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ItOX 0LT7LTT : STAfcBITIXETiy SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1 91 C. r
TO STUDY 70RIt
,Rev. H; P. Judd and Rev. Nor
man C. Schenck Tour Ois-
trict Report FavoraWeva
wo represenuureft or ine Jia-
a board .recently ...vlflted he
I Konaia u tne interest or m
.trork,, .Jtey were the Rers,
C. Ecbenclc, aupertntendent if
nee department, and Henry P
tins aecretary of the board.
inelr plan to land at Mano
th a steamer could not land
ngera tbat nijht owlns. to
.Tares' tfcdt rolled. Jn trpon
Tter. went oa to Wlo in
Kea, arrlTlna; on Tntiri-
KeSruary 24.; Tatlat
ic' to Paauilo the ter-
,-allraad, they went 'wit
f' . . . . . -
t automobile through
sltlct and South. Ko
tl to: J,
.Tohala.; Durlns Uelr
district ; ther made
at the t me ti ur
Cowan. Dr. Cowan
and lira. Jo
P&stot; of the Ko
and editor of the
'.fcaj. Union c
i .Sunday school
' mUt;.ia .-.was
la the Kaaau
Jtd f tvcral of ther c
Uve itorkera In tie Ubools of Kohala;
. - Mr. llcheoci' gate a, short a ddresa and
Mr. Juc!d ?cke ca the auhject, vprob-
. v ltn:s 'oi R"!l?loua Education,".. Friday
fYcalnr Ur. Scheack addreaaed tha
Ha-ai .troop o( Boy Scouts, and M$.
Judd tpoke at a mherins of the nun
Isters and llcnaed preachers of the
"Hawaiian board churches, taltlnf as
tie theme 'The Life and work of the
. Preacher ; ..: ." V-- '- ' : r'-!'
Saturday ' the Kaloplhl Chinese
church leld a picnic In the Pololu
Valley, to which the vlsitora were in
,.ited. Thia was 4 most enjoyable f
;falr. In the, evening e Chinese din
"tier was civ en In the parsonace of the
KalorlM chcrcX. . . - - ,
: Sunday . raornlng Mr. V-Schenck
preached: in the Xiaese church and
Ur. Jadd occupied the pulpit, oV the
:fnicq churclu la the afternoori a
'trnlcq, serviceL waa, held 'in the Ha
waliih church. n?r. G. L, Kopapsstor
pf tl 3 church, presiding. Addresses
wereimade by ReTa. 'John' F. Cowan,
; N, Cj Schenck and H. P. Judd and
I rrtytr we offered by WCho rac
r-tcf cf the Chinese church. In the
eve' ' i the two Honolulu ministers
i::ui tie furls' school and a poke to
U. -Ttr.-.:rv',"t the ;ys cf
iz.V.:' t v e-.th.r:was
J v!.i far. In fact, it is
; ' - '-.V.: j r'ar'C-rs r
: t: the laci ct rain
; tir.'Ju-d iet-rned oa tLe
'- ITc-'-lu'jton Tuesday
c.rl.crs of the', Hawaiian
I cn-Maul in 10 days
:'.. vi rieet!r -cf
J : l.a P. Hrdc;an , and
ia cf te t"-rd wlU.f'so
.'t e z-A). :t-SS.,.wticV
' I.. air. frcca I.Iarch
A.; : t-
I ! . I
- C::j-d cf C:r,;rrJ Un::n to
:r . Co i:;'J r::xt Tuccday-
; UIes Ares Judd, chairman of the
foreign der-rtaent cf the Woman's
Board cf Ml-slona, has arranged
most Interc-tlr; ceeting for the board
to be held la the CItle school rooms
on-Tuesday afternoca, March 7, at 3
Mrs. MacKeniie Trill lead the devo
tional exercises and Mrs. W. R, Haley
T.'IU give a readies. "The King's Hlgh-
way. TL& ruain topic of the after
noon win be "Why We Believe in For
eign MLsicns" and it will considered
. t nder -two heads: ."..' ' ' ' v ; , . : ,.
