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witness again to the pessimism of financial interests. There were
seven failures in London and two in Glasgow, and a rtse in the discount rate of the Bank of England is expected today. In the face of what so calm a minded statesman as Viscount Voiley called in the House of Lords last night "the possibility of I \a?-t catastrophe."' the politician* and the press have become sobered to an extent this country has never before known. Net a won] inciting to international or domestic hostilities ?.ornes from .u*y quarter. The most bitter anti-German papers speak of Ger? many in terms of respect and friendship The Right Hon James Henry Pa'nel. presiding at a great Lib?rai meeting last night, in which lush Laboutes participated and which was originalb? calied to stiften the back of the govern? ment on Home Rule, said : "The threat of civil war in Ireland has been greatly magni bed. It has a greater bearing on the present foreign situation than the British public has any conception of." The Earl of Plymouth, addressing the meeting, said it was the duty of all Conservatives to support Sir Edward Grey and snow a united Great Britain. Premier Aaquith referred to ?he in loniaUoraal ? tuatioa in the House ol ? omtaons, bul s ' lh? information that contained in > > ..rd". Ile sa ,.! : "Th?- ? s at ? moment erne grs ly, and 1 can oniy use sa) ; ? . I ?*>-. : . i-\ et > ,'.?', * ?* . i then, in -**pl) eged ? A ?????gram from Pr< ? ei Pad . . -i 1 on? non ?-cf? -ters a forms: complaint . '?? Austrian sttacki on Servian . Dann ?e. 11 "The Austro !?',.r?r?i> nu m litary mnd . Ihroughou) the on July 20, v? thoul th? slightest , ?t on 'rom ?.-.i! side, and dam? ? of our -,!.? ig ? sels ?' . ; -, en the Danube, 1 "he Servian i d dorn n ?* i replaced - Austrian color?, "here ve.i. ,. i .< i ssualties." ? ? us transact . lurance The rat? ipled ?s compared * :t'n those AUSTRIA GIVES PLEDGE TO ALLAY RUSSIAN ANXIETY , r Vienna. July : ? rsations ti?een Austria and Russia ate contu rj. but inforn f.on n>*ri<v. regard ng theii progre The ? ? ;. V . anee i agreed thai aftei the Auiir;?:; ?nuliti operat;??ns aga si Servia tue co stod Ihere mus? '??? tir: itor char-fc? in the Balkans. Austria 1 that there *.? ill he no perms potion < Servi! from Gs ? ? d Italy to I s same effect. oped here that lh* tr pie p tens af the territori atus <u?o hi the Balkans ??ill all? ? ? this ] ? Ser.isn Tarlic? Forecasted. : t, eived her> .a* ? of the Si man arm ? - g ra? ; ?grcss, but is st ? on of treop sei ays, bul ' ? ? ? strengt' ?f toa the Bean ? I be Ri? er Lum, when rontier touches Bosn*a. - ? hai been estai ? ? the M ?*.? . ? -<?r*ed t< ? .. resistance t \. trian occupatio of B Igrade, but snt : d, will ... ? I ...... Sei ana at 1 ? * ng ?the Rive Bave he? \ ? ? ? ' Belg ' Austria stationed at Somlin, in *?? ,*K t. oi ?tor-? on the be, ' red on the Servian positions ? ?* engace m err -? ?' ? ?Servian Mesmer? Captared. \ rtachmenl ? eers, in ? ? ?? ion witl -? ? - officers. o Ser an tior and mines. ? re\ ? nue guard i.after nrp encounter, overean s I i Servian crews and took p??-.-esMon o' the veseels and ;h<:- dangerous ci irocv The raptun ere tow away by one of Ihe Danube stcanic All s?.r??ans liable to miltary s? vice rei ling \ tria-Hungary t . arrested and handed over io t u- priao lers of un*-. The Russian Ambassador 'o Austr ::- a* y eonferred t o - ?1 ? y ??? 1.??up?lo ?ron Berchtold, Austro-Hu . l | liniater, bul ti u ??-.???? i- only f Ihe purpose of obta ,. ornn .' o? ? ? ihe reported intention of Rui t di iaral o.i of ncutralit* ? ea Austria-Hungary ' ou'd vor.ounce tl of territorial expansion. When the Brit ih "imbaasadoi hei Count ?-on Berchtold yeate' iibmil the med ;.' on propon ? ? forward by F r F Iward Gi British Foreign Secretary, he wai forme?! that th? good inter, t ion? o ?,re?t Hr tain ???re appreciated, b'j thai " ??? '?.??i been de i ;ady. Emperor Francis ,)c??rnh will retun to Vienna Ivorn Ischl tO-mOITOW, .. : ma) then ko to Budapest in order to b? nearer the ?cene 01 action, Popula ?nth?j?'8>!n ia ""rowing since the I'm peror'? manifesto, and J-Htriotic demon ..'.,'. all over tin count ; Runs on th? sat ngl bank? Lre dimii -. -inns;. ? Pupa'che?. received here dated War? saw, P?-?1?