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VOL. X. NO. 4028
HONORED DEAD GREETED
ENGINEER DROWNED AT PEARL HARBOR
Prince's Remains Here;
. Will Lie In State In
Capito! Throne Room
"Tlio tslatc funeral if thn Into
I'rlnco Davlil takes place on Sunday
nfternonn nt 2 o'clock, from tlio Cap
itol building," Bald Colonel Inuk'M.
who lias charge of the funeral ur
lnngomcnts, this morning.
"Tlio hody of Prince David will bo
tah.cn to tlio Throno Itniini on Frl
ilay night, where It will llo In ttnto,
nnil tlio puhllc will lie Riven an op
portunity to Wow tho remains on
Saturday from 10 a. in. until 2 p.m."
Immediately upon tho arrival of
Iho Manchuria, Hon. K. K. I.llllta
l.inl took charge of tho remains anil
with tho nsslBtanco of II. JI. Williams
M'GALL LOSES LIFE
AT PEARL HARBOR
May Have Been Victim
Of Man-Eating "
Wm. O. McOall, a dredgor opera-,
lor employed on tho Pearl Ilutlior
dredging, last evening lost his life
In tho breakers at tho I'earl Harbor
cntrani'c. Ho may havo been drown
ed, hut it Is reported that ho wait the
victim of n man-eater. Another man,
who was with htm at tho time, was
saved this morning, it f I or he had been
hanging all night to trie keel of an
overturned boat, ami It Is likely that
he will not survive his awful expe
rience. The first report of tho affair was
hi ought to Honolulu tills morning by
K. 11. Mlkalcml, tho caretaker of tho
Pourl Harbor reservation, who was
tho ono who saved MLOall's compan
ion. Mlkalehtt leported at tho police
station that MctJall and his friend
wont nailing In n biuall boat cslor
day aflrrnoon, hut failed lo return.
A seal eli was made for them last
night, but with no result. This morn
lug Mlkalcml saw an object near the
lueakers at the haibnr entrance. He
Immediately got n his launch und
stinted for tho object and found that
t was tho sailboat, which bad cap
sized, Ono man was clinging lo tho
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The latest soft felt style, in Belgian, Pearl, Belly-Nut,
Russet, and Black,
All the newest shapes out, in correct shades.
This is the finest hat for the price that has ever been
put on the market. You'll agree with us, when you've s'een
.it. The price is $3.50.
Remember It's a KNOX
CORNER OP FORT
cunvojed the body to tlio PcnsacoH
street residence, where It will re
main until Friday night. A squad
of police, 'ststloncd thoro unilor Cap
tain Parker, received tho casket nnd
'conveyed It to tlio reception room,
which was It icadincsi. Her Majes
ty Queen Mlluokatanl mid Princess
Kuwnnaiiakc.a, In companv with
Pilncc Cupid an d tho members rt
thu family, lowed the rcmnliiH and
retired to t'le adjacent room, whote
they held conference for none time.
Ab Is customary with the UawnJI
aiis on the occasion of tho death of a
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Bodies' Of 'Prince David
And Dreier Aboard;
With tin? at half mast and await
ed on the pier by an Immense, crowd
of mournc-e, sympathizers, and tlio
Idly curious, the Pacific Mnll steamor
Manchuria, Captain Saunders, arriv
ed this morning, bearing tho bodies
of Prince David Knwannnakoa and
August Dreier. Sho also hi ought a
largo ciowd of the families of both
men, among them Prince Cupid, who
has been recently In Washington as
tho roprcscntntho of this Territory
Tho crowd hung about until the
ubuiiI load of trunks had been slung
over tlio side, and tho caskets wcru
reached, It had been expected that
walling would bo lieaid as the hody
of tho Prluco was swung over tho slflo
of tho bhlp. Hut the crowd was ex
ceedingly cittlct. and tho act was done
In silence. Flowers were thero In
Tho pier has hardly over homo
such a crowd as this morning. Tlu-y
were an hour streaming In, and fill
ed the building with n sen of faces.
