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VOL. X. NO. 4033
21 PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWM, SATURDAY. JUNE 20. I90B-13 PAGES
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THOUSANDS PASS BIER OF LATE PRINCE DAVID
NEW SPEED RECORD FOR ST. LOUIS
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St. Louis makes
New Speed Record:
f neconls fop llio United States
-f Navy wuro broken when tlio U,
S.-8. St. I.ouls yesterday evening
f steamed mound Diamond Head
Shu lint Hindu tho distance (rum
-f Bremerton to this port at n speed
-f which luiH not been kept ii (or
tlio bnnio length of time previous-
f ly by any vessel of her class
1414 knots nn hour. She la to be
-f followed by tho Milwaukee hero -f
f on the 25th of July.
The St. Louis, first class armored
cruiser, 10,000 tons, Captain Cleaves,
was under orders to make n cruise to
tills poit for trial purposes, when this
was changed to definite orders to tako
Socretary Garfield back from this port
to Sun 1'rnncUco, sailing Juno, 28th,
und to bo back at Bremerton us soon
before July ICth as possible. The
cruise Is ,i part of a plan of tlio gov
ernment for a sciies of tests, and It
Is. a highly successful test, so far as
tho St. I.ouls goes.
Sim lert Bremerton. n't 3 o'clock Frl-
il.iv nftnrannn .Tunr. 12lh. nml nrrlvml
W-,' - luuolaiit' MlRlfl ol 7" oXlock. This
means thai ne injiie a ipeea.or.nft
knots per hour, which Is more than
nny ship of this class has ever made
for thu same length ot time.
Flno weather was encountered, bar
ring fogs fur tho first two days out.
Tho St, I.ouls has a number of of.
fleers, about 30 marines, and 31G sail
ors from the U. S. S. Charleston. Tho
Milwaukee, tho Charleston and tho
Ht. Louis nro all very shorthanded.
nml so this way of shirting the crews
iiround Is ndoptcd.
Tills Is a part of a scheme of tho
Department, desiring to experiment
with placing ships In reset ve to bo
lendy for bca at 24 hours' notlco.iand
nt oppoituno times to ))ut aboard men
from other ships, and go through with
tho test of gottlng to sea creditably.
In connection with these experi
ments, tho cruiser Milwaukee 1 duo
to arrive In this port ubout tho 25th
On return to Bremerton yard of tlio
St. Louis, her ofllcers and men for the
most part will bo transferred In a
body to tho Milwaukee, and she will
proceed nt once to this port, duo, as
Hinted abovo, on tho 25th.
What the St. Louis Is to do liorc,
definitely, Is as yet known only ten
tatively. Captain Qloaves will huve a
ronferenco with the Governor on
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock when
this matter will bo settled.
Mcanwhllo, tho St. Louis la to bo
coaled, taking on 1200 tons, tho
nmount she consumed In tho eight
days slio was on tho run down.
Thin morning, Captain dleaos ox-
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CORNER OP FORT
changed calls with C'tptaln Roes of
tho Naval Station, an in company
with tho Commandant, paid a call to
Acting Governor Mott-Smlth.
Captain Qleaves and four of his of
ficers! will attend thu funural'of Prince
ljist evening, off Diamond-Head, tho
St. Louis wan met by tho Mauna Ker,
bearing a crowd of excursionists. A.
L. C, Atkinson. In charge of tho Gov
crnor's party, knows Knslgn Cooloy,
on board, and bo he wirelessed to have
the young man transferred to tho
Mauna Kca at sea. 'This was not
done, as It was thought tho cruiser
did not have tho time If It whb to
make port, on scheduled. Though
both ships maneuvered, tho transfer
was not made.
Sbo probably will be In part until
the goes out to Kauai Friday with the
uovernor and Secretary s party.
Ofllcers on boaid arc;
Commander Allnrt Glcaveg, LlouL
Comdr. Benjamin r Hutchison, LlouL
Conulr. DeWltt Warner. Lieutenant
Carlos A'. Gardiner,' Lieutenant Wil
bur R, .Van Aukcn, Ensign A. C,
Stotti-Ensimf Benjamin H. tlttelo. ttii-
sign E. B Woodworth, Ensign' H. M.
Cooley, Midshipman C. A. Dunn, Mid
shipman C. O. Bassett, Midshipman O.
w. Kenyon, P. A, Surg. Robert A.
Bachmann. P. A. Paymaster Arthur M.
Pippin, Warrant Machinist II. W.
I.enz, Boatswain Blrney O. Halllwlll.
Gunner Leouaid Roll, Chief Carpenter
William H. Squire, Warrant Machin
ist Sutherland S. Necley, Warrant
Machinist Zenas A. Shcrvvln, 2nd Lieu
tenant W. L. Hmchfleld, U. S. M. C.J
Pay Clerk James V. Fuller.
AT THE SEASIDE
By almost unanimous request of the
Gfllcers of the visiting squadron, tho
loca auny and navy folk, and the
largo number of iiatrons, of tho Sea
sldo Hotel, tho management has been
prevailed upon to give a farewell
dunce in honor of the officers of tho
visiting warships at this popular hotel
Tho Knnl Glee Club will delight our
visitors with Its entrancing , dance
music. The usual cordial Invitation
Mr. and Mrs. John" Guild and famllj-
havo moved to tho von Holt cottage at
Walklkl for the vacation months.
AND HOTEL. STREETS.
D.H. 10000412 8
A better crowd than usual turned
out to see the League baseball gamoj
Tho line-up of the teams was nn
St. Louis En Sue, If.; Bushucll, p.;
Jim Williams, 2b.; Joy, c; Aylctt. If.;
Air Williams, as.; En Oeo, rf.; Glca
fcon. lb.; Bruns, 3b.
Diamond Heads Olmos, If.; E. Fer
nandez, lb.; Evera, aa.; Loulu, rf.;
Davis, c; Leslie, p.; A. Fernandct,
cf.; S. Chllllngworth. 3b.; II. Chilling
worth, 2b, C
St. Louis up En Sue out, pitcher to
ill st. Uushnell out, second tu first, J.
Williams Btrlkes out.
Diamond Heads Olmos is out,
pitcher to first. Ed Fernandez takes
a walk. Ho steals second. EvcrJ
grounds to Bruns and makes first, on
iv fielder's choice. Evera steals sec
ond, tho ball being thrown to second
and Fernandez comes home. Louis
files to first. Davis Is hit by a
rltchi-iL, billrftiKUI. given his base;
Leslie grounds to Air. Williams, and
Williams catches Davis out at second.
Joy grounds to iflrst and Is out.
Aylott files, out to right field. Alf
Williams la out, shortstop to first.
J. Fernandez walks. Sam Chllllng
worth files out' to Joy. J. Fernandez
steals second. II. Chllllngworth files
out on a foul to third. Olmos files out
to right field.
En Gee bunts to pitcher and Is
thrown out nt first. Gleason strikes
out. Bruns is out shortstop to first.
E. Fernandez Is out shortstop to
first. Evers flics out to Aylott. Louis
files out to En Suo.
En Suo la out shortstop to first.
Bushnoll files out to center field. Jim
Williams walkB. Joy gets a hit
through shortstop. Everybody goes
ahead one base on n passed ball. Ay
lett Is out to first.
Davis strikes out. Leslie out short
(Continued on Faze 4)
For tho Battleships Alabama and
Maine, as woll as a welcome to the
cruUor St. Louis. Ernest Kant's best
quintet club will play at tho Moana.
Next week several hops will bo given
for tho commanding and other offlcem
of the St. Louis. Local Army and
Navy people, as well as tho local pub
lic, are cordially Invited to bo pres
ent. The night beforo the St. Louis
leaves a farewell dance will be given
at tho Moana to Secretary Garfield,
who was an old schoolmate of Frod
Church's. Let Honolulu turn out en
masso and say au rovolr to the officers
of the battleships.
Your will is an important
safeguard for your family.
Don't neglect it.
