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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE- SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD BASEBJUlGL NO GOLDEN HARVEST, TO BE-REAPED-THIS YEAR IN THE BIG LEAGUES-FEDERAL LOSE'A BUNCH (By Frauk G M New AUJ; the sea- more ihan hah it seems a that the majority oi the magnates m-thc .National, American ana Federal leagues v. ill sufler leases that may reaelFa total sfhile the ,minor league losses v.-jll add probably; to to that sum. 1914 written ou DEFEATED GIANTS THREE GAMES STRAIGHT BELGIUM APPEALS TO ENGLAND TO AID HER CONTINUED FK03I FRONT PAGE The Gcraari point oi view in re- goieinmeub in the British Isles to Sard to the situation thus brought tide over the present crisis. Andrew about was explained at the German Boaar Law, the Maiquis of I ans "c domic and Auhur J. BaUour, three opposition leaders, were in consulta- tion with Cabinet pinasters today. loo'i them over aiwi Barney Drevfussj nicy luu> lo sutler a. loss for' to s D timers Lr certain j I-se-s. The may rc-ach COO. Hostors ttra.'es are another, to m h s a juyrcUanuV whaw.' racists have ke-n'pitifully small from the outset of the Toe I'hiUes been doing better a .n sttr-iiitence way than look-j for at the lemoning of the sea-j the pajes the must disastrous s-n v.hcn :he Fcas to have5 in the history oi tiie ndiiuiial their club. due to small attendance, huge'salar- In (he Anencau league the Naps' !es and postponed "anies. j suffer K.QSI. The iacst But in s. dlEerect spirit do' quit ifenn told. The Yankees al-l the magnates take those losses t In so Le certain losers, but thev' the American and National leagues, may escape with or where the majority of owners have owing to fact tlrat they drew! jn huge profits fairly well early in the season. The! ;ach year, the losses peeve and fret j closeness of the race among the oih-{ them and cause them to utter harsh[ er'sis tesms in the.league mav cause' ling words ercr and anon. Tho' two or thrte of "the first sis teams to! in the Federal lesgue, how-! escape with only a small loss, ever, their losses laconically But perscs'teuce nun which the almost cheerfull.... Thty Tatered -into Browns and Sox kte? roar the the baseball business knowing- t-faey top, nr-J the great of the Red rcoald-Jose money in their first "year Sox has increased the recent "attend- out. So IT is no surprise or disay- to S'ich a point that the early; poittment to nod the outlay larger rcay le partially overcome, than the income. In fact, they seem Ccnne MeCi's team has biea over the fact that their losses Till the wav, but his account5 are not as large as they had aatici-( won t le fj.tier.ej much. The fans in) Pared. 3 Ph-ikdaijhm apathetic. The at-, In. the National league, only the teadancs-this year at tilt home games' Giants and Reds seen: to havs mads; has averaged "less than for the" last money, up to this writing. I! the'four years and on the road the Ath- Cubs can keep u? their present letics are not drawing overly and act as runners up foe the lead- The Athletics will make money, butj ers, they mar get Through the sea ,lit wca't le much. The Tigers and! son vrith only a small loss, or may Senators, if they- can "keep in the j break a few thousand will a little on the ct the eame. embassy as follows "The Geruuu general staff has been reliably informed that French troops arc assembling in great numbers on Belgian frontier preparatory to crossing: "The Geimau government, there- Uore, informed the Belgian govern- j ment if, ioi "strategic reasons, MARTIAL LAW IN CUIN'A PROVINCE Aug. law has German troops were traverse Belgian cojnpelled la this move should uot be considered-in anv a warlike measure diree against Leru declared in the German protec- torate of Kiao Chau. Ail foreigners including