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KVn.VINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. 11., MONDAY, JAN. 17, 1910.
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ai vtv iung oireti, uonoiuiu, Territory or Hawaii.
til; every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tuesday of eech week.
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Wdllncu R. Rtirrlnuton, - Editor
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ml I Editorial Rooms, - 185
Temperance Rives nature her full
play, and ennbles her to exert her-
.elf in nil her force ana vigor.
Judge Robinson lias the Idea of
March nml hi enemies beaten to a
lllg lliulher llllt has evidently lls
tpmd uttt'lilhel) lu the htlinhlu plea
of thu people
-JK Ilrnther Do Holt now ha ample
balking for writing all the plclur -
(Fiue dissenting opinion ho pleat.
Now, who wan It that told Judgo
Robinson to beware of the Idea of
March lest he should fall on thu of -
fleial knife mid lime Ills olllclal heart1
1- San li illicit o and San Diego wilt
' kindly not rttiunt Honolulu to take
"Guides. Th la ciiv has enough of Its
own without mixing In the wars of
' Judging from the preliminary ills-
liaiciies, nu iireai iiruain expects uiu
1. literals to win, but up to Sunday
night there was not a single return
that guaranteed It
Diogenes was not mote pleased
over Mailing an honest inan than is
Uncle Dave Wlthlugton with his no-dnrh-lanteru
policy ocr the success
of John T. De Dolt.
lf his distinguished predecessor'
were In thu Governors chair, we
should expect him to get mnd and
i abIi.ii 1. .it ti- 1-iu.ii- linu mtt t.uunlli.
'.. . ub., ..... .... v .. ...to ..wv ..0......
CSibeen one of that hind.
PM.; ......- .-
ir iff inert' ih no stun tiling mesu tiaja
v.w.ns taking n tiler In sugar Blocks.
fw... . . ... .... . ... .. . .. .
worm ttiniiiiions are Mien nun me
sugar Itnestor. like the torn farmer
and the wheat farmer, Is bound to
About once In so often, events
(prove that there must be something
I wiong with the bookkeeping sjstcni
'of tile Territory, that doesn't dis
cover lax methods of accounting till
they hitwt Income n hulilt.
Onu would hardly expect the Hon.
I.lojil George to say ati thing else
than declare Cieat Ilrllatn's ability
..tu wipe out the navy of Germany or
i nil) other nation that had the niatl-
"iicKs to attack the lliltish nation.
Mr. Tuft has apparently decided
j that Hawaii should be allowed to
.thresh out lis differences at home.
fcWind he, will accept what appears to
1 bo thu conclusion of the majority
leu dealing with strictly local
With two meetings a year, It Is
'(Impossible to senile the attendance
of all I lio members of the Hoard of
Public Instruction. If thu now sys
tem keeps on at this rule, there'll
Mion bu no Hoard of Public Instruc
tion. One Washington correspondent
says that some Republican Congicss
fnicn claim tho country Is moro in
Kneed of it reformation of the postal
service than of a shin subsidy. The
Rnvernen eltlzpti tintutvillv nalu w1v
jji'not give thu country both.
-' Still tliuto remains a circuit judgu
Bllln for bomeoiic. Hut the Dlekonu
J 1 of It will he that the candidates
fdoli't know whether to tie up to the
,-uuvuriior or ma ueiegato und tho
.One Sunday morning tho priest
lln a country pailsh was returning Ono of them said ten months; nn
Ifrom thu service when he chanced other one a jour; still another one
Bp see a little ghl whom ho had not Bald, two years.
Iseen at church, engaged In the pur-1
'suit of worldly pleasure nlavlmr
. j-- " -
li"J"" . or '"do and go Beek, or
'Bomothliig of thu wnt. At ahy rate, '
, Hiio was ureauing mo foiuiji com-
1,'ln righteous wrath he addressed
her: "Good morning, thou daughter
i of Satan. '
BASgpQuIck nu a Hash she Jumped up,
IBQniwle n low courtesy und answered:
viiooti morning, rainer."
