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jmrJ8fiiamlmiNnoxoj.vi.v. t MONDAYi7AUQOsTTir102
RATES FOR WANT. AD3. 8
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EVERYDAY WANTS AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
HAWAII' GREATEST OPPORTUNITY FOR LARGE RETURNS ON SMALL INVESTMENTS
H ., ..., ..., i
fj UU IUU WAHI ANTIMNU f
w If so, consult these columns.
a If you want employes or If yout
If you want lodging or boarding,!
u or have them to let If yout
e want to rent rooms advertise!
In the Bulletin Want Columns.!
fe Advertise any want you havtS
p and advertlso your business. S
WANTED Office work by well c.lu
cated man. Address X. X,, this of
flee. 2215 lw
BOWERS MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Compe
tent watchmen furnlnheil for busi
ness houses and residences Office,
178 lleretanln bt , Tel White 991;
P. O. llox 2M
WANTED To purchase upright piano.
Address, Matins price, etc., "J.,
P. O. box 832. 2213 tf
FOR SALE One larse ba) horse, suit
able for express wagon, hack or fam
ily use and two wagons, one ncarl)
new. Address (1 II. this olTUe.
FOR SALE Kino lot on College Mil's,
100x150, cash, J1100. W. L. Katon.
QA80LINE ENGINE FOR SALE 44
horsepower gasollno engine, In
perfect condition. Apply to M. L.
Smith Superintendent of Tho Hono
lulu Clay Co., Ltd., telephone white
2321, or to Castle & Lansdale, Stan
genwald llldg. 21C3-tf
FOR SALE 1 Lodgo & Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter,
cuts up to six inches; all new ma
chines, now on hand In Honolulu;
also one steam launch. V. II. Pain,
Punahou. 2126 tf
FOR 8ALE Coral rock for Ailing. Ad
dress n. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
TO LET Front r f.m, suitable for two
gentlemen, with two beds and bath.
Mrs. Dlekerson, Oatidnlls lane, of!
Hmina St. 2220 lw
THREE nicely furbished mosquito
proof rooms. 1400 Punchbowl St.
Bishop Restarick Has
! His Work In Honolulu
Hate jour machine put In condition
or neat work. Wo repair tho best
and cheapest, For positions leave
your address Willi us.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
F. E. KING'S LIST.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
at Cottage Grove.
Five room COTTAGE. King Place:
LOTS at the Ileach; 18 years to run
dood bathing. $70 to 1100 pet
COTTAGE, bam, bath house, all new.
at the Ileach; S0O; terms JIM
down, bnlance, 23 per month on 18
F. E. KING,
Cottage Grove, King Street.
Wallop IteMnrlck celebrated his first they woe
luuummiun in me new missionary, dis
trict of Honolulu In St Andrew's Cash
cdral jesterdny morning nt the 7
o'clock service. In the congregation
was Quem l.llluoknlatil There was
u full choral service during which the
new Ulshop made a brief address of
welcome. Hev. Cation Ault was epls
lolar. Ilcv. Canon Mackintosh the gos
viler, ami Hev Canon Kltcnt assisted
n the distribution of prayers.
At 9.4." o'clock, the Ulshop made an
iddrcss, particularly fur the llawallnn
members of the congregation, ills re
marks wero Interpreted by Solomon
at me 11 oilock senlie, the Ulshop true, absolutely
by the con
smiling insloii of his life, love and
devotion to Jesus Christ He pictures
himself as hound a captive to the cha
riot whciN or Clulst as captives wero
bound to the wheels of the pretorlan
Unman gencial He Knew what tlo
tor by the c loss meant. It meant tb.it
willing subjection, the sacrifice of all
conduct affalis on gucu u basis as that.
To he successful In this day wc must
nit lioldl, must not have too sensitive
u conscience, aud mutt rise by crushing
And el ami it. dear fi It mis. pause
a moment! Look down Into the bottom
of your hearts and you know that It Is
aud iteinally true
was greeted by u congregation which J that the fcelflsh, self-seeking life Is not
filled every seat In the nave and lived on a high plane. Your heart
aisles. Ilevs. Canon Mackintosh, Wey-1 knows In Its quid depths that the beat
WATERHOUSE & PODMORE. 39 S.
King St. cor. Bethel, nro offering:
COTTAGE of 4 rooms nt W'alklkl.
RESIDENCE of Fred. T. P. Water
house, Wylllo St.. Nuuanu Valley,
near the Rapid Transit Terminus.
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Columbia Bar-Lock Typewriters.
world Is crucified unto me, aud I unto
Among the hooks and pipers sent lo
me by n member of this eongiegatlon
on my election to Honolulu, was the
history of the Ilrst five jears' work
of the Anglican Church lu these Isl
ands. I'pon the cover appeared the ile
Ice of u St. Andrew's cross, with n
crown over It, the symbolism of tho
whole being Hummed up In.the woids.
"Ho Innnklla mu ke kca," or In Kn
gllsh, "Victory by the cross. ' Thcso
words have been In my mind and In
my li in t ever since the day on which
I read them. I want my first words to
you to he those that spring from the
Impressions those words made on me.
These words about the cross are
often very empty sayings. If tneic Is
one thing which men in tills generation
despise It la Insincerity words which
menu little or nothing to life. Thcio
ire iitonle who talk nhout the cross of
Hllo. Aug 8 Slnie hist .Mciiiib.v M,n Christ, nml Clulst savlnir men. ns If
rtnltory of Hawaii Is a smaller land ralvatlon .were n sort of necromancy
holder of from 25U0 to 3000 acres and wrought by the crucified Jesus.
110 citizens nie the possessors of home-1 If tlielo Is one thing more thun mi
sleads. Und Agent B. I). Ilaldwln hnd other which men should get burned
Ills hands full nt his office In cralng for luto their minds and touts It Is that vlc
the ciowd of applicants which besleg- tory by the cross has meaning only
fll Ills door, eager to become uwilnm r uliin life In lirni.L'l.. III ilfi-rro lulu
Ola nnd Puna land. .ii, .m-iiKine of what the i-uiss Htniids I
mouth, Kltcat and Ault, together with manhood.
Jiev. Arthur Kvuns of I.os Angeles, oc
cupied the Malls. The sermon by the
Ulshop was as follows:
Galatans vl:14: "Hut God forbid high principle, forsplrltu.il purpose
mat i snouiu glory save In the cross u." Take the question Into the affairs of
our Lord Jesus Christ by whom tho our country. What of tne sclf-scocklns
quiet depths Unit the bent
the noblest womunhood.
comes not by following the iiroraDtlnus
of the physical iiml Intellectual, but by
glad sacrlllce of these for tiuth. for
SELLING PUBLIC LAND
a whole or in part. Second cottage
south of Lunulllo, opp Hackfcld St.
politician? What of thoe whose Idea
of the countiy Is to make something
out of It' Does that life commend Itself
to you' Hut how your heart thrills as
you hear of some soldier who goc3 cool
ly lo.ilmost certain death for his conn
tiy, or who gues to a plague-stricken
eltv und loses his life that lie may
svae life. What Inspiration we gain
irom the lives of men llk- Washing
ton and Lincoln. In whom the sacrifi
cial spirit lelgned who. In their un
selfish lives, lifted them up and still
lift them up, uplifting them to some
little of their own spirit. Or In the
nlstory of these Islands, good Queen
Emma was so called because of her
life of unselfishness Or take It In
home life. How much of son on aud
uiilinpplnesH, of the In inking of family
ties, comes fiom those who must have
their way or their rights, leal or Ima
gined, und who are unwilling to sacri
fice. Why, dear i lends, we know, you and
I, (lint peace mid happiness In the home
spring fiom each seeking to sacrifice
for each. How well we know In our
heuits of hearts that Jov true reel.
lasting Joy comes fiom crucifying
teir, putting aside one's self, In fact
living by the measure of the cross II
you und I look back anil find Insplra
FOR RENT House on slopes of
Punchbowl, four bed rooms, mosqui
to proof; electric lights, barn anil
.. . .. . ... .. .. i ... . .. . i
..r.iiiiiM niiiiriur. .. ,i ., i-,,.... ,1 v i in. niiiuHtiA.i .t.i. .... ... .. . ....
'' I-!8 ' TUrZ:lZ anyf,.-.. Tlt'Vr,. ami not" TJTZZX
FOR RENT-Mo., desirable cottage In ZoZrU orl!''"'1 '-""--o KI...I, .,..,1 mean, victory ..' fot'Z. wide h VZ Z I
rltvr f. r,mm m-nii ... ...... . . wl1.". n cllalr "ml rol1 or iJi.igu- gained by a life vvlileh has taken unto wh. .,.,,i ,in.,i.,n i,.. ....
.:;..;.::"." o" :.:r.r. z,"e MU "lms''f 'i" t iiaidwm-a itself .i n.ei,t ..,.t. . ilknir m . . .. : .::. ?... -"" -"
" m : z:nMa " the, "r,""", ,w "- -..-nf;.:'o,e.; sacXe :R:
unde-by,1sZr:igJ. " " ,0"" r "r.r.K .- " ri mM- ? -.-,, , ei ,,, .h."tliu
FOR RENT-Six room cottage, ser, ':-;::-' '-five rods with a U ' Hb, lUd! the TZuHTTV.
ants' nunrterK nml nlrn Dmiii. i . ""' """ "' iwiipie waitiiig for tlm uoil.i ....., i,.f,. . i. . . " "' !
nalilo St. ne.ir lr.n.i,nin ii, ,',!, ,i,, books to open Monday morning i ,., ..n-,,,,!, .,... .i i. . .. , ., . '
Inv.m..n, e- t i ,.,.,.. ,T," " I Tho Hawallans were In the malnniv .... ," .7..',. " .' '"'.'."', "" '- ,uKc ' '" business It Is not as a
.""' ",U(" nlthomrli nil ,..i.i ...... .7.' ." '.'' ""' "" ' '""" " """' "' V'wi "
iiiiitl . ---- ui-ni' rnus to rise
lepresented Kiirly Mondav mornlm; . ......
ho had, all he was for Jesus Christ It I
was he who had written but a shnit'
time before his death. "I have fought
a good fight; I have kept the faith.'
uenceiortn there Is laid up for me a
crown of righteousness, a crown.' he
says, "not for me only, but for nit
those who love Ills nppearlng'
And we know, you and I, that tlin
only real victory Is this victory over
self, tho world, sin and death It is
the victorious life here and now Men
recognize It ns never before. It wins
them when nothing else will. How
many men were won to Jesus Christ
by argument? Men try to show Jesus
Christ to others sometimes by means! J. M' DAVIDSON Attorney-at-Law;
KELLETT A RODIN80N Attorneys-at-Law;
Rooms 11 and 12, Magoon
bldg.; 'Phone Main 153.
F. M. DROOK8--Attorney; rooms 9-10,
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARL08 A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
humanu St.; Tel. i81 Mala
NEARLY new modem Groom cottage lllere appeared on the scene thosol ',
with bath, electric lights Apply 1400 ho wanted land but who hud not fig. ,,,. ' , "" (l" n" ""'"' l,v he eioss?
Umma St. 2214-lvv '?d on butting Into such a string of . " ' ror '" llrc P"plc
oy in sun like
Or tuke it In business
rule that tin- li.inl noiiiuii ,.r. ,.!.,,
to the measure of tUo',nuu ,ejll, BUl,eccls Solomo'n said long
ago The liberal heart shall grow fat."
