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SNAPSHOTS OF THE SEATTLE EXPOSITION,
WHERE WEST'S WONDERS ARE ON VIEW
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PROSPERITY 18 ,
Old Officers Re-elected, Fresldent'i
Report Is Read and Many New
Projects Are Mentioned A
Prosperous Year New Plans.
Tliu nnmi.il mcrllim of the ineinborH
or tliu Chamber f Coinniorco )i'lcr
tiny nftcrnnuu w.m nliiirt iiiul lo lliu
point ami It took linrill moro than
twenty minutes to ronil rcpoits and
elect (iincorH for tliu rimnliiK jenr.
Tlio nointnatlonii or tlio noinliiiilltiR
lonunlttec wore nted Into olllco iinaii.
Inioiialy. Tho executive, offlccra cio
reelected. For the comliiB jear the
ofllccr nml trustees are as follow h.
Prcslilent, Jiinics P. .Morsan, lcu
prcslilent, .1. 1'. CoiUo; Hecrctnry
treanurer. 11. 1. Wooil; trustees, K.
Taxou llUlmp, JnmeH I). Dole, .1. I).
Kenneily, A. Hartley, C. Ileilemann, 1.
W. Klnmp, i:. K. I'axtim, M. I'. Itobln
Ron 1'. M. 8naiu, V.. 1. Hpulilllii;, IX
D. Teiiney nml lllrhiinl hers.
1.. Tcnney Tick nt elected to the
tlinlr to preside over the moetliiR ow
liiK to tho iIoiMrturf of lr. MorR.in
lor the io,ist on the Alamed.i.
Mr. Wood's leport us Binetiry
f lion i'il re,trly the ktdw ln useful
ness .'mii( streiiKtli of Hid Chamber.
There nro nov 120 members on tho
loll, 2", haliiK bun milled ilurltiK the
past year, in iIiIiih n Kiln of 23 per
As tre.iiuiei Ml Wood's resrt
clioned r-clpts lotillu;; f l.r. tjl.t 7.
out of which them t n lul.nice of
tlfi.tfiOl loft In Hie tieasiiry.
President McrQin' Report.
A letter hiis lend fiom Mr MoiKin
expressliiK loRrct Hint h" w.is un ibln
to nltcml nml predlctlm; n Rrenter use-
lulness for tliu Ch imlwr durliiK the en-
Ills repTl fur the W"ir rhp h 'nil
Library at a cost of upward of $100,
O00.(f0. The Children's Hospital, to
cost 130,000.00, will soon be fllllshcd.
The Konian Catholic Convent school,
cosllni; $73,000 00hna Just been com
pleted, as has tho Kplscopul School
for Girls (known us The I'rlory) at a
cost of $GO,000 00."
Railroads, harbors nml ngrlciilturo
were discussed nt lenRtli and of one of
Hawaii's newest Industries lie sa)s:
"The tnpplnR of seej:itt scory thou
sand rubber trees will ciiniiiienco with
in nnother year and it IsthoiiRht by
Ihoso who have looked liltothe mutter
carefully that carao, for which there
Is u stoadv dc'mnd nt koihI prices, cap
bo surcessfiilly Brown."
The balance of the report vvns Riven
tip to n history of tho work of the va
rious committees of tho Chamber, to
tho lectures' and entertainments tliat
they hao had and to their participa
tion In the conferences, etc,
The report will he printed In tho
usual form and nlso Incorporated In
the Rcncrnl nnniial report of the Chamber.
Th success or the Misknt iikrm ).i(fle exinnltlon fiom the flist bus far cxrecdul the most saiiRiiliio ex
pectations of tho pi pl of the I'aclttc toast, nml the IiIr fair pionilseu to eLllpsc uiitbliiR ever held west of
tho Mhtsltfclppl exee.t the St Louis fair. Indeed the promoters of the Seattle fair are not sure that their
show will not draw more people than did the Umlslana Purchase exposition. On tho npcnliiR day of tho
Seattle exposition 'Hiiro weto S9.G00 persons on tho grounds, and ih0 nt temlancs has steadily kept up. Ex
cursion trains me dull) iHiuriiiK vast multltuiles Into Seattle, and as the summer advances and the fnrmliiR
cimtlimuit sets Its waj clear to take ahnlldn there is little doiiht that the crowds will Increase. As the pros
perlt of the west Is on tho up Kradu and tho prnspict for crops Is excellent, thcro Is no reason why tho Seat
tle show should not leap u hiivcst of dollnrs to the very dny of its close. Those who have lidted every
blK fair since the "hlladelphla Centennial have nothing but praise for tho Alasku-Yukon-I'aclflc esisltlon.
