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HONOLULU vSTAR-BULLETEN, SATURDAYXQV :2,fl91r?
Our milk is fed .direct
frocu the electrifier into
our social milk bottles
sealed' by machinery.
There Is not the slightest
chance for dirt or any
impurity to get into the
This Is only one of the
many advantages of be
ing supplied by
1: Phone 1542
It is indeed a hopeful sign of the
times when the churches of a city can
unite, not only in conducting union
religious meetings, but in the promo
lion of community health.
The union mass meeting in the
Bijou theater tomorrow evening is
being hold under the auspices of the
Inter Church Federation and services
in the churches will be dismissed that
every one may attend this meeting.
The social service committee of the
federation has arranged a strong pro
gram. Governor Frear will preside
and the two principal addresses of the
evening will be given by Dr. A. N.
Sinclair and Mr. Jas. A. Rath. . u
An . interesting feature of the even
ing's program will be the stereopticon
views which will be used to Illustrate
conditions as they are and as they
should be. There will be the finest
kind of music The Kamehameha
Glee Club will be out in full force and
under the leadership of Mr. Geo. A.
Andrews, will furnish several selec
tions. The social service committee wish
it distinctly understood that this
meeting is for all the peopJe of the
city of whatever nationality, only so
they understand English.
No more important meeting , of the
kind will be held in this city this year
than Ibis -meeting Sunday night. Let
everyone come and make it a memor
able meeting in the history of the
Inter. Church Federation.
FRED. B SMITH IS VOI ERFUL ,
SPEAKER, SAYS It1 YORK PAPER
J U 11 Li
Geary Street., above Union1 Square
V - 5 European Plan $1.50 a day up ' ;
4; American Han $3.00 a day up '
;tTew rteel aid Ulck structured
; Erery comfort and convenience.
-A liigb class hptei at very moderate
" rails. -In the renter ot theatre and
. retail district.. On tar lines trans-.
': f erring to all parts of city. Electric
: omnibus meets r all f trains j and
; stumers. HpteJ S(e wart recognized .
: as Hawaiian, I&lku J Eeadojiar.tcrv.
Cable Addrets fTrawets"ABC tode. v
JJL Lore.llonolulu representative.
' Kelsforx CoocrtU BuRfina. 23 Boons. 21 M
When a man can take din's "Mi I j the background while he Illumine;
my trotter's keener?' and from tha' ' that text with ail his powers ot ora-
' worn and threadbare text extract U'Z a,,d Weal ' , , - .
Every man, is indeed his brother s
etrmoa "with a punch In every para-keper he saM aDd to a degree that
graph- and make the old message 1 tan hardly be estimated. And that, he
: reem quite new, io fraught Is it with said, means that every act has its sav
; broader meaning; when he can, with j lng or ruining effect upon every one
! the same text that' haa been drawn one comes in contact with. He laid a
upon by. preachers since Christian great emphasis upon the father's part
! preaching began, startle his audience ;.ae "keeper" of his eou. And upon the
. and Inspire them and hold then al- Jypung men be laid the greatest respon-
ways; ana wnen ne can turn mat same . sibiiity of all.
With all my eoul.- he said, rl en
treat you to make a fight to be clean.
to make a fight to be honest.. for upon j
The Sunday Morning. Bible Class
which Mr. Ebersole. the Associate
Minister of Central Union Church Is
conducting in the Lecture Room of
Kllohana Are League, is proving very
popular. Eighty-six have now enrolled.
Of this number 37- are young men
and' 49, young womerC
The new books, which are to be
used as the basis pf the year's study
have arrived and will be distributed
Sunday morning. All who have enrol
fed and all others who intend to join
the' class are urged to be present to
receive their, copies. .
Two more Sundays, atleast wlll .be
taken up with the Introductory Lec
tures which Mr. Ebersole Is giving
on the history of the Gospel Records.
The special topic to be considered 'to
morrow morning Is "The Formation
of "the Coran" or "How the particular
books in the Bible came to be includ
ed and why other sacred books writ
ten at the same time were excluded."
. The class. Is open to all young men
and young women, as well as young
married people who are not already
connoted with any other church. It
nieets promptly at 1& o'clock and clos
es, in 'time tor the 11 o'clock church
-HOME OF TRCTIT (XEW
. THOUGHT). ;
Christian. Healing, . and Teaching.
1220, Kapiolani street, near. Beretania
i meeting, which he started out to be
) something entirely different, into a re
vival meeting of the finest kindwell.
