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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, RATTJIJDAY, MAY 311013. f Y 71 r - 1i A S .fa. it-I - H i : 4: ' i :!' 1 i .'-'. :r' 1 1 M it - .iOTIIEP. SO POORLY Could Hardly Care for Chil dren Finds Health in Lydia E. Pinkham'i Veg ; table . Compound. i i Bovina Center, N.Y.-' For six years I have cot had as good health as I have now. i was very ycung when my firct baby was born an J my health was very bad after thL I was not regular and I had pains in nj back and was so pocrly that I couIJ hardly taxe care cf my two childre.1. I doctored with sev-j eral doctors but get no better. They, tol J me there was no mtBt important agency for the promo Lelp. without an operation. I haveuseJ tlon of religious life Is the church. Lydia L Pinkham'a Vegetable Com-J n0 other institution shculd . be per pound and it has helped me wonderfully. mitted to supplant it cr ignore its I do most of my own work now and take ; primacy. The Young Men's Christian care of my children. I recommend your ' Asscc'atfon reaffirms Its historic pol rcroedies to all suiTering women." Icy of absolute loyalty to the church. Mrs. WlLIARD A. GrjUlAM, Care cf and reasserts its intention to recog IWORTHTuTTLE,BovinaCenter,N.Y. I nlze in all its activities the pre-emi- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- n?co c Jhe church, the extension of jruia uiiumouii itbCBU1; wlu. whoso influence is the primary pu pound, made from native roota and )f thft assoclatioB. ucrus, wuuuus uv luuwun i;uimui i - drugs, and today holds the record of being the most successful remedy wo - know for woman's ills. If you need such a medicine why don't you try it ? If you Tiavo the slightest doubt icMiumui i that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcseti lle Compound will hrlnyoo, writs he and rovt sortn America to Lydia E.Pinkham MedicineCo. I TIfLV PRINCIPAL OBJECTIVE OF (confidential) Lyun.Mass.,fornI- THfi ASSOCIATION The assoc'ation vice. Your letter will be opened, j aims supremely at bulldmg up the read and answered by a woman, j kingdom of Christ among men by us and held In strict confidence iDg it3 influence and "equipment to mmmmmmtmmmmmmmimmmm l,;a( toys and men to beCome diSCtpItfti I cf Jesus Christ as their divine Lord Secretary of the Navy lranicls is tol and Saviour, by inducing, them to en visit , the Pacific coast on an inspec-lroll themselves publicly as members tlon tour In July. of ' some branch of the : organized Kwr oners' '"ANkMiaAfflE The Most Pretentious VALENTINE REPORT SHOWS Y. 51. C. A, iD CHURCH BEAR CLOSE RELATION One of the most Important commis- ' f'on r crts pp seated at the inter i national con ventlcn of the VVVui? ! Mrn's bristian Aswrfiatlcn la Cm- -:ri'nali. Ohio, ten days ago. was thai upon the relation of the Y. M. 0. A. to the church. The report was worked up by 'President Frank L. Sanders, fur mrly deatj of the divinity-' school' cf Yale l.'niverslty, and a committee coin prsed of prominent business men. min isters and asso'at'en secretaries. The report describes at length the? h'storic attitude f the Ycung Men's Christian Association as an . Interde nominational movement organized for the purjose cf winning men to the Christian life and encouraging the to to become church men: bers. It de scribes the relaticn of the two great cican'a tiers at some length and en-Js with the following resolutions: ur ATTin-np np tup scan. c;atio to THE ruiinni-Th-? THE SPFCTFIO FUNCTION OF Tllfi ASSOCIATION f The Ycung Men's Christian Association recognizes ns Its field of peculiar responsibility sndopportunity the promotion by ail suitable methods of the.nbyslcal. in- - . . . . 'T V. . iuectua!, . social and somnni welfare and Company of 26, Presenting ! 1 Vaudeville -A 1 .-. &. BELL. 2 ; church, and by helping them to de velop Christian character and effi ciency. 'Whatever else the associa tion attempts to do is directly or in directly a contribution to this supreme j purpose.'; ". ; A RELATIONSHIP OF FREEDOM 1 M PORTANT The efficient realiza tion or the great objective of the as sociation Involves a rel Independence of managemeut, us, directore bein? free to deteindnc the policy which will make most effective the trained lead ership and ample equipment .cf the association. The asosication reaffirms the bread principle that Its responsi ble control shall remain In the hands of these who have personally accented Christ as their Saviour, and Mho have rhewn their sympathy with the su-' pieme purpose of the association by membership in an evangelical church. CO-OPERATIVE RELATIONSHIPS