Tho mlnliiK exhibits far surpass anything of the kind ever assembled nt n similar event. One of tho uccom
pnnjlns photORrnphs shows tho Cascades, ono of tho chief wondeis of the fair.
"LIGHT OF YALE"
FOR UNIVERSITY CLUB
Secretaries or other nuthor-
tzed representatives of clubs
ure nsked to send in a list of
events, scheduled by them, thit
On the w ills of tlio I'nlveis'lv ( lub
In the near fu u will bi hum; a Ihmii
tUiillj lllin.i nii I rop) of 'Iho IIMit. they may be 'tncluiltil In the
i.f Yule," n siai i ipi'itid ricintl) utj pioRrnm. Aililfeaa ull commu-
tbo ImiupiU Rl i In honor of .IiiIrkj nlrutlons to tlio Sporting L'dl-
Woodrurf, the Si id rnlei.il .ludci, tor, Uvoulug Uulletln,
of 1 Inn all. ww i appointed. .
The letteiiu; Is donn In (lotlilc ami i
Old KiirIIsIi ml Is Mirioumlid hv n'
ill llcute boiilm of wnti'i (olni Huts j
DeputJ ITnltLd it itti Alton t) W T
Itawllus has iio m tsp i of the i
VOICES OF 26 NATIONS
JOIN IN LORD'S PRAYER
I!armcnttlbcrfeld, Germany, Aug.
1. Tho conference of tho Young
Men's Christian association today
dlsrussed work among soldiers ancj
sailors of all nations, l'rluce, llcr
nadotto nf Sweden presided,
Tho business session nf the con
ference closed with tho rqcl(atlon of
tho Lord's Prnvor In nngllsh, l'rencli
and German, nml with tho voices of
tho delegates of 2G nations joining,
with mlRhty volume, in tho singing
of the old Herman livniii, "Now
Thank Wo All Our God."
Forty grent meetings were held
today In llarmen anil Kllicrfeld.
LINK FOR HAWAIIAN3.
With Thousands Of Unemployed In
The Cities, Crops Are
Chicago, August 6. While thous
ands of "uncmplojcd" nro burden
Inc the cities. Indulging In .much
soap-box oratory and parading' with
banners to tho effect, "Give us work
Mid bread, not charity," tho gfcnl
Northwest, with n record-lircnklnR
crop Is Joudly calling 'fofJliclp to
savo It. '!'' J tj f.
So urRcnt'Js the! need, that tho scc-
rntui'lpft'nr rfimrriflri lul'iind ficrlcul
FOR JULY COMPLETE
,roturl,cs(of ,puirtmdrilalnnd agrlcul
tuiiitXodWd'i.thdiUako'tau and else
Where have appealed to tho poltco
departments of large cltclcs to send
men. South Dtkota ulono needs
S000 men ut from $2 to 2. CO per dny
iinU board.v.ThoiJallroau'i uro twf jl-ing-lto
'transport, genuine laborers
Showing Slogan of Board of Super
visors for "Good Roads" Is Be
Ing Carried Out by Road Super
Statistician Anderson, of tho Ilond
Supervisor's depnitment, has just
conlpletcd n tabulated list of the ex
penditures on Hie sVrccts nnd roads of
the city nnd count for .Inly, showing
what Is being accomplished each
month to innkp:tliem the bist of any
country on the. Pacific.
