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HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 14, 1012.
I li C.A.
OR THE YEAR
. - .: " . - r - - - - , ' -. .
a a tt a t: a Un viz nu
,- mioa iuoifcucniu, wvijuiuu, uw
picture appears In this Issue, return
ed to Honolulu n the-Ilonolulan last
Wednesday "after ; having completed a
four year course In :the .University
of CJalffornia t , Berkeley Bliss
Crelghton's" engagement' to Air.'-Benjamin
' Conrad -was announced a few
months;agd end the wedding will take
place some time in June. ;' ' t
: :r:: : v -;Tv v'
' Dr and iMra. Homcr J?mlth' after
having spent several months' In' HorPuna, $ returned to." Honolulu, In -the
nolulu visltihg relatives lert for their
home In the East In the Wilhelmlna
v ; ,' 4ft 4ft A . .. , :: ,.;
Hfieaf M Cnfln,tf la antai4alnlnir
at luncheon todav for1 Allss Beatrice
Hole8worUC'- whose ' engagement to
Mr. Greenw;ell of ; Kona has .been au'
nounced. v . . " y :.' :
..;4ft? 4ft? t'v-
Mr. Francis Brown who has spent
the summer vacation with his mother
Mrs. Carl Holloway was a departing
passenger in the Wilhelmlna. '
. .. " '. ' . . ft 4ft " 4ft . ' '
- Airs. Frltx Lohlmann of Honoipu,
Hawaii who spent a few cayc with Ir.
end Mrs. Jack Hiwes at the Hawaiian
Hotel, left in the Zealand la for a trip
Mr. Herman von Holt left In the
Wilhelmlna Wednesday for school in
the east. Air. yon Holt has spent ifhe
DBst few months with his Darents Air.
and Airs. H. M. : von Holt.
- . -4ft
Miss, Agnes i Armour and Air. Mark
TTnhlnartn will - hn marrloH at Saint
Andrew Cathedral on the sixteenth
of October.. -
; We have just
likely to find elsewhere. This
gentlemen, hand bags, purses,
1 ' .
v - i'-rc.i.- .ir
u a a a tta u aa-aaaa a a
,. wa Alice uaTis Tvno uns year com-
pleted her course at Oahu College left
In the Wilhelmlna on Wednesday to
attend an 3 eastern, university; j
. ; ' ' ' " ' ft ft . ' .ft ' . '-' -v-
v f AII6S Dora ' Atwalerf who-; has been
spending, the summer w ith her aunt
Miss Kate Benncr, returned to school
in California: in the Wilhejmina.'- .:
Hiss ? Gertrude -Turners who lias
spent the summer vacation In-, Pahoa,
t., ; ti t -.v7l
. . tr a .
- Airs," Percy, Alorse with her .chil
dren who have' been on the mainland
for several : months ; returned . to the
Islands by the Honolulan. h' vl -; ;t
; i s v-- ; .'; I-..- ;
Airs. Doris Hopkins,: who has been
Visiting in Honolulu .for; a few weeks
returned to the mainland on the Wil
helmlna. , j:. ':'l '; '
Air. , Arthur Restarlck, the . son of
Bishop and Airs. Henry Bond Restar
lck; left in the , Wilhelmlna on : Wed
nesday for a visit to the mainland.
4fr, -ft ' i
Aliss Lily Hathaway .who has been
visiting in Honolulu for some months
was an outgoing passenger in the Wil
helmlna on Wednesday.
Air. Francis Eames who has spent
the summer in Honolulu was a depart
ing' passenger in the Wilhelmlna on
Mr. Ernest Gay, the son of Air. and
and Airs. Francis Gay was one of
the college students who left ia the
Wilhelmina on Wednesday.
