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EVHNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T II.. THURSDAY. NOV. 22. 1000.
Leahl Chapter Regular.
Mavallan Third Degree,
Perfection 14th Degree.
Oceanic 2d Degree
Council Kadoth 30th Degree
All visiting membera of the
order nro cordially Invited to at
tend medium uf local lodges.
HAHMONV LODGE. No. I, I. O. O. F.
Mk(i ovocr Monday evening at 7:30
In I O O tVliall. Kort street
i: II IHIXUllY Secretary.
C O lll)ITi:U N 0
All visiting bro'hera ory cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. f P.
Mt-eti every Tuesday evening at
f:Sii o'elock In K. ot P. Hall. Ki.ur
strict. Vlsltlnr brothers cordially In
Tiled to attend
O. J. WHITEHEAD, CO.
K. WALDKON, K.U.3.
OAHU LOOGC, No. 1, K. ef P.
Meets every Friday nvenlrg at
K. P. Hall, Klnc street, at, 7:30. Mem
ber! of Mystlo Lodjf, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnley I.odgo, No. 8, and TUItltig
brothers cordially Invited.
A. D. BOND. C. C.
A. 3. KENWAY, K.R.1.
HONOLULU LODGE 618, . P. O. C.
Honolulu Lodge No. 816, D. P, O. H.,
will meet In their hall, on Miller
and Berctanla streets, every Friday
Uy order of the E. H.
HARRY H. BIMPSON,
It B. MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. I, K.of P.
LAat var Oat tint tv vn1n at
ft'.O o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
I'.rwt. Visiting brother cordially In
r1lJ to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
K. A. JACOI1SON, K.R.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. O. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WEDNE8 j
DAY evening of each month at 7:30 1
O'clock In K. of P. Hall, King slrt-L
Visiting Earjlej are Invited tr at ,
BAM McKEAOOE. W.P. I
II. T. MOORE. W. Bcy. ,
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. 0. ft M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. C. r
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
McctB ovory second nnd fourth Wed
nesday of each month nt Han An onto
lljdj. Visiting brothers cordially In
virW to attend.
T. I McTIOHE. Pres.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
When your delivery
wagon la made to fill the
exact needs of your busi
nets, you have "convey,
Why not have one made
to order here? We'll
make It Just as you want
It. We can give you an
7 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. 0. BOX 193.
C. W. ZEICLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPE3 for Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JPB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
Cineral Contracting and Jobbing,
Housepalntlng, Paperhanglng, drain
ing Kaliomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle, the (
algn painter, corner Hotel and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN 361
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD,
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Office I Molntyre Dldu., Honolulu, T.H,
P 0 BOX S6f, PHONP MAIN 141
jr IIULLUTIN A08, PAY
,j IfJThe Old Biciul'l CD 15
Iil'HEllAJ . O
i 3flaLtJ U g
S I i
Elastic Carbon Paint
to be unexcelled for roofing purposes
of every description It makes a roof,
be It metal, canvas, wood, felt or
shingle, Impervious to water; makes
tplendld appearance on metal roofs,
(Ills the teams and email holes mik
ing them perfectly water proof, pre
venting formation of rjt. We guar
antee to patch any leak or hole from
the site of a pin head to two feet
square. This may appear as an exag
geration, but we are willing to dem
onstrate the truth of It by staking the
Equally serviceable for the follow
ing purposes: Iron fences, gutters
and copings, steel bridges, ship's bot
toms, farming Implements, sugar re
fineries, Iron and steel structures.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 3. KINQ 9T.
re're nlwavs ready to examine
jnur tc-etli 1-KI.I-. ntnl quota
our price lor placing mem in
good condition. I Ivcn linn von tiro
under no obligation to employ in,
lliilwlicn vou sec our work ami
hou iKiiuteisly we oier.ite, vou will
place jour teeth in our care,
i i irxf.i son n I) S
21 5 Hotel St.
Try Dr. McLean's
GOLDEN SEAL HAIR TONIC
for Oily Hair. For sale by
Mrs. Doris E, Paris,
FORT STREET opposite CONVENT.
per S. S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDO., FORT 8TREET.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINQ.
of our clothing attention are satisfac
tory. Why not telephone us?
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRESSED
PHONE MAIN 457.
! Sun Rise Dyeing House
I 1M6 FORT STREET.
! MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The best smoke sold
this market. Try It.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
NEW HAWAIIAN RECORDS.
