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aii impressive appeal to more man
a thousand men gathered in the Opera
House last night, and a still more im
pressive response when the entire
audit nee rose and thus declared for
righteousness in daily living, -signalized
the last general meeting of the
Men and Religion campaign in this
j Fred 11. Smith, wheso forceful ad
dresses to men have been a notable
' feature of the campaign, made the
address at the Opera House, whici
i Was filled to the doors, even to the
aisles. "America's Greatest Sin," was
his subject, and the national leader of
the Forward Movement dealt with it
in a masterful and eloquent manner.
' Besides Mr. Smith and the members
' cf the National Association quartet.
several prominent business and pro-
festional men and ministers occupied
itne stage including President A. F.
Griffiths, W. A. Bowen, Paul Super,
I Af? A. Ebersole, Rtv. R. Elmer Smith,
A. Akana, Bisbop Restarick,
Henry JUdd, D. C. Peters, Rev.
R. B. Dodge of Maui. Dr. W. L
Dr. . L. ,
Brown of Nashville, Tenn., and Dr. j
W. D. Weatherford, student secretary
of the Young Mens Christian As"
sociationg of the bouth. Paul Super
presided at the meeting, and after sev-
nnfihf iJZl h'! S"
nounced the topicof Mr Smiths ad-
dress and then introduced the speaker.
evening came after Mr. Smith tad fin-
ished hfs: address and had called up-
on the qnartet; Sot one more song. In
an earnest appeal to those In the audi
ence, -which was composed of nearly
a thousand men of every nationality
and creed, he asked all those who be-1 eu : Iin siros nrisnan iaun
lieved- that they .were leading a!"" eaer t0 help his fellow meh.
straightforward Christian life to
stand. Nearly 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 d(B8lre to live a Christian life
In the future. There was hardly a
man In the entire audience who did
ennni tn ttit annpfti Ann stand i
with bowed head. It was a wonder-)
fully inspiring moment
Although ' thp ;lonle of Mr Smith's !
!nr wft with reirard to Ame'rlca's 1
through. After a
marks lie read the eighth chapter of
nontcmnnm' nn from thin chose as
Lf t-iV :-CE.wi f TJpit We Tbreet
LGod and it was .upon this text-that"
greatest' sin" the epeaKer did not at;Iated tne story of bow he . jhadi asked 'ideals. HGiio.'jlu's really great men, the trail; that it was; the, nerve and
once take this point and. In fact, did . a Hindoo, who had been in prayer fbr and wonten are those who see this Courage on. the Inside' or a man that
"nor mention 'Tf tffitn'he was ..nearly tover-fifteen years wny !t was that he; possibility, -and by the investment of rth' greater thanairbe muscle and
rw nrpiimiTiRrv re-' 1 J a v"& au mo ii"""";iime. energy auu uuuey uunu wmc EreuKui uu tue uuuiuc
rollowlng tne reading of thlsTchapi-1 naturally believe that 1 mean eithe'-jis a subtly fascination about the very ho ore tip w, and then there are oth
ter he again called-'for prayer, and gambling or drunkenness Lut I have surronhdl'sgs of climate;"' Sabbatli ers who are bright and quick to learn.
ihon.niTnonM hi address whica neither one of these in my mind. It 'deEcci-ation andeasy, soft living that Rnt vou will find out thai it will be
took"uD an hcur and a halt
livered by Moses. He told of the
' Mr. Smith spoke of the ebapter ot itessare grea. sms, uui iuere is .oHevnrjsiian. eiunems, luay .juui tne gniart ones. roTears jro come.
bedieHho&r! .aa being ' made up" ot ll&lfcer "and ; Ifial Is ".the sin' of ingrati-' history so cad in wrecked lives that gonie people thlnktbat they can do
addresses-which-were de-' tucie. me mgrate lsxne worse oi an , tne glory or enmauc ncauty win ue n tnelr work a"0ne. On the tran in
statement Of TProfessor MooltOn, oj.icws orrtnesame age ana sdrengtn.i
Chicago University; who, when . asked
to tell what he believed was the reat-
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win maKe your -..mends ponder now you
det tkat nice, rich, savory crust tkey
i Of ail oraJicns which have ever been1
j delivered by the human tongue, the
(greatest rf all are those, delivered by
I Moms ami contained in t he book of
! -Mr. Saiith t'ncr. rave a resume of J
itr.e history of the Mfe of Moses, aaJ i
i told how he darted out in iiis teach J
man, Vtm tad 'to. ha v? a public s;)eak-!
