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WILSON 30 AHEAD OF CLARK;
GAINS 70 SO FAR TO-DAY
WIlATIIKIt I'rnlmlilt- fnlr to-nlKht nml 'I'ticsrtiijr.
fcUl I I WIN
PRICE ONE CENT.
EdVard Wilson, Held as T'nief,
Is Freed When She M?tkes
CALLS HIM INNOCENT.
"1 Stole but He Didn't Know
It," She Sobs to Magis
trate Before Crowd.
Ixmneeri In tlie Gates Avcnuo Court
In Brooklyn witnensixl to-day a wlfo'b
sacrifice for her husband, mudo thiough
love for a man whoso head had been
bowed In misrortunc. All of the ntnios
there ot the little tragedy played be
fore Miiglstraie Xnuincr waa of grim
realism, by u simple cunfesslou of
theft Mrs. Connl Wilson fuced a prison
term that her husband, Edward L. Wil
ton, mlslit eo free.
Juliet .Moses, a widow, of No. 570 East
Twenty-thlid street, Brooklyn, was thu
couiplalnant. siho said she hod taken
th Wilsons to lodao in her horn at No.
1W SUrlUm place, two moaths ago, and
that when they moved ivway, a trunk
containing "0 worth ot household fur
nishings was emptied. ftho suspected
her former lodgers, went to their new
ap.irtmt'iit and .says she found lace cur
tains, which 1vlonRd to her, hangtnK
Lat iiiKhl ft detectlvti appoarM ut '
thu WllsoiiV rooms at No. 1377 LcxIriK
ton avenue, and arrested Wilson. Uu
appeared heforo tha Magistrate to-day,
and started to tell his story. Suddenly, ,
A bareheaded woman sprang tnroUKO
tha doors of the courtroom and ran
donn to tho Magistrate's desk.
n.' Innocent. Judee!" sh screamed.
"He didn't know anything about the
stealing of those curtains until he. was
nrrted lust night. It was I who stolo ,
them. I did It bec.iuse becuuse wo aro
so poor. Wo had.no curtains; we've had
little furniture since my husband has
been out of work. I wanted pretty cur
tains." Wilson Jodfced at his wife In amaze
ment. "Why, you said Mrs. Oloses had given
you thorn curtains," ho finally said.
"And that taMe cloth, you bought with
trading stamps, didn't you?"
"No, IMi I stolo thorn. I am a Uilef,"
the wlfo fobbed.
Tho .Magistral) briefly examined the
woman and then released tho hus-baml
and held Mrs. Wilfon In ll.WO ball.
The man, freed, kissed his wife, and
th was led away to a cell.
AT NEW YORK.
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S IN Ml
0 SAVE HUSBAND
Coin rleltt. IDia, hr
Co. ITbe Nw
douse Stands for Clark
by the Unanimous Vote
of Both Political Parties
WASHINGTON, July 1. In answer to Bryan's charge that Speaker
Clark wan In league with unhealthy political Interests, the House to-day
unanimously votoJ full confidence In the Speaker "regardless of political
The resolution offered by a Republican, Representatives Austin of
Tennessee, follows: v
'The members of this House, regardless of politics, express
their full confidence In the honor, Integrity and patriotism of the
presiding oinccr of this House, the Hon. Champ Clark."
The resolution was adopted with a great bunt of applause on both
sides of the House.
(Drawn In Baltimore tojr MAUBICE XBTTEW, Evnlrjf World Caricaturist).
i JI ; VICTORY AGAIN 1
T Rl FOR AMERICANS
onisiana in a Plight Near Bris
tol, R. I., May Be Floated
To-Night at High Tide.
WirsTOU Tl. T.. July l.-Tho htttle-
slilp Louisiana netit riKniunil to-ilny In
NnrraKansctt Hay. It wiih thought
that shn would flmt at htvh water to
nlffht. Tho rlaco whpru thu lyitilslnna
grounded Is l.Cxi) yards north of Hoitk
Island Light, at tho northern end of
Ithode Island and about two miles from
Tho Loiilr-lnnn sullml from Haltlmor
on Saturday and was bound to, llrls'.ol
to ptirtlinto In tho Independence Day
DON'T WANT BRYAN TO
SPEAK IN MEXICO, M0.
"Wouldn't Be Responsible," De
clares Bureau in Clark District,
Where Heeling Is Intense.
