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only newspaper publish* Newport News that r?c< the full news service of Associated Press. VOL. XIV. NO. 13. CONFERS WITH MANY ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS In His Winter Horn; President-Elect Taft Attends to Much Business. MADE TWO ADDRESSES YESTERDAY Apparent That Selection Hasn't Yet Been Made for Treasury Portfolio? Newberry's Friends Boosting Him for Retention of Naval Job?Rocke? feller Will Attend Taft Banquet. (By Associated Press). AUGUSTA. Ua., Jan. 18 ?That the President-elect h;is not determined who :s to be his secretary of the treasury Is indicated by the circum? stances that he held ? conversation to-day with J. T. buaffer. proprietor of the Chicago Pest, regarding '.he question of the several Chicagoan* whose appointment has been urged. Mr. Shaffer is a particular friend of Mr. Taft anil came here at the special request of the President-elect for this conference, although h did not know w hy he ha I he-en sent for. It is known that Mr. Taft is giv? ing careful attention to the treasury portfolio, and that he may not de? cide the matter until itnmediejtely lefore his Inauguration. Newberry Has Support. Mr. Taft said to-night that Secre? tary' Newlvrry bud prevented an en? dorsement be.ng made by the Michi? gan delegation for his continuation a* secretary of the navy, but notwith? standing Mr. Newberry's objection to any move in his own behalf the views of the delegation on Its own initia? tive in favor of the secretary, were laid before him by Representative Denby. Mr. Denby had ncthlnr to say for publication except that he was de? lighted with Augusta as a winter cli? mate. State department matters were talked over briefly between Mr. Taf: and Beekman Winthrop who will be the assistant secretary of state in the nest administration. Incidentally Mr. Winthrop said this was the first opportunity he bad had to thank the President elect for bU selection. To Supervise Explosives. The detail cf a competent armv officer to supervise the shipment of high explosives and see that the regulations with respecr thereto are carried out. was the subject of a con? ference at the Taf; cottage to-dav between the Presi ient-elct and Pres? ident W. C. Brown of the New York Cntral Railrcad. Colonel Dunn, investor of the high explosive known as Dunnite, who has this detail for two years is sorely needed in th'- department. It is likely the matter will be ad justed bv the selection of a retired officer for the inspection detail. Mr. Ttft took counsel wtih Pres? ident Brown also on a number of railroad question and incidentally remarked that Sir. Brown's acVire on snch matters was to be given great weight by him. Brown Began Early. At sixte-en Mr. Brown was a sec tion hand. He became next a tele, graph operator srl pdvanced through every sf.-ge of pr motion in railroad? ing until he was recently made pres? ident of the New- York Central Rail road system. He has been a leng Mrjie friend of Mr Taft, and during the campaign he did what Mr Taft regards ss most effective work Dr Sidne- D. WllgWB. chief exami? ner of the New York Sta'e Bureau of Alienist p. and Dr Albert Feme presi len^ of the Neu Yerk ermmia slon of lunaev. discussed Immigration irit'PTi with Mr. Taft to-day The restriction of mentally .;n sound immigrants, in their opinion, needs partlcn'sr st'entlon Walter S Dicker, state chairman nl Missouri, will *alk politics with Mr Taft to nie now Ma;.or Ihmhar. of this rity. paid an official call upon Mr Thr- to-da; to bid him welcome II? bad. be sail .'