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Arrangements for Burial
of the-Late Prince
Preparations for the state funeral of
Prince Albert Kunuiakea. are progres
&ng and there are Indications that the
cortege will be imposing:. Mr. Hawes,
secretary to the Governor, and Messrs.
Henriques and Booth, held a conference
yesterday, going over the order of the
procession and with due regard to the
rank of those participating: in it. All
the Hawaiian societies will be in line,
the catafalque will be drawn by poolas,
and the Government band and Com
panies E, F, G and II of the First Regi
ment, National Guard of Hawaii, in
command of Lieut. -Col. Zeigler, will act
as a guard of honor.
The remains of the dead Prince will
be removed to the throne room of the
Canitol Building at about 5 o'clock this
afternoon, and will lie in state there
The following will be the pall bear
ers: E. K. Lilikalani, M. K. Keohoka
Iole, George C. Beckley, J. P. Makai
nai, David Hoaplli Kanehoa, Hon. F.
W. Beckley, J. K. Nahaolelua, Peleo
kaJuhi, St. C. Piianaia, C. P. Iaukea.
The committee on decorations is as
follows: Mrs. Carrie Robinson, Mrs.
Helen Holt, Mrs. Mary Beckley, Mrs.
Ena, Mrs. A. P. Taylor, Miea Hilda
Burgees, Miss May Low, Harry Davi
son, J. McGulre.
The chief mourners will be Mrs.
Kunulakea, widow of the Prince; Mrs.
Grace Kahooalii. Mrs. M. Piianaia, Mrs.
Keomailani Cocke tt, Mrs. Kaoanaeha,
Kahooalii, Prince and Princess Kawa
nanakoa. Prince and Princess Kalanl
anaole, Mrs. P. AmaJu, Mrs. Theresa
Wilcox. Lucy K. Peabody, Mrs. P. Mi
kona, Mrs. Elizabeth Booth, Mrs. Lucy
K. Henriques, Mrs. Maria Beckley Ka
li ea, Mrs. Kaikioewa, Mrs. Nahaolelua,
Mrs. K. K. Mahaulu, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Simonson, Mrs. Kahakuhaekoe, Miss
The Government band will play this
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the resi
dence f Prince Albert, and tomorrow
will play at 12 o'clock noon in the
Capitol grounds. Afterwards the band
will take part in the funel-al proces
sion. The poolas who have signified their
desire to assist In drawing the funeral
car, state that they will not wear hats
during the time of the procession.
A ROYAL DIVORCE.
The Napoleonic Drama Tonight at
ths Opera House.
The Waldorf company proir.ises a big
attraction at the Opera House tonight
in the production of the historical dra
ma, "A Royal Divorce." This stirring
play, which has an established reputa
tion lu England and America, deals
with ths Napoleonic period, and Intro
VIEW OF WAIKIKI BEACH, 1885
duces the leading incidents in the
career of "The Little Corporal,' from
the time of his divorce from Josephine
until his imprisonment at St. Helena.
The stage representation of Napoleon
is vividly drawn; the situations are
thrilling and exciting, and are illus
trated by a series of beautiful tableaux,
particularly those of the "Retreat from
Moscow," "The Battle of Waterloo," and
"Napoleon at St. Helena," Miss Janet
Waldorf plays the Empress Josephine,
a part in which she has scored some of
her greatest successes. Mr. Norval
McGregor will also be seen at his best
as Napoleon, in which he has re
ceived the highest praise from promi
nent critics. The remainder of the
company are cast for parts for which
they are especially adapted. Through
cut their long tour ' A Royal Divorce"
has" been the leading attraction of the
Waldorf company, and has' never failed
to draw packed audiences. A crowded
house will doubtless witness the per
formance tonight. -The
next production will be "The
Wrong Mr. Wright," on Tuesday night.
The management desire to respectfully
request audiences to be seated at 8:15,
when the curtain rises.
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THIS IS THE SEASON when death
stalks through the land in the form of
pneumonia,, The surest defense against
this disease is Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. -It always cures and cures
quickly. Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
wholesale agents, sell it.
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A GOLDEN JUDGMENT.
A man was arrested not long ago in
Missouri for burglary. It seems he had
forced an entrance into a large whole
sale store In the business district and
carried off a lot of valuable merchan
dise. The entrance was made through
a back window, during the noon hour.
The clerk who was left in charge of
the safe had gone to one of the offices
in another part of the building. The
afe, containing thousands in gold,
was carelessly left wide open and
access to this fortune, was easy. The
thief locked the safe without taking a
cent, but it was discovered later that
every DOUGLAS PATENT CLOSET
had been stolen from the warerooms.
It is readily seen by this that the
Douglas is more valuable than gold to
one who understnds values. Bath, the
Plumber, will tell you why. Shop,
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