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oniy newspaper publish! Newport New* that re the full news service 01 Associated Press. VOL. XIV. NO. 17. ONE JUROR CHALLENGED; NO OTHERS SWORN IN yesterday's Proceedings in Cooper Stiarpe Murder Trial Were Un? productive nl Results. HUMOR AN ELEMENT IN THE RULINGS Judge Sitt c.g on Cscc . of Men Charged W.th Slaying Ex Senator Carmack Gr.-.nts Morning Teddy and Dice RolIirr_. Privilege to Six Men Already Enrolled. (By Associated Press.) XASHV1LI.K TEXX.. I' --' Tin- third da., nf '!?<? Co?i|>er-Sharpe murder ir;::| passed Ii t otiij without .-ecuriiig aiiotncr juror. I tit .: the motion < f the state i ?? sustained, one of the si\ already e!|!,... n -,\ ,11 he ! i lillliliati d. her:. ,-.- he was ility\i rated u -e-n he : e|Mirt< d lor scr\ \ ? ! j ?,. as < Ii?.m ii Ti.e state <?: i:!!is it srriirt :1 kltowl i.''.e Juror l.ei^.i'.- condition aftei r had accepted In'" and .lud re tlari f-rt lomoirow .it '.i o'clock a tu to pass :i|K)ti the motion. Tlie sutr.inotiing of .".i"i aii.iiiiona1 talesmen began late this altciuto n to appiar Monday when the etfort ] will I'- n.a.Ie to complete the jury w lii h will try the alleged slayeis j ? t ex-Senator Oarniaek. i .indue Hart announced toni^lit that im sessions cf tin- trial will lie held < n Sat urduy. He believes that the ?as- cat: be completed more rapidly by giving the attorneys one day in si\ :ii which in consult. Wants Morning Tcdti,'. When tin- six selected jurors w< re brought into the < . irr today one of them. J. M. White worth, called Jud;-v j Hart and said: "Judge. I've been used to my morn? ing todd. Tor a geed many years and I missed i: powerfully this morning. Can't 1 get one ju.-t one, every morn-1 ins?" "The constitution prohibits un.isual or cruel punishment. ' remarked the court, judicially. "Mr. Officer, see that iho.v gentlemen who are wont t have a toddy, get their toddy here? after." It became known this m: ruing that Judge Alliscn of the chancery court who was killed by Juror White worth's brother a f< w years :.zo was the father-in-law <-f Attorney General McCarn. who is prfsectrting ihis ras??. Stands Very Hiqh. He stands very high in the com? munity, however, titid is regarded as one of the best men yet Selected. Mrs. John Sharp,, was the only rel? ative of any of the attendants lu court this morning wh t> the pro ceedings began, l ater Coli nel Coop ? r's daughter and nieces arrived and greeted their kinsman <;n trial affec tionat? !y. I..it' r the attorneys asked for a conference and were granted forty minutes. Juror Hart then suggested that the jurors retire to their room where thev could be made ni re contf rta ble.' May Hold High Revelry. 'Can thej piny cards" asked th ? deputy. "Ye:;, and roll dice ,>n the Boor if they want to." retorted the court. When the conference was ended the f:r.-f surprise t.f the tr: il was itpntng in the form < f affidavits fi!e.1 by the state attacking the competen? cy of one of the six jurors already chosen Th" document was offered by \: torney General MeCarn *h: slid It has c; ni" to our attention that .1 S Leigh, th ? s ~o:id man chosen, w as drunk the day before Th - In? di-.pn ifics anv man who his been ?Burk at any ftni?* sice., th lernt of c. :ir: -it which he serves has convened We challenge him f<?r cause." Mr Anderson for the defense''h |eet?-d at'd :sk'd time to examine the affidavit This was grirtcd bv the ctnir' State More C-Swtious. The jtei... ord-n ,i the ?