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NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1914.
16 PAGkES
PRICE ONE GETtT.
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est
AUSTRIAN ARMY
PRICES TAKE 1 SLUMP
AS EUROPEAN
Call Money Up to 6 Per Cent.,
but There's Plenty to
jib, Be Had-
fc9,000,000 FOR ABROAD.
Great Excitement on 'Change
as 1,000,000 Shares Pass
in Three Hours.
The New York Stock Exchange
to day again wn the only opsn
market for the sale of securl
tlea.in tha world.
Prices of Amorloan atoeka and
bonds alumpad haavily thla after
noon and wara at tha lowait fig
uroa In many yaara. Forolgnora
eontlnuod to dump tholr holding
on this markat and bsar apeoula
tors halpod tha slump.
All govammsnt banka in Eu
ros advanesd discount rates.
European barms oontlnued to
purchase Amsrlan gold, 19,000,
000 having been ordered for to
morrow's shipment.
The foreign exchange market In
Now York was so thoroughly de
moralised by war uncertainties
that no open bustnsss waa done.
It wss praotlcally impossible to
purchase bills of exohange.
Wheat prices rose extraordi
narily on the Chicago Board of
Trade. On tha other hand, cot
ton and coffee prices went down
aa lew levels.
Specie payment haa been prae
tteally suspendsd by French
RUSH TO SELL STOCKS HERE
EVENING WORLD RACE CHART
YONKERS, N. Y., THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1914.
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banks. Qotd is diffioult to obtain
In Berlin. In most of Europe gold
was quoted at a premium.
Call money In New York rose
to 6 per cent. Large banka made
nensrous loans ts prevent any fi
nancial difficulties.
Tho fourth day of the European
war panic that han demoralised tho
financial markets of the world pro
duced tho heaviest declines yet ex
perlenced on tho New York Stock
Exchange. There continued the
dumping of American securities held
for foreign account, renewed pur
chases of gold for shipment abroad
and complete demoralization of the
foreign exchango market.
Whllo tho battlefields for armed
forces are In Europe, the battlefield
of world finance Is here in New York.
It centred on the floor of the Stock
Exchange, whero there was pande
monium of excitement ail the day,
while tremendous transactions In
stocks and bonds, were being carried
on. More than a million shares of
stock were aold in three hours.
Approbenilve lest tho cdntlnued
strain of European pressure on the
world's one open market, coupled with
the demoralizing fluctuations of prices
might upset the balance, quiet roas
suranco was given this afternoon
that unlimited resources were ready
to maintain tho prestige of American
Inunco and save this country from
the half paralysed condition of Euro
pean nations.
Prom tho Standard Oil Building
came one of those mysterious Intima
tions thatlargo sums of money could
be had on call at prevailing rates.
Tho Nutlonal City liank put out sev
eral millions. There waa no formal
meeting of bankers like In times of
money panic, because no situation
yet exists which neoda special sup
port. Wall stroot la still mooting
(Continued on Second Page.)
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CHANCE IN SLUG
NAP PITCHER IN
Five Hits and Bases on Balls
Yield Cluster of Seven
Runs.
FIRST GAME.
HIGHLANDERS
R. H.PO
A.
9
I
0
0
b
4
i
4
I
E.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
Boone, 2b 0
Hartzel'.lf I
Cook, rf 0
Cree, cf 0
Mullen, lb I
Pecklnpsugb.ss ... 1
Sweeney, c 0
Mtlscl,3b 0
Cojc.p 0
1 4
i 6
0
Totals 3
10 39 13 I
, CLEVELAND.
R. H.PO.
Graney, If 0 1 1
Turner, 2b 0 0 2
A.
0
6
0
0
0
3
0
4
3
0
Jackton.cl.. .
I
1
0
0
0
u
0
0
Chapman, aa. ,
Klrke, rf
Pezold, 3b.. . .
Johnston, lb.
O'Neill, c
Morton, p. ..,
Lajole
2
0
0
I
0
0
Totals 2 7 30 18 I
Lajole batted (or Morton In 10th.
