The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 193, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 12, 1914 Page: 1 of 4
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1 HE MIAN DAILY EAGLE
VOL XXIX. No. 193.
BRYAN TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1i 1914.
rRICE: I4.C0 Pr Ytar
GRAVE' ANXIETY IS FELT
FOR MORE EGGS
Feed Cooked Meat Scraps
f. Recommend by Experiment Stations and leading poultry
raisers for economical growth and egg production. May
be fed separately or mixed with wet or dry feed.
I IARDY NEWTON'S MARKET
GERMANS WILL TAKE
FORTS WITH SIEGE GUNS
The Late Mrs. Woodrow Wilson
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Copyright by Murtnu.
The Inat wish of the Inte Mrs. Woo I row Wilson wife of the president of
the l' tilted Plate win Hint the private White limine phyilolnn should take
jood care of her bimliand. Her very lust tlwnlit and word were for the
president whose own health hud lieei- xuliJecttM to severe strain by the
arduous duties of bin otllre. Another dvlng wish of Mr. Wilson was that i n-
gress would do away with tho alum of Washington and this will be done
The nation extendi-d It deep syinimthy to tint president and hla daughters In
their keen bereavement. Mr. Wilson furea the pressing perplexities of the
hour with the knowledge that the country feels for blui aud huuora blin
IrrenpectlTo of political altlllntlona.
North Sea Reopened to Traffic German Boat
Sunk With Own Mine Western Atlantic
Clear of German Warships German. Gen
eral Says He Will Take Liege Forts Without
Loss of Man German Army Advancing
Through Heart of Belgium French Keep
Vosgcs Passes and Maintain Army Twenty
Miles Through Alsace.
We respectfully solliclt your
Account for this month
OUR GOODS ARE FRESH PRICES LOW SERVICE
PHONE 64 PHONE 78
(tly Aivlatl rreas.)
London England Ann- 12. The
North Sea It la announced haa been
generally reopened to traffic.
(fly Amwrlntrd rress.)
London England Aug. 12 The
Pope is grief stricken at the war. He
alts listless and silent for hours dally.
Crave anxiety la felt for his condition.
(By Annotated Press
London England Aug. 12. A Co
penhagen dispatch to the Mall aays:
A German torpedo boat deatroyer was
sunk August S from a reported boiler
explosion. It really sank when it
came In contact with a German mine.
Civilians were ordered to leave Svea-
borg and Helaingfors Finland pend-
ing the expected German bombardment.
German Army Through Belgium.
my AtiuM-lited I'ri.)
Brussels Belgium Aug. 12. The
German army la today being detached
from Its present position before Liege
and la advancing through the heart of
Belgium. The main body of German
cavalry la making a forward move-
ment all along the front of the allied
armies. The Germans evacuated Fort
1-onndon near Liege yesterday and
th Belgians reocrupled It. A German
aeroplane flew 2000 feet above Brua-
selx today. Civic guards fired shots
which fell short
I Br Avltl Prewl
Amsterdam Holland Aug. 12. The
Germane are auccessfully building a
bridge over the Mtuse river near
Liege for the advance of siege guns.
tflT A.xvlnl.d tvw1
New York Aug. 12. The British of-
ficially announce that the Western At-
lantic Ocean la clear of German war-
French Occupy Twenty Mile Alsace.
(fly Auorlattd Vm1
"Tarls France Aug. 12. The French
Foreign MTtTlMer aaya: "A line be-
tween Tbann twenty-two miles south-
west of Colmnr. Alsace and Altklrk
the first position occupied by the
French In the Invasion of Alsace Is
held today by our army. This line
runs sllgt-.tly In the rear of Muel-
hausen. Our troops have kept Vosges
passes and dominate the heights of
AlKae. Small unimportant engage-
ments occurred along the whole line
where the French and German armies
are facing each other from Belfort.
ounosite southernmost Alsace to
I I.Iege. Belgium. In these positions the
German View of Liege Situation. . fa BU)eror to
London?" EnltanT Au7' 12.-Tl.e the German cavalry while the French
German version of the Liege situation artillery la splendidly served."
la General Steln'a official statement j " "
denying the loss of 20.00Q men but Terrific Cannonading by Germane
not estimating the dead. General J Br Aotitd Piwl
Stein says that only a small number i I.ondon. England. Aug. 12. Dutch
of Germane attacked the Liege forts dispatches report terrific cannonading
masking the movements of the main today near Tongres. north of Liege.
German army and that the Belgian where were reported two divisions of
forces were numerically superior to German cavalry with artillery. Bel-
the Germans. General Stein says that glum anticipating German attack to
the Liege forts were not taken because cross Holland has requested Holland
he wished to avoid unnecessary loss to state her Intentions on neutrality
of German lives but they will be cap- Paris reports Montenegrans'occupylng
tured without the loss of a man when Tarabosh overlooking Scutari Al-
the heavy siege guns arrive.
banla. A Rotterdam dispatch says the
(German crown prince was not In
Liege fighting though bla regiment
was in Belgium.
MOON BROS. BUGGIES
have a reputation for
lasting years after
other makes have
gone to the scrap heap
If you pay Moon Bros
prices be sure you get
a Moon Bros. Buggy.
We are showing some
entirely new ' styles
Cash or credit we of-
fer you the best to be
Cossacks Exterminate Auatrian
tBy Associated Preatl
I London England Aug. 12. Rome
dispatches say that Cossacks caught
an Austrian cavalry brigade In a
' marsh exterminating It. Jt Is also
1 announced that two German Infantry
regiments were annihilated by the
' French at Muelhausen.
WODDMEN OF WORLD
RALLY IN EAST
Mount Pleasant Brothers Will
deavor to Increase Strength
In Their Territory.
By Associates Press)
Mount Pleasant Tex. Aug. 12. The
Woodmen of the World rally which
was postponed here In July began to
day. It will last two days. The July
dates were set back on account of
heavy harvest work in Northeast
Texas. Initiation ot & big class of
new members was on the program
The object ot the rally was to Increase
TRY US WITH AN ORDER
OUR MERCHANDISE IS
GLEAN AND FRESH
Our Service Will Please You
WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS
FOR PICNICS AND LUNCHES
Who's Who In Europe's War
Photo by American Preaa Aaaoclatioo.
ILL1AM IU German emperor baa been called the war lord of Europe.
At the outbreak of the war between Austria and Serria be at once
erred notice that Germany would back Austria.. This ultimatum tent
peace ambassadors scurrying all over Europe to prevent what it was agreed
wonld be the most terrible conflict in the history of tbe world.
Everything In Staple and Fancy
Your Trade Will be Appreciated
Fresh Goods Prompt Delivery and Courteous Treatment
. TWO PHONES.
tion ot Texas.
the Woodmen's strength in this sec
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 193, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 12, 1914, newspaper, August 12, 1914; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth324818/m1/1/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .