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The Marion" Daily Mirror.
VOLUME XVI. NO. 28.
ACA.1HON. OHIO, TUTSSDAY EVENING. SEPTJ3M15.I3K 37, 15)07.
1'JIIOE TWO OBNT8
"PINK TEA" ADMIRALS
Jealousy Over His Being Selected to Command the
Battle Ship Fleet to Pacific Waters Has Stirred
the Desk Admirals Against the Old Sea Dog.
Fighting Bob's Style Does Not Suit His Brother Officials
Who Prefer Dancing Pomps and Dress Parades to Sea
Boats and Fighting Togs Evans, is Believed to Have
Promised to make Japanese the Language ot Hades
Should the Occasion Present He Has Scored Many
Times Over the Men Who
are bome bore bpois.
Washington, Sopt .17. There Is a
busy Intriguo on foot In tho navy
department to keep bluff "Hob" 15v
nns from commanding tho battleship
licet to tho Pacific.
A crow of "desk admirals" and
"drawing rt)om navigators" hero In
Washington are hard at work In this
game. "Fighting Bob" baa never had
much use fpr this crowd, and ho has
been frank to show it at nil times.
Then thero nro Junior officers who
think that one ot them should have
this opportunity to maneuver tho
biggest war fleet ever mobilized un
der tho American flag over this long
Dpsplto IiIf 'earty contempt for tho
nivy's pink lea officers, who wind
up the red tnpo and play tho soclnl
game In Washington, IJvans has al
ways been lucky In his assignments
to duty. Ho hns been an equal fav
orite with Democratic and Republi
can presidents and naval secretaries,
f'om tho administration of Orover
Clovolnnd to thnt of Theodore Uoosc
Hti wna boiiI to represent tho Amer
ican navy when thr kaiser opened
tho Wei canal some years ago. In
thbFo days American battleships were
Boinetnlng of a curiosity In Europe,
nnd Evans had his pick of tho lot
to take with him. IIo made such a
hit with tho kaiser, that It nearly
reached the point of "nob" and "11111.'
In tho Spanish war Evans had ono of
the coveted battleship commnnds off
CLERGY TAKES KINDLY
TO POPE'S ENCYCLIAL
Church Dignitaries of England and France are in Hearty
Accord With the Stand Taken by the Pontiff
All, Agree That Modernalism Must
Be Put Aside.
London -Sopt. 17, Shduld the
Pope's' latest, encyclical precipitate an
actual bieak botwen followers of tho
old faith and disciples or niodornlsm,
KngllBh Catholics will welcomo It
Joyfully, British ndhoronts of tho
Roman church declare,
"It la bot'vcr to cast our enomles
out than to permit them to work
(umong us secretly," said a high
English Jesuit ecclesiastic, coemment
Jng today on tho Pope's denunciation
of extreme liberalism. "So If the
encyclical causes a schlBiu, It will bo
for those who, Inclined to modernism,
try to hide their beliefs from their
Canon Moyos, tho best known Cath
olic theologian In England, pro
nounces ho encyclical wise, timely
and Is sure -it will bo received by
Rrltlsh Catholics loyally and with
Paris, Sept. 17,'-iPopo Plus X's de
nunciation pt "modernism" marks an
epoch In the Catholic church's his
tory, the opinion of tho Roman clergy
t)irpusbout Europe. '
iFrotn.popQ Loos policy of halt
measures, the present pontiff has
broken away forever. Extending to
ward the whole world his attitude
In tho warfare between tho church
nnd tho Frpnoh government, his fol
lowers point out, Plus stands rnthor
for battlo to to tho last ditch than
for ony compromise, which In his
opinion, ondnngers the Integrity of
tho cliiircU'p dpgpins.
