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EVENHMJ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, DEC. 22, 1908.
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San Rafael Pastor Informs
His hock On
IMauile Oile)l, the girl with the perfect figure., who captured the $10,000.
beauty medal 'In London, In croatliig.a sensation. In New York by
posing In a, vaudeville act. She U twenty-four years old and, Is an,
example of what exercise and plain living will do for the 'average
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NO NEWS OF CHANGE
IN HARBOR PLANS
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILD1NO.
Nothing Of Narrow
That tho minimum width of the
shlp-cliannol at I'carl Harbor will hu
300 feet Instead of C00 feet, as called ,
for In, the original specifications, is
the gist of a ropor.t that was current
this .morning. Robert Atkinson, of
tho Hawaiian Dredging Company
said 'this morning that no informa
tion pi any such change had reached
him, though he was not prepared to
deny that such, might be the case.
I'endlng the receipt of official In
formation, cither by the Hawaiian
Dredging Company, or by tho Naval
authorities hero, the exact state of
affairs', must remain more or less in
That the bids published are based
on a channel COO fcet.in width Is ev
idenced by tho specification's embod
ied in the tender of one ot the bid
ders. Whether u change In 'plana
was made through private agreement
after. the contract was let or' not, tho
Hawaiian Dredging Company's offi
cials hero will bq "unable, to say until
IhojvJiear from Washington prob-.
iil)y by the next mall, :
A ado-foot' channel twould,' It Is
said,, be wide enough' fOr'all ordinary
purposes at l'enrl Harbor., There are
beveral places where tho channel now
Is considerably wider and1 is fdlly
thirty-live feet deep, so, there would
be enough places where, ships could
pass wcro such n think ' necessary.
Navigators say that two.' battleships
might even pnss in a 300'foot chan
nel, though the maneuver would, bo
However, atf tho channel will not
be toituous, It Is not likely, under or
dinary conditions, thnt two vessels of
large steo will ever bo forced to pass,
(t Is pointed out that the great ad
vantage' of n 600-foot channel would
come In tlmd of war. A channel but
300 feet wide might bg blocked by
the' sinking ot nn obi vessel in tho
mouth: It Is claimed that such n pro
ceeding would be almost Impossible
lu n channel of double that width.
THE COLLIER MATIHLDE arrived
hero at 8 o'clock, mis' morning from
Nowc'astlp,Au3tralla, with a cargo of
coal. Kalth weather was encountered
throughout tlio trip, which wns devoid
of incident. The ship Is commanded
by Captain KJarland.
Judge John Garbcr dies at his
homo In Clnremont, surrounded by
...family, s i
I CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE .COLLARS I
I li cents- J for, 'Ji cents. ; I
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SOME MAXIMS OF 4
REV. J. W. SIMMONS -t-
I believe In advertlilng the pul- t
hive concluded that the church -f
It a builnesi and must be ad-
But advertising only brings peo- -f
pie to the church then you -
4 have to deliver the goods.
No matt erhow much good music
or how much social life you
have, you will not make a con-
4 vrt unless you rch him by 4
meant of tht pulpit.
vSan Rafael, Dec 13. That through
newspaper advertising straying souls
may bo brought back to Christianity
Is Die firm belief of Rov. J. W. -Simmons,
pastor of 'the Methodist Epis
copal church of San Rafael, and cour
ugeously has tho clergyman put his
theory Into practice during tho two
months of. his pastorate. In Marin conn
ty. Moreover, ho declares that tho
value ot his Idea has been practically
demonstrated, nnd that durlnff tho last
month he has occupied the pulpit, more
conversions have been mndo than
were recorded In a year's time before.