1. The great need in non-Christian
(a) "Medical Missions,' by Mrs;
vCharles Simpson... ' . ; " '
(b) " "Ralsizg. oi ' the ? Economic
Standard of Living,- by Mrs,, Norman
C.'-Schenck ,,-V-.- :. ;
(c) ."Moslem and Christian .Women
in T- rkey," cyv Miss Edita V.-Currler,
.f-JL Tie Dlvlza Command.- r v
: Tie Lenten clrsion study rlassesj
:t - V r urrlc 3 :of the- Women's
Coc , f - i 'Woman's. Boiri ot Jdis'
iic:.t,:v ;.l Lo:d. their iniUsJ meeting
fr crraUalon oa Ash Wednesday
March, ST ' Ttt:s clctses will be held
;in tl ? fc::-'l-3 dlitricU at 1 o'clock:
Ifanwi,;. -hou; vAXakiVL. rKauaatw
'-At: 'the . initial meeting each class
tTI C fcr ltre!f arand tour
ot - -..:'.'.--.. Urtc-Tter. , . Throughout
the Er II j cl;":s win be of. a icojt
"lnforL.-l.ntv.-e ri the. n embers mcy
liing their seizj or ruch-hand work
a? they wiii, .-. . :; '. -,;" ...
Is said to. be the only, watch ia the
y crli in vhica a Jevtr. oacllates and
viz ds the fprlng with every, step the
cimbal mox Cucctn
' Kef. Doremas Scudder, D. mln
later. Rt Amoa A, Eberaole, asto
elate minister. " v ; ; v- '
, The Bible, School.. J,
General exercises Is church 4udkd
rhim, 94 to I0:l T m..
ish house, 10 a, m, :: - " l
' Primary Department, ;KIlohana
banilftg. 10 v
' -Junior "Department, chnrclC 3:45 ,
- Intermediate, Department, church,
t:45 a. m..-k t.."- :.- -. '"- .
Senior Department; church; 9:45 a.
Student Xfonp,' Mr. Eberaole, KIlo
lans building, 10 a. . :
v.Through Alan to God,- Dr., Wil
liams, Kilohana building, 10 &. m. r
Mrs. Black' 'class, church parlor,
10 a. o, - . '-'-' - ' : i '
w ' . .. Stdav Servkee. : V- :V
rltv a-v- a llornlnlf f worsnlp. " Ser
aon br the minister.
C:2t p. m.-Chriatlan Endeavor
meetln?,, parish house. . : !
7:r, p. ro.r-Evening service. 4, Ser
monvby. the minister,-." Why a Chris-
..As.cpraiu.. mvAutuou i,u mesa '
vices, is (x.tended lo all, especially to
atrargers, aiid yisitors .In, town.'
' Victoria street-and Beretanla ave
nue ; i Leon U' Loofbourow' minister.
' i:Laop iwel3 will not preach atthe
C:rnin2:-Sffv1c.aa: was announced. i'lt
became necessary Uc him tonsil. on
Friday. ..Thesnastor wllV occupy f the
Iu!l4t at both acrvicea. The mdrnlag
theme 'will' be Xlfea Rose Garden,'
atd the evenins.The Voices of Life."
Cundayhocl at 8:4S a. m. i"1
pworth' League at 6:30 p. m. : Top-
Othera." -Leader, C. M..L. Nebjon.
V. - .1506 Kewalo St. .
Take Punahoa car, get off at Kewalo
street and walk toward the sea about
400 feet- ' ' ',-.; v.
David Cary Peters, minister. Res!
dence: Sixth avenue, KalmukL Of
ice at the church. Residence phone,
8797; office phone, 1790. Office hours.
9-11 a. m. and 1-2 p. m., except Satur
day and Sunday; at the y iL C A.
12-1 noon on Fridays, j r ''
i Preaching servlcei ll a. ra. and 7:29
p. in. . each Fundar..":: :v ?
This pulpli makes an especial fXort
to deal opt 'with theories inV 'iti1.
experiences;: v. f
The JEible a ctool: Alice LLJIoppen
tuperiateoieaL- Phone 4 446. School
hciis session each Sunday, at- 8:45,'
y ;:h cli?ea fcrall ares eadwlth.les
f nna'frc fuJIy, tcviUl. ".. to - sujt'.'.the
n . f us yar.iovs zzit. .Tc? XHbie
Ccurcil net: at dinner In the
eoc;i ; r? f ivchbr:i:::ns at
6."o'c' :X. oa' t.-s -rtt" Wednesday, of
etch r-.cnth," for consideration! ot the
buelztiiof the tchl. i'.U'j';;
I'Y. P.X. C--n.:" Woods Peters, presl-
e . , : i 1 57.97; ueeta'at g:23. ,cata
Cuiy U.e assembly room of the
chcrcb, and at J:20 p. m. on the sec-
edd, jnday of 'each ' month holds a
service for the; patients at Leah!
