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Big Fleet Should Be Held
To Command The Pacific
j$f (By Henry Reutcrdahl)
Ai Inns as llio United Stales main
talus a strong naval foico ami lias
tltu command or the sea In tliu Pacific
livery Issue arising can bo Bottled by
diplomacy Unfortunately (or tlio
world, twelve Inch guns and not Tho
Hague, aro tho promoters of peace,
while the Issues of nations nru being
discussed by diplomat.
There Is absolutely no rcainn Inter
nationally for tho fleet's linmcillitc
return to tho Eastern coast. The Men
too doctrine has established the In
tegrity of Kouth America mill tho
West IndlcH, and there Is not a single,
cloud on the political horizon of mil
Atlantic. Tho supcilnrlty of the Ilrlt
lull navy maintains tho poico abroad
tho building of tho Dreadnoughts. '
Making all new mival construction
jnoro or less abzolulo Is another guar
nittco for peace and good feeling.
Europe Knows the Fleet.
yhd latest reason gUcn In Wash
ington for tho Heel's return la that tho
lionio Journey would show Luropo our
real naval strength This, to bo po
lite, Is pure innonrhlne. Kuiopo
knows well enough, that In tho poits
nf 'South America, the admiralties of
tho groat powors had observers stn
tloned to llud out the condition j of I
unr Bhlps, '
Tho German cruiser Dromon came
to Rio for this particular purpose Tho
Drills!) have been shlpmutcs with our
fleet In tho Kast. They know what
we aro made of, and to Impress Italy
and Franco wllljiot Keep our presume,
Ready to Fight
Or to Frolic
Miigdatcna Day, Iiwer California,
Jlnich 12. (tly United States cruiser
lluffal to 8an Diego, Cal, March 10).
Heady for Immediate action, If need
he, according to tho declarations of nil
tho commanding oflicers from Dear
Admiral Kvnns down, and with three
or four feet of heavy armor belt Bhow
dng red nbovo tho blue of tho pltcld
southern waters, tho American Initio
thin licet of sixteen modem oh join
Tho fact, of sixteen battleships steam-1 sailed Into Magdalcna bay today, und
Ing 13;000 miles without any extra after exchanging courtesies with tho
blops Isi proof enough.
SfctWIth the fleet once, hi tho Atlantic
jt would take two mouths to steam
'back to the Pacific, In tho moantlmu
itlelaiiK who contiol tho navy yard I
vote can easily he linden tnod ;ter-brldgo of his flagship, survejlug
Tho fleet was sacrifice 1 last hiimmoi ,tho other vossols ot the Ilict at anch
when It was made to cro us an ad- or .ltli ovldcnt pride. A little light
vorllalug dodgo to tho Jamestown Hx- cr In weight, perhaps, hut no other
position, Interfering with tho summer. Indication of his recent 111 health was
program ot drills and maneuvers. Tho 'tippii tint Never for a mlnuto bad he
Admiral at one time refused to land bom required to lelinqulrh full coin
men for purado pin poses. This upouimaiid of tho vchhoib on tholr way to
the management's request. It would i tho l'aclllc. In this connection Hear
have Inlcrferred with nVet i online. Admiral Thotnus today said that thero
Nevertheless ho was ordered to do so was absolutely no truth In the story
from Washington and oidere.l to land that Admiral Kvans had transferred
moie than tho original force. Circus- the command to him.
like the bluo Jackets were made, to Speaking ot'hls lllncsu Admiral U
I crform for the henoflt of private gain mm said:
It Is high tlmo that such piuctlrcs Admiral Evans Better,
should stop. I "I am sorry not to ho nhlo to go
m Inshore at Hie dlfteront South Ameil
tan ports ami enjoy tho hospitalities
TVine llnl, tho now Chinese Consul
I lo Hawaii, was u visitor at the Kiniliu
llniiim and Normal schools jestcrduy
'.He was ncrompanlcd by his secre
taries. Mr l.ung and Mr Lo. Chil
Tho Admiral whs sitting on tho nf-inrom, piesldeiit of tho Chlncso United
Society or Honolulu and Mr Tliwlng.
