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THB DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREOOK. TUE8PAT, AUOUST 11. 10H. Remodeling and Expansion Sale Goes Merrily on. At tractively Priced Merchandise in Every Department Our Mr. H. W. Meyers advises us that he has found it necessary to cancel orders that were placed early for Women's Suits and Coats, for, since arriving in New York, he finds that the styles shown at that time were not up-to-the-minute and he is expressing daily shipments of the very newest fall and winter garments as they are brought out by the manufacturers. The new models are strikingly beautiful, showing a decided and pleasing change in fashioning, fabric and color. See these new arrivals. 257c re duction during Remodeling Sale. . I , grounds. attend. REMODELING SALE SPECIAL- Women's Newest Advance Styles-Suits, Coats I and Dresses On Sale at a p . .. . . . . .-, ., I Reduction of 25 Per Cent Anticipating the large orders which are being placed by our Mr. H. W. Meyers, who is now in the East on a purchasing trip, and to make room for the shipments which are crowding in upon us, we offer during this remodeling and expansion event your choice of Coats, Suits or Dresses at 25 less than regular price. The styles of these advance garments are guaranteed to be the very newest models for the coming season's wear. Why wait longer? Get your new fall Suit or Coat now and save 25. patch the tires melted and ran so that the. tires would not hold air. However, after much delay and excitement, the ; dusty party arrived in Salem. I o Mrs. C. M. Lock wood and Mrs. E. J. i Adair were Salem visitors at the the ! mawa institute yesterday. j Members of the Central Congrega tional Sunday school will hold their annual liicnic Thursday at tiie fair- BATTLES IN THE DARK iWavRilflrfilK GRAIN BOUGHT II 1111 iJLVni LUS VUll I v ; Convict Moore Burglarizes Home of rred Miu and Gets Away With His Sunday-Go-to Meeting Clothes. BOSNIANS MAT RISE. ic. 11. Ser- All are cordially invited to ! KINDLY LEFT PRISON DARK A. J. Van Wamig, traveling freight T agent for the Southern I'aeifie eom Iipuny, was in Salem today on business. 'He spent the time visiting wholesale shippers who might be induced to ship in carload lots over the ! 1. line. o F. 8. Barton, manager of the Salem Electric to., will lay out the lighting ' ; i system for the new pavilion at the state .'fairgrounds. Mr. Uarton is an electrie lal engineer and member of the Ameri can institute of electrical engineers, and I had had consideruble experience in the T ' lighting line. u ; Workmen are engaged In hauling brick for the erection of the new two 'story brick structure that is being built ! on the site of the Fremont hotel by George Rodgers. Carpenters are at ' work putting in joice on the cement basement walls. It is expected that ' masons will soon be busy laying the walls. i 0 I You can safely rely upon my ability to give you eyeglasses or spectacles ! that will positively benefit your sight, at absolutely fiiir prices. The strong est possible recommendation is the vol- ' uutary testimonials of satisfied patrons a very large share of my business comes to me through the recommenda tions of the thousands I have served iiu this vicinity. Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn, . I'. S. National Hank building. i o i A party of Silverton men, composed j of ('. J. Thomas, L. Lynch, J. F. Daws j land J. l-tke, who have been hunting ; near Kiddell, Ore., lor the past 10 days, , passed through Eugene last night on ; their way home. They got three deer,; and had two, of the heads mounted over their head lights on their enrs Inst night as they passed through Eugene. En gone Guard, I ivi;i. Mnntencgro. Aug, ivia's and Montenegro's .iinf forces moved iuto the interior of the Austrian ( ! province of Bosnia today. n,-:..;,.i id lhev were confident IN EXCHANGE TOR SUIT tle Bosnians thenisel'ves were about to rise against Austria. ! They declared they expected ;, Later He Or Someone Else Invaded' Meti' Porch, but When Alarm Clock Was Fired at Him Fled to complete ! PR1S: Aug. U. The entire French! Fred Metz, who lives at m Fair ! army in Alsace wus i-gnung my mount street, had an excitiui? cxper-! mans today. It was admitted here that ience last night about 10 o'clock with j both sides had sutierod heavy losses. Hiram I!. Moore, the prisoner who midc his get away from tho brickyard at the' Paris, Aug. 11. German troops were penitentiary vestordav morning. The , reported to the war office today near affair took place in'Metz's bouse in ! Morhange, east of Metz, trying to pens the dark ami resulted in Metz having trate the French frontier. his legs badly bruised and the convict escaping with citizens clothes on. ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 11. Mx It appears that Moore, instead of carloads of German prisoners of war making haste to get any distance away ' passed through Vilna today from the from tho immediate neighborhood, lay German frontier, according to an otti out in tho grass all day yesterday and eial announcement here. Inst night came into South S.ilnn and i entered the house of Metz for the pur-; LONDON', Aug. II. Two German , pose of obtaining a change of clothing : rnvulry divisions were operating today) to replace his prison garb, it was while ; about Tongros. Itelgimn, to the. north: Moore was in tho house that Metz re-! of Liege, according to an official state-; turned and, hearing a noise inside, made ! nient issued ny the government press a dash for the intruder. ! hnreBu here. It was announced alsoi It was dark ami almost immediately; that Germans were entrenching along Metz fell over a chair. Moore began the River Aisno and that large nuiii to bent a retreat and Metz followed : bers of them were invading Belgium after he had picked himself tip. The i from Luxemburg, to the Southeastward. next move Moore stumbled over n ta We pay the highest cash prices for Wheat, Oats, Barley, Rye, Vetch, Cheet Seed, etc. Sacks furnished or will buy sacks if sacked. CLOVER BAGS We handle clover bags ami the occupation of Hosnia ! len them at the lowest cath prices. Also, buy clover seed any where in valley. I and tho adjoining province i gov in a. of Hon D. A. White & SONS 251-261 State St. Salem, Ore. While endeavoring to pass between a streetcar and a buggy yesterday aft ernoon on JStato street near Hush 's bank, the delivery auto of the Cali fornia bakery ran into the buggy and crushed one wheel. The owner of the rig, Mrs. I.ee, who lives on the old Tilniuii Ford place, was not injured ble and went to the floor with Metz hot after him. The convict succeeded in shoving n table between himself and Metz mid made a dash for the back door. Metz then picked up a chair und ; hurled it nt him but without iniy ap parent effect. j Shct Him With Alarm Clock. ! When the smoke of buttle had clear-: ed away and light was secured, it was found that .doore had left his Mouse in the house niul that iie had secured n : new suit belonging to .Met, Tl:o con vict 's trousers were found near the top of the hill this morning. In the scuffle Metz was unable to rocogiiiz the in truder but the clothes found establish ed his identity. A small ami nut of money was also taken. About I- o'clock, while Mr. lletz was sleeping on the porch of his house, lie licMid ii noise as of someone stealthily endeavoring to open the screen door. A few moments later . head was stuck through an aperture in the cloth cov ering of the porch. Mr. Met, savs that HOME, Aug. 11. The Austrian for eign office had ignored up to today a demand from here for an explanation of the destruction of Italian property when Austrian warships bombarded Anthari, Montenegro. Anti-Austrian feeling was growing throughout Italy. NEW YORK. Aug. 11. Advices that the British liner Eusitania had passed Fastnot and was proceeding rapidly to Liverpool were received here today. NEWTODAY One cent per word each inser tion. Copy for advertisements un der this beading thould be in by 2 p. ni. PHONE MAIN 8L REMK..MHEK Fred's Night Lunch. PRACTICAL nurse would like mater nity case. Phone 60-F-2. ST. PETERS1HRG. Aug. 11. (Pass ed by the censor.') The Russians have been successful up to today in the skirmishing along the Austrian frontier. Today they forced the Austrians to evacuate the Russian town of Rad.iwil low, which they occupied several days ago. THE HOUSE OF QUALITY but the buggy lind to be taken to tno ,e rose up in bed and fired the alarm repair shop. The damage amounted to elock at the head, but failed to go about $5.00. J off. lie believes it hit th" mark, o . though, for it stopped. Ilecaute he nave THE ll.UU'E, Aug. II Gorman troops were assembling heavily along the Dutch frontier today. The prov inces of Gelilorland, Seeland, l'.rabant and Eimburg were placed under mar tial law. WANTED Middle nged woman to keep house. Phone 49-F-4, NEW AVON hop paler for sale. Lee, corner Ferry and Jiign. FI'RNISIIEO housekeeping rooms for rent. 0!4 -North Commercial. OLD PAPERS per hundred. foi carpets; 10 Journal office. CtLti SPLENDID furnished housekeeping rooms at Tho Lincoln, 633 Ferry. FOR RENT One block itol, one nice bedroom North Summer street. from the -ap-modorn. ! i0 FOR SALE A small larm near Snlf.in, on good road; price very reasonable. Address A 55, care Journal. 