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EVENING IHJLLT-TIN, HONOLULU, T. Fir, nillUY.-llinC. X,lWS.v
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All Ready for Cushions
On Sale Saturday
. Now on Display in our Show
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Cor. Fort nnd Berctania Sts.
Reduction Sale Begins Wednesday, December First.
1028 Nuunnu St.
Own Your Own
' AND STOP PAYING RENT
Anipuni St. Two cotlnucsj lot 70x108; lent $40
per month; a bargain .$3,000,00
Fuumu Six-room cottfiRc; near Lilihn St.; lot
Kapiolani St. Eight looms; modern; a' perfect
Knimuki lots, "near car line 35000
Lusitania St. Six room cotts'i;c and bath 1,000.00
School St., near Emma Six rooni3 ; a daisy .... 2,700.00
Hawaiian Realty Co.
Thonc 553. 83 Merchant St.
iiiwstai2ffi2 m ii
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
wiUrNCXT TO-YOUNOlDLDU.i'170-1l)0,KING 6TRCCT, PHONE 23A
LStite.Mii!- -dtojqv.. flrfttrtii
Opp. Fire Station,
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THREE MONTHS TO
PREPARE FOR EVENT
Acting Secietary of the Promotion
Committee, Makes Reply to the
Statement of Treasurer Conk-
At the. mcctliiT of tlio t'loiniitlon
Cimuultttc i-j$lcitla thoie was u gen
cal dbcusslon o Huiuhl Dillingham's
plans fc liu (liir.il parade. While tlie
floral parade 1h jot Unci' months away
tl:cit' will lie lit (lino lint In mnkliu a
beginning, tnc Ku.Mlc.st amount of of-!
fi.it toward mousing i-til luiKlriHiii being
ci ntored upon the Inst month.
In tliu ionise of IiIh it'port for tlio
weik Acting Stcrt'tary Cooper of llio,
Pioiiiollnii Committee makes rcfomnco
In u stntetiicnt by Tmasuror Conkllng
Unit ho did lot sco much Hawaiian
I'romotloii l.ltt'rnluro during hi trip
I'.int : Thu repent is ns follows?
In it newspaper intcrvlt-'w publish
i'il several das ago, Hon. I). Llojil
Conkllng, Territorial Trcasutcr, Is
mported to lino commented at sonio'
length on tlio general Igiiornuro
thioiighout thu e.iHt on matters Ha
waiian, iiml to have stated that, dur
Ing Ills iccent entire trip he did not
boo n Wider or utU.or bit of Hawaiian
rrouiutlon Committee lltcratutc In
any hotel or railway station, Tills
limy H'Pin to bo an lliillctiucnt
llgnlliBt our wink but It Isn't.
I toiilil b,io told Mr. Colliding her
foro lie started Fast that bo would
mil he nlitc In llid our printed nint
ler'ln Hip Inuitloiis bo ineiitloiis, ex
cepting that ho should have been
uliln to dlstnvcr Mime In tlio Pacific
coast iltles. Wo mo nut making a
M'licral dUtrlhiitloii elsewhere, not
hut it might not prove aluahle to
do Ml. hut bemuse wo hnvn nut the
lliianiliil means In do it.
I J fry few dnjs someone mils at
our olllio with an Idea on tho dls
hcnihiatlnn of fails lonicrnlui; Ha
waii. Almost nil, however, mu
plans for a wider distribution of our
pilntcil matter, and while some or
them uro new to us, ami I mil only
loo glad to hao this evidence that
our citizens me giving Mime thought
in tlie noik of-ndvoi Using Hawaii
lid, the point I'waiil t ike is that
tho Held to be covered Is not tho oli
vine fe.ituie, but tho getting of inn
teilal to dUti Unite mid the expense
Incident to this distribution.
As mi Instance lu question, an en
thusiastic fraternity man came to
nio tho other day with a proportion
like this. The order whlth ho has
In hiliul claims over half a million
members. It should not he difficult.