.e-cn prevented ? rom dlsrhsrg ng thi> pl< asant dn?v ?oofter Two Adresse? Te-oay. Two sdresses ?re t' he mid" her" tomorrow by Mr Taft, eti? tn the s??d*oi? of the Titbmsn H.gh ?wbool. ?he eth#r s? ?he Htce? li'dustiSil iMtilujfa fer negroes In d!sru*slng the details of his Pan. ami trip tonteb . Mr Taft slid ?hat Mr*. Taft ? n'd not re-nrn to An gurta. bu? won Id join him al Charles ion ne?t Sunday The trip will resjuir? five days rac?i way. and R ia now ?h? belief of Mr Taft 'ha? he can s?-comp'I h *h? purposes of the v'.rR ha five or si? dues on the Isthmu? This saw a 11 ling htm stain into tn* ? tufed Sta'ws about the eleventh of February. II? hs? deiisii?;;. prcmi ed to ri-ii Birmingham on his way to Cincinnati where he has an engagement 'for I the eighteenth end nineteenth. During h s automobile ride late to Iday Mr. Taft stopped at the shiloh [Industrial Orphanage and listened to song reeiial by the negro orphans Rockefeller Accepts Invitation. Ji hn I). Rockefeller to-day accepted |au invitation to attend th.- Taft ban <iuet to be given t>y the local ehtni I her of commerce Wednesday night. Covers will he laid for two hundred j and Oft) guests, w ho have paid $1 > each for their tickets. The banquet win he given In the Hampton Ter -ace Hotel on the South Carolina side of the Savanntih river. E. H. Harriman arrived at Alken 8 C. to-day. He ;< the guest ot his ronsin. Joseph Harriman He did not as expected come to Augtsrtta and his plans are not known her? SMALLPOX ON KEARSARGE. Strict Quarantine Bein- Maintained? Courtesies Shown Battleships. (Ry Associated Preas.) MALTA. Jan. IS?A ceremonial pa rade was held here today In honor of thp visitinp American warships Sir H. F. flrant. governor of Main, was In command and the review- was witnessed by the Duke of Connaught. Hear Admiral W. P. Potter and ? numerous gathering of American of? ficers an j men. A case <.f ?mallnox has occurred on board the battleship Ke-arsarge. The illness was contracted at Cairn Stric- quarantine is being main? tained, ard tune of (he men of the K-nrsnrste have lieen jiertnittcd to come ashore. Lord of Admiralty Arrives. VII I.EFRANCHE. Fan. is?Th British admiralty yacht Enchantres? w.th Reginald McKenna, firsr lord of the British admiralty aboard, ar rived here tcday. He hopes to arrange a reception to the American naval officers tie? fe re their departure. AGREED TO DIE TOGETHER Police Say Prearranged Plan Ex? ecuted by Ian and Wife. TRAGEDY ENACTED ON SUNDAY LAST Bodiet Discovered Yesterday Side by Side in Bed?Both Shot Throuvh Head?Pistol LayNear by?Theory, fjuictde Pact (By Associated Press I. NORFOLK. Va., Jan. 18?Having, evidently carried out a prearranged plan to die together. Schuyler C. i Carskaddon and wife were found cold In death in their bedrcom on Bj street, near Eighteenth street. South Norfolk. j An examination showed that the, I "idles had been cold for hours and . tha: the deed was probabl/ done, romeMme during Sunday. | Both Mr. and Mrs. Car'kaddon had I been shot through the l?ack of the j bead. The b'lllets crashing through ' their brsins. A pistol was found on the floor by the side cf the bed on which the ; couple lay side by side. Aqreed to Die Together. The theorv of the polio* and it is i borne crl by the physical fact is that j the couple agreed to die together, that the husband ?hc; hfs wife hv pre-, arrangement and th.-n turned the pis-I to; on himself. I The man's hand was hantrinc ever the bed ride and the pistol 'ts?d w-as ( on -he floor lejs than a foot away. The man was foreman foe the ! WaB worth Neville Manti'-irMirinr: plant fed came here frnnj, South B'-rd. Ind . hts former* borne i His wife Is rgj.] to have ceme from New York rity. The disonverv of the lifeles- bodi' -. fol'ow?d the tavestittatkn of neigh? bor!, who h.rame slarnicd over the fa~t '>a' the house w"s closed a'l cf venerdav. last nieht and alro to Note Tells of Intent on The flrdirg of a n<"te tied to s dece v-r.ot- s"d sddre?-.rd ?o a neixh hor in which Carwkr.'dem ".??Ilw o' his in-enfien to ViH hin-.?c!f *r1 wife reared tip an. ?ngo-irr deuM ss Jo the ni'n"rr ef tacir taking off Well Koown in Indians. WITH REND. Tnd . Jan 1? -- Scboyier C. Csrskaddoo and wife who "on.mttfed suicide a' N?rfr.'\ were among 'he hew- kn'wn residents of South Rerd. f.ffe-n Veare ago. Two hr-'hers. Wl'ltan. .-nd John far'V'"'dos. an.? a ulster. Edna. >flll Itie here After Iciving Iks c ?? *he Cirskst -lon? went tn Rav Fitr Mich . 'hen tn New York and tbence to Nor folV Nene of the South n>nd relative? can gtre ?ny explanation of ih?> 'rag edr J-hn rs skaddon to-n??h- *rf? Io* Norfo k ?n take charge of the bot ie? which will nrohal'v be brought to kW'iil? hVn?i for beriai NEWPORT NEW NEWS BY WING WHEN E Horning Pigeons Released From of Great Ship Will Carry the Tidings. MISS CAHALL TO BE THE SPONSOR Novel Idea Suggested by a Member of Wilmington Board cf Trade?Lit-. i tie State Proud of Being Nameeak; of Ship Greater Than British Oread nought. I WILMINGTON. OKL.. Jan IK One o. tin- features in connection with the launching of the battl'-sblp: I dawar- at Newport News on Feb-i ruary i',. will be the releasing of hotn ing pigeons fr-.m the jirow of the ves? sel as tie stern moves toward the wat? r. With envelopes about theiri nee;,., thi- birds will carry tin- tidings of the launching to the people of W? miug'on and Delaware. The idea was suggested by a mi m-' her <>r th-- boatd ol trade of Wilraitig ton. The plan i.- novel, as ??! be every? thing in conmc'ion with 'he launch? ing, so far as the Dt-lawarcans are concerned. It is certain ;o meet with tlf approval of the navy depart men i. Mas Cahall the Sponsor. iMIss Ann*' Pennewill \ aha!], of' Itridgevi'.le, Del., is proud of the dis? tinction conferred upon her of being sponsor for the largest. t>i>e of battle-j shrp ever built by the United States; government, and which exceeds Ir. dimtjifions the famous "Dreadnought.'', of the English navy. FLAG INSULTED. Nebraska Representative Believes It, Was Done by Bohemian Police. ! frly Associated Press.i WASHINGTON, Jan. IS.?-Repre sentative Hitchcock of Nebraska to ' day introduced a resolution calling upn the secretary of state for any' information he may have concern j lng an encounter in the city of; Prague. Bohemia, on or about Decem? ber let. last, between the police au-! thorlties and certain citizens bearing! an American flag. It is chimed that after a struggle, the police seized and publicly tore i the flaK into strips and then trampled! it in the mud. Mr. Hit^hcrrk wants the secretary to inform the house what steps have r?'n takt n to obtain apologv or reps ration for the insit'.t to tlte flag, if such is true ALLEGED SHORTAGE. Missing Ticket Agent Reported to i Have Left Accounts Muddled. j DANVILLE. Va.. Jan. 18. ? (Spe | rial.i?George Pugh. ticke- agent here! j for the Southern Raiiwav for a num ber of years, who has been missing) tor som?- few day*, leaving without j on!-,- explanation, was fo-ind to he $2 -1 1.100 short so it was alleged when hi: j r-co-jnts Were examined to-day Pug.i ; is well connected and his frierds a*d j [relatives here do not b?-!i?-ve th-H fie: j l.as 5>e?n anility of any wrong do'n~ I lie left the city ahont fen days tiro' rt<* some alarm has h<--n fep \. fffo-ta to locate him haxe .n f.i -j Pl.'Ven futile SMALLPOX IN SCHOOL. D sease Breaks Out in Seminary With! ?"?CO Negro Studerts. . iRv Assoeisted Press). LYNCHBCRO. VA . Ian 18 - A ! ra e of Kma'lpnx was dl^rovercd to-1 ,ta\ <n -he Virginia Theological Se-n ! I nary a negro frtst|fution |n rihlcrt] j there ar>-> !** strdents Th" s~!iool is co-educational >mi i=, I<vaf. >| jnsf outside ef -he cpy limit.":. t'n!-.-? 'h" (o-.tntv author!-t.-i <?? ] i taW'.sh s oitar.-infIne thn rlty will ' luaranMr scrl-v ?h- cortntv Ff'l Dead to Court ? Hi '.-sods >d Pres?, > HAMILTON. OHIO Jsn. 18 \e . J-tdge Murph). today s**a'i need l "Bath" C 'tnngamc. a Keatarky feudi. ? <n the peaitestiar) for life fo: Ike ti i-;.-r ef Pa-ish Arri-t the father , of Arne- Ml lira i ia the court room Arr.r- aeensed Co? on game of w roc*. j lng bis home and Coftongam?- k;I!?r! ' htm Order? te Scout Cruisers. WASHINGTON. .Ian 18?The scout crqi.'er? Birmingham ani Salem ,havn br^n rrdeeed t0 Mobile. Ala. where on February I. the plrmtng ham ?Iii He presenvd with s silver -?rvtce h, dt:xen? of Birmingham Th. r w.:i tli?n p'twed tn C iaa laaaaae S, VA.. I HE&DAY, Ji SPOKE INSULTINGLY TO LADY, NEGRO IS LY\CHED\ M?b Force? Cutting Off of Light Cur rent. Then. Cett in It* Deadly Work. (By Associated Press ) HOPE. Ark Jan IS After forcing "ne engineer of the light plant to] rut off the current, leaving the town in Jarkne's, a party of young tutu early today took an eighteen year old negro named Milliard from the entity jail, uud han.-ed hint to | a telegraph pole The negro had spok. n Insultingly to a woman clerk In Hayn, s Hroth ers' store en Krida? . Only the jailor was on duty, the sheriff being iiit of town when the lynchet a attacked the Jail, and over pi wered the jalior. WILSON IN ACCORD. But Differs fiom New Orleans Cctton Exchange Man at to Method*. (By Associate-- Press). WASHINtJTON, 1. C, Jan is Secretary <>t vgriculture Wilson is in thorough accord wiih the sugges tion made to him by President W M Thompson, or the New Orleans Cot? ton Exchange for an extension f the field for consumption of American cotton and will do anything in his pow. r to promo'e euch a movement. The yeereta-y suggests, however, in a letter to President Th nip win. that the proposition should brought to the attent! n or the d<vartment of commerce an | labor, whose province is to investigate foreign field, for e tending Arne lean < mmcrce MILES SAYS HE DID |T. General Declares He Once Rode 90 j Miles in Nine Hours. (By A>?ociated Press). NEW YORK. Ian. 18.?HeneraJ Ne' son A. Mil. s a-ived today from Europe where he has been engaged in auUmobile touring. In speaking of the recent f?f> mile horseback ride- cf President Roose? velt, the general Mid i? did not seem] s-) King ago when he. hitns. if made a rlnety mile tri;> on horsehack in nln? hours, reviewing tr:op3 at the end o;' the journey. ? Aren'* you afraid that some strenu-| ous person may get after you in re-j gar.l to those figures*" he w-as asked by a r- porter. ?Well, if I'm pushed hard enough I may go so far as to make the Jour? ney again ' said the geueral. Seven Burned to Death. :Hv Associated rresai. JOHNSTOWN. PA.. Jan. 18-.?Se\en foreigners who are- said '-o have been stupefied from liquor at a w edding I cek-traik.n. were burned to Jea'h in a fire wh: h destroyed three houses at (Jood;ovvn. Somerset e unty, to? day. The man who started the Are by pouring ot. into s Stove, escaped wit D j painful burns. Contract to be Supplemented. (By Associated Pre??.j NORFOLK. VA.. Jan is.?The cou. t'ac* let by the receivers of the Nor? folk t- So.;:hern Raiiwav to the Mr Lean ConsttucUon Company of Halt! more, for piling for the Norfolk ?V Fo,i-h rn Railway long bridge over Albemarle Sound. N. C. will he sup plementid by a contract for the steel work. The pillr.g contrac; will amount to nbou- % IT', '.in). The total cost of the bridge will he between ?".."???.uns and $ce?> eon Enqireer Killed on Track. STRASRI RO. Va.. Jar.. I?.?Walter Darnell, a:: engineer on the Southern R'llw.v-. hilled sn the frc'ght >arls thi- morning He was walk ing ale ng tne track to the engine, when th.- tender of tne .witch en gine stnick him. He w*s dracg.-i rev . r?i hundred yard-- and fMind a fe? mi -it-s afterw.Td No ope ?? 'ue**e| the acridcit The V-d.- was f? arfnllv ?.- i- i H >i< 3 natl' e of D* laplan.-. Va . and w ?s .V-c-it 'orly nlne ' ears 'f age i'e leave -t w .de.?- nd two small rhi'dr. -n E.r.H?er-? Years f~- Murder ' M *CX ANDRIA. Va . Jan !?.. - Shnrtl. roni midr--;* a t i-- t- 'he eir-.r' of Alr\T-?4n? e nntv. *::' <? I T Tboiaf.n ret:i--e. d ? i..r'i ? ~ ,!>? in Ihn ej>.e of l.'W K r. -eep i nesrt ?>. ir^icted fi; the meide- . ' ' h-r'es V- s?v. Snc'h-..* ;n.--?? ?n : ?he ?e-:.?d man wa* sei* rr.rc.l . Vo e .-n I ear:* la 'he r" ' ???n-iarv Ma;0- Munter t-> Spea? RICHM*?M\ Va . .'an ;s Mal Robert V ti-mocr. keoj-er oi <"onfed eit'e red '- ef the }a)atr of Virgin!* e-ii; V.l f 'li;a 3'ternoeu for War': 'nf mi w-e re be arVt hitter 1 ttv eelehr^V I "f the Confederate Vet era- A??""tafi'S there A ?Sil an1 htsnqwet ?' '1 bm ghen t?y ?he awenrla Hon .n th. Near Wlliard tonUbt and 'naift"" ' 'cht Mayo- Hur.ter wilt del've* ?l-frev* rn "elopers' ly? ' Holm--. '' ad of Wlerhc-t ; (Dr Ra MeaVm win abv- ?vfver ?Um ?aa kNUARY ISUMS). OUSTER DECREE AND FINE BOTH ARE AFFIRMED Supreme Court of United States Op hold's Texas' Action in Wat? ers-Pierce Oil Cases. DtCISIOMS WERE UNANIMOUS Result >s a Victory for State Antl Trust Law?Branch of Standard 01', Company Must Pay Over Million and Half m Fines to Common wealth (R. Asiortatea Press.) WASHINGTON. I) C. Jan. is - The Supreme Court of the United States today atiiim d the decree oti 'In- Stan- courts of Texas, imposln;; a lit i- of ll.ti25.otMJ on the Waters, Pien e Oil Company, ef st I.outs. and ? istlug it from the State on h" charge "f violating the T?-xns antl-J trtis- law. Th.nr: al.so sin tallied th-- action of the Te\.iH State courts in the a;e j polmmei.4 of Robert J Eckhsrt a>-1 receiver and 'bus aicain decided] against the company which sought to! have sustained the action of the Fed? eral court in appointing C. B. Dorches. i t- r at tin* instance of the company, i The decisions in the case were unanimous. Lower Court Favored State. One of the receivership cases came; to the court ou a writ of error from 1 the Supreme judicial district court1 of Texas a::d the other from the Unit-1 ? d State* Circuit Court of Appears for the Fifh circuit In both of which i courts the decisions were favorable i to the State. Robert J. Echhart was appointed rec her by the Travis county State! court i n the theory that such api>oln-- | meut was necessary to preserve ttte property of the company until th"; penalty imposed could be collected. | Fines Nat Excessive. I Justice Day in the dec'slon, dis-j cussej the contention that the fines' iniitsed were not excessive saying that the business done jn Texas by the company was very extensive and highly profitable. the .tt^perty! amounting to more than Iti.i.OoO.OoO and its dividends a:> high as TOO per c nt. j>t annum. ? Assuming.'