,The fnmoiis Poll mad to date has
emit $1.0." x ,12.i liu ImlliiR Rrndlng. ipiar-
fico of ilmrgo to tho wheat fields rvlng crunhril rock, carting, spread-
In tho Grand Pacific Hotel lodu utiiR ami rotlliig. The snmn wink on
In order to suvo tho crops. It Is Vlcloila stiiet rust $781.02, ami on
doubtful, however, It many of tho ' Alnmnauu road $7 111 OS. On other
unemplocd In the cities will accept
TOBACCO MEN ON DEFENSIVE.
Link McCnndless, who has been
watching Ihu Hawaiian strlkebrenkers
do their work during the strike huIi)
pli'lo 1-c.iiiiiip of Iho Itnintivpini'iilh niii)i"ileiiljy thut ho was soiry to sea
advancements of Hip Tpirltorv's In, I many of them lnld off liy tho man
diistrlcs during Hip venr with which lagers, ' He said It would have been
the Chimbir hi" been cloelv I lend- better for the plantations If the Hn
fled Mllltiry nffilrs were dwelt upon wallana were retained, as they havo
and thoi th'ng" now of villi Intcrer1 been Rood nnd fine workmen,
to Hawaii's business men discussed, McCandless believes that many of
In building lip give a b lef lesuiun i the Hawallans would like to htay on
of the work In tho pnst ami of pro- the plantations, If they could get good
giesslve plans ho speaks as follows: houses to live In.
"Plnns nro ulso practically complet-l
id for tho erection of a new Public IT- nutl GTIN ADR pav -nsa
roads as follows: a
Queen street, bitumen $3SI Queen
street, pa'chliiR. $1133; .ludd street,
patching $.'. 3R, Punhl street patch,
Iiir, $32.81. King street. Klftb District,
$12 50; Oil Platform lvvllei, $101.11:
Kullhl Pound $123 95: Alewa Quarry,
icpalrs to fence, $18 S"; repairing ma-
ehluery, iHhor, $22l.5i); carls and wag-
Chicago, August 6. Tho executive
hoard of the United States Mnnufac
tuicrs and Merchants' Association met
noon to plan acilun hi n.n..,.,.,.o .u -i
tacks thut nro being made on tho to- hum, repilrr $17981; Merthnnt street,
bacco Indiisti. The board, eiiibiuciiig I gutter, $12r,s.S, King hlreet, oil sec
tho heads ol ussoci.ulous of iiianufac-l Hon, $3S.7I. Lilllin street, illtrh,
Hirers and merchants of Now Kng'
land, Now Yoilc, Uultulo, Cleveland
Detroit, Louisville, Washington, St.
Louis, C'lucinnatl, Minneapolis, Mil
waukee and Chicago, represents busi
ness men, firms and corporations with
mi nggrc'Rutc capital of upwaid of
"Action nRiilnsl tho tobacco In
dustry, hnvliiR been oniclnll an
nounced by the leaders of tho Piesb
ti'riiin church and the Woman's Chris
tian Teniternnco Union, has become
a menace tt) tho property and liveli
hood ol hundreds ol tliousands of peo
ple In nil walks of life," said Prcslilent
Itlckel today. "Wo alii trjlng to du-
vise n plan to dam the everlncruaslng
$ll.fiii; Niiuinu street ?37.1S; School
street. $.12 3J; Dole stieet $1.51; Vine
yard Bliet, $i:t 10; Ilerelniila htieet,
$iri87f Itlver street, $l!l'l8; Asluin
Iloail, $l!)2ii; Union stieet. patching,
$11.8-!; Kilkui stieet, patrblliR, $10 95;
Mauon Itoad pittchlng. $15.10; Punch.
I owl lload. Maklki sldo), $110.41; All
.Moana road .patililng $59.75; Hnilth
street, clennltiR, $2 11; Mil kei
street, cleaning $2.12; Tantalus ronl,
cnutoneer. $.15 90; Illshop Kstate lot,
gradiug $2 50; Coral street, patthlug,
$12.75; Fort street, ditch. $11.17;
Storm sewer, cleaning $110 OH; Street
Sweeping $79.Mr Sprinkling Sheets,
$494 05; Ala Moaui Ilrldgo. $103 PI,
Kilkui InlilRK, $189.72; Alexander
flood nf Kpntlliipntnl attacks llnon one li.trrpl. 90 71;! Piinrhlmwl Klippt. Htorm
of tho most Important blanches of in- drain $S22 84; Kcawo ditch, cleaning,
liurtry In this country." $17.15; Ward street ditch, cleaning,
$10 CO; Kallhl Road ditch, cleaning, $8;
All future reexaminations of persons Mnklkl ditch cleaning, $59 S5.
