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HOSOLUUJ STAR-ntTU-ETiy, W i:i.Ni;l). .IAN. 2, 191.X
In the Matter of Looks
WE DELI EVE THERE
IS NOTHING THAT SO
IMPROVES THE AP
TEARANCE OF AN
DRESSED MAN AS
WE HAVE AN END
LESS VARIETY AT
YOUR SERVICE TO
. SELECT FROM
THE STYLE CENTER
Smjjs iwsqojan pu "iioj
STAND UP FOR
l"Of h!1 orations which hare ever been
'delivered by the human toncue. ih
jgrea;e.t i a!I are those delivereJ by 1
j Moses and contained in the book ( J
i Liouit n r.oiny.
Mr. Sniiiii then cave arcsame cf
ithe history of the life cf Moses, and
hold I'.otv he started out in uis teach
' inea as a strnmcrin?. th!-tonnip:i
I rran. v. ;:.) l ad to have a public speas-j
J cr go a : i : ; : U l.i n, and ended up by j
ceiivcri!.g mrte or tha greatest ora-
as at this )oint
A 1 LUSnffl R J A FFW MflMFNTS
mm a a Aim ui a
IS FLUFFY, BEAUTIFUL
An impressive appeal to more than
a thousand men gathered in the Opera
House last night, and a still more im-
: pressive response when the entire
audience rose and thus declared for
I righteousness in daily living, signal-
' ized the last general meeting of the
j -Men and Religion campaign in this j
. city. j
Fred U. Smith, whose forceful ad-1
dresses to men have been a notable
, feature of the campaign, made the i
' address at the Optra House, which ;
: was filled to the doors, even to the '
laisies. -Americas greatest sin, was
Girls! Get a 25-cent Bottle of "Dandenne and Try
Also Stops Falling Hair; Destroys Dandruff
Tour hair Becomes light, wavy, fiuf-.ticle of dandruff; cleanses.
a nation cfjfy, abundant and appears as soft, lus- and invigorates the scaln
M.j iijaoiiouaj sit oowu I trous and beautiful .as a young girls t stopping itching and falling hair
..... ..-.. uctVMj. iiju iuier a iauuei uair c.eanse. jusii tJUl Wimt Will o lease von most will
ti at the speaker brought out the fae;
that he Ud. hIh that in some parts of
the nation rciigijn was dying out.
"The world breeding
an I iii
you caaur. irjulJ a nation en that"; try thjs moisten a cloth with a little' be after few weeks' use when you
i uandenne ana carefully draw it
Goirr, back once more to the subject ' through your hair, taking one email
of !e.!i-u Mr. Smith said: "There strand at a time. This will cleanse
are very r .v men who can prosper in the hair of dust, dirt and excessive
business r rA at the same time ueep . oil and iu just a few moments you
religion, bv.r during my stay in Hona-bave doubled the beauty of your hair,
lulu I have founl that there are many, Besides beautifying the hair ct
men herp who have accomplished the once. Danderine dissolves every - par-
I seemingly impossible and who have ,
will actually see new hair fine and
downy at first yes but really new
hair growing all over the scalp. If
yen care for pretty, soft hair and lots
of It surely get a 2o-cent bottle of
Knowlton's Danderine from any drug
gist or toilet counter, and just try it
Ms subject .and the national leader ofcconiriished Jtellgipa hks
I he Forward Movement dealt with it been 1)rcl!ched t0 every Van inahls
In a maEterfiil nnri rlnniipnt m.inner !
! Besides Air. Smith end the members !
cf the National Association quartet,
fevcral prominent business and
tcct, one of these younj men wxU
walk with nerfeci ererrnpRn nhtlo th
c.Ler one will not find :ho aisle vide
noueh to hold hlni. The nrsf vn-n? I
fellow is termed oy so-ict.- as a cen-
audience from the time .he was-abje
eo raiR. r irsi u was oy tue intrentS
and later by the clerev. Honolulu is
the stage Including President A. F. tT7r.nfr vn ,n tMn roo. ,.
S itnor ...
you lcrget your religlcn, win sianG ior
EcI XsUte, Loans, InTestmenls,
CUNHA BLDG 78 MERCHANT ST.
Pure Prepared Paint
Paint for Beauty and for Wear
L E W E R S - & COOKE
. 177 So. King St.
