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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. M, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912,
V C3 KrueMmoVtarJiCMlLACca't
TO AN EXTENT
The first time you tron a Laed-Front MOPART CORSET com-,
pare it carefully witli the corset you've been wearing.
Look for Style
You'll teo it in every line
Look for Comfort
'You'll feel It In every curve
Look for Quality
lt' there in materials and workmanship
De fitted to a MODART. Get the evidence of your own eyes on
yourself. Then use your own good judgment.
Our One Request Is TRY IT ON .
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Lid.
Fort Street and Deretanla Avenue Opposite Fire Station
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CHINESE PASTOR CHARGED WITH
HAVING TW0W1VES IN HONOLULU
Whether the lists- l.nl .S.u.'hlneae ImliN all of the properly that formerly
pin tor and lUrllellianl In iiimi. rims ('"nKPil lo l-ul Hay.
simiifrilul ontii.il-H In ll"'"'"'"'"-,lmri.c,i to Mil Hay by Ills. Hev. IMrker
ii iiimiliir of i i lira. leullj liuliiluol In
poljKniny In tin extent of iniilntisliiliu; ;
tun les lure, cun fnll lieeplu,; the
kmmleilKe II inn i-ni h wife up to the
time of IiIh ilenlli, wish the lull listlllf
iiii'ltloii th.it ninie up fur iiiljiulleatlou
III Oitult JiuIk" I'oiipti's mult this
NilitisroiiH wltneHKt'8, Mime of whom
xwuro to loiouleitKc that he hail mar
ried both wim it, oiisi ii Hawaiian wo
man ami lliu siting ii I'lilusw, wile
ealhil, the ease bs'liiK u Mill to quiet
title. In tlin property forms rly held hy
Mil Say, now hslil hy the ('Illume wife
hy right of the will lelt li the sle
reaneil. I,i hela Itolis'rtnon, tlu llu
wnllaii womiiii nppearliiK ax plaintiff
in llin preisnt iiitiou, Pari uiral tlill
Iron that she iihxuIhI. iii the wllueia
Htnusl, are iilvo Hit olTKpiliiK of Mil
Say I. inn Hhee, iiIIim s'luiu; l.imi, the
Chilli Be wife, St. the ilefriulant who
of Kuwalahao thurrh, anil that no far
iih flie knew the horn) of wedlock wax
perfsctly IpkiiI and proper
Oust ultneHH, a J'IiIih'ho Interpreter,
Hworn that lot knew hotli woiiitn dm
Inn I.nl 'Sny'K life; knew tlult hotli
were the Chinaman's, wives and that
they did not know of, each other'H e
lutence. At that time, ho averred, Mil
Hay ri'Hlded with hla Chins no wife In
n Josh liuuKe In one part of tlio city,
hut spent his Intervening time with
the Hawaiian wlfs In the opposltn m-s".
Hon of town. The man whoso reputa
tion la hrotiKht Into spiestlnn In the
present lienrlnif illeil ahout uliin ys'iirx
HK, mid the CjlilueHo wife lias, s-on-tlniied
to hold uiiillHpuleil possession
of his property up to the time this suit
Attorney f W Ashford nppenrH as
inunxi-l for the plaintiff, mid A H
lluiuphreys fur the defendant
I'liml atinottticcmetit was matlo yes
terduy of tlic notiihlo program wltli
which will he lominenioiateil the Jul)'
lli'o year of the fouinlltii! of tlio llpl
copal clmrcli In Hawaii and the tenth
tear of American Jurlmllclloii.
The occasion In tlio tenth animal
mpnflni? nf thn (TnliViirnllnti it llin
. Missionary District of Honolulu, and
with lllsliop Willis nf Tonga, whosa
1 labors hroniilit libout lately tlio prefl
lent HtainlitiB of Iho Atmllcan I'nmmu
nlnn In Hnwall, hero to attend tlio ox.
orclsos, the program is doubly nota
bio. Illslinp and Mrs. Willis will list
gnosis (if-honor at an "At-lloino" Bliort.
ly to bo glen In Davlcs Momorlal
Hall by the students and alumni asso
ciation of loliuil College.
Tim order of meetings and sen Ices
of tlio jubilee program follows. All
the meetings are public mid much In-
toroit has already been manifested in
Saturday. May 25.
Celebration of tlio Holy Communion
nt 10 a. in. Celebrant thn lllHbop, I;pl
Btoler the Hov. IJ. 1). Wtillati', (lospel
st the Nsv. 1 W. Morrill
Meeting of Convocation for nrganl
zatlnn III Hie Memorial Hall imniedl
nti'ly after tlio service. MsotliiB of
convocation for business at 2 3U p. tn.