Firm llano on UalU Off Cole, 2;
off Morton, 6. Btruck Out Hy Cole,
2: by Morton, C. f.cft on Uase
Highlanders. 9; Cleveland, 3. Three
liuiii) Hit Jackson. Two-llano IlltH
Qnaney, Cree. Sacrttlce Httu Mul
len. Perzold. Cole. Hartzell. Htolen
Hoses Chapman, recklnpaufth. Ilurt-
iell, Mullen, uouuie flays tiartzell
to Sweeney. Wild ritoh Cole. Urn
plres Evans and Epan. Attendunco
600.
CLKVELAND, O., July 30. Klnn
Cole had a little more stamina than
Guy Morton and that telln the story
ot the Yankees' S to 2 triumph over
the Naps In ten Inning. HorUell's
atnaie and steal and Cree'a double
turned the trick.
SECOND GAME.
BATTING ORDER.
New York.
Downe, Id.
Hartzell, If.
Cook, rf,
Cleveland.
Oraney, If.
Turner, 2b.
Jackson, cf.
Chapman, as.
Klrkc, rf.
l'ezultl, 3b.
.lohnxton, lb,
O'Neill, c.
Cree, cf.
Mullen, Ih.
Pecktnputnh, ss.
Nunamuker, c,
Matsel, 3b.
Warhop, p.
Coumbi. p.
Umpires Emn and Evans, Attend
ance 1,000.
CLKVKIaAND, O., July 30. Jnck
Warhop was Kent aftor the Naps In
the second game of tho double lilll,
Mo wa opposed by Coumbe.
FIH8T INNINO Turner tossed out
liooiin. Hartzell walked. Cook lined
to Chapman, who doubled up Hart
zell. nt ilrst. NO IWNK.
(Iruney out, lloono to Mullen. Turn
er Blimlrd to centre, Jurkson walkedi
Chapman doubled to left, scorliiK
Turner and sendlni; Jarkmiii to third,
Klrke slnRled to left, srortiiR Jackson
and Chapman. I'toh rcplaceil Warhop.
Klrko took second on Pleh's wild
throw to first. I'ezold walked. nonni
tossed out Johnston, Klrke taklni,'
third Rnd llezold second. O'Neill
lined to Peck. THIIKB HUNS.
SBCOND INNINO. Cren filed to
Jackson. Mullen was safe whon
Johnston dropped I'pzoM'a throw.
Peck lined to Klrke. Nunamaker
tiled to Oraney. NO HUNS.
Honnp threw Coumhe out. Oraney
wMVted, Turner out, Hoone to Mullen.
Omney irolng-to second. Jaekson dli-di
the same way NO ItUNH.
THIIin INNINO Matflol tripled
to left. Pleh doubled to rlifht.
r-nrlnir Malsel. Iloone alnir ed to
rlirht, Pleh nolnn to third, Hurt
zel! walked, fllllnK tho husns.
C'onlt stnKled to rlcht, scnrlnR 1'liih.
Hoone moved to third ind llartsnll to
rirond on the thrown In. Cnm wa
hit hy h pitched ball, fnrrlnif In
Hijone with the tylnc run. This win
the end of Coumhe. Hteen rniaue.l
him, Mullfn walked, fcrctnn In
Hartzell with a run. I'eck trliilnl,
Hcorlnit (.'nok, free mid Mullen,
Nunamuker filed to (Iruney, On
MuImTm lleldcr'n choice I'nck whs nut
at the plale, Turner to O'Neill. Maine!
stole wvond, I'ieli fanned, -BEVKN
fclarta.1.
3.. -. . .
THE THIRD INNING
NATIONAL. LEAGUE
AT NEW YORK
GIANTS
0 0 0
0 0 0
CINCINNATI
0 0 0 0 0 0
o o
Ituttcrlcs
and JoluiHon..
Ami's iiml Clink: Mntho'.vsoii u ml Mi'.vei I'ninlrfs Hyron
AT UnOOKMN
BROOKLYN
0 0 0 1 0 0 0
PITTSBURGH
O ' 4 O
10
lllttcrlex Cooper iiml Cllinon;
Umpires Klem mid I'msllr.