- he said "that the de? fendant was guilty of a violation of law? over a period of years and In transacting business upon so laree a scale, we are not prepired Ui say that there was want of due pr ess of law in the penalties imposed.' TN- action was begun in the Slate court under the state antitrust laws. The Mil charged tha* the company had violated th" State's laws every <lsy. through a conspiracy wl h th Standard Oil Company, of New Jer? sey, to ?-ontrol the oil business in T'-xas. but 'he company di-nied th? charge and In addllfoa contended that even if it had violated th- law. it was no* amenable, because -he httsl ness transacted was of au Interstate hirxcter. and sherefore subject only to control by th- Unite,| States an thori'ics The penalty wa- a- the rate of t."?0 et day from that time on. TOO MANY SHIPS. Bortsn Clergymen Remonstrate Against Further Naval Increare. fBy Associated Press I nOSTON. Mass Jan is?A re monstrance a-vin?i a further increase of the t'nit-d Sfat?-s r.aw. stgn..: hy Z2i rlercrnw-n ?>f varlr we deaomi 111 in I tost on arid vicinity. wa? ?v? to t*tm:r'?. <>?;:> It :? the \? i?-f nf th- mlniste ?bat ravttl pr<-p rat.ons !ia-.?- emit: j ?o mormon?!' s.< to lirmsne a dis j'ns '.ic I. rd. n 'i ???:> ,-le ricbert na Ition, snd a t set-al r.'i n c- to the ! . ..? h Nrr M-it Ser. .rp 0v sion. iRt A??"" ist?* fr-s? i WARHIVOTOY 1 r I?. -PoMmae l-e r>n. pi Ve-<-?- iidw ecnoortrrd jth.i the wc!'t'i rtlvt-iol ef th? rail ' - tv ma l sirv''-?- " '?! he ortrinired > P' i?r-..T I. ;-xt a* New Or with M n :>tw-oe sa sc. j pei ?en'*. \;t ma'terj r?rtstn t eg ? ? m>-v mal' tee in '? v- . |p and l/nMaia will he mm d. r th- 'r-tad-t ?T ,.; .?? ,t , -tt.-ton Bar man To ?> JvsVer V tSHlNOTON. Ivn is Ptr-1 -ir-t n?v ??.. tt to 'av ?? n< to the rl tie the nentins' rn r.f Herbert P S?-awrl- 'n 1? '?.?!-?? of ?hr ???lern at.if'-: ,f Vntii i-jmt ? a thereb* ?.-?Mling a v Igoroj -' ' ffbt o??r Ihil ? >? ?. AFTER StABOARD Rrp itrd That Hl'riman Wi'l Buy Out Ryan'? Interests. i My Associated rreas.) WASIIINGON. Jan in The visit u( K II Harrtmnn t<> Washington is said tu be;;r upon his long-cherished wish to gain control of the Seaboard Aiv Un?\ It U reported that he came to Washington t ? confer ?Ith certain of the stockholders who are South er:i nieu. He returned to New York last nigh' So tar as ran I?- ascer? tained he did net call at tue White i louse. Tie- load has tor -.'me time been operated under a joint receivership representing the .lohn Skeltoii Wil? liams Interests and tie- Thomas F. Ryan Interests It !s now said that Ryan, who recently announced his re? tirement Irom active business. 