nml It is the mail who looks nfter the
welfaie anil Interests of those who toll
competltoih rumy prices were offered """' '" ' scimetlilng Instead of glv- " Mm who teally succeeds. Audit
he line. 'Ihe , ? . "B u" uel J"u
'" utT Airy mosquito proof suite, for advanced nositlnns in n. ii.,.. i. '" ""'"thing ale ever iciidy to look lb" mere selfish life Is it success as a
rurnsiied; board If desired. 144 Ilei. n,an tti, aln,inl on e ,. ',.,., "I'un the cross ns assuring them e- nieie mattei of dollais and cents. What
etanla Ave, near 1 ort. 2207 tt Thursday night sold his place at the t'"",,,"ll f'"' something. Ho eudiired a falluie such a life Is. How It ,feocs
FOR RENT-Room 308 Judd building. liead of ,hp llne fo1 "' The pin- ''" ,l,'" I01',118' "',, Bn- As n '"a-1 "'l1 ,a- an,'1 11at!, n fc"fie of Uu"'S
Apply room 309. 2199 1' clllu,er 'ured a good 40-.icie tract In ..' ',t's"H ,"'1 "ot UI1(1,"e the tilled Its divine purpose
11 i ilJJU Puna and Is glad of his barulgn. while tr08S t,mt 50u nml ' n,,l'n' " " by sacililclnl life life by the meis-
LILIHA ST. $15 house, 5 r. and bath. Hie early riser Is happy over his easy i nnd fc't't konlellll"K- He enduied the ' "r'' f the cross a falluie? If wo Judge
F. J. Ilussell, Magoon bldg. 219SH $100 per day. jcross for us, that wo might have ex-by natural standards, sometimes it Is
...' ; 1 In the whole allotment onfy one per- am,l j11"1 i'er und grace ourselves It may not amass a pile of gold. It
TO LET Cottages, all modern im- son took under iii r.i m,r i..uo ti, ,0 work 't In our lives nil that tlm inay lose something in the struculp for
ilMvamnnlai tin mn a l . . m nrnu.. ..n...l.. m . i . . .....
k.-.vvu.o, ,v iu .u. ivpiuy co right of ntirr huse lease nm Hie f.icr. """ " ior anu come to be at one Position. In fact, vt hat was the I to ot
in uouso auove .Mor-,tB method. Tribune.
A. O. Cunba,
FOR RENT -Two elegant suites ct
rooms, suitable for office or living.
Metropole bldg., Alakea St. Apply
iionoiuiu investment Co., Ltd., Judd
ihe cross was tho supreme manifes
tation of sacrlflclul love, its victory
lay In that. Victory by the cross means
to us the spirit of sacrifice ou in ,.,,
f- 1.1..1 . ":-
August 8. The coronet's Jury , i'nose, ror prluciplc, for
""" I'lcusure, our own
HELD FOR MURDER
2201 tf slt""K I" the ease of the Japanese, Mu
uiiuuene. .1111 ..,., - ""
tohlro Kltaio. who wn irmn.i .I..-..I I .""" mlr ow" ProHt, our own ambl.
n h .. . - --- - - eirt,, ..- in ..
iu Lti-iiooms iMos. 11 nnd 12. Mc- with his throat cut. on the evening of .. ,' " """ '" lnal so "o highest
Intyre Building, formerly occupied J"'' 2.1th, returned a verdict Mondiy
by Vlckery's Art Exhibit Apply to'"'11 aftt''" an almost continuous bcm-
K. F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.'s. jslon Ias,lnK nine days. Tho veidlct Is
2117-tf t,lat 'leceased was murdered by Wata-
naiie .viasajt and Kunnkoshl Jatsagoio,
O LET Roomy bath tnb, with either 'Tho nllct also names bIx other Jai
hot or cold water anu all modern nneso Including two women as ucces-
luiproyemonis. -ail at Bllent Bar-Tories before tho fact.
TO LET Furnished rooms nt Mrs.
MrConners. Harden Ine 2055-tf
ROOM AfVD BOARD.
HELEN'8 COURT Most centrally lo
cated mosqulto-proof rooms In town;
12.50 and up per week; Adams lane.
Mtb. J. Duggan, Prop.
NO. 1. RICE STRAW
FOR 8ALE OR EXCHANGE No. 1
rlco Btraw for sale, or will oxchango
for stable manuro Enquire Qouug
Sing Loy or at plantation Mollllll.
019tf The verdict In full la ns fnll.ma
"An Inquisition tnken nt Hllo, Sou'h
Hllo, Island of Hawaii, on the 4th day
of August, In the year 1902, before) I..
A Andrews, one of the coroners of
said Island, upon the body of Motohl-
ro KItnro (Japanese) there lying dead,
by tho oaths of the Jurors whoso
names are hereunto subscribed, who,
being sworn to Inquire when, how and
by what means the said Motohlro Kl-
taro came to his death, upon their
oaths do say that the said Motohlro
Kltaru came to bis death at HIV.