New assortment of Hawaiian music
for the Victor Talking Machine, Come
early nnd maxe your selection.
BCRGSTnOM MUSIC CO,, LTD.,
ODD rCLLOWS' BLDO.
JOar eina Job Printing at the Bui
riicot M'"7 , ,
There are probably a hundred peo
ple today who, upon looking at this
newsDaoer. turn first to the "Furnish
ed Room" ads. If the room YOU have
to rent Is advertised there, one of
these hundred people will probably be1
lodging at your house In a few days.
Autos for hire lit Ter. Stibles.
Mrs Allan Herbert Is seriously 111
Mal.o up a lalhlm party for WuIMp
A Sheriff s H.tle notice appears In this I
limie. ' I
liest oup of (Otfto Hi tbo city. Men
The Promotion t'oiutnltten meets at
I 3 no p. in, todn)
I Lilly's Poultry Pood nnd prepara
tions nt O .1 Dn s
Muny tnnoes lmo been washed nwaj
I by high lldi'd on Wnlklltl beach
' l)r II I. ltofs of Walmea, llnwnll
1 1 in Honolulu on a IiiisIiii'hh vlsll.
IIIoiu'h ento of lial Irish linen la llio
n'vnl of the vipek Don't inlna It
Nenllv ftimlshi'd roonia nt the Poo
ular. $1, $l.r,0 uud J2 per week. 1213
Look right on Thnnksghlng, by hav
ing our hat rlenned b) th" Expert lint
tllcnnnr, opp t'lub HtnblM.
C (J Yep Hop U Co , rocclxed n fieuli
lot of Svin'1 Violet C'reuniery Table
llutter on the Blcrrn, tilts morning
Indian Head for 10c nt Whitney ft
Manli s 1'rliliiy special tomorrow 'I lilJ
la lilt- koII lliiluli nnd 3.1 Indies wide
Ccmtractiir llnrrell mules Hint tho
ik.w K'ilianll.1 uimy ioit will lm rom
pleteil at ubuut tho 111 Kt of next ymr
Walklkl Inn u now owned by W. O.
Ilergln. AciommodnUon8, supplleu
nnd uttenduuew absolutely first iluis.
finest bathing ou the beach.
"Arabic" l.ieps Iron roofs free from
runt and pnrflfles rain water, (live It
a trial and bn iou lined. CulKoruU
Peed Co, agents.
A sptclal meeting of the law enforce
ment roimnltleo of the Antl-Haloon
I.pnguo will bu In Id at one Mock today
at the Y M C A
A to.il of paint Is being npnlleil to
tliu mono front of the Honolulu Drug
Co, It greatly Increases the appear
ance of tile building.
The ClainlliK) urrhed thin morning
from Maul and Hawaii ports with u
big p.aWnger list. Hlie brought 35
head of cattle und 48 hogs.
.1. It, Gall received n cablegram )fn
tenlay, In answer to one of Inquiry
from him, stating that forty-two mem
bers ot the baud were aboard the Ko-
Tho Iwalatil arrived thin morning
from Knhiilul. She brought no pan
EcngerH. The S. S. Nevadan wan iIIk
iharrflng cargo at Kaliulul. She left
for lllto on tho 20lli.
The Daughters of tho American Rev
olution will meet with Mrs. W W
Hull, 1T08 Niiiinnii nvenue, nt 3 p. m.
today. Any visiting ineiuliem and nil
eligible for memberslilp nro cordially
Invited to be present
Tho Heasldo linn plenty of surl
boards, surf canoes, Canmllan ennocs
etc, which are at the disposal of Its
gucstM. Remember that the best bath
lug ntul the best mirf for board riding Is
directly In front of the Seaside.
A meeting of the Walnlae. Kalniulii
and Palolo Improvement Club will bo
bold In tho (lovcrnment Nursery Hall,
King street, on Friday, 23rd Inst., at
r p in for the purpoito of laving out
Hie program for the ensuing iar. Eueh
member is earnestly reiiucsted to ut-
icnd, us Individual expression of opln-j
ton Is desired.
The grcjtcst Interest Is being evinced
In tho coming recital nt the Yoiiiir
Hotel to be given by Mrs. Mnckatl next
Tuesday evenliiK. tho 27th. The con
cert Is the outcome of numerous 10
qucBts of Mrs. Mackull'H friends lor a
program In which her versatility and
repertoire could have, greater scope
than in tho programs In which she has
uppeured in only outi or two numbers.
