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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATUIIDAV, .JUNE 20, 19od.
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Libby's (?tfJ) Food Products
Among the many Libby delicacies are Potted nnd Deviled Ham
and Chicken, Dried Heel, Mam i-oai, mcirusc r-lc, v lcnnu ouu
soge, Sliced Bacon, Brisket Beef, Lunch Tongue, Ox Tongues, Jellied
Hocks. Veal Loaf. and Cooked Corned Beef Hash- wholesome foods
that are as dainty as they are good as subs' antial as they are
appetizing. . , , .
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Is one of the most appetizing dishes that is, prepared In
the Libby kitchens. Among the many Libby delicacies
ore Potted and Deviled Ham and Chicken, Ham Loaf,
Vienna Sausage, Melrose Pate Cottage Head Cheese, Ox
Tongues, -Jellied Hocks, Veal Loaf and Cooked Corned
Beef wholesome foods that are as dainty as they are
Ask your grocer for
Libby's (SgS) Fo4 Products
Our booklet, "Oood Thing, to Eat," tent frte. Send
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H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
Painted and Repaired
The time to have your Auto or
Carriage Repaired is BEFORE it
The time to Paint is BEFORE vit
begins to look shabby.
We furnish Rubber Tires for Autos
All work first-class and guaranteed.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
MERCHANT STREET, NEAR ALAKEA STREET
TO GREET FLEET
WITH FIRE WORK
Japanese Preparing To
Preparations aro being 'made by
the Japanese community hero to re-
eel vq the famous Atlantic Kleet lth
splendid fireworks on Its nrrlvnl and
departure. Tills was the gist of the
report of Dr. T. Mltamura, at tho
meeting of the Entertainment Com
mittee this morning. A detailed re
port as to the progress on this work
will be submitted by tho Doctor at
the next meeting of tho committee.
At the meeting ot the Entertain
ment Committee this morning many
matters bt "general interest were 0 J
cusscd. Wm. Hoogs ot tho Dall Com
mittee reported progress. Abrnm
Lewis, Jr., was authorized to look aft
er the transportation by land of the
officers to Pearl Harbor, ho to work
In conjunction with the Pearl Harbor
Committee, of which John Guild is
tho chairman. It was decided that a
quintet club bo engaged for the Pearl
Harbor trip. Dr. T. Katsunuma 'and
0. Nnluimurn were added 6 tho En
Tho matter of providing excursion
boats fur Pearl Harbor came up for
general discussion and V. L. Waldrnn
was appointed to sea Fred. W. Mac
farlane and others about securing
A suggestion was made, though not
ac tod "upon, that a letter be sent to
Admiral Spcrry, asking him to fur
nish tho committee with a list ot
names ot tho officers under him who
Imvo already seen Pearl Harbor, tho
Idea of tho Entertainment Committee
being, If practicable, to take those
officers only who have not seen It.
In this connection John Guild Btntcd
that every officer, rcgnrdlcss of whe
ther they hud been there befora or
not, should be tnken down there
nguln. "This is a very Important
matter," said Guild. "Every officer
Is Interested In Pearl Harbor from n
professional point ot view, and they
sh6uldbe taken down there without
There being no other business on
hand the meeting adjourned to re
convene at 8:30 o'clock next Satur
Present at the meeting were V. I..
Wnldron, Emll Lerndt, M. Phillips.
J. O. I.uttod, Wm. Hoogu, John Guild,'
Dr. Mltamura, Abram Lewis; Jr., W.
T. Lucas, Capt. Bxton, Howard D.
Bowcn. ' i j.
But They Deny They Had
Pay Of Sailors
. Held Up
A persistent rumor, which on tho
face of It nppoarcd to be founded on
some authority, had It yesterday and
today that the fact that the men of
the Maine and the Alabama were not
being paid oft nt this port, and the
order for the men to bo on board the
rhlps nt midnight, were tho results
of a request made by Kev, Mr.
Thwlng and Theo. Richards to the
officers of these vessels, nsklag them
that these steps be taken,
The officers of tho commercial or
ganizations were npproached by the
business men who were Interested In
the matter, as they felt that their
business was being Injured, and thoy
promised to take the matter up in
case nhsolute facts were presented to
While Thwlng has gone to the Vol
cano, nnd could thcreforo nbt be
found, Richards yesterday denied ab
solutely that he had mado any such
request, or that he had had anything
whatever to do with the warships,
their officers or their men. He was
considerably amused over the state
ment of tho matter made to htm, and
said that ho expected that ho nnd
Thwlng wcro now being made the
scapegoats for everything which oc
curred and which did not please the
On board tho ships, general Ignor-
mice of the.ThvIng-Rlchnrds matter
exists, according to statements from
n number ot responsible officers today.
OXFORDS in "REGAL
BROWN" are SUPREME IN
Brown leathers are domina
ting this season in Women's
footwear and the new "Re
gal Brown" Oxfords top the
REGAL BROWN is our own exclusive shade: for beauty of
color and texture, it is without a duplicate anvwhere. .
But you are not confined to Brown leather in your choice.
Fifty new models for women; all this season's correct leathers,
give you unlimited scope for your selection. There are Patent, Gun
Metal, and Tan, in all shades.