in scone inrougii tlie secretaries of
the v'ui Ions blanch lodges an upp'uix
Imately toiupleto list of all tholr
mimes, with iwhli esses. Now hi this
pmtlciilnr order them Is nil unusual
1 large niiinber of persons of means
who me In the habit of traveling,
and a, circular letter to eery mem
ber of the older, accompanied by
fconio of our folders, would no doubt
math a very laige number of per
urns who would bo Interested. .Now,
all this looks very good, hut this is
what 1 had to show my enthusiastic
fllend. Ho had novof counted on
tho expense, and was somewhat star
tled at such figures ns theso:
Postage (j icnts) on SO0.0UI)
500,000 folders at 2 cents
oath (our- latest Joldcrfl
tost mcr this amount..., lo.ooo
i:nflopt'sLat $a.00 per M.. l.ntitl
This total doeli not Include any-
thliig for circular letters, which
worn suggested, nor for clerical work
In addressing and stamiillig a very
11 would bo ery easy to hao our
folders dlsplaed In piacthally nery
railway station, and ecry hotel lu
the United Slates, pnnlded wo linit
tho means to pay for tho material
mid the distribution. Well organiz
ed tiuiipaulcs toutiol tho racks In
theso idaics all over tho country,1
and mo thoioughly reliable and con
scientious in their wink. Wo' liow
uver, only patronlzo one, and Hint
onu handles our folders very woll In
tho larger iltles of tho Pacific Coasj.
Wo get Mimo cry good fne servleo,
liowaver, fiom sonio of tho big ton
list agencies and transportation
agencies, whlih llnd It to their ad
vantage to make uso of our matter
I u ciitoui aging tiavel. Thus I am
Miilto suio that had Mr. Conkllng
visited tho olTlca of Thus. Cook &
Son, In any f tho Kaslern cities, ho
tould hao setiireil' very Icomploto
data on Ilnhlt!A Tho same would
have been tine of the numerous of-
II ccs of the Ilamoml & Whltiomb
How a Great Resort Advertises.
Atlantic City Is without doubt the
greatest tourist msort In tho world.
Its nnutal attinetlons mo not great
er than half a doon other places
In tho tommy, and no one ilalms
that Its tiemeudous Miccess, and ever
Increasing populailty Is due hi unj
thing else than peislstent am) skill
ful ath ei Using The only Industiy
of Atlantic City is the hotel business
and it doesn't want any other, Tho
phuo has sevcial lonimcrtlal organ
isations, similar to those lu Hono
lulu Those liavo Joined in cie.itlug
ml Hippwlliig a "1'iibllcltj. (lu-
renu," tho work of which Is similar
In scope to Hint of the Hawaii Pro-!
motion Committee, It i.u.i advertise '
Atlantic City In practically any way
within Its means, exicpt through
newspapers nnd peilodlcals. These i
mediums me leserved li the hotel '
men ns Is staled that the Atlantic
City hotel men spend not less than j
loOO.OOO per ear In advertising'
aloiiit these Ihies, nnd they have ills-!
coveied that liy'tnli means they can ,
hold ciovvds dining tho winter, as ,
well as in tho summer, mid they
have now an all the 5 ear loiinil re-i
mrt. lu mi nrtlile on Atlantic City
In tho winter, the Travelers' Hall-
fttny Guide, published lu New urk
City, sa.vs: j
'"One reason fur the lonllnued sue
tcss of Atlantic City Is the enter
prise of Its hotel men, .who have
ilaied to build grea and expensive
hotels, and who know how to ad
vertise and do not hesitate to do It,
without Interruption. Tho samo en-j
lerprtso might have made other sen-1
tide places of simitar situation nultc
as famous, but It would bo Impossi
ble now to rival Atlantic City, which
Is known and talked of tho world
Hawaii Becoming Known,
I do Jiot think that mi one who
takes tlic trouble to look over tho do'
lalls of the, work which our organi
zation has been doing for the past
thice or four cars will be nblo to
suggest any very radical thanues In
methods with the means available.
There is every evidence that our
Territory Is becoming very mill li
morn widely known than l was a
few joars ago. Here Is n bit of evi
dent e along this line clipped fiom
the Loulsvtllo (Ivy.) Courier-Journal
of Nov. 3. It hiivs editorial!:
"Why does Hawaii still try out
for Immigrants? How can 11115 one
who is footloose leslsl tho blandish
ments of a bulletin pieparcd by tho
Honolulu piomotliin committee" to
make paradise look pale gra; beside
Ions are at present under
way for the aniiuil free Christmas din
ner for tho poor of Honolulu to bo glv-
tn by tho Salvation Army. Tho plan
this )cnr Is to send out 0110 hundred
baskets, each containing Biilllelent for
a family of live persons, In this vuiy
rupplvlng Chrlstnus dinners to live
hundred poor people. Tho, h iskels
will he delivered the day before Chi 1st
mas by tho workers of the Army at tho
homos of tho recipients. Major Willis,
who has charge of tlm arrangements
has several olncors at present engaged
111 looKing up worthy cases, for lu onl
ei to aold being ImpoHOd upon tln
Army people each jear look Into all
cases, visiting tho homes mid finding
oat tlio condition or U10 rami lies.