MKXICO, Mo., July 1. The local
Chautauqua management to-day wnrncd
Its Chicago bureau not to eiiu.iKo Will
iam J. Uryan to malto an address at
the Mexico Chautauo.ua thin year.
"It would not only moan n flnunclal
loss, but wo would not want to bo re
sponsible for what nili.'lu happen," du
claied A. II. Whitney of the local man
agement. l'VeltiiK ntraliiHt llryuii In the Ninth
CunsresHlonul DlHtrlct, Clurk'H homo,
U ut white heat.
Tliiit' lo Stnffl" Harm WlUnii.
SKA OIKT, N. J July l.-"That' tha
stuff!" exclaimed Uov. Wilson when ho
received the newa tills afternoon that
ho had paused Speaker Clark on the
ALMANAC l'OI! TO IIAV.
Baa rivi., i.lisna ,tl.. ".:il,)ljon rlirs., 0,33
Illsli IViiur, r.ow WttiT,
A.M. I'.M. A.M. V.M.
Bindj Tlooi H.SI M.M 2.45 S.3S
OiTftDor'. Iiltnd ... D,:.1 ().: 3.33 B.i'l
liell Gtt ,n.lS 11,19 O.U
j " Circulation Books Open to AIL"
The lrm 1'iibllslilos;
New Yorkers on the Winning
Team that Takes First Prize
in Clay Bird Contest.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, July 1. Th
United States added another to their
list of victories at the Olympic games
to-day by winning the clay bird shoot
Inn competition. The American team
took tho first prize and sold medal with
a scoie of G32 out of a possible 600.
Orent llrltnln won tho second prlzo and
silver modal with a score ot Ml whllo
dcrmany was t'.ilrd with 610. The best
Individual scores of the member of th
victorious American team were:
J, It. Gruliam, Chlcaso Athletlo As
sociation .' M
Charles W. mtllngs, Captain 93
It. L. Spottit, 1-archmont Yacht Club. .90
J. If. Ilendrlckson, Ilergen Beach
aim Club S3
Frank Hall, New York Athletlo Club. ,80
A. F. GleaKon, ltoston A. A E0
A. I'. Lane, representing the United
States, to-day won the Individual com
petition for revolver or ptatol at a dis
tance of fifty metres, making a score ot
tB In his sixty shots. The hltrhest pos
sible, was 00.
P. J. Dolfen of the 1'nlted States was
second In tho Individual competition for
pistols at fifty metrcH with a score vt
tit. Stowart of IriKland and Laval of
Sweden tied with 470 for third place, but
aB Stewart's phots were better placed he
was awarded the third prise.
Tho Individual army ride shooting
competitions were started this morning.
Tho competitors tiro first at ZOO metres
and then at CM metres. At the first
ranne each competitor fired ten shots at
A bullseye target, four prone, four kneel
Ins and two standing. At tho second
rango each competitor fired ten shots
at a figure target, Ave prono and live
kneeling. Tho tlmo limit for each series
s thren minutes,
The Hungarian I'rocop led at tho .100
metro ran 30 with a score of U7. Lieut.
Carl T. Osburn of tlie United States
Navy tied for aocond place Norwegian
and Oreek rtflemen with a score of IC.
Svrgt. Fulton ot the British Army was
third with a score of $7.
In tho shoot-oft ot the Uo for seoond
plac. In tho Individual army shooting
competition, Lieut. Osburn, U, S. N
lecurcd second place, with u score of 'JR.
It Is notable that this score actually
beats tho total made by tlie winner,
Skogen, the Norwegian rifleman, was
placed third, with a score of 91, and the
Oreek representative was placed fourth,
Sergt. Fulton of the. Hritlsh army, in
consequence ot tha better scores la tha
W IN OLYMPIC SHOOT
NEW YOEK, MONDAY, JULY 1, 19i2.
Newark Court Crowd Is Just
Dying to Know What
Mrs. Eysoldt Said.