When Rev. Mr. Simmons arrived
here two months ago, he almost Im
mediately began to appeal to tho peo-
.lo by 'the use of newspaper space and
catchy lines. and articles. At first the
conservative membars of tho congre.
gatlon wero startled. But soon they
saw tho ofllcacy of tho unique metli
ods. New fnccB appeared lu tho pewu
lind now, members wcro enrolled. The
Dr. Simmons method was vindicated
Began Eight Years Ago
"Yen, I believe In advertising," said
the clergyman today. "I began using
advertising space eight years ago.
had studied advertising nnd knew iU
"In advertising for, tho church, how
ever, I nlwnyB, try. 'to bring out tho
great .central idea,, ot,Chrlst!anlty. it
Is wel enough to pdvortlsogood music
and Social life, 'but I bqllovo Irt adver
tising alsot. ho uUpt. For no matter
how much Eood music vou havo or how
much suclarilfe.yo'u will not' make a
convert unless you reach hint' by means
of the pulpit. Thereroro without the
pulpit tho rest Is useless;
Business. of any, kind may get In a
rut,. Llkowim) th'o.,church. Us pastor
may be a good man, tho congregation
hard workers anil true believers, lint
they arc like, a businessman In tho rut,
turget and,' nettle down In their pews.
Then they will not advance
"1 have studied pn tlls and. havo con
cluded that ,tho cljurch Is a business,
too: It is' now necessary to. croato tbo
Iniprysslon that tho church is a busi
ness. I'oc no. matter, how energetic
you may bo, unless (he people are
ina'dejto' kuow that you are ullvu they
will not, come, to sc,o. Jt you are. t
"Before I .camo to San 'Rafael. 1
I lought spac In soma ncwspiiners, to
t-urry un my tuivuriisiiig cuuipuiiiii.
Audi met with flattering -micciss. At
Corning, whero I held, a pastorate,-1
used advertising, audi by that mean
carried on. a-' temperance' campaign.
The town .wont dry. 'and. Is dry' yet.
Then Deliver tht Goods
."Now, I want It understood," con
cluded the advertising minister, "that
advertising Is buta'paft'of. the wtirk.
Like the 'biisfnessmarij I And that it
only brhga people to your place "of
business. Then you haVe. to deliver
tho goods. Tin in the business for tho
Mastei1. My idea Is togct hold of tho
non-iellglonlsts and tlipso wfio pro
nominal Christians. Through It all,
lowover, tbero is 4 divide principle In
the. church 'that Is found, not 1 11 any
uther' business.' , .
"However," he flalshed with the
practical gleam of a wide awake busi
nessman In.hls eye, "I find that this
rmslnesslof. getting' people to surrender
to Jigsuu Chrlsl Involves the. same bus-'
luess tact and liardcomnion sonso as
are necessary ,. to ' rim a department
rMorb. .I'm working for- Christianity,
and it li'just.as'hard as ahy other oc
cupation, let, 1110 tell you." '
Following is one' ur tbo many little
f.ds which , Mr, Simmons uses' to carry
on Iib campaign:' '
Pows aro .yery 'orderly. They nover
find fault with tho preacher, snoro
when Ihcy go to sleep or leave before
the service fa oVer; blU they aro'-poor
iisieners, unu mey never say amen
or' get, convortcit.Ve prefer to preach
o ioiks upu in inore.ipiKS. 11 you nave
no church lidmo- we would like to havu
you 'como.to .ho', Methodist church.
Cpniu orico'; If.yoU llku It, coino twice.
If.yvU.do not llku.lt. coqie three times,
Wo belluva you ought'togo to. church
foinewligrj! and when the habit Is
formed y ill will, like It and It will do
,oii good. - Co., t, otho cliiirchof your,
viiuicu. 111 annual any cuurcn you will
ll'nd an. Inspiration to a better and a
happier life.- We have- a vacant scat
for you' u't ,t,h? Methogist'churcli and
yau cau have. It, free, of charge. Come
dud occupy U next Sunday nlght-froin
7:80'to 8:30. Conversions every' week,
flood. muBlc,.-.A.hnmellke-cliurc li.
J. V. SIMMONS, Pastor.
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Hulda Guild 537
Linda Arendt . .' -, 335
Katherine Benner . . .' 233
Thelma Olds ...:.. 159
Ethel Fernandez 116
Alice O'Connor .- 81
Thelma Murphy '.... 71
Eime Dainon ....,,..'. 69
Marjorie Sammons 1 . . .'".' 56
Edna Walden 52
Florence Gibb , 40
Alice Bailer 31
Mary Lindsay 30
Mamie Baker 15
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