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JUDGE SUDDENLY STOPS
THAW SAM HEARING AND
JEROME LEAVES IN A HUFF
Recess Announced After Jus
tice Keogh Confers With the
PRISONER IS JUBILANT
Mother and Sisters Smile In
Anticipation of. Decision
Favorable to Family.
OF STRIKERS FIRES
ALL NIGHT ON LIGH
MtaeUI to Th Brassa World.)
white: plains, n. t., June sr.
JuaUca Keogh has laid down the law
in the matter of ferooedure In the
Thaw sanity hearing, but Just what
hla declslon'ls will not be known until
court convenes to-morrow. Mo court
proceedings were held to-day. There
wm nothing but a aeries of confer
eneea betwaea Justloe Keogh, Bhearn
and Jeroma. Three eoftferencea were
held la all. and at the eM of each Mr.
Jeroma came cut of tbaUudse ehajn-
ftera acowllnf rfo unhappy, 'while Mr.
floaarn waa chipper and amlllnajr
"Mr. Jerome la beat aid he kHawa
It." Mr. Bhearn Tolunteerad.
When tbie message waa repeated to
Mr. Jerome, Mr. Jeroma-' aatd: 'I have
nothing to aay."
The remark of Thaw'a attorney doubt
ltesly,, referred, to the wind-up of the
caee and not to the present etatus of It.
At least that li the general construction
yjaeed upon the remark.
"I ahall be In court In tha morning
ready to go on with our side of the
caee," Mid Mr. Bhearn. "I frill have
my alienists and all my witnesses."
'But will the care go on?" waa asked.
'That remains to bo eoen," waa the
Everybody but the Judgo and the two
lawyers was at sea with regard to tha
sudden halt of the proceedings. Rumora
ware flying thick and fast. One was that
Justice Keosh would appoint a commis
sion. Mr. Shearn gave Hat denial to
this. Another was to the efleot that
Justice Keogh was Ineligible to go on
with the hearing In consequence of pro
ceedings of Thaw's former lawyers hav
ing been before him. This waa denied.
Late this afternoon, after Mr. Jeromo
had left the court room, It waa said
that the former District-Attorney had
been requested to withdraw from the
case. There was no more to this rumor
than to those which had gone before,
A large number of subpoenas were
Issued this afternoon on behalf of Thaw.
Thrae ore returnable before Justice
Keogh to-morrow morning. Justice
Keogh was asked what the new muvj
ment meant, but declined to be Inter-
Tlewed. Harry Thaw was asked what he
thought of the new movement and alt
; lie would say was that he was conlldenc
that ho would win. Tha Thaw family
left the court loom all smiles.
The most probable theory Is that Jus
tice Keogh will appoint throe alienists
which means that Jerome will bo out
of the control of the rase.
-Quarter. Mile Away, He Bom
bards Armored Searchlight
on Factory in Vain.
Baseball Scores To-Day
AT NEW YORK.
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Tha terror of the Inhabitants of Rooae
velt. N. J., over the strike situation waa
forgotten for several hours last night
and early to-day while a considerable
portion of the population got out at a
safe distance and watohed tho plain
and fancy' shooting of one lone sharp
shooter, who, with a hlgh-powere rifle,
triad untirogly to pfunk the lnsldea out
w.ina oi searcnugn.'on tne mam nuna
lag of WHJIam" as'Clark'a fertlllzlni
.He dld.sji tbe abeotiag'that was dona
twt night, though. an attack on In
Plants nad been anticipated. He was
established in a deserted barn across
the railroad tracks about a quarter of a
mile from the searchlight. Rumor hid
It be waa once a sergeant in the Ger
But whatever be waa, ha had a, good
gun and knew how to use It. If the
searchlight oould have been extinguished
It would have been on easy matter for
the strikers to steal upon the plants.
Knowing this, the owners of the plant
had protected the light with a sort of
The marksmanship of the solitary rifle
man was so good that the bullets couM
be heard to rattle oft the Iron protec
tion of the light at almost every shot.
Some of the bullets that missed the
shield came perilously near hitting dop
utr sheriffs. Three went entirely through
the walls of the ofllce ot E. U. Ilolton,
division superintendent ot all the prop
ertles ot the American Agricultural
Chemical Company, of which the fac
torles affected by the strike arc a part.
