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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY. TAN. I. 1913.
RELIGIOUS CRUSADERS WHO ARE COMING TO HONOLULU!
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.ten which to last a rtk. Loaj
;:. , ;i:.K-m-in.s f'r t n1 caiuiiaigrii atv
i f-irij complete acri the various com
; i ices, which arc composed of a
. rni;cr of Honolulu's muM prominent
I ;.;i!itss men, minis! ers and social
v, .-iTker?. air hard at work in U:p ef
fort io hav' everyihitiK in readiness
i ,r r;.c coming of the two Rreat speak
er: men, v. ho are known throuh
.. t the v. orld. Al'housrh the proirrarn
; ii s'atuis at present is subject to
;.i!v chiiDgt'S that the-committees may
;(o fit. jt wiil no doubt remain the
: ?iine as whe n presented at the me;T
imr, which was as follows:
Thursday, January 23
K: 00 -Arrive.
IL':?,0 Meet Executive 'Committee.
; : :io Opening dinner at Young
Friday, January 24
10:00 Ministers "and Missionaries.
12:00 - Y. M. ('. A. Hoard of Di-
SUNDAY BIBLE CLASS
TO BEGIN NEW YEAR
Af;er a brief holiday Intermission.!
th? Sunday Morning Bible Class at
the Kilohana Club rooms, conducted;
by Twoy A. A. i:berso!e, associaije ;
ioinh-tcrv of CentraJ Union church,!
will meet tomorrow morning at 10 :
o'clock to begin the New Year's:
A ha class is just to begin itsj
rtudy xjf the "Public Life of Jesus,"
"who have not yet joined the class toj
corc3 in and take up the study. Thej
1 1 rjtt; lessen will be "His Inaugural)
V'sioi:.". Tlieii will follow on suc-i
Why Look Older Than You Are?
The gentleman to the right of the reader (sketched
from life) is wearing old-style or pasted double-vision
lenses. The lines of the reading waters are noticeably
prominent and he has difficulty in adjusting his eyes
to the lenses. The cement used to join the two lenses
has become clouded apd has made his glasses misty.
e The two figures tb the left (sketched from life)
are wearing Kryptok double-vision lenses. There are
no seams on these glasses, because the reading lenses
are fused invisibly within the distance lenses. These
latter two persons, arc at case, lock dignified and
Alfred D. Fairweather
FORT STREETJHARR1SON BLOCK
RV. R. E. SMITH
By Special Request Central Union Church Choir wiil repeat some of
its Christmas Music. The General Public is Cordially Invited.
UTLINED AND ABOPTE
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Saturday, January C5
No.,:;.' O. it. i ..: !'..;,..
SM'o S.ocin! V"nr : . . i toi' ".
I ). ;ional .M-eii::- Sr ith.
Sunday. January 25
1 1 .i ( 'i.urcn ;-'.:tv!( g.
- I'rion M'-:i's MeetitU'. Iiijou
:itr rj". ith.
Morday, Jaruary 27
!:'ii- .Monday .Morning Conference
at Y. M. C. A. -Smith.
- School Robins.
12: - Honolulu Iron Works.
4 Sio Institutes.
s :((( Platform Meetings.
Tuesday, January 28
: 0(i School.
10:00-12.00 Or.t of Town Delegates.
10:00 Ministers and .Missionaries.
4 : 30 Institutes.
S: 00 Platform Meetings.
Wednesday, January 29
12:15 Business Men's Lunch.
I . 30 Institutes
0:00 Student Meeting --llobinp.
:0't Kvangelistfe Meeting- Smitii
Thursday, January 33
Noon Commercial Club.
4 :3o Institutes.
C: 00 College Men's Dinner.
S : 00 Platform Meetings.
Friday, January 31
Noon University Club.
ccskIvc Sundays: "Determining His
Policy," "Choosing His Helpers."
"Announcing His Program." "Meet
ing with ! Opposition," etc. a most
susccstive series of topics. Those
who have attended the class know
there will not be a. dull moment, at
uny of the sessions.
The class is for the young men
and the young women of the city,
and young marripd people without re
gard to church affiliation. The same
welcome is extended to all. One hun
dred and ten have already enrolled
but the lecture room of the Kilohana
Club will easily accommodate fifty
more. All who are not members of
some class elsewhere are inviled to
come and join.