-?.;. report that several pow. ?lei- p-inca7:-.e?? exploded in that t? e Monday ?svd thai >evera! bomb ex ma occurred in the principal poM offiee, many persons br;;,^ killed or led. Another telepram *a??i the ent re citadel of Warsaw was blown up and that aemi-officlal cxplanationi* declar??. the explosion to have been caused by lightning. TI ?? dispatch stated there ? ?.-- o ttuth in the report ?hat a revo? lution had broken ou* amon?; the Rua? nan Pole?. The ? al spirit in t?;?? Austrian tap* - hourly inerea* ? g. The ?tree*.. * ienna to-night were erowded with enthusiastic processions, singing and hing, and traflic in the lrai'im*,' thoroughfares was almost brought to a standstill. The patriotic demonstra? tions to day surpa ? < , ne? enl a-.?! fervor anything witnessed within ?-.??-n ory. PARIS LAYS IN STORES IN ANTICIPATION OF WAR 29. Nota * . ' Ihe | (ht called 1 i itionary !al"'f organi at ion ?;???' g| -en-, bl? ?i cd to rush the coidoi.? of poli? ? ? . nter the meeting pine iier?e scrimmages ensueii and - ? re arrest I ranee continues quietly to prcnat e troops oi he active arm ntn ? .- ? ar th \ tar) guard hs i t'm d in 1 | .- flour im'.ls a* i oi ??eil, near I'arii-, winch ;n the event, o O? i r by ih.r arm? the I Paris aie laying i arg? locks of flour at. 1 th? i ?- i ? ? to pr? ?rent all possibil * ? ? :. ? erve store o*" 16,00 ? i* Denarti r I ? ? over the man; Km and 1 Pi ? I' ? ? : ' ' . * Aid' ??':' * 1 ,1 II- tht . ,. ? ? :r ? ii< . \ I the '.inning (>f the in? \n \ppeal In Ihr Pre*.?. ? gov? nment mad? an appeal *o ?' and ? ar< fully .o . g it. I P" et urn to Paris I I rom hu t to Russia wa? I feeling by some thou I men belonging to the Maurice Hsi rei ii presid i< .1 at the ? |1 "' a- I ." eel. d 'hi.- Pre?, dent on hi arrival. They then iortncd column aim matched behind the V*. identV ?arriage to the Palace of Elys?e, immense crowds cheering them a? the** ?.vent by. army, the President and the French Republic were all cheered en? . iastieally by the people. Windows ; the route ?ere crowded with women, ??ho ?-bowcred flowers into the Presiden? carriage i? - It packed. ?idol] ? V* my, Minister of War, to day visited the military wireless ?ta ? ? 11 E ttm] Tower aiui ordered the ?taff to be doublet], the officers to remain on duti I ight an?l ??ay. "Le Temp?" sayi Russia wat offi? cially informed about half na..t twelve .?m th.it V: iti a-Hungary vo.'io roapocl the terr.tonal Integrity ?. ia, and " iahci evi n to ah ta in from ? CCrupying Belgrade, ? tic Servian ?.? the foreign ode?, however, a pw -, am of tha general situation : :.k the only < ? : ai'it.i ?j war is tiiat Austria i- d?termination .-.?.d unity of views of Ruaaia, Great n ?,? d Frai ? , s ? ..? sha mod ' ? attitude toward Ser ? <?flic-.?'- argued that Ruaaia could not oc? ipation of Servian ter ? to . as that would be the beginning "i ' ? ' ? ?- of the Miiall Balkan geographically close to P.u-.?ia tioBJ of \:?*?sal?? of the (?er niMi < powers, and the same *\ould np Rusi a permitted a punitive ex? pedition. It was pointed ??ut th; ? ' thiv ,-a-i- Servia ai.?l the other ?tale?? ?i Southeaatern Kurope would one by fall into the Teutonic system. However, *t was contended that a* long ? ere ?a- no actual fighting there ??a?, ?till a chance that Germany might ;. olution acceptable to all the power. PARTIAL MOBILIZATION OF GERMAN ARMY BEGINS ? ? It ?> ?.flinally admit ation of lh?i .?i? aim\ i?* now taking place in !'? usi ??. but the public? ? i . rmitti il ?. rii..-.i ;. intimated to l.u-*;a at lie . v.iv.t: o'" the en**!- that fctiv ? \ ? ? * R . a- lK'up ,. pu] ,..? ? ?! i,. ?i tration of Germs ?> ? *?' ? a' con feren? e < lh< ? Oll r.? hagun h?r< early ?hi?, evening and ? until a lut? hour tO? \\ ??? *i i* adjourni .1 it ??us ?u ed that ii>.thing conoerning the conference or ?i? reeralti arrived a". ! I" maiie publie to-night. It is lindcrMo'.'l that the aoaferr? Aliad, in addition 'o Mr eon Beth .- ? '.* Imp? rial ? "hancellor, Gottlieb ?mi Jagew, the Foreign Min 'St*** \ |l --pits. Minister of ' and o::' .? ' n. Krnprror's aid? * command II ? an army. Toe , | ! tel? grai the Kait T ?i .| th? Ctg at 1 laugj t-kawju ??.jitun.nt :?m: .*, a* I trian occupation of Belgrade would net ' ..* ;. caaui belli -.*<ie regarded developments in diplomatic . ' rel?s hete to*day, bul warning?? won ???I .n authoritative quarters against accepting th news as conclu? siva ev??fence tha' the clearing of the cloud? is within hailing distance. The me? ni'?