One bullet smashed a bottlu of sprliU
water at the foot of his bed and
GUARD'S SHOE TORN OFF BY A
Two bullets that went higher than
Hblton's oftlce lodged In the rooms oc
cupied by Capt Tom arlllith and eleven
guards under him. Ono of the leaden
pellets hit Griffith's shoe and tore
There was an uncanny fascination
about the shooting. Not a single shot
was fired In return, but the searchlight
was kept playing over the surrounding
territory, una thu marksman used his
rifle with almost clockwork regularity
Perched beside the operators of the
light were two company sharpshooters
with orders to shoot to Kill If any at'
temDt we're made to Invude the fac
Thero are now about 150 men on
guard about the plant, and those not
on duty last night slept on their arms,
for most everybody expected an at'
tack. The whole town Is like an armed
camp, and there I" much Indignation
among the representative citizens over
thu stao ot affairs. -s
following the refusal of the Mayor
to cIoju the saloons, an effort was rnadn
to compromise. A committee of seven
strikers and citizens altered to meet
ijupt. Ilolton. but he declined, saying
tho men were now getting more than
was paid men doing similar work in
similar factories and that the company
could not grant their demands of In
creased wages from Sl.bO to $2 and a
decreuso in hours from 10 to D.
STRIKERS HAVE GOOD WEAPONS
ANP PLENTY BULLETS.
He blamed the trouble on the fact
that saloons were open, whereupon
Mayor Herrman retorted It was more
likely due to the importation of depu
ties. The Mayor forbade the deputies
from patrolling the streets and ordered
them kept on the company's property.
In the shooting of Tuesday about
threo thousand bullets were tired and
four strikers were Injured. Tho au
thorities are satisfied the strikers have
good weapons and plenty of ammuni
tion. It was wJien threats were made
to make a concerted attack last night
that more deputies were put on duty
and the searchlight began working
(Continued on Lett Page.)
SECRETED AT COURT
Banker Lushear Shows Affida
vit in Which Eloping Girl
Demands His Young Wife, for
Whom He Lost Race by
Bursting of Tire.
fflpeeitl to The Brrnlnt World.)
NEWARK, June 27. Unwilling papa'
In-law John Lushear of Mount Tabor,
who Just simply hates his chauffeur
on-ln-law, Conrad C. Eysoldt, appeared
In Vice-Chancellor Howell's court to
day, but did not produce the chauf
feur's bride, as had been ordered. His
counsel did not even take the trouble
to say that Mrs, Dorothy Eysoldt, who
two weeks ago was a awentcen-year-old
schoolgirl, was not In court, but was
hidden away two floors above In the
Since Tuesday, when the 'bride waa
spirited away from the same office.
two floors above. In an auto followed
br tha 'rieaToom of a day, wfcv
chased pa's car until a tire burst, every
one understood the little bride would
trot be proddocd in court until all toe
legal machinery of New Jersey; wa
exhausted. And so tha case to-day re
solved Itself into an argument betwe!i
opposing attorneys, during which
Banker X.ushex nover looked at tola
son-in-law, and the twenty-four-yemr
old former family chauffeur paid him
the same attention.
PAPA ARMED WITH BRIDE'S DE
Since an affidavit made yesterday
purported to be signed by the bride,
stating she was not being held a prls
oner and was staying away from her
huaband of her own accord, the banker
appeared more confident. He showed
great concern when the bride was re
ferred to touchlngly as her father's
"Infant child" and exchanged glances
of appreciation wltrs his counsel.
The writ of habeas corpus which was
presented Tuesday was traversed to
day, and every objection of the back
er's counsel was answered In some
way. The principal argument re'
volved about the question whether the
girl was legally married, the law in
New York, where tho marriage took
place, Insisting that she must be elgh
teen years old
On the witness stand Eysoldt told the
story of the elopement. Kor the first
tlmo It was brought out by the big
chauffeur that as long ago as January
they had planned to elope while he was
driving her to school, but had put
over until the month of roses and brides,
Then the recital of thu olopeiiu-nt li
pa's own touring car and tho marriage
In City Hall was continued, not omit
ting tho story of how his bride ot a day
was luroi to Iwr home and taken from
him ut the point of a revolver. Ills testi
mony was constantly objected to, but
went on tho record.
FATHER'S LAWYER SMIRCHES
CHARACTER OF DAUGHTER.
A sharp battle of words followed the
recital of Tuesday's chase In the auto
mobiles when the chauffeur's machln
thundered along the turnpike to Mount
Tabor pursuing the bride, who was hav
lly veiled and seated between her father
and mother In the tolg gray touring car,
The chauffeur denied he was atlempt
Ing a rescue. Ho said ho "only wanted
to make sure It was Dorothy."
When the hearing was resumed t hi
afternoon Attorney Parker tried
show thai Inn chauffeur was utterly tin
manly by hi statement that the trlrl
had lie st suggested that they elope, Ttv
rhauffuiir was disconcerted but stuck t
"Sure," he replied, "ihe did make love
to me first. 1 would not think of say
Inif anything to her HKo that until
had a hint, nllhnugh I wanted to. Afte
that we loved each other equally well.