Airs. C H. Dickey was an outgoing
opened an elegant line of leather
& Monday Punahou,
8 HllLv Manoa. Alakiki. .
$ T-s.daysWaikikl, Kaplolanl
S Par. Kaimukl.-Palolo. Mr8t
fc , Tuesday, Fort Rugec'
Wednesdays Nuuanu. PuunuL
$ Pacific Heights. First and third
Wednesdays, above Nuuanu
bridge; second and fourth iVed-
nesdays, below bridge; fourth
Wednesday. Pacific Heights: first
and third Wednesdays, Alewa r
ThtiMiaw TVi Plains
Fourth Friday. Fort Shatter;
first Friday - a
SaturdayV-KallhL Third and
fourth Saturday.. Kamehameha
nanseneer fn th Wilhelmlna on Wed-
nesday. Airs. , Dickey will make a
hort visit tot the mataland.
'' ft ft ft
Mn Vn-moi-iw nf v. w
.Jordan & Co.. w. oreu a dressmaking
parlor in the Pantheon building; Sept
to : i 99 "
is. rooms zw
Alr. Fred Schaefer left In the Wil-
helmina to attend school in the East
I Mr.:AmUT(!fh&hM spent the
summer, ,10 'HonoiJlJi Was-' a departing
passenger : in the Wilhelmlna.
'r- ; ft ft
Mn C. H ifnllnwav was hnctras at
a Ml suDDer it her home In ;Nonai7tt
f.. ln ?4auanU
valley on Alonday evening.
ui T:o im ::
""- , . -w- -v -
supper and oance at Kaaiawai on won-
Mrs. Edward B. Blajichard left yes-
her home for some time. v ,
i 0 , f . i ' ' -t,, i
Air. John Hackfeld is-glv ng a.d n:
ner dance at the uountry uiub. on the anA th ftl,Mnnr orlal functions ,u" J , " "Zi Z
nineteenth - : d e Pal luncuon8v grxnized by the boys will be continued.
V . g 't ! : ' J; " Wisdom was followed by L..R. Kll- The aero club, which held such a sue
Mrs. J. M. Kennedy o Fort Shafter ?m. the new sectary in cVs8ful meet last year has aroused
is, entertaining at bridge next Tues- thA e,Jeli0lxJ TarTto--HS?S'-''more temt than ever and another
day for miks MrAfPf ed as the firtt Scotchman to Join the meet on the same plans as the one
, f -" v i, ? '". ' ' employed force; which caused enthust-' last year ? is being' planned for v this
f MW.EUel Ui
inCngers will be married omeaime
next ' month i- - ' " '
; a ' a a ;
Mr and Mrs W W himberialn this year. -Kll-. uced l the boys department is the !' trades for the supplementary educa
...;Mr. ana Mrs. w. . w. namDeriam inm !'. ennA . nnhHn sneaker, clean- j.-x t. i - t inw hi.t. ,nt .n.ki.' i..m i KAn..
and children left in 'the .Wilhelmlna
on Wednesday for a. irinio fh roast
leave for the mainland in the. early
part of next week. - -' : . r '
' 4 v 5 ':
Mr. Edward D." Tenney left in the
visit, to the mainland.
for a short
. Air. and Airs. George Sherman left
In the Wilhelmlna on Wednesday for
a visit to the mainland.
- - ; ;' '-.i
W: W. Goodals with her little son
left in the Wilhelmina for a trip to
the mainland. .
, CROCHETED BAGS
The crocheted bags, now 89 much in
vogue are made with- white : mercer
ized cotton. The cotton ,1s. alsp made
In colors so that a bag matching, any
costume can easily be fashioned. The
cotton can be purchased, either by the
skein at 50 cents, or by the ball at 25
cents, one skein being, equal in quan
tity to two-balls, says the Chicago In
ter Ocean. The ball cotton is per
haps more convenient to '.work with,
but that is the only difference.
True economy buys only good ma
terials, whether in clothing or food,
and it Is better to wait a little while
for a good thing. If it cannot be
bought at once, than to get something
chean that will not last -
V Ars Philln-Fr-ls nlanhlneno PJf
wrs. rniup i rear i planning w..,,. .n i'fftr hft'mr .ann Kd.
line embraces gentlemen s belts, traveling bags with silver fittings for ladies
card cases, jewel cases, bill books, etc- It is a pleasure to show them.