IIon:s.' ' ' Monthly business meeting
r"s rcr.et.'e o'clock In the social
y . . t ;,j ch.rch on the Second -Wad
Lcdy of each month;, i - :
; C. W. 1 M.s Mra llabel Morgan,
.t cne 3803. Meets at2:30
p.'ufcw f6urth Tntaday of the
ccnth rln the -ladies parlor of the
. ; I A. u
Mrsmr. Ti:' Foster.- presl-
r ' " - -
5311. Meets. at J. p nr.
::.cf the chur,c on
: Th.r ;r cf the month. -;"
' ' -rJ: ' ets;cnjhe; first
. .. :'.i .. .thfat,t:t0 la the
cf t-e church. - ; " ;-v
. ' 1-V-: v nesUzs: Wednesday at
. at -present ..la.'flTio
f lu- . t va New Testament,;
'...L t -...j Till.te followed In ther
vrl7-i.-.:t cf .lSlC- by another court
on "Fundamental Teachings of the
Nc Testament These iaeet!r s are.
In!;z.':3 t five sure foundLI-n foot
ings fr.'.filih. .and have. proved, suc-ce-:ful
In that. . - --.-'
-.' . EALim. wiox cmrai ;
Kahihl Union church,' between Gu
lick avenue and Kamehameha IV road.
' 'Lille school. 9:30 a..m.. , r.:;
; Morning service, 11 a. m. V ;
Evening serTice, 7:30 p. to.
Mid-week prayer meeting, Wednes
day. 7:30 p.- in,- ; '. ' f
Evening service, 7:30 p.' m. j
- CcL Blanche B. Cox of the Salvatiqu
Army will apeak at the evening ser
vice. -.-,.-- ---. .
. After ; communion senrlee ; at til
q'clock, a call will, probably.;!) mad'e
for a permanent pastor. .The miniate f
in view Is ami on the' mainland, ;b4t
he lias already been made acquainted 1
with lh 1V1 t.cA. ' . - ' " . . ?
Tt. Ar.drtrrs Ctihe'rsl - Xmma
street, near t : rctatla.-' lit-T.evl'B: K
Eeciarlck.. t:hcp; 'Hev. :Canoa-Wnu
Ault, Ticar., Ilcly Ccni mcalon, T a. m.;
Eacri.zg': prayer , and .serraon. 11.
o cck;: eresi-j prayer ' and sermon
7:C1 p. cl; Sunday ictczl, 9:45 Wm.;
iiawa::aa services, Key, Leopold KrolU
raster,-9:1& . m. ?-; :,rr,V' ; -
tL Cleaesta tlsrcli---Corner Wild
er avenue and MakTki 'street Sunday.
services;. Holy communloa.-7 a. m.f
taorning prayer and service, .11 a. mJ,
evening praper, 7:20 p. in. '
i. t Eark's. risslea Kapahul a
read. Re. Leopold KrolL Driest fin
bTicea; , iioiy uommunif a.
uni .tesaay each month. 10 a. ,'m.
zz. z . '. c 3 -p. rv "C-aiiY" school
C- j'u.lOvm. V: "'.'4 "--
.Ilcly CciiJ union Crit Sunday cjthe
month. v-: -'-' ' "- . ; "
Li. Liirrivs Cfcsrth LwW ted
rcrter IUng street ttd Pua lane-vfltev.
W. Meriil, priest In charge. Stw day
serrlcea: lloly CocSmunion at,7 &v m,
on 6econa,, fourth and'fifth'Sjrays,
11 aTm. on first and third. E'feeilnc
1 prayer, and address at 7 p. m. , 1 Xoireaa
serrtees at 9:t0 i. m. and t: IS p. m.'
aUrJMKAPlLI TIICUCH (COJGKE-
- GATIOXAL1 '
' Rer, IVK; Poepoe, pastor; Ret. S
Eplphaay Slssloa, Kalanaf lCth
cd Palolo. ReY. L. H. Trac la
charge, 'Sunday school,' at 10 a. m:
Scfrtcet at If a. TO Vk : - -.
Hiss Main! rA; omnUt. .. ,
.'ST.. PETER'S CHURCH
" .v.':' ;.r (CWneae)T . 1
' Emma street, opposite Central
Grammar school; The Rer. Kong Tin
Tet, pastor.Ia charge. , -
Sunday ' services: 1 Holy Communi
on, 7 a. mv on first and third Sun-
days; -11 a.f m, on . second . Sunday.