Is the Subject of Rev. R. E. SMITH'S Sermon
at the UNION SERVICE
of the INT3R-CHURCH FEDERATION
SUNDAY EVENING at 7:45
IS BIJOU TOPIC
"'II:" Mr.?. : .r tliH II '!?" is ihe s'is-
f---:i 'ii'.iie of Rev. 11. Smith's
: i v. .in !-!;;:" ino::i"!y Ciivm
: rv of t:.' '!.tf,--Ch!t;vii Federa-
: i ?i .it i he I'.iiou Tir.-atre Sunday
f.ti:.i.,g. T:io:-p wiio know Mr. J
S:ri'h'n abiliiy as a speake:- vi'.l le
P'-c;:nfe- f tidng auuress fro:n him
:: i his oica?io:i. !
The t(i)ic ).; p.-ciiliariy timely, i 1 1
'. it w cf the coming Men arui iteligum!
e-an'pai-'ii scot: to be held in the city,'
and in view of the various social re-ithought
for:!: movements now demanding the zines by ail the prominent authors in
a'tMiMoiir of the Honolulu public. jthe library at the Home, which is
.I'wc important announcements . open daily from 10 a. m. to o p. in. A
arc o be rade with regard to thej v oi p.jpuojxo si uotjF.;i.nt it:ip.io.;
comitiK (atiH)aten and the work which
the h:i"--(. h.urch Federation is con
u iiiijiatir.K tcr the coming year.
An attractive feature of the pro
gram will be the music. Hy special
request Central I'nion choir will sing
several of their btst Christmas au
:!iems. This sliould be one of the best
meetings the Federation has yet held.
The general public, for whom these
ujiion meetings are specially held,
is most cordially invited to attend.
3ILT1I0MST ( IIURdL
First Methodist Episcopal Church,
corner Beretania avenue and Victoria
streets. Rev. R. Elmer Smith, pastor.
Telephone 32."3. Parsonage adjoins
church. The regular services of the
church are as follows:
Sunday School at lt:4." a. m.
Men's Bible Class at 9:4" a. in.
Preaching service at 11 a. m.
Epwoith league service, C:30 p. m.
Preaching service at 7:30 p. in.
At the 11 a. m. service, Dr. J. W.
Wadman will give a special New
Year's message. There will be no
evening services owing to the Union
Service in the Bijou theater.
Ours is a people's church. People
from every walk of life will find a
cordial welcome awaiting them at all
our services. You will find here a
beautiful, well-ventilated church
buiiding, a'homelike atmosphere, good
music by a chorus choir, evangelical
preaching, and inspiring and helpfhl
devotional services. We have Sunday
school classes for all ages and we
would be. glad to have you join one
of the classes or visit any of the
classes. Tourists and settlers, stran
gers and the well-knowns, nialihinis
and kaniaainas, are all alike cordially
invited to enjoy all the privileges of
the church. "Come, thou, with us and
we will do thee good."
FIRST (HTIMH OF CUMST,
S( 'I EXT I ST.
Al! services held in the Odd Fel
lows' building. Fort street.
Sunday services, II a. m. Subject,
Sunday school, 9:13 a. m.
Wednesday e vening meetings, S p.m. i
Free reading room. Odd Fellows
building. Fort street. Hours, 11 a. in.
to 1 p. m. All welcome.
"HOMi: OF TlU'Tir (XEtV
12'JO KapioI:?ai-street, near JSereta- i
r.ia avenue. Mrs. M. M. Hunter-Jones.;
Sunday service. 1 1 a. m. Subject. 1
"Mary and Martha." "Martha, thou
art troubled about many things, but
one thing is needful, and Mary hath
chosen the better part, which shall
net 1)0 taken away from her." j
Tnursciay, S p. in., the tenth lesson!
on "The Science of Life." Subject,!
"Intuition." "Sing and rejoice, O,
daughter of Zion. for io! I come and
dwell in the midst of thee, saith Cue
All who suffer in body, mind, or
chcumstanc.es, will find healing for
ail these false conditions in the teach
ing' of truth. '"Come unto me, all ye
that labor and are heavy laden, and 1
will ';ive you rest.'.'
Al! lessons are free to the public.