AM ERIC AIM LEAGUE
AT UMiVKLAND
FIRST GAME.
HIGHLANDERS WIN
o
o
o
o
O O 2 0 0 0 0
CLEVELAND
o 2 00000
H.ilterlcs Colo and Hwccnoy;
SECOND QAMC.
HIGHLANDERS
O O 7 O SI tH -
CLEVELAND
3 o 0 o a Bi
Unllorlrn Wurhop, I'ioli and Nuniiinukr; Coumuc, Kteon and O'Nell,
Uniplrra Kriui 11 ml Ilvanii.
FEDERAL
AT UnOOKLVN
FIRST QAME.
BROOKLYNS LOSE
00000020
ST. LOUIS
o
1
30001013
Hatterles Ornotn nnd Simon; Keaton, Chapped, Juul nnd Ijtnd
pircs Ynnrilcklo nnd Anilerxon,
8ECOND QAME.
BROOKLYN
OlOOO
ST. LOUIS
2
O
O 2
0 0
Batteries Crnndall and Hlmon;
alckle und Anderson.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
AT PHILADELPHIA.
KI1U.T (JAMB.
CHICAGO
000 12000000 03
PHILADELPHIA
100000 1 1000 14
ItattorleB Uavcndor and Dresr.a.
han; Alexander and Dooln. Umplrei
RlKler und Hart.
ailCAGO-
10 2
PHILADaPHIA-
0 0 0
Hatterles Vauiflin and riresnahati!
Tllxey und Kllllfer. UinplroH Hart
and RlKler.
AT BOSTON.
ST. L0UIS-
0 10 0
0 0 0 0 0- - 1
BOSTON
0 0 1 0 0 0 0
0 12
natterles Oalner nnd Snyder; Ty
ler und Whullnu. Umpires Kamin
U'K"'' .
AMERICAN LEAGUE,
RWICniURni LCHUUC
riPTPnlT
J DETROIT,
WAblllNuTON
2 0 -DETROIT
0 0
Huderles llarjiei und .VltiHniith;
(Jnviiliwkl und llakiir. Uuwilres
O'lxiiiidillii unil Hliiirldnii.
AT CHICAGO.
BOSTON
2 0 0 0
CinCAGO-
oooo-
2 l-m
IS DRIVEN
LOSE
0 0
o
2 -
0 11
- r n
Allen, Drown,
Ktiziiinti nud Miller.
1 -
o - 2
Umplrna Kvana
Mortiyi nnil O'nolll,
LEAGUE
2
9
irm-
0 -
Klnneran and Owens,
Umpire
-Van.
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
rilWT fJAMK
AT BUFFALO.
CH1CA0O
oooioooio a
BurrALo-
21000000 3
flatteries Ktsk and Wilson: Ford
and Hlalr. Umplraa Cusack and Mo.
Cormlck.
CHICAGO )
4 0 0 0
BUFFALO
0 0 0 2
Jla-tterles line and nionk; An
demon and I,uvlsrnn. l!m,,ir r.
aaek and MoCormlck.
AT PITTSBURGH.
KANSAS citv-
0 0 0 4
0 0 0 0 0-4
P1TTSDURGII
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 02
Ilattnries Adams and KflKteily!
Dlckaon and Herry. Umpires Hien-
nuu und Hhutmcin.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
AT ST. LOUIS.
, AII1UTICS
I . 0
ST. L0UIS-
0
HiittMriiis llrrMsler ,ui.l lipi
.Irunes and Aanew. Umitrw Ulneen
und Uoiiuiiilf.
SI'MlaKIt MKA TRIM.
R.rmtxda n.ra, ilM au4 u.arl: UtUar toun.