Sunday school, 8:43 a, m. Morning
prayer and address at 11 a., m. Even
ing prayer and address at 7 p. m.
Wednesday evensong, 7. p. m.
CATHOUC CATTJEOB AX
CATHEDRAL ; OF OUR LADY
: PEACE, FORT 8TREET.
(RL Rev. Libert, Bishop; of Zeugma;
R. F. Maxlmla, Provlnc.)
Sundays a. mass with sermon
Is Portuguese; 7 a. m.-9 a. m ma&s;
9 a.' children's mass with sermon
ia jengusn; io:39 a. nt, high mass
vlth sennoa In Hawaiian; 11: J0r cate
chism In Hawaiian; 2 p. sodality;
7 p. m., sermon it Portuguese;: bene
diction of the 'Blessed SacramenL.: . .
Weekdays Maasea at 6, 6: 30 and T
a m.. r. i.; ;' . j'c .' :: -i- . ' '. : .
ST.; JOSEPHS - CHAPEU : KIOANA-
ft ,",.? V LI A. -v..'-- '-:
"V cRer. Fn Ulrica la,' Charge) ;' "
' Sandays Ijjtu w mass : with ser
mon; Tuesdays, mass at 7 a. m.
ST. . JOHN .THE' BAPTISTr KaXIHl
..' ' v.';- ' WAENA.; f-V. ; :
v : (Rer. Fr. Ulrlch In Charge) v '.
. Sumjays t:30, mass .with aermoa;
Mondays, mask 7 a, m. ; Thursdays,
catechism claas 2:3Q p. m.
CONVENT OF THE SACRED HEARTi
V : KAIMUKI. ;
; ; (Rer. Fr. Valeptlo). '
; Sundays a, mast; 19:3Q a. ssu,
mass with sermon;, 7 p: m4 Benedic
tion of the Blessed Saerament.
Weekdays Mass at J a. m. .Wed
nesdays, 2:30 p. catechism class. -SACRED
HEART, CHURCH, WILDES
- v-"- 'AVl-PTJNAHOU.;.':-'
(Rer. Fr. Stephen ia Charge)
Sundays 7 ; a. m-, loif 'fiaaas with
communion ; 9 " a." m,- high : mass wlt&
sermon in , English ; ; Siinda y sehool,
1:30 and .10. a.' vt '. ;;'--' :-
. Weekday s-rFridays, masa at J a. nii
Tuesdays and vTkurBdaya.-'"catechIsa
class.: V 4- t' - ' T'i"''"
ST. V AUGUSTINE'S -CHAPEL,- T7AI.
y .-v -.v; KiKI.;;
Fr;Va1ehUir-in Chsrgf) "
I Ernys-e9m; 'aiaM -fclth sef-
Frldajs- 2:20 p. m., catechism class.
cnuccn of vjesus oicist , or
r;.LATTII DA v SAIM5. HV : J
-104 Lusitatia street.- ? Sunday ser
vices, 11:45 4. m. to I p. m. - Sunday
school, 10 a.' m.- Toung Men's aad
Toung Ladies Improvement Assocla-.
tlon meets Sunday 'evening at 7:29
o'clock. . Ladles'- Relief; AasocUtion
meets Friday at 10 a, m.'
mono axized cuueen of jesus
; CUBIST OF LATTER BAY
. 8A15TS. --' ' -;
Located on King street near Thorn-
as Square. s Vf,1 ".'' '."- ' ;
Services will be held on Sundays as
follows: v. v.n, :; ps?
9:45 a. bw Sunday school. v ;
11 a., preaching, Hswaliaa"serT-
$ p. Zion's Rellglo Literary so
ciety's meeting v :"..;
?Ti; p.' ta preaching,. English serv
lce.r' , . ' ,.
Visiters . are Invited, to. attend any
of .the services held in , this church
and a welcome, will-be extended to
those, who . cwaeT.r :1J:. t." : 'f-. V.,
SETEXTn DAT AD TESTIS! ;;
' 7C7 Kinau Street; 4
- Service, Slbadj . school; Sabbath
(Saturday) 19 a ra- -V Preachlag, 11
o'cleca, Prayer meeting. Wednesday
evening. 7:30. Also preaching Sunday
eight at 7:39. A cordial -welcome lo
all. ;. x-- . - . .. . -"i"-". .; '- '-'j. "'.
