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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1911
Dltubll -.i'it 1780
For eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
av . '..
KcgUtcrcd U. 8. Patent Odlco
Brcaklast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
linker's Chocolate (.unswect
ened), 1-2 lb, cakes
German's Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb, cakes
For Sale by Leading Grocert In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Lid.
DORCHESTER. MASS., U. S. A.
"AH FAR" BIES
AT LEAHI HOME
53 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
UNION SERVICE FOR
TOMORROWJIIGHT AT BIJOU
The .MiicYViittirs (Jtinrtet will again
be liinnl In ii program at llic iinlmi
cv.iugcllnllc meeting In the llljou Tho
glrr tomorrow evening.
The iiu.irtct Iiuh put In n busy week,
singing nnd speaking both nt llllo mill
lit W'nllukti, .Mniil, whero they give a
concert this iifternoon.
The union service In the Hljnu The
ater tomorrow evening Ih really tho
llrt union effort under the completed
Inti rehurch federation, lllshop Ites
t.trlck will preside.
The sermon of the evening -will ho
by Hev. .1. Adam .akcx, tho first tenor
on the iiaitet.
The Vincent who nsslstctl In tho
chorus liiHt Hnnday evening nrc nKiiln
nrketl to coino to tho stage tomorrow
night mid take places In tho choir.
The generni puhllc Is Invited to this
tmctlng. It Iiiih been planned for the
ptnplc of the city.
II ii 1 1 it 1 1 n Wont Ails lll Hud It,
Bright Young Chinese-American
Succumbs to Tuberculosis.
I'ctor Fnrr Znne, popularly known
hy his boyhood tltlo ot "Ah Knr," died
nt tho Icnhl 1 Ionic on Wednosdny,
May 8, the funernl taking plnco the
This Is sad and most unexpected
news to "Ah Knr's" ninny friends In
Honolulu, who will remember lilm us
ono of tho brightest and most ambi
tious of tho Chinese-American boys,
lie was twenty-six years of ago nt tho
tlmo of his death. Kow knew that
he was HI, ho having returned to the
city from Chicago Inst November nnd
was then In such poor health that lie
did not care to go about town whero
he linil previously been so active.
After his work hero on tho census,
Ah Kor felt thu call of Chicago and
the eastern cities, nnd he went back.
Later ho went to New York, Wash-,
Ington nnd for n tlmo was employed
nt Atlantic City. His health steadily
failed and his physicians told him ho
had better return to Honolulu, Ho
was very ambitious and hated to give
up, and this had largely to do with
tho lack of care that he gavo himself,
until It wns too late.
Ah Knr first became widely known
throughout tho city ns tho leader of
the Bulletin newsboys. Ho had
to work for n living nnd always want
ed to ho first In everything po under
took. Tho Ilullotin ofl.iicil a bi
cycle In n newsboys contest and In
the final wind-up Ah Far was pitied
ngalnRt two Lubeck boys, ono of whom
Is now working at the Honolulu Iron
Works. It wns n hard race, and Ah
Far pulled In Just ahead. Tho other
boys wcro so closo tint the II it 1 1 c
1 1 n gavo tbcin a wheel ul.ni.
After leaving tho public schools Ah
Far went to San Francisco and Chi
cago, whero ho studied am! worked.
Ho gained consldcrublo distinction ns
being tho first American born Chlncso
to vote nt a Presidential lection In
tho city, of Chicago. Ho wns very nc
tivc and Industrious, gaining many
friends wherever he went. Ilcturnlng
to tho islands ho secured employment
on census work.
.Seven brothers survivo Z.inc. Tho
oldest, Joseph V. T. Zanc, with tho
Insuraiico department nf C. Drawer &
Co., Is now tho mainstay of tho fam
ily. Tho father Is In Hongkong with
ono son, mid the mother and remain
ing children livo In Honolulu.
Tho Intcr-Islnnd steamer Wallclo,
with a largo shipment of general car
go nnd plantation supplies, wns dis-(
patched for Hawaii ports at noon today.
WOMEN DISCUSS PLANS
FOR BEAUTIFYING CITY
Discussion of mnny plnns for civic
Improvement wns tho Informal pro
gram yesterday afternoon nt a meet
ing held nt tho homo of Mrs. F. J,
liwrcy. Tho meeting wns called hy
tho ccntrnl committee ot tho .Outdoor
Circle of the Kllohann Ait League,
nnd trco-plnnttng, tho removal ot un
sightly fences, the billboard question
nnd other matters wcro talked over.
District committees are to bo OP'
pointed to organize neighborhood
clubs which hnvo as their first objects
tho removal of unsightly structures
nnd the benutlflcatlon of tho city.
Among those present yesterday were:
Mrs. B. A. .Jones, Mrs, V. A. Love,
Mrs. Illchnrdsoii, Mrs, Illnke, Mrs.
Qlgnoux, Mrs. Sherman, Mrs Audrn
dc, Mrs. Arthur Wall, Mrs. Kmll
llerndt, Mrs. J. II, Onlt. Mrs. Afong,
Mrs. Henry Wntcrhousc. Mrs. An
drews, Mrs. 55. "K. Myers, Miss Young.
Mrs..Vlchman, Mrs. Clarence Cooke,
Mrs. Oox, Mrs. A. I'. Tnvlor, Mrs.
Coombs, Mrs. Ocrrlt Wilder, Mrs.
Montnguo Cooke, Mrs. Walter timing,
ham, Mrs. Murphy, Mrs. John Walk
er, Mrs. Leech, Miss Lawrence, Miss
K. Ward, Mrs. W. L. Moore, Mrs.
Tho members of tho ccntrnl com
mittee of tho outdoor department ot
tho Kllohann Art League nro Mrs. 1
J. Lowrey, Mrs. Henry Wntcrhouse,
Mrs. Ocorgo Sherman, Mrs, C. M.
