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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1912.
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
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The Oncrn House was lllled InHt
evening to hear tlio lecttiro by Bliss
Knapp. C. S. U, a member or inu
Ilonnl of Lectureship of Tho Mother
Church, The First Church of Christ,
Scientist, In Boston, Murk.
Tlio lecturer was Introduced by Mrs.
IMnn K. Scott, who sold
"I'rU'iulH I am very happy to wel
come von hero this ovenlnK on behalf
of First Church of Christ. 8clentlRt, In
Honolulu. Tho church la pleased to
lime Ihla opportunity to offer you a
lecture on Christian Science by one
who Is authorized to speak on tho sub
ject n tho lecturer tliln evening Is.
Christian Sclcnco Is so widely discuss
ed today, and olio hears so many opin
ions expressed about It, that most peo
ple are Interested to bear what some
0110 has to say who knows from actual
experience what Christian Science Is
and what It docs. The aim or the
lecture Is not to prosoUto or to tnko.
from anv one hero any really good or
helpful thing lie mav liave. Thon-I
sands of people the world over have.
Leon helped out of sickness and sin
by tho teaching of this new-old roll-J
Klon and most of them are ready to
give tho reason for tho faith that It'
In them. Thoy aro happy to sharu
what has done them good with nil
those who wish in share It.
"Tho Mother Church In Boston
mnlntnltiR n board of lectureship.
whose work It is. through tho lectures
of Its members, to glvo the public n
dear Idea of what tho teachings of
Christian Science aro and to glvo facts
concerning Mrs. Kddy's llfo and work.
It glvca mo pleasure to Introduce to
you tho lecturer of tho evening, Mr.
Illlss Kunpp, C. S. II., who Is a mem
ber of tho Hoard of Lectureship of The
Mother Church, Tho rirat Church of
Christ, Scientist, In Bgston, Mass,"
Mr, Knapp said
"Ono of the earliest ways of gaining
an insight Into the realm of Ood was
given by Moses In tho Ten Command
inents. He led pcoplo to think of the
dlvlno tint lire as manifested not
through a form but through wcll-dolln-ed
laws. Idolatry bad Its origin in
thinking of Ood as a form. When
men undertook to fnshlon what they
might coneclvo tho precise form of
God to be thoy became thereby Idoln
tors, against which wo havo the sec
oiul commandment of tho Decalogue.
Ar dltlno Principle, manifesting Ills
power. Intelligence, mid loving kind
ness through wcll-dollncd laws. He
can bo understood.
Not an Opinion.
"Many people havo asked tho (mon
ition, 'How do you know that Christian
Science Is nut the result of nn opin
ion?' Wo might to advantago draw
some analogy from mathematics. Tho
textbook writer of mathematics con
fines himself to stating tho facts con
ccrnlng tho mathematical law with
such accuracy and truth that when tin
derstood and obejed they may bo
demonstrated. liven so Mrs. Hddy
confined bcrsclt to stating tho facts
The Hughes Musical
Will present, for the first time
Now playing to crowded
houses in New York
New Songs. and New Dances Never Before Seen or Heard in Honolulu
TWO PERFORMANCES NIGHTLY
First Show Starts at 7; 1 5 Second Show Starts at 8:40
Prices, either show, only 10c, 20c, 30c
MUUfltb CO...LUI uu, OriurcUc, Al I tin bUUU
concerning the divlno law or 'Spirit of
truth,' with such precision and sim
plicity that when understood and
obeyed, they may bo demonstrated In
henllng all manlier of sickness and sin.
Therein Is It Science Therein Is It
cllmtnnted from the realm of opinion
Mrs. Eddy Honored.
"It may be of Interest to learn that
the Rlmpln rending of Science nnd
Health has healed disease nnd Rln.
'I his Is the more notnblc Blncc it la tho
om ynook since tho writings of tho
prlmltvlu Christians tn effect cures ol
mind und body by the simple study'
and contemplation of Its truths. Tho
last chapter of this textbook, called
'fruitage.' contains n hundrod pages
of testimonials In cvldcnco of tho fact
that tho slmplo study of the book has
benled Biioh diseases as consumption,'
locomotor ataxia, cancers, tumors, cur-'
vnturo of the spine, nnd ro on. In rec
ognition of her distinguished services
the French government has honored
Mrs. IMdv by causing M. llrlond, at
that time minister of public Instruc
tion nnd lino nrts, to decorate Mrs,
Kddy oltlcrr of the French Academy.