In tl)Q nticycllcal high churchmen
seo the.lnltal step In a scries which
wll definitely ullgn tho papacy, as'
advocated uy j'lus ix, against any
movement palqulntod to weaken Its'
powor or Influence In the slightest
PLOTTING AGAINST EVAN
are Opposing Him and, thereby. "a ,Ct '' nctivc service
Santiago, and they say tho roar ot
his voice could bo heard during that
battlo above the thunder ot tho 112-
llwli fllliu .luat linffirft flint win lid
had boldly told President McKlnlcy
M.r f,n u'nnt.i inu ,. i.nMinui.i,,
to Cuba and malio Spanish tho of-
flclnl latiguago of Hades for many
years if tho president would only '
Issuo tho order.
Sinco the war Evans has had sev
eral nlco commands, and tho best of
them Is his present ono over tho
whole naval strength In tho Atlantic.
Roosevelt has taken delight In being
tho ndmlrnl's guest on board tho '
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tlntlttnlltf illuniiufrtil vnim nml tnnnim
moVo than oncost ddng .api
liV WU liwill llWlf-,llll(-,U UL LI 1 11. OtAUlU
place to which Evans refers so fre
quently In conversation.
Evans Is a big, wldo man with a
deep chest and a surly, bulldog-oast
of countenance. Ho walks with a
slight limp caused by an old wound, .mlllloiinlre' MMilBijn politician who
Ho Is a typical old wilt, of tho old rwft."lB Metcaltn job. Now the ail,
navy, with a tasto for chewing to- ili"Istratlon wants Newberry s help
bacco and profanity of tho hair rals- ' 1,,llnK un thoi Michigan delegation
lug kind, which ho uses as uncon-.,0 tlio national convention next sum
sMonslv na lm .lrnwa i.rnnti, tin i, l'licr and thero is reason to suppose
never been properly "hnuso broke"
and a social function Is n terror
him. His enforced dress parade thin
summer nt tho Jamestown fair has
chafed his soul nnd rubbed all the
bristles on his disposition tho wrong
way. Ho Is preparing for another
degrco or to open thb door for
changes calculated ultimately to un
dermlnn tho foundation of the Roman
'No papal encyclical of modem times
has compared with tho last ono In
Importance," said a hgh ecclesiastic
ot tho Paris archbishopric today, 'Its
clearness leaves no doubt concerning
tho church's rttltudo toward modern
ism. The people must bo Catholic
PORTO RIOANS WILL
BE GIVEN SJRE ARMS
Kim Juan, Porto Rico. Sept. 17.
Acting upon Iho recommendation
of (lov. Post, tho executive coun
cil luis decided upon compulsory
vaccination in if lio island. Six bun
drcF 'tbounid vaccine prints, tiavo
been oadercd, nnd tho wmk yill bo
started in tho Gttnynmn distviol
wliero vauolouL ii most prevalent.
There bnvo been no deaths from
mallpo,x in IVrto- Rico since tho
American nuthritios had tlio wltolo
Spfiiibth-AinejMcau war, whon the
American authorities Jiad the
whole island yacoiniijeil. At one
unio ionius iroin smallpox were
tumorous. - , unburn'
PREPARED TO. STRING ,
NEGRO TO A TRUE
Ludlow, Ivy., Sopt, 17. tV mob
of Ludlow citizens tried in lyuoli
m negro who attacked Mrs. It. IT.
Wolinnnni Monday nigbt. Some one
gol a ropo and tlio negro wns
led back lot .town whom nroimiu-
.liona wore being made to bung bim
when ho was rescued by' tiolice-
" aTJI V
swing UiroiiRh tlic 'wldo stormy sens,
hulf way nroiinil u world with nil the
eager zest of u schoolboy who plans
for the long vacutlon. Hut tho In
triguers tiro after hltu.
Mvans has aboul a year to servo ho
foro retirement. Ills enemies In the
depnrtmont nro Joyously citing tho
president's policy of pushing younger
officers to Important comumuds. They
say Bvrns Is a blustering bully, u
bluffer anil a hunter after trouble.
They say ho Is dangerous to let loose
In tho samo ocean with tho Japan
ese, If this country wains peace. They
charge Kvaus with u falling memory
.colccrnlnc his birth dato which, ttir-y
IBU jIut tho source or tho troubio
Is undoubtedly Jealousy and tho fact
that Evans has walked over tho sen
sitive corns of tho naval officers who
wear dancing pumps In preference
tit sea boots.