HNUIUMI l-1.t, 1 Ulllllll MSIMBS lUlf,
tl'l ,11 ui'r. ht. Jia biura. u) n4 i.p.MJi
ur)iii "Ob Cimntrv T.iura," (A iliri. SivA.
j.r,ufaii ana lira i THIS
WKVUX
USUI), WOU.D aUll.O-
GIANTS SHUT OUT
BY HERZOG'S REDS,
AMES
PITCHING
McGraw's Champions, With
Matty in the Box, Mumbled
by Cincinnati Team.
NEW YORK.
R. H.PO.
A.
I
4
0
0
s
0
I
4
3
0
Descher, el 0 0
Doyle, 2b 0 0
Bums, If 0 0
Robertson, rl 0 2
Fletcher, m 0 0
Merkla. IS 0 0
( Mayer, c 0 I
Stock, 3b 0 2
Mathawson, p 0 I
Murray 0 0
Totala.. 0 27 IB 3
Murray batted for Fletcher In Stli.
CINCINNATI.
R. H.PO. A. e.
Daniels, rl I I 0 0 0
Hereof, sa 0 2 I S I
Twombly, If 0 0 0 1 0
Nto8,at: 0 0 13 0
Gf-sMfc 0 13 4 0
Moras, c! 0 10 0 0
MoUwIts, lb 0 0 IS 2 0
CUrka.e I I 7 2 I
Amea,p 0 0 0 1 0
Totala 2 6 27 18 2
RU1TMABT:
Htruck Out 4Jy Mathnwn on 4,
Amen 4. Ift on noana Olnnl.i 4,
ClnclnnaU i. Twn-Hue Hit Clnrk.
Baerlflci Hit Mnthew son. Htolen
Daaeo Moran, Kletohar, Diuilnlt,
Double Playn Htock to Meyers to
Doyle to Klethpnr. Hetcher to Doylo
to Merkle. WUd Pltohea Ames. Hit
im.i... nu a .i,..,
U a I I I num i inw.nui
Uraplrea Hymn and Jnlmson. At- 1
tenaa.net) ,ooo.
FIVE GIANTS CHASED
IN NINTH INNING.
( Johnaon aent Don! In to the club
house, and then followed It up hy
sending MrOraw to the urn plnou.
' Doyla waa out, Oroh to Mollwlts.
Doyle waa alao azpelled to kicking.
I Detrher had a word to aay and wa
' also erpelled, Hnodirasa pulled his
nose in derision and wbji ulso ex
pell!. Hums aafa whaa lleraog let
his bounder to thronfh him. Knb
ertanci atnfled oft NtehnfTa m1iI.ii,
Hums coin to seoond. Murray
batted for Fletcher nnd fouled out
to Clarke. Merkla wan called out on
strikes. NO ItUNH.
( aHal V Th las WM.)
POIX) OlIOUNDH, NKW YORK.
July .10. The Iteds grit a dreury duj
for their opnnlnc itKalnst the (Hants
(Continued on Hporttuif l'ne.)
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE.
AT ROCHESTER.
BALTIMOHU
0 0 0 0 0 0 1
ROCHESTER
2 0 0 1 2 0 0
Hatterles Jurmiin
Kfefo and Williams.
unit
Mt Avej ;
AT MONTREAL.
NEWARK
0 0 0 1 0 0 0
MONTREAL
0 0 0 1 0 0 0
IliUteriuH Hmtth and ll khiuv,
Cualilun and Madden,
I
AT TORONTO.
rllUIT OAUN
JEKSEY CITV
' o o 1 ii I o o ;i 5
TORONTO
! 0 1 lill 3 il II 0 7
llatttiiles (illhert and Hoyuulds,
llerliert and Kelly.
HHi.'llM' liWII.'.
JtiKbbY CITY
2 0
TORONTO
0 2'
nattcrlcs Huir aua l' lor; John
ea aa KrltcattlL '
Kaiser's Note Gave
four Hours to Stop Mobilization pfew
His Armies Russia Replies Thm
the Mobilization
to be Stopped.
X3;i f ilanafnl KTn- 1?- "KTJ &.
Dangerous Owing to Strain Be-h
tween Germany and Russia -H
England Prepares Her Fleets tcM
Be Ready to Strike France See
No Hope of Peace.