It Is a most fitting way of recognizing
in ncr n wormy interpreter of the Bi
ble. This Christian Science textbook
Is not a Bible, nnd It enn noor dis
place the Bible Ha pole purpose Is so.
to unlock the spiritual meaning of tliul
Bible as to recnl the power of Itsi
tiernni iriiiiis. in order that all may
employ them for healing nnd reformation
"Mrs. Hddy has presented the under
standing of this Christ inu wild snel.
simplicity nnd accuracy that ecn the!
children and oung people can gain
Its spiritual meaning which reveals
the power and presence of Ood, nnd
thereby liberates tlicm from suffering
nnd sin of every sort. This is on the
basis that tho cause of disease is men
tal. Diseases of n mysterious sort nrr
today on tho Increase and somo arc I
considered by many to be Incurable.
iwiriiuinu science ncais all sucli dis
eases. It Is possibly truo that seventy-five
per cent of thoso who aro Chris
tian Scientists today have been healed
by Its ministrations after reputable
phyRlclans hnve given them up as be
yond all bone of recovery, nnd nil on
the basis of the Christian Science!
teaching that disease in Its causo Isi
not physical but mental Consump
tloh, for example, Is considered by
many to be an Incurable disease. It Is
considered that no known drug or
medicine can heal consumption In Its
advanced stages, Therefore tho usu
nl method of today Is to resort to what
Is known as tho nature euro; outdoor
life, exercise, and puro air are resort
ed to In the hopo of nbntitig tho white
plague, as It Is called It Is generally
conceded that consumption Is largely
a consuming fear nnd manifestly no
drug or medicine can cure fenr. Tho
Blblo declares that 'fear hath torment'
but 'perfect loo casteth out fear.' Onn
of tho largest factors In alt disease Is'
fear, and there la no known remedy,
for fear of anv Bort, save only tho tcn-l
derness nnd compassion of unaelfcd
Love. It Is that undcrHtandln of Cod,
ns divine I.ovc that ennbles the Chrls-
tlan Scientist to cast out the fear of
consumption nnd destroy Its phslcal.
effects. ();i this nniiio bnsls Christian
science heals cancers, tumors, nneu
monln, locomotor ataxia, etc., heals
them permanently. The carnal so-
cnllcd mind cannot effect n perma
nent euro because this carnal mind la
tho source, origin, nnd cause of dis
ease, and the mime mind which pro
duces dlsenso cannot destroy It. If
there seems tp bo n euro It Is n caso
of a grcator error covering up but not
healing n leaser error.
"Theso fruits of Christian Science,
Rprend over a, period of nearly half a
century, have done moro to chango the
thought of tho world to higher Ideals
than any religious statement or teach
ing of modern times. They have dial
leiigetl attention to tho fact that spir
itual teaching imprnvea tho health as
well as the morals of men. Such di
vine chnrndcrlsticR as health and life,
which nro reflected through man. can
no moro be nnuulled, disintegrated, or
deatroyed than can Ood Himself; nnd
wo snvo ourselves by tho conscloua
recognition of that fact."
SOME FEATURES OF
SAN FRANCISCO EXHIBIT
Tho local commission hnvlng In
charge the exhibit that llawiill Intends
to iiiiiKh nt the coming exposition In
San I'ralu'lsio has been notified of 'I
fiu of the Intt resting exhibits that
have been arranged for up to date
Aiming them will bo the presence of
the three "caravils" that were con
plcuous nt the. World's Talr In Chi
cigo In 71)1 The)' lire exact counter
1'irtn of the Med of ('iiluiiibiiH The
Chicago Knights of l'uluinliiin are be
hind this movement. The caravils
have bei ii (artfully priscrveil jdnce
18!) I It Is planned to float them In
tlie j m lit harbor that Is to lie u na
ture of the exposition
i Heroic Balboa Statue.
A heroic statue of Balboa, over
looking the I'urlllu from tin, exposi
tion grounds, will prnbnbly he erected
P Hiinlii In honor of the great discov
erer In time tn be dedicated whin tho
gates of the I'unamii-I'aclllc Imposi
tion are opened
Intel est In Spain In the exposition
was will rule i tul In the warmth of
wilcoine extendi l to the World's Pair
Commission nt Madrid by King Al
A mammoth building .for the expo
sition re presenting nil of the New Ihig
laud States, and costing aliout .',
000,001) Is the plan now being fostered
by tin .Now England Association of
California The Legislature tit Huston
ahe.idj has appropriated J 350.000 to bo
used as part of a Joint building fund,
If other Now Kiigland States agree
Tho Hawaiian bund will gin n pub
lic moonlight concert this evening In
Kimnii Square at 7 30 o'clock The
March Our Now Director . Blgelo-v
flinrtiii-ii Im ill. 1l,i Urn,,...
