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EVENING 'BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. TUESDAY, OCT. 31, 1911.
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MILO M. POTTER, Mgr.
Oprraled on the American Plan only. Each room has outside exposure. Rates
asked are lets (Service, Cultino 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 Caneda. Wire ahead (or
reservations, at our expense. For rates, pamphlets and full particulars con
cernlng Hottl Potter, address! OTTO QERTZ, P. 0. Box , Honolulu.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Kery comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rales. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to nil parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Slew art recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trnwets"A 1IC code.
J.1I. Love, Honolulu representative.
A Hotel that Is noted for
the elegance of its Cuisine
Emma St, above Vineyard
it wit.i. in: a uurvr moon at
this m:i:k and tih: mm: iio.mi:
ON Till". TUAIN WII.1. Hi:
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergln, Prop.
EAT AT THE
everything New 8ervlce Excellent
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best In the Market
E N R Y MAY
The Best Milk You Can Use
AT ALL DEALERS
WAS AWAROED HIGHEST HONORS
At the recent California Stute Fulr
held ut Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
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Mules for Sale
16 EXTRA LARGE 10
The BICYCLE DEALE1 and XI
PAIREH, bai moved to
180 UNO II11II
New location Red front, near
Yonng Building, Telephone 2518.
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2185 (illliirliil looms 2250
IiunIiiisn ofliro. Thesp nre Uie lelf
ubouc. nuuihers of lite II u 1 1 o 1 1 n.
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A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
American Plan Hoom with Hath and
llnnrcl from 14.00 n Day
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12.00 a Day
Special Monthly Rates
A hlRh-clnss Family and Tourist lintel,
llulf block from Columbia Theater,
and or! tho oiIro of the Itetoll Shop
plnij District. Every room with Prl
vote Hath. Positively 1'lre.proof.
W. C. Zander, Manager
Reservation ninde through
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174 King Street Honolulu
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King 8treet, opposite Young Hotel
P. U. Iloi 840 riione 30IS
Inbrn fniiinui iiyinn, "iniui or iiur
l'nthcr," va tho subject of n power
fill en moil h the IteV It Miner Htnlth
it the -Mitlioillxt Ilplseopnl elmreli Sun
day cvcnhiir. AilelltiK to the plena
lire of the i-orvlce wiih ii iniialrnle pro
Rrnm under the illreetliin of Mr. Hud
mil. Vlie "prmiin follow b:
Till" Ik n virile h inn The claim
ant note N the heroic line The nplrlt
of tin. Iinill 1- xncrlllclnl It KUKKcKtu
t'lirlMliiti nervier, xplrltunl cnuruise ntid
uiicuiiiiicnib1i. 7i .(l The whole hymn
In In iiccuri) with tlm temperament of
the iiiillinr lie wiih built on tliu Peter
ptiin- he wii nrilent, ImpulMvc, iik-
Krexnlve Of nil the Ifyninn which l'red-
id N William Pnlier unite, this hymn
-, t "
l priilmlily the 11101 expreslve of thn'tlio fnlth which was once dellxered
ninn himself, lie win of ItiiKuenot or- lto lhp Hnnll)i. Tl, fn,, UH ,,f7ed
mill unit iniieriteu me lenlleKH, ueviiieo.
silf-j-ncrllUIni,- nplrlt of tho llimueiiot.
tinu l.i.rti In V,itttli lr 17.ur .lllllt.
1S14, Whete his Krilllllfntlur, IteV.,"1'"- rr inn mini miT .,..,....-,
Tliomns I'nliir, wuh then vlcnr.
hoy Khoweil n ilieliled fnnillieKH for
Htudy, which vain carefully eultlsnted
tliroiiKhoiit hi outh und enrly ninn
hood In 1ST Piilier nn onlnlneil In
the Ohiirch of Knulnnd nml then npeiit
the followlnir four yearH In trnvel In
1M1 he hecuine rictor nt Kltnn. where
he illnplneil Krent enrneHtnesH nml
nclileeil MlKiinl MICCOKH.
"Pnlier wrote mnuy hymns. A hook
cimtnlnlnR nno lnuulred nml fifty of
I'oIki'h hymns nun pnlillslieil In ISfil.