The quality you have le anted to expect in Women's Regals is
as certain as their STYLE CORRECTNESS.
Regal quarter-sizes insure your comfort from the moment you
put on the shoes.
$3.50 and $4.00
REGAL SHOE STORE,
' McCANDLESS BUILDING, cor. KING and BETHEL STSi
PRINCE DAVID'S BODY
(Continued from Pice 1)
of Oaliu, tbo County Treasurer
Oahu, County Clerk of Oahu.
Lucas Bros, finished tho beautiful
outer casket which will hold tho body
of Prlnco David this morning. It la
built of koa and kou wood, tho latter
being a darker shado thnn tho former,
and It Is said to bo almost extinct now.'
At the head of tho casket Is tho coat-of-arms
of the dead Prlnco carved from
kou wood, and on top Is the crown
and the Inscription, which reads as
Ills Royal Highness
DavW Kawananakoa, '
Kaala, Oahu, February 19, 18C8.
Ban Francisco, California, Juno 2, 1908.
Commander Albert Cleaves, U. S.
N.J U.-Com. B. F. Hutchinson. U. B.
N.; Lt W, R. Van Aukcn, Midship
man C. O. Dassctt, Midshipman 0. W.
Tho remains ot Prlnco David Kawa
nanakoa ware moved from his home'
last night at midnight to the throne
room In the old palnco, where It will
llo In state until the funeral tomor
row. Tho scene at tho home ot tho dead
prlnco last ovcnlng was a solemn nnd
Imprcsstvo ono. All of tho old Ha
waiian customs wcro carried out, the
chanting ot ancostral hUtory, tho
Wlerd walling, the singing ot dirges,
tho waving' of kahilis, slowly moving
back and forth over tho beautiful cas
ket of one ot the last of a royal lino
everything was carried out In accord
ance with tho funeral laws ot his raco.
At midnight tho kahllt bearors and
watchers by the dead formed In two
lines outside tho door leading, to the
room where the remains ot Prlnco
David lay, and the casket was borne
outside to the waiting hcarso, from
Great Long Distance
Expert label came in from tho Kn-
liuku wireless station this morning
emuewlmt umlur,tlie weather bulbil!!
very much In the ring.
iTho new wireless station at tho
Kahuku point Is practically complete.
the. power alone lacking. The en
gines for furnishing the power to
send dispatches will soon arrive and
by the time the Fleet arrives the sta
tion is expected to be In perfect trim.
Mr. Isbet has been able to receive
the long-dUtance messages from tho
where, preceded by a squad of police,
tho slow march to the Capitol building
Tho Princess was prostrated earlier
In the evening, fainting and being
forced to retire. Queen Lllluokalanl
did not remain at tho homo, leaving
shortly befora midnight. As soon as
the casket was placed in the throne
Toom, a guard of honor of officers of
tho National Guard was placed In 'at
tendance, as well as members of the
.various Hawaiian societies.
lt was decided yesterday that Urn
fuiforal would bo recognized as official
by the Navy Department, and marines
and sailors from the battleships will
march In the procession tomorrow.
The final decision as to tho order of
tho carriages following tho catafalque
Is as follows:
Princess Kawananakoa and Prince
Kalanlanaolo, Princess Kalanlanaolo
and Mrs. Fatrchtld, Her Majosty ox
Queen Lllluokalanl, Colonel and Mrs.
Samuel Parker, Secretary of tho Ter
ritory and Governor's staff, Chief Jus
tice of tho Supreme Court, President
of Senate, Speaker ot House, Justices
of Supremo Court, heads ot Territorial
Government, officers U. B. Army and
Navy, Federal officers, members ol
Consular Corps, Circuit Judges, Terri
torial and County officials, and the
What's tho uso waiting?
Order the soda water now.
TXTE believe we have the purest
VY and best flavored SODA
WATER manufactured in
this Territory. Our wagons de
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
0, S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
incoming and outgoing boats as a re
sult of tho new receiving equipment.
"It Is fine," said Mr. Isbel,j"tho best
l nave ever had. I got tho Illlonlan
last night probably some night hun
dred Tnllcs oat, but I could not dis
tinguish the messages. The St. Louis
was baking consldernblo noiso, bo
that (he signals became badly mixed.
''We shall be ready for business In
the (very near future and when we
can Bend as far as wo now receive
you can understand that we shall
cover n good many miles. When I
Louis I thought It was some Coast
station signaling. She sort of drop
ped It In out o,the Hky. It took a
very short time, however, to get tho
signals clear. ( -
"I shall return to the point in n
few days, after I have recuperated a
bit, and then we will' h'avo things
completed for the regular service, re
porting the outgoing and Incoming
ships. Wo hnve a splendidly equip
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
got the first signals from the St. Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
This pure, unskimmed milk, sterilized,, and evaporated
till it is as rich as cream, is without sweetening or pre
servatives of any kind.
'It is unsurpassed for table and kitchen use. It goec,
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It's .the best and cheapest form of milk. '
Your grocer has it. t
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House and Lot on.Liliha
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Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath,
Sewer, Car Line.
Cash or Easy Payment.
P. E. R. Strauch
WATTY BLDQ. ... 74 S. KING ST.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
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SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
fire and Marine
AGENT FOR '
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
Tel. 410. George G, Guild, Gen. Kgr,
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