1h wtl ling to consider a fair proposition to dispose ?'f his holdings in the Sea la u l an dttiat llarriman wants to Laiy. Several years ago Mr. liarrlman jo to d tin Southern Pacific and the Illinois Central and later acquired an interest in (he Centr; | of Georgia. It i* said " w that he desires to extend his activities and holdings in the Southern f.eld. and 'hat the oppor? tunity to do se. he thinks, lies in the acquisition of the Seaboard. The Seaboard, running from Rich mond to Tampa, thr. ugh the Kastern section of Virfiinia. the Carolina*. Georgia and through Central Florida to Jacksonville, and thence to the west const to Tampa, traverse* a sec? tion rich in ti linage possibilities. It would llarriman another competing line of the Louisville and Nashville, which is the Illinois Central's most formidable competitor, and which Is a part of ihe Atlantic Coast Line sys? tem, whose chief competitor for the traffic of the Kastern Shore from Virginia t? Florida is the S' aboard FOR A MEMORIAL TO LEE Pptjsident Will Urge That Steps He Taken to Tills End. WRITES LETTERS TO COIIITTEE Reminds Members That He Suggested Two Years Ago a Fitting Memorial of the Life and Deeds of the Great Commander. WASHINGTON. Jan. IS?Tomor? row being the anniversary of the birth of General Rot??rt E. Lee. the President wilj eommenimorate it by s-ndlng to Govmcr Heyward of I Sou'h Carolina. Charles Francs Ad? ams, of Massachusetts and Wade H. Ellis, assistant to the atti rney gen ? era] of the United States, part of an advisory committee of 'he Robert E. Lee Memorial A.ss<H-iatlon. a letter inquiring whetht r steps cannot In taken to provide a memorial as sng ceste-j by blm two years ago when the one hundredth birthday anniver? sary war celebrated commemorating General Lee's life and deeds. He asks if the committee cannot ? arrange for a meeting to take defi? nite steps toward hiving such a me? morial. The President's letter folllows. "The White House, Washington D C Jan in. U>i'9 "Gent lernen: ? ?er in antir'patirn of the one hun? dredth anr.irersary of the birth of 'Robert 1* l.ee. At that time the rugs-'s'inii w.-x- made that a fitting memorial r-mnn norsting G?-nerai lye's life and deeds . hotild he erected h appeal'ng fo all of otjr people in everv section of this cruntry for the es sii'ishmenf of inch a memorial In some cdii-s.'tonsl institution in the i South This d"? h?ing the annl . T?TMri or his bi-th I wo iM like to ja*V whether r'eps csnnett at once he , ake nto pr?' ide ?u-h a memorial. 1 ? understand 'haI it ha? tns-n definitely i ronrhided to place jt a' Washington 'i"d 1-ce t'ntier'ity -a nnlw-r?itr en ? dowed bv Wa-hingion and where ! i:?nera] !.??? aasfi-d in honorable ser Ivice the r'osing year* of his life and I where b'? l ?d- now lies Co-'M no' j venr commi't'?? arrar.sc for a nj"*** ? >g ;e Washing'o-i or elsewh?-rv. if ;^o?ir cemmtt'ee th'nk* it wiser at wl.ic'. dclntte .'^ps toward th<- de -?-??d et; j can be 'afcen. ' Sine reH '?e>nrc. THKODORK ROOSKYKLT ' Bishop McOuaid Deed ?Rt Asauslaicd Wtc*? i RorilKSTEIt V T.. Jnn I? - i Right Rev Bernard J McVusld. : bishop of the Roman Cathottr dioe-c*? 'of Rnelies'-r died earlv tnda>. aged i Hi rears. Des'h followed an J'nc of rlghf njon'hs i Misbo.t 'V Vua.d ?i< bom In New , York elf- He was clana'ed to th* ? p-uatho- on Jannarv M. ta44. fa ! 1*?1 he was made biehop of Rothes tee THE WIATMM. Increasing cloudiness and warmer Tuesday: Wednesday threatening weathsr snd wsrnv ?r; tight variable winds shift? ing to southssst and south. PRICK TWO CEJ HEW YORK DEMOCRAT VOTED OFF THE HOI Kill&t Employed Intemperate guage In Denunciation of Presi? dent in the House. IM NEARLY FINISHED HIS Congressman Applied to Chief tve Many Picturesque and Ur plimentary Terms?Repeated tests from Republican Members Hs>j suit in Compelling New Yorker vM Take His seat. 1 fRv Assoctsted Press I. WASHINGTON*. Jan. 18? A tional and litter attack on Presi-j (i. i't Roosevelt was mat'io in tksj| House if Representatives to-day by] Mr. Willi-t, Democrat, of New YorftJ which were delivered under the tta < cose of general debate on the pofra Mon appropriation bill, wre cut short| by a vote of the house that It hear ii- more of them. So vehement^ was the denunciation of the chief < ecutive that It feenjed as ir the Neaff York member raked the dictionary] for words which would properly press bis feeling*. The lTesldcin was characterises!) as a "gargoyle, tyrant, pigmy. 