A cordial invitation ia extended to
the pttbUc ; .; , -vr.- ;.' ;'
v ' F. H. CONWAY, Pastor. -
. ,'V -' t v ' .--; - '-- " ; -
iliisf cnuBcn of cubist,'
Odd Fellows' building. King and
Fort streets, entrance on Fort street,
Sunday 11 a. m, Sunday school 9:45 a.
m., .Wednesday evening meeting at ,Z
o'clock. Free reading room. Pantheon
buUdlafc corner Hotel i aad -Fort
streets, rooms 1 and 2epetr cany Trom
10 a. nvvto 3 pBL, exeert Sundays
aad legal holidays. .'A cordial Invita
tion .to alien d our services - lad vris t
our -reading ' roont Ir. extended to; alt
r Leeson snhecfc for Suaday Hatch 5,
; William Henry Fr, D. D superin
tendent of Hawaiian Mission. Office
at First Methodist church; residence,
2020 Kamehameha. avenue. - f . j .
i Ttirl " L. .L. Loofbouruw, minister.
Coiner " of Victoria and Beretania
streets. Sunday services at. 11 o'clock
In th e . morning and 7:30 o'clock . in
thefeVipBlngv,-: .y:s. t : .-
, v - - - JAPANESE. . v..
River Street Japanese Church. Rer.
C. Nakaipiura, pastor. Corner River
street and KukuL ' Sundlr ' school,
9:45 a. ml; public worship at 11 a.-m.
and 9 p tn..v :--.-:-vt.
South King-Street Japanese Church.
Rer. Q. Motokawa, - pastor. Corner
South King street 'ahd Punahoa.; Sun
day f school, . 9: 45 -a. nr.; publio wor
shlp at 11 -a.' m. and 8 p. so." f
: KOREAN. , I ,'.,';
. ' First i Methodise Cburchr-Rev. IL 8.
Hong, acting a -pastor. " Punchbowl
street', betfeea. .Hotel and - Beretania.
Liquor Men See the' Light. v-
The press agents of , the liquor com
panies re busy all the time trying to
show people that it .is useless to un
dertake to deal with the liquor prob
lem -by means of - legislation because
"prohibition doe not prohibit," says
the. Sacramento Union, editorially.;
Listen to this special to the Kansas
City "Tlffles from Wsanington . under
date of February 5: ' , : -
. -It .was a gloomy bunch. those li
quor dealers from over the nation
who met here in the annual conven
tion of the Retail Liquor Dealers' As
sociation. Here is the reason why:
' "According to their own admissions
the statement was made by R. J.
Hale, secretary of the association
there was a falling off in the consump
tion of whisky last year of 14,000,000
gallons, and in beer of 6,000,000 bar
rels. As a result of these Jolts hand
ed the booze business, 168 distilleries
and 4S breweries were forced. out' of
business. : There were no cheers when
the secretary read that report. -But
cheer came to gladdea their: hearts
when it was stated that Uncle Sam's
drink bill in 1915, via spite of this
fact was JZSO.OOO.OOO.- : . v
"Clean Up". Is Motto. - '-'
."The coprespcadent goes 'on to say
that roost of the time Of the conven
tion was taken up with a .discuasioa
of ways and means to clean np the
saloon In order to prevent its destruc
tion. '. ,- V: 1.-.-
'.The delegates condemnfd the caba
rets, which they ananilnously Claimed
were responsible in iarg laeasyre or
the downfall of the booze business.
' They frankly admitted that the bus
iness was ; on "the 4oMn Jgrade ; arid
would be 'destroyed' imjes radical
steps were taken 'it ence jo clean up
the saloons themsdtes. ,. r !
An Ally of Crimea i ii i i .-- 'l
There can be- miijuestfon, of the
truth of the facts stated- by thfeae
chiefs of the liquor Industry. A. large
part of the opposition to the saloons
is. due to the fact that the aaloon too
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m: Public ser
vices at U a. pi. and 7:30 o. m. ?: '..-'
Vuuanu Mission Rer. H, S. Hong,
acting pastor. Puunul street, "Nuuanu
Valley. . ; Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.;
public worship at 11 a, m. and 7:30
n; ia..." :-i ..:;;':.:;;r J''v
' ; -'v:-.. FILIPINO
r Qoeetf Street' Mission Rer.' C C.