Hntislicrs have'fceen order- ed to JeJuV. Germans residing m Pe- have lett for T Kao French, British and merchants 'here are continuing business. uub as a ucvcaaiLy im-i A QI'IOTI ptseil by French initiative, and tltat Ql-'RM VX if Belgium offers no armad resistance! I to such a movement Germany will'o R- guaranty the government the' todaV tuf j maintenance of its territorial nty and sovereignty and the fullest (Compensation for any inconvenience caused by the pas-jate oi the Imper- ial troops. The' German embassy thrt it wasTjutte certain no would arise in connection with tb Russia, Aug. authorities here German steamer At- the crew to dissm- They also vessels in pur- suit of a German steamer the port jesteniaj. left also stated si SERVJSTS EXROLL German troops crossing the Dutch! of Frenc" subjects, resident in interfering i are responding to the call irontier or in any way with that neutrality. GREAT BRITAIN HAS ONLY ONE COURSE Louden. Aug. from its hitherto exceedingly moderate, con- ciliatory and unwarlike attitude in the present crisis in Europe, the Da ly Tele-gram in a double-leaded .editorial says today _ "Today people of the British em- pire will learn with one universal to arms issued yesterday General Kertand." Placards announc- the official, decree of French mo- bilization had been posted and are causing excitement. Consuls el Germany and Austria- Hungary also are enlisting their coun- tnmen. There are thousands" bi American torn Frenchmen in Louisiana. JVIanv already have signified their intention of enlisting as volunteers. thrill oi passionate indignation of an BERLIN FRENCH act oi deliberate outrage that EVASIVE _ in ihe race during the first three [-out ia as great numbers as they s. it is unlikely that they will a. other- years when the teams were without a loss. But, it will bejia the fight. ia other years and much in the Federal league it seems cer-' Cargbr.l su-acrs exp-ect- tain that each eltib Viil lose money. the Feds the town. Ko individual can he macs r loolis cs il lie coJieetire-lossf since z quit pa the; -cluhs will be in" the tolhorhood of KNOCKS SMITH Wins' From Austra- lian in Round Sydney. Australia, Ang. Jimmy the American, middleweight, knocked out Dave Smith, last night, in the first round. The fight, which, "rcas billed twenty rounds, lasted just sisty seconds. A hea-vy punch, to the Jaw did tne Tvork. Bv Ms victory becomes -middleweight light- heavvweigflt cnampioa of Aus- tralia. Smith, outTveighed him S. O. E. FOOTBALL CLUB Team to play North. Lethbridge afc the Ball Park tomorrow evening. Kick- off at 7 o'clock sharp: _ Stowe; Wallis anti-Firth; Cnenery, Lee and Turner; Fauacb, Laverick, Draper, Lash and Bestwick. Players strip at at 6.15. NORTH-L.ETHSR1DGE UNITED VERSUS S. O. E. F. C. The game the above clubs will take place ball park to- morrow evening. Kick off 7 o'clock. .The following will' represent North Lethbridge: Dunlop; and HoJ- Bryce, "White and Jones; Ber- A. Tennant, J. Tencant, Al- [bert Gurr and H. Linning. Reserve, O Earie. Players strio at ball park at (S.3Q. teen dene against this country by {Germany that we have been wantbn- ly challenged to throw ourselves in- stantly into uar." '.The seizure of British ships in canal is, m all circumstances brutal an act plain aggression as ever committed by one power up- on nncther. Today th? world will hear what -an- swer the British government is to Former member of the York National league baseball team now toe lo that 'nsult- Tfce natural an- ;hh- successful manager of the Cin.emn.atliReds. had the extreme cot be open to any doubt s in. the series just closed power which constituted it-, ther former Giant self the mad_ do.g of the European !