Cortiing Period Expected To Be
Greatest in History of
With five of the oid staff on fluty
end five new men coming from sue
cessful experience eh ewhere. what
$ will be the greatest yr.r In the his
$ tory' of the Y. AI. C. A. commences
with a high ideal and lots of .enthusi
asm. The opening event which will
mark the commencing? of the year's
work will be in the form of a tig
g stag party on Friday night September
$ 27. which will be-followed later by a
concert and reception en the night of
October 11 to celebrate the first an
nlversary of the -dedication of the
building. The night school commences
Monday night September 30 and some
of. the gymnasium-classes are already
v under way
I The fall prospectus called "Club
d t!fe in the Y. AW C. A. comes out
a about September 25.
all go to make it the finest advertls-
lul?; " " "EE!" 1?!'
one ior uib iucuidcib ui wo not u-io-tlon
and the other for the list of men
the accoslation wishes to interest in
its proposition. M
. At the banquet' Thursday mgni in
Cooke J. Hall, the different heads of
i departments presented their plans for
j the year. Those present at the banquet
' were the directors truttees and Kecre-
. ""l , " il
dent iTrent called for the report of
i the treasurer, and F. a Atherton pre-
- nted the budget' for the next eight
.126.000 and showing the sources from
i w?,c.n Ws money would. be4erlyed.
After the;adoptlon the budge LJMn
. j Trent called upon fth6 general secre-;
I wry, wm Kave . fuuu u
inViwt: MTh Telations.of the asso-i.
r,,.',v' . .7 , ". :
' "ii.r, .to -; tne ,vtconsiniciiye :
forces". He showed how the chris-
tlanlzatlon of the thief social forces,
' MAmAtir 1 v 4Ka Kama ': fha cohAAl TnA
uauwvi .. . -v-. ; ..-w.,.. -
church, work ancbpiay. me reiauon?
.- th. aRaocitlonto eac of these five -
.forces was demonstrated, showing the
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msrt mo nssnrmiinn ih rn n xv in i uu-
plans of the social department for the
coming year, including the cafeteria, ;
the; L, bowling aHeys ,
M a.Bi-.Aa m a; aMvn wmi . i no iinn n n ss .i-
IMUI UUUIUW1 uiB iiiMiiret .j.u6
the religious rk epartment and the
ct and convincing, ana nis aaaress
was well liked by all present Follow.
xowse tne - memDersnip cpmmuiee
plans. 1 Ai: R 'Utrtler. f Pjtf l
educational, deparTfaient! of Syhlch he
has had; charge for the ; past three
years. . ; ..... .? V -..V;.
After the talks had j been given the
ioiiowmg cnairnnn 1 01 tuiuuiiiiecB
were appointed: Theo. Richards, boys
work; Ed. Towse, membership; WT.
Pope, educational; W. G. Hall.'areligl -
ousT r P: Pratt, ' house' and Fn C.'
mV ir nibhbr'
Air. Lau, tne new 'pnysicai ai.ector,
nrHvoa hr. ht wMk Thirty flew
B,1" utAV -?.
ihwuucio cie c'cwcvi -rw mci..
at th meeting, making & total' of 1085
members in the central bunding, tne j The establishment of the employ
largest In the history of the-associa- mfent and vocation ' bureats are now
tion. Though no specfal campaign beIng discusged. the latter being a
has been made indecent. months- to -pIan to f,nd out a theipossiole
Increase the memberships this thirtr tions open to toys and youn men in
being tut th normal increase during th. . n tho nTano
a very quiet months, a .campaign Is
being outlined to onng we-mimoer 01
members up to 1500 by the first of
May. The new secretaries nave oeen .
added to the force, hot to secure add!
tlonal members, but to serve more
effectively the number of persons now
Probably the busiest committee at
present is the one hiving charge of
the work In the boys department. 11
'has been planned to divide the boys
f into four groups first, students of the
goods articles of
CE.NTRAL lTS10X RESUMES
After an interim of six weeks when
no evening service has been held at
Central Union' Church, there will be
many who will again welcome the
regular Sunday evening service to
morrow evening. The associate min
ister. Rev. A. A. Ebersole, wlirpreach
a sermon upon a subject which is of
vital interest to all thinking people i
Under the theme "God's Slow Making
of Us," be will discuss the problem
of suffering and pain. Miss Collais,
who has returned to her' work at the
church, will be heard in a solo at this
service. The general public is most
cordially Invited to attend.