Mr?. Mackall'H appaiently unlimited
powers of Interpretation will bo put to
tlin test In tho program rIiu hns KClcct
cd, ranging from the siisliilned, Intcnto
"l.a Clocko" Morning Hymn to u
coupln of Hpurkllug Hprlug songs.
Judging from tliu incut utile ni'sUt
ants alio will have, Mm. A. II. lngalia
and Mrs. U 'Iciiuny I'eck, und the pat
roneHses who me luteresteil in tliu af
fair, It will assuredly bo both an art
istic and uni la I unci em.
"GOOD GROWING WEATHER."
A good lu. ul of hair is us much a
"eruwii of glory," for man iih It is for
woman, notwithstanding all the poetry
on tho HtibJeU upjilled to tbo femulu
hex exclusive!) In tho Keason when
lllea bite, tint liald-heudcd man tun
syiupatlilto with tliu Kgyptlans wlio
were so (sorely plagued on uciount ol
the rlilldren of Israel Why not try
Nowliro'H Ilerplclilur Olheru have been
lienellted und are laud In Itfl pr.ilbe. It
cleanse tho siulp, Kills tliu germ at
the loot of tho hulr and by keeping tin
sculp sweet, pine mill wholesome, tho
hair Is bound to grow iih iiiiltiro In
tended, rigaulless of tho temperaiuie.
Try It and bo coiivliued Sold liy lead,
lug i1iiikkIU Kind 10c, lu Ktuuilm for
stiuplv to The Herjilcldu Co, Detiult,
Midi HollUter Ding Co, Hpeilal
IIWAIIT III IIiIh illy. Nov. SI, lixio,
In Mr. mill Mm, (leo, It, Hum I, Jr.
Mr BULLETIN ADS, PAY "M
W wm vmw
I"""'' ' .'
Hers are two eyeglasses, one fitting
the noce correctly. the
other incorrectly. Thore Is no one
eyeglass that will fit all noses, but
our stock Includes the bost and latest.
To know the style best suited for
each particular nose and how to
adjust It Is part of our skill.
A. N, SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, TORT STREET,
I Over May & Co,
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i--i (Ji-l'H-GtJVT .-w -e laaa ft "la F I lav lalaaHaVlaVmn
"li HI ini I IMI I wwa
Ss&aST s5r xc3atflaiaw "SSsBKyR
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNO BLDO.. 176-180 KINO STREET. PHONE 887.
Relatives From Hawaii
Reported To Be On
Relatives of John Slemxen, leader of
thu gasplpe murileiuu, hnve Mailed 1. contuliiH tlin following interesting
fiom llnwull Mi San I'rauelsui to cn-liesiimu of the graft charges preferred
gni:e (Oiniscl aiuPiitliervvlsu nsslnl lii'nguliist Mayor Schmidt und Uoss Aim
Sleinsen hud nlrendy heard of tlielr
coming from Hawaiian friends when
been lu his tell ut tho llush-strcc-l sta
tion last night
"I don't know what good they can
do," he said, "but I'll let them do wikt
they please It's years since I've spok
en to any of my relatives or family,
but I'll be glad to see them, even
though li Is only through tho burs of a
Sleinsen throughout the afternoon uf
tested to lie as debonair and buoyant
Tliii dumps Into which he, was
plunged on Situidiiy bad disappeared,
und wlillu Ijmla Dubner, his ucconi
pllic, had u faraway look uud ucleil
us though lulling for human sympath).
Sleinsen wus reielving cullers und prac
ticing his avowed philosophy of mak
ing the best of things.
A certain class of women nro begin
ning to tako nil Interest l& Slcmsen
nnd before his trial It Is promised from
Htipcrnlilnl summaiy that hn will de
velop Into un object of misplaced fern
A dozen or tnoro persons railed on
him jesterday out of puro eurliHlt),
und ut leist half of theio were women.
Threw women guvo him ItoweiH ami
went out of their way to offer him sym
pathy, Slncu making confession about his
lather, who committed Hiilildu after
losing two rortuues in I'earl City, hn
Is not In lined to go Into his family
history lu ditull or Ills experlenu) in
Hawaii Call. Nov ili.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published in the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gnl notlcea, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin.
75 per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI Pr year.
W BULLETIN ADS. PAY "
Don't you want to be wise? If you
do, do as wise smokers are doing
ask for the
The manifold virtues of the Rough
Rider Cigar will convince the most
skeptical smoker after a thorough
trial, that It la matehlese for Its fla
vor and Is a sweet smoke, Why not
Sols Honolulu Agints.