T - I
A crowd of peoplo weio gatheietl
Iniaaiiooiu oneday discussing how
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JANUARY 17. 1910
Hnr Association, bIiico unniilmous en
dorbcmentB are impossible,
Should the coastwise shipping law
apply to the steamship Cleveland anil
Its large Hit of passengers, the Sec
retary of Cominerco and Labor has
the authority to remit the line, as ho
liar) always done In every case where
there wus good reason for bo doing.
Records show that from two thou-.!
iK.unl to tli ree tiiimsnnd neonlc nnt-
ronUe the public bathing beach at
' U'alKlkl ecr month In the )oar.
Could there be better return on tlio
jthlity thousand dollars or more In-
veiled by the city, than the health
and pleasure Rallied each je.tr by
, thirty thousand peoplo?
Reports from Kauai tell of an In
ciease In the capacity of the big Will-
nlha electric plant, extension of the
Kauai railway, success of cotton
planting experiments nlid great re-
turns for Japanese Biuall farmers nt
Kapaa. At this rate, Kau.il will be
the Hustling Island as well as the
garden spiit of Paradise. Willi Its
many siicauis nnu erilie ileitis, na-
ual offers u tremciidotis amount
opportunity if once let loose.
DELEGATE AND GOVERNOR,
There will be more or less dis
cussion of the nppotutments to tho
Judiciary from the standpoint of the
success of the Delegate's endorse
ment as against .that or tho Gov
ernor. The II u 1 1 u 1 1 n begs to suggest
that 'the Delegate has succeeded In
so far as he has represented commu
nity sentiment, and the Governor has
failed in so' far as ho did not bo
speak the conclusions of the people.
That Is about the long and the
short of it. And the moral Is, Hint
moil do well to keep In close touch
with the peoplo when In the public
AiipolntmontK marie by President
Tuft tti the liuiini ttinl nfTtffu In thn
Judiciary of this Territory tepicscnl
... .., . ..., ,
u distinct victory for the Peoplo ual1'10 'lr Association Is n good Judgo
against what had ull thu earmurks of m success or fnllure."
of n Hureaucracy.
Mr. Taft'a appointees, with the
exception of Mr. Robertson, are not
the men who had been selected by
local officialdom, Tho Governor un
questionably endorsed Robertbon nnd
Anderson, but had not publicly de
fined his position on tbo appointment
of Robinson. On one name at least
ho took Issue
with tho Har Assocla-l,ess
Hon and those
erence through petition.
Iho result wo believe to be en
tirely satisfactory, nnd will Insplro
confidence In the Judiciary of tho
Territory, whereas apologies nnd ex
planations would have been constant
ly necessary under what might be
termed tho buienucratlc plan of
Service, experience and superior
equipment hao won out against per
sonal piejudlce. Inexperience nnd
ROBERTSON U. S. JUDGE.
(Continued From Para 1.
Taft has nominated Robeitson. De
Holt and Robinson was haled with
general satisfaction around the Ju
diciary building nnd caused some
thing of n sensation at tho Capitol.
joiinc n child roul.i i. nn,i mil.-.
"A child I heard about talked
who,, n ... n,rU ....,,!,.. ..,.! ...,
- " "iiO i.iuiiti.o uiu, Drill!
one gentleman present.
"A certain mother had a very bIcIc
child, and fearing the woist sho
went to tho doclor nnd asked him If
he touhl do anything moru for tho
j-hllil. He ,ild. Nothing.' Tho
mother wiuiig her hands nnd ru-
piatotl, 'absolutely nothing, doctor?'
und ho answuied 'Absolutely noth-
"Then the child, tooklnc nu Into
their faces, said absolutely. iiothlnir.
- -" -M -i
While tiuvptlng tho Associated
Pi ess cablegram as antliorllathe and
final, Governor Frcar did nut care to
make any comment on the outcome
of the Judgeship campaign. That ho
wns surprised to hud that De Holt
Is nominated for tho Supremo bench
Was 'evident, but he did not caie to
make any observations on the out
The news that Governor Picar's
candidate, Hohb'lns II. Anderson, had
failed to gel the place on the Supreme
bench Immediately gavo rise to n '
number of rumors, tho most tangible
being that Chief Justice Hartwell
would resign forthwith and would
be shortly followed by Gocrnor
I'rear In quitting the onerous duties
of public life. I
Chief Justlco Hartwell admitted
that he wanted to resign In tho past,
but declared that he had no immedi
ate intention of doing so now.