South Hllo. Island and Territory nf
Hawaii on July 25th, 1902, between 0
p. in nnd 7 p. ra by being stabbed In
the neck by a knife.
"That tho said deceased was mur
dered by Watanabo MasaJI and Puna
the last and tho eternal niav he wnrke.1
out In us.
Jesus? He setting out to do His Path
er's will, finds Himself without n place
to lay Ills head. He taught the Truth
and Ills relatives wished to call him
off ns a madman. He spoke openly
against public sins nnd tho authorities
hounded Him to death. Was Ills life
of a sledge hammer, ns it wem. Tlmv
seek to pound It Into them. It Is by
the life of the cross In some one .hat
persuislon comes to us. What did that
Infidel say recently who came to ho
confirmed by the Bishop of Loudon?
What argument had convinced him
that Jesus Christ was the truth? It
was, he said, this. "I could never ex
plain the gentleness the love, the sac
rifice of my mother's life upon any
natural theory. I was led, by dwelling
upon her life, to know the life of Jesus
Christ" And If you go back you will
find that what Influenced you was
some life ot mother, teacher, friend,
who was trying prayerfully to 3aln
victory by the spirit of the cross. nd
If you yourself want to know the vic
torious life. It will not come from try
ing to And God In the study of rocks or
stars or In criticism ot the text ot thej
Bible. It will not be In hooks, hut In
the life ot Jesus Christ. It will not be
In opeculitlng about Christ. It will be
by trying to be like Him. When Lady
Henry Somerset, walking in the gir
den. was debating about Christ, she
heard a voice, saying. "Strive to 'ie
like Him and you shall know Hliu,"
and in the striving to do His will she
loarned that He was of God. Or Geo.
John Romanes, who struggled along
with his science, being the pupil and
menu of Darwin, and one of the bright
est scientists of his day It was he
who began lo try to live as Je3iis
Carlst would have him, to crucify hi
pruie prejudice, passion aud then.
when Canon Gore administered the
holy communion lo him he sang.
Lord, now lettest Thou Thy seivant
depart In peace according to Thy word.
ror mine eyes have seen Thy salva
Victory by the cross Yes, men und
women lecognlze ns never before de
spite apparent selfishness nnd greed.
What are all these monuments In
large cities to go down nnd left men
up? What Is all this philanthropy,
those munificent gifts, this Indignation
with cruelty nnd wiong. It Is the leav
ening spirit of the cross lu society.
Hut, men say, "Yes; but lu national life
It will not do; there victory Is to the
strong to those with tho laigest bat
tallons Is It so? Temporary victory
sometimes, yes. Permanent stable
victory no A nation taking the svvcud
anl trusting In the sword parishes by
the sword The path of vlctoiy Is
stiewn with the wreck of nations
which prove what I say. Kldd In his
bud. on Social Evolution proves this
fact. Aggiesslon for powei s sake may
gain wealth nnd teirltory. but It has n
it the seeds of decay The two gieat
,ua-lo hanon nations whatever may
bu said ale gieat today because they
sicrltlce blood and treasuie aud labor
to the sense of lesponslblllty In In
dla Bilialn need not have had In mind
the betterment of conditions, the ie
moval of causes of famine, the stamp
ing out of pestilence, but has. lu
Egyiit she might have been a second
Turk but she has not been and lu our
ov.n nation, whatever may be said, ev
ery man knows that the Spanish war
began with the highest and holiest of
purposes. Blood nnd treasuie weie to
be alcrlflecd to relieve fellow n,n
from wrong, crillty and nnnraulnm
and the Philippine Islands, whleh nonet
of us wanted, aro seeing In them still
the sacrifice of men and money that a
people may bo taught and lifted up.
And sacrifice Is never In vain, r.-
Sland In the beginning of the last een
109 Kaahumanu St.
MeDONALD & LANGSTON Contract
ors and Builders; 1U8 Union St.
C, A. COWAN 1186 Union St., opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Sprechels bldg.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & 8UPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Beretanla near Fort St.