COMNEfl MOTEL ANP TOHr OfS,
Nelson's Thin Paper I
Small volumes printed in large type
en very thin paper are becoming more
popular every day.
You can slip a volume In your pock
et when traveling; they are handy and
convenient to read In a hammock; they
take up very little room.
Bound In Turkey Morocco with flex
ible covers. We have the following
authors now In stock.
DleketiK, Juno Austeu, Rurni,
Klngsley, Tennyson, Thackeray,
The UroiiUs, Cnrlylo, Levor,
Shnkespenif, Scott, Ilitnjan,
CirvHiitis, Lyttoti, Elliot.
Price $2 per volume. Handsomely
Illustrated. Cash or installments.
Wm. G. Lyon Go.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8TREET8
Dlcnk books of all aorta, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the UulleUn Pub.
'I ho San KrnnUsco Kxnmlner. Nov,
The evidence gathered by Trancls .1
Honey and Detective. William Uurns,
wlilih will be submitted to the Ornnit
Jury ut once, embraces charges of cor
itiptlon against many memberu of the
Here uru somo of tho subjects Involv
ing charges of "graft" that will bo
plneel beforo tho Inqulsitorlnl body for
The United Uallrouds ITflbery. It Is
btateil that Mr. Heney haH evidence of
the bribery of tlio Supervisors by the
railway corporation for trolley fran
chises granted by tho County legtsla
tlve body. Tho sum paid by the rail
way (Oinpiny has been estimated at
I linn JTO.UOu to $-00,OUO.
The Telephone Franchise Doodling.
It Is alleged that tho Home, Telephone
Company paid money to tho Supervis
ors for a franchise, and that counter
brlbeiy wus resorted to by tho l'ncllic
KtHlcs Tolephono Company.
Tliu Liquor Lliense Holdup. Tho
eliargo has been mndo that Major
Hclimltz nnd Abo ltucf extorted money
from Bnloou men desiring liquor lie
enses fiom the I'olko Commission.
Tliu l'nllre Department Scnndal.
Open ullcgallon has been made that
lertulu membera of tho police depart
ment huve been In league with tho
iilmlnalH. These cluiigea will be thur
Tho Hllbeit Mothers' Kulllire. This
doubtful transaction Is said to Involve
imeinl members of tho administration
One of the members of tliu defunct firm
In at jin sent traveling In Uuropu us the
guest of Ma or Schmltz.
lllectlou I'lamls llio Inquisitorial
body will listen to ovidumo legal ding
iricgulurltles at llio polls, both at thu
previous and ul the icccnl eductions.
Holdup of 1'iencli Itcstuurants. The
(liaud Jtuy will bo culled upon to us
leitulii how tliu 1'iencli lestauranteiirs
tliioiigh their uttoiuey, Abo Ruef, weio
iii.tbleil to piocuiu licenses that weiu
ut flint denied tlieni
Hpur-Tiuck Privileges. It Is clulmed
that Mr Ileiley will show that the
Southern l'.iilllo used money In orilei
toc,iilu I hn passage of nil oidlnauca by
tliu SuporvlsoiH granting It privileges
In build spur trucks in this city und
I'.xlni; tliu l.tquor l.kenso Itnte.-
The cnguMiig of Abo Ruef by thu ll
tall l.lquui Diiileis' Associiitiou unit
i f ' I MlPliaW li W. J"
iiiii luniicnies urougiii in ueur uy nun , . ,
attorney lu ming u into sullublu to his I, l""v",! l. Angcdes October 20th.
illents will bo piobed by thu lrui.il,1 arl w"' '" . 8a" ''""'Cisco " '
juiuih morning of llio uoxt day uud on the
PilzeilKhtTiiistiiilhciv. Thuebari!Blf"lluwllB Monday called upon thu
that eerlnln ptlzellght piomoters pulu !" r tho different steamship com
money to tho Hupervlsois lu ordei In l""les as wnll us tho various railroad
get permits Is one which Is oxpeited lu mmpaiilea, I found Mis, Weutherred
iluMlop miisiitlomii evidence, I''1 lllu Western Tours Compauy com-
Holdup of ThKiilrlial Muniigeis, Itiforlubly Installed u hr lloikuluy of.
has been openly i Iiiii guil thin Ruef mil! 'Hi1' Mis, vVeallii'iri'd Is lulling nil
thu iiilmlulkliiiilnii held up piiiiiioluiaaiiluKi of nveiy oppniliinlty In lull,
limiting tiiuhliiili penu lui'liTl iu- tip Hawaii uud feels ussiileil of lief
liiiin.14 iiml jiluics uf iiiiHincincnt, liiblllly In hi lug down it lurgu uml iitp
MANY TOURISTS ARE COMING
(Continued from Paoa 1.)
which she seems to feel will prove of
eleclded henent to Hawaii. This offlco
leports constantly Increasing Inquiries
for Information concerning the is
lands from people who are evidently
planning an early ocean trip.