- of the eaaper-irs croaaod each other on the ?ires, -..?A ?ru?- it would .?|ipe?r j?s if tlir K?n ? r and tlie Caar bad decided to take the tep at ' he some marnent. Greater in.nortanr.- atta? i< to the continuance of the conversation? be? ??. i?ri the ".ustrian and the Russian repri sentatlvea. The chief ?ju">tioii do? bated nota ii bo? fur Au>tr.a intends Dg her military occupation. N?j detailed statement of Auatria'i plans mi thai i? ?ici' has '.?t bc?n made, bul hi ... i-tood in militar] circle- h*>re ? a i. tria s ? In a double action, inva'lving a lar* r army,under ? potion i ailing ?"-? n -t ..?id Hei .um;,, und?r General Ermoly, ating against Montenegro, General ? lorff d"<?-' ng both. 'i he lutcntiun to eecdttCV militai *> u*) TV I'!.S OF Kl KOPKAN I IITKRS WHO MAN (LASH IN IVAB Lowet lf*lt hand picture, German infantry. Lower right H*nd Upper picture shows Russian infantry being reviewed By the C/ar. picture, Servian aailora in Austrian navy, who may desert to thrir country s forces. eratior .- i Montei gro prise, '?? of Austria's statement that no t< ? : itorial <?? nanaion is sought a*.'! t haa nol \ ? any way. Mea; vhi ', of! I ?m simp';,' reiten ? Rus t ian ? pi of p? ace - . ? av? impn ?ion i ? re at pie?*-..'- tl " hi p thai the Gei man people v ?11 maintain an attitude of n ?;* nifird calm. Berlin Soei.-ilut- *,eii**e. Socialist anti war demonstrate] ? offer unpleasant complicatio - ' i hundreds in sinall groups have Pene? trated* into the untre of Berlin .-' ?ng ?Down with war!" and no protest? have be? n heard ev? ;? to individual out? cries of charact? < The belief * general, however, thai if Germany must fight, *;?" whole Fatherlei d v ill uppoi ? ?ser and the army without party h s! i T'ie Kgiser has indicated hit deep in? terest in th? movements of 'hi- .*? iats '";? lis ing special reports thereon senl te the nalacc until midnight. Th? poiiee. under special orders, behaved, 'vilh exceptional tact all day, despite] the difficulties "t the situation. Private reports from the Russian frontier ?ev distinct indications of Russian activity have h>'en n? ti.cie. The Russian regiments, which ha e been moving forward to. occupy such important strategic point* on the frontier as Wirballen, Russian Pols hfive been served With 350 round; of ammunition a man, while bust;, n chases of forage have been made for the cavalry. The French Embassy professes to have assurances from tito Herman co erament that uermany would tin' re trai'l i? l.'" sian mobilisation ?m the Austrian 'ron r as ai absolute es : belli ???-?ur.-iticr-. received, perhaps, since Emperor William's return home. Bui the situation undoubtedly is bad. nnd the pessimism of the bankers a,id the publ'c justified. While Cue Reicht hank to-day decided to leave its m*" unchanged, this decision is heij<-??*ed to have i" * --i intended solely to avoid fut ther alarm and n vate advance is fully ?xpected before the end of the week. Now i.iT'i'in Uniforma, A riuniher of Herman regiments have been moved toward the Frontier ss ?\ precautions***-" measure. The men wear ihe new graj service uniforms nnd carry Iheir Held equipment. The German < rown Pi ote grr red at Potsdam lo?day, an?! u family rounc ' wag afterward held in the New P The l.mperor and Empress, the I rown Prince and the other prinees of the imperial family were prisent. Th?y confei red for an hcur. Socialist anti-war liemon.'rations in Stuttgart to-day led to such ?eriou col i ions between ihe msnife tani and ihe police that the authoriti? called out the troops to cope with th" diiturbances. The district where mo* of the foreign legations ar- situated was surrounded bv police guard , who were attacked ??:th volleys of stone by the people. "ONLY A MIRACLE CAN AVERT WAR" ? aallaaad frogs gage I pron oted to da) te tito rank of off In M'i'l" h r ihem the Emperor said: "I b* * given ?"di rs that you should be incorporated in the navy in view Ihe ii Ion i ' nti through which R lia is ps ng. During oui ei rice s officers ? ? - ? not forget what I ??ay to you trust in <?od and have \h.:h ,n the glorj and greatn?-.-: of our mighty country. The me.ritime bureau In?*? announced the closing of additional light", bull-, in the Baltic and Hlaek *.ea' . By arder of the Emperor the en? Igreemen 1 of t'< legi>iati\e resolution i* *? rting the aecjuisitiog of renl es t?te by eompani? i, and also restricting the inclusion of Jews on directorate?, ha* been temporarily suspended At <i(le;-<.i nutriotic pr-ocesslons marched through the streets t" da) ? i?