All students of all lines of advanced
FRED B. SMITH
!1 find books and maga-
Three hundred and ninety-six mis
sioi.aries are employed. 1417 converts
tdded ;o the churches b..-t year, 473
lestored to church communion. 1127
drunksrds reclaimed, situations ob
tained for 1077 men, 2i4 mission-halls
open, four medical missions at work
amongst over H00O patients, 128,85-1
free rr.eais given to children, 6.1,34'J
free meals to adults. 1.1,261 deposit
ed in clubs aud. banks, 2.1 persons in
duced to close their shops on Sunday,
F);17 children sent to public schools,
says the Sydney Telegraph.
This is part of the year's record of
the Indon City Mission, the secre
tary of which. Rev. Mr. Anstey, U. D.,
M.A., is no.v in Sydney on his way to
visit hio brother. Mr. John Anstey.
M.L.C., of Now Zealand. He is ac
companied by his wife and daughter.
Mr. Anstey had something to say
this woek concerning the vast and
varied work of the mission in a city
which, he mentioned, had a population
greater than that of the 22 next larg
est towns rf the I'nited Kingdom. Ir.
the time of the t Georges, London's
population was only a million; now it
is increasing at the rate of 100,uo0 r.
year; so th.it in the course of si
years it absorbs a population equal to
that of the whole of Sydney.
That there would be a great deal
of poverty smongst such an Immense
gatheiing of people goes without say
ing, and Mr. Anstey related a num
ber of instances of this that had come
under his notice. He had visited a
woman who was making boxes for
patent medii ires, receiving 7'-id. a
gross. 7hrio was another, with an
idiot son. v.l:n trinded babies for Sd.
a day In a room at the top of a
houso a girl was in bed .sick, and a
boyc of ten years was nursing a child
'hat was suffering severe!; from bron
chitis, made wor.-e by a smoking
chimney. A g;- at deal of poverty
existed i:t the Hast End. One mis
sionary at Canninir 1 cv.vn gathers in
r.OO children, and gives 2-''i free teas
weeklv. In o:..- house in this district
he found a !i;tl
child in its cofi'in
a. id another
! from cel l. The irnxsionary sold the
i stop x tii" misslon-htU cf another
'link girl that had died. a:id the mis-
sion children brought 2s. 'td. in farth
ings to pay t'T a wreath to t.e placed
cn the coffin. .Mr.cu of the poverty
was due to the drink oii. this was
rot so bad amongs men as it used
to b' but it w:- s vor; anions'- w o
men. Mr.: .. ih.!i-a vis of able-bodied
men, wiilin work, wor-. unahle io
find emp',. y.'-eii . d w; ', o .vui:e:,
vis :'' '.: aros.- iVo:i t'.ie j verty. wss
a.rother great :'. Ii prevailed to a
la?v''.'.a!.!e ex-'.!. stunting the
grow Mi cf the c'.iill:e: and uc-terior-atiiig
the '"or.. !s of the i ou!e.
"In So:::i: hiindoii. in a ! ot;se of 22
rooms. t!nv at-1 J-2 fr.iMiiies living:"
That, sa'o Mr. An.- cy. v: a the
vvoi.-'v ( a" he had eve?- eo:r - across.
And ail :'hi- lie'::e 1 t . n:.ik the work
of til" n; issie.ia: ies n'ost t i fieulr.
-Last f ir she t:;i inner of t -isons cov.
vic:ed or nn nki'tnn ss and 'disorderly
i onciui : wa- -"';.''.:. ! f l..:i;ht the
!!icra'e f t'a ic d the i-.i-'her
v am . ac-c tit d ior .? !-i' :ul deal :'
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j RAYMOND ROSINS
o Canada and live a new life. The
mission has been carrying on this
work since IS 3.1. It ha3 on its com
mittee some of the leading commer
cial and busine-s men of London. Mr.
F. A. Bovan. of the financial firm ot
Barclay & Co.. being chairman. The
e.;er:eiiu.-e amounts to about 1.000
In spite of a close contact with the
worst side of England's social life.
Mr. Anstey takes a hopeful view of
the !osition. England is waking up,
he believes, not only commercially,
but. socially and morally, and he looks
to the future confidently.' He lias
been secretary of the mission for six
years, aud after his holiday tpur re
turns to the work in London.
