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BITS OF WAR NEWS
Halifax, N. S. Under convoy of
British warships, Cunard liner Maure
tania will probably leave here within
next few days for Liverpool.
Ottawa. Canada wilLsend 21,000
men to fight Germans.
London. 100 clergymen enlisting
daily. Willing- to fight or act as chaplains.
Buffalo. German-Americans will
hold monster mass meeting to raise
funds for German Red Cross Society.
Protest against editorial comment
and headlines in American papers
which are alleged to take British view
Buffalo, N. Y. Royal Canadian in
fantry patroling Welland canal raided
Austrian recruiting station and ar
rested 3 men after closing office.
New York. Representatives of
more than 1,000 German societies in
greater New York voted to organize
relief association which, will accept
contributions to fund to aid families
of victims of war in the Fatherland.
Washington. Navy department in
formed British cruiser Rainbow put
in at Goat Island, San Francisco, for
coal. Will be permitted to take on
just enough fuel to take her to near
est Canadian port.
London. "Never again will 1 dis
grace myself by wearing a British
uniform," was Kaiser Wilhelm's last
message to England in letter to Brit
ish ambassador just before he left
Washington. Representative of
Hamburg-American line told Sec'y
Garrison that number of Americans
on continent and England does not
Winnipeg. German Consul Gen
eral in Winnipeg, Baron Rudt vpn
Collenberger, handed his passports
and requested to leave Canada within
Detroit. After suspension since
July 31 the Detroit Stock Exchange
will resume regular sessions today. ,
By Jim Manee.
We've had "much war news
All this week.
From Sunday back to Sunday.
And "war is hell," that's
So to speak.
We'll have sorrie more next Monday.
P. S. Until then, keep cool under
BRESNAHAN MAY BE NEW CUB
MANAGER TEAM SLUMPS
New York, Aug. 8. The presence
in New York of President Thomas
of the Chicago Cubs gave rise today
to rumors of a change in manage
ment of the team. It was given out
that Thompson came here to settle
differences between Frank Schulte
and Manager O'Day.
Earlier in the year there were re
ports that Roger Bresnahan would be
made manager of the Cubs. The'
team spurted, however, and no
change was made. Thomas may have
a surprise" to spring now, as the Cubs
have only won three, games out of
twelve on their trip, after taking nine
straight at home.
The team appears disorganized, as
the competition in the east has not
been high class and should have
been easy to beat.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Wheat up.
Corn highest of year. Oats and pro
"That eugenic couple have a baby."
"So! What did they call him?"
"Eugene, of course." N. Y. World.
Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday,
probably focal showers; somewhat
cooler by Sunday afternoon or night;
moderate southwesterly winds shift
ing to northerly Sunday, afternoon or
night.. Temperature -Friday High
est 81 ; lowest, 73.