* tl '? pi rirait- of Emperor Nich? olas and th? Ik im??? of Sir? m and Man U negro and herring foi Servia, 1- ranci ni d ? ?ri ..t Un'am. \nnlher of Ihoae luiin? lied Anl ??lorien b? Hugh l'endetter, "Suffrage in Ihe ?i ukon. ' in Ihr nc*.t faMlsj) Maga'ine ol Ihe Tribuni REFORT DEADLOCK IN NEGOTIATIONS Austro - Russian Tension Grot* s?Francis Joseph Addresses Czar. , iy ?'si I? to "h? Ti ?! an* ! Petersburg, July 29. 1 he Austrian negotiations ha-- r* ed :ui impasse and are 11 k * * 1 y to be i. ' ? i off ; ' ai y minute by new-; '. Au ? rian in* a ion of Sei - vi i .i ?patch from Belgrade to daj ' ti.?' city had be? n bom bi led and the bridge over the Save bio ..? regarded as notification by Austria to Ruaaia that an agreement must be reached without further <i?? bi\ ..;? ih" invaaion of Servia will be? gin, regardless o; the consequences M? u rhila Russia's military prepara? lions continue with unabated activity, ? ?th tha object of gaining time on mobilization while the diplomatic negol al ions are being pi olo . . rei approximately a fort lo ger for mobilization ? : an Austria or Germany does, und e*.-ery di .. ?*:..*.' -i is of incalculable value. '1 i >? big hitch in the peace ment comes over the question of the At triai occupation of Servian terri? tory. 1 he firsl proposal made by Rua* .??a m the course of the conversations now proceeding waa tha' Austria def? r actual hostilities for the purpose of i. Servia another chance ?if mak? tog honorable amend* li,?.ii. thua acknowledged lhal Servia was culpable and that reparation araa ?lue t?> the Dual Monarchy. Austria, however, rejected the pro no. ni and; declared lhal th? military opera! i be e mtinued until ad ??? chastisement waa adminiatered, i ? refusal was softened by the addi ? on that Austria would gladly accept the good offlees of other powers in set difieren? i Inch might - the eon? lusion of the mil - itary operations against Servia. To : ? i: -, i i ? plied in dip! ? ? .. to the effect that there would be a general mobilization of the Rus ,i.i.v if the Austrian troop?, oe? d Belgrade or invaded any por ie Servian territory. Austria' anawer \?ns a notification to Ihe powei that .-lie had no intent on o? permanently any pan of Senian terr tory. This i - unsat isfactory t<> Ii . - .... s the question <>f indemnity immedintel :.ri-'- . Austria r.n* ? i" ?.of dem? ndii g an ind ?mnit ? i .'ii. Sei ia '..? ? ' ? th? cosl of th ; un itiv? cpei I ..?? - .. nd ha - ?? presse t. purpose of occup* n g : or-'.- poi :?? ? ? ?,.. ten :?".- until i ich n demnit; :.- pan!. with rega'd to thi Russia take the view that as ?Sei ia is not in ? incial position to pay an indemnitj which would certainly amount to sev tral millions <?i ?I'l'rir-?. there woub be ?h-* obi lotis dangi r that the Kv i -i.-u; ?-. i pal in o >ei - territoi for ' i ? col led on ol the ? demnit; ? ; illy pe? mam ni. Bol I ? .1 and Ru to give waj on th? poii . ai d thus il i I . the negotiations rau t soon brei dowi Th?* ?'*?'(,'...e \ rem a" ?tat? l r ror Francis Jo m ph ha ? add ? i personal letter t?i ?he Czar which pre. have b considerable infioenc? in th< '.'?'.? 'i.i r o?' the c>-' SERVIAN FARMERS HURRY TO COLORS Women and Children from tlie Frontier Districts Sent to the Interior. ? fable <?> Th? Tin an? Cettinje, July ?"it. Reports reaching here from Servian districts rear the Hungarian frontier indicate ? feveriah ?rar activity on the pari of both aal? .: ers and peas mtrj, Farmei ? ai t- l..ir riedl? removing womci and children and th<?ir brlon*T?n?;< to the interior. so that the men can .ioui the colors on a moment'? notice. Travellers frequently encounter lo,,s columna of wagons traversing the country roads fron frontier villages, Two or three inlirn. old men are ?be only escort for man/ wives and youngsters of reservists who have hastened to join the army. Mobilization Is praceeding in a quiet aid orderly faahion, due to training in previous campaign?. Army headquar? ters a- well a?? the gov? rnmenl are now nt Nlsh. and movements of I r-,op ? re ported here indica!.al the Servians ?re planning to ?eupy n earefully atut extremely favorable line of defence -omit ol Belgrade, thu*? ?waiting ?n Austrian ntt?.. k on their ?i\* n ?