Tho Manchuria brought n largo
list of very Interesting passengers for
Honolulu, Including Oovornor Frcar
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AND HOTEL STREETS.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF tiAWAlI, MONDAY; JUNE 15. 1908
K v o n I n g II u 1 1 o 1 1 n ,
Honolulu, T. II.
fiontlomcn: I shall bo pan
slug through Honolulu short
ly, and will drop In and nee
you. 'Frisco papers will glvo
you a line on my baseball
Tho probable llnc-up of tho
All-Amcrlcitn tenm Hint will
tour Japan, China, Manila, and
Hawaii Is as follows: Pitchers,
Overall, Chicago; White, Chi
cago, and Hums, Washington;
catchers, Oonnhou, Iloston.nnd
HIIss, St. Iouli; II ret basemen,
Clinse, Now York; Donnhou,
Chicago; second baseman, Jno
Nealon; third baseman, Devcr
oaux (cnptnln); shortstop,
holder, San Francisco (San
Francisco has been offered $6,
000 for holder); outfielders,
IHIdebrand, Hill I.angcr.
ThWwIll bo n grand toam.
Comlskey Is still anxious to
visit Honolulu r.cxt Lenson and
no doubt the two men who are
on our team from his aggrega
tion will do much 'to Influence
Dill Dcvcrcaux' has promis
ed mo to give Router u chance
with tho Santa Cruz team. 1
think Itcutcr can mako good.
JKSS S. WOODS.
Tho abovn letter speaks for Itself.
It means- that tho biggest baseball
event In tho history of tho Territory
is In prospect; It means that tho
White Sox will probably train In this
city for a season; It means that Itcu
tcr is having a big baseball future
opened up for him, If ho can seize It
and his work of Into looks as If ho
Tlio sclicmo of Woods, to which tho
papers from San Francisco refer. Is
to mnko this tour, being back nt San
Francisco by tho first of October. Ho
Is planning to havo tho whole coun
try posted with lithographs on Ills
way, to nssuro tho crowds. In fact,
this Is probnhy to bo ono of the most'
notable baseball tours which has
ever been conducted. And Honolulu
will come In for Its part of tho big
MMoefcifd 1'rttt Special OaM
.SYDNEY, Australia, June 15.
Tom Burns and Squires are matohed
to llent (or a purse of 914,000. dur-
ling the stay of the American Pleet.
C, 8. Dcsky leturnoi) this morning
from'San Francisco. Hq was accom
panied by his daughtcis.
No sane man will risk sv-.
crything he has without
prospect of a bigger gain, in
a business venture. . '
Yet many a man risks his
fortune when he could have
it insured at, low cost.
Is that Hone Sense T
Fon Ot. 8cnoMi
There is no good to stop advertising in
Governor Frear ReturnsXnJght, Candidate
Governor Walter F. Frear Jumped
Into tho routine of his work this morn
ing, Immediately nftcr nrrlvlng on the
Manchuria from bis (rip to Washing
ton. His fjflko wan decorated with
lels and flowers, welcoming htm back
homo ngiln, and all morning tho Ex
ecutive chsnlbers wcro crowded with
visitors. Tho Oocrnor tallied nt
length to tho representatives of tho
press, outlining tbo work that has
been and will bo nccomplirhoJ for tho
betterment of Hawaii. I
Ho stated tint cue of tho mntlorr
ho had looked into was that of Fedcr ,
nl appropriations for forestry work,
hydrographlc and soil surveys and nn
Imnl Industy. Ho tried to have the
decision regarding tho non-allowance,
of money In Torrllorlo for theso pur
poses now lu foice reverted, so that
Hawaii would get the benefit, nnd the
matter would probably bo hoard from
In tho future. i
"1 also took up tho matter of having
nn architect come hero for tho pur-,
poso of designing tho Federal build
ing? The hill for a second United
States Judgo parcel Iho Houm but
not tlio Senate. It will probably gu
through at the next besslon of Con
grots. Another matter which will
probably como up at the next session,
is tno salaries nt various omcials ot
tho government re..
"Thu. Voiu:rcss(onal trip to thesu Is
lands, told. ,.TIie feeling towards these
Islands In tho Kant Is 'vary rnvoraulo,
and It seems1 to havo 'been brought
about In tho main by tho Impression
which the members of tho Congres
sional party carried back with thorn.
Hawaii has many friends In Washing
ton Many of tho Congressmen want
to make another trip horo next year.