The association recognized the value and need of other organizations for work among men and - boys, which stand In closer relationship to the or- Lganized churches, and with which it desires to co-operate in harmony and useful helpfulness. It likewise recog nized the legitimate existence, in every large city, of many civic, social and reformatory movements with which it should be friendly and sym pathetic. It stands, ready to co-operate with such interests in so far as they affect the field for .which it holds it self responsible. It pledges Its hearty support to general church movements tending to arouse the men and boys of the churches to the efficient exercises of their religious and public duty. IN CASE OF CONFLICTIONS - When any conflict of Interests iias arisen between the association and the organized church, it is the clear duty of the association to take the initiative toward a friendly adjustment. , .''' NEW FIELDS AND AGENCIES Conscious of the vast extension of op i'ortunltles for service at the present time, as compared with those of any former day, and realizing as well the complexity of the present relationship MlISlC Mall- Cyclists Par Excellence Valentine "ft Bell Comedy de Luxe Offering i Jp pilar Hotel SL, opp TONIGHT AND The Great Chinese Magician from Hongkong in mystifying stunts and clever tricks.: The equal of anyone ever seen here. See him extract himself from an iron cage. Prices 50c-, 30Ci 20c Children 15c Tonight! Admission Y C TICKETS ON SALE AT Y. M. C. A. OFFICE. between itself and the church, the as sociation again affirms Its repsonsibil ity for co-operation' with the church and with the agencies it may create, In meeting the emergencies of today. j It looks upon any necessary teadjust ' ment as a change of application, but not of principle. It regards, itself as a pioneering agency, as an experiment ing center, a3 a religious laboratory on behalf of the church in relation to the manifold Interests of men and boys. . It particularly seeks efficiency In fmding a point of contact between the church of Christ and the young men and boys, under various classifi cations - for whom the church Is not ! equipped to take f ull responsibilitv; To these the association addresses it self. From the. rapid development of Its classified types of work and of the special. lines ':of Interest which It pro motes. It is evident that the associa t icn has peculiar advantages for ' the development of the ex presslonal ac tivities of each community for men and boys. V: .,'.;;- ) . :. FOREIGN - WORK--tbe Association recognizes an obligation ' to send vrep lesentatives to the fjDTeigii field, in or der to establish the" wl pf ve .Young Meiv's Christian As808l ff &rlif lands as a nationar movement in each country. It purposes to tjari its work to the promotion of ibsqiaW Inter ests of the men andj boys ln! Ihose t cu'ntries and to furh'sh ionly suchJ leadership as seems to,be imperatively needed for the proper deirelopmfit of their loyalty to thVcburckV't t RELATION TO THE COMMUNITY The assotlation recognizes an obli gation for the solution of certain . im pcrtant . problems in the association community life. It has always pro moted the spirit of unity and comity among the churches of all denomina tions. It .willingly accepts VrespohsU bility through its rapid growing couu try organizations for many needy rural fields. It assumes its share of respon sibility in relation to the problems pre sented by labor organizations, by im migrants and by industrial conditions. In dealing with these and slmp'er in terests, it co-operates, with all the agencies working for. the hetterment of conditions in our own country. EVANGELISTIC POLICY From tts beginning the assoclatldn has laid em phasis upon evangelistic effort. In re cent years other organizations have Itrgely assumed Its early work of res cue and redemption, leaving It more responsible for the work of education and prevention.' The association be lieves strongly in bringing young men to a definite dec'sion to accent Jesu . Christ as their Lord and Saviour, ani yet would also affirm i Its . faith in the broader educational evneelisn. tnrcugn rengicus tra:nmg. wnica nnis!njgnt ns rcndering of "Ave. Maria' its fruitage in ripened character and wa3 an artistic Derformance. leligicus efae'encv. I Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. O: It doesn't make any difference, a blue serge suit always look well if it is made by Geo. A. Martin, The Tailor, cf his guaranteed not-to-fade serge. Only twenty-five, too. mk for the postal delivery service to be established July 1st, 1913. MA NOAITES and KAIMUKIITES. you are particularly referred to. Re member the Postmaster requests that receptacles be in position to facilitate the service. "' Our Special Sale Boxes of various sizes and styles at extremely interesting prices. 