4 srecdant of Dutch trades people, ht tender, fountain cf billingsgate mammoth Jocularity Imitation of ? king and hop-is hero." As It was Mr. WIIlet had complete* the reading of about three fourths bis speech when after repeated peals to the chair by numerous publicans that had called him tdj order he pas compelled to take feu seat, it was on a motion by agm randier, of Mississippi, that the Not? York memher be allowed to proceed) "in order" that the house voted him ofr the floor. 78 to 125. Willett gsys He Was Muzzled. Mr. Willett freely remarked on f floor that the action of the body "pa* an end to free speech." After the furor which the created had subsided a number of members spoke on various subjecta. Mr Smith of Missouri pleaded for P< n si on.- for certain militiamen of Missouri: Mr I.ansW of Kentucky did likewise for some of his ttents; Mr. Ncrris of Nebraska tacked the house rules; BfT. aga of Porto Rico presented argnv ments to show that Porto Rico hast rot progressed politically and Mesaraf Goulden cf New York. Bowers of afJs sissippi and Keifer of Ohio, discussesj the merits cf the pension bill. In the course of his remarks Mr. WIKe't sa<d in part: After declaring that in the face eC all sorts of conditions Americana were possessed of a universal of humor. Mr Willett **id that* such a peop'e "it must be confe a Chbr Magistrate who has hi no sense cf humor, moving like horre-f elder over the hay field of American activities; stirring up ' drying l-'.?de of once green grass, let it fall dryer than tx>fore; ing one day with the practical clans, then with the part-yoor-hair the middle reformers, tnen wltfc toclalJata, -hen with the great tri^l corporations: wrestling la cf spirit with Noah Webster asm glorious English tongue; taking a out cf nat ire-fakers; exhorting women to avoid race suicide, be an unmixed nuisance. "He p'.aya tyrant, to he sure, he is a try ant who fears the tickler. He ?ees things that hare I b;.d smell, het 'he fresh breesn Capitol Hill doesn't let the odor cer He tiies ot:t patience, but he Is ways snsd as laugh at. Thsnk ?n for the thincs that make as Without them we might essflr rome raw untamed Auric ? rr'k.t'g mifh of Magna Charta, lowing about an effete Rtf! of or even read? to fight fOT ft thought fr.x-dom of speech aad free* dorn o' the pr?~<. as did our uncfvgjls ed ancestors at Iy-xlrttjton and B*aaa> HlilV M' Ul'l. Tt cave * hnef biocrapad" Mr R's iif- hednuing wttfe ? experience as a cow bey ?Iowa ss e pre*..n- time sad arroacd kin, tg h s e r'-, manhoo-f. of haMot bad pfs> ;n?t.rotis notions, of having keifesT* ?e, r. tarv l.-rr. of being "a snrrsfl ? ob? in Cuoa ? of having wo? tire Wasj York gmernorsh<p by a mere flafca ?ben the false baH of sxc Jnaa HM vi? a!vr*e his head; the beneficiary of atsarsinatior snd last aad crowning ni. r? rf |.,rk the nominee for presfr dent ?ii.-n ?it ?he aggressive sjB> m<?n-- of fh?- epron.it>on wasted to sag their own caadidste gadBated. sasj Vitt om- Jo-misrlty has got s ssajsfj with nverv tppearaaee the OsrfjsTfll (Couiiased an Third