V VALENTINES VALENTINES
New ideas in beautiful valentines
A. .8, AB LEIGH & C O.
tiriuuns, . A. uowen, Faul huper,
A. A. fcbersole, Rev. R. Elmer Smith,
Rev. A. Akana, Bishop Restarick,
Rev. Henry Judd, D. C. Peters, Rev.
R. B. Dodge of Maul, Dr. W. L.
Brown of Nashville, Tenn., and Dr.
W. D. Weatberford, student secretary
of the Young Men
sociations of the South.
presided at the meeting, and after sev
eral selections by the quartet,, he an
nounced the topic of Mr. Smith's ad-
drees and then introduced the speaker.
i ; '
! AT miEHAMEHA
tociety as a drunkard. ;i'he whole
fact of the mat er is that the setOi.
follow had brains eiicuch to get
.nythinr fifteen minutes after you are drunk. No, I .say again that ne trer
dead. Who is the young than who is. drunkenness nor gamDiing are the "Christ in the human heart is the
going to succeed in Honolulu? Not ' greatest of sins. When a man gets to secret of Individual power; Christ is
the well-fed, well-dresseti young r,i- tle point where he becomes ungrateful the social order is the secret of a na-.
low who looks after cheap amusemen: 1 to Lis friends who may 'have helped tion's strength." said Raymond Ro-
ice expert, in an
morning before the
J i ?Srtifl A: iVery evening. but the fellow who is'iim out at some time, he is a wdrselbins, ine social servi
outh Paul Suner 1 going: to sacceefl i3t tne You&g teow ' criminal .than the drunKara or the Address given this moi
aw&y out 011 some plantation or down Rambler, but when a man ii, ungrate-! entire student body of
iiiik' tiiii 1 1 it i . i
in the country who walks, at night, unvfu! for the teachings ot Jesus Ohrist, ha Schools, Drawing upon the experi
fler the open sky, who thinks deeply,-he is a greater criminal aDd is as good ecces of his; own life, Mr. Robins
and says to himself;. "If f could only as dead"
, be in the city this evening." That is i
"Fort &tl near Ceretanla
i u t , . , , j ine young ieiiow w jo is some cay co
evening came after Mr. Smith had fin- j t0 come , and own ml g
ished his address and had called up- j l8 ln t0 fce h f J
on the Quarut for one more song., to to work harL
n nrnpt annenl tn them a in the mini. I
ence. which was composed of nearly He gave vIvId examples of yoyng
a thousand men of every nationality ' men wno nad started, out iiv.hfe.po.
and creed, he asked all those who be- eBsea wun a strong unnsuan raitn
lieved that they were leading a
straightforward Christian life to
sand. Nearjy one-half of the audi
ence stood' in response to this appeal.
Then, after a short -prayer, he called
upon those to stand who felt it was
their desire to live a Christian life
in the future. There was hardly a
man in the entire audience who did
' not respond to this appeal and stand
.with bowed head. It was a wonder-
fully inspiring moment.
I AJthnneh 'the inrr of Smith's
address was with regard to America's I 7ails throughout India today and re-.
'greatest sin. the speaker did not at-3ad the story cf how A vai tasked
nnc taVe thi noint and. tn fact, did a Hindoo, who had been I'd prayer for
not mention it until he was nearly I ve,r fifteen years, why It Waa.thaf hj
through. After a few prelimihary re-! na-a prayea so long, ana the HIndtjo
rmarks he-read the eiehth chanter of mm in one wora: ;Uoa.
and eager to help his fellow men
Youths who were poor and wno strug
gled through college were told of Ify
the speaker, who then told how many
of them bad suddenly become possess
ed of great wealth and who had fallen
in the w ay of . temptation land who had
Siven up " religion. , These menrne said,
were the failures,-: "while those who
struggled along aui at the same time
kept their religion were, nine times
outcf ten, successful M life. Jie. told
of the strong religious falth'yhiflr pre
vails thmnffhnii InHta tsj1otfr
, NEW ORLEANS CAFE
Vocnnn BJdg'cor, Alakea .&lMerchant
WiLL OPEN -MONDAY JUNE 27
" Everything New and Clearv "1
Prices Reasonable, r : '
' 1 . read "It in :ihe Star-BiJleUn.': It
iqvK be m." ''v --v; .. v n ; ): .