In the Metnoilnl Hall.
Whitsunday, May 26.
7 a. in. -Celebration of the Holy
Communion. Tho Hov. W. 11 Kenton
Smith; Kplstoler, the ltev. J K. I5o
dol. Gospclor. tho Ilov. W. S. Short
9 15 a m Hawaiian service. Col
obratlon of Hie Holy Communion hy
the lit. Ilov. Alfred Willis, D. D.;
preacher, lllsliop WII1K
11 u. m. Celebration nf the Holy
Communion. Celebrant, the HI Rev.
the Dlsliop of IJonolulu; lJplatoler, the
ltev. Canon rotwine; Uospeler, tlio
Rev. D. I), Wallace. The lllsliop at
this service will deliver bis annual ad
3 p. in. Dedication of St. Marj'o
Mission House, Mollllll. Clergy pleaio
come with vestments. All Interested
7-30 p. m. I'nlled BcrUce. Short
addresses; The American Indian, tho
ltev. P. W Men 111: Tonga, by lllsliop
Monday, May 27.
Meeting In the Interest of Christian
lMucatlnn, at 2:30 p. m In tho Memo-i
1 What Can Wo Do to Tleacli tho
Children In n Country Church? Tho
ltev. 1 W. Morrill.
1 Lights and Shadows of Child
hood. Hy Mrs. Jos. M. Kennedy.
3 Tho I.lttlo Ones. MIsb Van Deer
lln. 4 Chinese, dirts. Mrs. Councils.
5 UoyB of Hawaii. Major Q. C.
C Tho Parish School and ItH (Ibcs.
Tho Hov. J. K. Hoilel.
7:4fs p. m. Tho Convocation assem
blcs for business and to hear from tlio
missionaries of the DlRtrlct Hoard as
to tho conditions of tholr fields tho
Itov. W. II. rcntonSmltli, the Ilov. V.
W. Morrill, tho Itov. D. D. Wallace;
also to hear from tlio Ilev. J. K. Ilodul
and tlio Itov. F. N. Cullon.
Tuesday. May 28, Woman's Auxiliary
10 30 a. in. Celebration of tho Holy
Communion at tho Cathedral. Cele
brant, tho lllsliop; Pplstoler, tho Hov.
P, W. Merrill; (lospotcr. tlio Hov. .1.
K. Ilodcl; Preacher, tlio Hov. W. 8.
Short. After tho service, adjourn
ment will bo mudo to tlio Memorial
Hull for organization and business.
I.tinclicun will bo served by tho wo
men of St. Clement's. Parish and St.
Andrew's Oulld In tho dlnlug-room oil
St. Andrew's Priory nt 1 p. m.
Order of Duslness.
1 Hcports of Diocesan olIlcorB.
2 Appointment of olllcoru by tho
3 My Field and Its Needs. The
Itov. P. N. Ciilleu.
4 Hoport of Committee on St.
C Tlio Year nt St. Mary's. Miss
0 Report of Junior Auxiliary,
7 (slllld work told In brief.
S--Words ft out those ut work.
Wednesday, May 29.
Heccptlcm given by tho Hawaiian
Congregation to lllsliop Willis and !
Itlng clergy, from 8 to 10 p. in., nt tlio
residence of tho lllsliop of Honolulu.
All rhurcli peoplo mid friends nro
Invited. No Invitation other than this
will bo Issued,
Thursday, May 30.
Dinner given by tho Church Club In
tho llishops, clergy and lay delegates
at tlio Pntllle Club, at 7 p. m.
Trinity Sunday, June 2.
Bishop Willis will preach nt 11 a. in.1
At 1 p, in., tho Alien Mackintosh Mc-
morlnl Tower will bo dedicated.
On Monday, at 7-4ri ji. m., a moot
ing will bo held In tlio Duvlvs .Memo
rial Hall, when historical papers vvrlt-j
ten hv Sisters Ileatrtco and Alhertlna,'
by .lames lloyd, Solomon Mehoula, i:.
Stiles mid others will bo read.
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WE are without a doubt
showing the best and
largest line of Quality
Clothes in town today. Every J
suit this season represents the
best there is in workmanship
You'll appreciate what good PTI
clothing is when you see ' this line.
We offer every possible advantage
in purchasing one of these suits.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
"I nm tho yoiiiicoBt of r.oven nit.
"Croat Scott! What Is tlio ago of
Teacliqt Just tlilnl
boys may bo President some slay! All
who want lo ho Piesldetit stand up,
(All Blood up oMopt lltllo Willie.)
