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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1912.
AVc are talking about AVer's
jHair Vigor. Just note that word
I "Ayer's." You are perfectly
i safe with it. No harm to you or
your hair. Makes the hair
grow? It certainly does. Stops
falling hair, too. Remember, it's
"Ayer's" we are talking about
Ask your doctor about your hair
and about Ayer's Hair Vigor.
Get his approval. Your own
doctor and "Ayer's" make a
strong combination. It means
faith, confidence, satisfaction.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
fiwvi bt Dr. I. C. Aim & Co- UwtU, Hut., U.S. A
MONDAY, MARCH 11,
and following days.
Our now designer. Miss Starkey,
will have on display the largo stock of
Pattern Hats and Millinery
which sho has Just purchased from
leading Mainland millinery establish
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
THAT IS SATISFACTORY TO ITS
J. ABADIE, Prop.
777 King St. Phono 1491
will save you money. Call and see
one In operation.
ACETYLENE LIGHT & AGENCY
Hustace avenue, off South St.
ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY OP
NEW YORK UNDERWRITERS'
Tiie b. F. Dillingham company, Ltd.
General Agents for Hawaii.
Fourth Floor, Stangenwald Building.
HONOLULU LODGE NO. 616,
B. P. O. ELKS.
Meets in their hall on King streot
near Fort, every Friday evening. Vis
iting Brothers aro cordially invited to
PAUL II. ISENBERG, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec'y.
HONOLULU LODGE, NO. 800,
L. O. O. M.
Will meet in Odd FoIIowb' Building,
Fort street, near King, every Friday
evening at 7:30 p. m. Visiting broth
ers cordially invited to attend.
AMBROSE J. WIRTZ, Dictator.
E. A. JACOBSON, Secretary.
WONG WONG CO.
Builders ana Goniractors
Office, Maunakea SL
Bowers' Merchant Patrol
And Confidential Agency
Reliable Watchmen Furnished.
Phono 1051. P. O Box 284
City Headquarters, Club Stables.
Men of the, Fleet and Tourlati.
The best place in Honolulu to buy
Jade and Chinese Jewelry of all kinds.
63 HOTEL AND SMITH 8TREET8.
Fino Job Printing a tho Star office.
I. TIMMONS JELLS
Uy fur the most Interesting meeting
yot hold by the Honolulu Ad. Club
wnB that of yoBtorday at the rogular
weokly luncheon In tho upstairs dining-room
of tho Union Grill.
Considerable routlno business was
transacted, after which soveral short
talks wore mado by members. Geo.
B. Curtis, manager of Jordan's, gavo
his Ideas of prolltablo advertising
from pcrsonnl oxporlonce. Mr. Shat-
tock, who is here In the Interests of
the Koystono Typo Foundry, and who
Is tho newest member of tho club,
read a pnpor on tho vuluo of discrim
ination in the uso of type faces in
preparing advertising copy.
L. D. Tlmmons, who wns scheduled
to address tho members on tho sub
ject of other ad clubs he had come In
contact with during his recent trip
to the mainland, was unable to bo
present, and his paper was read by
Chas. R. Frazicr. This paper was as
Honolulu, March 21, 1912.
Tho Honolulu Ad. Club, City.
Gentlemen: I wish to thank you for
tho Invitation to address your inter
nottnc nnfl Imnnrtnnt olllh tnrlnv. nnrl I
up to this morning anticipated with
pleasure tho prospect of being with
you. Since my return from tho East,
however, tho pressure of business has
been so insistent that I really havo
not had tho time to formulate in a
connected way tho various data which
I should like to present to you. And,
although unable to be with you In per
son, I am heart and soul with tho
aims of your organization, and may
bo counted on to assist in furthering
the same in future.
I wish to thank you for electing me
to membership in your club, and for
tho further honor you havo conferred
In placing my name upon your list of
I came in contact with tho Ad. Club
of Chicago beforo I was aware that
such a club had ever been thought of
here In fact, as this was In January,
you probably had not really taken up
Tho Chicago club is a monster in
stitution. It has Its social halls, gamo
rooms, Horary, conference chambers,
cafe, buffet-in short everything that
you might expect to find in an up-to-dato
institution of the kind in n big
city. Its membership includes ad.
writers of every kind, managers of
advertising institutions, magazines,
papers, etc.; ad. managers and copy
puijeru, uiu.; au. managers una copyi . . . .