/?"ou''?'. American Wife of Servian Diplomat to Enlist Nurses Mine. ( j r o ti i ? li Anxiously Awaita Word from Hut band in Bi-lgradr. London, July 29. Mme. Gi the American wife of the Serviar As? ? irj i,' Foreign Affairi, ., i . ouich, is ?? m it.*.i t.. -.i" ?? | to London to raise a carps oi vol'iu* ? teer su gi on ? and i irai for u*ar se: ? he imt ifled s l-ondon fi ien I t the Austi Ian had pn - vented ' * ? from crossing * he boi ' ?i ! er luisband in Belgrade. She ?vi ?it ? from Sils-Maria, Engadine, ?and : "I am wild with anxiety for Slavko, bul feel I ?i", really be of more us-* outsi'l ? in within them at :n present juncture. I' I itear that ; - bl, ? 'i ont I shall at once .return to Londoi to raise a corps of surgeons and nurses; otherwue I shall await instructions here fro*,*. Slavko At present Im* can cet r.o ? . ?. t h rough '.n : I, ; * ide, but I b< p ho will be able to reach me b? of Greece in a da) or t?o. Th? is terrible.'' Mme. Grouieh was formerly .?!?**? Main I G. Dunlap. of Clarl N\. Va., tl.e bom?* of "Stonewall" las ion, fi is a ? graduated nom the i niversity of Chicago and le. tured in .,f the Western states on a re hi?? ? .,? ? and art. I' SSI S lui'- a ? ' ttd ' ' in (?recce, m 1901, thai s'a* mo Grouieh, then Servian Charg? d'Affaire in Athens They ??ere nui'. ne,| in 1902 and subsequent!) trav riled thiough Russia and lived foi ci i ii real in M? Igradc and also n iCoiutaiiiinoiilc. lu r.'"j IL Grouieh rmee?mLmTZ. \ \| Ir.. I?.01 IClI. ??.a. appointed to 'he Servia** Legation in London \ ?'< ? months h?o he vai pioaaoted to hu ?vreaent post. WATCH AND WAIT, WILSON'S COURS Neutrality Proclamatk To Be Deferred Pending Developments. ? Fron TI - '." Ibui <* Bureau i Washington, July a!;?. Developmei In the war Situation in Europe are 1 ing watched with il.e keenest inter?? if not coi ???n, by President Wila? promptly furnished with all formation from the American dip tnatic representatives a' the Kurope capitals. This government, howev has asaumed no attitude other th that of aratehful waiting. Issuance of a formal proclamation neutralitj will be deferred by t United States pending developments the next few ?lay-. Secretary Br*jf said to-night that he had not ye?, giv consideration to the matter and t diaposition at the State Department to withhold action until it is kno* whether other European powers will drawn into the conflict. Eventually the proclamation will ' frame! unon tire document i ?<ued wh< Italy ;-n'i Turkey were at war in 101 Ii will prercribe strict neutrality a: vain American citizens that they ca lot expect protection from the I'nit? States government if they violate tl ir.teinational laws governing ?he co duct of neutrale. Diplomatic dispatches from Vient brought th? first ?vfileial neira to tl State Department of Auatria-Hungary ?I? ? ' .ration o( war. In making the ai I nouncement, however, Secretary Br**i Kai.l thai Ambassador Penfield had n< tranamitted to th<* department any fo mal announcement from the Austria Foreign l.'rtice that ;. ?.tute of war tl isted. "Very serious." is the way Secretar Bryan characterized the European siti Ution. Ills belief, he :<?id. ?sraa base upon advice-, received from America envoys, but he declined to make publi the na'ure of the dispatches, declarin that the fact, wer.* not received off dally from the involve?l powers. Th opinion ?hat the war would not mater ally affect busiaeas conditiona in th Tinted States, but probably woul stimulate business, was expressed b ' Secretary Redfield to-day. Such wi In prediction, made to the Whit llouse in rasponee to a query as to th probable effect of the European situ? ?.?on on this country. ?Secretary McAdoo also regarda wit little alarm the probable effect of th wot here, and beiievea, contrary to th fears of many oficiala and boaines men. that the United state-? ultimatel; Will profit by Kurope'? misfortune. Ii ! his opinion tin* miBgivings in som quarters attending fhe .*? portation o ?,old to Kurope are unfounded. WAR WOULD BRING B00i\ Commissioner Predicts Profr to Metal Industries. Employers In ?<jmc of the larj-e man afacturing trade*-, especially those ?ah? do an export buainei . said yehterdaj tiiat there araa litt!?* danger of indus trier- suffeinir: as k result of th< threatened general war in Kurope. Heno ' Hunter, rommiaaioner of th? National Metal li.it? Aaaociation, consisting of 1 ."