Indications are that tho Intriguo
,M" m, ma,, mucU lfe8
rotary Metcalf announced th
l!;,etl'0,1 ?"cor woh'.J command
fleet, which puts Admirals McCalla
nnd Hrownson out of tho running.
Their names and that of Admiral
Goodrich has been put forward by
tho cnlyil. Still Metcalf admitted
thnt the question was now unsettled
ns to whether 72vans would or would
not command tho fleet. As a mat
ter of fact, Metcitlf Is not IlUely
lo know much about It, although he
ImS'oT tt JKc.KniSS
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President Roosevelt Iiuh boon mak
ing arrangoments over Metcnlf's
head direct with Admiral Hrownson,
head of tho .navigation 'bureau, and
Assltant Secretary Newberry1, the
J1'"1 Newberry has been encouraged
V" UH ammions. a... m i
furlharmoro tho orlg nnl cholc0 of
himself for tho
Metcalf, moreover, nlayed into tho
hands' of Nowborrj jy making 'the
first ofdiMnl announcement ot tho
fleet's nlllng at a tlmo when the ad
ministration was denying any official
intention to send ' It to tho Pacific.
That Indiscretion has not helped
All sides In this complicated tan-
glo havo tried to mix Admiral Dowoy c. It. Hrown. Oakland, California;
In It. .nut that shrowil, old veteran Dr. C. S. Mills, StjjfLouIs, nnd Dr.
promptly ran awayy on a vncatlon. Charles E. JolTersonsJNow York .
Ho returned today nnd was almost During the counplUtlio Congrega
unnhlo to remember thnt tho United . tloiuil labor rainmluea,', composed ot
Slates navy had a battlo ship fleet. President Howe, ofCaso; John G.
Ho wnB willing to talk nbout tho
prospect of a Washington baseball
jeam winning a pennant hut that was
as near a war topic as ho would von-
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MRS. GENTRY'S ALLEGED
U' SLAYER ON TRIAL
Cliiengo', Sept. 17. Frank J.
Constantino was. arraigned yester
day in Hie criminal court to the
charge ifinui doling M.'m. Intis
('entry. ;& .
Jt isi'filimnwl liy Ilia stale Unit
Constntilitigtotit tho thrt.at Nof the
woman forJomn reason which link
never yogbj?oii discovered. Ho wa
tin? subjecgoi' a .strenuous chase
which endmu'ed iho greater part of
the civiliejlgli.l'p anil wns finally
ariested TflftNe-w Yoilc ,iut as lie
wai 4ihmiy4 Jake n steamer for
Europe JUjff1 aiiit was not made
until a '.ywir nflor Mrs. Gentry
Slandardftf New Jersey goes
on'vyo Bonds for
Chicago, Sojil. 17. Judge (lioss
cup, In the.foderal court today fixed
the bond fdKthe appearance ot the
Standard OlEjcoiniMiiy ot Indlann In
tho appeal-zfrdin Judge LuiiiIIh' deci
sion at ?1,000,500. 'I his is to guaran
teo thnt all tho piupcrty of the com
pany in Illinois will be kept Intact
until the appeal K hoard. Ho fixed
the IjoimI in'llio pliii for a writ of
supercedeas .uti-f 2.oon.OU(l.
oiauuaru uii ot m w .lersuy was ac
ci'pted as a surety in both cases.
National congregational coun
cil will Mee'tftn Cleve
land! Cleveland, O.. Sept. .17 Six hun
dred delegates amicus many more
who are not delegates, from every
state and terrltoryin tho country,
will come to Clevolandi for the na
tional CougregntlomircdtuiMl, October
8-17. - .
Justice D. J, Hrewer, of tho Unit
ed States Supremo court, will bo ono
of tho spcalu'ia at.Mho mass muet-
, Ings. other well Jtno'wn men who
will speak durIiig.$tho council nro
Dr. Geoive A. Gorilon, Doston,
Samuel I). cboiR? Ilcston, Dr.
