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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, OCT. 23, 1911.
MILO M. POTTER, Mor.
Operated on tlio American Plan only. Each room hat outside exposure. Rates
asked are lest (Service, Cuisine and Surroundings considered) than can be
found In any any hotel In America. Baggage may be checked direct to
Hotel Potter from anywhere In the United States or Canada. Wire ahead for
reservations, at our expense. For rates, pamphlets and full particulars con
corning Hotel Potter, address! OTTO QERTZ, P. O. Box , Honolulu.
Oeary Street, nbove Union Square
European Plan $1.60 n day up
American Man $3.00 n day up
New steel and bricl: structure.
Every comfort nnd comcnlence.
A higliclnsi Hotel nt v cry moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
f mine to all pirts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains nnd
strainers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarter.
Cable Address "Trawcts"ABC code.
J.II.Luvc, Honolulu representative.
A Hotel that is noted for
the elegance of its Cuisine
Emma St., above Vineyard
IF YOU WISH TO REST AND
ENJOY LIFE AT THE SAME
TIME, GO TO
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Roomt and Board
FINE B AT H I N a
W. C. Bergin, Prop.
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best In the Market
HENRY MAY t CO.
The Best Milk You Can Uf
AT ALL DEALERS
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
At the recent Cullfornla Stnto l'ulr
Ik lil nt Sacramento:
- A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
Just In ex Lurlino
- LARGE MULES 22
The BICYCLE DEALEE and IX
PAIREB, hai moved to
1 B0 UNO III11I
New location Red front, new
Young Building. Telephone 2318.
CIGAR NOW I
A OIIK8T CO Ant.
2 J 85 rdllurliil iooiiih 2250
busiliMS oftlcf. TJicmi H ro the It'K'i
iUoue uuniliers of (lit- II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
SANTA BARBARA, Cal.
A QUIET, REFINED HOU3E Or
American Plan ltoom with Itiilh nnil
Uoanl from 4 00 a Duy
European Plan- Hnom with Until from
J2 00 a D.iy
Special Monthly Rates
A lilcli iilanx Tamlly nnil TuurlM Hotel
Hnlf Mock from Columbia Thoitrr,
ntul on tlio imIbu of tho Ittlnll Slieip
plnR Diatrlct. Kvery room with Pri
vate Hath I'osltlvely Hreproof
W. E. Zander, Manager
Reservations made- llirniiRli
RAVEN &. JACOBSON
174 King Street Honolulu
Piunteri and Leaden in
the Automobile Business
AkmiIs for aucli well-known can
s IMekanl. I'opo-Ilnrtford, Bteveutv
Ouryen, Cidlllnc, TliomiiH Flyer,
llulekf Overlaml, ll-iker Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
Associated Garage '
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For the BfST RENT CARS in the
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403) RENAULT,
No. 404; I ANOAU1.ET, No. 530
C. H. BEHN
AhU WE ASK IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1823 Kaplolani Building
Use a PRE8T-0-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
"TODAY'S NEWS TODAY"
Stearns & Foster Co.
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Ilnx 8(0 I'buua 301
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Ask your doctor if Ayer's Sar
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you. He knows, and will ad
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alcohol in this medicine. It
puis red corpuscles into the
blond, Jives steady, even power
to the nerves; and all without
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Take only those medicines the
best doctors endorse. Ask your
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Our new stock of albimt em
braces those bound In teal, burnt
leather, cloth and cardboard.
Full line of sizes and new
Preserve your pictures by put
ting them In an album.
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
IN COPLEY PRINT!
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.
1050 Nniiann Street
SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK
$1.50. MANILA HATS 75c
1140 FORT STREET
A. N. SANFORD
Botton Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
nr.h tout H'rnnirr rnoNn ncoi
BANZAI 8HOE STOnC
Beretanla Street, N,er Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
Regal Shoe Store,
C. M. DUNCAN
258 Deretnnla St., opp. Royal Hawaiian
Y. W. C. A. FEELS
Cleverly comparing the Young Wn
mcii'h Christian Association tonjounB
Rlrl nttulnliig toward perfect woman
liouil Init as jet in mo KrtinliiR staKO
of tier development, Mini Cnrlota A.
Mojcr Rave nn Interesting ntul ceini-
I rclicnslUlo report of tlio our's work
ntul n Kciior.il review of the aclilove
tpenta nnd altnt of tho association at
Ilia eleventh nnnmil inietiiiK which
tiwK placo nt tho homcsleail on King
street Friday evening.