THl' KA3H CO., LTD. Two stores
23 2? Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.8. Cor. Ber
etanla and Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotel
Sts.; Gas administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TAN NATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office, room 4,
Sprockets Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ave.; Tel Main 132.
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon,' 1024 Bereta
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
all occasions. Leave orders Berg
strom Music Co.; J. S. Ellis, Mgr.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string instru
ments; studio, Lovo bldg.. Fort St.
Telephone Main 231.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
TJio latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.: Tel. 2R4 Main.
ANTONE PILARE8 A CO. Plumbert
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sower connections a
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
Tel. Blue 1862.
DR. 8LOGGETT Eye, Ear, Nose and
Thoat; office at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. WM. G. ROGERS Eye. Ear, Nose
and Throat; 1146 Alakea St.
REAL ESVA'I E.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH Real .Estate
bandied to best advantage; houses
rented; loans negotiated; money la
vested oa best securities. 32 Camp
bell Blcck, 316 Fort street.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St.. nr. Nu
uanu. Felt, straw, panama hats
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
Btnmplng; room 2. Elite bldg.
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
palrlne; Elks bldg, 616 Miller St.
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
8UGAR ESTATE8, MAGNIFICENT
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY- SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
Bethel St., opp. Waverloy blk.; Tel.
621 Blue: pkgs. called for and del'd.
HARNESS AND 8ADDLERY.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
8t opp. Club Stables: P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposite Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot nnd cold water;
flrst-c.ass tablo board, Mrs. Hana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 530 Tort SL; Lovo
bldg.; latest In novelties.
SL nr Hotel.; Tel.
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL Lovo bids.,
will hold summer term during Julv
nnd August. , 2200 tf
'OLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield,
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
Knot's studio; Tel. M. 231.
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
G. H. DUNN Express and drayage;
Agt Wilder and Inter-Island.Tel. 113.
BISMARCK STABLES CO, LTD.
Wnlluku Maul. New vehicles, live
stock. Prices reasonable. Cap
rlages attend arrival nnd departure
or all regular steamers at Kahul.il
and Maalaca Bay.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Ele
gant turnouts; Telephono No. 126.
t GENERAL 8TORES.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber, Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. C. n.
WAILUKU HOTEL Wnlluku. deo.
B. Schraeder, prop. Flno grounds
and best accommodations, 2.00 pr
G. H. DUNN Notary Public. Convey,
ancos, Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office Government bldg
church was n small body for the n
i no. in
loao, When sho declnrn. ....... i.i . .,.. ......
.hat every baptized member of ho ,' 7" .T "'" ? ' . "
of the mission- us. If victory by the cioss Is taken to
began to sacri- bo our hearts' purpose, then the vlcto-
step. It began at Bethlehem unci cul
minated at Calvary. Was It a failure?
The rtnmann eertnlnlv thouuTit so in
It means, dOPS the cross nml client-.- thntr .nnenmntitntm tillv. U'nii Ie .1
by It, tho patient bearings of mlsunder- failure? The Jews wero sure of It nnd
standings, silence under reviling, and exulted over It. Tho Greeks' smiled at
Hearing misunderstandings and abuses the folly of It ull. Was It n failure?
und Injuries with a forgiving heart, Tho crosses on tho spires of the
seeking to help and bless thoso who Bin ! churches of Christendom proclaim that
His life was the victorious life. The
greatest, tho best, tho wisest men In
the world, past or present, Bee In Him
tho Great Victor and agnostics, rover
em men vying with Cln Ibtlans, pro-
In fact, victory by the cross means
victory In exactly the opposite dliec
tlon In which the natural mnn seeks It.