CENTRAL UMOX CHURCH.
Rev. Doremus Scudder. D. D. min
ister; Rev. Amos A. Ebersble, asso
ciate minister. . . .
9:50 a. m. Bible school. Air. Wil
liam A. Bowen, superintendent -
10 a. m.-rSunbeam class (Ktider
garten department). ; - Miss Cross' will
return to. the leadership of this class
Sunday, Sept.il 5th. and parents are
asked to have. all children present'..
11 a. m. Alorning worship. Sermon
by the associate minister -."The Ba
sic Quality of the Growing Life,'
18:14b. ,r t ;:::3r.:i :-:-t' ?;.?r
6:30 p. m,-r-Chrlstian ; e .Endea,vor
meeting ;Vr "Gen Boothand - the Sal.
vation Ariny."In charge. of Miss Lou
ise Gullclt;; y-:,; v-c;-":
, 7:30 p, ,m. rEvenlng .service r Ser
mon by the associate, minister -"Gd's
Slow Making of Us",, or; The , Purpose
of Pain.? ;j t : f
A most cordial : invitation is extend
ed to alt visitors apd strangers In the
city to attend these services 'on Sun
day at Central' Union Church. ' ' , t
grammer schools; third employed
toys, and fourth,: the boys, helonging
in uih uuiKieiiL uubs m uin uui. a c
names of these clubs win ;be ch0l en
the following baslst-the emnloy-
. hoy rlnh will be named after some
promisent man or national nero; me
, b f the erammer school student
17 i.. Lri
(North Amerlcan Indians, the club for '
win w -.uau4eu.Mic1 BOIUC UlTO ut
... . ..: .v.;i -: j .m
. v actlvitles. - irvmnaslum games ?
whle SJdr '
- . a . & -- . aw - - -: ;
creatine iuucu iiueresu - , ..
in- tnrxrtth win hi Intro:
project pn wnica. pro v. k
e(i M successful among, the, afsocia- j'
firms rtn the mnlnlanrl ' At nrpspnt Mr. (
JLoomls is la communication with, the
: x.. r t..t.
Vjle Florida, and is learning air the
''fine points of the system. The object
0j the garden propect is In the estab-
; liRhment of gmall gardens foi the
Wg. each ctoud to have its own plot
of;ouni and each individual boy will
have hia own geparate garden. All the"
work guch ae8 preparing the ground,
ntantin? und harvestine- the rron la to
t done by boys aione wjth the
0cCauct o? a'an" wHo
T ;r "fV . - ,
ot tbe lookout for. vacant lots iu dtf-
. -v. .lj -
iereni paws or tne cuy ana as bood v
aft. these are securea tne work win
decided upon, an expert from the "main 1
lat,d win be engaged to take charge
of it I
The committee in charge of pur-
chasing pictures and statuary for the
building met at noon yesterday to
devise the. generar policy for the pur
chase of these. Several statues have
already been decided on and also sev
eral very fine carbon prints will be
The educational work that is plan
ned for the year will be divided un-
finer quality and workmanship
-HOME OF TRITIP (XEW
TI10lHT). Christian healing and teaching. 1220
Kaplolanl street, near Beretanla ave.
noe. . Airs. AtVM. Hunter-Jones, teach
er and healer. -
Sunday service. It a. ni.J subject
The Raising of the Dead ' ; U
Thursday, S n.'m ft course of le&sonsH
on Practlciil Aldapbyslcs. . Subject
"i ne uranary of tne buoconsdousj hour. Provision Is made for all ages.