Deuteronomy and from this chose as
and it was upon this tex. that
Sir. Smith closed his address Dries-
text . Beware Lest We rgetf PlaiK- helteved'to fce'tlie
greatest of all sins, and said: VVheii
he Jabd, the greater part of his talk. 1 pwk oi tne greatest sin, you woui4
Foiiowinr th readlnz of this chan- caturally helieve that I meattitae1
ter, be again called for pra'yer, and ! gambling or. drunkennsc, bat I ;have
thenj. comnienced his address whicn j neither, one of these in my n5lnd. . It
took up an hcur and a half. i ! s true that : gambling and drunken
Mr. Smith spoke of the chapter of.' are great. sins, but there, is one
Deuteronomy ' as being made "up of; other and that is the sin ot;ingraci
three great addresses "which were' derj tude. The ingrate the woi$t; )i; aU,
liTeredigpyMpses.; He- tojd of the) criminals. Give me twoyoupgfel-,
a. a - M t .ml4- lra rf tVl a earns oa On' efAv4H' '
hl&ieniCUV OI . rrUlCBSUl iAlllLVU9 Ul vi ovuc bv nuu dwqusiu,
.(Continued from Page t)
pointed, out the main things .wtich
rafke the lives of young men and wo
men successful. ? .
Following a cong service by the
school. Principal Periey L. IIorne.ir
traduced the speaker who begin his
Jto make our work, effective and our fua.re- D"ei nwwry or nis own
stay plaafant. From the committee j itu"s iuur vi m eAperjeutes
led by L. Tenney Peck a:id Frank C. f Alaska during the time of the gold.
Atherton to all the pastors and mis- J rush thirteen years ago. He tald of
fcionaries and the newspapers we have j mad rush to the gold fields and
had the most cordial and loyal sup-; how. the prospectors werejorced to
port. We will remember Honolulu far I travel over the hlllc for forty miles
this. inthe teeth' of many a freezing gale
"Second, the unique opportunity of before they finally reached their dear
Honolulu as a world power for the , tination. Out of the 2000 people who
Kingdom ?f God. Your city is great started in that mad,jush, ha said, only
in climate, unexcelled in scenery and j ftOO. crossed. ,the 6Ummit of that win-.
in tompoi-al resources, but ought to ter and he explained this by saying
be greatest as a mighty moral and' re
ligious center. No city in the Pacific
ocean 13 so advantageously located as
is. Honolulu to disseminate Christian
Ideals. Honolulu's really great men
ard women are these who see this
poibility ands by the investment of
tiiruc, energy and .mpney cula thess
forces sttangly. Third, year city has
tfcat It was the things that; were, on
the fnrtde of a man that were greater
than the things which were on the
outside. This, he said, was learned on
the trail; that it was thenerve and
ourge on the inside of a man that
va .greater than all he mns?le.and
sren'gth on ithe outside.
This applies to th life of today; to
TAiirersiti, , who. whenjtfked
'tell iVTiat he believt4 was Cae greatr
est oration ' eter given by man said:
and. I ( will glveilhem both the rani&
amount ' of, whisjtey. After ' such a
roapy perils and pitfalls for Us young tte lives of you young, men an3 wo
men, i have never visited' a city men who will go out into the world
where it seemed mere easy for young after -you finish your school here" he
men to go astray than here. Tiicre ,aid. "There arc some among you
Is a subtle fascination about the very Yia are tlow, and then Jheje.aroth-
surroundings of. climate, Sabbath ers who are bright and quick to learn.
desccraOon and easy, soft living that, put you wyi find outhat it will fce ;
unlets guarded by intense moral and tDt, S0W ones who will push ahead of,i
Christian elements, may make your tj,e Bmart oiws in years.to come,
history so tad in wrecked lives that g0me; people tbinltthat they can do
the-glcry of c!imaJc hearty will be ,ii their work alone, -On the trail in I
"Our parting greeting is one of en
couragement to all. those . who are
working hard for the welfare of the
t.me as this liquor, has taken- its ef-human streams of le."