"I doubt very much that Secrotar)
Mctcalf will romoiJiere.
"Tho Manchurln'passed tho battlo
shlps Malno and Alabama on the' way
down here. Secretary Garfield Is on
board the Malno nnd will urrho horo
probably tomorrow evening. The
cruiser SI. Louis will como down hem
for tho express purpose of diking him
back, and lie will probably leavo on
tho 28th, although this Is ontlrcly op
tional with him Ho. Is vory busy, and
nt ono tlmo thought ho would not
como liorc at all, but would go to
Alaska. I low over, ho arranged to
hnvo Jutlga Parker, who Is his more-than-prlvalo-sccrctury,
being a man of
affairs and consonuenco hlniBctf, go
to Alaska. Judgo Parkoi, by tho way,
has a great deul to do with Terri
tories. Ho It wns who worked so hard
for and (otftho monoy for tho Agri
cultural Co'Jogo. Tho Malno and the
Alabama will remain hero probably
about six days, and thorn arc, I think,
a couple of colliers following them,
Thero will bo n public reception tr
Garfield In all probability within tho
noxt few days. Ho desires to sco as
ui (Tcli of thu Islands as possible In as
diort n time as possible, and conse
quently things will hnvo to bo ar
ranged along that lino. Tho Itinerary
which has been tentatively arranged
I havo not jet had nn opportunity to
look over carefully, but I will soon.
Generally, II will bo carried out along
tho lines already spokon of.
"Tho Federal building appropriation
HILONIAN, JUNE 16
Our next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St Pbone 15.
Packages or Parcels
PROMPT DISPATCH BY
- TERRITORIAL MESSENGER
FRENCH and TURKISH
Crystallized Pop Corn.
Alexander Young Cafe
BY GREAT THRON
was practically a $900.0CO appropria
tion, liesides this, 2S,000 was appro
priated for tho Hawaiian exhibit at
tho Alaska-Yukon-Paclflc Fair at So
attlo in 1!M9. This was for tho ex
hibit alone, tho buildings being fur
nished. "Tho Coastwlso Shipping mil passed
tho House, and It will como up in the
Senate at the next tosslon of Con
gress, It will undoubtedly go through
. "Tho Hawaiian Postnl Savings bank
"Ur Evans, Chief or tho Division of
Insular Experiment Stations, will ur
rlvo hero on tho battleship Alabama.
He will look over thiMocnl experiment
btatlous und will then go on to Guam.
Dr. Wilcox, who will tuke Jaicd
Smith's place, camo on tho Manchuria
"From tho present political outlook,
I should say that Tuft will bo nomin
ated for tlio presidency en tlio first
"Hawaii's representatives, Kuhlo
and McCIellan. mom io bo highly
thought of in Wnihlilgton.
Immediately after landing from tho
steamer this morning, tbo Oovornor
told a representative of the Hullo-
I I n that ho had seen Carneplo, In!
rofnrcnco to .a library for 'tho Torrl-
torvnnd that the matter bad. .been
favorably spoken ot by Mrv-Carnegie'
No decision was mado,1 however, and
the Ooyornor will hear later what Is
to bo dona anout II, "
STORE FOR WALL
Wall, Nichols Quarters
The old Pacific Hardware building
on the corner of Fort and .Merchant
stieets, which has been vacant for a
long time past, has been leased by the
Wall Nichols Co., which will shortly
open thorcln a modern storo with all
tho latest Impiovcments. Tho lease,
which was roadVi by J. O. Carter, trus
tee for John Cummlngs, was made
through tho Henry Watcrhousu Trust
Co.'a real estate department.
Mr. Wnll stated today that he In
tended to use tho cntlro building him
self. Ho will mnko It a modern storo,
at which ho will locntn his music, sta
tionery and picture departments, all
on u greatly enlarged basis. Tho pres
ent nramlscs on King street will be
maintained as well, but as they are
very badly crowded tho enlargement
of tho business was made necessary,
especially as a groat stook of holiday
goods will soon be, coming along. A
unlquo feature of tho now store will
be a rending and Writing room, which
will bo open for tho usu of tho public
free of charge. Mr. Wall expects to
mnvo Into his now storo by August 1.