TESTIFIES IN SECRET,
Dash of Mystery Is Added to
Romance of Banker Lu
A now chapter In the midsummer ro
mance of love nnd gasoline, that hangn
upon the efforts made by Conrad Ky
soldt, the Intrepid chauffeur, to gain
possession of Dorothea Luxhcar, tho
banker's daughter and his brido of two
days, was written In Vlcc-Chancellor
Howell's court In Newark this after
noon. Like every summer novel for
hammock reading this ons needs n-
dash of mystery, and mystery aplenty
was supplied to-day when the Vtce
Chancellor cleared the court of every
body but th witness, the fighting hus
band and the lawyers durint' thej-x-aiulnatlon
of Dorothy Lushear Eysoldt.
The coaufteur wooer, by.habess corpus
proceedings, had forcod PspVIiuehear.)
President of the North Ward Bnk of
Newark, to produce his seventeen-yesr-old
daughter, whom he had spirited
away to the family rooftroa at Mount
Tabor, after a mad raco In automobiles
over the country roads, last week.
Even up to thfl minute when she win
oalled a a wltncHs. tho girl bride was
kept away from her husband's sight in
the office of her father's attorney. Then,
when detectives and lawyer's clerk
smuggled her down from the lawyer's
offices and Into court by a back way,
Chauncey 0. Parker, counsel for Papa
Lushear, asked tho Vice-chancellor to
clear tire court ot all but the Interested
CURIOUS CROWDS SURROUND
COURTROOM DURING HEARING,
This was ifonc. Kysoldt's brothers,
who have been aiding him In the legal
light he Is making to recover his bride,
Dorothea's mother, brothers and nunt
were all hustled out of tho court room
Indiscriminately. Then, the young girl
went on tho stand. That was at 11.30
o'clock. Not until 1.30 did she leave the
stand, when she was rushed behind a
cordon of guards back to the lawyer's
Tlie curiosity of the spectators, denied
a share In the mystery going on bohlnd
closed doors, roach"! the boiling point.
A crowd clustered around the court
doorn, casiir to catoh oven n wWsper of
wlwtt was passing buhlnd the locked
Soon after the veiled lirldo was hurried
out of tho courtroom, her husband fol
lowed, accompanied by his nttornny.
Tho chauffeur was wlilto-llpprd ami
mad; ho showed his angT In tho abrupt
shako of his head with which he greeted
all sekcrs after Information. Not a
word from Him, from l'npa Lushear
or any of the lawyers, who had par
ticipated In tho star chamber examina
tion. STILL ANOTHER SECRET SES
SION IS ANNOUNCED.
The Vlcc-Chancellor told thu reporters
after tho recess adjournment at 1.S0 that
Mrs. Lushear-Kysoldt had completed
her testimony but that :nor. witness
would testify later In the day behind
closed doors, also.
To-daj'M procei-dlngs marked the
second time young llyholdt hau forced
his marital misadventures Into court.
It was utter a court hearing last week
whon tho bride, who eloped June 8, was
kept immured In her papa's lawyor's
ofllco that the desperate young husband
gavn chasu to tho automobile which was
hurrying her Kick to Mount Tabor,
Only a tire puncturo prevented Ey
soldt from Fettling the Justlre of his
claim to her with Papa Lushoar, some,
whero on tho turup'ku between Newark
and Mount Tabor,
shoot-off, retiree to fifth position with
his score of 87,
At the 600-metre rnngo In the Individual
army rifle shooting Lieut. Carl T. Os.
burn, U. H. N.i Sergt. A. I J, Jackson,
Iowa, and Colas, reprewmtlng France,
tied with a score ot 01 for first pluie,
They will shnnt off tho tie to-morrow.
Capt. A. L. Itrlrgf, I' fr. A., was fourth
World UulKtac Ttuklsh IHtee
Jnars oiien. ISatli with nrlTste roomt. 81.
CAUGHT IN TRAF
Detectives Capture Five
Swindlers Who Are About
to Annex $5,000.
Almost on the minute when il.y.
wr' to get i.OOO from a wealths i
kurlter" from I'hll.idclnhl.i whom tin- 1
had been nursing for tho grand coupj
Capt. clloater ami detectives from thoi
West Forty-seventh stiet nation rnhb'.l
H f.iko pool room at No. 2.12 West
Fifty-second strict tlilt afternoon and
nabbed five wlre-tappers. J. ('. Johnson.
tho "sucker," had already lost !,(
through tho wiretappers, and It w.ih Ik.
who gave the tip to tho detectives ari'l
helped to make th- raid a success.