_crisis will be given its deserts and' "'tiie whole grist ot Great Britain will be thrown in to the task. "At last the suspense is at an "We believe every Briton with any sort manhood in him will hear the zisws with relief. Since Germany will haTe ft, in full measure. No nation went into war with better heart clearer conscience than Great Johnny.. M cGra w. LOuim.Lu NATIONAL Cindjmati 5, XewTork 1 Fittsjurg i, Brcoklyn 7. PtttsSurg 10. 'f Vori 52 38 .591 52 42 7.553 51 45 .531 ...I... 45 45 .500 Berlin, Aug. seiai-oficial com- munication published here today sajs: "The Havas Agenpy Of Paris is pub- lishing colored accounts of an inter- view between the German Ambassador at Paris and Rene Vivlani, the French Premier. The fact is that the French reply to the German demands was so ambiguous and evasive that any fur- ther declarations must have been, GERMAN CAVALRY FRENCH FRONTIER k.Ug cavalry ts- day, raided the French" frontier near rbe fortress of Belfort, and attempted toJ commandeer horses, according to dispatches from Paris. pa- trols also twice "attacked Joncherey, near Belfort HEAVY FIGHTING ALONG- THE Better to be Safe Than Sorry MOST people, -when nol feeing well, wait-and see; perhaps I shall feel better to- At such a lime the prompt use of ETO'S "TYuit Salt" nds the'systea of disease garrns and "prevents the spread oFthe maledv. ENO'S "FRUIT SALT" tHe the accumulation of poison in blood, wiuch, -when allowed to continue -Uucheikei inigri develop into Without such a as EM'S "Fruit the jeopardy of life umaotsHtHy increased. Better be safe than sorry. Eno's much mart efficacious tban the effervescing waters of potftssBtR or soda, and u supplied to you at less than bne-terth..tfce cost. bottle TO-DAY from your local dealer. only by XCJENO, Works London, Englcind Harold F. Ritchie Co., Umsled, McCwI St, St Louis 3, Boston 4. HO Plwladelphia Chicago ErooUj-a AMERICAN i Xew YorE: 0, Cleveland 7. l.r Cleveland 2. (Second _................. rtj .UUU I w -c Cincinnati 45 48 4S4 j goes now." ;462 FRENCH IN" U. S. 43 39 49 .443 _ 30 51 .133 Washington, Aug. in CALLED TO COLORS iPfc Boston 55 33 41 .Washington subject to military, duty iir- their native country are called to -645 1 the colors in- a notice sent out by -573 j the French Embassy Today. The no- Washington, Betrcit S-- Chicaso 2. PhUadelpiiia 9, Str Louis 5, SUNDAY GAMES Philadelphia 5, Chicago 2, Cleveland 9, Washing tort L St. Louis 1, Boston New York 3, Detroit 4. D traf 52 42 -553} lice advises all French residents here 48 -.505 that a general order oi mobilization 49 47 -9 been issued for both reservists fet. Louis p.nd territorials by the French gov- ICrC 43 33 FEDERAL Chicago 55 Vienna, Aug. The Militarische Rundschau states that serious fighting is in progress on the river Drina. Bands of Servian volunteers, Tvho are attempting to cross the river, are op- posed by A'ustrian-Hungarian. front- tier guards. Ths Servians fired on their own river boats killing and in- Taring Tnanj'. FIGHTING ON RUSSIAN BORDER Allenstein, East Prussia, Germany, Aug. The fishiing on. the Russian, frontier "was confined to small posts -until six o'clock last evening, but an attack was then made by the Russian Johannesburg, which is occupied by a squadron of "FEDERAL Kansas Cit} 0, Balfclmors 5. St. Louis 3. Indianapolis 2, Brooklvn 5. Chicago 3, Pittsburg 1, Chicago 0. 43 ja 31 .316 r pnAr.TTTpv jIN" E-VGLAXD 3100TED .5751 London, Aug. 3. The Bsllimore 50 40 .556 St-ndard says there is every Hth Pomerania Dragoons. The 47 40 .541 i ability of formation oi a coalition j railroad" from Johannesburg to Ljelci 'IndiEnapcIs 48 42 .533 j i Buffalo 44 4G .-189 (Kaiis-s 43 53 .448 Fitts ,urg 39 50 .433 St. Lo-is 40 55 .421 INTERNATIONAL Rochester 60 4.0 .600 Balt.more 53 Bufialo.............._... 