>xat:ii: i' n of the talesmen to pmr<n| pendln? a derini n 'o the cosnpefet:rv of .l-iror l^ iith The incident appeared to make lb. \ attirney mor-- cautious and h" t-xan to .j i.--. prospective hirors o do*. Iv that the defense rttjected to "argnnn nt with wits* 'nea." Captain Fit/hurh for the t.rosccti ? n i? p.i-Ni hot . -hat h ? mu?< l< am the disposition <>f the Witness !? for hi- c uld jude? whether nr ;,ot to ;i'e*pt him Ea'-h man thereafter was a?),e/| wbeth-r or not he drank and wheth ?i or t t h.- cot drunk <?i.* man s-id hi- drank ofte? !,-t ?:r?t dmns onlv ??Vn g- had nofh nr ?-l?r to do. He decla"e?| h.v last celebration w.-? ftHrjt sl? tiH< aim H> was rejertot by the ?t?te Sbortlv after sdkwtnwt-nt of coitr* this if i-rnoon Judge Hart t<^cam? > ..I.I. i: > ;i| ai. I a | li>>ic!U!i wa still ll?illi ll iii .if. ;i.J IlilM Ac ite ill i... si i' ii was 'he lrt>'!Iii and |at.< tili-- .ill ? i Ihm ill t ln> ;..i.I. ? I ? ,s I, In-* i r. Hi \V (j Kwi: g thinks .1 n.iHat Will In tiliil" in .. II i niitl In <ih|l-l :it t h<- .1 ? il t in. I v. \|i,iii!:i'. morn in; TILLMAN CHAMPIONS FREEDOM OF PRESS Wcuid Regard President's Success in Panama Libel Suit ;.s Public Calamity. < rt\ th" ' v ?>'???>?? .I rn-ss ? vv V.-'HINGT < >.\. I> c Jan. i . ?!:!! hi' J.. t ? |!<l |i.i'l i"t i -in coll f;bil!!> "1 the I't i-sidi'lilsuccess ' in It!, - P. ti.tma Iii I -as- t. w Im in: in j vi-r'iiuuti-d \i\ tin' Brand j.irb ,i in this city ai .1 in \i-? York, S. natnr Til. man ??( > iti'li Carolina in a statetn lit tonight m it:i|.-l a noli" ut -v iriiiiuj on the <|11? << ii.ii in" t!ii 11 ? tIn Am. rici.ii pi - - The -'ati-nn nt is as follows: "Tlii :-.-!;?? is a momentous one JelfeiSOII lle< red that ';is between a go\i t ttm- ?;? ifhotit ; rwsiiilpers and in v. - p i|n-r.. wiiho-tt a - v,-nt till nt. In would el.se the '; ti r.' ?ii i aus. . when |ire.|i'-rly Informed the |i'-o| Ji" .-. i 11 nr. t-et themselves '-ve.-i without :? ._?< wr: ni'-iil through th- in .-: run: t'l al.ty ? f |iublie opinion F-e; Prers Is Bulwark. \ |ites,4 can aloni" preserve i e'itittjons Our tr at dnugei Iiis in lite control if Ibe pre.-s and it- c !;.-? m:? lit sul ServicilC) to those who 'i:e i' to il. r die the |i.-o;ile at.il I 1. petuattheir grasp upon p-wer "Tie America ] |:? onle cannot ?narrt ?...j >:ealo i.-ly ti..- right of freedom "' <r- ??: '.: an.I ti- edom to print whatevi r i in the public it.', ri .-t. Th.- news oarers now under fire f r their offers to . xnofe ccr.i ptic.n in public place; should have t!:.- active s ippc.rt of every true American tot- their cause ?< the cause of us ail." Leite- Operated Upon. I By Associated Preaa.j Ciril AO'). Iii... Jan. 22- I seph Leiter, whose attempt to corner tie' v. heal market -ome years a o caused i ten.-af ion. was operated on today tor ai.pendieitis, I.: tonight Mr l^iter's condition wa> reji rted nnsatisfactcry. INRESPOMSETOFORAKER President Sends Message to Senate in Reply to Inquiry. SOME INFORMATION WITHHELD But P.cosevclt Offers Rest of It to the Senate Committee on Military Af? fairs?Precedent fcr Withholding of N,mt3. iRy Associated Pres.-.) WASHINGTON. I? C Jan. 1Z Preside?;! RiKiscvcit todaj sent to tie' Senate a response to Senator Fora k. r's r.-.-o|i?tion c .1' in: upon the so r.-tnry ci th - treasury far an itemized staterni i.t f the < Nje-nditiirej from tie- $::.oi>o.ni..i war defio nry fund. Ti:?- r. ply reached Ihc senate in th" form of a i ? vc.tite document. I* n;:i p- lts to li ? ,i . limpe t.- t-.rswei so tar a- th-- me if the w ;- i|e|j 11' tu-y f. nd :s concerned, but some ?i i!,.