?ou firms, cinploving .?iin.ooi) workers, engaged in making machinery, asserted laat evening: "While we would deplore Mich a war aa is threatened, we would have no f?'ar of it? reaults on American industrie?. ' War would necessarily ?ii.tuib all busi? ness m Europe, and a laigcr c?.;i?>rt trade in machinery from this country Mould follow, giving employaient to mar.y thousand* ol mechanics v. ho have been tluown idle through the business depression of the laat three or four yean. Ko one would want to see such a war, but if it comes it would have .? stimulating effect on the Indue* ? ry I have ment ion,*.I and manv other industn. : ,, United States. 12 Killed in Mine Disaster. ?a -el, Germany, July St. Twelve po'ssh minera ver?' blown to piece?; t?* day by the e.? plosion ?if eighty pounds ??I dynamite while ?hey wet** nkinK ? I .?liait in the Ki.ijau min?, act?! ln..'C. WAR TALK SCARES AMERICAN TOURISTS Rumblings of Approach ing Crisis Forced Many to Hurry Home. BIO (iKRMAN LINERS BRING LAROE LISTS Bookings for Europe at Local Offices Not Affected, Say Steamship Men. i -?easiness for friends whe remained n Europe was expressed by pai ?' per? of every oi t of foui /real ?ran? atlantie linen that came into port yes? terday. Mosl of the returning tout "? hesrd rumbles ef the approaching in? ternational crisis abroad before the-, embarked for America, an?! more than one admitted that the ?ar talk eaused ?hem to cut short their trip:-- and hurry lom" Thai was particularly true In the rase o? Americans who planned *o four Austria and the Haikan i th.:? sum? mer. OtHcers **>r the vessels, three of which f|p'.. tl,- German flan, ?..ere particularly impressed by the European crisis. The captains, as well as many officer? ol tneir ??tan'?'. ? re commissioned by the Gorman naval reaagve an?i me ?uhjec* to ? eall from their government a*, any lima, In the event of Germany declaring war probably not a venae! of the Ham burg-American Line or the North Ger? man Lloyd running between New York end Gorman ports would h<* able to turn a propel!" -, a*? there would DO no officer? to command. Among thi? pa-ni- igers on the \ a'er land, 'hat arrived yesterday, '?'?s Mar rus Hraun, nn Hungarian*Ameriean, president of the Hungarian Republican Hub in this city and affiliated edito? Holly with se* eral Hungarian publica? tion-? in th*? I'nitcd Mate?. "When I left. Vienna, ten days ago, 1 knew this situation was inevitable." Hraun said. "I though', than, bow? ever, that th? trouble would bo local, bu' now that Russia has taken a stand, which it looks gs though she would adhere to. I cannot see how Germany ?ill k?en out. War seems s c< "I but I believ? thai England and France Will keep 0U| o1" i Hraun denied that the Social il tie- af Germany, Austria and oi countries whieh threaten ?o be em? broiled were absolutely opposed to a conflict and would be largely Instru? mental in preventing war. The So? cialist-', i.i many instances, he said, ?wer?, the keenest* for a struggle. Captain Man.* Ruser of the Vaterland -.nd commodore of the Hamburg-Ameri can flei ? sn .! yeeterday thai he had heard nothing regarding the possibili? ties of his return to i;.rmany to take command of a vessel. Th'* fou eaptaina of Ihe Vaterland H. von Mai? bon. J. We? mar. Theodore Koch and R. h'arbiner as well as the second and third nffir'T?, are all naval reserve men. and in rase o;" war could command transports or natrol boat.-. Commo I ?lore Ru-er. if he ??.ere -summoned, might be placed i'i command of a Ciui er, ai his ability i> widely re?-og nizetj in the Gorman merchant marine servi?*. Steamship officials ?re e\peetir.f? the tide of returning tourt-ts to -?et i:-. uarlicr thnn ? i ?*- n a I this sea-on. Yes? terday was i'-e first that witnessed a i?rge entry o* travellers from abroad to this port, and in the next few weeks, unless the situation in Ktiropr- take.? 'on a more peaceful aspect, lescrva tions on homeward bound vessels will b" ?*? a premium. At the orhres of a'l ?he steam hip companies it was said yesterday that the war scare had not caused any fall? ing ol? in the bookings, nor hail pro? spective pa-sengers cancelled their p-tssagi ? e. cept in ?? fi a* cases. Tiio only nernons who stayed home because of the trouble, after making reser* n tions, ?...ere Wall Street men, who could not leave town because of the unset? tled sttite of the market. AUSTRIANS SAIL FOR HOME WITH SERBS Subjects of Warring Na tions Occupy Steerage of Same Liner. PROF. PUPIN SCORES DUAL MONARCHY Servian (,on?