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EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, SEPT. 18, 1911.
Next 8unday, September 24th, will
bo i)l)scrcl ' In ninny churches
throughout tlio United Slnlea nnd
Canada ns -I'llnlly Day" for what lias
come to bo known ns "The Men nnd
Religion Forward Movement." It Is
doubtful whether in tho history of
,Cbf Istlanlty jthcro has been undertak
en mien a mighty ChriHtlan campnlgn
to win tho men 'and boyn of n coun
try Into nlleglrf'nco to Jesus Christ.
Ninety of the leading cities of tho
country have been organized ench
with a cnmmlttco .of ono hundred of
tho IcmlltiK Christian laymen. 11c
glnnlng Sundny, September 21th, with
Itally Day and continuing , steadily
through tho winter months until
"Conservation Day" Sunday, April
l.'th, thoro will be held In Micro cities,
ono nftcr the other, eight-day cam
paigns In which a forco of a dozen of
tho nblcst religious leaders of tho
country will participate. Tho local
commlttco of one hundred will coop
er ito by going out In delegations and
Uniting near-by cities and aftcrwurds
by earning on tho work when tho
evangelistic party has passed on.
.; Honolulu is too far removed to bo
Included in thin circuit but a num
ber of our lending laymen Imvo de
termined to fall In lino nnd do what
enn bo dono to ercato u local interest
In this national mission To sound
tho key nolo tho regular morning ser
vice In this cliunh next Sunday will
bo devoted to this movement. Thoro
will bo four short nddrcssos on dif
ferent phases by four laymen who
hnvo had opportunity of giving spec
lal study to It. Ye hopo tho men of
tho church will manifest their Inter
eat by being prcsont In largo num
bers next Sunday morning, nnd In
vlting others to attend, especially tho
joung men nnd boys, of their ac
qunlntancc Central Union Church
tho preccdonco It brings them, tho
church creed Is n very convenient
thing, but on tho other hand, It keeps
mnny sincere pcoplo who would bo
excellent nnd conscientious workers
out of tho church merely bocauso of
tho fnct that they cannot bring them
selves to accept It ns n whole, ho de
clared. Itcv. Kbcrsolo mado n strong plea
for n larger Christianity, naming
faith, hopo nnd lovo ns the thrco
Tho offertory solo. "Tho Lost
Chord." wns given bv Miss Collals In
n highly acceptable manner. The
pipe-organ accompaniment added con
siderably to the beauty of this number.
Tho Hplphany Guild met at tho
residence of Mrs A R Clark, Twelfth
Avo, Knlmuki, nt 2 o'clock this af
In preparation for tho regular
autumn communion service nt tho
Ccntrnl Union church, tho standing
committee will be In tho church par
lor nt 7:30 o clock this evening to
meet nil those who dcslro to untto
with tho church at this tlmo, cither
by letter or confession of faith.
Tho Itcv. Klmcr Smith, of tho Moth'
odlst Episcopal church, concluded his
sermon scries on tho Lord's Pra)cr
last evening, taking ns his theme,
"Tho 0 rent Dclhcrancc." This was
tho seventh sermon In tho scries.
Tlio Christian Kndcavor Society of
tho Ccntrnl Union Church held Its
regular monthly song scrvlco at Lcnhl
Home yestcrdny afternoon.
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Off On Tangent.
Substantiating his Htatemcnt that
pcoplo of twentieth century America
are as prone to get oft on tnngonts In
matters relating to religion ns wero
tho people of tho first century Cor
inth, tho Roy. Amos A. Kbcrsolo, as
sistant pastor of Ccntrnl Union
church, who preached tho sermons
yestcrdny, declared last evening that
tho narrowness of church creeds Is
In Itself responsible, for much that
makes for tho hindrance rather than
tho development of church llfo. For
those peoplo who wish to bo nfllllnf-
till tho church merely because of
Tho regular meeting of the lllblo
Clnsa of tho first Methodist Kplsiopat
church Is announced for Wednesday
ovenlng nt 6:45 o'clock. Tho prayer
service will follow at 7:30 o'clock.
TO BE LEVELED
king street from Alapal to a point
whore It pikpch Thomas 8uuar will bo
leveled and placed in better condition
follow lag upon tho efforts of a squad
of riMil department omplo)cs who have
I ecu ret at work nn tlio Job this morn
Tlie imrfHin of the Mreet has bc-
conio ery uneven through wear and
tear of tralllc. In warm weather, oil
and macadam do not nlwavs form n
very htablo pax orient. The surface of
tills street has heconio Irregular nnd
for a considerable dlstanco tho road
way N so uneven that riding over It Is
far from being termed a Joyous one.
(Contlnutd from Pag I)
tho end of thin cnr. Thrco of Iho
ordinary Inspectors havo been start
ed out and the commission hopes to
bo nblo to sco tho waj clear to re
place them with other men for tho
Tho way In which tho military imps
arc being prupaicd In comprehensive
throughout. Tho Inspcc'nrs Utko tho
underwriters' map out with them on
their "boats" nnd carefully note down
ovory houso and outbuilding In Its
exact position. They also mark off
tho nature of tho Btirromidliig land
nnd In tho case of cultivation say
what It Is. These mips nro then
brought Into tho omoo and tho whole
Of tho details placed on n fresh inftp
from which bluo prints aro made.