writers of all sorts of largo business 1 PIantatIon was S""11"? removing tao
institutions; managers and officers 0ftaborerB from the I'rcsnn,t, ,cam,,s t0
almost every line of business in the new nouses m oeuur CB"e
city; professional men, including law- Dr- Taylor- Government physician at
yers, judges of tho courts, government Hnkaa. who is conducting a lot o:
officials, etc.; to say nothing Of a jol bacteriological work lr. the rat cam
ly bunch of good fellows, who may bo 1,aiB"' wlU bo 1alu cxtra for his ser
rated as outsiders, but aro Important vIcca 1,1 futl,ro- as the work takes
on occasions of club functions.
Tho Chicago club is alert at every
point of tho compass. It is a "livo
wire" indeed. Its midday luncheon
has become a function of note, em
bellished, as It always is, with
speeches, music and other features.
The activity of Its entertainment com
mittee Impressed me. Every day somo
man of noto Is fished out of tho hotel
registers of tho city for an address.
The program is always new, and fs
varied. There is never anything stale.
In short, every member of the club
feels and knows that he has a pleas
ant lunch hour awaiting him from
Monday to Saturday. Every holiday
tho club throws out a particularly big
chest. On my second visit to Chicaeo
happened to arrive an hour beforo
lunch-time, February 22, Washington's
birthday. A telephoned invitation was
accepted, and a member of the club
called at tho hotel for me.
I was surprised at tho elaborate
ness, and beauty of tho decorations,
and tho evidences of preparation for
the function. Several hundred gentle
men sat at tho banquet, and there was
a sprinkling of- the fcir sox at tho
tables away from tho main hall. Tho
waitresses appeared In red, white and
blue, with caps of tho Martha Wash
ington era, perhaps. Soveral big, ring
ing speeches, appropriate to tho day,
were delivered, ono of them being by
Judgo Cavanaugh, of tho supremo
court. There wero splendid vocal and
instrumental numbers, and specialties.
It was a great affair; and as I looked
out on that throng of ad. writers, ail.
managers and ad. users hobnobbing
together, as it were, in a sort of com
mon brotherhood, my thoughts, flow
back to Honolulu, and I was Impressed
as never beforo with the desirability
and importance of even a small pert
of tho samo "get-together" spirit here.
And you can readily imagine tho gen
uineness of tho pleasure felt by mo
when, a few days later, I learned from
tho papers that a club of tho samo
sort had been organized In this city.
Tho entertainment feature of the
present day ad. club is not, however, its
most important function. This feature
sorves to bring togothor all mon Inter
ested in tho subject or business of
advertising, and has its place. It Is a
very big card. But tho real object of
tho organization Is tho study of ad
vertlslng along scientific lines. I say
along scientific lines, becauso advor
CHICAGO AD. CLUB
lining lift.- beeomn a tclonco. It Is no
longor a lmphnr.anrd buslnosfl. Anoth
er object, of almost equal Importnuco,
)h the bringing togothor of ml. writers
and ndvortlsors In n social way, and
the interchanging of Ideas In lolsure
momontf. Thiw, In Chicago, tho nd.
club has become tho ono Important
meotlng placo of mon on both sides
of tho advertising business, and, as
near as I can describe It, a sort of
advertising clearing houic. As I fol
lowed out the idea Its scope seemed
to extend and broadon, and Its valuo
become something Immense.
Honolulu, being such n very small
city, can not, of courso, hope to either
Inaugurate or maintain an nd. club
on anything like those lines. But, to
my mind, a modest copy of tho Chi
cago idea, or the adoption of lf.3 more
Important features on a reduced scale,
is easily possible. From what I have
learned of your club, I am led to bo
llevo that It is shaped out In this way,
and I feel that H may, reasonably hope
for a useful and succcrflful career.
Let all tho ad. men and tho men in
terested in advertising get together
in the ad. club. It Is not a one-man nor
a one-sided proposition, but is mutual
ly advantageous In a desirable de
gree. It would bo a good thing for
Honolulu and Hawaii if all of the
buslner.3 men of tho city took an ac
tlve, personal Interest in the club and
L. D. TIMMONS.
BOARD OF HEALTH
At tho meeting of tuo Hoard or
health yesterday afternoon, the re
quest of James Fitzmaurlco to bo al
lowed to visit the Kallhl Receiving
Station was refused. Tho board
, thought it better not to allow the
1 correspondent to enter the station,
i President Pratt read a short report
of his trip to Hawaii, and told of the
rat campaign that is being carried on
there. He stated that a mongoose,
infected with plague germs, had been
George It. Carter made a partial re
port on the conditions of Walpahu,
saying that the management of the
up much of his time.
