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HE latest step 'toward purer and better foods is the perfec
tion of a special Sanitary can, which brings to your table all the
true flavor and delicious wholesomencss of foods as originally pre
pared a statement not true of all tins.
This can is made in an entirely new way double-plated
with pure tin, and specially meparcd inside to pr:v:at action of
the contents on the metal. Sterilized inside and out, sealed in
such a way that the solder does not touch the food.
Only Heinz foods are sold in these tins. One of the best is
Heinz Apple Butter, 15c
Ask your grocer for it
H. HACKFELD & CO., LIMITED.
Snark 0. K.
TRIP TO SOUTH SEAS WAS MADE
WITHOUT SERIOUS INCI
DENT IN GO DAYS
SAN I'ltANCISCO, Cnl., Jan. 2G.
The Snarl; did not go down In a south
I'nclllc storm mid Jack London and
his wife were not drowned. The Lon
dons arrived (rum tlio Koutli bo.ib )es
terdny on the liner Mnrlposa, while
tliu Htinrk Is lying at anchor In the
peaceful harbor of 1'npectc, Tahiti.
According to London the Smirk made
good, and the voyuge around the
world, Interrupted hut not abandon
ed, will be completed In the course ot
London laughed yesterday at the
Idea ot III having befallen the Snarl;
"She's as safe as the Karalloncs,'
ho said, "and comfortable as a first
The Snark left hero last April, ar
rived safely at Honolulu, did some
cruising about tlie Hawaiian Islands
and left Illlo October 7 for the Mar
quesas Islands, reaching there slxtj
days later. The Snark sailed Into the
harbor of I'apecto two days aftei
Christmas. The cruise wus unevent
lul and very pleasant. Mrs. London,
who was scaslcU nearly all tho way
to Honolulu, Is now u seasoned sallot
and ns eager as lior husband to re
sume tho oyagc around tho world.
Tho little ketch wns In several stornit
but proved a good seaboat. London
now proclaims himself a good seaman
and first-duns navigator, self-taught
In the M'hool of experience.
London said that ho has written
1000 wolds a dii) ever since he left
S.iti Francisco. Ho has written n
number of magazine stories ami has
a novel almost finished.
The Snnrk'ti gasoline engine was
lespousllilo for the break lit Hip
cruise. After the vessel was launch
ed the engine refused to walk. Ex
perts who worked on It licru detlaico
that tho engine had been strained
when tho vessel was launched. The
Snark stuck on the vvhjh and consid
erable force had to be used to get the
vessel Into the water.
The run to Honolulu was made
without the UK) of tho auxiliary pow
er. Honolulu engine doctors luo-
nounced the Snnrli'H engine") Incur
able. At I'apecto, however. It wn'
discovered, sas London, that tho en
gine' had been Improperly put togeth
er. It Is now being lep.ilred and
Loudon and his wlfo took the oppor
tunity of tho delay to visit theli
homeland. They will leave again for
Tahiti February 2 ou the Mariposa.
Kiom Papeete London expects to
go to Samoa. Aftur that tlio SnarL'i
movements mo stilt to hi) planned
On boaid tho Snaik now Is Captain
J. I j. Warren, ICnglneer Mat tin John
ton, Seaman Herbert Forbes, and ii
Japanese, cook. Darling, tho nature
man. Is making his headquarter
aboard tho Snark while the vessel li
ITEM FOR FLEET COAL OIVES OP-
PORTUNITY FOR STRONG
WASHINGTON, I). C . Jan 29.
Congressman Oalnea Tennesseo's
lohn Wesley put one over on the
douse today. He sent niembeis scur
rying to the co.itrooms and press gal
leries In search of dlctlonniles un
abridged. Century and Twentieth
Century. And when the shades nl
veiling fell John Wesley (Inlnes was
till triumphant. No one hud been
able to block his pin). ' YVilllpus-
Wallaptm" Is tho latest output of tho
fennossco Congressman's high-domed
mil hair-adorned temple ot thought.
Ho sprung the term when attacking
iho I'nltcd Stacs ship trust Hcpre--entatlve
I.lttlctleld of Mulne, who
'peaks for tho shipping Inteiests. had
aeon bemoaning tho Ill-will of the
;od8 that a ship subsidy measure had
failed of passage In the last Co.i
jress. The Tcnnesseenn was iep)lng.
'Where would )ou have been," he
iskcd tho Republicans. ' If this ship
uhsldy measure had not been talked
to death In tho Senate b a Demo
Tat? A deficiency of IlOO.uoo.oOU
low Btares you In the f.uc. What
ivould It have, been If ou were now
, laying out millions to the big, fat.