: e r go along with birr and en 'Jed km bv
w?i-rrf , , -
Uous to rrf.n. : wa3 at this ;oi;u
that .he shaker !.r::.h'. out the far!
Mi:at he tucufebt -.ha: m some parts oj
j (he hat: ii re!i.;j n was dyine oui.i
l ne ffiflil
!; breeding a nation
ourl5r wiio cannot toJay sit down
and lea-J a bxika::J think deeply, and
you cauuof ir.urJ
a na-um on that,
Going back once rr.ore to the subject
of rc-Micn Mr. S:r.i;h said: "There
are very f;w men vho can prosper in
business and at the Fame time I:c-ct
leligion, Lut di;rins my say in Ho:io- j Lave doubled the beauty of your hair. ! Knowlton'8 Danderine from any drug
luiu I have found that there are many Besides beautifying the hair atjeist nf toilet counter, and just try it
men lure who have accomplished the once, Danderine dissolves every par-' advertisement.
seeir-Uily impossible and who have
accomplished it will. Religion has
been preached to every man in this
audience from the time he was able
to tlk. First it was by the parents
and later by the clergy. Honolulu U
a p!cr'.irc-icvmg city, and ief me tell
you, young men, tha' there is no; o::e
among ycu in this yrcat city wiio, i;
you forget your rcliglun, wjil siand for
r.vrhirf fiftori mini:1i nffor vrn nro
dead. Who is the young man who is
E0ine tn arf.pPfi n Hnnolnln Vn
u wpll-fprt wptl rfroijarfi vniinu -.'
Jow v.ho ,ook3 after ch eap amusement
pvprv pvpnln? hut thp fptlnw xvhn to
going to succeed is the young relTow
away out oa gomc piantat:on or down
in the countrv wno walbs at nignt un.
der the Pen who thinits ceeW'
and to nimself. ..If x could only
k .ll :
,e tn .nmp i th,rAtv ?u
ia j tQ be the feow wh ha3 faai
He gave vivid .examples of younx ,
men w had started out in life
iuulus wou were pour anawag sirug-
gled through' college were 'told of by
the speaker, who then told how many
of hem had suddenly "bepome possess -
ed of great wealth and who had fallen
in the way of temptation' and who had
given up religion. These men, he said,
were the failures, while those wno
struggled along and at the same time
kePl tneir religion were. "nine -times
oui oi ten, successiui in me. He xoia
of tDe strong religious faith which pre-
vails throughout India today,' and re -
answered him In one word: "God."
Mr. Smith closed his address by ex-
r. oouin ciosea nis aiiaress oy. ex-
plaining what he believed to be th'
greatest Of all sins, and said: ' When
I speak of the greatest sin.' you
'Js true"' that gambling and " drunken-
criminals. Give me two young f el-
and I will give thefij botn-the iimf
amount ; oti whiskey. After such -a
t-rrie as this, liquor; has taken its
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Also Stops Falling Hair; Destroys Dandruff
Your hair .becomes light, wavy, fluf
cfifv. abundant anil annears as soft, lus-
i trons and beautiful as a young girl s
after .i "Handerine hair cleanse." Just
try thismoisten a cloth with a little! be after a few weeks' use when you
i Danderire and carefully draw it (will actually see new hafr fine and
through your hair, taking one smail
strand at a time. This will cleanse
the hair of dust, dirt and excessive
oil a.nd in just a few moments you
fect, one ii these youns men will
walk witfiperfect erectness, while the
ciher one will not find ;he aisle wide
nousb,.-to hold him. The lust yorng
fellow Is termed by so?iety as a gen
tkman, and the second is termed by
society as a drunkard, liie whole
fact of the matter is that the second
brains enough to get
I say again that ne:P:e:
drunkenness nor gamcllng are the
"rpntpRt nf ains "When a man epis, ro
t!'o iinfnt a-harn hp hpenmpa linBTntpfiil
to Lis friends who may have helped
Yim nut of cvma timp hp ia fl wnViiA
criminal than the drunkard or the
gMmtler, but when a man is,ungTate
fni 0Jf the teacDlng3 0t Jesus lUnsr,
e is a greater criminal and is as good
SAYS CITY PITFALLS
(Continued from Page 1)
k mniip nnr work effective anS our
po-fstay pleasant From the committee
i(j by U Tenpey Peck and Fran -u.