54 Providence 52 Torrnto 47 Newark 44 Montreal 39 Jersey City 31 MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 191J on the llussian frontier has been cut aud also the light railroad -runnlngita Blotto-en. The losses of the'Russian troops are believed to have'number- ed about twenty nien, while the Ger- mans have not lost any killed, al- though have been, sllgtftlj woun'ded. DOWAGER-EMPRESS STOPPED IN BERLIN' London, Aug. Bmpress Maria Feodorowua of RUB- sia, sister of Queen-Mother AJexandra, was stopped in Berlin ou her to St. Petersburg, and given the choice of returning to England or going to Copenhagen. GERMAN" INVASION OF RUSSIA BEGINS- Berlin, Aug. -Inva- sion of Russia by the German troops began today, when, the 1st Bactalton the 165th Infantry, with' a machine gun company, occupied Ksilisz in Rus- sian Poland. The German infantry, which had made a rapid advance from Ostrowo in Russian Poland, ac- companied by the 1st Regiment of German Uhlans, known as the Eraper- oj- Alexander III. of Russia's "Uhlans. GERMANS MASSED IN LUXEMBURG Brussels, Aug. Is es- timated tbac German 'soldiers have occupied the territory of the Duchy of Luxemburg, and are massed along the French frontJerl FRENCH DOCTOR SHOT BY GERMANS London. Aug. j from the chief of the German general siatf received at the German Embassy here assert that a French doctor, with assistants, tried to poison the weMs near Metz with cholera microbes. The doctor was tried by court'martial and then shot. Another French parrv, according to the same-source of Jnformatioln endeav oreu to up a strategic tunnel near Cochem on the Moselle. KRON PRINCESS CECELIE NOT TAKEtf New York, Aug. 0. less messages were despatched today from the Home Office oi the North Gernlalf Lloyd Steamship company in Bremen, ordering the Kron -Prin- zessin Cecelie, which has on hoard in gold for London and Paris banks, to proceed directly to Bremen, 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 the steamship officials proposed to deliv- er the rold aboard German warships rather than run the risk oi seizure by British ships The report that the ship was oft. north coast of Ireland Jast night another that she has 'been cap- tured by British men of war, were not confirmed at the local offices, nor any, information as to disposition oi the 3 of them axe bound ior England and' Franre and would be 'considerably erncarrassed by being put ashore in Gernwnv. The anviety in New ..York for this and other "steamships in- creased as the reports oi war activ-. ity read today.' XO U. S EFFORT TO ARBITRATE Wash'ngton, Aug. 3 Wil- son told caliers .today" that the Unit- ed States had not made any otter to use its good oiiices to bring peace IP Europe. He said he.had -not heard of a suggestion' by the Queen of Hollsnd that the United States unite with her countrv to offer me- 4.0 40 43 43 48 47 58 Gd THE WAR .557 .547 j -495 i .484 .402 .320 INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 0, Rochester 3. Baltimore 2, 'Rochester 5, Buffalo 6. Providence -I7 Bufialo G. (Second ___________________ Jersey 5, Torcnra 1Q. i WESTERN CANADA Jersey City 3, Toronto 2. (Second SasSatocn............ 51 32 .614 14 39 530 Newark 1, Montreal ,2. 45 40 ;52S> Newark 1, Montreal 2. (Second i iicdicine Hat 42 41 j Edmonton................. 36 46 iCahary 32 52 (FROM SPECIAL EDITION ISSUED THIS MORNING) .506 .439 WESTERN "CANADA Moose Jaw, Mill- ers, after a hard tight, defeated the .381 5RISH Montreal, Aug. a" mark- scattered. Score: Medicine Hat........... 3 Moose Jaw.............. 4 'Hatters, 4 to kept tne hits Ud reversal of form, the Irish Canad- iens won their first game on the Na- tional grounds-this y-ear yesterday, S 2lw3ien they defeated Tecumsehs in a Martin and Bliss: Tarah and Wally. {Big Four fixture by 7 Eskimos Take Two" jten penalties were handed out during Edmonton, Alta., Aug. Esk1- sthe match, only one was for a major mos