,-rcedy wllllpus-wnllupus of a ship
No Republican made nnv answer
mt many sent liuriledly fen dlttlon
irles to look up the new term.
"It Is not In n dlctloniiiy," sab:
lohn Wesley (laities; "It's m own
it stands for everything that Is not
Up To May
NAVY DEPARTMENT PROGRAM
TOR DISPOSITION OF THE
mr ?" s
BLIND PAULO PASSES AWAY
Call for ours
If you will ask your friends which drink they prefer
there will he no equivocation in the answer. They will
tell you they prefer our soda water because of the evenness
of the flavor, the snap, because it is full charged, and be
cause it is delivered on time.
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TELEPHONE 71. 0. S. LEITHEAD, Manage?.
Hllnd Paulo, ono of tho well knowi
stieet charactuis (if Honolulu, died ol
heart falluro In his room at Kallh
)esterday afternoon. Ills burial wll
lake placo this afternoon.
Old Paulo was a well known bam
boo piper, having ns many as ii dozer
bamboo pipes In his bag. Kach pipe
represented tho whistle ot tho Islam
steameis. Whenever ho passed Nuu
ami street, whether ho was on ii ca
or ou foot ho would sound tho Klnai
whistle, knowing that tho flagship ol
tho Inter Island Co. was docked a'
tho foot of Nuuaiiii street. Paulo had
been a groat traveler in his llfo time.
Originally ho, was a Illlo man.- Iiu!
since tho overthrow of t lie monarch)
ho canio to Honolulu, whoto ho resid
ed until Ills death. Onco Paulo vvai
an inniato of J.unalllo Homo, hut find
lag that tho llfo thcro wns too slow
for htm, ho left and camo out to live
For years ho had been ono of the
tvvclvo "poor men" who wero fed at
Iho 1'ortiigucso feast ot tho Holy
Tho pollco officers wero povvcrlcst
with him and whatuvcr ho said and
did, tho officers would only pat him
on tho shoulder and tell liim to blow
Iho Klnau whistle.
Many of tho Hawallans believed
that lie was ono of tho stockholders
ot tho Honolulu Rapid Transit Co. Ho
could lido ou tho trolley ears without
pacing for It and tho conductors ac
corded him thu host of tteatnient.
His passing away leaves Honolulu
wllh but a few more street characters.
Theso nro Moanalua and "Tho Wor
shipper of Knmchamclia."
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cards on tale at
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Blank books ot Ul sorts, ledgers
ttc. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
WASHINGTON, 1). (' . Juti 29.
flic need of an American merchant
narliie us an auxiliary to tin- Nav)
lortnci! the principal topic of dlscus
lon In the House of ltcpiiw ntatlves
od.iy dttilng consideration of tho
irgent deficiency appropi liitlnit bill
The debate wns irii Iplt.itoil b)
Uttleflcld of Maine, who cuicslloiicd
tho legality ot the luovislon of the
dl appropriating Sl.uon.ouo to sup
jly a deficiency for coal for the Navv
aused by transfer of the battleship
leet from the Atlantic l the Pacific
The bill was still under icmslderatlon
when tho House adjoin in d.
I'pnu motion ot Hull, (halrman ol
the Committee ou Mint try Affalis,
the House reduced to the extent of
5300. OHO the pioposed appropriation
it 7 10,000 for clothing and camp
.nd gnrilson equipment for tin
The Jl.OOO.nflO nppiopil.ltlon to:
onl for thu liatttwdiip licet furnish
ed material for nn attack by Little
field of Maine upnti the legality of
tho expenditure. He declined that
mder the net of Is" I, which he said
vyas still, In force, the coal which had
(con shipped In foreign bottoms
diould hnve been felzed and sold. He
anid that the Attorney General had
held It not to bo Illegal, "for rea
ens sufficiently s.itibtactory tu him,'
but Littlefield said ho differed with
"Will the gentleman suggest how
this Government can carry out ll
policies without violating the law?'
inquired Fitzgerald of Llttlcllold.
"That Is a thing that Is not up to
me," replied l.tttlellold, who then
launched upon a plea for an Amoil
tan merchant is irlne. Tlio Govern
ment, ho Bald, at tliu tost ot man)
millions, had created n naval floct
end )et that licet was without powei
to support Itself except within the
radius ot lis operations.