We will help you draw it up
in proper legal form without
Fori 8t. flcnolufo
Prince David's Body
. Rests In State In
Capital Throne Room
MANY PAY THEIR LAST RESPECTS
Surrounded and guarded by mourn
ers, friends, relatives, and detach
ments from tho National Guard .of Ha
waii, representatives or tho various
societies, the mortal remains ot Prli.oe
David Kawananakoa haVo lain in state
In tho throno room of tho old Palacu
since 1 o'clock this morning. Tho
body ot the late Prince will be kept
thore until tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock, when the funeral procession
will form, and walk to tho cemetery.
All morning thu Capitol grounds
were filled with pcoplo who camo
seeking ono last look at the face of
Prlnco David. Most of them were
Hawaiian, of all ranks aim clauOb,
but there was also a large number ol
others who came. Thu members ot
the Kaahumanu Society marched in
the throno room shortly after 10
o'clock this morning In a body. Cap
tain Roes or tho Naval Station and
others ot prominence alto were among
those woo came to pay their lust re
spects to tho royal dead.
thq arrangement or tho kahilis, ka
hili-bearers, and drapings In the
throno-room is said to ,b the most
beautiful ot any funeraKVnio the .old'
eif days'. Arouud tlic( cfcTui ul clitht
Kanill uearers, rour on efcchildt, anil
at regular Intervals Ul, raving of
royal omblema Is contlnf4 over tho
body, of tho Prlnco. Beilnd the Ka
hili ' wavers, who are men, nro tho
honorary mourners, composed of eight
women, Behind them are placed tho
tall, beautiful feather kahilis, reach
ing almost to the celling of tho throno
room. Iu all, there are about 107
kahilis In tho room. At tho head and
tho foot ot tho casket are tho two
black kahilis which are used only at
a royal runeral, and at tho head also
stands the tabu stick.
Just on the outside, his piercing
wail coming In through an open win
dow, an old blind retainer of tho royal
family chums tho history or tho dead
Prlnco und his ancestors. At Inter
vals ho stops, choked by his own emo
tion, but the mele Is Immediately tak
en up by nn old woman, also formerly
connected as a retainer of tho old
royal line. The Royal Hawaiian band
played funeral dlrgeB and sacred
music at short intervals.
The pillars In front ot the Capitol
are draped with black aud white and
fthe throne room Is filled with tho
floral offerings. ,
Tho following Is the list of officials
who will attend the funeral services
of Prince David Kawananakoa on Sun
day: Tho Secretary of Hawaii, the
Chief Justlco, Associate Justice Bal
lou, Associate Justice Wilder, tho At
torney General, tho Auditor, tho Sup
erintendent of Public Works, tho
Treasurer of Hawaii, tho High Sheriff,
tho Commissioner of Public Lands,
tho Superintendent ot Public Instruc
tion, the President of tho Board ol
Health, tho Surveyor, Major S. W.
Dunning and Officers, 20th Infantry,
U. 8. A., Captain C. W. Otwell, Cap
tain C. P. Rcca, Commandant Naval
Station, Honolulu, and Ofllcers; 8ur
gcon L. L. von Wcdcklnd, U. 8. Navy;
Surgeon MIddleton S. Elliott. U. S. N.;
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Captain R. M. Cutts, U. 8. M. C; Cap
tain J. McE. Huoy. U. S. M. C: Lieu
tenant E. Woods, U. 8. N.; Lloutenant
U. T. Bulmer, U. 8. N.; Ensign Roscoe
J'. Dillen, U. S. N.: Midshipman C. 8.
Elayton, U, S. N.; Midshipman Cort
landt RtuEhman, U. 8. N.; Chief Gun
ner Oscar Borgeson, U. 8. N.; Gun
ner Harry Wobb, u. 8. N.; Carpenter
Ernest L. Bass, U. S. N.; Warrant
Machinist E. A. Manck. U. S. N.;
Warrant Machinist G. R. Thompson,
U, S. N.; Pay Clerk Ambrose J. Bar-
num. U. 8. N.; tho United States Dis
trict Judge, tho U. S. Attorney, tho
Clerk of the U. 8. District Court, tho
united States Marshal, ths Collector
or Internal Revonue, tho Collector of
Customs, tho Inspector In Chargo V.
