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VOL, 3,,N0. 261 Chicago, Tuesday, Aug. 4, 1914 ONE PENT
KAISER DECLARES WAR ON BELGIUM
-ITALIAN ARMY MAY REVOLT
Naval Engagement Reported in North Sea German
Army of 100,000 Headed Toward French '
Border to Help Advance Guard. J l
Chicago banks received from Washington $54,000,"
000 made available by secretary of treasury. Believed'
financial situation will now be restored to normal.
Brussels, Aug. 4. Belgium has opened negotiations
with France and England for alliance against Germany.
London. Premier Asquith told house of commons
Germany's answer to English note demanding explana
.tion of invasion of Belgium was not satisfactory. War,
talk loud among members of parliament. I
Berlin, Aug. 4. Placing responsibility for the break
directly at France's door Germany today formally de
clared war onhneighJbpring republic
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