Teacher Wouldnt you IIUo in
President, Willie? I
Wllllo Yub'iii, but 1 cun'l.
Tuncher Why, Willie?
Wllllo Uecauso I'm a Democrat
Honlefis (to her
Tho biggest sponge In the world In
a llaliuma, six ieet 111 clicumferenco
iimiI tvwi ffft hi illimipl-r. sliniied Rtilne
llttlo Kiiost) So tMllK )K uKi fllt biscuit or a. bride's
you sioiri mini gas at your nouso ai tuKo tllllt falUl, , riHl,
nil f ,
Uiirnlliu Ol. (w. l.ntnn.l. .t.'nU lill
Alijoue or ou f JBll W() 180 u BClU ,iy u,1PBrnl,lf
Oerinun hotel keepers would rather
see iiu Auierk-an arrival thuu one of
llo I .. sl.n-o ,, l,n,.oo tnr ll, "" imiivi iiiiisi'isssiisy llirj mitt, lliu
imposition of an Income tax. aooU1ri,l,u",,", ut "''' I'' l'uler. I
bo. thing, too. , ... . . ., ,, , .1
BIioUyob. George; and you must pay ' l'' "'l'l "7 eonsldsred of
,.u i,i sv u w, ,.n ,i..r in-i i.Jwirli slight liuportmico that fnths-rsshs
" i tint I fi-illlslik In .Mini liiilul u ti t tliilr
sn't il "isssiiiJ u -iiint ssssisc n "t ssivii ,
Blrl lialili'b They nuinbir them
keep ui) appearanceu.
It is nlU'gi'il th.it stemnirs nn the
Ithlnu tint niKiiKo In heavy tourist
tralllc hi summir, s-ariy oul one life,
boat for nn aw-iuge loud of JOUi) p.is
MiiKsrs The (lerinaii newsp ipsrs mo
ilfinundlllb' an ullkl.il llHeallgutluli.
Miipr IMker of Clovclaiisl, In an
open letter to (lovrrnor Harmon,
thargi'd that II 11 Mooie, the gov
ernor's political lleiitsuaut, Is circu
lation evil teports mid dlstoited views
uf Woodrow Wilson,
The nlh.itrnss, according to observ
ers, has hi-en known to follow u ship
for two months without uvor being seen
A Greater Honolulu
"Things are happening no fast In
Hawaii nowadays that one nearly for
nets what happened the day before.
Hull" don't forget that tlio Canal will
ho opened before Iho second grinding
season Is hers1, and tlis-n a goml many
things will be s-omlng'nur way wheth
er wo are leady for them or not. Hot
ter get ready now" Newspaper Kill
"Honolulu should begin to get ready
for the canal In more ways than one.
The city Ik growing right away from
many people mid they are due tn mi
uwnKcnliig when some outsider comes
in nud grabs tho good things from
under their very noses." Newspaper
"Can't )ou believe that Honolulu Is
growing, nud bound to grow- more?
If so try to llguro out how many llrst
class cafes and rathskellers this city
would have supported three years ago
It's the new population that's doing
It now', and the people aro coming In
Increased numbers on every stvam
tlilp from evory dlri'ctlou " News
paper Kdltorlal Comment
Assessed value of Hawaii property was increased, approximately,
$ 30,000,000 by the 1912 Territorial assessment. The increase in taxable
values in the next three years will be still greater in proportion, because
ACTUAL property values will treble.
Ovor two million dollars worth of building is
in course of construction in Honolulu to
day. Tho Canal .will soon bo in actual uso and its
completion means an increase in Pacific
All the groat gains in population shown by the
last census were in tlio West and
Hawaii is a part of tho Great West.
Gain in Pacific Coast population is
bound to show a future gain In Hawaii
Among tourists who visit us now, are many
future Hawaii residents, They see Ha
waii's great future, even though you do
After 1915 everyone who counts, will know
Hawaii as a Tenitory of tlio United
States and not as the Sandwich Islands,
for Hawaii will have a $150,000 exhibit
at the Great Pan-Pacific Exposition in
San Francisco, Hawaii from that time
on will be visited by moie American
tourists than any other part of the world,
And they'll come from Europe, too,
Tourists aj'e -coming already in greater num
bers than ever before. H. P. Wood says
tho 1912 summer travel here will be the
greatest, we ever had.
Increased travel means a gi eater Honolulu,
and a greater Honolulu means a great
increase in Hawaii piopeity values.
You Really Ought To See Now Tlio
10 Minutes Front the Heart of Honolulu
If you can't Ret away today or tomorrow telephone and we will
call and make an appointment to take you out to see the Makiki
property at your convenience.
Oliver G. Lansing,
80 Merchant Street
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