S. Immigration Station, the Depot
quartermaster, U 8. A.; the Com
manding Officer and Officers of 1st In
fantry, N. O. 1L; tho Adjutant Gen
eral and Ofllcers ot General Staff, N.
G. II.: the President ot the Senate.
Senator John C. Lane, Senator entries
K, chimngwortn, senator' J. M. Do,
sett, Senator C. J, McCarthy, Senator
J. K. Gandall. Senator W, 0. Smith,
tho Sneaker of tho House or nonreturn-
latlvcsTHbri., AT D. CastronioTt.'J. II.'
H. Kaleo, lion. B. A', c. Long, Hon. W.
T. Rawlins, Hon. Jos. Kalaiis;' Hon,
W. K. Lelelwl. Hon. J. A. Hughes.
Hon. E. AV. Qulnn, Hon. 8. P. Corren,
Hon. S. K. Malioe, Consul -General of
Portugal, tho Consul for the Nether
lands', tho Acting Consul for Belgium,
tho Consul for Denmark, tho Acting
Consul for Mexico, the Acting Consul
for Chill, tho Vico Consul for Great
Britain, tho Consul for Sweden, the
Vico Consul for France, the Consul
for China, tho Consul for Peru, the
Consul for Germany, tho Acting Con
sul for Norway, the Acting Consul for
Great Britain, ,tho Consul for Italy,
the Acting Consul lor Spain, the Con
sul for Japan, thu Superintendent of
Immigration, Judge vY. J. Robinson,
Judge A. Llndsey, Jr., Judge J. T. Do
Bolt, tho Judge of tho Court of Laiid
Registration, tho Chairman and Mem
bora ot the Board of Supervisors of thu
County of Oahu, tho Shorts of tho
County of Oahu, tho County Auditor
of Oahu, tho Attorney for the County
(Continnedjon Page 3)
The Buhler Dramatic Company will
attend tho hops at the Moana tonight,
thus giving the Honolulu public au op
portunity to meet them In a social
way. There are a number of very at
tractive women In tho company, while
Mr. and Mrs. Buhler and Tom Lowell
have friends by tho dozen In Honolulu.
Tho dramatic stars will unquestion
ably add to tho gaiety of the evening
at the Moana.
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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., June 20. President Roosevelt in a letter
to Rudolph Sprcckels, urges that 'the graft prosecution shall keep up the
fight and bring the guilty ones to justice.
RUEF HAS RONDS
FOR $1,566,000 RAIL
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., June 20. Abe Rucf has submitted suretici
for bail bond amounting to $1,500,000.
, Party Management
CINCINNATI. Ohio. June 80.
date, arrived hepe today and was given a most enthusiastic greeting by
Mr. Taft held a conference with Mr. Sherman, his running mate
on the ticket, and members of the National Committee.
Mr. Hitchcock has been offered the chairmanship of the National
Campaign Committee but declines to serve.
WASHINGTON. D. C. June 20.
House today for his home at Oyster
ANNA GOULD MARRIES
PARIS, France, June 20. The
Anna Gould have been published.
Garfield In Hilo
Special Bulletin Wireless
HILO, Hawaii, June 20. The Mauna Xea, with the Garfield party,
aboard, arrived here at 10 o'clock this morning after a rough trip. In
an interview with the Herald, Secretary Garfield said that he wanted
particularly to familiarize himself with the conditions of the' Federal
work at present contemplated there. The party in automobiles in charge
of 0. 0. Xennedy is touring the city and outlying districts. A special
lunch was given at noon to the Seoretary, A publio reception was held
at 1:30, the start for the Volcano being made at 2:30.
The Secretary inspected the breakwater site early this morning with
Captain Otwell. ,
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Secretary Taft. Presidential candi
President Roosevelt left the White
Bay, where lie will spend the sum
marriage bans of Count de Sagan and
Of Patent Colt,
With Mat Top,
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oat and lias proved itself worthy of