Twelve of IiIm hymns nre fouml In our
hjiiinnl. Amonc hl most populnr
h mux lire the followliiKi 'I'llirrlmn of
tho Nlnlit.' 'The l.-ind lleoiul the Sea,"
( Pnrm!liu! o Parmllne'' "O It In Hnnl
to Work for lod,' Ilnrk, Hark. n'
Soul' AiiKellc Sonss Arc Swelllns,"
'There'h n WldeneMs In nod's Mercy'
nml "fl How the Thouulit of Ood At
tinets' ' 'Pnllh of Our Pothers' Is reRnrdeil
hy many on I'lilierV most popular hymn.
It Is n rtalnly a great liymn, and hns
been for ninny cnri n fnvorlto with
imiltltiulcH of people throtiKhout Chris
teiidoui. Pnlier cmphnslzeH three Krent con.
rrvtlnnt to which I Invito your ntten-
lon this hour. lie point to the nnrrl-
llceH, the KiilTirliiKs nml murtynlom of
Hhiho who have mode the history of
the Christian church ns Klorlous ns It
Is hnperlshnhle. This Is clenrly suk
KeKted In the followlnir lines: "Fnlth of
our fathers! IMns mill In cplte of
liinRcon, Are nml sword,' nnd "Our fn
Hurt, chained In urinous dark.'
"Ah Pnlier wrote these words I he
Ueve he thoiiKht of all those heroes nnd
heroines In the church who hnd mif
fered and died heenioe of their fnlth.
He had n vision of the trade dentil of
most of the npristles, of tho mnrtyrs
of the first threo centurion, of the no
hlo Christian men nnd women who were
toitured nnd plain hy tho Spanish In-
litlsltlon, of the dlxclpleH of our Lord
xlnln durliiK the ltefnrmntloii period
Ipeelnlly did ho think of the innsHn
ere of IiIh nncestors, tho IIimueiiotH, In
lYnnce, when 70,000 of them perished
within n few hours. This Is the pic
ture which ho saw when ho wrote thl
"How terrllde Is the story of the per
secutions In the history of the Chris
tian church! The oratory of the man
has never been nhle to justly destrlhe
It; tho artist's hnHi has only faintly
pictured It; tho pen of tho historian
lins Inadequately portrayed It, In thesn
persecution tho Christians were (.ob
jected lo every conceivable Kind of tor
ture nnd death. Tho sword, tho lire.
the cross, wild beast, hooks of steel.
the rack, red-hot Irons, tho wiled, wero
mnnnir tho methods employed to pro
diue exquisite pnln nml cruel dinth.
They wero nailed, like their Master, to
tho cross; they wero sent, like Paul, to
the isory block; they wero ushered, llko
iKii.itlous, Into tho nrenn of wild hensts;
they burned, llko Polycnrp, nt the
stake; they wiru wclitlitcil with stones.
llko Symphornse, nnd cast Into tho
rlcr or sen; they wero skinned nllvo
they wero covered with skin of wild
lienst nnd then worried to ilenth by
docs; they wero smenred with pitch,
lashed to poles nnd M-t on (Ire to xcrvo
for nocturnal IlKhts; they wero sawn
asunder; they wero pierced with Irons
nt white bent; they were tied to horscH
and tho limbs torn from tho body yea.
In many ways these martyrs wi lit home
"Time would fall ine to tell of tho
Inter persecutions which riiKcd In. Spain,
Tranco, Hnnlnnd, Scotlnnd nnd else
where. It has been estimated that
nearly r.0,000,000 people hao died ns
martyr since tho cruclllxlon of Christ
It wn n mental vision of this holy
nrmy which caused Pnlier to write;
'Faith of our fathers! llvlnu still In
splto of iliniRcon. Uro nnd sword.' In
these day, when wo can worship nod
In our own chosen wny with none to
make us afraid; when nil civilisation
Is In sympathy with Christianity; when
the henthen natlnnH lire slowly but
surely turnlnK to tho crucllled Christ;
when ovcry opportunity for Christian
development Is nfforded us; we should
remind ourselves frequently of how
this condition of nlTnlrs wuh broiiRlit
iilimit l.i.st wn rortpet! I.est W'e for-
l?etl I want to emphnslro tho debt
tho tremendous debt wo owe the mar -
tyr of tho Christian church. They
they sulTercd, they died for
most snored coiinectlnn. nnd
4..l. - t.n n ,.iili,i.ii,1 lul j 4lh miottlt a I
""., i , 1 u.; u. of "" fnllier rhnructerUo our lives!