Mind. -. jour kindergarten is modern In every
.A metaphysical library and free respect and the little ones look for-
iwuius-nwui are cuuuecim wuu iujwara every weeK to this hour with
Home, to which we welcome all visit-.eager anticipation. The Men's Bible
ors and investigators of the New class, under the direction of Judge
Thought.' , ' .' (n , JQuarles. is a most enjoyable place for
all. - ; -V
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BE0RGAMZED CHCRni OP JESW.
CHRIST OF LATTER PAT .
f-.'ts jft.JU wm te Ud by Miss Mary warne.
Church on Klngr street near Thomas. This service promises to be one of
Square. v1 . V , ! : ; ' (unusual Interest and young people are
Sunday school at 9:4o a. m. Classes
In English and Hawaiian. ; . '
s ; Preaching at U m. in charge" of
Elder. G.' J.jWallcr.
:- Keiigio, xoung -eopic s meeting ai
6 p. m. .- ; : , -r: , v: -,r .-;
., Preaching at 7:30 p. m.. in charge
j. of Elder G. J.. Waller, "a
All are 1 welcome to come and wor
ship with ns.
' : Bishop 'Restarlck will preach at SI.
Andrews Cathedral tomorrow morn
ing at eleven o'clock.
v METHOD 1ST- Jl 0T E S. . t ,U
't FIRST AIET110DIST CHURCH, cor.
ner Beretania avenue and Victoria
street Rev. R. Elmer Smith,-' pastor;
telephone 3253. :,Pa.rson4ge, adjoins
church, i ' ' ' . '.j ' . ''"1 . ' .
der four heading :,. First' the night
school classes f. second the-educational
clubs; third, lectures and practical
talks, and ; fourth,; the reading room
and library. ' - ;.r. V
':' Under; the first beading1 there are
three groups: First; the preparatory
- iY aaoe -f t AmnlnvA frei - arhn
nave not nnisnea grammar ; school,
These classes rive the most lmnort-
. - - -
ant subjects, of the sixth, saventh and
hkdui Kraues. idd ire uauer'iuB ui
Davis, principal of the
tbe College, of. Hawaii; second., the
J. C. An-
derson; stenography,, under E. F. Ale-
lanphy, and typewriting, under AI. J.
Aloore; commercial arithmetic under
AI. J. Bairos of the AIcKlnley High
School; : business English under E. R,
Tracy and W. H. Alelnecke. Profes
sor Andrews of the College of HawafI
will cooperate In the English courses;
third, the : Industrial cdurses; the ob
ject of these' courses Is to meet the
demand of apprentices in the various
- J:"4? in .Cn
finished workmen. A course in shop
mathematics, free-hand and mechanl
cal drawing for machine shop appren-
Hpoi hHH h Afforcwf nndar tha AWec,
' "on 01 J. r. Berry, aiso a course m
mechanical drawing for -young- men
learning surveying and serving as
PPj;en"ce" ,n the boding trtdes.
19 - T. Weeks, who hai charge of this
J;?8' J" f 180 7S, m- arcBnilec
tural drawing, H. A. Taylor, engineer
with the- Mutual Telephone Co., will
give Instruction" in algebra, geometry
and . trigonometry. It is planned to
ervislon. of R A. Cooper will also be
introdnrpd. Th obiect In Introducinz
;iniroaucea. ne oojecx in lniroaucing
is to help the ' young
fjnen and boys of Honolulu to better
quaury ior tne;worK iney are aomg
and to prepare them for better posi
tions In the future. ; Last year two
hundred and forty-one students were
enrolled in the night 'school and an
increased attendance is looked fpr
this year. - ' ' ":;r. '
Under the second heading comes
the clubs, some of which are' before
mentioned. In the men's department
a chess club was organized with A.
L. Alackaye as president One of the
present actions of this club. Is the
proposed wireless chess tournament
between the local association and the
eMchanics, , Institute Chess Club of
San Francisco. This was to have
been pulled off some time ago,, but ;
Qn account of the wireless not work-'
ing all night there has been some
The regular services of the church
are as follows: v ; : ....