Cooke, Miss Kulnmanu Ward nnd Mrs.
SACRED CONCERT AT Y. M. C. A.
The MiieWntterH Quartet linn nr
rnnged n snercil concert to be given In
tho main lobby or tho Y M. ('. A. to
nioi row iifternoon at 4 o'clock Tim
following program will be rendered:
On tho Sen Dudley lluck
Fear Not Ye, () Israel lluck
He) ond the Wll-Tops Parks
Piano .Solo Amaranth Parks
Lnvcst Thou Me?
Sweet Siihbath Kvp
Just lifter the rlom or the concert
at f ,'n, the usual Sunday afternoon I
OK Muslim club will meet In Cooke Hull j
(' fj. I'ollnbt will lend the discussion I
on the timely topic. "Personal Political i
Service" The part which the goi.l '
men or the community should play In j
polities will he thoroughly diseased.
At S.an the usual supper will be served
In the cafeteria No admission will
be eharged to l)ie afternoon's program,
and all men of the city are Invited,
Tho Tcnyo Mam, sailing from Ho
nolulu with over two hundred Jnpnn
cso and Chinese passengers on April
P.Oth, Is reported to hnvo arrived at
TO SAIL SOON
Salvation Army Officer Is Clos
ing Visit With Special
On the return, by the strainer W (1.
Hall, of Colonel CI. rrenih of the Sal
vation Army nnd Mnjor J YV Mils to
Ilonolulu'from Kauai. Ma 8 thevguve
an enthusiastic account or the entcr
tulnmcnt, scenery nnd meetings enjoy
ed by them. In the Inst of their Hand
visitation. A large Hireling wns held
on Kiitial on Tlmrsdnj night In the
Hawaiian church, Nuvvlllwlli (in Fri
day, by nuto, the ofllcers went to beau
tiful Mime; through Kolo.i to Wnlmen.
where Colonel French and Major II
lis wcro entertained at the home or
Mr and Mrs. 11 r limit
A meeting wns held In the Hawaiian
church, where the pastor rendered nblc
assistance. On the following morning
the llrst meeting was held with Ihi'lgn
and Mrs. Lyman In the Salvation Ariuv
Hall of Kolon, und was n lurgt und In
teresting gathering Sumlnt morning
nt I.lhue, In thu Foreign church, the
colonel enjoyed n meeting with the
children. Mr. and Mrs. l.Mlgnte kind
ly entertained nt lunch In Koloa a
lino Junior demonstration was held
Colonel French spoke Interesting!) In
the Korean meeting. In the big meet
ing held In the Salvation Army Hall
u young woman rededlcutid lursclf
nnd will become a Salvation Arm sol
dier On Monday corps luxpeitluu was
held, ns In every corps vl.ltid
On Monday night u musluil program
was carried nut. Knpah.il lid the I la
vvullaii choir. Dr. nnd Mrs. titer
house took u prominent part, and tho
Philippine orchestra reiulered musk
with harp, violin nnd other Instru
ments. Colonel French i-pokc on tho
progress or .Salvation Army work In
all Its phase, on which subject be Is
so well Informed that what be has to
say Ih iiii cye-oponcr to the public Mr
Farley, an old-tliuo friend of the Sal
vation Army, entertained Col French
and Major Willis In Kolo.i. und on
Tuesday they were the guests or Mr
and Mrs. Wilcox Jr. An auto ride to
Llhiio nnd embarking on the W Q
Hall brought this part or the work to
an end, but on arriving In Honolulu
they round great preparations on foot
for tho llmrl meetings ot Colonel
French's ever-memorable visit. All
lire Invited to attend the meetings held
this week-end ill tho Ann) Hall To
night the cblldrcns' home In Mauoa
will be represented, the children tak
ing a very netlve part The matron.
StulT Captain McAbee and her assist
ant, Adjutant Long, will have much
to say itincrrnliiR this part or Army
warfare All day Sunday iiiiusual
meetings will be held lf tho Salvation
Army Hall, when -Colonel French mid
The King of All Cooking
Known in Domestic Science Schools and in Hotel
Kitchens as superior to butter
ASK YOUR GROCER
s led b til.
.Major Willis will be a
ulllctrx or all the coips
These met tings will be lirmiii it, d
b a revv special meetings r,,r the oih
ct rs Colonel French , p ets to ill
for the mainland Mux II. and hi i.itl
ihp.irturi is a source of muth rigid
In the Salvation Army
Col. Mansfield or Schoflold ll.irr.ickti
doesn't expect any chango In tho post
site for several years et.
MEMORIAL SERVICE HELD -,"1"1"1 l""1 -'" '"'.ires n..,
l-rtn Till- TiTMlin rr- r- ,,',M"' ,v'"1 "'r Hlen s.lnj. During
FOR THE TITANIC DEAD the nrvi.e Mr mmm pia.d th.,
A memorial hemic for the Titanic an s
dead ami lesciud was held mi Tliurs-I llopp A Co have n chiilci rclcctloii
i day uf this wek :il SI Vitgustlne's id rugs titicl cirpets In very latest tle-
Ch.ipel, Waiklkl Tho pastor. Ilex signs and colmlngs, lm hiding W II
Father Valentin, had been rcquctctP ton-, bod) llrus els Axminsiers, vel
to have kuih n service as In Honolulu'! V(ts, forestries In eveiy'sle from n
are relatives nf mini) or the unfortnn- mitt up to n dxl'.' Prli es an unolcd
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