Ramirez, pastor. . aiilolani and Queea
streets.- S"unday 1 school at llf a. m.;
public 'worship it Id sd'm. and 7:30
p.vm;'7lk" : -r- r-f-4; .'-fv
.:rhe hour Tor prayermeeting la the
same in' all . cases. Wednesday even
ing at 7:30.-. . :. '-'-'a-
V,. . ::' v. "X ' .iiM ; ?.':-; .: l-:
- - Regular., meetlniaf si's Veld fa ' the
Salvation Armjw"halJ ,atH10 Nr Hotel
street near Nunann.'as follows: Tues
day; Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
hlghta s't o'clock. . ' ' -
t Duaaay acauoi mi iv a., is.
' Youn,, People's meeting at 6:15
p. mi -' :'" .' : r
i. Other Sunday schools are held, as
follows: At 10 a. ' m, Kakul street
near Liliha street ( Japanese . corps) ;
at 1340' LillhA' street (Korean corpa) ;
312 'Vineyard 'street (Spaalsh corps. ;
1130 p. m at School street, near Ullha
Street, corner room (English corps).
. Lieut.-coL Blanche B 3ox will
Speak at theSalration "Army hall oti
Hotel - Street oc Sunday nighty Adjt
Duncan accompanies her. Extra meet
ings will be held: during the Carnival.
' A cordial invitation to; any or all
these meetings is extended by 'r
i v - ADJT. -TIMMERMAN.V
; - ; KAWAiinAO nfrncn ; .
l Rer; ICIL. Parker, pattor.; " i y-v
Ct)sner King-and Punchbowl streets.
Sunday, services . 11 ' a. to.f and 7: 30
p.m. Sunday school, '10 am, Prayer
meeting Wednesday at .7:30 b. m. '
; CoL Blanche Cox of the Salvation
Army will occupy the Kawaiahao
church pulpit on Sunday morning, Feb.
20, at 11 a. m. . Alt are Invited;
KKamaiopIH, assistant pastor. ' K
Corner -King streef aad'Asylum road.
. 19 a.. na. Sunday school,' interna
tional ..- Sunday; School ' Lessons, - both
English and Hawaiian.,,
1 6:39 p. m.Chrlstiah Enfleator. '.
, Service' Wednesday at ;7:30. pi mJ
W. E. Pietsch, evangelist, Residence!
corner Pahoe and Koko, Head avenue,
KalmukL ;. --: ' ''' - . .'
Bible Classes. J,-' ;:.:...;';-7 ..,-Xr.:
Sunday, 2; 30 p. mT----'MolilllI' church.
' Sunday, 4 p. m. Kanlawehi Mission
' Monday, 7:30 p. ou-r-Centni Are star
tlon. v:. ' V .v--K .
Friday, 7:30 p. in. At residence.
- 8ECON D CH I N ESE CONG ftEOjU".t
-'-V r TIONAL CHURCH ;
. , Beretania street. Rev. Tse Kel Yn
eK minister. . ; -1 ;l ; :.,. r " -"1
a. m. Morning worship. - ; .
1 p. m.---Sunday schooL r , -;
6 p. m. Bible study;
7 ; p. m. Young people's meeting.
Prayer meeting - will be held each
Wednesday evening, beginning at 7
o'clock. VV.;: . -.," -
GERMAN LUTHERAN r CHURCH,
i Beretania avenue, near Punchbowl
street . . v- '.: -
G. Schafhlrt,: pastor. . ,
Sunday services at 11 a. m. on ev
ery Sunday and on the last e Sunday
of every month, alao" evening service
at 7:30 p. -'.
Sunday school -STrI " Sunday at
.10 a. m. -.J - -;. : i,' - J:
6E AM EN'S INSTITUTE MISSIQN
- CH U RCH; ALAKEA " STREET. '.:
Services Sundays" 6 p. m.' and by
arrangement - All sailors cordiallr wet
come.- - " ' :''. -'.. " :--
Subject . lesson sermon' for Sunday,
January 33, 1916. "Truth." C CC-V '
ASSOCIATED BIBLE 8T ODENTS.
f Meetings - held v regular la Bible
often Is the ally of crkne and asso
ciate of Yice. : - .-' '
-Bat there are signs' that the move
ment of the liquor interests to reform
the saloon business has come too late.
Public sentiment is against the saloon,
not only on moral grounds but on eco
nomic grounds as welL The business
Is parasiiic. At best It is tolerated.