lute rmezo -Pretty Wmnen.. Ilergei
Selection Tnnnbauser . . Wugiur
iVocnl Hawaiian Songs ,Ar bj lle-g r
He lection The, Old Town. .. Lu UrJ
I Walt? 1001 Nights Struus
i rin.ilo- Clean t'p the Strit .Muriui
1 The Star Spjiiglcd Banner.
(Continued trom Psqe 1)
consolation from tho fnct that they
did the best they could, which we sln
ttrely believe, nnd no moro could lie
asked of anyone With the conscious
ness of having done their best, they
enn rest lu the belief that nothing
that tlinj could have done tn cause
victory to perch upon their banners1
wns overlooked Success Is gome-1
thing Hint does not come to every'
person In the world, no Inntter how
hard they Rtrlve, and many never
even see the gleam of succesH, mil
mutter how much effort they put
forth or how hnid nnd faithfully they1
labor But the self-satisfaction of
having fought u good lleht. and liav-1
Ing "put the best foot forward" will
nlvvajs be n source of pride to thoRo
who really try. no mnttor how D.inie
Fortuno seems disposed to look upon
As yet the winners nre not known
the Immense) rush or business which
utmost overwhelmed the Contest De
partment, and the large amount of
work and UiencccBslty of waiting for
tho nrrlvnl of the ballotR of outside
candidates mailed by 9 o'clock Satur
day night, necessary In nronerlv hand
ling this business, making It Impos-j
slble to hold the final count until
Wednesday evening, but thoso who nie
shown to bo winners by this lluaj
count muy rest assured that their re
wards will not be long withheld from
them They will very hoon be nbln
to enjoy the fruits of their work, nnd
this enjoyment will prove so delight
ful that they will l,ook back upon the
work donu unci exclnlm: "And nil
thla for the little work I did"
Naturally, Saturday's business was
tlio greatest day's work of the con
test, and many nnd many a story
might be told of the work done nnd
hopes aroused in the hearts of tho
varioiiB contestants sometime wo
may be able to narrate some of theso'
stories, all of which nro Indeed In
teresting, telling, ns they do, of the
efforts put forth by many of the can
didates that they might win what thoy
had set their hearts upon securing
'I he Filial Count.
The final count of votes, which will
absolutely determine the winners, will
be held next Wednesday evening, Juno
2C, In the business office of tho Bul
letin, Alakea street, beginning nt 8
o'clock. This count will be In charge
of Messra John Sopcr of the Hawaii
an News Co; Oliver O. 1-inslng, the
re.il estate operator; Ceo, II Curtis,
manager of Jordan & Co, Win Biit-
teraby, advertising manager or N S
Sachs Co , nnd Merle Johnson, treas
urer of II F Wlchm.iu & Co, assist
ed by an able) corps of iiicountnnts,
Tlie unquestioned standing and Integ
rity of these gentlemen, who will have
no interest In the contest except to
canvass the vote carefully and me
thodically at the request of tho B u I
letln, assures every candidate that
this final 'counting will bo nn abso
lutely fair mid Impartial ono.
Outcome In Koulit.
Bending the linn cuiivnsslng of tho
voto there Is no telling who will prove
the winners of the seventeen splendid
prizes, hut many nnd many a home In
Honolulu und the outside territory Is
nil aflutter with Intense excitement
today. Tho reason for this la not
hard to account for, ns the prospect
of so aoon claiming tho prhes la al
most too much to anticipate. But It
will soon be over nnd the 1'Jt'J completely-equipped
Touring Cur, tho prle of a lifetime;
tho elegant 5Ti0 "Itemlngtun" player
planoa, or tho round trips to San
Francisco, tho perfect 1100 diamond
rings; tho Solid Gold Wntcbes, and
the trips to Kllnuea or Honolulu und
icturn, will soon bu In possession of
the young women who have proven
themselves possessed of real energy
and Industry, jtood campaigners und
thoroughly appreciative of the oppor
tunities offered them by The Bull e
tin a llttla over two short mouths
llallol-llox l)('inlled In II ink.
Shortly after the hour of i) o'clock
the ballot-box was accutoly sealed
and delivered Into the custody of Mr
W It Fnrrlngton und n committee) of
contestants piesent, who carried It to
the safety deposit vaults of tho Wut-
erhouso Trust Co, where It will le
pose until Wednesday evening, und
will then bu taken to the olllee of the
Bulletin fur tie lln.tl count
Professor L. A Wnlte of Cornell
who is ii visitor here, uclluvca that tho
tourist tide to Hawaii la not one-third
of what It will be shortly
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