"I have not used the influence of
my official position for or ngainst
any candidate," obscned thu Chief
Justice, mid lie then declared that
ho asked Cover nor I'rear to accept
his resignation both at tho tlmo that
ll.tllon retired and also when Wilder
quit the bench of the Supreme Court.
Hut the Chief Justice said that tho
Governor asked him to remain, and
accordingly he has continued his Ju
It was confidently believed by
ninny Territorial, officials that Gov
ernor Frears Indorsement of Hob-
bins II. Anderson would bo sufficient
to outweigh tho Indoisement tho liar
Association gave to De Holt and the
personal campaign that was being
waged In his Interests nt Washing
ton by Delegnte Kulilo. Hut It ap
pears otherwise, and none ara mora
surprised than the aforementioned
Judge De Dolt this morning ex
pressed the satisfaction he felt nt
the honor that has fallen upon him
and stated that tho result was morn
n credit to the liar Association than
"I never solicited this appoint
ment," said Judge Do liolt, "and dq
not know nil that was going on. 1
am nnturally pleased at tho mark of
confidence and am Indebted to my
A. G. M. Robertson was the recip
ient of congratulations from scores
of his friends during the morning.
Ills nomination by President Taft
for the Federal Court vacancy wub a
foregone conclusion when It becamo
known that Judge Dole had cabled
an Indorsement to Attorney-General
Wlckersham. The definite news,
however, was none the less welcome,
putting a final end to the Hood of
"1 am pleased with the news." said
Judgo Robertson, "and I am grato
ful to those who have urged my can
dldacy." Circuit Judge Robinson was rather
surprised that President Taft has
Bent his name to the Senate so long
before his present commission ex
pltcs. "I presume It Is because the Wash
ington authorities nre to act on the
vacancies nt one time," said Judge
Robinson, "and I am glad to find
Hint the President found that
past services on the bench wero of u
natuiv to warrant my reappoint-
ment. I have always tried to do my
, .... ... ...... a. .
"'" on llle ue"cn, nnu wiinK mni
THE INTi:R-ISLAND steamer Ke
nnliou has been placed on tho berth
to sail for Kauai ports at S o'clock
this evening. The vessel will carry
general lines of cargo.
Over 119.000.000 worth of god'ers ar'e favorlllt. nnd 10Be cll(Ircn
was produced In Alaska last year, to!m,n ,n n whnpn (h.v ,, nlrn ,
lhan M.000,000 worth of other
Water house Trust
Real Estate for Sale
A hargaln'nt Kulmukl, on Kloveiith
Avenue, J1G00. '
Lots In Kalmukl Park Tract, $400
each, on easy payments. Three
acres, cleared and fenced, In the Kal
mukl Tract, for $2G00, Acreage
property In Palolo Valley. ' v
Theso are a few of the opportuni
ties wo have to offor (or Investment
In rcul estate.
Fort and Merchant Streets
College Hill Lots
Atherton Road, 100x177 :.;. $840.00
Vancouver Highway, 100x160 , 040.00
McKinlcy Street, 15,000 square feet ..:....."".... 800.00
Atherton Road, 100x209 . 760.00
Jones Street, 100x202 800.00
Lanihuli Drive, 100x150 1040.00
Oahu Avenue, 119x150 1. 1200.00
Trent Trust Co., Xtd.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
TEACHERS TO GET INCREASE.
(Continued from Page l.J
of Public Instruction; Mrs. May T.
Wilcox, Honolulu;" John T. Molr, Hllo:
Worth O. Aiken, Maul.
It was suggested by Mrs. Wilcox
ihal rule C, ivhder1 the heading of
duties of assistant teachers, whereby
school lasts from 9 a. in. to 2 p. m. on
nil school dnys except on the last day
of tho school year, on which school
may bo closed nt noon, tho words at
tho "end of each term" bo substituted
In place of "the laBt day of Iho school
year." This was Btrongly opposed by
Mr. Molr and Mr. Aiken, although the
latter was In favor of closing school
on the last day of tho Christmas term
at noon. li
Faculty meetings are usually held
once n term, It wns suggested by Mr.