On Christinas Day also, a Christmas
tablo is to be spread for twenty-flvo
homeless men 'at the Army reading
mom on Kuuanii sheet.
. Another feature of the Christmas
piogrnm is planned espeelallv for the
ciiijiireii. two big Christmas trees
mo to be erected at the hall on Nun-
anil street, ono for tho street children
Tumi one for the members of tho vari
ous Army Sunday, schools.
Mliall contrlbut on boxes inn be nir
placed In somo of tho sttires to help
meet tho expenses, and Santa Clans
will soon appear on tho street with
fls familiar "kettle." In lecelvo the
communions or tho passers-by.
OAHU AUTO RIDES FOR
Tho following circular Is being scnl
out to niilninobllo minors by A Lewis,
Jr.. Wlllanl llumn and P. U llonie:
An automobile, trip around the Is
laud has been Planned as nart of tho
.vii 11 h la'aguo campaign to ralso tho
iiinorciiiosis fund of J2300. Owners
r.iu requested to donate tho ilso of their
cars ami cnaiineiir.
Tho day set Is Decemlior lRth. 1009.
leaving tho Young lintel at SMS a. m.
i.uncii at Ilalclua.
Knro 8 per jiissenger. from which
lunch will bo furnished and balance
I aid into tho fund.
No faro asked of owners drlilng
Homier it iinssllilti for others to ni.ikn
gifts of motor rides.
JOAN OF ARC.
Tho vast amount of publicity gien
llio canonization of Joan of Aiq cause's
a ileslro on tlio part or thq masses hi
learn something of her history. Tho
motion plchuo makers liavo provided
a series of pictures vvhh hits of hor
lire shown lu colots which will bo pre
bfiited nt tho Park tonight. There aro
soino exciting scenes depleted and tho'
colorlst has dono hlsMvork well. That I
It Is a Patho film Is sufficient recom-l
mendalloii for It as to quality of tho
photographic features, tlio combination J
giving something (u,t Hels 0110 to
tl Inking of tho ninrMjIs of tho century.
Tliord will Ihi plenty of other subji.cts
tl'own and enough of thu comedy eo-
.11,. t ., s.iuni- unj 11111st exacting.
Tlioro will bo gisid music and tho Mel
lotto sisters will sing lu their usual
captivating manner Do not let tlm
sign of rain keep jou uwa fioiu'tho
Pr.rk tonight; the covered section will
kcip away the molstum and uu will
liavo plenty of fmsh nlr to bieithe,
lllshop W. T. SahliiH of tho e
fonucil eplK0p.1l ijmrth lestued a
domestic fiom an upper lloor or his
homo nl Now1 Vol I. In a (lie. The
gill was llir0ifcjni3. ,k y.,
Fit Style Comfort
HAS PAY DAY
PATJATVV T.ATF. THIS ATTT.TTIf)fN
SEVERAL OLD TIMERS WILL
00 TO COAST CUOK HE
TURNS TO DUTY.
Yesterday, the 2nd Inst., being Pa
rade day, theio was no parade hut il
will bo held today at the usual time,
l'lrst cnll It.'.U p. 111., nssciuhly S
11 clock. Several peoplo visited I'ort
Safter last Thursday to seo the pa
rralo but? were illbiipiHilnted as theio
was none. It Is assured that there
will he a parade this afternoon at S
o'clock. All are welcome.
Go To Coast.
Private William McKenzle, Conipahy
O, ITnglnecr Corps; Private Kellx
Marks, Company i:, 20th Infantry, and
Prlvato Grove Moore, Company K, 2flth
Infantry, will ho sent on tho next
ttansport to the General Hospital, Pre
sidio, of San Francisco, for further
Prlvato Simpson, Company K, 20th
li'faiirty, and Private Gardner, Com
I any H, 20th Infantry, are lolleved
f'tini special duty 011 tlio target range
nnd will report to their rcspectlvu
company commanders for duty,
Prlvato Kverett, Company A, Kugl
neers Corps, now casually at Kort
Shatter, will proceed on tho next trans
IKirt for San Kranelsco, importing on
arrival for IransiKirtstlon to his proper
Million, which Is Washington Harracks,
Tho tioopa here woro. paid Thurs
day, 2nd Inst., by Paymaster Major
Kay. There Is from three thousand
flvo hundred to four thousand ilolhus
paid to tho nildlers at Fort .Shutter
monthly. Pay day was curlier than us-
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
'Everything Photographic" Fort Street
Ai till ti
Customers who pride themselves on
the -NICETIES of dress find in Our
clothing FIT STYLE and COMFORT
lacking in garments costing more
money. Every Suit is cut and tailored
in conformity with the latest and most
approved fashions. No wrinkles, no
puckers. Just a smooth, perfect, stylish,
comfortable, all round fit.