Johnson cnino to thu city several
days ngo anil In a hotel lobby hn bu-
came acquainted with a well dre:d
stranger of pleaslns address who
lotiKonted to Introduce him to several
others who "weie In on thu know" on
the pool room game. The (.Id stunt of
a 'leak riom tun telegraph company
was used to gull the victim and u
couplo of dnyn ago he parted with tho
Then ho decided thst tho game wax
crooked and gave thu detectives the In
formation which Insulted In thu setting
of the trap which ws.i sprung this
AUTO KILLS GIRL; FLEES.
Chauffeur Puts On lorr Spr l Aflrr
I'LATNFIRLD, N. J.. July l.-MIss
Ida -May Oln-n, twrnty-thteu years of
sge, died to-day from Injuries sustained
In an automobllo anil carrlagn collision
last nlKhl. Hbo was nut driving In a
light carriage with John Olll. Near
Hound lllcok their m :n hit by a
rapidly driven imtirn '.itv lluth m.jv
thrown out. Tin aatomonllo did not
stop, Th Mlildlv'fces unty authorltb s
are endeavoring to obtain some tia;
of thu machine, (illl ni not seriously
rltUir ltTiiu. ii It'n
CirctthUioti Books Open to
Bis Crowd . Sees OKI Glory
Wave of Top of Wool
At noon to-diy a whHIIu blew from
the forty-nfntli tloor of tlie new Wool
wjr''i IlulMltig, .MViisdwav and Park
Phve. nnd tho filtirs and iltilp wati
ralsod to tho top Of tho pole ab'iv
tin- tlfty.'lfth lljc, r-ven' hunitn d :mJ
seventj-tlvi) f, ut high. 'Oiousands of
Jeopl" blocked I lie street III front or
tho building Htnlj entn)l iftnlr necks as
tho Hag was uilftirltd fiom Ihu pole
of tli lallist bitill) building In th)'
wurll. The Klir. Toifrr, In IMrls, ulone
ot human slriictiris. Is lilglmr.
Many p.iuplu vt ltn.ss,-d from tlm roo.'j
of adjoining ski siup-rs tin. riiilug or
the Hag. and thjv !-.ilgt.r im iding hud im
ipuin of p-i t.)0is. 'I'ii. ll.i,' ltcli ii
iw. lvu by tw7nt.rjur feet, and v..i
pl ireil on tho .ule by Ch tiles C.l iipliuil,
(leoiju ll.'in'JiiiH aiu !';.i.. Carew,
Ktruetural lio J workers n.i Hit, liuiMInt,.
Hi-lore W. vlouhv iun wuut to U.idi'ii
lladrii s.une ,'ijet.ti ago no ordered slit
J r.UMii .ui soon as th" tif i otk
had been eo iiplotfif on tho dfty-llfth
hour of tho I J, us. Inmiwll.tiuly fol
lowing the i.i4 nf the banner a cable
gr.nai w.u si Ii Mr. Wouiwu th appihln
ii I in of tin rii-t
From thu ilfiy-M th lloor M.inh.iltau
stretches t l tuo in- In onu great
li.inoiam.t. jUiwn. p.y th.- -ut.rs ut thi
tear of the uul.l.'ng like ".mIhIimI ships
pott . pai file ot'e.m.
city H All like toy from
Fur a i Jiulani'a of llfteeti iiiIIi-h sky-
can Is seen finin tim sjoi
J funk ir
falls t ) 1
1 1 fill i tlsid and thu
on tho o-oin outsldu ftandy
vlsiole from the foot of the
The nw Municipal llulldliiK
t u strueture to Insp ro Wuiidtr
tap Hour of the new building
i looks down upon Its roof.
and It nearby buildings re
y.i placed in a toy puk, w j th
shnii fjr tieis.
10 wliolworth Ilulldlng Is nearl
cuuiMettm and by .Nuvembor ih. r..
rumalnini; .thoilsarid tont of steel, stoiii'
and teriu cotta ns.'un.ny to complex
ttui Blrttj .tnrj will bu in place. An le
vatur is nutv running to tho thirty. ninth
floor and tiel si-ilrways havo been
erected ten Honrs higher. Work was
lugin in th striu'turii Hept. ir, last.