Aiken that an annual convention for
Territorial teactiers uo nem on me
''"V after Thanksgiving Day of each
lcn.r: J11'" ,la. ,J5iria."ir ?.?? "'"1
nun iiiHi'ii ii h ii iiiiiiiiuv ij v niiiiiLiim uiiii
illlU Ml ft VII UD 44 II VII I WU J UJ BIUHVUIO Mill
tcacllcr8 throughout the mainland, al
though It Is not one of tho authorized
Under tfie heading "Pupils," section
4, requiring each child to attend
Bchool In his uwu district, this mat
ter was left over for general discus
sion until the next meeting in July. At
tho present time many pupils are In
the habit of attending schoolVnot In
horno and where they consider they
are getting better Instruction than Is
If You Have a
List it with us. We have
some very good realty propo
sitions to offer you.
Come in and see us.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
" BETHEL STREET
The other islands are right at vour
door if you use
On Sunday the office is open from
8 to 10 a, m.
to bo had In the school of their own
In the matter of appointing a com
mittee of two members of the depart
ment to Investigate and report upon
tho Reform Schools for Doys and
Girls, Mr. Molr considered this an un
necessary expense. Tho monthly re
ports were quite sufficient In his esti
mation. Mr. Aiken and Mrs. Wilcox
thought otherwise, tho latter being
most emphatic In her wish to have
this special committee appointed con
sidering tho need for Investigation In
tho Girls' Reform school, j.
Ono of tho moBt Important topics
that has come up for discussion by the
members of tho Hoard or Public In
struction Is the matter of changing
tho salary schedule. That this sub
Ject will bo fully discussed before be
ing presented to tho Legislature wns
the unanimous desire of those present
at tho meeting this morning.
It was further suggested that com
mittees report not less than once a
month; that provision ho mado by
tho Superintendent when a quorum
cannot readily bo obtained; that the
department may adopt rules and reg
ulations not contrary to existing laws
for tho government of all teachers and
pupils. . The matter of affixing a seal
to ench appointment was held over
for discussion at the July meeting. Tho
SCCtlon relating to thn llnttea nt nrln.
clpaU In regard to vaccination,-whereby
u child must produce a certificate
Of VaCClliatlOn. Tlll rilln hn. I.nnn
stricken out as this has now become
As there oro now no truant 'officers,
police act as Biich to1 enforce tbo law
In regard to children attending school.
Reralrs to buildings' are now per
formed by tho county In which tho
school Is Bltuated. o stationery Is
supplied the children, only books are
furnished at cost price.
stores in the Uni
ted States . . . and Ivory
Soap on sale in more
than nine-tenths of them.
So, no matter where
you may be, you will
never have any difficul
ty in getting pure soap.
All you need do is
ask the grocer for Ivory
Soap. Nine times in ten,
he has it '
994frSo Per Cent. Pure
Out nt Ht tnativ fiFfrniilviitli-iiiu ritlw
ui us, tiiuti vifjnii.tm . .liar b.
resented among tho six hundred and
thirty-eight persons traveling around
uiu wuriu as inemuerB oi me uig f
Claiku touring party duo lo arrive nt
Honolulu by the Hamburg-America!
liner Cleveland on Sunday morning,
tho Masonic fraternity Is exceptionally
The secretary of tho pilgrimage
committee or tno uorlianj command
ery In Cortland, New .York, has sent
a list of the Knights Templar aboard
tho Cleveland. After thU list had
been mado out, however, there were
othei Knight booked for the trip
whose names did not come to the sec
retary. Tho list of tho secretary Is
as follows: Mrs. Geo. AJwnrd, South
Bend, Intl.; Dr. O. C. Barton, Minne
apolis, Minn.; Mrs. Uarton, Mrs. Oeo.
N. Baxter, Minneapolis, Minn.; D. F.
Hrown, Robinson. III.; D. C. Bryant,
M. D Omaha, Nebraska; Mrs. Bry
ant; Mr. and Mrs. James P. Buckle,
Plalnfleld. N. J.; J. O. Cloro. Harrison,
Ohio; Mr. nnd Mrs. Rufus Cone, Wich
ita. Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Con
liable. Keokuk lawn- I T nnni.nn
Columbus, Ohio; Dr. Bessie V. Cush-
man. iiKenan, mo.; Mr. and Mrs.