That Is why to tho Roman tho cross
nuo juuiiniiiii-BS. ii 3 mea wan llinl nriiln in ulll, D,.n .. I. .... .. in ..-
,, , . ", ...... ...,,..,, i.oiia nil, null- uu
ho natural man of today. He could surpassed," or with Strauss, who says:
think of no way in which to obtain vie-1 "The moe.in... .. ...!... ,i.
tory but by striking down an oniionent.nii.n,ni,rn,inn. ,'i.i... ... i ' ....
by crushing nn adversary, by overcom- nlshes the germ out of which has
.ub ., u,ui sirengtn or nis muscle grown all that we call humanity."
of the cunning of his brain The Ideal Hut we need not go to others. Your
of victory by patient endurance, by hearts. In the moment when passion Is
forgiveness, was ridiculous, preposter- ealm and when tho world Is still, know
ous. And so today tho man who dwells that Jesus is King of men-tho One
upon tho physical or mental rather who wrought victory by tho cross-tha
than tho snlrltiial looks fni- vlrimv in.. ..... ....... . ... .. ...
.,. . , , :. ; ' i wiie wnu oiiuweii tnni ins mo wus ino
pushing back. In ciushlng, those who tine, eternal life by Ills rising from
dim-, ui tuuou vtuu UIU CUIlipi'UIUlS, tll6 tld
a failure? The cross marked Its every 'urJ' liau a most corrupt government.
i-nme .vnnisters rarmlng out tho re
funding of the national debt to fivm-.
Itcs Her sacrifice for her chlldien.
the colonies and dependencies, has in
developing sense of lesponslblllty, pu
rified the whole political mass and that
the same will ba the case In tho Unit,
ed States Is not to be doubted, for al
ready a Talt and a Wood have arisen
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It looks for victory In tho blow that tni,! mlllleine. lmw. rnnn.i in m. ,.
koshl Tatsugoro, and that Seo Irhl """ i1-'- ' 10 "orK ""all pie Inspliiitli.u and help, love and llfo
turo, Taka Seo (w). Kane Funakoshl '" 't with Its Intellectual skill or lm,i uuory 'I hey have learned to
(w), IshlJIma Matzutaro, Hayashl IWUUC1, '' .om. It looks for vie- ,.0,y not i hl ir.K(.0kng ambition of
Tetsu. Kobatakl Toyotuchl, and other ' ,'. "" " "'" ''"''' "ol "y SJUI""'
persons unknown to the Jury aie ac
cessories before the fact "Tribune.
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nut by patient beating, not by gentle
uess und love and forgiveness.
1 know that men will say ut once
something like this, "Yes, It is all veiy
well to talk. It Is ull veiy well to
nut into, urn it on ....ii; iu n j iu ir.irlircl hack lo
ii y oil uusiiicBH un uiiTu imncipiea noblo men frciiu
we should fall ou cant know much
about the world if you think wc can
struggle fin wi ill Ii or place, but In
gentleness pule me, lovo and saciiflcc.
Now wo mull island In n measure
what SI Paul means In the text. Ho
had much In which ho could glory.
Ho hud a descent from i lino which
the best of the
which ho spuing;
for tlte needsft and men are asking not
wuui can we make out of these Orient
ni people, but what can we give to
them This will react tor good .ipon
the whole body politic It Is sacrlfico
which makes a nation sliong and
which gives it life and petmanency.
Aud In the church how this t
shown. Its days of gieed for wealth
and power have been Its evil days.
Wealth ami true snliltuai nnum- ..,.i,i
i . .. . "-"
come ny sacrime but thero have
been days when powei was hv ennretnn
and wealth by ta'ng advantage or Ig
noiant fears, and Imuad of sttengtU
lul "c-mwiess anu ioaa The most
evil days In the Chun h 0f England
mo uiusu in which tb
TZ& : 2 5- s!?KS3Z S
And now, ,ioar friends if nr, . . """nice. The visible unlvcraa
make this diutc 5, o ,, 8 " ZZ fnT Lu"" T?,? B'B" of ",0 Qoi "'J
good In these Islands. It will not U, Z f CS f. "' poer Bml Mom ""''
any dependence Zn 1 I ln'nZ lovo Bn'1 " The Incai nation Is the
hlstory.'nor lanTrnmn Z.IJ' 8""r? "P"'""' manifestation of It.
