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PRICE ONE CENT.
Copyright. 1IM4, hj The Vnnn fublUulag
C. (The New Toric World).
NEW YORK, MONDAY, JULY 27, 1914.
12 PAGES
PRICE ONE CENT.
RAISE CRY IN PARLIAMENT
FOR HANGING OF OFFICER
OF DUBLIN RIOT TROOPS
Home Rulers Arc Bitter Against
Major Whose Men Shot
People Down.
ALSO POLICE OFFICIAL.
Sub-Chief Blamed for Calling
Out Scots Attack on Sol
diers in Barracks.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
AT BOSTON.
CHICAGO-
00002010 03
BOSTON-
20001002 5
Unttorlofi Chenc). I'lerce and
ilicHiuilian; Jnmcs. tti.ilolph and
Uuwdy. Umpires Hyron iiml Orth.
CLEARY WAIVES
HEARING AND IS
HELD FOR MURDER
Friends Crowd Around Politi
cal Boss at Brief Arraign
ment in Town Hall.
DEFENSE IS OUTLINED.
AT PHILADELPHIA.
nu.1T luiit.
ST. LOUIS
40002002 19
PHILADELPHIA
10010002 04
Hatterlcs Doak, Jacobs and Sny
der; Tlncup anil KUIlfcr. Umpire
Kloin ami Hmsllc.
HF.00NI1 fiiiiE.
ST. LOUIS
000000 0
PHILADELPHIA
1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hnttorles Orlner and Snyder:
Mayor and Uonln. Umpires Klom
nml KiiihIIo.
Lawyer Says Slayer Did Not
Know of Marriage When
He Killed Boy.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
AT CLEVELAND.
B0STON-
1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 03
CLEVELAND
00000000 00
Hattcrler Leonard and Cnrrlgan;
Stern and O'Neill. t.'mplros Kvnns
and Kgun.
LONDON. -Inly 27. Premier As
qultli. ho heard of the fighting In
Dublin whllo he w:w sinylng at his
country home. Immediately proceeded
t Ignition by motor car and arrived
hero early in the day. the Premier
in .iIbii Secrotury for War. he Imme
diately took el irge of affairs at tho
War Oltlce.
Information lis to tho "shocking oc-
currencu In Dublin yostorday," nH
John B. Uedmond, too irmn National,
lit leader, put It, wan ilenmndod Im
mediately after tho opening of tho
session of tho llouso of Commons to
day. Mr. Uedmond was ho dlss.'itis-
Isfled with tho meagre. Information
given him that hn moved tho ad
journment of tho llotisu in order to
dobatn tho matter.
AURUBtlno lllrroll. Chief Secretary
for Ireland, throw tho blame for
yesterday's conflict botw.-on the
troops and tho public on thn assist
ant pollco commissioner, who ho mid
had requisitioned tho military entl.-.
ly on his own responsibility. Tho of
ficial consequently had been suspend
ed whllo nn Inquiry was made.
"HE OUGHT TO BE HANGED!"
CRY IN PARLIAMENT.
Tho Nationalist members shouted.
"He ought to bo banned!"
Tho matter will bo debated In thCj
House to-night.
Mr. Hlrrell said the mnjor tn com
mand of tho detachment of thei
Queen's Own Scottish Hordori'M had
dontcd that he guvu orders to tire oil i
the people.
William Redmond Ho ouaht to be
hanged! 1 Mattel les Mnicke and
Lord Robert Cecil The Ministers , Verlmul and Stephens.
ought to be hanged!
..I .11 I I llw. ....1.1 l.nKHllA AV.
irreu s..... ..." r. n ''" XEWARK
nsperaieu hii.-i ni.n .-
received scvero Injuries. Tho otllenrs
AT
ATHLETICS
3 2 0
DETROIT -0
0 1
DETROIT.
1
I Mntterles Pennock and IjiPp: Pu
i Inn-, I'avet and Maker. L'mplros
O'Louiralln and Sheridan,
AT ST.
WASHINGTON
3
ST. LOUIS-3
LOUIS.
INT2RNATI0NAL LEAGUE.
AT HL'rFALO.
JHRSPY CTV
0 0 2 0 3
PUFFAl.O
0 13 2 0
Reynold
AT TORONTO.
1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0
stopped tho llrliiK Immediately, but TORONTO
three porsons had ah i-ady been killed 00020000 0-
and thirty-two Injured. Ho added that j luttl.0HMattern and Hccklnuer
tbero would bo a full Inquiry Immo-1 ,((ltllnou n,i Kelly.