John P. Davidson, Wichita. Kansas;
Mrs. S. K. nnTlpr T.nwnll itn.. . TJ
J. Dlnsmnrc, Laconla; N.' H. B.' M.
nasiman, Mrs. Fred K. Eastman; Miss
Alice C. Eastman, Portland. Mo'inc,
V. C. Edmlston, Zancsvlllc, Ohli; I
II. Esclunan, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr.
und Mrs. L. D. Fnrman, Sandpolnt,
Hid.; J. P. Kelt Emporia Fla.
Harold R. Rlllntln Mlc rv,,.il...
Gillette, Cortland, N. V.; Mrs. Emiiitt
F. Ooodell; S. Farmlngton. Mass.,
Forrest Goodwin, Skowhegan, Maine;
Mrs Goodwin. Chan. A. rimv nin.......
tor, Mass.; Mrs. I. B. Hauna, (Junta
re, . m.; Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hulso.
Sheridan, Wyoming; Mr. nnd Mrs.
rlvd Jnrrntr r.lrhtnn.la nr r . r
Kelscy. Kelsey, Ohio; Frank M. Ken
ney, Olympla. Washington; Thos. L.
iA-e, Harrison, unio.
Mr and Mr3. JaniPR t.llmlinre rw.i.
crick Lumbers. Tnrnnin n.'n,.i...
John McfleOWn Allthnnv L-n.,l. !
Olio S. Mnbeo, Plymouth Wis.; H. Il'
Marklev. Ilotunl v w w m...
tlHHn 1-mnni.la !.-ln r- tt? rt' m.-
..'.': " " ' v- Max-
eu, unana. iNeb.; nev. and Mrs. W.
. ..nutur, Minneapolis. Jiinn.; Mrs.
Annie u Nevers. Coour d'AIene. Id
ir. anu Mrs. Richard Norval R. S
Norval. Jr.. Miss Leona B. Norval.
miss Mary Al Norval Seward Nebras-
ka: J. T. OinrRtrv.t nnnMnLA if-
Miss Leona II. Powers, Vncavltle Call:
..... mm mm. r. i. llODCrtB PlttBfleltl
MalV,Mrt. Pjiullnn A. Rose, Chicago,
III.; Lleut.-Col. E. B. Savago. Cievo-
7..-., V.U( ,,, ull, MrB, v-t u, yaw -
yer. 8kowheean M mi... t?h.i
ii'i, unio; air. onrt Mrs. F. O. Sntr.
rZJf u ncgan Me': J- a Schell.
fVur Evidence n'-r'u11 n 8T
lour, roviuenco. It. I.; Mrs. Carrie
bnawcross, Chicago III - Mrs. Edith
, -, r
Mrs. l. W. bhoxtlaln' Butte. Mont
Chas. G. Smith, Westhamnton L i"-
O. T Qln.. r? mi, r -! .
. . m.wm,, ucu. v atrong. parkern.
hurir W V. f. i a i... ..
P xr -" .. oiTung. ull City,'
a?.' I 1 ' "?.'' Mrs- Jo.8Ph L. Sweet,
Attlcboro- Mn.K- nnn r o... ...-.:
Attlcboro- Mass.; Oeo!
PoilEllkt'Piislr. M v .
,,.. .:... ". . ui
Wedcmcyer. Los Angeles Cal- j M
ward Werner. Bangor Pa Dr' M n
.v.isuer, wiikesuarro. Pa.; Mrs. A
Wi'r.?' Oy-ilMk Wn, Hi
.. , ll-MUCl,J nf (
(Continue,! from tin-.. .
In whose district the murder' took
Place, Is also working i,
He was notified by Deputy Rose and
Id f-ll tn..l . ...
" -""IB up a ciuo that may end
In the arrest of the murderer.
D. M. Klllilhnn n fa.n n
tlvc who Ives in the vicinity of Wati
ertown. Btatcd this morning tha ho
heard four or five shots Bred about 1
o clock last night. Mr. Kuplhea did
not know of tho m-udcr at Watertown
last night until he was told of u"rS
ns arrival In town this morning.
OF LAST YEAR
(Continued frnn. D . v
i, f, wn recorded, making a total of
-. ,or tne storm.
