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Till' HAWAIIAN STAR. SATritDAY, MAY A. 1912.
A Soft Clean Towel for Everybody at Every Wash
150 TOWELS FOR 50 CENTS
Soles Agents for t lie Territory
American-Hawaiian Paper & Supply Co., Ltd,
Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu PHONE 1410 Geo. G. Guild,
x PRESIDENT AND MANAGER.
Central Union Church.
Rev. Doromus Scudder, D. D.
later; Rev. Amos A. Ebcrsole,
Bible school, 9:50 a. m. Mr.
Ham A. Bowen, superintendent.
Hosworth HIblo Class for Young Peo
ple, 10 a. m. Conducted by tlio asso
Adult Bible Class for men and wo
men, 10:10 a. in. Conducted by Rev.
P. S. Scudder. . x
Morning worship, 11:00 a. m. Ser
mon by the minister.
Christian Endeavor meeting, C:30 p.
ill. "How Shall I Spend the Sabbath?"
Mr. 1. D. Canflold, leader.
Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. Tlierf
will be no service in this church this
Suuday evening. Members of the con
gregation are' urged to meet with the
other churches in a Union .evangelistic
meeting in the Bijou theater. The
MacWatters quartet will furnish the
music, and Rev. Mr. Thoims of the
(Itiartet will preach.
Methodist Episcopal Church.
The Sunday School at 9:45 conduct
ed by Mr. Richard H. Trent is open
to everybody and a cordial invitation
i3 extended to all.
Men's Bible Class at 10 o'clock Is
open to all men.
Rev. R. E. Smith will preach at 11
o'clock; there will also bo special mu
sic. A special invitation is extended to
all tourists and strangers in the city.
The evening services will be' discon
tinued for the next' two Sundays,
cwing to the Union service in Ihe Bi
jou theater at which the MacWatters
male quartet will preside.
All services arc held in the Odd Pel
lows' Building, Fort street, where al
so a free reading room is open to tho
rublic dally from 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.
All are cordially Invited.
First' Church of Christ, Scientist.
Sunday services: Sunday school at
0:45 a. m. for young people under
twenty years j, lesson sermon at 11 "a.
in. Subject, "Everlasting Punish
ment." Wednesday evening testimonial
meetings at 8 o'clock.
Home of Truth..
Christian Healing and Teaching.
1220 Kapiolanl street, near Boretanla
Sunday services, 11 a. m. by Mrs.
M. M. Hunter-Jones. Subject: "Love
and Service," giving tho metaphysical
Address by Dr. Weaver, 7:30 p. m.
Subject: Not announced.
Monday, 8 p. m. Healing meeting,
and lesson on "The Life of Jesus,"
from "The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus
Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. Lesson in
"Bible Astrology," by Dr. Weaver.
Thursday, 8 p. m. Lesson In prac
tical Christian healliyr, by Mrs. M. M.
Hunter-Jones. Subject: "How to Con
trol Thought" This being tho fifth
lesson in an advanced course.
All meetings at "The Home." All
wishing to find "The Kingdom ot
Heaven,!' which is within man, arc
earnestly Invited to attend these
THE APPLE BLOSSOM'S HEART.
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints.
King street near Thomas Square.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m., with
classes for all ages. Lesson topic,
"Joseph." Adult Hawaiian class for
those not acquainted with English.
Monthly prayer and sacrament ser
vice, 11 a. m. All members should
try and be present.
Zion's Rellgio Literary Society, C
p. m. Regular lesson, No. 4, In quar
terly, on Early Church History. Musi
cal and literary program and normal
drill on Book of Mormon.
Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. Sermon
by Elder Waller.
Also preaching service In the Gos
pel Tent on Morris Lane Sunday at
7:30 p. m. and each evening during
the week except Wednesday and Sat
urday. -Our message to the people Is not
only Interesting, but best ot all, It is
true. Wo invite investigation and
strangers will find a hearty welcome
at all meetings.
An apple blossom just awake to life;
Tho sun, the wind, two enemies at
The Napplo blossom's heart tho prize
For him who gained the early victory.
.Then wind, with eager accents, loud
Approached the blossom with his lov
He tried to break the petals from
So closely on the blossomVs Heart of
But all In vain the more he puffed
The blossom her pink petals closer
Then sun came out so gently and so
Tho blossom know that he could bring
His brightest rays he sent, his warm
Which thrilled each petal pink with
And, blushlngly, her petals fell apart,
And to the sun revealed her golden
But wind was hoi content to loser be,
And he began to laugh In mockery;
Ruthlessly he tore tho petals from
Flung them upon ' a breeze and cap
But there remained what wind had
Tho blossom's heart, still golden in
H. FRED A. WARKENTIEN.
Nothing "strikes the spot" better
than a "Classified Ad." In The Star.
It tells the story In a nutshell.
Dicing my absence from the Terri:
tory, Mr. Charles P. Osborne will car
ry on my undertaking, business as
Tho embalming branch will con-,
tlnuo to be carried on by two experi
enced assistants whoso, specialty Is
shipping cases, and work first-class
as scores ot letters on file testify.
H. H. WILLIAMS.
Honolulu, April 24, 19,12.
WbI1 Psiper I
To be sold at 50c per room and upward.
Choice selections of the finest wall-papers
made. Put up in lots sufficient to cover
the walls and ceilings of rooms varying in
size from 8' x 10' to 20' x 24'
Don't neglect this opportunity. Sale Begins, May 1st
177 So. Kings St.
WILL DO IT.
Cable Address "Takapu," "Honolulu
Telephono 1675. P. O. Box l8
Commission Merchant and Manutat
turera' Agent Japanese ProTllo
and General Merchandise
Nuuanu Street, near King
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IFree Delivery every week to Ewa and all houses on the road to Ewa, including the
Peninsula. Our "Pay-a-Little-at-a-Time" plan applies to customers living on this
route, as well as thdse in the city' tjThe largest and most complete stock of furni
ture we have ever carriedwhich is saying a great deal.
Coyne Furniture Company
Alexander Young Building
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