The signs point to the determination
of the people to tolerate it no longer.
A Strike Minus Booze. -
The press Is noting with commen
dation the peaceful aettlement of the
19 weeks' strike in the copper regions
of Arizona. Oa September 12, 1915,
the miners struck for higher wages,
and on January 25, 1916. an amicable
settlement was effected. v The out
standing feature of the history of the
strike was its management' through
out without violence or destruction of
property or life. ' ;7 r : f
5 Incidentally, it should be remarked
that' Arizona is a prohibition state
and, of course, the community where
the strike took place was free' from
saloons.- In striking contrast-to the
Arizona Incident was the recent strike
in East ,Youngstown.,Ohlo,;a saloon
infested town; where' a demand and
strike for an Increase of wages devel
oped rapidly Into a riot. '
"As the first day of the strike wore
on and the men discussed ther griev.
ances, their rage against their employ
era increased In proportion to the
drinks they consumed," is the descrip
tion given in The Outlook. A little
later these men set fire to saloons
and the buildings of .their employers,
resulting In the destruction of hun
dreds of thousands of dollars' worth
of property, the fatal Injury of eight
people and the wounding of a number
Of Others. - - - ;
. The inference Is plain. -' A : strike
plus John Barleycorn means a riot
and the destruction of life and prop
erty. And yet there are people who
still claim they fall to see that prohi
bition has anything to do with the la
bor problem. .
h MISSION TO
: A city gospel mission, under the di
rection of W. E. Pietsch, a local evan
gelist will- be iv opened oa- or s- about
March 15 at Fort- and Berentania
streets. In carrying out his work, Mr.
Putsch will have the - cooperation of
a large ' number of, Honolulah,S ,";bQ
hare become Interested in the project.
7 Meetings1 are to be cdnducteid . every
evening and they will be open to the
public City gospel and rescue mis
sion. will .be the main objects -of the
new institution. . ;.;
KALIHI CHURCH MAY '
ISSUE CALL FOR HEW
; MINISTER. TOMORROW
. . . ' ; -.v ';'v - - -
. Something out of the ordinary is- In
store for the members of Kallhi Union
church., and their community . friends
at the service tomorrow morning. After-
communion ; at-ll "o'cldck, a call
will -probably be hiade out for a per
manent pastor. Tne minister in view
Is on the mainland, but already has
been made acquainted with the local
field - and . Its relations: , He says be
itlll come here if called. - '".
Full particulars concerning the can
didate and his family wOI be present
ed to the y Congregation ' tomorrow
morning by. the chairman of the supply:-
committee and a call, if issued,
will Immediately follow.. Col. Blanche
B. Cox of the local Salvation Army
Yx'Ill'be. the speaker, at the evening
servIce. -Vi-:"-;- r;-
. MEET TOMORROW NIGHT
... The Christian Endeavor Society will
hold an interesting symposium oa its
friends of the Bible -' Sunday evening
lr. Central Union parish house, the
subject - being; "My ' Favorite - Bible
Character and - Why." Miss Kathryn
Beyerldge of HIJo, who' Is studying at
the .. Normal school, will lead. . Each
member is asked to come prepared to
came bis favorite Bible character, to
gether with brief reasons for . the
preference. - All young people are cor.
dlally Invited to attend. . -
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. PAYS DEBT 40 YEARS, OLD .
- INDIANAPOLIS, )nd. Honier Tag
gart, a real estate man of South Bend,
hca received a letter.with a post office
money . order in it calling' lor. $9 In
payment pf -a debt forty years old.
Students' ban, 150 South Beretania
street . In . rear of , Hawaiian Phono
graph Supply Company. -
Sunday, 3:30 p. m. Berean study,
"The Divine Plan.?
7:15 -p. - m. Bible study, carrent
topics. ' ; f'-" : --p: ''.'X
-Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Bible study. -S
Friday, 7 : 45 ' pm."01d Testament
Types.-. . .. .V-' ' 'V,'v-.
Ail are welcome. No collections tak
en and i no . money . solicited. ' t l'
FORT STREET CHINESE CHURCH.
Fort street manka of Beretania,
Wong Tso Teng and Yuen To Puy,
ministers. - '? ,' - ; ' -. ; ;-
9:30 a.' m. Sunday ; school. -11
: a." in. Morning service
preaching. ; - . -. .
7:30 p.. m. -Evening service.
Henry P. Judd will speak.