Must like the Oarden of Kden," sug.
sestej Parker, "the woman tempted
mo Is that the ldea7
"I object!" exclaimed Attorney Pom
rrehne. "It hasn't bilen proved there
vn such a place. What has the Oar
ion of K.len tn do with Newark?"
The banker's lawyer, acting presum
ably under papi-ln. law's Insttuctlons,
brought out that the -rl and the chauf
feur had spent two days and nights at
i hotel In Newark before- going to New
Vork to get married.
It ,was finally decided that the girl
should be questioned fit a place selected
by both sides and that the chauffeur
might be present. The hearing of her
testimony will probably be In the Lus
bear home Monday,
In Baltimore I Walk With Charley
Because Charley Knows Just Uow to Walk.
Sketchad In the Act In Baltimore by MAURIOE KETTEN, Evening World'a Caricaturist
MURPHY AND RYAN
. .yfi y&tw -Y '''' k jV- ' :'X
VOTE TO THROW OUT
Wilson Wins Great Victory, Receiv
ing Within 92 Votes of Neces
sary Two-Thirds to Nom
COMPROMISE DEAL HINT;
GAYNOR A POSSIBILITY
We're Not a Bit Nice, and
Statue of Liberty Is Horrid,
Says Miss Hay.
BANK WRECKER ARNOLD
ENTERS PLEA OF GUILTY.
New Berlin Financier Immediately
Sentenced to Ten Years in
Atlanta Federal Prison.
HI NCI HAMPTON, N. V June 2?.
Hunker Frank Arnold of New lluillu
in the United mutes Court here tl.i
afternoon, pleaded guilty to nil Indict
ment cliuiglng lilin with bunk wreck
Ing. Arnold wan Immediately sen
tenced to ten yc-urn In tint 1-Ndernl
prison nt Atlanta.
ELOPING YOUTH ASKS,
"I think the statue of Liberty l
characteristic of the t.'nltnl Hutes. It
Is all points and duggere, and lookn like
greed and avarice. In Its effect It li re
pulsive to the visitor. '
These words frll from th lip "f no
less a personage than Miss (i, " Iliy.
the suffragette of Indon, ah the spam
er Almlrante, on which she was a pi
senger, passed the .Statue of Liberty on
Its way up the Kast Itlver. Miss II ly
had Just returned from Klnmton,
where she hss estates and sugar plan
tations. She made It plain, In '-he
most polite terms, that she doesn't I '"
Us and doesn't like the way she Is
treated at this port by the rtoin
and Immigration authorities.
"Don't ask ire any riuestlnns. and
please don't finger my luggaK that
way!" she said to tlie nfflrlals. "I'll
get out of your country is rast I
can. to-night tn fact. If 1 ran get
steamer for England,"
Unfortunately Miss Hay will hsve to
put up with us for a few davs nt least,
as she cannot take passage for Rnf
land before Saturday next She will
spend tho time In the close eeeurliy if
Asking Miss Hay when she wan last
In Jail. If he Is branded, If she w
ever an Inmate of a workhouse, If she
were a Mormon and similar nuentlons
whs a source of much discomfort lo
"Pon't nsk me such questions," she
moaned, "I enn swear I am leuvlng
your country It Is too much; I can
not bear It,"
GOV. WILSON ELATED.
"nya Convention Mums Itself lo
lie Prfnrele 4inllierliK.
8BAUIHT, N. J June 17,-tlov, Wil
son wus ulatrd at thu action of the
Democratic National Convention lait
night on tha unit rule.
"I have always nmlitl. lined, " he sal),
that whore dclegatis nm instructed by
districts In u primary election they
should vote accordingly and nut b
bound by the unit rule. For Instance,
hero In New Jersey, a have twenty
four of tho twenty-eight dolegutes, an
uverwhulmlng majority, yet we have
nevur dreamed f enforcng tho unit
rule. The action of tilt convention
shows that It Is a progressive gather
ing. I believe It was taken without re
gard to any mun'a camllducy."
The ilovernor said h ai much gra'l.
Med by the demonstration given him .n
the ronventlim lust night, but regard!
It moro as a demonstration "for prorei.
skenes" than as a personil triumph.
"While It was called a Wilson demon
stration." he uililed, "I hid Inclined tn
think It was a ruse of demonstration
for a principle rather than for a ran-
'S'matter, Pop? Why Don'
You Kiss Her?" and Million
aire Pop Does.
FOR BASEBALL, SEE PAGE 16.
-Ilnrmon Will .Not Withdraw.
COUJMIIl'H, O., June 27.-"I positive,
ly have not withdrawn from the J'res.