of their HtifrerlnK and labors. Surely .. ,. ,, . , , ' "V,
'tho blood of tho martyr' hns proved I?1"' "I0 "Hf-sncrinclnR spirit of tho
to be tho seed of tho church fronirn,,,rs o emulated by us who fnco tho
which has spruiiR rellRlou toleration 'P'oblems of thl hour! May tho splr
uud freedom of worship. Until heiolsm of tho fnthers mark our
"Ao we continue the study of till conduct on every moral bnttlelleld of
iiyiliu we mm i ni'cr riiipunsiftinK uie.euitiii Then the end of
deep nnd fervent religion experience
of tho fullierB The follow Iiik expii'H
hhuiH Indh'iitii tliU: 'Faith of our fa
tlu rl holy faith' nnd 'We're nt 111 hi
beait nnd oemselenco free.' Tbleu bad
Intt trnlta In tho exporlerico of tho fn
lliern me tluiH BUBKtBted, miuicly, u
k Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forever
DB. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
tUmoftl TB, rimi,
Mrcklct, Jiuth I'jlchr,
Haiti, and M1b lHttfK
an TTrrjr vrnivi,
8m tlrtt-itlon. Ii
pMtUxx) Iht trtl
if tt ?!, bi-I
(. to titrmltr-i wi
ftlt tt lift. II H
Mttnt. Dr. L. A
juyr ukl to ft
)! of it hut
too k pllnt) t
"Al you l!tt
m um tin.
floiimurf'ii Orf hih Iht . fcMN J
in pmvr.uunv rr nw it MiuruHine m - "-r
Oood lipftU r in Ih L'ulna 8Utt(, C'avt.wlft ftr.4 tortpt,
qjiO.T,rmil5( ftjp. 37 6.nt Joint Jltni lrH
profound fnlth, purity of henrt and a
tender coimclence old of offense to
ward doil mid man.
"The faith of mir fiithern was of n
RtroiiK, rilKKi'd type They nhowed
their fnlth hy their work. They con-
fftn.lml ...irii.iallv nml tinri.ltintt. fnr
...... .... ,. f
liy them more thnn nil else besides. It
profoundly nffctted every phnso of their
surtired, they indured, they died
Fnlth to them wns moro than meat
and drink It wn the sourco of their
tnahifcprlnK of their hope. It woh the
sterlltiR uinnhiiod It wns the Rrent
cornerstone of their noble character.
It wo tho sheet anchor of their holy
nsplrntlons. It wns their joy by day
nml their sour bj nlnht. It was their
sweet comfort hi repose und their sup
port In the storms of persecution. It
was their constant Itisplrntlou In llfu
nnd their rtfUKe in death.
"The Apostln John wn rlRht when
he wrote, 'This Is the victory that over
cometh the world, even our fnlth. Hy
faith our fathers subdueil klnRiloms,
wrouRht rlRlitiousness, obtained prom
ises, out of WMikiies were inndo
KtroiiR, wuxed valliint In Unlit, turned
to IllRht the nrinles of tho alien.' 'They
were tortured, not acceptliiR deliver
nnce; had trial of iruil niockliiKH nnd
scourRlnK; yen, moreover of bonds
and luipilsouinent; wtre stoueil, snwli
usunder, teniptiil, slain, belnR desti
tute, nmirtid, tormented of whom tho
world was not worthy.'
"This same fnlth In our iiro lend
men to leave home, friends nnd nil that
tho world count ilenr nnd ro to tho
remotest pnrt of the earth to declare
tho Rlad tldhiR of the Rospel. It
cause the city missionary to climb tho
rickety stnlrs Into dark Rnrrets to tell
the poorest of the poor that they may
possess the true riches. It Inspires
pure women to enter, ns the iuircIh of
(od. the dene of vice nnd tho Htnk of
Iniquity to brliiK tho wect tldlnR of
reileemhiR love to the hnrlot, the out
east, the debauchee It causes lnrfio
number of Christian folk all over tho
world lo toll, to uffer, to sacrlllce, 111
order to rutin nno Christ a khiR of
Mors and lord of lord In the henrt
of tblr fellows.