Atherton to all the pastors and mis-
sionarles and tne newspapers we nave
'had the most cordial and loyal sup
p0xt, -Ve will remember Honolulu frir
: this. t
! "Second, the unique opportunity of
Honolulu as a world power for the
J Kingdom of God. Your city Is great
mW -inmate, unexcelled in scenery and
Hri Climate, unexcelled in scenery and 11&0-: crossed the summ
in temporal rescurcf , but ought tojter and he explained
he greatest as a mighty moral and re -
jiigious center. No city in tne Paciric ;
ocean is so advantageously located a3.;
Ha Honolulu to disseminate Christian
j forces strongly. Third, your 'city ha3
manv' nerils and nitfalls for Its young
men. I have never visited a city
', v. heilt seemed more easy for ycung
men to eo astray tnan nere. i uer?-
'unless guarded by tateoso, moral and
"uar parting greeung is one oi en-
couragemont to ail tnose wno are.
working hard for the welfare of the
ef-human streams ot life.
, ... .
"nanrlpnnr,!' anrf Tru
- .ticle cf dandruff: cleanses, purifies
and invigorates the scalp, forever
stopping Itching and falling hair.
But what will pliase you most will
downy at first yes but really new
hair growing all-over the scalp. If
you care for pretty, soft hair and lots
j of :t surely get a 25-cent bottle of
"Christi In the human heart is the
secret of individual power; Christ is
the social order is the secret of a na
tion's strength." said Raymond Ro
bins, the social service expert In an
address given this morning before the
er-tire student bddy of the Kamebame
ha . Schools. Drawing'ttpon the Experi
ences of his own life,. Mr, 'Roplns
pointed Jout the main , things wich
m?Ce the lives of young men knd' wo
men""successful. " .
following .. a ; tong service , by Jhe
school. Principal; Perley L. Horne in.
iroduced the' speaker,' who began his
address .with, a brief history of his own
life incIud"ing.maoy of his experiences
in Alaska during the time of the gold
rush; thirteen years ago. He told of
tie ma'd rush to the gold fields and
how the prospectors were forced to
travel over .the hills for forty miles
in the teeth of many a freezing gale
before they finally reached their des
tlaatlon. "Out of the 2000 people who
i started in Jhat mad rush, he said, only
nw. crossed tne summit or tnai win
this by .sayfbg
jtbit It was the' things. that Werp oa
tne insure. oi a man wai were greater
than the things .which Vere on the-
outside. This, he said, wa learned off
"Tfils, applies to the life of today.; to
thp i1vb of vou voune men arid wo-
meiTwh will eo out Into the 7worid
after yti finish your school here1" he
Bald. "Tnete are some among vou
the slow.onea who will push ahead of
tiie north the man who worked alone
v-ithout Mhe help of Ms fellow nen.
W800n Tost It took two men'tourive
'team '-and two men o work ix-
1 mine.4 and when we traveled on the
' trail we' went In a line of five or six.
We stood together for protection, and
there was always one man In the;
vho was a little t lower than the rest,
pnd the line could not move faster
thanUhls one man could. This applies
to you for It Is your "duty to get lb1
tcrested In the slow student and help
him' along." '
"As on the football or the baseball
field, you must learri the law of team
play ami co-operation. It is going to
be one of the "biggest factors in your
lives. I think of you as the old guard
ot the Hawaiian race. Out of the
ranks of the boys ,and girls in this
great school are to come the men and
women 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 young men- and young
wemtfnwho seemed to me to have a
larger work to accomplish. All the
other races in Havaif 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
people in all that is best and strong
through the coming years. You will,
make the name of your people one
of honor,- one that says that from the
race of Hawaii there, will come forth
strong sons and daughters who will
carry on the world's work and make a
greater HawaiK . I believe this; you
live in a great age, and never before
have you had more power or greater
! opportunities than you have now.
"How are you going to be the
masters of your destiny? By having
j a strong physique and good, red
; blood- Yes; but that Is not the test
' of your lives. I covrt for you a good
mind,' one that will take a grasp on.
life bo that you may take hold of the
' problem of life and think them out
for yourselves. Still, this will not be
the best thing in your lives. What
is going to be te final test- It is go
ing to be the hidden purpose in your
j lives;- the character of your moral
i purpose of spiritual vision that will
determine your success in life. Have
I a personal fefTowship with Jesus
, Christ so that you may be able to
! walk and talk with him in the time of
! danger or struggle. If it were in my
j power to give you the greatest gift
I that man has or will ever have, I
would give you the gift of personal
fellowship with Jesus Christ"
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