Irt's a man to he reckoned with any- your lives nowdepends lie fate of an- 4ivunp
ty-::-- .' ' ; lo'her generation. Some day. you iwillt Sunday seryice--U a.'m.. Subject,
j "America's. Greatett Sin'.', v, as the f be the fathers and if you will tell me The Master. 'and His Works." "By
une ox an auuress given, m ujnTen-i" jvu toau wwaj, 1 wiu : Their Fruits , Ye Saall Know Them.
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COMFORTABLE REFINED I
; MODERATE PRICES -
October 13, by Pred B. . Smith, one of
tho members of toe Smith-Robin world
tcur.t representing the Men, and Re
liglon Forward Movement, wkich will
visit Honolulu in -January - t
An item from the Rochester Herald
ot October 14 concerning the address
speaks as follows C , v- i "
Mr Smith's address, is, of the kkind
that must be hoard. So nnch depenas
upon his personality, his two-handed
I verbal blows, Lis mastery of the hrt of
moving an audience ry: appealing to
Us epirltual rather, than ' Its "purely
mental side, hat his words tet down
on paper seem somehow not to be the
some ones that Issued from his" lips.
Eat when scores '"ot men rise to their
feet and declare - for God. 1 and. the
things a speaker advocater. one needs
in further proof of the effcctlvenwa of
the appeal. : -''r-f-
"Every man ought to stand forth for
God not only for his own sake' but for
the sake of the men around, hlm.7 was
tho , gist v of .Mr, Smith's address and
the ithlugs men who may have Jbeen at
tracted by the misleading title Of his
ta-'ki came 'tokhear, tunk speedily in
; .' Headquarters for the Army
and Navy. ' . W J- l-'V ' " ' ': --'t
SpeciaT dinners on Wednesday f
v and Sunday nights. V - J J
Corner Wilder and Puna hou . I
. v Phone 3427 v' "'":
- WAIMEV KAUAI '
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I' Tourist. TVd tliiUd
"; GOOD MEALS '
Rates RevMisl ;
C W. SPITZ ' i ' ; PrapriHer
With characteristic forcefulness, Mr.
Smith flayed death-bed repentances.
Says Death-Bed Repentance Rot. ;
"Now is the time to declare for God
and, right Jiving. If you have, been a
sport all your life, be a game spoTt at
the end and take a chance I'd like to
stop the mouth of every preacher woo
talks that sentlmeptal drivel nboui
death-bed repentances. Its rot I. hope
the, day -Is co ruins when the. great
Thursday, Svpt in. A new course of
advanced lessons, on "The. Science of
Life.".. Third , lesson; . subject, ,The
Corner Stone." . These lessons ; are
open to all who wish to hear them.
,,All studcuts of the -New Thought
will find books and magazines by al
the prominent New Thought authors
la the library at the. Home, to which
we welcome, all Tisitof3 and inrestP
gators. r's; y-'-'t
A cordial Invitation is extended to
church-will rtop putting a halo, about all
the hea;d of the man : who commits
every sin In t la lifetime and repents
with his last breath. It's a coward'e
trick and you'll excuse, but If that kind
of people go to Heaven, I'll, choose the
other place." , - . ;
So throughout the hour or more that
Le: talked, Mr. Smith. flayed hyprocrisy
and deception and s appealed t lo the
men to. take stock of -their, thoughts
and deeds and the way they were Lead?
ing. And at the close; row after row
arose, to silently ' demonstrate that
they 'were trying to lead the life he
urged them. And many others silently
attested that they would rmake tbeir
beginning ttenli, . '. ',-
REV: A. A. EB
CHURCH ADVEtlTISIWG AS EFFECTIVE
Has prepared for tb tour
ist business by the' addition
of two more bungalows
beautifully furnished. They
are now ready fur occu
pancy. MISS JOHNSON,
Emma, Above Vineyard
; FREE SII00T1MJ TRiriLEliES
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Wise Bather
'(The Rev.-A. A. Ebersole, .associate
minister of Central Union church, pre-"
sented before the Honolulu Ad Club at
Its weekly meeting last Thursday a
paper, of .unusual interest on- "Church
Advertising." . He urged strongly the
value, pf strong dignified . adrertislng
to a progressive church. The iaper is
given below practically in full.)
r The . topic ujon which you ' have
asked me to sjeak today is most time
ly. During the last few years the ques
tion has been seriously asked among
Christian leaders why should net the i
" There has been published recenUy
ty the. Association Press the .first
book, so far as I know, upon the sub
ject It Is the-report of the publicity
commission appointed by the Men and
Re'ision Forward .Movement and sub
mitted at the Men and Religion Con
press held in New York City
This report, as the commission
ers say, in their introduction to the
book, is the first effort made by the
Christian churches of IJorth America
to present a scientific, nation-wide
study of the relation of the periodical
press to religious work.