? Sunday schoof at 9:43 am.' '
wen s uibie class at 9 : 45 a. m. -'
Preaching service at 11. a. m.
Epworth League -service at i:30 pjn.
Preaching reprice at 7:20 p. m.
Our Sunday school is alive " and
1 growing. You will surely enjoy . this
At the Sunday forenoon preaching
service the pasto will take for his
theme. "A Wealthy Poor Alan.- fl
The Epworth League service it
especially urged to be present : .
( At 7:30 the pastor will take for his
' subject "Something Better." Come
and find out what "something better1
is, A terse gospel message avails
Ours Is a People's Church. People
from every ; walk . in life will find . a
cordial welcome awiiiin? them at all
our services. -You will find here a
beautiful, well-ventilated building.
homelike atmcapbere; good music by.
at chorus 'choir;' evangelical ' preach
ing; and inspiring and helpful devo
tlonal Services. ! Tourists and settlers,
strangers and the well-knowns, mall
hlnls and kamaainas, are all alike urg.
ently invited to enjoy all the privilcgf s
of the-church. '"Come thou with us
and we will do thee good.". . ;
delay. , ' .. '
4 The . Lyric Mandolin? and Guitar
Club under the direction of Prof. De
Graca ' had their first meeting Wed
nesday; night and twelve of the musl-"
caVy inclined members of the a? so
elation turned out On Friday nlslit
the first practice was . held and the
playing was a success from every"
- ...a... JlL J .U
fldent that the club will be able to go
before the public by . the middle of
November. Folic wing Is a list or the
members of the club: . Guitars: Pro
fessor W.- Graca, D. Lv AIackave, A.'
T. Wisdom, John Ash:y and E. Kit-to:-
Alandollns: C. F. Fprgty, J.rW.
Grote. A.' E.' Larimer T. Carr, O. Stc-'
vena and H. V. Gear; X'e: II. B.
Allent CaUo:" Edgar Anderson. :"
V A'glee'cWb will be organized very
VL A 1J At1"' ft . at
suomy ana mose interested are now
on the lookout fcr a suitable director,
Inhere are plenty of would-be Caru
sds , In th fir association" and a Ebtid
director could work wonders wllh
them. The debating club will also be
'i formed : during the winter under the
.11. .it .i . 1 . in &f . .
Jiuie uirecuoa 01 iuai iiiusiriuus urf
tor. A T.Vl8dom. W f .
The third heading involves lectures
and : practical ; talks. The education
al committee plans to make a feature
of educational lectures during, th 9
coming year. A class lecture scries
under the direction ( C. G, Heiscr
on vestments will be given in coopera
tion with the health league which is
soon to be organized, and lectures ci
first aid to the injured will be given
by a prominent local physician. On
there wilt be a practical talk to th?
students of the educational classes, c
and tentative arrangements have been
made to have talks of special Interest
to. shop men at the coon hour la the
various large shop throughout the
city." Ed. Towse, chairman of the
membership committee has an illus
trated lecture on Hawaii, which he
offers to give at the, military posts. " J
The fourth and, last heading con
cerns tner library 1 ana tne reaamg
rooms: Arrangements have been made
with ttia Itftnnlnltt Hhfp fft" a rlr.
culatlng branch in the association
plan it la to form a reading club. - 9 -With
the finest1 equipped building
in uue wuriu lur witj u it one, ,a
employed, force of tenr energetic sec-:
MfariM h ttnnntnlii V M f A .
looks forward to the biggest year In
U.,'Vl.t. TVfl. W a, taaara.' nana r9 '
IUI ucow. Jm ... vu . . - . v .wa v -
directors. ? committeemen and mem-
il H W.J. . I II K .JUI. I I ID .UROJI . I . LUCI JJ.AT-
Ka. lllaa tia.
sociatlon. It promises to become one
of the-Uiadlng.forceSs In , the lives of
the 'boys and youn? men of Honolulu.
than: you are
at . -V