1880 ;sL JL1 COOD1GOOD S 19 14 The long-planned excursion of the board of governors of the hmloin Com mercial club and friends up the river in the Grny Eagle has had to be post poned on account of the low stngo of the water. It has been found impos sible to navigate the large steamer with the depth of water that is now in the river. The wntcrmelon bust will take place some, time later. o 1,:... .1 1 1... ..;..!. . .1. ...I. , tho hint oud got mvav. W hether the ! tfria was neutral in the present Euro- I'eillt HHI. ..itiiu.u ill, mill it;-, 11 iu- SOEIA, Bulgaria, Aug. 11. Premier . , . Radoslnvolf iinnoui.-od todav that llul- S.NAf-iu acres oi " i'-- ifllijn, oniv now ii, I'li'miio io-'b All Around Town Do not be misled, You do not pay school In one of thoso towns is Mr. ! one cent more when Dr. Mendelsohn Pearson's purpose in making tho trip nts you w itn giusses tnnn you woiim oc to the const points. He believes that : required to pay elsewhere. second visitor was tiie convict could not' bo ascertained. This morning Chief of Police Shedeck went out to investigate the scene of the conflict and gathned up the clothes that belonged to Moore, lie took them to the police station and later sent them to the penitentiary. I'p to this after noon no trace of Moore had been found. lainied throughout the countrv but the premier said this was to enable the military authorities the better to guard its frontiers. Marshfield or Florence offers a good! net tiie best possible service from one opportunity for such nn enterprise as ,ms ."" l'ra'' 1 1 J . ...... 1 it.iA An.l jinn r-nlr'nm va.i fA IfillWt BLIOII State, between Liberty and High) Motion pictures "The .Million Dollar Mys tery," great production which cost the Thunlinusur company one million dollars to produce, now being shown lit the Illigh anil printed on Saturdays in the Capital Journal. Also Kcystono comedy, AMUSEMENTS. ii Bring your agates home to have them 'polished and mounted. Gardner & Kecne, 388 State street. I lin Aniiinm ulii tuu Kin W 1 1 1 lunva ftll 'trip of inspection, which will include , satisfied patients 1 do not use drugs Wiidon. North Dend. CoouiUe. as well;0' tlrol19 ? ? kind, as they aro dan- as Marshfield and Florence-Marsh- f r , Mendelsohn, I field Times. National Hank building. j The United Artisans and their famil- Judge Kelly sustained a demurrer to day in the case of U. H. I hillock ngainst Besides you : 1,10 directors oi scliool district .No. "l, ct a I. tins was a suit tirougnt tor a tux foreclosure and District Attorney Ringo, who appeared lor the school dis trict, demurred. STOCKHOLM, Aug. II The Swed ish steamship Runeberg arrived from Rauino, Finland, reported the Russians concentrating troops at strategic points on the Finnish coast. The Russian fleet, it was stated, was still in the Gulf of Finland, awaiting a favorable op portunity to strike. time. P.ec'htel & ivnon, 347 State. I!)i;l INDIAN MOTORCYCLE in lino condition; fully equipped; cost i'SOO; price $130, easy terms. Phone 783M. U. S. In place of the excursion for the LONDON, Aug. 11. The admirulity announced today the acceptance of two submarines offered by Canada for use several already, on the Pacific coast, BASE!,, Switzerland, Aug. II. Swiss troops were concentrated along the Austrian, German and French frontiers today, ready to resist violation of Swiss neutralitv, of which thero have been I........I Unln... ies will hold their annual pienie at the iercial club which was postponed, the OLOBE (State, between Lib erty and High) Motion pic tures of comedy " Lovo and Luck", featuring Ford Sterl ing 'the funniest man Alson 2-reel druma 'A String of Pearls." BAND CONCERT Willson Park at 8 p. m. E. M. Wnite Memorial fountain with cal cium lighted waters plays at 8:1)0 p. m. ! l i state