The subjects treated in the volume
indicate the thoroughness with which
the commission did its work.
The basis of their work, as will le
Sen from the chapter headings, was
formation gleaned through the
eans of carefully prepared question
aires Kent out prior to .Jhe Men and
Relig'on Congress to all the leading
daily newspapers of the country, to
the foremost religious newspapers and
to a large list of representative min
isters and laymen. The best possible
evidence of the wide-spread interest
in the subject was the generous re
sponse which came back to the com
mission from all these different class
es, putting into their possession a
largo Ixnly of tho most valuable data
ccr gotten together upon this whole
question of Christian publicity.
If there were time I should like to
read to you ortions of some of these
rhaptf rs. These men know what they
are talking about and they speak with
conviction. To ray mi ml many 't of
their: statements hit, the; nail squarely
on tho head. :
But . as this pajier must necessarily
be brief I will retrain and content my
self with brief quotations from this r
port as 1 speak for a few moments
to the !tvo plain questions, "Why
should the church advertiser' and
Vlia 'j r. u o m it nf trio Kott motltnrfo
for the church to employ in its adver
tising?" 1 want to present two principal rea
sons why the church should adver
tise. . There are many others, but
these are the mOst Important
I. Because it has what men most
need. . , . .i-'
. There isno time Jior have , I the
disposition at this time to argue" the
question that religion is a fundametit
al need of life. The man without some
last j religion is not a normal man, and
upon a .man's religious . and moral
ideals depends his yvorth to the world.
AH social, political .:nd economic re
forms of any ermanent value have
been thought out and carried through
to realization by men who were root
ed and grounded in deep religious con
victions, and it always will be so. If
we expect to continue to make prog
ress along right lines, we must keep
to consider this all-Important matter.
2. The modern church ought ta ad
vertise because in no other way will
it get the hearing; which it deserves.
Whatever may be said in excuse for
the church in the past does not . hold
cow. The chnrch . of the Twentieth
century must adwertise if it Is going to
get the attention of the Twentieth cen
tury man. Modern life Is complex.
The demands of politics, business and
society are so varied and so insistent,
the average man has such a multiplici
ty, of Interests, that he will overlook
those matters which are not. persist
cntly and forcibly brought to his at
tention, especially if those matters do
not have a direct bearing oh the prob
lems with which he Is wrestling . in
everyday life, and that is where the
average man classifies religion, as a
mcrt or less theoretical Speculation
about the life hereafter.
Now my. contention as a churchman
Is, and the investigation of, the pub-.
Deity, commission shows, that church
leaders all over the country are; com
ing, to, think this way that . yre . must
adopt some heroic measures to force
men to consider the claims and the
profits of religion and the right of the
church, the organization whlchjstands
for the perpetuation of religion to a
part of their time and money."
It seems to me as I Siudy toe situ
ation that the church has already lost
valuable time and allowed men to drift
away from its influence because of a
false notion that it is undignified for
a religious organization to adopt such
worldly methods to further so high
and holy a cause. Thinking men are
seeing that something must -be done
to turn back the tide of America's
manhood, Into the channels of activity
mapped out and directed by the
church. Until within the last few
years the percentage of me'n.in the
membership of the Protestant church
in America-was gradually growing
smaller; but thanks to such virile or
ganizations as the Y. M. C A. With' its
up-to-date methods of propaganda and
such a strong, sane movement as the
Men and Religion Forward Movement,
with its comprehensive program and
wide publicity, this defection is at
last being checked. Every church of
any consequence now has its men's or
ganization, ana more ana more, as
on producing men who have the right these men come to apply the methods
stuff .in them.
In all this argument 1 am assuming
that the church is the best available
which have made them successful lead
ers in business to the promotion of
the interests of their church, we shall
Corner Song and Bethel Streets
THE SALE STARTS ON SATURDAY, NOV. 2nd, AND WTLL
LAST FOR TWO VEEKS ONLY
REAL BARGAIN PRICES m BARGAIN COUNTER
' ATTRACTIONS v"" ' '"-" ' -
, LADIES WORSTED SWEATER JACKETS, Refialar Sale price $3.00
One Lot CHILDREN'S SHOES, Regular Sale Price $10... ...........
One tot LADIES' SHOES and PUMPS, Regular price $2.50 pair......