'Jennings, E. 11. Baker' and Rev.
N. U. Pratt, will meet' with Harry
D. Thomas, bocretnfjj of, tho United
.Trndes nnd Labor council and other
labor loailors. ."i
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SSK Vv'M s 'lYiHvA 'lh K) f v & nca',
Kiislnn, Pa., .Sept. 17. A score
of pewins wer sliglilly injured this
morning in u collision' between a
if i eight train -anil n through Huf
fnlo express on tho 1-lugh Valley
lailioad in tho 1'nttonburfj tunnel.
All of the pnssengc.ru Jiurt were
riding in Mm smokl-r. The enuo
of l.hu (U'cidont i.s not known.
Reservoir in a Japanese
Village Bursts with Aw
ful Results. -
Tokyo, Sept, 17. Thirty persons,
many of them women and children,
were drowned today through tho
bursting of tho water reservoir, flood
ing a portion of tho village of Ko
taro. A tiro had started In the
Kosakobly mine and wlillo attempts
were bolng made to save tho mine the
reseivolr brake. i .
mimA A U OT
Delaware, Kept. 17. Arthur
Jackson, fanner losiiling near tho
Oil Is' liiiliDtriul iliomc, W4s fatally
injtiwil in a runnway while re
turning fiom AorlliLngon Satur
day evening. Tho horso was found
minus its owner lnriiig (ho night
and Iho next morning .lncknou wtw
1'ouihI lying along Hie roadside un-coii'-cioits.
He was removed to his home but
nover logniuuil consciousness.
WILL NOT BUY THE
Newark, Sopt. 17. Nowiulc yes
leiday voted down tho piopo.sitinh
to buy tho nidi water works plant
for 200,000. Tho city has expended
100,000 Iffluird building a now
municipal water plant, ami to com
plete it. must tautJiorize a now bond
ivsue for un c'qual amount or nioie.
IS SWEPT BY FIRE
Kroland, Pa., Sept. lT.-KIro start
ing In Cumin brotihors' store this
morning destioyed Ciirran Hrothors'
general store, $12,000; .lames Rowo's
lesldence. $5,000; Samuel Wear's
Twelve Inch Shell Explodes in the Gun Shield
While the Gunners Were Endeavoring to Re
move it From the Gun.
Forty Men Were Killed or Seriously Injured and the
Vessel, One of the Finest in the Japanese Navy, was
Badly Damaged Details of the Disaster are Lacking
Gunners Had Just Completed Target Practice When the
Explosion Occured and All of the Victims Were in or
Near the Gun Shield.
Tokyo, Sopt. 17. An explosion Is
reported on the Japanese battleship
Kashlma, a twelve-Inch shell having
hurst with forty casualties.
The explosion occurred Insldo tho
gun shield, following an attempt to
removo an unexploded shell from tho
gun after target practlco near Kure,
at 4i, m., September 0.
The battleship, under Captain Koiz
umi, reached Kure two hours Inter,
with Its forty killed and wounded.
Among tho fatally iujuted were a
lieutenant, two cadets and ono staff
officer, whose rank has not yet been
Details of the accident are lacuiug
but the explosion was terrific and tho
ship Is badly damaged .Most of
"AFFINITIES" AT FIVE
DOLLARS AN AFFIN.
Founder and Manager of the "Searchlight Club" at Elgin,
Illinois is Taken Into Custody by Post Office
Authorities She Failed to Deliver
a "Hearts Own"' to a Mil
Chicago, Sept. 17. If you go in
to tho allluity" 1 hiding busincs,
do not undertake to collect your
feiN in advance. This is the advice
that probably will bo given by Miss
.Million (iroy, brunette, Iwenty-MX
ytws old. She won a ridded at Kl
gin, Illinois, and today is resting
in the on-vtody nf v deputy Uiiitel
States niar.shal in Ohicago. Tho
been unable so far to furnish the
$1,000 bond was promptly furnished
by her. ,
Under tlio nunie of the "Search
light club' ' Miss Qroy nnd Jicr stall'
of Monographers at Klgiu sotiglit to
llndt 'nllinities" at .f3 each , and
it is claimed thoy were doing a
land olllco businejss when tho fed
eral authorities, who. do not under
stand the nihility business stepped
Postal Inspector Henry Dement
ADVISES A MORE
John L. Sullivan Says He Picks Out Physically Deficient
Men lor Brainy Men Jake Kilrain and Sullivan
Put on a Boxing Stunt and Lecture on
"Booze" and Physical Culture.