AlthOUEh It wn. I.IM..I.. .-1 .
terday evening, the thermometer did
.. .nu ueiow uu degrees. The high
est point reached was 71 degrees
yesterday afternoon ti,. i
ture today Is still low. but Indlca-
"""' nre I""' more steady weather
On February 12, 1909, the thor
mometer dropped to SO degrees, so
that yesterday's reading was by no
means the lowest on record w n.
not even the lowest recorded this
"ur' s on January C, 1910, It fell
to 00 decrees. Th... ... .. ...
1. "o noio no ex
tremes In temperature yesterday, 71
""' uemg mo nignest and 00 de
grees being the lowest.
The velocity nf tho ,in.i ...-
morning at 8 o'clock was 12 miles
mi iiour. At 3 p. m. yesterday the
velocity of the wind wn- . ,,...
on hour. This did not establish n
record for the jear to date, as on
Jutmary H, ISlOr-ns much as 32
miles an hour was recorded.
Little or no damage has apparent
ly been done by the storm. The
planting community fDii..
... u ivviiuk very
wen satisfied, as It means thousands
w. , l0 lem nn ,mg nsaure(1
un abundant water supply for rrj.
noting purposes. The streets of Ho
nolulu look clean, and tho drains
hayo been well flushed nnd the mos
quitoes seem to have beeu driven off
for the time being, ,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 238.
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I cannot praise it
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ness, ana a severe
Tmnnrl rinii rftRtnrpd
me to perfect
health and kept me
table. 1 will never be without this
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Anotber Operation Avoided.
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misery from female troubles, and my
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Thirty years of unparalleled suc
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ume of unsolicited testimony constant
ly pouring in proves conclusively that
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... ... ... ...
"e'oro a meeting wnicn pacKeti inu
""" iiapusi cntircn oi rortianii
Ore., Rev. J. Whltcomb llrougher, Hi
pastor, read his resignation. At the
conclusion of the roadlns-. them inn
scarcely a dry eye In the auditorium.
Many women sobbed nudlblv.
utf iiiougiier read his resignation
from the rostrum. As soon ns ho
had finished p retired from tho
room. The Prudential Committee
lvw,l ' ,lw riuuciuiui wuiuniHlUR
trhnn ni.iin itu ..n. A....A..t.... ,i.A
unanimous regret of Its members nt
. Dr" DrouBher, l'. "' recom-'
n.n.iino- ih. no..)nn . .i..
,"'" 2 ".."?""' 11' "T
o"u" IIB ICjJUli wus uuuut:u.
. llrouBher hn
to the pastorate of
tlo. Al...l. I T ..
Dr. llrougher has accented a call
the Temple l)np-
,a v,.mi.-i, m is ,iii,uii;s. nev.
r. 11.1...1 ....!.... . ...
.os Angeles. Rev.
" lwuc'1 nutuvnu wus lormeriy
pastor of this Immense church, whose
congregation numbered snmn r.nnn.
Owing to Ill-health. Dr. Iltirdettn re.
8,sncu ,nml ,s now '" Honolulu for
" coml,lote es )etor proceeding to
the Orient nnd around the world. Dr.
Uurdette has not completely severed
his connection with Ihe Temple Bap
tist church In Los Angeles, ns, by
unanimous acclamation, he was
elected pastor emeritus.
Dr. P. L. Henson, who Is now fill
ing the pulpit of Tpniplo Auditorium,
has been Invited to fill the First
Baptist pulpit In Pdrtland after Rev.
Dr. llrougher takes up his work In
Los Angeles on February 1. Dr.
HensOn will In all nrobabilltv be se
cured as permanent pastor of the
First" Baptist church of Portland.
Dr: and Mrs. Burdette were keen
spectators of the surfrldem vester.
day afternoon at Walklkl und seem
ed much pleased with this aquatic
sport. Owing to the Incessant rain
of the past few days, they have been
unnble to visit any of tho.show places
on the Island, but anticipate seeing
nil the wonders of Oahu after they
have settled down to housekeeping In
a cottage by the sea.
We have recently opened up
a new line of Mission" Style
Chafing Dishes with ebonized
handles and stands.
Artistic, harmonious and
rich in design.
Just the thine to keep your
house in readiness for chance
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,