The first real work to be done was,
of course,' to endeavor to bring nbout
nn excursion from Southern California
The undertaking had been materially
helped by the members of the South
ern California editorial Association
reshlcnt In Loa Angeles, who had ro
deemed their promises made In Hono
lulu by tho publication of InlcrvlewB
lavornblo to tho project. Tho different
newspapers were expecting my arrival
and favored mc with extended Inter
views, On Wednesday, October 17th, 1 was
Invited by President Washburn to np
J ear before the Hoard of Directors ot
Oie J.os Angeles Chamber of Conunercu
to give them some Information con
cerning Hawaii Tho attendance at the,
Board meeting was u very representa
tive one. Upon the conclusion uf my
remarks n motion was made and car
ried thanking me for nppcarlng before
the in and authorizing and Instructing
the President to nppolnt a special iom
tnlttco to loo!. Into and arrange for an
excursion of Southern California'
business men to Hawaii, Thu commit
tee as appointed consists of Mr. it. II
Herron, chairman, Messrs. W. V.
Hampton, John P. Hughes, Robert
Marsh und U. I). McOurvlu: ull ot
whom are men actively Identified with
tlio business life, of this thriving clt),
and have further signified their Inten
tion to participate in the excursion,
Following the meeting of the Hoard ot
Directors I had several conferences
with the committee, thu members ot
which became quite cntbuslnstlc, stat
Ing that In their belief they will be
compelled to refuse people rather than
look for excursionists, and preillctlnc
further tnnt If they could secure the
accommodation they would bo able to
bring down fully two hundred people
At their request, upon my letum to
San Francisco, I went Into the matter
of transportation with tho different
Eteamshl) companies there. The
Oceanic people authorized me to say
that they could In all probability plarn
tho entire accommodation of the Ala
meda at the disposal of the I.os Angeles
Chamber of Commerce for a trip either
In January or February and further
that it might be possible for them to
nrrango to sail from San Pedro, re
turning to that port also with the pas
sengers 1 1 red from Hawaii. The man
ager of tho Pacific Coast Steamship
Company thought that It might be pos
Bible to place the steamship Spokane at
the disposal ot tho I-os Angeles Cham
bcr of Commerco and at my request
urranged to make a trip to Los An
geles for the purpose of consulting wit
thu Excursion Committee.
Not only the business men of U
Angeles but the people, of that city und
Southern California generally seem to
be anxious to know more of Hawaii and
aside from those who may visit us on
this excursion, we may expect a con
stnntly Increasing number of Southern
Callfornlans as the months roll by,
Mr. Harry Chandler, business man
ager of the Los Angeles Times, staled
that they expected to make the com
Ing Mid-Winter Number of their pa
per the most attractive that they have
ever Issued and upon my supplying him
win a number of photographs prom
ised to give at least two pagos una
potilbly four pages to a reproduction
of these views. Mr. Chandler promised
me. that the 907 cxcutslon
lor which they were ulready planning,
would sail either from San Padto or
Sin Francisco,-, making Hawaii a port
of cull and that arrangements woult
bo nuiile for the excursionists to re
main in the Islands at leust ouo week,
If possible two weeks.
Though many of the leading railway
passenger agents were In' Chicago ut-
tending a business conference, I yet had
nn opportunity of meeting representor
lives from the principal Trans-Contl
ncntul lines and was pleased to receive
from them favorable reports as to the
outlook for tho coming winter's travel
which it Is fully expected will equal if
not exceed that of last season, and wo
havo every reason to expect u certain
percentuge of visitors from this Influx
of tourists. In addition to the Incom
ing throng there are muny thousands
or people residing tin oughout Southern
uuiuornia, who uie ublu to travel,
many or whom are becoming Interested
In Hawaii lu fact thu travel to our
Islands dm Ing the coming winter Is
going to be lurgely regulated by the
available steamship accommldatiun uud
bids fair to bo much gi eater thau uuy
thing we have ever enjojed hitherto.