Major J. M. Kennedy, Medical
Corps, U. S. A., was given a license
to practice medicine in tho Terri
tory. The board took up tho matter of
the new tract just opened on upper
Fort street, and decided that all build
ing permits be refused until a sower
bo installed. This will have to bo a
private sower, and could be connected
with that of the KapiolanI Estate at
an estimated cost of $500.
Tho question of cemeteries also
came up at the meeting and, as It is
a fact that all tho available land Is
crowded, and' that some day tho city
cemeteries will have to be removed,
tho board instructed Dr. Shepherd to
gather all possible data on the subject
and report later.
ONLY FOR PUBLIC
All tho work In connection with the
tax assessments of tho islands is now
finished, and this morning tho board
of equalization got down to business
on tho last stage of Its duties. The
members were busy all tho forenoon
on the work of equalization, and It is
thought by tomorrow everything will
be finished and tho general flguros
will bo ready for publication.
It has been decided that only the
total assessments for tho different is-
lends will be given out. Further details
cannot bo made public, and therefore
tho people of tho Territory cannot
tell how much each Individual firm
has had its assessments increased or
Comparisons of the totals of this
year and of last can, however, bo
made, and tho figures Bhould bo in
teresting, especially as Treasurer
Colliding expects to raise tho total
assessments by somo $25,000,000.
It somotlmos happens that a woman
is almost as sorry sho married a cer
tain man as sho is glad that sho kept
somo other woman from getting him.
Every time a man makes a lucky
guess ho boasts of his good judg
THREE IDS OF CONSCIENCE
"Conscience" was the topic upon
which Canon Ault pronohml his ier
mon nt the Ghrlsttnn U.xtoimlon move
ment yesterday evening.
It was a very brief address but pow-l
erful and tho doath-llko stlllnras which
held tho nssomblago in its grip for tho
momont following tho conelutlon of
tho sermon showed tho effect thnt it
hud exerted upon its listeners.
In nnalyzlng his subject, Canon Ault
took up tho discission of tho threo
kinds of conscience live, false and
dead. In illustrating his points, the
speaker took a number of incidents
from tho Scriptures each time allow
ing wherein tho dlffcrenco lay between
tho live, the falso and tho dead, and
how ono gradually passed Into the
"A livo conscience Is that part of
the soul which control tho will," said
tho spcakor. "If It is false, it will
speak n.3 an echo of the will, and, If
this Is persisted in , the conscience
will finally become silent and die.
"Let us go back to thoso earliest
days that we can remember the times
when wo knelt at our mother's knee
and were taught the little praycra so
sweet and mild and childish that we
havo since, perhaps, refused with our
so-cslled manly lips to utter. Then
MANY WOMEN AMONG THE STRIKERS
ARRESTED BY THE LAWRENCE POLICE
LAWRENCE, Mass.. February 25. With tho renewed rioting and dis
turbances among the textile workers on strike tho police havo been making
arrests by the wholesale. A number of women have been arrested, along
with a larger number of men. Tho police show no distinction, but clap
tho offenders into jail In their efforts to preserve the peace.
WE INVITE INSPECTION OF OUR
WHICH WE BELIEVE TO BE THE DAINTIEST. PRETTIEST
CARDS EVER SHOWN IN HONOLULU.
HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY, Ltd.
lex. Young Building.
Performed hero at a saving
to tho Interested parties.
Carving dono by expertBwlth
compressed nlr tools right
hero in Honolulu at our
splendidly equipped plant at
KING AND ALAKEA STS.
Importers and Manufacturers
will soon bo here. Your or
ders should bo placed at
onco. Call and seo our stock.
DESCRIBED BY CANON AULT
cm in e the flrtt demlly tin and we could
not look our mothers In tho fttce tho
Mine way as wo iiMd to. That w
your conscience talking.
"There Is not a man here tonight
who, if one told him his mother had
lied, would not light. And yot every
time that you scoff at the rallglon that
your mother taught you at hor kneo,
you aro giving the llo to your own
I-ast night's meeting was exception
ally woll attended. It was the 1 argot t
crowd that was present nt any ono of
the meetings slure tho opening meet
ing. Mr. Butler snug woll, tho choir sang
well and the congregation lit Into tho
old hymns with an enthusiasm and
a zeal that threatened to raise the roof
of the Empire theater.