We can show you Suits in all the
latest winter fabrics.
mil this month ns'lt has been nut earl-1
ler than tlio 4th or 5lh for several
mouths. Tho Ilattallou was paid lu
the -follow Ing order: Post 11011 com
missioned start, inimioninilstdoucil
sloned start, moil loninilssioueui
tr, 2nd Dallulloii. 20th Infantry, die
linient Signal Coips. detachniciit
jpltal Corps, Co. 15, Co. V, Co. (1,
'. cg. H?iu,
Prlvato Morse. Co. K. 20th lufan
try, has been rtlluved from special
duty ns cook lu Co. V. and Cook (II hoy,
whose place Pvt.Morse has been filling
has taken up his former duties as
cook, being mleascd from tho hospital
n fen dnjs ago.
First Class Private William Sinclair
and first class Prlvato Hubert Ahlrlch
of tho Hospital Corps will proceed oil
the first available transporr to San
Frnnclrco,, reporting on arrhal to the
depot of recruits and casuals. Angel
Island, for discharge Theso men have
many frleiub at Fort Shatter who arc
nil sorry to see thcqi leave the post.
Tom Tarter forineily cmplocd as
motnrman foi tho II. II. T. & I.. Co.,
began his duties ns quartermaster
teamster at Fort Shuftcr Wednesday.
LAUNDRYMEN PAY COURT COSTS
Judge Andradn assessed the cost of
I roscciitluii iiikiii seven Chinese who
had been airalgned upon a chaigu of
conducting a laundry business without
having taken out a license. Theso
enses have been pending lu the 1:0111 1
for fcimio weeks, aw ailing 11 decision
fiom tho Supremo Court. Three lie-
ffiiilnnts who have not thus far rum-
pllcd with Jho law were notified to do
so nt ouco and appear before tho mag
Ittrato within one week.
In an address at Lawrence, Kas
Prof. B. A. Hess of the University of
Wisconsin, said children should ntltnl
rchool twelve mouths In tho jenr.
Were first on the market. They have been Imitated, but the imitators
tire nlways behind in trying- to catch .up with , the improvements that
arc being- constantly made in Eastman films. Eastman films not only
have flic greatest latitude speed, and the best
; chromatic quality, but, in addition, Eastman films
Be on the safe side -and buy EASTMAN FILMS.
MAIN WITNESS AGAINST A
LkbAlt 13 UAIU.UUJIV
(Continued from Pace 1.)
n ' willley
ju,KU fur c
lawjers were carrjlag on their lUht ,
campaign institiiieu o) -.;:
tho lato United States'!
Mcllenry Is well known to tho pollen
of Manila as well as along the China 1
coast from Hongkong to TientBlnJ;
Front what can ho learned hero he left 1
Shanghai for Honolulu after tho police
bad raided u thanghal hotel conducted
!) Mclluiry nnd another g-imbler
i.nuied Noble. Iloth of these men had
operated in the Philippines during Ih'j 1
ntlrrlng "I)ayb of the Fmplre " At tin)
height of tho famous regime of thu
l.ow deceased American Consul Gener
a' Goodnmv, at Shanghai, Mcllenry, as
well as a host of other men and wo
men, held sway lu Shanghai, whem
gambling and most every form of vlcu
iclgned supremo. Wllfley's purgcC-..
tot confined solely to lawvors hut ho
slso mado It cxrii'tllngly hot for var
iants, gamblers and harlots who
claimed allegiance to thu United
l-cal's friends contend that the tnclt
icknow lodgment coming from Mc
llenry as to his gambling proiiensltles
lenders his testimony In tho matter of
tin removal of tho officer unworthy iif I
consult riiiiiiu wiieiiier "i inu aiii'iui'
or the members of thu Grand Jury.
Leal, on being Interviewed u,
morning, said that as fur ns Mcllenry 3
was concerned he had only sisjkcu luj
tho man once. "I called him to my of"3
flio ami told him ho had better get
out of the count r us ne did not wuntl
men of his tpo here," said tho exjjj
chief. , M
Many ieople aro enquiring why Vldl
should have hi en stationed at thai
liojal Annex to watch tho (hiIIco sta9
him If as stated by Mcllenry, lxjiil!
had been bribed to allow the game, to
'Color Ratio" ortho
t- fi fr hnrniaiififi
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