*iil General Lays Warne of All His Nation <, Troubles on Knemy. The ratpouring of men toward the ?i at of war has already begun. Mora our hundred Austrian i, II . garians and Sen,? arare -?eerag?* pas ? ?? !.. svoie y? iterday <??' ear ? of the ship said I irthy man were era their way to 'he lighting, '?n" group came from a < olorado mine. Inelu?i?sd la the throng ?vas a Montenegrin vi'ho was at tes regular. He frank'.;/ a I mitted he sranted to get in tl I I'h?* ?'.?, ilatas of both Austria-Hun gai . gnd ? i. ia ?? *-re Ailed ail da. men ?."cUing information and leering ir the rear. Raul Paulovieh, the consular seere? tary a* the Servian Legal en, said th?? ? ' '?' ng propo ? . ?'. the - .a oi ; be eld o iaturds h :,-. Aag i si I, al ? Central Opera House, 20? East ?7th st. Prof. M. I. Pupin, honorarj consul treneral for Ser \ ia, m d others will sp? sk, !* ofei oi Pu| ?? . rho "returned the night b"t'ore from his summer horn at Sor- terday replied to Dumba, o?* Austria-Hun ; li? ?ai<! : "An itrian ael - or * ? be come so unbearable lines i .???-??? ? . HereegO ?na were annexed, ?rat they : nail'.- drove the people I ? '.? ? ration. 1 he re-uit wa I Sarajevo tragedy, for which Au3fr:a i o". blames Ye kingdom of Servie the oernet ra'or.? are two Serb bo*> . barely nineteen, natives of Austria, ?rho lia?! experienced harsh treatment from the imperial government and arare finally expelled from Bo.-ma. Every "?erb in Mo?ement. "Yes, the*.* srere me,'.'.hers of the i ? Serb propaganda in Austria, but every Serb in Austria is a member of I propaganda. I am a member of it, ?' ? . this country inee mj boyhood. The more I ab-oi , the spirit of freedom vhirh breatl from the divine gospel of liberty con? tained in the American Constitution, the more ardent a member of the Pan Serb propaganda I become. "Never in the history of man bei ?? civilized government Iggued such sn arrogant a.-..I di-graceful ultimatum as ? : led to Servia. And the little kingdom, exhausted by th" t?vo terrible wars of the last two year?, bows dosrn and humbly accept? all bu" one of the harsh conditions imposed upon her by the Austrian bully, and meekly cug*"*c*?ts that this single impo? sible condition be submitted to the )'?\?;ue Tribunal, Au? tria kicks Sor':.? in the face and declares war." Russian? Want lo Kniist. Count Karolyi, leader of the inde? pendent party in the Hungarian Par? liament, sailed on La Savoie. "I bava been hoping and expecting." he .?-?-iid. "that ?"-??r would not come, bu' it acema that our country could stand no more from Servia without humt'ia tion. and the cri.-is means that Kader should be at home to lead. I have Called off all arrangement*? for ? meetings relating to our other affair; in America, and ail true Hungarians patrio's will from now on rally to the flag o.' the Dual Monarchy. Without wishing it. any way to disparage tl*. action o.' the Austro-Ilungarian gov? ernment in declaring war on Servia, ! iC'?l assured In saying that had my party been in power the political situ.? tion would not have become so delica'. as to caus? a call to arms for its solu? tion. But WC ate all patriot* and will rally to the fas:." EUROPEAN POWERS NOT READY FOR WAR Balkan Conflict Caused Big Drain on Their Financial Re? sources. Says Hemphill. Alexander ,1. Hemphill, ?, vesidcnt of the Guaranty Trust Company, which docs the large-U busine?? in foreig-i exchange of any banking institution i*i the United States, declared yesterday that the ?rrent Furopean power* ?aer.? financially unprepared fer a prolonged war. The strain ?ipon their resources caused by the Kalken conflict. Mr. Mvinphill said, would render such na? ttons aa France. Germany and Austri i unable to pay their debts in gold, and i they would be compel]?*?! to resort to the issuance of bat money. Bmphaeising the remarkable display of resistance effered by the local BtOCtf market to the heavy liquidation eauaed bv foreign celling. Mr. Hemphill yaid that tin* whole country should take off its hat lo Wall Street, for the way it has met the present situation. "The manner in which Monday's heavy liquidation was met," added th? banker, "has .shown thia to be one of 1 the greatest af the world's markets, i The practical dosing of the great lon I tinental exchange:-, when every oppor* i tuiuty was afforded for general de? moralization h.ts proven how funda ? mentally sound condition.? arc h^r.