These b no prints aro further divi
ded Into smillcr sections and ono Is
given to each man. Ho then takes
with him thrco printed sheets of ques
tions. Thcso cover everything from
tho general stato of tho houso right
down to tho smallest details. When
tho Inspectors hnvo tilled In their
smaller map's they will bo brought
in and placed on tho flnnl map. This
will then show Just cxactlj what
stato any pirtlcuar houso or part "of
that houso Is In and will ho the basis
for ttio work of tho sanitary com
mission In making up their final re
port. It Is a long Job but tho men hnvo
instructions to get It (hrough ns soon
as posslblo and already thcro are
four of tho first corrected underwrit
ers' maps nvallablo for them to dlv
Ido Into sections nnd get to work on.
When the last piece Is dono nnd tho
final big map complete! Honolulu will
havo tho most comploio record for
health purposes that It Is possible to
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I Honolulu Drug Co,
New Fall Goodsjby
Tcmpornturcs 6 a. in, 74; In. m,
77; 10 a. m , 78; noon, 80; morning
nnrometcr, 8 n. m, 30 01; almoin to
humidity, 8 n. m , C 077 grains per
cubic feet; rclntivo humidity, Sum,
CO per cent; dew point, 8 a m , 62.
Wind C a m , velocity 12, direction
K; 8 n m, velocity 11, direction N.
E ; 10 n m , velocity 1G, direction N.
U ; noon, velocity IS, direction E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8
n. m , .06 Inch.
LET THE SUN DO
Letting the Clold Dust Twins do) our
work li nil right, but It doct not como
up to letting (also forcing) Old Sol
bent jour wnter for you. Simplest
thing jnu ever neard of, still ono of
tho most Hclcntlllc. did 'Hoi stands
ready to do It for ou All ou want
li the apparatus, and thl Is supplied
I))' W, IJ Craw, who Iihs salesrooms
In Kmmcluth &. "o's store on King
There are In nebcin of advantages to
tho bouscwlso In paving lint water any
time she wants I:, nnd that without a
slnslo move on Iter part outsldo of
turning tho hot-water faucet. Tho
run water heater-Is appearing on the
roofs of ninny now buildings through
out tho city, nnd Is n great boon to
thoso who illsllko cold baths.
SAYS INDEPENDENT '
Tho m.imger of tilt! liidcpiiiJellt
Theatre, commenting on whn) the
morning piper tnd hi siv regirlinv
Iho rnndltlons of tho llieatica of this
cltv In case of fire, said to i II ill I e-.
tin rciKirlcr this mninlng: 'The In-'
dependent Ihcatro Is as noir tiro priKif
as It Is posslblo to make It. In f.ict.
thcro Is nothing to tho tlicitio lull)
tho chairs nnd tbo st-!" Thcro Is
no i oof, nnd the sides nio firmed by!
the brick walls of the adjoining bultd-l
lugs on cither hide." Speaking fuilhei
be tald, "Thcro nro thuo exits, and,
they nro not locked up light til Is
Ltnled In tho Advertiser, but nro Mm
pi neiu tiiiui wnn a sunn ihsik iiiui
n child nu unfasten. Also, that tho
ihilrs arc not loose, but aro fastened
together with a 1x3 pieces of luiii
bu Tho Ikix vvhern tho fllma uro
inn Is thoroiighl) tiro pioof, being
coiistriicled of Iron nnd cowroU. - I
know nothing i.bout the other theatres."
Not Idle Talk
As the old saying goes: "The
proof of the pudding is in the
eating thereof "--and thus we
refer to our showing of
for Fall wear. The assortment
of styles, patterns, and color
ings are large and well select
ed; the fit and workmanship
are up to our usual standard.
We guarantee every suit to
wear and retain its color.
Let us show you what .values
we offer in this famous make
The monthly official board meeting
of tho Methodist ' Episcopal church
will be held In the parlors of tho
church at 7:30 o'clock this ovoning.
SAFE IN HONOLULU
"Thoro Is no moro danger from n
flro In tho Savoy than In a ten acre
lot." Bald .1. A. Magcon this morning
leferrlng to tho talk on the rml'tlnn
of tho local moving rt'eturo thentrcj.;
"Tlio Savoy has might llttlo in It
that could burn. Tho unlit nro of
corrugated. Iron. Tlio,clalri nro prnc
tlcally on 'tho groundrilnd what Is
on tho stage would not make n good
lzcd bon flro. Tlio Illjou hni'vory
Ijltlo that Is Intlnmtn.ihlu iiluiit It,
mid tho Park. Tho Umpire of iiuirso
Is more llko ho theatres of the miln
land. If any exit doors In any then-
tics wero locked, that of (out so Is
lepnbonslble, If true, lint I am very
certain that thcro Is hardly n placo
on earth where tho audiences nt nmv
Ing picture an 1 low priced vaudeville
shows arc i safo as I boy aro right
hero In Honolulu."
It is the ideal refrigera
tor in food -preserving
qualities, economy of ice,
ease in which it can be
cleaned, appearance, etc,
Full Line of Sizes
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
1'iirser Kent of tho stunner Klniu
ieKiits tho following rugnr as await
ing shipment at Kauai ports: K. H.
Co, 2110, I. V. 3,00(1, Mak. 71 401, K.
S. M. 003.'
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