50c, 75c, $1.25 wil buy a box that will meet every requirement. More money buys better one,' ; ... .' 4 ., .;' .:'' -" m;-' ' ..' IksaiFe Y. M. C. A. . i MONDAY ONLY (amehameha Boys Hall 50 Cents ; Tonight will be the , last chance Honolulahs " will have to see ' Cressy and Dayne. The couple has made a lasting impression on local theater goers and there are many funny things Cressy has said that will nev er be forgotten,,. , ; . . .. During the short time he has been in Honolulu he has tried to master Cressy the art of surf riding. As yet he has not .teen able to sLand on his head while the board is afloat, though he has managed to do it several times when the breakers have taken pos session of both himself and the board.' It has been intimated that there is soon to be a Cressy skit, the scene laid ..somewhere between two waves in the surf. . PrnfoQcrti Antrar will o 1 arv Via a fcature of tonight's performance. He has-become quite a favorite here and his part in the Cressy and Dayne en- l gagement- has been . welcome." : Last . ., m m . 1 s ! A TTV cr A French liner struck a mine while leaving Snr.yrna. and v?as blown up. It is not known how many of the 206j people atoard were savea. British : government ministers so fear the attacks of suffragettes that they are avoiding all public meetings. Women's Note Chicago men alone pay- over $5,000,000 a year, for their hats. CIKY 8- DAME VILL CLOSE HERE I TONIGHT I Will A, GLEE CLUB KILL GIVF FIRST CONCERT The members of the Kamehameha Glee Club will make their Initial ap pearance before a Honolulu audience when thty will gather in the games hall of the Young Men's Christian As sociation this evening and render a three-part musical program consist ing of vocal selections, quartette and ensemble singing and piano numbers. ; A concert givtn by the club last wiek before the members of the Ka mehameha tchools and their friends la the assembly hall proved to be a marked success, and it Is evident that the concert this evening will be even betkr. Kamaalnas and mall hints alike, who are lovers of Hawaii an music, will find the concert a rare musical treat. The program follows: PAIlT ONE The Song of Prince Rupert's Men., , Thayer A Summer's Lullaby . . . ..... Gibson Medley . . . . . ..... ... .... . . . Original Fiona Solo: , : (a) Cracovienne Fantastique . . , . Paderewski (b) Toccata -.. Leschetighy i Miss Edith Gatfleld Quartets-Four Jolly Sallormen .... Messrs, Hobbs, Kaleialii, Manoha and Amos Spinning Song . . . . . . , . . .... . Seifert The Wandering Singers' Patrol, Clark PART TWO " A Group of College Songs - PART THREE Hawaiian Songs ' Alona Oe . " BILLY REEVES TO The manner in which the Billy Reeves comedy skit. "A Night In an English Music Hall," was recelved,by Bijou patrons during the past week, has warranted the management to continue this clever and fun produc ing turn for several evenings. Reeves and his company of sixteen assist ants promise some new and side splitting additions to the repertoire of songs, gags, specialties and mono-, legue. '. '. : ; . :., Ye Liberty Theater will open on Monday. evening, the James Post com pany, and the galaxy of young,; and pretty Honey Girls, having returned today on the. steamer Mauna ' Kea from several, weeks spent in touring the islands of Maul and Hawaii. " "The Return of John Sullivan" is the comedy,, sketch, replete -with songs and tuneful melody that the Post company will make their bow to Liberty patrons beginning with llon- day night New specialties are in troduced in this act, many of which wiir prove a distinct novelty to Ho noluians. Bert W'lggln will be seen In a new bill, with additions to .his- line of monologue and Juggling, . ' TO APPEAR AT- The Great Chinese Magician from Hongkong will be seen for the first time at the Popular Theater tonight when he will Introduce a number of mystifying stunts and clever sleight-of-hand tricks. He is an expert with the handcuffs and can free himself from any handcuff, straight-Jacket cr Oregon boot made. V Besides this big act, three reels of pictures will be shown, making to night's performance- a first class one in every respect During the engage ment of the magician the prices of admission will be 50, 30 and 20 cent3 for adults and 15 cents for children PLAY RETURN EfJGAGElIfJT . 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