AT MONTREAL.
BALTIMORE
0 0 0 0 0
MONTREAL
2 0 0 0 1
Hatterlcs Jameson, Davidson nnd
MeAvoy; McOravey and Hawley,
dlatoly.
Joseph Dovlln, Nationalist Member j
for West Meltast, called attention to
the fact that Ulster I'nlonlst Volun-,
teers had been allowed to inarch 1
through tho strceti of Helfast cany
Inc their rifles.
DUMLIN, Ireland, July 27. The City
of Dublin and tho greater part of
Cathollo Ireland was to-day In a state
of the greatest cxcltemont over yea
terday'n conflict between tho regular
(Continued on Klfth Page.)
.
BURGLARS SMOTHER
SIX-MONTHS-OLD BABY
Stuff Blanket End Into Child's
Mouth When He Screamed md
Leave Him Dad Gag Mother.
CHICAGO, July 27 Three burglars
early to-day (.mothered to death a
elx-months" old baby boy and left
his mother, Mrs. Mary Iteoae, a wlt
' nees to the crime, bound and Bugs'"!
beside tho tiny corpse for three hours
until hor husband got home.
Tho burglars stulfcd a blanket end
down tho baby's throat when be
AT ROCHESTER.
PROVIDENCE
1 0 1 0 0 0 0
ROCHESTER
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hatterles Schultz and Kocher
Hughes and Williams.
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
AT PITTSBURGH.
KANSAS CITY
0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
P1TTSBURGH-
00000010 01
Matterlos t'ullop and Kasterly
Margnr and Ilnnry. l mplres Hron
nan nnd Shannon.
AT BUFFALO,
CHICAGO-
0 0 1 0 1 0 0
BUFFALO
2000400
natteries Lange and Wilson;
Anderson and ,Lavlgne. Umpire
jacuonsicK mar
NATIONAL. LEAGUE
AT NEW YORK
GIANTS LOSE
OOOOlOOOO-l
PITTSBURGH
0003 OOOO- 31
flatteries Harmon and Gibson: Mnrquard, Wlltse and Meyers. Umpltes
Kason nnd Qtilgley. !
. ,
AT BROOKLYN
BROOKLYN
O O O O 3 a
CINCINNATI
o 3 o o o ra ra
Batteries Henton and Clark: Brown, Kn.mnn. Altchlson and McCarty.
Jmptres Itklor and Hart.
H
AMERICAN LEAGUE
William V. Cleary, Town Clerk of
Havorstraw, who shot and killed
Kugeno Nowman, his elhteen-year-
old son-in-law, last Thursday, was
brought Into Haverstraw from tbe
Itockland County Jail at New City at
10 n clock to-day and arraigned for
examination beforo Justice of the
eaie McCubn. Frank Comeskjr of
Haverstraw, and Oeorge Wyre of
Nyack, counsel for Cleary, waived
examination In his behalf and newai
recommitted to Jail on tho charge of
murdor,. preferred by Dlttrlat-Attor-
ney Gagan on Thursday afternoon.
There will be no further action tn
the case until the Grand J dry meets
n Septembor. Mr. Comeaky suld to
day that the dofonse will bo tempor
ary Insanity brought on by Informa
tion which reached Cleary that his
daughter, Anna, was In a delicate
condition. Mr. Comesky contends
that Cleary did not know until after
tho murder that Newman had mar
ried his daughter In Wuohawken, N.
, on July 18.
Nearly everybody In HaTorstraw
had assomhlod In or around the Town
Hall when Cleary, In the custody of
Shorlff Serven arrived from New
City. Every man, woman and child
In tho crowd knew Cleary nnd many
of them wore under obligations to
him, ho huvlng carried out lr, his
career ns a political boss tho methods
employed In this city by Dig Tim
Sullivan, Tom Foley and other Taw
many loaders.
Cleary was very nervous. As soon
ns hn saw a company of photograph
nrs awaiting bin arrival he put his
straw hat over his faco and thus hid
ing IiIk countenance he walked from
thn automobile Into the building. Halt
a dozen of his friends gathered around
and Interposed thslr bodies between
him and tlm photographers. Cleary
spoko to no one.
rho courtroom of Justice of the
Pence McL'abn is In the Town Hall
adjoining thn Town Clerk's office, In
which Cleary shot eighteen-year-old
Kugeuo Nowman. On his way to the
courtroom Cleary passed the door of
his office, and when he sat down
alongside the Judge he was within
thirty feet of the spot where he shot
down his son-in-law four days ago.