Tho real purposo of Bonding the
Heel to the Pacific was questioned
by Johnson ot South Carolina, who
said that vvhatevei tho object, It had
caused a million dollars dellclencv
and would cause other deficiencies
Ho attacked tho pmcliaso of coal
lands In tho Philippines and declared
that "somebod) got tho money and
wo got a gold hi UK." Tho people, he
Insisted, had been "bunkoed" In that
Claiming that the cost of carrying
coal tor tho lleet fiom tho Atlantic li
tho Pacific In foreign bottoms was
exorbitant, Sheile) of Kentuck) said
It was u dlsgiaie to America and
that tlieio was not a sufficient mcr
chant niailne to supply simple col
Hers, and he i hinged the Hcptlbll
cafiH with having built a tar.ff wall
so high that a meichaut mm luo could
not llvo. The Item wuh allowed to
lemalii In the bill, tho leading of
which for amendment was continued
WASHINGTON. I) C . Jon. 2fi. j
Tho Navy Department has decided
upon tho progrnni or tho Pacific licet
until May t. Tho West Virginia and
Man land upon completion of target
practice In Miigdalenn Hay will go
to Mare Island about February U
for repairs mid to Pugot Sound about
Apill 20 Tor docking. Tho Colm ado
and Pennsylvania will go to Puget
Sound about Fobiuary 15 for (locking
Thcso four ships of tho Hist divi
sion will leave Puget Sound by May
1, upon which date thu division will
icnsietnblo. The Tennessee and
Washington will go to Puget Sound
irly In April for docking and minor
repairs. After tlio final trial of the
California that ship will go to Mam
Island for adjustment of sights and
then proceed to Mngdaleua Ha) nboiit
February 21 for target pracllco and
then cruise with tho second division
Tho South Dakoln will be placed In
commission Fchriinry 1 and leave
Mare Island as booh ns practicable
for slinking down cruise and doelifng
it Puget Sound, tho final trial to In
completed liefoio May 111. 'Pi 9
Charleston will have Its turget pi.ie
tlco between February r, mid Miw'i
It. The Milwaukee will leave Maro
Island Fcbiuary 1 mid hold target
practice, to bo Mulshed by March 1 1.
Tile Voiklown after laiget prattles
v III relievo tlio Albany In Central
vmcrlciin waters. Thu Albany will
iiiDcccd to Magdalena Hay mid then
to San Diego In give thu crow liberty
'lid will not go to Mara Island until
iflr M.i) 1 unless repairs nro urg-
The Perry after target practice will
co to Mnre Island for docking and re
unlrs, and the Dame plans have been
'iiade for tho Proble, the bnlleis nt
vhlch need ictiibing, and which will
10 icplaccd by the Paul Jones when
i hat destroyer Is read) feu service
Tho Nebraska will liavo lie r shak
ing down cruise, followed by target
.iroctlce. Tho Iltiffnlo will act as
atige ship at Mngdalcjin Hay and nf
'crvvaid be docked and repaired ,nt
Maiu Island. It Is proposed to use
the tug Fortune n a tender to sub
ni.ii lues. The Wisconsin at Puget
Sound will not' he readv for duty on
Maiih I as was planned.
nit iliitl i i r
Crotoltne t n Roan (o .ilhma.le?.
rtnwljr l in
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with mnM 1 1 Mm
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ORPHEUM THEATER ? " couveht.
THREE HIQHTS, BEOINNINO
i THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6
"The Great Conspiracy"
THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 10.
"The Squaw Man"
35, 35 ami 50c
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
HEARD AT THE OPERA
"I went to tho opera last night. '
"What did )ou lie.ii ?"
'That .Mrs Hi own Ink is koIiir to
KCt a dlvoiie, Mrs. lllKgs has thn
dealest doK and a new baby, and the
HutloiiH are koIiir to live In India.'
"Will that delegation be unln
tructed?" nslsed the Interviewer.
' Not cxnctlv iinliisiructecl ' an
'wered Senator SorRlium. "but It will
tio thoriiiiRlilv mlsliifornied "
At Hoac Of
MRS. F. J. L0WREY
Corner Lunnlilo and
, '" Victoria Streets
i. ;itn '. :. :? ; .;
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FliNEST Fl T
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EL PALENOIA "
the 10-ccnt mild Havana, at
FEBRUARY 15, 1008
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Alexander Young Builntng.
i bt di .r v7 eailj witl. "
i'ipancse civiMit by puruliaiu: .
Kne;liVa and Japanese Cook Book.
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To sco a w omii it fieezo
Onto n Ted Mini lovo It,
Hut a Teddy has no lleaa.
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ITS SECOND CHILDHOOD
Nelllcr lias she l cached tho iibo
v.-hcio her hair la gutting gray?
KIosbIo- Worse, than that. Sho's
leached tho ago whuro H'a gcttliiK
golden again. KniiBas City Times.
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