- names of p r.ois ? Piy:i.< ;:ts w. r- male were withheld I': a m s are v.. i'b was r.-ad it' ;..r t ft vsion tbe president soys ih->t t; tl ? nauie-i : d?--ire.l. he will fur i-.sh ih--n' to t!;-- contmittir on mil it.i"t affair* THou^ht Expe.-.t:tures Unwarranted. '.:. Pi : i'.< r it.'nid'iced hi- resola ? c.-i to t w:?'c the anmwnc m<nt in conne-ii r. ?::h the Brownsville at fn'r ilvt p-i.ate rf.'.cthes hrd !?een l .,, frc-:t P>i? fun I. trkins the ikis; ti-.- tl,^' inch an . xri-nditcre was i< ? w.i . itil'd by th"- |HirjHive lot which the emersenr;. fund was iti i. nd< d I! ? H U* P-eslden? R.? ?? c|f n a.- l ir ? Ci'ioldina certrin nan: s t> wb m r2)";- nt bad been made i? i' -m ' in a respo ise to a si .-?.t. ri'Mi'iit1'?. caliiiic upon the lat? Pr? d" n* Vi Kinlev f r the a- conr.t ; i f <h" fre.tti of the Parish ennimis Vandc-bet's Yacht Arrives. (By associated Press). SFW >?iRK Irn 22 -The ?tcam i I t Tiranlaitta \V K Van :. rb:rt - . r.*n>". arrived here todvy. nas^ins ? n - rant ine p: ] ;| p m Tin- T?tanfa't'a left Xi w Vork in M-n rrli?-r for a rniV around C. l-S. - ?Iii,, in the harirfr ff Havana he ba l troible wph h T macblne-v ind the tr'p ma: aluodonel Mr ram!erh't a.?d a thirty of friend? turnip- f New York. NEWPORT NEWS PEACE ARGUMENTS House, Unimpressed by Tawneg s I Allegations of Japan's Weakness, j Voles lor Two Batllesnips. 1 RACES WONT MIX, SAKS COCKRAN j N;w Yorker Spoke of Crowing Nun j be s cf Alien Race cn Pacific Coast ' ?Declares Japanese W II Fight I When Their Nstional Pride is Step ! I psd Upon. (P.-. A soc.atc,. press). WASHINGTON ii C. J.i:t j:' . \\ in 11 the House id K-. ?..?.? n'.i'iv i 11. !;.. 1. m1111. ,1 con ;d< rattua t t.e j l.av.il apviup: liii ion iiiil tin' in--tubers j were pliim .1 lor I! i:a] li?h ov? - j i!i-' i: ? teasi in il.i l.u.al ? stiiinile j S; ? aiting in support < i" an itueml j lie ?:! b; M- r i..l. i South ?'.; el liai j stri'il;i: . ..: the b,:ltl< .-htp prm isioti. j ? r. I'.irth. < V. sour:. .b i tar ?' j :hat it' :!n te Hi r was a f???:?? wie- : j sttidi an ?; ?: > pria'loa wa* unwise | and until eess try it v. u now. j "I: is Hinieci Miry." he said, "in i ('.III- ?? We iire at I ' a ?? W 11 h all til ' j win Id. and we !:;.;. wisely manage d I ? . atcgunnj nur peace Ii has i:?-w?l been safeguard" d be .." ' I am getting somewhat tired, he said amid loud applause, "cn the.-ej ai.nualh ncurring wars with .la'.at; I ?hieb occur simultaneously wi:'n the I consideration et the naval ap: rnpr.::-1 ' ; ion bill ? Ssys Japan is -'oor. j Mr Ta wnej declare | that Japnn : could not sr.- to war and could no I imp se a tart hing more of tax than J was now imposed without a rcvoln j tion. That, however, he said, was, lint ike only rea.- on. "Would Japan." he inquired, "even J if she wie equipped financially, ever think of sending .1 fleet of warships] or battleships from Yokohama to a'-j tock our Pacific roast in time i\ war?" Hawaii's Future Strength. She would, he s-iid. have to be -up plied somewhere in the Pacific witi a naval bas?', where she could coal) . In r ships and make necessary r? pairs There was no sue!: place in he Pact tin. exec t the Hawaiian island- an. ?he declared that when the fcrtiflca j tions provided for were complete.I ;!)?? islan Is would b<- as impregnable as Gibraltar, j Continuing Mr T.twney sa d tha' I there was n > naval vessel afloa: that !c tHd sail from Yokohama to :he Pa ; ciflc coast afid hack again wi h he: own c-oal. a;ii! such a fleet could i-o: be supplied with enoueh collier.; ti ! meet ;he requirements ! He .