"If Your Honor pleases," said Mr,
Comesky, In opening the proceeding,
we waive examination and consent
to holding the defendant to await the
ctlon of tho Grand J ury on tho charge
as It now stands."
'That Is satisfactory," said the DIs
triot-Attoruey.
This ended the arraignment. Cleary
went out aa ho had arrived, with his
hat before his face and was soon back
In the New City Jail.
Hatterles Caldwell and Nunamnkrr: Russell, Lathrop
Umpires Chill and Sheridan.
FEDERAL. LEAGUE
AT IMOOKMrp-
o o
WILSON TO TAKE THE STUMP
President Plans Active Part In rail
Campaign.
WASHINGTON. July tf.-Presldent
Wilson Is laying plans for an active part
In the fall campaign, Candidates
several Stntes have urged the President
to help them, and while he has given
no definite reply, they are counting on
him to make several speeches.
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
PIRATES LAND
ON MARQUARD FOR
AT CHICAGO
o
o
HIGHLANDERS
3 o i o a
CHICAGO
o o o o rn
ind
0
a
Hchnlk.
CLUSTEROF THREE
Four Hits in Fourth Round
Gave Pittsburgh Lead Giants
Couldn't Overcome.
SERVIANS
HN
WAR
NEW YORK.
R. H. PO.
BROOKLYN
O O O 2 0
ST.IX5UIS
0 0 0
0 o o
flatteries Kouppcr and Chapman; Somern and Land.
Syokle and Anderson.
Umpires Van
EVENING WORLD RACE CHART
YONKERS, N. Y MONDAY, JULY 27, 1914.
Fourteenth Dr of Umnlra.CHr Jockey rinlt Meeting. Weather
Clear. Track Fast.
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Merkle, lb 0
Meyers, c 0
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Marquard, p 0
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PITTSBURG.
n.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
111.
DYNAW IE
BRIDGE
A
BATTLE IS REPORTED
Austria, Determined to Humble the
Serb Nation, Mobilizes Her Army
and Is Ready to Cross Danube
arid Take Belgrade.
SERVIAN MINISTER QUITS
THE AUSTRIAN CAPITAL
R. H. PO. A. E.
Mentor, rf 1 0 2 0 0
Carey, II 13 3 10
Mowrey;3b 0 2 110
Wagner, s 0 I 5 3 0
Kelly, cf 0 I 5 0 0
Konfctehy, lb 0 0 8 ' 0 0
McCarthy, 2b 0 0 I 3 0
Gibson, c 0 2 2 1 0
Harmon, p I I 0 2 0
Totals 3 10 27 II 0
HUMMAHV:
First Hose on Halls Off Mnrqnnrd
2. Harmon 1, WlltHn 1. Htruck Out
fly Marquard 1, Harmon 1. Left on
IldAea Giants 7, ll'ttsburgh 8. Two
liase Hits Meyers, Carey (2) Doyle.
Sacrifice HltiiJ-Kelly, Harmon. Wag
ner. Htolen allies Fletcher. Wild
I'ltches Uitltte (2). UinplreH ICnson
and Qutglry. Attendance d.000.
(Sprrltl to Tli Kirnluf World,)
POLO OltOUNDS, NHW YOItK.
July 27. Just liefora tho game with
Pittsburgh this afternoon Manager
McGraw announced that ho had
signed S. W. Itnyre, tho young Ham-
(Continued on Hportlug Pago.)
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20,000,000 TROOPS. 250,000 SAILORS
MAY BE ENGAGED IN GREAT WAR
Peace Army.
Austria 31)0,000
Ocrmaoy 870,000
Italy 250,000
Bulgaria 60,600
War Army. Naval Teasels. Bailor.
Total
Probable ally.
2,000,000
6,200,000
1.200,000
38P.00O
8,780,000
114
8
171
17,181
"MJU
SUM
1,570,600
Ileserve of 110.000 men.
Peace Army. War Army
Russia 1.U90.000
610 W,4f
Prance ,
Great Drltaln.
Servla
Roumanla ...
720,000
264,600
32,000
BC.O00
2.391.B00
6,600,000
4,000,000
730,000
240,000
600,000
Naval Vessels. Sailors.