confined nt the Settlement are to be i
mndo at Knl.uipnpa. President Mott- Georgo W. Smith, former president
Smith of the Roard of Health states . of tho Merchants' Association, said
yesterday that the city of Honolulu Is
certainly cnjo)ing a prospcious busi
that nearly all of tho applicants for
e examination choso Dr. Goodhue ns
li'imlsomnl fr uiiiil nud Intmiils pin
renting It to Hi) Club souu It Is tho
woik of Vlggo J.icobsen tin mtl'-t It
will bo cspeclnll iippnclili'l by tli'"-e
of tliu Ynlo Aliiiiuil win .iM wont to
foregiitlur nt tho Club Iho vetse
leads ns follows-
Tin: light or YAt.ir
Not as a star that cll.uba tho puiIu
To fndo inglorious In Iho momlng
Nor one dawn drifting tlitriueh tho
shades of night
Horizon linimd, to sink and fall-from
Hut In her pinn Pluniil niotrfiMhriod
Of shining truth, all othei lights with-
All ever ilsliu all IIIiiiiiIiir Hood,
Dlsiellliig shnile nn I sheildlng niught
Aug. 2-1; Kums vs St. Louis.
Aug. 28; Piinnhou vs,
Aug. 22; J. A. C. vs. IT. S. M,
Aug. 22: C. A. C. vs. K. A. C,
Aug. 21: II. C. C. vs. Maul.
Aug. 21: Championship
Sept. fi: Medal.
Sept : Inter-Island
Mr Caiiieioii, the assistant book
keeper of tho Mclludo plantation, has
been In poor health the last few weekt.,
and Iiiih beiiii obliged to take a vacn
Hon fi inn his position of seveinl
JHJT DULLCTIN ADS PAY JHJ
. iiinullis In eoiisiipieuce,
Isiicndlug on Haw nil
e 1 1 ' o
The Do ml of Lliiiior License Com-
mlssloiicrii estenla declined to grant
Jack Huberts a license for tliu Ken-1
lucky saloon on Alakea street. At
torney K. C. Pulois appeared for tho
applicant nnd showed that theie had
bieii n marked decieaso in the mini
lei of saloons In Iho ilistilct mid that
Ibero appealed to bo no serious ohjec
tlou lo the grautlug of the license up
on the pint of tuslilints In tho vlclu
It The Kentucky saloon was closed
houiu t lino ago on the grunting of n
tiansfei of license to James Tlioiup
I An application was mado by Gcoige
'Lciiirus, tho propiletoi of Hut Union
Grill that the pl.uu be ri anted spec
ial uftei-liour piivlleges. The lloanl
stated that It would tonslder the peti
tion and nniiouiito theii decision at u
' The other matter that cuno bcfoie
tho Hoard of License Commissioners
cstPiday was Iho iippllrntlon of Kl
in urn Iho manager or the J ipnnesp
Chinulcle, for tho transfer lo him of
the license of the Siinitse saloon Tho
present holder of the license Shine
mnlsii Is returning to .lupin ami Kl
lilllin sns that ho will snvei hfs con
I ettlou with the Chioilele In iiliout
hl iiioiiths Ah Hii'ik was no opposl
Hon to tlio tiansfei of lliu IIcpiiso fav
rabln ndlnu was taken oil the icipiest
b the lomiulssluiius.
Brewed from the very best materials obtainable
and according to the most modern methods. It is lit
erally ALIVE with natural force and nutriment glows
and sparkles with creative might and power. '"
It is "liquid bread' nay. it is more than that, it it
"liquid life." , j,; .'
THE KING OF ALL BOTTLED BEERS
Bottled Only at the
St Louis, U. S. A.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Distributors, HONOLULU
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