When tho Consul arried at tho Ka-
nhumanti school ho was received by
Miss IVlker, principal of tho school,
who showed him thiotigh tho various
rooms. In tho meantime tho Chinese
children were assembled In tho main
room, where the Conml addressed
Ilium later on. Ho advised thorn 4o
Mexican authorities, repiescntod by
Governor Sanginez of tho southern di
vision of Lower Callfo'nbt, prepared
Immedlntelv for thn finnuat ror.nrif
kho command of(the son Is not oursJ'fprlng target practices .which t Is ex
.nnd during two months' many things . peeled to occupy about thruo weeks.
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may Happen mssstorui to our nation
Bljprldo the cpuntry dos not want
Var and tfm surest way to avoid It Is
to keep tho flcot where it Is.
The Command of the Pacific,
The five Conncctlcuts, tho flvq Goor
glas, tho three ships of the Maine
class, would, with tho eight armored
cruisers, gle us the command of tho
Pacific, Tho Kearsarge, Kentucky,.
Illinois and Alabama could well bo
sent back. Toe, oflicers of the fleet as
one man realize the supremo Impoit
anco of tho fleet In the Pacific. They
would much prefor to bo on tho east
coast noaror tholr homes Tho men
would also like to U-turn via Suez
I ilf tho fleet returns its mUslon In
rarrlllcnd for tho sake of pollllrs, Willi
the shins on the weat coast, lutein
navy yards will be practically" Idle and an) body doubts It, let him (.omu and
tho significance of satlsfjlug tho pol- bco."
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Look at us," exclaimed Admiral
Hvans when the floov had coma to
anchor off the llttlo town of Ma'gdn
lena In four division of four ships
abreast. "Wo aro ready at a momontV
notice to begin shooting at tho tar
gets, to get out to sea and fight a hat
tie, or to keep on with tho cruise. If
any one thinks we nro not ready for
target practice let them come down
here tomoirow and see. And if they
think we can't hit tho targets let them
come along and take a look at them."
Admiral Evans said today. "Von
may say anything ou want to, but I
havo 'no opinion about tho cruUo. It
Is unnecessary. Tho facts spoak for
themsehes I was ordeied to bring
the Atlantic fleet lo Mimdaleua Iliy
for target practlro Wo nro here If
be diligent and to study hard, and to
minded them of tho necessity of stud)
ing tho Chinese language as well.
At tho closunf his adilicss, Consul
Tsaug Hal llstoned to tho tinging of
the child en.
From thero lie drove to the Normal
Hchool, where, ho was received by
Prof. Wood. Tho fcchoo! looms were
ihown hint nnd the cooking. depart-
of thoso countilcH. Admiral Thomtis, ,nictit was visited. (
lion over, attended to tho social duties Consul Tsang I (nl aitorwardB had
with much credit to hlmstlf and to tho 'lunch at tho school, (he dishes having
countiy. Hut I uin Improving now and been prepared by tho BludentB. The
and bhall he nblo to loavo tho ithlp Consul onjojed his lunch Immensely.
kfion When wo rrol in Pnllfnrnlii I mil '
going to get nshoro at every port. Wo
want to do twlco as much for Cal I for-
uta as wo havo dono for anybody else, i
Wo shall all bo glad to get back to
tho United States."
Admiral Thomas In spoaklir; of tho
cruise to the Associated Press, said:
"I think I voice the opinion of tho
wholo flcot when I say that this has
beonono of the most, If not tho most,
icmarkable and successful naval
cruises In tho history of tho world,
ThO'shlpsjiro In better condition than
when we! loft Hampton Heads. We
wcro ready for battlp tho mlnuto wo
leached MoAdnlpna Day.