. . . Cargaln Price. 50c Each
.... Bargain Price, 50c Pair
.To clcte out at $1X0 pair
Fine Una of LADIES' LAE HOSE,' Regular 50e Values! . . . . .'. . .To clote out, 2Sc per pilr
i One lot LADIES' WOOLEN SKIRTS, Regular $3.50 and $5X0 each ............To close out, $1.50 exch
Large Assbftment- of Fancy Ginghams; ; regular 10c per yard,
One lot MEN'S STYUSH 8H0ES,' Regular Value $30 peKpair. .. 1 . ; i.To close cut at $2.00 per pair
"Special One lot M EN'S ATHLETI C U NDERWEAR, regular 503 and 75c valuta ; . , . . .......
'. ; '. ... .'' . '? ... ... v i . i .'. r . . . .. . . . . -. ...... ,.j .' . . ,T .clc$e . out ot 22 C C2C h
Large assortment o';. MEN'S WOOLEN SUITS,- Werth $10.00 and $12.50 V.-.To elcee out, $1C0 per suit
Lot of BOY'S WOOLEN SUITS, Regular price $3.00. suit . J . . 1 , . i . . , iTo close out, $2.53 per suit
Fine line of -MEN'S PAJAMAS, Regular $1.50 and $2.00 per Suit .C. Your Oppcrtunlty at $1X0 per suit
MEN'S ' FINE' SILK HALF; HOSE, all "t-'ver .town.' 50c i . 7!' .PttBarsaUi Pries, 3 pain -for. $1X3
LOOK I LOOK! LOOK I
No. S025; MEN'S GUARANTEED SQUARE DEAL HOSE, Rejular Price $U0 per bcx cf tx pairs
Sale. .prica. $1X0 per.,box and ery pair graranteed to !wear l.x mor.the of" new Hose returned FH"
kWe have en the way" our large Holiday line that we will; display forUbe"-; public ; afteV this ZZ
MAKE ROOM SALE. ,
; A .few extraordinary bargains will be on display at the - Bargain Counter. - Those coming first will
get the best ejections. AH other goods marked down to Bargaln Price to rraake room.
REMEMBER THE SALE STARTS SATURDAY, NOV. 2nd
. -,?-;r-'i:' ;vryr;, X'rH:K IWVv-iK'1
v- i.t,rv. ic-i-A.. . iornr
and Bethel Streets
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at too low a temperature, lard a little higher, but
aent hy which this very training is! see far wider ami a far more agsres
belnj; given. The church, aboui which sivo pnhlicity given to the activities
I am speaking, is the live, up-to-date i of the church and to the principles for
church, which has less to say than the I which the church stands,
church once did, about getting ready Now as to methods of publicity.
for heaven, and a lot more to say I VVi;at are the lest ways for the church
1 to get the attention and enlist the in
terest of this busy, materialistic,
money-getting, pleasure-loving world?
1. By educating the press to a point
where it will recognize the news value
of religion, or perhaps a better, way
to put it is. by oopcrathig with th?
lhat we are dealing ! press in bringing to the rending prtblic
which is of the su-! the most interesting phases of pres-
about a man's duty to begin at once
to live the rignt kind ofijife here.
Therefore, I say the church ought to
utilize every legitimate means to
bring to the attention of all classes
the claims of religion. Advertise?
Yes. wh.v not? If we believe, as we
have just said,
with a matter
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the new vegetable oil cooking
smoke at 455 F. r Grisco gets so!liot that it
outside of the food at once, arid the grease cannot soak
in. This is the secret of the deliciously crisp food it
makes - . l, ... - ,y--:
Your Grocer Sells
and the laymen of the churches.
By Paid Advertising.
premest importance to the lires of j ent-day religious services. The blame
men and the progress of the race, wej for the dearth of religious news items
are recreant to our duty If we do notMn the daily papers of the country He3
let men know it,. ami persuade them quite as-much with the church as with
the pres3. When once the press and
the pulpit understand each other they
wilj see better than in most instances
they do now that their interests arc
otic and the same.
Speaking on ibe news value of Ke-I;gion,-
the . commission ha3 some good
things to say; and among the com
mission's recfuviir endatlons they cf
,niv 11 i iin:.it linn: i,jum IU iici LUC IUUIUI IIUJJ lillllMt'i lit.
the daily newspapers of North 'Amer-1 the . unbusinesslike manner la whicii
ica (p. 153) and five to the ministers 1 er affairs hare been conducted. An
hiin or p.h irstitation is usually.
: f.epted by the world pretty much
The time has come for the chtlr.-b . i n ts own aluaion. Th3 church
to take a forward step in this wiiok ! ' s i.'?der-vaiufeJ hrsef.. She has
matter of securing adequate publicity! iiiled to rise to an. aitrat eqricep
One cf the greatest handicaps un-
t;cn of her
dominant position, Sh
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