Mr. Butler sang, "Somebody," "A
Clean Heart," and "Shall I Let Him
In?" C. J. Day offered the prayer
preliminary to the tormon.
Yostorday noon a mooting woa held
nt tho Honolulu Iron Works and today
Mr. Butler sung for the employes of
tho Cntton-Nelll Iron Works.
It has been announced that Sunday's
meeting for men will be In charge of
laymen exclusively. Mr. Butler will
sing and T. Clive Davles will address
STOCK OF EASTER CARDS
IN MEMORY or
AMOS STARR COOKE
1810 1871 j
" ' AND
JULIETTE MONTAGUE COOiE
ruuMJtjt:, of THE ROYAL SCH00L.AN0, INSTRUCTORS
OF THE FOLtqwiNC. YOUNQiCHIEFS ' " ' ,'
MOSES KCKURWA .. v.' -
XrtZru , rX. M
VICTORIA KAMAMALU, KUHINA Nll
EMMA ROOKE.BUECN "EMMA
f'WAM 0 UMAULQ.KING tUNAlllO'
r.Avm i altmiii Imi. u...i..
IY0IA rAMW.EHA,6UEEII UUUOKAUHI
UNVEILED KAIWAIAHAO CHURCH,
By Ex-Queen Lllluokalanl
A Trouble Saver
An Electric Iron in the House
SAVES THK TIIOUHLK OF CHANGING 1H0N8.
SAVES THK TROUBLE c;' ATTENDING FlltlCS.
DOBS AWAY WITH THIfl H1SAT OF A 8T0VIB.
DOES AWAY WITH SMUT ORDINARILY DBl'OSlTRD ON TUB
SAVES THIS TIME AND TUMl'Klt OF THE OPERATOR.
The Ironing can be done wherever
there is an electric socket
The Hawaiian Electric Co.,
ONE TRIAL OF
WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT IT IS THE BEST SOAP FOR YOUR
YOUR GROCER SELLS IT.
WILL DO IT.
If You Wish To Adver
tise in Newspapers
Ajwhre tt Anytime Call on or write
E. C. Dake's Advertising
124 Sansomo St., San Francisco.
Sun Yun Wo &
Chinese Meals and Banquets Prepared
1122 SMITH STREET.
Borries and Ground.
Retail and Wholesale.
HAWAIIAN COFFEE CO..
1147 8mlth. near Pauahl St. Tel. 1391
The kind mat is NOT lyo-poolod.
. M. LEVY & CO., : Distributors.
Walk -Over Boots hop
FOR EVERY NEED.
A. B. Arleigh & Co.,
HOTEL NEAR FORT.
Pau ka Hana
HAS NO RIVAL IN SOAP.
.'fftRNICE PAUAHI BISHOP t'.'&i
fS5OT "WANUU PRATT ' fr
vJANt LDEAU JASPER -
' ABAGAIL MXHEHA '
PETER YoflMfr Kirn '
JAMES KAUDIlliai Mfcmi -".t-
. "r.- --.-"--w
JOHN P TT K HAU
March 17th, 191 2
groat Washing coda, used la
Hospitals and the Home.
Cheaper than Pearllne.
Tie Motama specie Bat
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Capital Subscribed ....Yen 48,000,00
Capital Paid Up Yen 30,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 17,150,808
General banking business trammel
ed. Savings account for $1 and up
wards. Fire and burglar proof vaults, with
Safe Doposlt Boxes for rent at S2 poi
year and upwards.
Trunks and cases to be kept o
custody at moderate rates.
Particulars to bo applied for.
YU AKAI, Manager.
Honolulu Office. Bethel and Merchant
Tel. 2421 and 1594. P. O. Box la.
Now O pen
MEALS 20c and 25c
-HORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS
Nuuanua Street, off Chaplain Lane.
STEINWAY & SONS AND
THAYER PIANO CO.
156 Hotel Street. Phono 2313.
C. Brewer & Co,,
Fire and Marine
Royal Iniurance Co. of Liverpool, ,
London Auurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Atsuranci Co,
Scottlih Union and National
anc Co. of Edinburgh.
Insurance Co. of Edit
American and Foreign Marin Intm