MUh Mover pieeeded tho president,
Sin. H. K DUIIiiKhniii, who In addition
to lovlowlng the work, voiced an niK
cut ilen for a liatidsonio concrete
liiilldlng for a permanent joiiiik wo
men's linmc In lieu of n frame struo
tnre. Mrs. nillltmhain spoko of Iho
ntanj civic Improvement!! which havo
(Ithcr taken place or aio coiitemiilated
lor tlio near future, and declared that
n permanent Y. V. C. A. liiilldlns
should he ope In keeping with tho pro
t!icss of tho city for enrs to cumo.
Hlio also lof.l of her visit to the beau
tiful seven story association hulldltiR
In Lot Angeles which was made pos-
blhlo through a Imlldlng fund nucleus
of ten dollars. She declared that tho
time Is not ripe for as largo or com
ploto hulldliig In Honolulu, hut that
the hearlll). favors ono that will ho
.uleritinto to tho needs of tho city for
ears to Lome.
Nearly ovcryono In Honolulu knows
of tho generous net of Iho Mary Cns
tlo Trust In otlorlng to tho Young W
men's Christian Association n largo
tract of land covering over three acres
r.n King street. Including tho lot on
which tho homestead is situated, ami
tho adjoining lot, formerly the silo of
tho Knwalahao Seminars . A conser
vative estimate of tho value of this
property lr $75,000 tho proposition
made by tho Mary Castlo Tnist Is to
givo tho association n warranty deed
to this property on tho condition that
$"0,000 ho secured for tho erection of
cull.ihlo buildings. An urgent effort Is
now being mado to raise this nnmuu'
anil Mrs. Dillingham rnntcndcil that
when this Is seemed there will, ho no
necessity for a mediocre Imlldlng.
Tho report of the tiensurer. Miss
Cnrrlo Oilman showed a grntlflng
Increnso in tho funds during tho past
Tho now members of tho board nn
nounced by Mrs. Weeilon, chairman of
the nominating rommTVi'e, arc Mrs
A. P. Cooko ntul Miss Carrie Oilman,
elected to succeed themselves, M1m
Margate! Hnpixir, to Mil out the un
oxplied term, Mrs. William A- Howen
nnd Mrs: II. B. Ilcndrlck.
It was made known during tho
evening that In addition to being tho
elovenlh anniversary of tho associa
tion, It was the fifth anniversary of
Miss Moer's secrctarshlp, and that
in order to carry out n "wooden wed
ding anniversary" Idea, several wo
men of tho association had sent In mi
oider to n locil carpenter for a now
chiffonier for Miss Mover's tiso at tho
homestead. This will be of mission
stjlo and will nil a long felt want.
Tho pleasures of tho evening wore
enhanced by piano numbers by Miss
lluxbury, Mrs. Westorvclt and Miss
Jones. After the formalities of the
business session, a social hour was
enjojed and light refreshments serv
Pleasure was oxprcsscd at (he Inrgo
ropiescntntlve audience present.
Kiev en jcurs ago last June a com
pany of joung women banded theuv
selves together, adopted n constitu
tion, elected their olllcers and form
ed tho Young Women's Christian As
sociation of Honolulu.
As during Us drat jcars a babo Is
helpless oven, while growing, so were
our first j ears, needing teudor rare
ami love, that tho Association's life
might grow naturally nnd symotrlcnl
ly. Little bv lit t lo wo ncquliod new
power, learned to think, developed
now rcsoutces, but wore In our child
At cloven j ears of ago jour llttlo
girl Ins just commenced to shoot up,
and tho tucks Imvo'to be taken from
her dressfs almost as fast ns they
can bo put In. fio with us, our grow
ing pains shoot through us. Iho old
dress seems tight and iincomfortnMo.
Wo mo eager for now things, mid
Just as joii confidently expect jour
child to keep on growing, so will we,
till wc attain to tho stature of a per
lect womanhood, and wliore now ono
joung woman In tho city feels our
Inlliicncc, then ten shall.
Ono thing In Association work that
has nlunjs appealed strongly to mo
Is tho many sldedness of it, It Is
illlllcult to gtvo ono outside nn "do
ipi-ite Idea of tho dotal! of tho work
done. You know of tho home, jou
know of the lunch room, jou havo
been heating tonight of somo of tho
educntlonnl work, but for Just n fow
moments may I speak moro fully of
This beautiful old homestdad, Hint
Ihinugh tho j ears has meant so much
In Honolulu, lonlght means homo to
Jinny a gill away from tho loved ones
across tho Pacific Many mako It tholr
homo through tho months, and ovon
Irom jeai to jcar. Others eomo,
ttrangors, nnd luslructlvely turn to
the Association ns their lenipoinij
abiding place lit least. Just before
the opening of tho school jear girls
lloek to us, nnd go from hero to their
various stations, coming homo again
nnd again ns long ns thoy stay In
the' Islands or until they go to homes'
of their own.