220
419
669
6I.4W
60,611
10,970,000 108
180,114
Total
Probable ally. "Naval reserve of 26,200 men.
Germany has an aerial corps operating over five bundrod aeroplane
and dlrtglulos; Russia has 380 air machtnos; Austria has about 119,
while Italy hat 200, with men trained In tho field In tbe war with Tur
key. The number In use by tho British Is 130. Tbe French army ana
navy has 7S0.
WARBURG TO TESTIFY.
AT BALTIMORE.
1NDIANAPOLIS-
0 0 0 0 0
BALTIMORE
0 0 0 0 1
Batteries Falkenburg and Taster;
ulnn and JackllUch. Umpire
OMlttl. , . , . .
O'Gorniati Expects Banker to Ap
pear Be Coaarmrd.
WABHINQTON, July K.-flenator
O'Cormsn. returning to Washington to
day after several conferences with
flsnktr Warburg at White Sulphur
Springs, W. Va., espressed the belief
to-day that the New Tork banker would
appear before the committee and that
jrnilneitoUjertleral Risem
BOYD CONVICTION UPHELD.
TRENTON, N. J July 2T. The h'u
preme Court to-day In an opinion af
firmed the conviction of Fred ti. floyd.
In the Pssaalc County Court on two In
dictments for unlawfully and wilfully
advocating and Inciting the destruction
of private property during the course of
the silk mill workers' strike
Bovd was Indicted under
or lros. wmcn
at Paterson.
thn statute
provides that any ner-
ron who. In nubile or Drlrato. try stMeeh
or otherwise advocates or encourages
th unlawful burning or destruction of
property shall be guilty of high mis-
Crash Occurs at Cortlandt Street,
but No On !d
Injured.
Hnverul thousand persons Jammed
the corner of Hroadwiiy and CJort
Inmlt street at 2.30 o'clock this after
noon n-lien two hose, wagons, rushing
to a fire ulnrm fit Crdar street anil
Trinity place, co''ldod. Oreat excite-
inent prevailed, for It seemed Unit it
nuinbr of pedeftrlitus had been 1
down ami killed.
llosH wagons Nos, 4 nnd 32 stdr
swiped us they turned Into crowded
Cortlandt street. Thero won a crash
and the iron pole on the. sidewalk nt
the southwest corner, carrying tho
street sign, bent under tho pressure.
Thero was a wild scramblo of people
to get out of the danger cone and It
was remarkable thst no one was hurt.
Neither piece of apparatus was
damuged and none of the firemen wai
thrown from his place, floth the
wagons continued to Cedar street and
1 Trinity place, but the trip was un
I necessary, for It was a false alarm,
, It Is believed workmen In tho new
, subway on Trinity plnco accidentally
tampered with the wire and an
alarm was sounded tn the United
Stutcs Realty flulldlng. An ambu
lance call was sent to the Hudson
fltreet Hospital, but It was not
needed.
STEAMSHIPS DUE TO-DAY.
Stephen, Barbed
9 A.M.
ant" Anna, "alarm ....... .18 M.
Servian troops to-day blew up the railroad bridge
over the Save River at Semlin.
An engagement is reported near the mouth of tht
Temes River, east of Belgrade.
Confirmation was received to-day that Servians firtd
the first shot of the war. They attacked vessels
on the Danube River that were filled .with
Austrian infantry.
Jevanovitch, Servian Minister to Austria-Hungary,
left for Belgrade to-day.
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Office accuses Servia of dishonesty in its reply to
the demands of the dual monarchy. jt
A nionatrh to WaBhincton From St. Petershurcr Savi i
War Is Almost Inevitable.
A Special Newspaper Dispatch From Copenhagen
To-Day Says Several of the Russian Harbors
on the Baltic Sea Have Been Mined.
It Is Reported From Cetinje That Montenegro Has
Ordered the Mobilization of Her Army in Sup
port of Servia.
Kaiser Wilhelm, in Conference with Crown Prince
and Cabinet Ministers at Potsdam, Is Believed
by Many to Be the Sole Hope of Averting War.
President Poincare of France Has Cut Short His
Visits to European Rulers and Is Hurrying Back
to Paris.
Sir Edward Grey, British Foreign Secretary, has
brought about a conference between himself
and the representatives of Germany, France and
Italy, now in England, to take steps to avert a
war.
Servia Destroys Bridge
to Halt Austrian
VIENNA, July 27.-
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