"I'lnnlly, Fnber's hymn tells us how
we may perpttuato the 'faith of our
fathers' Thl Is clearly Indicated In
tho last verse, 'Fnlth of our fatlursl
We will love both friend nnd foo In
nil our strife. And preach Thee, too,
ns love Knows how. By kindly word
nnd vlrtuoii life: l'nlth of our fa
thers! holy faith! Wo will bo Iruo to
Thee till death!'
"To perpetuate the faith of tho fa
ther we must have, like them, n huly
faith, n puro henrt, n clear conscience,
profound conviction, nml n uIHIiikiicmh
to sacrlllce euso and self for the klnR
clnm of nod.
"If our lives nre to ho truly Rrent,
truly prospi rous nnd successful, truly
useful, truly beautiful, It means that
tho cornerstone) of our live must bo
laid In Rcnulne self-sacrifice,
"Any man or woman who ha made
nny contribution to tho world'a devel
opment from nny standpoint hu sne
i Hired ense, self nnd prospective re
wards This Is trim of tho scientist,
the philosopher, tho Inventor, tho dis
coverer, tho historian, the poet, the re
forimr, nnd of nil others who hnvo In
nny ilepreo made this work-n-elny
world richer by their efforts.
"It Is only ns vlrtuo Roe out of ns
that we help nml servo our fellow. No
man can he Christ' dlsclplo If ho Is
self-seekhiR, self-liuUilRent nnd self'
centered Ho must Rrnsp tho Rrent
truth that In till world of affairs ho
Is not 'to bo ministered ttiitl, but to
minister' Wo uro most llko Christ
whin we sacrlllco ourselves most for
those In need,
"Not self-case, but self-sncrlflce. Not
self-enjoyment, but self-denial. Not
sclf-Rrntlllcntlon, but self-immolation.
Not self-seekhiR, but self-forfietfulnes.
Not self-centered, but Christ-centered.
This Is nod' Ideal for your llfo nnd
mine Thl Is Christ's proRrnm for His
disciples. Thl I tho riiRRcd road tho
fathers trod This Is what led Fnher
,tn "'ll. 'How sweet would
ciillilri - n s fati, If they, llko them, could
die for TheoP May tho mantlo of tho
j, jiv. i"ir ii '5i
r . mm cm rnn
'E"? W -if J M
I S I IV 1 wi tf
futhiT fall on the mcmhcrhlp of tholsS lleretunli
church of today! May tho ruRReel fnlth Rlvo them n
tin lr "
will ho II H
Khulnux as vviih
II ii lie tin Kdltorlnl Hoom l'honp
2185. Bulletin nuslnmi office
TWO PROMINENT DIVINES
AmniiK the piomliieiit pnsieimers on
board the Wlllielmlnn, nrrlvlnir today,
wns J. W Wnilinun, t) I), superln-'
tdiiletit of Methodlt missions, who has
been absent from the cltyj for the
past four or live months, A henrty
nlohn back wns extended Mr. Wild-1
man by his many friends on his ar
rival. Accompnnylnir Mr. Wndmnn Is
n well known California university
Krndunte by the name of Ilev. Leopold
Keurburcbeli This l!i iitlemnn, who
comes here very hlahly recommended,
Is Kohiir to teach at the. Korean com-'
pound und Mills school.
The First Methodist church has ar-
runKcd to lve a "weleoniii home" so
cial nt tho church this cveuhu; nt
HO o'clock for, Mr. Wndmnii mid his
, cordial Invitation Is extended to
tho number of the church und their
'ScoutlnR for the Knemv" will be the
topic of a lively meetlnR In the parish
house of Central Union church Wed
nesday ovenlnR tit 7:.t0 o'clock. Tho
ooiiRrcRntlon Is nsked to brhiR nnd
nnme brielly every objection ever heard
iiRalnst forelRn mission. These will
then be nnsvvered by four plckeel Iny
rnon There will be threo special moves
lu the campnlRn 1, LncntliiR tho
enemy; 2. HbclllnR the fortress; :i, He-
vlewlnR tho Held. The men of tho
church will particularly enjoy this
evening. They nre earnestly Invited to
ro nnd take n womun nplece plus nn
iirRtimcnt iiRalnst missions.