We can nccoinmodalo cotnfortnhly
twenty-four not counting jour gen
eral secrotnry or house secretary, bfU
wit imfrtiiieiitly Is this Increased lo
twentj-clght. During the past slim
mer through tho kindness of tho Mary
Castle Trust, the two cottages near
on Hotel street have helped out great
ly for needed room, cspeclallj during
Mimmer school time. As I report to
night cverj thing Is engaged full. Dur
ing the past j ear moro than sixty
joung women havo called this homo,
nnd only slnco April first have ladles
only been residents.
Our office, rest nnd lunch rooms In
the lloston building nro u boon to
many, not only to tho business girl
who comes for her noon rest and
lunch, hut also to tired shopperB tt ml
mothers with little chlhlicn. This
jear our lunch room has given u
Flight Income to tho gencinl fund,
$3(12.30 hiving been received above nil
expenses except rent, since Oct. 1,
1!)I0. 19.0SS lunches havo been serv
ed, nnd 30111 havo brought their tiwu
juucii, ubiiik luu Hiunii inning menu.
About live hundred books have beer
issued from tho library but wo sorely
nood moro good hooks nnd donation 4
ol the right sort arc nlwnjs accept
Miss Oleson has touched upon sonic
of the educatlpnnl work, two things
rlflo I would call nttontlnn to. Tho
Shakospearo class with Mrs. I. M. Con
meeting allernate-Tliursdaj', Huston
building, nhd (be reading travel club,
alternate Tuesday evenings nt the
homestead. The former Is a member
ship privilege mid at tho latter wo
welcome) nny gffls Interested.
Ono new thing I must mention, tho
lllblo Study Class led by Mrs. Weed
on, ovcry IVIditv evening at tho home
stead. Several times recontlj hnvo I
heard this referred to as a prajcr
meeting, nnd I wnnt to say that wbllu
the prajer meeting has Its own pe
culiar placo, that can bo taken by
nothing else, this lllblo Study Class
Is far removed from that.
Tor tho woman, ole)er or jounger,
who wishes u better imdorslaudlng or
what (his book of books, really Is, and
what It teaches of Clod and man, lot
her come Just ono evening to our study
and I am sure she will wnnt to come
No personal views aro advanced, nn
Isms tnught but a definite understand
ing of tho book ns a whole Is aimed
nt, and will he attnlno'd.
Llttlo by little, step by) step wo
have gone forwnrd In our work, Our
Ic'eal Is evor Just bejond us, but wo
aro continually striving together to
possess our possessions In our field
here, reaching out In now dlicctluns
for work, trying to meet the needs of
every girl Just as far as wo can, till
eveiy women in her home, each husl
l.css men nnd all girls who work, will
feel that Ibis organization Is ono that
could not possibly be spared from the
TO BE CABLED
Tho Central Union, Christian nnd
Methodist Kplscopal churchoB nro on
record as taking favorablo action In
tho matter of appiovlng tho proposal
to bring Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, tho
noted evangelist to Honolulu for u
lollglous campaign In January. A rep
resentative committee of church mem
bers had previously Indorsed the plan
It Is now probable that n cable nics
sago will be sent to Dr. Chapman
either this afternoon or tomorrow. Di.
Chapman Is at present In llelfnsl, Iro
land, hut will pass through bore the
first of tho jenr on his ay to the
Orient. It Is expected that his prcs-
eneo hero will result In tho greatest
spiritual revival tho city has oven
INTEREST IS KEEN IN
rtollglous Interest of the vvwk cen
ters In the first convention of tlio lay
men's Missionary Movemtnt, whlili
opened today with n luncheon nt the
Y. M C A. hall, rolluvvlng tlm re
past at noon, Charles A. (lumi of New
Tho second session will bo held this
evening at 7:30 o'clock In tho Y. M, C.
A. hall. Hero Hon Otto a. POi liter
nf New York nnd JU-V, Kong Yin Tct
will bo tlio speakers. This session will
bo open to tho public.
Tho third session for delegates from
Central Union church will convene In
our pirlsli bouso Tuesday afternoon nt
4:30 o'clock. President Griffiths of
Onlm Ceillego will preside.
The fourth session will bo held In the
Y M C A. hull Tuisilny evening nt
7:30 o'clock. President (lrltlltliK will
bo In tho e hair, nnd reports vv 111 bo
presented from tho various churches.
Mnjnr A. M Dsvls of the U. 8. nrmy
will deliver the closing nildress. Tills
session will bo open to tho public.
An address on tlio subject, "The Holy
Pplrlt" will be given by the Ilev Hob
ert 13 Smith nt the weielely prajer nnd
lllblo class service on Wednesday
The minister'" elnss (if (', ntrnl Union
ehureli will unit at i; '10 ii'iluik
Tliuisilny In tlm church p trior. I.e-s-sun
1 will bu studied.
Wkit HKlUtlali vr iMt,
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