-[lOUe of the recent agr< ? i between the I'nifed States and .1 i , p.m. which lie .-.aid. 'we are iold it - j i stires perpetual relation- n| peg, i wuh tha* country." Water Stretches Best Defer.se. Ti." two cyceans. he declarecl wci ? greater bulwarks of defense of tJi ; c tie try than battleships. I The fni < i States was no: te i as the oilier countries t,:.?. ?? r ? con stantiy Leing compared with i". tie I matter of -aval const ruction. "There is no country th.T can ? strike effectively.' he exclaimed. ' with I ' 'he :nr;iiicattor.s w.. tow have atut i with tie- nav> w.. now have " Touching on the finances of :!iei government Mr Tawr--.- predicted a I <i< !i' :? this na" of .> an: next year of JI :t >???>. ?> ?? Th? n r. cons: run ion of :h< i wo h. Ctles!,|; s. declare I Mr Slay den cTexa-i. would he a decla:ation t the world that the Cm ?? j s..-.teS did n.?' desire nor expect w.i-. We A-e Still V/orr.ors. R? pr< .?enta'ivac Ho. kin* l?mnd rea | a !<>r the ii.cn a?- of the n?\\ In th-. w.niike rharan'er of 'he Anterf ran people Kv ? ciii'-ra'Hin ol | Americans, re- obi. ha? .'ad it. war | and probald-. v.- \: rer.??ratK?f | Would have p. war M- Rnrt-n in rppotlng :hn naval Increase d- clap : Ilia" no treat eon leq-ion o' 'h< I nl'ed S a <?% hal ever hwn accomplished b> a great Aavv. I!" instant? t the ???rwrtnjr; of the] o;,. n .loot in rt.ir i w ni, h he sai 1.1 wtictd hau !?? ? m tii?n.i'ii, by sending! battleships !?! ih' Orient I Races Wont Mix. Mr Cotk-^n of New York, cxnrc..-. i. t th?- *;<w tha it im unao??thl< for anv "?n race* to live together cn feto, of eouality Me rp ike or the grow-rg nnnib-r? ?Con ir.ned c-n Sixfn Page). , VA., SATURDAY, <L terrific collision of trains kills many Penney Ivan a Railroad Officials Rc pulse Newspaper Men?Detail* of Smashup Unobtainable. <Hv A>?ocla*. .1 Press) JOHNSTOWN, P\ Li i .?: Run lulii- at .1 ? ; < <mI o! :i. '. . toll. , .in hour, ? In- s< cutid ? ; ""i "I i s: !. r.is ? mm.-sk. .mi In ??.-tii's' I..' I i;i.i Riilro.nl. which I- P ,: i ' l"hi i t ? !. ii.lo ill.' II: ? ' ti ... <?? ? ' !.ad Im i \? :"i a- . u-at a> .: ?>' j In tw. ii S. ? ? Ii P' :' and v -in.', r ! Mill I,a.?aii as * I.* ? ? -? ? ? ? nid ?a r !i '?? ? i!ic foicc . ? ? . e .iin : kilUi'i' ali i Injn: in? '?? . :.? . j i l:. -.. i-lllld ? i ill! i ? ;. : |i|".ill In :id> r i Ii I wo i.'' -?? ? t- - i- ' ' \ i. i,| -ii hate 'tin i; !|. I a.i'. i tlimiiah Mi" Br?: lm:iio<li:itel.>. alt- i . ?? :? Imr-1 V. . .il!.- wit.' is -U'-il '??? ?:? .i..'!. I.' ' ph> ii-,ans a; !? ? ii 'i - :d:i ??? a.. 1 V ??! a and i:i !?? ; " ? i .in lm.tr in-ai ii .*.?? |ili>> ici?'s ivi" ?; tii-- \\ t\ "il iii' s. Cite ??!' ' 111 ... i i.| ? t I I"- . w n cfc i'm* It l.-.I In-1..i - ?tapli stations am: it i- i nv , V. :? ii -Ii.' -|h- :u :>.i 1 ii.- .- ? ? r> -Ai t'- - ,1'lotii ! -i tin ? t .. nt in'ws'.;.' ? - '. >?.'i i : i i>m|.:-i!> im; ihi | by '?? '? ins T!i. lat. .-: diPmilir ??:, . ! ? ',i . I? ;? lu i in- ? ffi-ci t'.a' t.... '? m!ii*. hate I.. ? ,i aken ti in :!n- ? ? .::??!!- I .1 ?? ai - :. .,| >.;it man) Inj'ii .| ha'.?? In .-:i tak. n i-.in 'I... d< hi : CONTENDsThAT ^CLAIMS OFFSET SUBSCRIPTIONS B.ntai-d a Co., File , ctiticn in Suit Brought by the Exposition Com pany Receivers. NORFOLK. VA . Jan In Urn fcdotai ? -;ti action :i ainsl 1.27:: Je linuii. iii preferred and common rti-c khchPrs of the Jamestown Kxp -i sition. tin- < laim was male today \ in a pM tii-t, til (1 b> \V. H. Barnaid and ('output-, that in a resolution J of the board of srv.rnors all delin? quent subscribers to stock an- .