloucester- shire by an inntegs and 118 runs. E. R. Wilson for Yorkshire scored 102, Kilner 79 and Dolphin 55. For .Glpu- icestershlre, Dipper made 92, Tslng-TatC The warships are making every preparation for pos- sible eventualities, and are ready to sail at a moment's notice. The Jap- anese dreadnought Hiymi had a suc- CALLING ARMY AND NAVY RESERVES TO COLORS Olfawa, Aug. cabinet council was in session from 11 until 1.30 and Avill probably be in session again this afternoon. Before Premier Bordcn left for ins home at two o'clock for luncheon he intimated that there might, be something to give out later in the afternoon and evca- Jmg. The printing bureau is also open. A special issue of the Canadian Gazette calling upon army reservists in Canada to report be issued without lay. It is stated that 'also madc'lo scncljroops to defend Canadian canals. cessful .trial trip today. residing hi Japan subject to military service have been ordered to hold themselves in readiness. Ottawa, Ont, Aug. Admir- alty has issued a call for Royal Naval reservists to report for duty at once. The Canadian government has been asked to make the announcement Men of the Royal Navy Reserve are asked to accept this as notification and report 'London, Aug. Thomas Lipton declared today he had definitely de- cided not to.race at Sandy Hook nest September for the America's Cup, if England becomes engaged in war. .Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous_ Summer Sesort, with 18 miles of Navigable Water for Launches and How Boats Good Trout Fishing Rates and per day Additional Hotel Stage leaves King Edward Hotel at Pin- chcr Creek every morjiing for the Lakes. ;