fairgrounds Wednesday afternoon i and evening, August 1-. Lunch and ice J. L. Blodgett, who was arrested Sat-, mam ,viM , f,erved at 7 n. in. The regular monthly meeting will be held iu tho Marion Hotel. Tho meeting will ..!.. tUn I.,-... ..0 A .11. I!, 'ill , , , . i ........... lane iiid iuiiii ui u uiiiun xiuiii Vi.jc lu urdn.v for speeding a mmorcjclo on the 0Vellilll, will l)B ,,evotetl to Kme3 Bnil o,(,,o(,k W(,(neBllav evpni Tho sireeis Hl .,.. w..u ,.s "- '". other iinuiseiueiit. firing a full basket' speakers will be W. S. U'fien, C. E. appear yesterday at two o eloe or ,,, )lftvo 8 , tlIlle. i 0 Xortherly j,bUw,; immi. hearing, was f ,e,l 10 by l'ol.ce J'.dgo , 0 mu H L riigin yeMiirany. c. B. Aitchison, tho railroad commis- state highway engineer. It is expected 0 sioncr, returned yesterday from a two that a large' crowd will be present at! If you wish to know what is good weeks' vacation in which he combined tdis affair. style in tnilor nindo clothing, ask '. business with pleasure and held lit hear-! 0 M usher, 111 I State. lings regarding grade crossings in Wnl-I That the peach crop of the North- o I lown county. Of the E! crossings peti-; west is heavv this season and that The evergreen blackberry is now ripe tioned for it was found that 5 of them large numbers will be shipped east, and ready for tho cannery and the Sa-, could be eliminated by building short was the statement made this' morning i :.....:...:...... ..... I--..... ....... r v....'i i i... n.u - ' " 1 n-ni iiiniiiiiiiiius hip j'i vtii-i i i it hi i ki- m i t-iriu-.i ui nriv iuhii iiu 11 uiiivi , ,y KoUert J tUUUS, USSlStllllt manager amounts of the fruit every day. The I means. All of the crossings were grude f the Snlcm Fruit I'nion One cur of! o Theatre VIENNA, Aug. 11 After defeating a detachment of Russian eossacks, who lost 400 killed and wounded, Austrian troops occupied Miechow, Russian Pe .land, ten miles from the frontier. The I Austrian loss was about 150. i SUGAR PRICES SOAR; CANDIES WILL FOLLOW j(j )(c )( )Jt s(t s(c )(c )c )(t jt ft sfc )(t s)c crop yield, while said to be average throughout the county, dues not allow a very long run. However, the tanneries nrn Inking what they can get. j By getting your suit of Mosher, tho tailor, you save from $.1 to .'J0 and ; keep your money in Salem. His new full pi.tterns are here now and you should see them. 344 Mate. crossings either logging roads. for countv roads i Miss Oertrude Corey, who is one ofi Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting l!10 ''"I"1"". , ;'t'-ctions at glasses correctly. U. 8. bank building !ho "ml '"'I ,'0"H", l' lo'V",,e 1 ' 6 3 " uumiiug nilve rPturne, from a week s vacation; ' spent in tho countrv near West Wood-i A Ucenso was issued by the county 1 burn. Milking the cows morning nnd; clerk today for the marriage of Floyd j evening was one of the stunts that! IK Ingram, a rortland clerk, and Gert-i Indue, I to or peaches has been shipped already thisj i week and it is expected that nt least , , . ? ,, . three more will be sent out before ti;t- Tine goods free delivery, Prompt set- s urJnV- T1,01e nr(1 25 ,.,,, Rrow. vice. ( npital ( octumery, phone 22WI. prs in le vidllitv of SlU!m wh) ,. I v.j- . .... either packing peaches for shipment I The hearing of the petition of the or prepBring 4 mi,uillg. Thc ,ir..eo(ll. nterurlmn lelephone com,,any of Sd- ' , b , ' fruit unioh is work verton for an increase iu rates will be . 1 . . , . . held in Silverton tomorrow bv the Hail , !lt l'"80" .and aMe ;.0 road commissioners. The coinpnnv asks f.or sl"l'ent in tive hour,, for a general increase of approximately. T1,e r'l"'''"K V van be stayed for LM .-.nits venr nn ita i.hnn... in tl.'o several days and the fruit held if ne-1 citv. Tho increase in wages which must vessary until shipping facilities are be paid to employees is given as the : provided. It is expected that the first reason for nsking'tho increase in rates. l'"1' l,f npples will be shipped this week. 0 i 0 TODAY Wednesday and Thursday. Third Episode "The Million Dollar Mystery" FOR SALE Cheap, steel range and Opal heater and other household ar ! ticlrs. 010 North Fourteenth; phono 2-"-'i. WANTED To rent, house, furnished or partly, from 6 to 12 months; fam ily of four. Address B. H. S., Capital Journal. TO TRAPE for automobile, ford pre ferred, 10 acres grapetrmt lanu iu Manatee county, Florida. G. i ., Journal. FOR SALE Choice family Jersey cow, freshened in July; six per cent mitk tod; very gentle. 