-x- j enipt from s ;t in sa far as claim-1 i again i tie- exposition company will ; r ver in th'1 an." ant of th ir unpaid stork. i Mativ of th- i.:7- defi ndat ts an so affected Counsel fir ti.. general creditors of the exposition company answered! ly saying that '!,?- resolution of the I 1> tird >f Boveinor- permitting tie-1 offset applicatii.il i f exposition claims to stock subscription was illegal in-- I cause the exposi'ioii complin w.i 4 not s heet at time . f it.- adop t ion. bryan's daughter files suit for divorce Reaion Set Forth in Petition Is All? eged Non-Support?Husband Is in Paris. I.INTO! N. Mi-t. Jan .'2 Ruth I Itryan L?-a\itt. da -thter of William 1 .1 Itrjan, tmia\ ' ? ?! suit f< r divorce [rem William II !.. avitt T. S Allen. the- i,-.-law of Mr "rvati. i.- the ait rney for the plain? tiff. I., avitt is 't. Paris. Th>' reason CivcTi in the petit: n is alleged non support. To minimi/.- ; iclty the atforn?'\ ejtereised a .-onitn-iti privilege of tak ins l.-aejr into hi- siossesslon the do uments in the ESTIMATES CuT NEARlY TEN MILLION GOLLAUS Heu?; Com-ni:tec on Appropriations S-arhea Kecc --nendations fcr Saacoast Fc .-t.fications. m. \-s < Ii d Pre-?>? WASHINGTON :? P. s.u. Cnftintr d an ? ? estimates r.earl;. <pi.isiii.iH tl.. ;.rnmtii :t-e i.ii | r.ppropriaikms ?? a-rreci to ? iK>r* | the f.; tlfic-tm: . I eirryinc on!, j ?T.iiL'n.l 11 f.?r th next firca' year Th'- tars :t csrrbd s tha: I of Jl .km i ? ritt |,..f. ; ies in : ihe philippli ., ids. p r the r-rr-i ? ?f Port Pi. v- i an ? F" ? V? i: Pen- icol i. f"' i *.">'?; I"' : .if I a- weil >s $1? Ooo 1, ^ s-aa.ii: ' Fi rt Trav. t;al ie t. n. T. ? i 8 g F r? Trr-'tera Prin;et-3n ... sf?-a rre*e ? pr.Ni ::t??\ i j^-. p whi h ?1-.-?'.: wi|e- ota ire n-c-: n of 'I- br. ?e out ?hurt ? afti r ' . ih ? asornina the Terniinal i urant The lr?r..| , . 1 t'trfiTM-nt in aide to r--.? - be hlatt-- and sc?' to Tr. ntrei -tattcc TT..- I ti I dormitory f fej Pr r ton I r .? ? ? < ?.? on y a Sr dre.| -.a-d a?a Tin t'\.i to?al 'arlines'l rsused It b. ::g e., . pipes and bmken elect rii res HfnJents a- . ? '"n.? ar-- ??sistii.s 'he fireni<n f\NUARY 23, 1909. "JOHN MltCNELL DAY" IN MINERS CONVENTION Leader Expresses His Views Upon Rights of Free Speech and Free Press. G3iKIPtR3 SENDS HIS GREETINGS Milciiell Says Injunction Net All B.'.d Rut Sc.netinies Misused?Rei:udi ates Ncthirtg He Has Said or Wr,ti ten?Moi ;y Voted Tor Defense of Leaders. (By Associated Tress.) INHI \\ \POI.IS. I SI) Jan -- Tili ? wa Jo'isi Milch. II hay m Hi" . -i\. miou til 'if I nit.ai Mint' Work ? : . i I Aim t id When the I rincr |H i siileiil of ' h ' liiltn r? npp.a-cd "ti Mil- si ig. of Tom'ii:.-on ii ii:. i :..? d< -legate, wen* w il.l v ft Ii i 'i i im..la in M Mitchell said a ? I f' ? I k? < '.I-, m i: Itlve to :hc r ? ri'i'ti n you have given nie Ulis day. I' wo ild .iv that at least in a inincrV ( om . in inn. a former leadc <>f laboring !?? ople lo.si none r Irs lustre because he is s? ntence,| m i.nl " Mr \ lieh? 1! ; Ictured wli it lo- con? fide H d '??' iiijustiee of a system by wliieh the eonsiif utional tights "i ?r. '? .-p. ? i It and a t'n e press w< re denied" and by which neu could he deprived of 'heir liberty witlu nt a 11 .aI by jury. He Repudiated Nothing. He repudiated nothing that he had Faid or written in his ho U in the past concerning the cJuVy of p.- jsuit " '? '>?'