A-Litt Ic-At-A-Ti mc
J. Hopp & Co..
-185 S. KING STREET.
a live newspaper
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 15
tion forres prefer either Dollivcr o
CA1IF0RNIANS F0H KNIOHT
CHICAGO, 111., June 15. The C .lifor.iia delegation is booming Sen
ator Knight of California for Vice President on the Taft ticket.
The fight on the platform will be centered on the injunction plank.
Smallpox Oo Sherman
ASTORIA, Wash., June 15. The transport Sherman arrived here
today with smallpox on board. , One
will be seuf into quarantine at San Francisco.
This dlsptnch would Indicate that
on tlio Sherman after leaving this port
r 1 r '
iAuociated frlit Special Col
KANSAS 0ITY-, Mo., June 15. .
The Unloa Station here is flooded.
Ths situation is worse.
Kitty HKt -
Mr. Stout, the manager of tho pop
ular fcnelde Hotel, has arranged H
dance for this evening In honor of
Col. Watts nnd tho ofllccrs nnd ladles
en tho U. S, T. Iluford. Thero uro
many young officers who have been
graduated fioni West Point nboard
and they will all bo there. Tho Ar
my nnd Navy and friends of tho Sea
bide, are cordially Invited.
COMMITTEE CANT COME.
Tho Merchants' Association re
celed u letter this morning from
Delegate Kuhlo, written while
ho was In Washington and nn
nouncllig that It will bo Impos.
slblo for the members of tho
f Naval Cninmlttco to accept tho
f Invitation extended to thrm to
visit Hawaii this rummer. The
demands of tho campaign are too
strong for any tours abroad by
4- the Congressmen.
It Is probable that an Invitation
will bo tent tho commlttco
4 como next season.
WW W ! !!
Our No. 40?. Box Calf Sal, made
to STAND THE KNOCKS. Won't
scuff up, and takes a high polish. It
wears like steel. - .
Price $4.00 '
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Ltd.,
To try or not to try that is the .
question. Whether 'tis better to' J
snend the savings of a year and en
joy a holiday or, by taking up the
Bulletin Vacation Flan, win an
outing without wiping out the savings.
PRICE 5 CENTvS
-It is stated that the Administra
Oovernor Cummins of Iowa for Vice
death, occurred during the trip. She
n new case of smallpox' broko out
CASTER Will ASK
HIKE FOR Oil
Tbo ExeoHlyu Fleet Clmmlttco held
a meeting tills afternoon nt which so
cial mattcra uf detail wcro decided
On motion ot F. 1.. Waldron, It was
dncldeil that $109 Jjo appropriated for
iVrlntlng for tho Information Commit
tee.' It wns also decided that the pro-
gram for the fieet be formulated no
Inter than Thursday, so thnt tbo com-
provided with It nnd know what was
bdlng done hero by tho local, pcoplo.
Smith moved that Monday und
Tuesday, July 20 nnd 21. ho sot abide
for 'automobile, excursions of tho
fleet's olllcers to Pearl Harbor. Car-'
Peel: nmvoit tint thanko bo extend
ed to MarMnn Cnr.ipbs'l Ruperlni-ii
dent ct- Publ c Works for- tb" i"t"
Interest he Ina rliown In ill.- oi
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PlRtlon lifoii. itm fl. i ttffmt'L
vi' deel if' en i inilnu "f -'ilili Mm
rhnlrliirn '"i-'n n( a rur.itMMeti ot
n-ie to , 'uihiinu) It'iw - of. the
I'oird of f flu'ii h-fn-H -
Tho Fleet. It cotntnp.
i-r ih C ty
Let us ctsnn M
! WIRELC&S r-'tOM TlH-'MAlNh. -
' Tho batt'cslilp Malno ,W
' heard from last ovejlng at' tho' .
Kahu'oi, station of tho wireless -serlce.'
Whlln Rxpcrt Isbell w.ib ll-ten-'
Ing nt thn receiver at 9 p m. It"
ringM fin following me'Mjr
from tho Maine: '
"S y ycu 'tfmcr ,h-jv
any wireless Answer."'! -'-,
It Is presumed that tho bWtf
chip elghtPil n pneflng stoain'-ri t
possibly tho Mongolia. Thero r
was no rt-sponio. '