T' I ' 'will malce your friends wonder kow you
get tkat nice, rich, savory crust they
somehow cannot hake. Be generous! Give them
the secret Tell them about "Califene" the new
shortening that makes -every hakmg dayckeer-ful.-Be
sure tkey rememher the name C alif ehe
made in California.
' PIES, CAKES, PASTRV, DOUGHNUTS, MAYONNAISE
BEST COSTS LESS MONEY BACK AT YOUR GROCER
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT INSPECTED.
WESTERN MEAT COMPANY
' f SAN FRANCISCO, U. S. A.
the- north the man who. worked alone
without the help of hi, fellow men.
w as coon lost It teok two men toCiive
dog team, and two men vwork a
mine, and when we traveled on the
? trail we went in a. line of five or six.
I We stood together for pro'ection, and
tiierewas always one man in the U?
I v ho was a little tlower than the rest,
j pnd the line could not move faster
! than this one mm could. This applies
i to you for jit in your duty to get m
! teres 'ed in the slow student and help
, l im along."
"As on the football or the baseball
field, yen must lern the law of team
play and co-operation. It is going to
be one of the biggest factors in your
lives. I think of you as the old guard
of the Hawaiian race. Out of the
ranks of the boys and girls in this
great school are to come the men and
wemen who will be a credit to the
Hawaiian race. You are the hope of
your people, and I have never talked
to a group of yertmg men and young
wemen who seemed to me to have a
larger vork to accomplish. All the
ether races in Hawaii are but so
journers in a strange land, but you
are in your native land, and you are
going to carry the traditions of your
ptopie in all that is best and strong
through the coming years, .You will
make the name of your people one
of honor, one mat says mat iroiu iu
J race of Hawaii there will come forth
j strong sons and daughters who will j
I carry on the worlds work ana mane a
I greater Hawaii. I believe this; you
1 live in a great age, and never before
i have you had mere power or greater j
opportunities than you have now. j
"How are you going to be the
I masters of your destiny? By having
i a stroric phvskiue and good, red
j blood- Yes; but that is not the test
of your lives. I covet for you a good I
' mind, one that will take a grasp on j
life so that you may take hold of th? !
problems of life and think them out j
for yourselves. Still, this will not be i
the best thing in your lives. What ;
! is going to be the final test- It is go
i ing to be the hidden purpose in your
j lives; the character of your moral
I purpose of spiritual vision that will
j determine your success in life. Have
j a personal ferTowship with Jesus
Christ so that you may be able to
! walk and talk with him in the time oi!
I danger or fctriggle. If it were in my
; power to give you the greatest gift
that man has or will ever have, I
would give , you the gift of '-personal
fellowship with Jesus Christ"
' " -
with - . ,'. . :
A positive protection
Fort above King M t v
- v . . I '
Let us know " where you want your home, A
sale today means airiend tomo
A massago cream ; prepared from
non-poisonous ingredients on scicn
tific principles imparts a, smooth
ness to any compleiion,, producing
the freshness of youth without In-
''-. .' -..
Jurioua effects. . ?
accomplishes this. and enables the
middle aged to retain tbo attract-.
' . . ;
ive complexion ot the young, -'
Benson, Smith Co.,
Special agents Fort and Hotel Sts.
CHEAP MARINE TELESCOPE
Make an oblong narrow box out of
four pieces of quarter-inch board
about two fett Ion? by sixteen inches,
wide, and fit a piece of clear, clean
glass across one end, held fn place by
bras6-headed tacks, driven into tno
wood and overlapping the glass. Fili
all the cracks with sealing wax to
L'sun rml thn 1! oh t Than nliinvo thi
TVO'VY-'VT'D ! glass end two or three inches into
Contractor Must Pay $10,000 Damages to Injured Employe
That represent profits cf several years--, and the b't.-Iness built
. u;, re'.jvitatii;n and r-sources, all swept away.
A (lOdl) IJAI5ILITV INSriiANM-: I'OLICY
jm.A vculd have -av(; l ail. A zw-i -f;iitracn,r i i'l not !osj on
rjTi. ployes. Why do yon late that h.-k:
r.S ao lie vrnv Tutiifirrnr.- rnav bo :ae: men you
may owe 31 ."".
! Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., 923 Fort St
Agents in t;e Hawaiicnn Is'ands for Liability Insurance. ' ' "
Phone. 2295 Eeaohea ! J?r