| an\ order unjustly depriving f.oop.i i ?.f thei,- const it in iona! rights. The injunction Mr. Mitchell de? clared, w as not all bad. bin he sai i it had been used as au itistrunn of oppression. 1- .1 McLesti r. a delegate, move: that a petition be prepared and e! iii. -M .: 'e Pre; iden; i:.i sey e" j ?.? testing against Judge Wright , ue et ion. It i.. t,, b.- signe,! by every d 1 gate all"! officer in the cony. i. it:. Samuel limn; i rs sen- the follow iv. f- message to tin- convention "Please convey to the deicr-; :-? '.i ernal greetings mil best Wishes ? or most successful c-.iven'ion N ?? i^ the time lhi?t tries men's s<>i.? Now is lo lime to more thoroughly organize and solidify the ranks o. labor. Sand true for the cause of justice and human free lorn '? On motion f President T I. I.cai the conv< n I ion voted J2.">oti as a pre? liminary aid for the defense of (jom |iers, Mitchell and Morrison in lh< I contempt case-, against 'hem The resolution adopted, also In . structed tii- miner.-' international | executive boar(| to appropriate in ih ? i future ;>~ mach as is necessary ? . ! give the men [roper recompense The resolution was adopted unanl motisly Message to Gompers. WASHlN<;TON. I) .la;; C. Stay in tie- gain." flashed th< I'nited will" Workers of America, in a message '.oni Indianapolis t ? President Samuel fiempers of "??? American K<-d> ra'ion ??' l.ihor. to day. The nessace refi rr.-d to the til hi ..f the r. d-'ation officials tu 11"- Ruciis s i < a K wee Company contempt ? a; . - in wh; h an apnea; ,* no? pe ins i.< f.ir-- the List rid of r I'tniit j court of r.ppt als, front the sentences i:iipom d an Me-.-rs (rompe's. Mitc hell an ! Mi - my by .1 ? :<?-.- \V-i-'??. n; ? I e Ii-s.: c vii,,,. nie rrwrt The . I. ":..|.i i< id I. : a rt. i. s .'?? s?'e:idir?s 'he r."t: vi..ita| i.nfio-i ext<n,i f:.t . aal grc. tinge, appnr. ria'.-d l.'.'.i '<?: .>.-. : ,,,. ,|. : :icl ins . i| J 'h< rvntlit roat I ? > fi nto r. !?? when ; ? ? i d ".?? a\ i" ia ?;n tie- Tar., hur. Ir ? 1 'bon? 'iel Itlark Hatnonl an ? '.. a;. with ... i in th'. P.* ? :.. a flni h d- '? mi ..-ir legal righi ?S;.e|, T I. I.KVOS r ? l. JOHN T VHITK V?, ? i,rev .'en'. . I' RYAN I ? . .1 Miac Work i. of \m< . a Mutt C^rry L'*e Pretrr.ert. V.' \S|IISc;Ti)N it c '.. I .? Ail n. ???> h?al* ,.r i?j|..i by naplha c,r i a nl - e her? after ?i; r.-e,uir-.| to ra ? i ? ;it ? i \ ? i? i th" t-> -?;???? i ?? ' '. Ij pS-?"'d by the . ? at" ? I ARCHITECTS DISSATISFIED AT EGGLEbTOhS TREATMENT Alleged Th.it Sonic of Them Believe That Favoritism H.is Been Shown. KKIIMOXIi v \ . Ian Some <i! il.o a re III ? .1 - < i the si al?' seem tu !? ili :?! lltili. il ailll MHe ?I -I Sepll 11 I :?? |i (oil. supi Tillli lull hi u! pil'i I in liuelinn over alleged illserlmi nat.'i ii in i uiinei lion ?villi the luild Iiir i I lli'w school Ini.l. es II,.- an hit eels eiini|italii that one man has sin.I .I in Min.; he Lull; i Hi. i ..mi ,1*1 . to the ill llilllelll "I ; hr mhei ? . .? 11,l Iii. \ ati colled III" data ?<? ? hnw thai Mi KrkI? "on ha. as lie \ claim favnn .1 i ne Mr llnh instill The clinrp - hat. ?? i"'- !??? a |?lefi i nil. hut th. >. in course ..i in . |i;ii . I .mi a Ii.I when t le t lia V?' lif-n i mn|il. te i it |i ?ai,| thai Ihej will I- |ilai ? .1 in .ii.. I amis .>r the r veillnl Inr present at ion In tie' -late litiatil i f eiluentinll. U In n Mi Ki-Rlesti.il was is', ,| i - [.aiiliiu; 'in- rep n i .nil . lie in a lie I li>- In In? ill); ; tat.Uli. lit "I ha i ?? h< ai il Hi" report, it da\ In? r ,. in me s. \i-ral da? s ngn I lint e mil wnriie| ami I h I| ant worry :n th. .? i t \\ h..