The silo of, Annulet's tallest liulldlng
was thoj building grouul of the old Mc
Viikar ho-mis ul. When lh Astnr
llottuo im it o home of the Aator fain
lly the MuVcktrs were their next door
r.elglibot.. In ViHi thu MeVlckar homu
was built. It was ri'iiiodtlled snd umd
as a tmtlnj'si hultding for miny years
prior tu h, purulmsu by Mr. Woolworth,
whoso foruno w; madu from a ctuln
ot live atld ten cent stores.
BRYAN CENTRE OF
THE WILDEST SCENE I
IN THE CONVENTION'!
fore Him, Starting Riotous Dis
turbance Police Stop v.
Several Fist Fights.
CALLS BRYAN A MARPLOT;
New York Delegation Is Pol)ed 010
the Floor and
BY MARTIN GREEN.
(taff OorrMPoadeat ot The BtssUoj; World.)
CONVENTION HALL, HALTIMORB. Julv 1. William JerfniMS
n , .... .
.s mc 1.C111H; ui ;1 iiutuuM stenc mis aucrnoon in uic uanocnmc
At the dose of the thirty-third
i . .
piayeu an immense Danner Hearing an endorsement of Gwmp uaric ut
tered by Mr. Bryan in 1910. Mr. Bryan at that time saii Clark's Ve
was above reproach, ami that he had
I! 11.- !.! . -e Jl. . ..
mui inn mc muc ui ine people.
Tlie display brought out an Immense Clark demonstration wWch j
became a riot when a doen Mlssourians carrieil the banner scrost ifce
Hall aii.1 llanitcd it in the face of
angrily as a hooting crowd gathered
he elbowed his way to the platform.
o man uvin? can insult me
one of the banner bearers, who blighted and jeered. Bryan Had to fight;
Ins way along the aisle to the passageway leading to tlie platform with
policemen helping him along. There was a general, battle on the flooc;
under the press stand. Coats and -hirts and collars were torn off and
many blows were exchanged. ' ,
BRYAN WAS FIGHTING MAD. jl
Bryan, with his face like ivory, his eyes Hashing and his- lips com-fi
pressed, appeared alongside the Chairman's desk and" motioned for ordenil
He was lighting mad and made no attempt to conceal the fact. ' ,'J
Bryan from the platform said
Mayor Fitzgerald of Boston made a 'viint of order against Bryan'J"
speaking. The point was tempi ra-"y la til aside and Mr. Bryan proceeded'-'
Bryan said he had asked fr- the removal of the Missouri banner from ir,
front of the Nebraska delegation.
Chairman James ruled that I3ran had not presented a question of
personal privilege and refused tu permit the speech to proceed. Bryan
left the platfoim amid great disorder and returned to his .sent.
WILSON TAKES Tlfll LEAD.
On the thirtieth ballot this afternoon Cnv. Woodrow Wilson took1 ,
a lead of five votes over Speaker Clark. This lead was Increased to '
twenty-nine on the thirty-fir t ballot and thirty-one on .the thirty-second'
The vote on the thirty-thirtl ballot was: Clark, s4tfy2; Wil-$
son, 47714; Underwood, 1Q3'2: Harmon, 29; Kern, 2; Foss, 28 15
There was no change on the thirty-fourth ballot. ;
The Illinois delegates in caucus decided to-day to casKthe fiftv-i
eight votes of the delegation for Wilson as soon as h becomes iZ
"majority" candidate. A niisunder standing grew out of this, some of tlwEj
delegates supposing tlie vote ot the itaie would go to Wilson when the '
Governor's vote exceeded Clark's. 1 lie intent of the move Is to 'hold
back the Illinois vote until Wibon has a majority vote in the conveq-
lion 515 or more.
On the thirtieth ballot Wilson gained fourteen votes in Iowa, eight
votes in Vermont and two votes in Ohio, bringing his total up to 4fi0.
Clark dropped to -155. .
On the thirty-first ballot Wilson rolled up suplve small flV
Toward the end of the call Wyoming gave joy o-ffif, Wilson forces hj
abandoning Clark and going over
PRICE ONE CENT. Jf'
Clark Banner Be-j
Nine of Them r4
. .... T
ballot the Missouri delegation Jf- ?
never been on any side of a ques-j
Bryan. The Peerless Leader fhchsM
alwut him. Jumpinjf from his je1
to my lace," he shouted antrHy W.
he rose to a question of personr;j ?
to the J?rse)l,SGovernoywltJ.
il'M'ts n 1