351 North Twenty first street. LI BERTY-ROSEDALE fruitmcn. O.vt hay and oat nnd vetch hay for sulo. Down hill haul. K. Tcarcy, Fvt 3, phone ;K1P-11. rudo E. Madison, of Silverton, 0 Dr. Utter, dentist, phone 606, Salem Bank of Commerce building. 0 Neal Littler, of Salom, stopped iu Albany yesterday on his way homo from the tall timber where he has been fish ing and hunting the past few days. Albany Herald. Try Scott's l&o meals. Tonight at Ye Liberty theater mem- Urging upon the pnpils who graduat- while nwav the hours and bers of the Moose lodge and their' en ironi tno r.ignt.i graces in .nine me , limke the vacation davs full of keen i "ends will be given an opportunity to au is.ioiiuy 01 attemung n nign scnooi memories. A thoroughly en jovable woek I ee in moving pictures the work that 'to complete their education, S. S. Dun-; is what both the voung women declare''" ,'iS carried on nt "Mooseheart," :"'". county scliool superintendent of they spent. " Ithe home maintained bv the order. A ! Vamhill county, has issued a circular! 0 j thousand feet of film will be shown, in ' wlli,h is "'"t to all of the Eighth grade j Mosher. the tailor, is offorinir vonr , addition to tho regular proimim. and I graduates of the county. The letter re-1 choice of his latest fnll patterns in every Moose should not fail to sec it. suits nt from $." to $-'() less thau thej 0 regular price. 344 State. Mrs. Frank Humphries who was in- o .jured a few lays ago in a collision Fred Schindler, who conducts a sec: with a Yew Park street car at the cor- oml tiiind shop 011 Center street near the, "or or winter and onu street, is re steel bridge, was arrested vesterdav on I ported by Or. Van Winkle to bp recov In "TRIUMPH OF MIND" three parts. A powerful drama based on mental psychology. On account of the fact that the I'nited States has no merchant marine flying the Stars and Stripes it is prob able that the price of pies, cakes, all kinds of confectionery, nnd ice cream will take it .jump soon. This will be due to tho war in Europe, which has ex tended to every part ot the world where European ships sail. The situation has begun to affect Salem in many ways. Now it is the price of sugar and flour that has jumped while delivery of sugar has been greatly curtailed. Several bakeries in Salem that secure their sugar for making pastries through the Allen i Lewis com pany in Portland, have been unable to secure any of the needed sweetness al though quantities were ordered la-t week. It is not known whether the supply iu Portland has been exhausted or whether the company is holding for higher prices. This situation is brought about by the I'nited States having no merchant marine so that the raw sugar can be brought from the island possessions j this country for refining in bottom fly ing the American flags. If curg.ies sail ships carrying either of tlu flags FOR SALE Peaches; fine quality Crawfords for canning. Louis Lach miind Fruit Ranch, Kaiser Bottom. Phone 29-F-3. Delivery. FOR SALE Two four-step cone pulleys 12-16 inch diameter; 16 feet l',j imu shafting and hangers, almost new; cheap if taken quickly. Inquire J. It. M., Journal office. FOR KENT Furnished five-room cot tage with full basement. Gas in kitchen, range in basement, furnace, electric lights, etc. lit! South Four teenth street. Owner at home. W ANTED Evergreen blackberries at Hunt Brothers Company canneiy, Front and Division streets; 20 por pound delivered at cannery; cratea and boxes furnished. Hunt Brotbas Company. THE BEST buy in the valley; SlVj A. farm on the famous Howell Prairie, 75 A. under cultivation; good build ings; rich deep black loam soil; good water; beautiful view. Now is tho time to buy while crops are growing. Reason for selling got to go enet. Will sacrifice. Trice $140 per acre. See my agents, Beehtcl & Eynon, 347 State. and counts the vacation iovs and the spirit '.""4 "?