Christian Church Kewoln mission
I enJoyliiR n largo decree of pros
perity. Wednesday In connection with
tho regular Ulhlc study and pravcr
service tho ordinance of baptism will
ho administered. Thursday ovenlnR
tho Younir People', society will hull!
Its monthly business mootliiR nt tho
homo of the preldent. Miss Allco
Hopper. 'Friday evcnlnR tho t)iuiK
lieople ato to enjoy nn "Kxporlenco
Social" nt tho Public llnths, Kaplo
lanl Park, nnd this young H?op!o of
the church ate lookliiR forward to an
ciijoynblo cenlni; toRether.
The member of the Women' Socl-
ly of Central Union church mid their
friends nre Invited to u luncliciin ut
the Colonial next Thursday, November
!i, nt 1:15 p. m, to ronsldiT a matter
of vital Interest to nil. Pinto will bo
1 each. All who Intend to be present
should hand name mid fee to Mrs. W.
C Hnbdy not later thnn Tiieselay, )c-.
Miss nthylo Fnlrwenther. who I
eently returned from the Coast, wns
weOI received ns the orferloiy soloist
at Central Union chinch on Sunday
mornhiR. Miss Fnlrwenther saiiR n
beautiful nrrmiRcment of "The Ninety
Hev. Henry Kumuupunl Poepoo was
Installed ns pastor of tho Knuiiinknplll
church Sunday mornhiR nt 11 o'clock.
Tho ceremony wns conducted by tho
llevs. II. II. rnrker, W. R Olesnn. J.
P. Krdmnn, W. K. Paul mid S. K. OIU.
The Hev. Mr. Rtnnlslnvv, for flvo
jeiir missionary In China, preached nt
tho mornhiR service nt the Oerman Lu
theran church on Sunday, Ho was
Kri'ctrd by a larRo audience.
YOUNG MEN'S BIBLE
CLASS IS GROWING
"Jesus Christ, tho Socialist," will
romo up for discussion nl tliu next
inee-tliiR elf the younR men' Hlble class
of the Methodist Uplscnpnl church, tin)
date of which will bo nimoiinced Inter,
Tho lareest and most enthusiastic
meetlnR of the clu'ss wuh held Sunday
It Is evident that tho men of this
city thoroughly iindi'rstand Jlto neces-
city of helonRlnR to a church nnd lend
Iiir n helplnR hand In tho noble work
It I iIoIiir, It wn very Rratlfylns to
kco such n number of new faces, which
spi'iik well for tho olllcer who uro
working for the betterment of the class.
n. A. Hobblns, founder of tho class,
riivo n very InterestliiR address on
"Christian Science Doctrine." When
ho went Hast about three yours ago
ho had tho pleasure of meetlnR soino
of the principals In Huston, nnd while
there learned a great deal nn the sub
ject, which he related much to the In
tercut of thoso present.
Others who spoke on tho subject
wero Ilev. It. K Smith, Messrs. H. A.
Cooper, It. O'Neill, J. M. Murtln und
l. A. Hnhhlns.
The last Sundny of every month will
bo devoted to n discussion of some sub
ject hy n member of tho class.
The secretary, D. I., lllue, will bo
glad to meet nil men deslrou of joln-
InR tho happy circle, nt hi residence,
In street, und will gladly
ny Information they, re
quest, StrniiRer especially Invited,
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of the exci'sslve cost, and those who fi-i I Hint the haVo paid
too much In the past, will he ijh-iiIIv plca'id at the extta line
quality we provide.
We represent the Munlifncturir. and pIiicm Ihese befoie our cus
tomers ut a vety close uinri;ln They come In nil c'oIoih nnd
Tiy a pair. If not Riillsfartni), money irfiiuded
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