took botn ends of a double-head- i foul, that being thje set-to between er from the Red due to superior Kane acd Felker in. the last period. Winnipeg, Man., Aug. Grain Exchange .cable says that England has declared war against Germany, and that all the British.Navy Reserves have been called out, Winnipeg, Man., Aug. Grain Exchange cable from London states that in a naval engagement in the North Sea, .Germany is said to-have lost seven-ships and the British fleet twa. Germany to.have order-' ed all lights on the North. Sea coast j to_be extinguished at night. All the lightships have been brought into ports. real this year. hatting. Dad Krafl first looked ond as well. Scores: Edmonton............... 9 Jl 5 Regina............... S S J WINGER WHEELERS WOW 7 TO Kraft. BoTce, Clayton, Kevuit and, Montreal, Aug. changes Lemieux; Rhode, Bottoroff, Smith and I in, Hne-ap of the la- __ I Tofcio, Japan, Aug. western shores of the Pacific showed active j preparations for war. The British As-1 iatic fleet is concentrating at Hong-j aft pitched in the But for that the game was one of and the German warships in As- safe and in the sec-j cleanest exhibitions played in Mont-j iatic waters are making their way to Harris. Edmonton ..4 14 crosse team resulted ia the first de- 6 cisive win of the season for the Wingr- Regina.. Z 11 4 fed over the Cornwall Colts and by the score of 7 to 1 Saturday. Ow- j ing to the fact that the game was played before two ball games, Kraft Harris. and, Lemieux; Barger Even Break Calgary, Alta., Aug. Brorsks and-the'Quakers broke ever, on Sat- urday, botn being-good games, except for temporary ascension, of Quakers in. first jrame. Scores: Saskatoon.. 6 Calgary 7 2 Northrnp, Kallio and Tv'alters, Gage "Weinbolt, Saskatoon... 4 8 2 Calgary............... 3 10 1 North nip and Spencer; Dattiste and Weinholt, only time for three periods was avail- able, but the outcome wouid hardly have been different even ha'd the full time been played. ENGLISH, CRICKET Harrowgate, England, Aug. In a county cricket match, started here on Thursday, TorkshHV- Gloucester- shire 'by an innings and 118 runs. E. R. Wilson for Yorkshire scored 102, Tsing-Tau. The -warshjcs making jevery nreparation for pos- sible eventualities, and are ready to sail at a moment's notice. The Jap- anese dreadnought Hiymi had a suc- cessful trial trip today. Germans residing In Japan subject to military service have been ordered to hold themselves in readiness. Ottawa, Ont, Aug. Admir- alty has issued a call for Roya; Naval reservists to-report for duty at once. The Canadian government has been tasked to make the announcement. Men of the Royal Xavy Reserve are asked to accept this as notification and report. London, Aug. Thomas Lipton declared he had definitely de- cided not to race at Sandy Hook nest Kiiner 79 and Dolphin 55. For Glou- (September for the America's CUD, if cestershire, Dipper made 02, 'England becomes engaged in war. CALLING ARMY AND NAVY RESERVES TO COLORS Ottawa, Aug. cabinet council was in session from 11 until 1.30 and wiirprobably he in session again this afternoon. Before Premier Bordcn left for Ins home _at o'clock for luncheon he intimated that there might be something lb give out later in the afternoon and evca- ing. The printing bureau is also open. A special issue of ihc Canadian Gazette calling upon army and-naval reservists in Canada to report will be issued without de- lay. It is staled that arrangements were 'also made lo send troops to defend CamidiarTcanals. Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer'.Resort, with 18 miles of Navigable Water for Launches and Row Boats Good Trout Rates and Fishing per day Additional accommodation at the new Lake Hotel Stage leaves King Edward Hotel at Pin- chcr Creek every morning for the Lakes. ;