*. "In the event that the European - untion b.'come mot?* grave it seems t'> me the result Will be h cri cater invest? ment by foreigners in sound American , securities, which can be readily con VI rted into cash." Mr. Hemphill recalle?! that a situa? tion similar to that now Sxiating pre? sented itself three pears a?o. when war between France mul Germany threat? ened as S result of the Agadir inci? dent. At that t?me, the banker pointed out, trouble was averted b>- France calling in her loans in the empire. Following the receipt of new.; from abroad that It II not Austria's purpose to enter Ser* is. for territorial ani*n?ii diitenicnt. and thai Russia would no; regurd the [>ua! Monarchy's eecuva? tion of Belgrade a.?- a easua belli, in? ternational bankers yesterday took .. mote hopeful view of the European rituution With theae reassurances a' hand they predicted that a general : Continental conflict wbs not DCees? sarily immiticn*. DEER KILLED JOY RIDING Animal Hopa OfT Flatcar in Front of Express Train. Gail lean, M. V.. July 2%, Game Pio i tfctor t'onkling buried to-day the deer ? struck and killed by the Empire State i BapreeS) in Garr'son. while if. wa?j joy riding on a Hudoon Ri\er train. I When a work train slopped beside a ' bank of esrth on a sidetrack the deer ' hopped upon a fla' car. The train started, and it stayed there mid seemed 1 to enjoy the ride for more than :t asile until the roar of the Empire State K.\ prrss, apptoaching on the opposite track, frightened it The deer jumped m ?iuiit o? the flrf> i to its death. WAR TALK TIES UP RAW SUGARS HERE Holders Reject Offers and With? draw from Market?Fear for Austria's Crop. All holders of taw M:?ar in New York withdrew from the market yes? terday, refused to consider offers for their stock from refiner*, and r? pressed the intention of pursuing this attitude until the Kuropoan. war ?itua tion has assumed more definite shape Should a war follow. Wall Streot sugsr brokers said yesterday that sugar prices would b.? immediately advance.] one rent ?t pound. Retir?,rs who have been o?Yering ".'!>'? cent.? f?r raw sugar sought to replen? ish ?heir stocks which have been per mittoil to r.m tfov n. but found 110 sugar for ?ale, and the ?.?tu?i'.ion 1 now hanging in the ba'ancc. It was pointed out by sugar authori? ties (hat m '.lie event of a var Kurop. would have to lely exclusively on Cuba tor Its Supply of sugar. Austria ami Germany at present furnish the of the sugar consumed abroa?!. The i..reign sugar crop pro*pcct:> are vet?. favorable, but the crop will ntit be ' liar?, c ted Until October. A wat, I rokers remarked, would mean the ruination of both crops. The canning BOOQOa Is but. one month away and American fruit crop reporl have indicated lhat the demand for iug.tr .1? a preservative \? ill be un usually her..*. During angnst -.?? prices have generally responded 1 ig? ( rously to this demand and nave made sharp advance-? In the h\-t month th i umber of centrals in operation in Cuba has been steadily reduced, ?n?l I tins week but four tire grinding sugar ?ano, v.Inch fo.eahadows much smaller bhipm. nt s. Receipts for the ent ire island of tuba, for the ?ve k were I 1.000 tons of sugar. ! against Kt.ooo tons last week. Large I reti?era, in the expectation of being i able tO buy lav. SU?gar n.ucll cheaper, have been holding aloof from tho markel for weeks, and *aany arell In? ftiniu'il members of th? trade look for la pronounced price squeeze, which ?rill In* sh-euldeied ultimately onto the con , sum?.'". _ TAKES SON FROM BRIDE Mother Has Youthful Elopers' Marriage Annulled. S'yack, July St. Mr?. I-sbel of Oranget*Wa. got ? decree from .Justice Tompkins, of the Supreme Court, filed It? re to-day, which lak- ? he.- son Klword away from Ins bride, Prances Moas, with whom he eloped to 1'a.ltmtor ? six months ano. Mrs. Moss, jr vas Miss Barker* before be' BMrnage, and i? thirty years ?1?. Moss is nineteen. His 1n>?h? i objected to l.ic match and, against the brulegronm's wi.-h.* , bogan lannnlntent proceedings, on Mm ground that her coit.-ent. neces.-srv because l-.lwood wa.? a minor, ?as?? i??". obtained, ami lhal be was "too youn ; I te knuw liu o?\n luind."