\> \ .-i iIisl.1 untied M. : leim II ma v do ? I shall he i;lad in have evi t-v raet in . min. ri inn a ii h he liiiildiir; of s I n! hiiises durln-j llie past three >e;u in Virginia published - wnlelv possiidc ii is a record of ? hirh I : :.i ? xxci . ilii.i . |.ion.I. If tip re aii>;liiii|- ai- in ii which has not been | ;.u th. Ii. in-fit of tin- s"hools nf lln slat.- ! shnll ] roliah -. he mote il. lighted than am one else to hav* it diseovi red "If there is anything to show thatl I have not attended to my duty, or it' tin i,- is the least thing i-liVi ring of iiiifairnefs nr injusllee. then I ami not tie- iiuiii in in til the position, which the people cf the slate saw t:t to Ltw nie uearli lour years aiso." Cruisers for Taft Convoy. (By Associated Press). CHARLESTON. S C. .Ian 22.? Tin- cruiser North Carolina, which is to convey President elect Taft to Panama, arrived in port toduv from] Noi folk. Mr. Taft will reach here tomorrow morning from A.r.n- a and em bar!; Moi.day morning ai 7:3?'. Die cruiser Montana to convey Ihel other members if the Taft part) will conn- here Sunday morning. LIVES LOST IN FLOODS One Hundred and Seventy Three Fatalities are Reported. ALSO GREAT DAMAGE TO PROPERTY H gh Water General Throughout! Transvaal Colony and Northern Na? tal?Breaking cf Dam Increases the Death List. (By Associated Preas.) JOHAXNKSBFRC. Jan. 22?Oni hundred and seventy-three per-on. ; ... known In lav. I st their lives today as a n sub cf the floods which ai.- i;e.- -ral tbioucho it the Transvaal I i oli.ii> aiid northern Nfctal. Mr at da matte al.-o ha:, been d ne tn property. Bj Ho- burMine: ?'f Knithi's dam. tii" Wiwatcrsrand cold mine jn th-' southwestern part of the Transvaal was flooded and t.-n while men and| fiftieji natives were drowned. Tie- wr.f.-rs from Ibis dam also! Hi.I. I th-- "'.w s.ctiofi of the iiiv.ii of Fishing where a nuitiN r < ' houses I ..re .wept away and thirteen per .-.ns ,Hrlslied. A x. . -I dred.? valued ?? t*?.?""'] I roke adrift on 'h- Kj|>" riv-r and ? :. , * t ? k?-d Army and Navy Luxuries. WASHINGTON n c .tin 2: TV- conimift.e . n a;ipropr'al'onn wa.?| tola*, dir? tted !?? a r^-nlntion iatro duct ? by Senator Flint of Calif rnia] and adopt, d 1"> tb> renale to ??ri r tain ard report to the senate mhith r| any officer if the ei'i>ftim"ti' tnclad i ^ nffie. rs i f th.- army arid nav> ire di v. tit g in thi ir |n rsotial or pri? vate use an\ earn.iR. - aiiton-inbile.! or oth. r w blies wti'ch sr.. the pr.p-| fTly of or are pTTivlil? i by th" SJOT '?mment. Tieisbes Wer; Spurted. ft \\ ANN AH CA Jan 22 Tt. spiri rd finishes Ibrl led the ?-pecsa fi r- at th-- Thnnd. rh It race track | '!i!? affi rneoti In the firif racr SfMinki loi?d ?Ith a burst of spe. ll and wen ,n th<- f nal stride over[ B rdsla?. r In the fifth .-ace Rnaiei forced inj in tie- last ijp fn.t landing ah-ad of I \ ...l.- Th- o-tb/r l.ree events! were wit ;n hand al] the way. WEATHER. Increas ng cloudinesa Satur? day: rsin Sunday, moderate va i iatile winds. PRICE TWO CENTS PROPtER REGULATION OF LIQUOR TRADE Model License League Passes Resolution Protesting (gains! Intemperence and Lawlessness. Further Declares That Absolute Pro? hibition Is Un-American and Op p:sed to the Idea of Individual Sov? ereignty?Mention of RoosevSlt'S Name Produces Great Applause. (By Associated Press). LOFISVILLK. KY.. .Ian. 22.?De? nunciation of prohibition as insincere gave way ioda> '<> a takln? of