Uons. no, a pride In the Incom .ab I cod The" cross U .hiVuVmlnlo'0
lltuigy, nor satisfaction In the ancient I this tlm. u n,ili . ? .n"?n vt
Saints. Is to conte,,,! for i, i. i..... ..' IT' .... '" lu0 ',arlB" CC' which I
Life Is the nri.Min.nnt tlm. ...fi. ' I ,."' "' ctnlral cttBt wlll,Iow I" " oau-
I.I Innli. .- U"" . .'."" !"' V ,0
Wliat It means to neb nr,.T, ",.", "r'"." ,or.."e", T"" ""foro
ly Bcele victory byhec- "' ."' ''f, "1" f,.1"'0" cd ':or"- My eye
asking omselves not what ,v rt " " :"A "..:"" "anu.8 ,"mt'u We
...... i huml'vii ino inrco fingers of tho
right hand wero by tho artist raised 'o
convey tho Idea of Ills blessing those
who wero ut the foot of tho cross I
seemed to hear, then, thoso words, "Ho
lanaklln ma ko keu." Victory by the
cross. He thou faithful unto death and
I will glvo theo a crown or llfo. Yes,
that Is the crown, life here, rich, froe."
aai lire, life
piejudlce or even my rights prompt
mo lo say or do. It means asking of
Jesus Clulst ns we bring our thoughts
to Him, "What will Thou havo mo t
do?" and then trying to do what Ho
would have us uo. What glorious work
lies belOlO 119 .19 wo Inl.m. ........1. .,
uiose in winch the bishons w..,0.i. i. .,.. '7...7 ,., ". '"?"""- "
as in nces. with ,!, ..:..", I .-.." "'". '"""u " '"" missionary
equipages. The . . ay of . rZ b . f "' "!l T .h".e. ."W '-' ""- Uui, , her0 ,,
nn UMll.anrv.An .. .. . . "", "V.U IU lis
.. "miiwiuiii; iji ijinril lint t n '
r fm Ii ntwl Cah, 1 I
vwwv... UMM iUUt, mil CHI inn.nnl.' . .1.1-1. ... .
rhru? WhIch t0 bnns ut UB- (Iear ''lends, make tnla llfo
"S1 n m? t0 Clulst. Hours; lot u. try. and Ood H hiin", -
Or n Sehvjn or a Patteson uiin , -V ' 2! " ' n , , l ,s aa " aIua'8 as meant through His church at eicrr won an!
magnificent gifts n b"S S d 'tl ft'. 2? mes"'.:, " alld llrtwy aD" sha
to wo ik In the Islands of the I'min- 1 ". 7 ... "8: " tlt,ui of the "Mt ours.
louse of uod that
itch Interesting ne-1 In tho evonliiK. Hishon llest.irM, .
iiaveising nis clloce an.l n li-.,,,,0.
or Whipple, whose en low meats of he
.,..v..,.-.u ., , ,,,. saciaiebags.
nti.l I.., .. . . . .
a and Ills church' it i. .1,., -... ...7.7: .. .V." .. '" "-'"l. gionoin
. . . a mtt suu uuu Lin 11 iz 111 1 11 11 11 inn iti-nnt inn.. ir
- " " hiiui i iLiury WTtn
Ills tab ins, bis education, his at
tainments Hut while ho vulued
these, wus tempted to mention them,
I'liat which brought the imii-,1 7 '. 7 7, , ."'" '
church lite, whleb .,,. I, W"L' """ catlledlal of 8
and thrilled the ,,,, ." ,,' ' ,- ' , ,' Cfl , TV T "
speaking Chil.tUn, ,'," 1 .bo .? 8lle1' '"at
(tl.l ...,l. e 1 ...
Bunrliim. " " -'"" " , oesi mat we ca
-"'"-- F....A 1 .. . .
III tho United State, m ism ,1, . . , cosl,y n"" beu'"'"y fur-"e-
in 1S30 tlie nlshed homes nud God's houso be bar
1, n"'111eacrl,icle-8l",ll I0""1611 ,h0 "ul" St- ClementJ. Cha
It shall have In It tin j pel. whore he was mot by niiother
n give; that we shall largo congregation Rev. .inhn ...
iuiku cuiiKrogntion uev. John IN
home, rector of St, Clement's. aim.,i
..... T.l, . .. , -..
iuu uiBuop in me services.
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