Two days of my time In Southern
California wuio spent In San Ulego,
where 1 wus uccoided a fu voluble ro
ceptlon by the newspaper fraternity.
All of tho dallies have a good word to
luy for our work und for tho Isluuds.
In every city visited I was most cor.
i.lully received by tho different nuwa
jjupcr men, whu gladly gave spuco to
I'll account of our woik uud thu object
r , my mHHuii.
resentatlvo excursion noxt February.
After three busy daya spent In go
ing through dan Francisco, Oakland,
Alameda nnd Berkeley, I left the nigni
of October 23d for Portland, arriving
ihere the morning of October 26th, My
first call was-upon Mr. Tom Richard-
arm, manager of the Portland Commer
cial Club, whom t found busy prepar
ing to leave for San Francisco that
evening. 1, however, broached our
plan to him for an excursion from
Portland, getting Into Immediate touch
v.lth the president and leading mem
bers of the club. The Ma) or of Port
land was asked to lunch with us that
r.oon and during the hour wo spent to-
(.ether, ho expressed himself as heart
ily In favor of forwarding any plan
Hint might bo brought forth tending to
cement closer social and business re
lations between Portland and Hawaii.
After discussing the matter thorough
ly it was deemed best to make It an
all Oregon movement and lu that way
t ( cure tho support and assistance of
the one hundred or mora associations
landed together In the Oregon Devel
r ment League.
At Spokane I met those actively en
gaged In promotion work and have an
tanged for tho distribution of our fold,
era In tho Chamber of Commerco
moms there, which nro visited by
large numbers of people and havo also
promised to forward a scries of slides
of Hawaiian views, which will bo util
ized two or three times a week In the
Chamber of Commerce auditorium.
From Spokane I went direct to Sc
uttle. The date of my arrival In this
city was most timely. A meeting of
the Chamber of Commerce had been
railed for that afternoon. Between CO
and 80 of Seattle's most prominent
business men were present nt tho
meeting, I wob asked to make a few
temarks concerning Hawaii and glad
ly availed mvsolf of the opportunity
to call attention to our climatic and
reenlc attractions and the advantages
offered by Hawaii as the place for u
home. Before tho conclusion of tho
meeting a motion was put and carried
urging the Committee, on Commerce
rf tho Chamber to see what might be
done to get In closer touch with Ha
waii both socially and In a business
Following up my plan of securing
excursions from the leading points of
tho Pacific Coast, I called upon Mr.
William Steel, president of tbo Seattle
Press Association and treasurer of
the National ICdltorlal Association. I
outlined to Mr. Steel what Los An
geles and Portland were planning to
accomplish and suggested that Seattle
nnd Spokano could well afford to unite
lu a similar effort, which If properly
taken up and pushed would undoubt
edly prove to be of great advantage to
tho Sound region. Mr. Sleerfavored
the plan from tho start and promised
to mako It his special work, saying
that he was sure of securing tho aid
rnd backing of Seattle's leading dall
ies. When I left Seattlo plans were on
foot to charter tho Princess Alice, tho
fastest boat on the Pacific. This
(teamer Is on tho Alaska run and tt
was thought might be available during
tho winter season. A telegram re
ceived from Mr. Steel the day I left
Vancouver, stated that good progress
rad been made and success was hoped
Uoforo leaving Seattlo I visited Spo
kane, moetlng there Mr. Frank N. Mc
Candlosa and others, who aro deeply
Interested In keeping Hnwall and Its
Interests well to the front and who
promised to do what they could to
rssl8t In bringing about the excursion
Irom tho Sound region.
From Beattlo I went by boat to Vic
toria, spending a couplo of days lu
that beautiful city. The Victoria
Tourist Bureau la quite an active or
ganization, maintaining an exhibit
room on one or the principal atreeta.
Through' Its secretary, Mr. Cuthbert, I
have arranged for a display of our
pamphlets, which will be kept ou Me
there constantly hereafter.
At Vancouver I entered Into Blmllar
arrangements with tho secretary ot
tho Vancouver TourUt Association.
In conclusion I believe I can aay
that the trip was In every way a suc
cessful one. Conditions were appar
ently propitious and tho time ripe for
such an undertaking on the part of
the Couimlttee'and I firmly believe
that the friends made and the adver
tising received and to be received as
a result of this trip, will result In add
ing materially to travel to Hawaii the
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