the sense or tin- delegates to the sec? ond annual convention of the Natlon ; I Model License League upon the ipe 'lion i ! regulating properly the ?cpior trade of the country. This resnllej in the adoption of a resolution by Hie several hundred ib legates present from all parts of the United Stales Tie- resoluth m, in part, follow: "First that as representatives of tin- brewing, wine making and distill? ing trade .and of whoi< sale liquor dialers, saloon kee|x-rs, inn keepers, and members of collateral trades, we protest against all intemperance in tin- use ef alcolu lie beverages and against ;.ll lawlessness of every sort whatsoever in the sale cf such bev? erages. Intemperance a Curse. "Second, that intemi>erance Is a curse, and every man who becomes Intoxicated should be urrested and prosecuted. Third, that treating.' which Is responsible u r so lax?? a per cent of Involuntary intemperance, should he opposed by public sentiment and by every mem If r of our trade. "Fourth, that the licenses of all re? tail liipior dealers, who vk late the law. should be cancelled. Prohibition Declared Un-American. "Fifth, tha; prohibition is un-Arueri. can; that it Is oppose.) to th\> idea of individual sovereignty and to the spirit of our institutions; and. fur? thermore it must continue to be merely a costly absurdity as long; sa it prohibits only the manufacture and sale cf a'coholie beverages. "Sixth. that when prohibition, whether for state or county la sub miited to the people, it should pro? hibit, not only the sale, but the eri vate possession and uae'cf beer, wine and whiskey. "Seventh, that the country should not be the unit in local option core tests, a> it does not represent the American principles of local self-gov? ernment. "Eighth, that where prohibition is adopt :-d by a legislature or a people th? manufacturer.) and dealers In wine, peer and whiskey should be compensated for investments made prior to its passage in d-.-dience to demand and under the sanction of existing laws." Mentian of the name cf Theodore Roosevelt a.-i the greatest force for law in the nation, despite the crit? icisms ef ronirress arid the abuse of many, evoked the greatest enthusi? asm during the convention today dar? in* the address of Dr. Nathan A. eh. of Peoria. III. who said that in half a cftittiry the greatness of R???s velt would stand forth above his detractors. Mayor I lav id S Rose of Milwau? kee spoke- "We cannot reject pro? hibition as the n-medy unless we cat: offer something better and I believe r.-vrttation is the retnedv." said >fr. Rose I?r I r. Talem. of Pitt-burg. Kan? sas, t.iok up the line of argument at th ? opening of the afternoon ses? sion dealing with emhibition versus ?einji-Tar.Ce." PRAYER AND SUICIDE. Man ShOC??: Himseif While in Kneel, mg Position in Cburch. SAVANNAH. OA.. Jsn. 25?in a position of prayer. In St. Patricks chnrrh here, and wtth a bullet hole tft-ouirh the -emple. the dead body of Otto S< huel!7??r. cf Philadelphia., was found today si M-ral hours after ts-8 ?fatal shot wss fired. Two not.-? were found. one be ?jiieathing $1 for "St. Anthonys Una.!." and another expressing re sre- vaguely that be "had permitted him-elf :.. have any ill feeling." Schueitzcr had been here but a dav. reaching the city aboard a steamer from Philadelphia ear'y thin momiag The shot thst killed him wss sot heard by anyone traaV in the street In fr?-nt of the chnri h drowning the report The pistol, the man had ssed. was found beside his knee where be knelt as in prayer.