-The . Christian Endeavor Society
meets in the church at 6:30 o'clock
on Sunday evening.' vv:v
HE IS HEAD OF
Christian Minister Writes an
. Interesting Article f or '
Idaho Newspaper -;
In an interesting letter to. the Pay
ette (Idaho) Enterprise, David Cary
Peters, pastor of the local Christian
church, tells something of church
work In Honolulu and lays emphasis
on the forward strides which have
been made by the members of his con
gregation.' ' v ... ;
He says.' in part:; 4 "
"Within the last year the church of
which I have the privilege and honor
of being th pastor has built a new
church building. It is a wholly unique
structure, departing from the con ven
tlonal In church architecture." It la
a bungalow building of the Southern
California type, with an over-all dimen
sion of 96 by 187 feet, containing 26
rooms ia all. big and little, with a
large open court in -. the -center and
wide lanais, as we call then here, or
verandas, as you call them there, run
ning around three sides. It is a build
ing adapted to tropical conditions and
la attracting a great deal of attention.
"It is so unusual and .so attractive
that during Jhe first month of our oc
cupancy of it there were something
more than 150 tourists who made the
trip from the hotel section out here
just to see it coming on 'the sugges
tion bf Our Promotion Committee and
tourist bureau. . .
"Christmas has come and gone, but
It Is a little difficult for us to appre
ciate Christmas here, where there is
no frost nor snow and about the only
thing there is to Indicate the Christ
mas season la the conventional Christ .
mas decorations In the store windows.
Yet the spirit of the season runs
strong in the hearts of the ' people,
even in this far land, and our own
Christmas experiences were very hap-;
py; Messages of love and good wishes
came to ua from many, many friends
far and near, scattered over a. large
part of the earth'a.aurface, . .MSny of j
them 1 abaft .not be able1 . to Ucknow
ledge, and may-1 presume to IsR that
if any of the Payette friends who sent
us reminders of any aisd i do not., re
ceive acknowledgment they would ac
cept this ss an expression of bur tn6sl
sincere gratefulness. '" T-'.' ;
fOrie very noticeable . Chrlstmss re
membtance that .came to us this year r
which ?l mention in tuis connecuoa
because of Its practical value and be
cause 'it indicates something of the J
kind of oeoole I have to work with,
Lwas a? gift from the members of my
church of a new isib uuica, six-cyun-der
automobile. This ,is the second
time tlat thes good" people hnve made
me such a present The first year I
was out here they gave me an Over
land, which I drove 52,750 miles , on
the streets of the city and on the roads
of this Island doing my pastoral work.
ul will not presume further upon
your, good: nature -Other .than to add
this: As I grow older I am becoming
more uensible to those, epiritual lbmi;a
without which even under the mot
favorable conditions, there Is. a sense
of hunger In the human heart"; ";.
VILL BE TOPIC
. "China's Secret"; Is the theme an
nounced for; the subject of the mid-,
week service in Central Union parish
house" next Wednesday, and the
speaker for the evening will be Rev.
Norman Craig Schenck, who heads the
Chinese department in the ; workf
the Hawaiian Board. :
Those who have come to know Mr;
Schenck in his brief sojourn here have
already grown to appreciate his genial
personality and his fellow workers are
most enthusiastic over the great suc
cess he has von in his work among
the Chinese of the islands. At the
Wednesday meeting Mr. Schenck will
abow how China, even in ancient days,
caught a glimpse of the spirit of God
and worked it out In the wonderful
philosophy of Confucius,
"The Voice of God in Man's Past
is the sub-topic of the evening and
the list o'f suggested readings U sa
follows: .' ,
.The Sayings of Conf nclus," by Lio
nel Giles. . : v - ' '
"Christian Characteristics,", by Ar
thur H. Smith.. ; . :
tThe Letters of a Chinese Official,"
by G. Lowes Dickinson. '
"Social Morality," by F. D. Maurice.
"Confucius," Tr. by James Legge.
. n he Life andSaylngs of Confu
cius," by' James Legge. ,
TALK OVER FUTURE OF
-. UrilON BI3LE SCHOOL
A rousing meeting, devoted to the
future of the Bible school of Central
Union church, was held In the pari3h
bouse' of the church, last Wednesday
evening, SupL Vaughan MacCaushey
presiding. . The orchestra of the E.tle
school, -led by George vCasper, fur
nished music and George A. Andru3
led the singing. The meeting brought
out a large attendance of persons who
thoroughly .appreciated the pithy,
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