Washington, Sept. 17. -"Take it
from me, thero ' something wrong
with tho present bread of human
kings. Wliy did Root havo to go
up to Mnhloou'h? Tho secretary of
state is doped as n wonder with
tho hliick tnnk, but he.-, oil' when
it Comes to iniisclo mid brawn.
" WliU t Uio parents of ibis big
country of omx havo got to do is
to gol wio Hi) President Roosevelt
inject, ;. liltlo htreuouosucsa into
tlieir offsprings, and bring up chil
dren Unit nro not mentally Up
Iienvyj, and pliysically weak".
This and other biUs of philoso
phy were handed to a, United pivt.H
representativo today by John L.
"Devote nbout n third of Uio
(into tho, kills put in school, ornm
ining their .heads full of useless
knowledge, to physical exercise, and
wo will have a raco of jnen and
those near tho gun wore frightfully
Tho KuHhlma Is one of tho. largest
and best equipped vessels In tho Jap
anese navy. It Is a sister ship ot
tho Katorl, built of steel, with twin
screws, two funnels and two masts,
each provided with a fighting top.
Its length is 445 feet, beam 78 feet,
2 Inches, draught 2G feet. 8 Inches
nnd displacement lfi.COO tons. Tho
armament consists of four twelve
Inch guns In a citadel, twelvo twelve
pounders, six Mnxims, threo three
pounders and live torpedo tubes.
Tho casualties as a result of tho ex
plosion, are reported ns follows:
Killed, flo officers, names not
given, anil twenty-two men. Severe
ly wounded, two officers and bIx
men Slightly wounded, two officers
and six men.
is the complainant against Miss
(iroy, while Miks Minnie Coleman
of Mflwnnkco i named a .the prin
cipal witness. Miss Coleman, it i
alleged, contracted for the deliv
ery ol' her "heart's own1' but iho
" Hvery ono has nil nflinity fix
ed by Uio will of a higher power
and I undertake to find it for thcin
I cannot und"ivtund lrtnv tJiero i
unylhing frau(".ulant in that", io
clarod Miss Carey.
She took ilier nireit as a joke.
Mis- flrey went to Elgin from De
troit lnjt Juno and establislied n
bure.iu under the nanio of tho
"Searchlight club". Slio started
out a large coif e.spoudoiiec, ami
for several months past her in
come has been increa.siug constant;
ly. To her friends she said ajjo
was si pat giudnnlo of tho UnivfV"
sity of Michigan. ".
women that thiVly years from now
will bo fil Hr any old thing,"
coutiuuod tbo tic tor and cx'-cliani-pion
Jifliu li. nnd ilako Kilrain are
II. UUl tlllUU IVlllllWI UlU
brotherly boxing-"tunn 'it
theater this week?' ' 'Wliijo
duhig a brotherly
.John L, expounded tbo Vnluo, (iC
1hm(u ir.uuiug, jiiki) leciinvu,
on Mio evils of drink.
"Ruoze,'' bo deikired, with iiiuclt
disdain, for both tire on the wat
orwagou and .lohu L. preudly aji
iiouuccs that Uuh i.s bus J87tb week
as n .Iplal abstainer, "is Uio elide
to ,hell." It ,
"Let mo loll you,'' continued
big John h., "I can so into anv
and tfpat the brainest fivp
hundred men Uioro. I would simply
iodic jor n vo JiuiuWHr lioltow-eyw
stVwii-Nlioulihjired fellows, with
mucky complexions land lopsided