"Oil the, iW leg of tho trip wo ac
tually wV'ro making more miles, poi
ton of coal than when wo atarted. This
was duo to Increased ofllclcney In tltu
engineer force and In tho firing ot the t
hollers. I am looking forward, also,
to somo 'wonderful results at target
During his speech ho complimented
Prof, Wood and tho members of tho
NEW SODA FOUNTAIN
ANARCHIST MURDERER OF PRIEST
Thcic's something now under tho
uin; more than that, It's something
good, Tho Holllster Drug Co., ono
of Honolulu's most enterprising bus
iness firms, has Just installed a now
roda fountain that Is absolutely tho
most modorn In the city, it Is made
onlliely of marblo nnd glass, with
tho exception of the faucets, which
aro heavily nockclcd, ,
Tho Dlcponsor for this novel foun
tain Is no less Important than tho
fountain Itself. Ho Is a noted Sodu
ICxpcrt from tho Coast, and his con
fections nro new and surprisingly
delightful, Anj thing In tho way of
Sundaes, Ice-Cream Sodas, Crushol
Fruits, or Lemonades, Is served in
tho best ot stylo.
Tho "Innovation" Is certainly tnk
Ins well. ,
Judgo Dunne denounces Rucf from
tho bench as tho wiost criminal ever
hi ought before a bar of Justice, and
declares Rabbis aro guilty of willful,
a it a k -:: a -a a
Thero will bo a baud concert at
Aala Park this oonlng at 7:30. ro.
lowing Is tho progi am:
Overture "Chiirlemaano" . . Oborthur
Mazurka "Springtime" Parl9W '
imermeMo "uoi s riay Bonners ,
Selection "MiiBlcal UonIow" , Hlvlere
Vnf-nl ltnu'nltnii RnniTU . nr liv Hnrr-ni-
Helecllon "Nenpolllnii Aim" (lodfrej I
March "Illlo" Dower
"Star Spangled Uunncr."
WHITNEY & MARSH
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BH liH ' J&sS ,MKalTr&U
Stew i M.lfWI
Two Windows Full of Dainty
For Ladies and Children
In complete sets and separate garments.
These are DIRECT FROM PARIS and have just been
GIUSCPPE ALIO ALIAS AffcElID GA&KlblL, ALIA OIUitr: ljUtieAMACCto
v -o siiowihq tuccN FeKutAD.uncict scmccow luj him o rra4 cr oiuu
DBNVCn, Colo., March 14. (lu.
pcipo Alia, the condemned assassin
of .Kathcf Traiicls Leo llclnrichii,
mndo a wild attempt to escape tho
(ounty Jail today. He assaulted a
prison trusty with a nzor blade ho
had obtained hi soma unknown man
ner, Koildusly cutting his victim in
the neclt,and might have added a
second murder to his j)enverf lecoul
If Deputy Warden Carpen had not
lushed to tho trusty's aid.
Against tho two men Alia smug
gled liko a wild man, and was beat
en almost bcnsolcss Itcforo ho gave
Ilaron ToBtl, tho Italian Consul,
declares that tho outbreak is anoth
er proof of Alla's Insanity, but At
toino WIddlconibe, who undertook
tho dofonso of tho assassin under tho
court's order, said this afternoon'
"I was not In tho lenst surprised
whnn I heaid tills moinliig that Olu
reppo lla had attempted to minder
a Buurd at tho cofuit Jail in an at
tempt to escape. I have alwajs re-
IAUKEA ON FLEET.
garded the pilsoncr ns a dangerous
miin, and even while I defended him
I had no belief that he was Insane.
I have nlways icgnrded him as a dim
ponito iiiul sane man who would not
clop at anything to curry out hlu desires."
In a letter fioiu Shnrlrf Iniikea lo
Chlof of Detectives Taylor, the Sheriff
"Speaking of tho shore liberty ot
the mm of the Heel, you have my
Hiithoilt to suy that the boys will ha
given every freedom to enjoy thorn
fcolvcs as best thoy can short or a
serious breach of tho peaco. Ordinary
cases of drunkenness will not bo pros
ecuted, but surrendered to the nuval
authorities, as wag dono in tho case ot
the Dig Knur fleet. In common with
tho icst of tho community, tho pollco
want to bco tho men of tho fleet have
a good tlmo and cniry away pleasant
liiipiehtlmiH ot Hawaii To thin end
otnr) thing mutt bo demo to inlnlmlzn
auj riietloii that may ailsu between
tho vhltois and the local pollco."
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