Iden tal race, ily name will be pre
sented at Haltlmore," declared Gov
Harmon here to-day,
Harmon refused to say whether he
would support the nominee md was
non-committal on the report thu noino
of his delegates were about lo go over
$12 Men's Blue SergeSuits,$5.95
1KB "SUB" CI.OTHIW0 GO BIT BR,
Broadway, cor. Barclay St., npp. Wool
worth llulldlng (highest In the world),
will sell to-day and Friday 3.001) Men's
Blue Herge Hiilts, all wool, fast color,
also blacks, grays and mixtures; many
satin lined: all sizes, 31 to It; worth
fit In any other store; their special
vrfca to-day and Friday, 9S.it.
Harold A. nrand, the twenty-twn
yeui-ohl son of t. W. Ilr.ind, a wealthy
clothing merchant with offices nt No,
Sll llroadway, surprised his dad to-day
by walking In on him with u bliishln
"Isn't she a corker?" said Harold
while lirund sr. gasped and sank back
In his chair.
"ri'matter, pop why don't you kiss th
hrlde?" mid the young man, hrceglly
and the first thing ho know his fat e
Jumpt-d up mid exclaimed:
'Dallied if 1 don't!''
And Im did.
liuriild used In work fin pp, i n
ilicliled tn branch out on IiIh i-wii Ii
and went tn Atlantic I'lty, where 1
heroine manager tf u clothing est.n
IlKhiueiit owned by a Mr, Hint!. M
lllatt'n daughter, F.lxli, wus rH Inl
and Klsie iiiii) ll.irold hadn't looked u
each nlher twlci before they fell
Yesterday they elopml to I hllade
Phia and got married, Thla inoruln
limy came on to New ork6,ind wen
to thu Hotel Astor, Ihcn thny hi-i
down to cull on I'eie Urajad. To-nlfih
I'ere iirann .win rurnvsn nig eats ti
the happy rouple nnd 'htn they wll
go to 1,-ike IMifld on thol noneymoi
Ilinnd sr. Is ruled as inllllonal
In the clothing business.
NEW GOLD FINDJN ALASKA
'ro.eeliir' IIiisIiIiik I'm (iillrli
Where HlrlUe Is Hade,
FAIItllANKH, Alaska, June 27. News
was received here yesterday of a gold
strike In Tox (luloh, In tho Innoko dl
trlct. Many projectors ar rushing t
the ne diggings from idltarnd.
llcrmuis MrmuUn Hum, TrutJIart rha.lt u4
mono' "inter.. H.fCKi nd trrl i tin It room
cnu r nl nliM Th. WmM Tm.l llurmu.
A!' IMItr.r iWoitJl Uuullna M-ea I1r
gev, n. teuvaotis Bissau svw, -tr
Wilson May Finally Be Acceptable
to the "Combine"; Anything to Keep
Nomination From the "Peer-
.'"?! Vf, . mtiafl OorrtssMi4aa of Xrsnlnr Wartg.1
BALTIMORE, June 27. It looks like Wilson, may be on the first
ballot. On a roll call lale this afternoon Murphy and the ninety New
Vork delegates, Sullivan and the fifty-eiht Illinois delegates and Tom
iyan voted to seat the New Jersey Governor's ten delegates from South'
The majority report of the Credentials Committee favored ousting
the Wilson men and seating Clark men in their places. The Wilson
delegates won. The vote was:
Massachusetts. .. 7
New Hampshire.. 6
New Jersey 24
North Dakota .
Oklahoma .. .
Rhode Island .
South Dakota .
West Virginia ...
Dist. of Columbia.
Total 633'2 437
Not vntlii;, 15U,; absent, 2. Thill
iiicltult's the ten from South Dakota.'.
Tho nix votes from the Philippines
It was explained that New York, Illinois and Virginia supported the
minority report because their members ot the Credentials Committee
voted for that report in the committee session.
PLAN NOW TO DEFEAT DRY AN.
It appears that a combination has been made by various elements In
the convention, of which Murphy and Sullivan of Illinois are the most
conspicuous examples, a combination having for its object the defeat of;
William J. Bryan at anv cost. I he old line Dosses assert that bryan un
der the mask of working for Wilson has been forwarding his own Can
dida:)'. His growing strength has brought about alliances that will not
be revealed In full until the roll call on candidates is reached. At any
rate Clianip Clark seems to have been deserted by his new found conser
vative allies, Thomas F. Kyan and August Belmont. Gaynor is a possibility.
It was reported that an interesting conference was held last nlgnt
between Roger Sullivan and the Tammany chieftain, at which the for
mer endeavored to convince the New York leader that the rank and
tile of the party stand for a progressive candidate. Sullivan said to
I support of his statement that a deluge of telegrams had poured to qadaiaV