LONDON, July 30.
the preliminary struggle
were reported by the Servian Legation here to-day,
They are regarded by Servian strategists as imj
tant because they indicate
on the part of Austria to
After an unsuccessful
Servian troops and artillery at Semendria on the '
. l m.
UUIUM) iwoniy iiuibb cast, ui ueigrauc, uiv Aua ':-
trians renewed hostilities to-day, seeking to invade r$
C : - - .nt.. akxrl nlna,la. ... L..
jerria hl a. a an a. uiaia, aura
a .L Hi AT d:
Way OT i-iic iTiurava tuvcr
The Servian forces not
again to-day but forced
to their position on the
Long distance artillery fighting is being carried on
iKa1.
uiore,
A telegram to the Servian Legation announces,
the defeat of an Austrian force which attempted
to cross from blavonia
the southwest of Belgrade.
day battle in which artillery was used. x ;
Alt fYirrlm niiolls at the blr German 'schools wer informal t i )
day that tliey must leivc (iermauy immediately. A number of EnglMi
students left last night nd arrived in London to-day. f
Oar wjio eaaie freaa Hoaan oa the Klilae said that betncea
dial ten a and Calopie the train In which ha was trarelllor aatsei
elicht trains loaded with (JerauB soldiers ifolnr towari,1, Vne tYeach
frontier.. The bridges and all the llaes were closely iruarded, and
laleuse eicltemeat prevailed In all the towns la tha district where
It wa understood the schools
hospitals.
Tho Austro-Hunpirlan force invading Servia totals 500,000 men,
according to a newspaper despatch Irom Koine. Of these, 150,000 are
operating Irom Seinlin, opixisite Belgrade, the Servian" capital, 100,000
from Svornlk, on tlie River Drina, in Hosni.i; I5o,ooo from Sarajevo, the
KAISER GIVES THE CZAR
24 HOURS TO BACK DOWN1
IIKItl.l.V, .lulj 8(. -A nolo ilipalclinl by the (icrman (loterumeit
to St. ri'li4-iliurK tlilx miirnlni; trlu'N Huxhlit twt'Uty.four hours to ex
lilalu Iter Inlenliinis with rrirard lo molillliatlon.
In diplomatic iuurters It mas stated that the note to Kim la aske
three ui'hUons-tli olijert of llu- molillliatloa, nhether It wan directed
ukuIiikI Austria-II uiiKary, and v lift her Itussia was wllllug to order a
MtoiUKt' of the luolillliutloii.
In (lie mi-autiuie all iirt'iiarulurj ordrrs fur molilllxutlon of Use
lirriuau hiui) luro Nviicil. All llu uiUccrn were mailed and no leave
Is to ho rallied. The railroad liattalioui hute keen irheu special orders.
II U suiil I. rami IMikr Hr licit of llrsie, lirotlirr u( llmpress Kllta
Im'IIi Kcmliiriniia of ltuhla. wu Mnt
Iiiirif In. da) in a lust emlcator to arrauire for peace.
"TOO LATE!" IS RUSSIA'S REPLY.
ST. I'M ! KHSrR;, Jul) UO.-Orilers for linsstan oniliiliiatloM haw
Kiinc loo far lo lie stoiied now, us llir answer mudc to-day hy Mia
liter of Fnreltfii A flairs Sasoiioff to a inieit hy the (ieraian Anilmssador
waruln-! the concentration ol the t'xar's forces SazoaoN declared tha,
liiiibllliallon whs oaly partial.
BAC1
the Czar Twenty-..,
Has Gone Too Faf
n5?
Two Servian victories k
between Austria and
the failure of attent
cross the Servian borderJ
attack yesterday on
. f D.i i at. a
f- ,vu awv .aa3 bwuiiuj tSf
.. - II
vaiicy
only resisted successfully
the Austrians to fall back;
north bank of the river
into aervia at Losnitza to 31
This, also, was a second, m
were to be oaaiarted Into aUlltary
4
bj Knijicrur W illiam to St. I'elers..
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