-HW''" ' tney woum i,e sun- ot idleness that follows the state ex-' ' ,,al,tnr'' "'tiseahcn nminutioii but s,ivs that now that sun. i "HER FRIEND THE BANDIT"' . ' P'r" that "' F' f0"- mer is nenrlv over the pupils should be- . I ?,v "T t",i," 8 .J?'''1, ,hw !n ..nnJi.i... n, nJ;i.;i;v ni. A Kevstone comedv. Another hore ""tly as a result to the lemor.il- tending some suitable high school. Mr, ' Duncan nlso calls attention to the school ; big laugh. O. D. Bauch, court reporter and pub-' a charge of violating the saiiitarv regn-i ering rapidly nnd will leave the hospital 1 fir to be held in McMinnville on Sep-, lie stenographer, who was for some time! Iiitions. lie was taken before th,. po- today. Mrs. Humphries' home is in tlieltember 23, 21, 25 and 2(1, nt which uear-i a resident of this city but now ninkes lice judge and pleaded not guilty as he Waldo Hills about 10 miles east of this ly $2,000 in prizes will be distributed his home in Salem, was in Albany for ; declared he did what the health of fieer I ''' She will remain for a few rtaysMo the pupils of the comity who exhibit, j iation of oeeau traffic. It wmil l be ! a Ivisenble, accordingly, to lay in a sup ply of ice cream cones, cookies, pics, etc. the week end visiting friends and look- j told him to do. The complaint w as ing .after business matters. Albany i filed by Dr. O. B. Miles and served bv Herald. Deputy Health Officer J. D. Hnrtwel'l. 0 I The case was continued for further in- Co to Dr. Stone's for trusses. i vestigution. 0 0 Holes In ths pavement on East Stats i Attention, United Artisans! The street are being filled with bithulithie i Artisans and families will hold theirl by the paving company and it ia expect ed that wheu the work ia completed that riding over that stretch of street will be "a heap sight" more comfort able than it haa been in the past. 0 The Salem Fruit Evaporating com pany will receive drying apples after August 11. Phone l0. Good price paid. annual picnic at the fairgrounds Wed-1 Ivatt - Martin, who went over to tiesday afternoon and eveninir, A 11 sunt i Newport about ten days ago by mi- itn. wupper at 7 p. ni. t ome with enine full baskets and have a good time. A. L Pearson, a former resident of Taeoma and Hcllingham, and of Salem, I Oregon, was in Eugene on his way to ' Marshfield and Florence. To start a business college and architectural with friends in this eitv before leav-! their handiwork. ing for her home. In the collision she I 0 j sustnined a scalp wound, a broken' Tha imposition of a life sentence upon 1 shoulder bone and a few bruises. All 'Roy Carroll, convicted of murder in the are practically healed but the fracture j second degree for the killing of Marshal ! which is reported to be healing without . Zoller, of Gervais, was again postponed; any indications of a permanent in iurv. until Saturday uimn the motion of the I defendant s council. Attorney Smith ' stated that he had evidence which had recently come to his notice which would materially influence Judgment in this case. He asked for a little more time to investigate the evidence. It is ru-i mored that in refutation of the dying' declaration introduced by the state that; Mr. oiler's little daughter said that: her father stated before he died that ' Carroll was not the man who shot him.J in companv with Miss Castro, Mrs. Ella Watt and Mrs. Peterson, re turned to Siilem yesterday evening. The return trip required 12 hours. He had numerous and sundry tire troubles. The two front tires blew out and then he patched them. The JJieat of the day was so great that the cement used to COMING FRIDAY and SATURDAY War Is Hell The Greatest Picture of the Age in Five Reels Depicting the method of war fare as it now is being carried on in Europe. Sc 10c ! : ' .- 1- -.- -- -,- -,- -- I BASEBALL TODAY R. i.. E. 0 rt 4 2 7 2 and O'Neill; American. First game Cleveland Chicago Mitchell. Collanioore Wolfgang and Meyer. Federal. First game Brook lyu Chicago Scaton and I .a ml; llon.lrix and Woe!-. First game K. H. P. Baltimore '. .! 11 4 Indianapolis 7 11 2 Ouinn and .Incklitsch; Kaiserliiii! Raridan. National. E. H. fi. (liu-aso 2 ') 2 Brooklyn 3 1 Humphreys. Vaughn and Bresiuhan; Kagon and Miller. R. H. -R. Pittsburg 4 P) 0 Philadelphia 5 12 1 ; O 'Toole and Gibson; Alexanler and, ! Killifer. 1 J;. ri. 1;. I St. Louis - 3 4 2 .New ork 1 Ponk, Griner and Snyder; Mathew- son. Demaree and Meyers. (Called end fifth, wet grounds.') R. H. E. Cincinnati 0 !) 0 Boston 0 0 'Jt Ames and Clark; Tyler and Gowdy. Thirteen innings: called: darkness. R H. E. AUSTRIA 2 S fit 0 3 2 DECLARES WAR ON MONTENEOEO Washington, Aug. 11. Secretary of State Bryan was officially advised thisi afternoon that Austria declared war against Montenegro August 9.