"What we are undertaking is fome
thing stupendous fOr the commmlty,,
said Zeno K. Myers, chairman of the
promotion committee, at the joint
meptms of the committees of the Mid-
; Winter Carnival and the promotion
i committee In the rooms or tne mcr
! chants' association yesterday after
I noon. "If it is a success tais year
i there will be no trouble aboi't mak
t ing it a bigger success each succeed
I ing year." This statement pf Mr.
Myers sums up the plans of both-bod-;
ies which met yesterday, ami these
plans will mean the growing success
of the Mid-Winter Carnival as the
i years go by. The plans which were
presented at the meeting were bigger
than have eer been attempted ne-
, fore, and that these plans wilf be car
ried out with success this year is
shown by the earnestness with which
the cha'rmen of the various commit
tees are entering into the work.
Following the reading of the min
utes of the last meeting the chair-
( men of various committees, John
Hughes. Ralph Lyon, A. K. Ozawa,
Julius Unger and Ed. Tov.se, held a
; discussion with Director-General Chil
lingworth concerning already formed
plan?; for the coming festival and also
several ot'.iprs which have been late
1v nresented. Secretary Wood, of the
promotion committee, brought up thej
Kuhifet of mov iui: pictures and said j
that, while there were already two
moving picture companies in the Isl
ands at present, correspondence shows
that there are still two or three oth
ers who have expressed their inten
tions of coming to Honolulu in time
for the parade and carnival and put
ting both on films. Mr. Wood also
went on to say thit he believes the
main thing which lias attracted these
companies is the historical feature at
Waikiki which was introduced by Di
It was suggested by Chairman Eel.
Towse that all those who made entries
in thn parade be issued tickets to the
grand stand, and. as this idea 'was
approved by those present, it is
thought thai the suggestion will be
carried or.t. The report which walT
submitted by A. K. Ozawa. chairman
of the Japanese committee on the
evening lanter.i i'oat and parade en
tries, was received with applause. The
Japanese, arvording to Chairman
Ozawa. " ill enter into the spirit of
the celebration this year with
more rnthu.-iasm than ever be
i'oro. The committee on decorations,
of. which Julius l.'nger. is chairman,
announced that they will present their
olatio at a later date.
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Physicians Prescribe Castoria. .
rAiTORIA has met with pronounced favor oa the part of physicians, L
V pharmaceutical societies an4 medical authorities. It Is used by physicians
with results most gratif ving. The eitendeU u? of Castoria is unqtiestJonably th ' is
result of three facts : lt. The indisputable evidence that it Is harmless 2nd, 1
That it not oaly allays stomach pains and quiets t!ie nerves, but assimilates tho -food;
3rd, It is an agreeable and perf?ct substitute for castor oiU It is absolute! : ; V
safe. It does not contain any opium, morphice, or other narcotic and does not ,
stupefy. It is unlike Soothing Syrups, Batercan's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etiv
This is a good fleal for a medical journal to saj . Our duty, however, is to txposH
danger and record tho means of advancing health. Tlie day for polsonioj Inno
ent children through greed or ignorance ought to end. To our knowledge, Cas
toria is a remedy which produces composure and health, by regulating th .
eysteronot by stupefying it and our readers are eatitled to the ioformatioe.-- h '""V.
UMl s Journal oj lieattn. ; '
The , sSJjtf cuarantec cennlae .
signature of fuxUcAi Castoria
"Your Cutoria tnda flrtt In it elf. In my:
thirty years of practice I can bit I nerer BaTt found
mjUUng Uai o fl:id the place."
Williah BxLxosT.iM. D.,
M I bar saed roor Cftatorla la th eaae of my own
baby and find it pieasax.: to take, and have obtained
txceUent resalta from ita c.c."
8. A. BccHAJtas, M . IX,
" I take plcaaart In recommending your Catorb,
having recomracaded ita use in many instance, and
tonaldcr ft tbe beet laxative that could be ued,
tepecialiy for children."
Natbakoo. K. Kibo. 31. St. Loola, Mo.
Children Cry for
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Ml Had yoor Caatorla to be a standard family
remedy. It U tae beat thing for Jafaats sad ca '
drta I have aver kaown aad I recommend il -SL
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