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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY; AUGUST lfi, 1913.
FIVE , T- v J l ;j . t v p" an 7 PRICES: $7.50, SS.75, fioio, $130, $15.00, ETC ' f : V. W. DIMOND 53, 56. 57, 59. 61. Mosquitoes and other Flying In sec ts don't bother you in a room where there's an Elec tric Fan in bper- And it's' the air that MOVES that I keeps you cool. ' t :; Havauan':EIectnc-;C .' ;-,Jv;" phone sm In the lansuaga cf Kamehameha that means: f "STAND AND LISTEN I : -il:' "' :' V v- ; .' S?- t if there is one thing that ws wa nt to pound, drill and everlastingly ding Into tht ears of the public. It Is that -"';!;.;;" i IIil0 'Isi'p,0ne People who come to Hilo and return by the same steamer get all they pay for; but In that short time they do not begin to see what there is to be seen,' and what they ouht to see-;,..,,",-. ;. L'- '.V:'...''.,. . -': There are more remarkable scenic wonders within a radlua;of two hours of Hilo than In twice that area in any other oart of the Isl- ands. . ;. -.-. y.- ; You can't see all this in a day. steamer. Come and let us prove U to ytu. i Hilo P. 3.: MSee Hawaii Firstl" E21 Or Thereabouts :'. Bat Uy Shop and Office 4 Aro Still RnTimns Full Blast v Yours Truly; . Get a Bicycle Now? i .:..,;-;.. ; '; r -v- , .j "... WE ARE NOW SELLING THE - ' --.. " . i -' .j .'' -. ., .- . . V-;::;;v:;Crbwn : Bicjrcle:;;;v;:i;: ; REGULAR PRICE $35. ';" ' Hon 180 S. King Street Phone 251 3 ( Refrigerator OF PERMANENT SATISFACTION KINGS OF ICE SAVER3. BEST BY TEST. This is REFRIGERATOR weather the time when their qualities are best rut to a test. We court your Unrest! gatlon and are satisfied your decision will be In our favor. WE ALWAYS WIN ON SUPERIORITY. . SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS SPECIAL Refrigerators 30 lbs. let capacity S8.75. 4 V"':'. f- .'"':!'. & CO., LTD., 63, 65 King St. Wight Stand e : You should a;: least stay over one Board of Trade mi ii-. r - r I . I k i i i . i i -x - i . i i i . -- '-ii -v1 'w RELIGION NEEDS ADVERTISING LIKE ANY BUSINESS - CUMMINGS "Religion needs advertising as well as business,' said George A. Cum rclngs. a local advertising expert, in a lecture on the subject; of advertising delivered yesterday morning at the Westminster Presbyterian church, fays 'an exchange.! - Cummings declared the ; churches had reached the point where, in order to continue their work, they must ad vertise, using the same methods as , business firms. , s.. . Cummings began his lecture by stat ing that the 1 Associated Advertising Clubs of America had adopted Truth" .an an emblem. i' "Now, while I firmly believe that In rplte of the headway made in recent years, it is true that advertising needs religion, it 'is also true that religion needs advertising, he said. "I. know that there are many church goers well meaning and sincere Christians to whom the idea of advertising a Church is dIstastefuL They don't be lieve in it .And yet there 'is' a text, a very' popular text with some minis ters, whieh runs: 'Let your light so rhine before men that they may, see your good work, and glorify your Fa ther, which Is in heaven.' and although this text is-frequently used as a sig nal v for passing the collection plate, it seems to roe a very appropriate one L for an advertising preachment. . Let the Light Shine. ; "I read It as a command , to church to advertise. : Advertise its cervices, Its activities, its attractions and Us purposes 'Let your light so fhine before men.' v How are you go - oing to do that without advertising? , Yotf. can't. - Therefore, I take it, the i objection to advertising as applied to, cnurcnes, lies noi so mucn in me aci rule, only by members of churches and ar in the. method. - s . : J of church choirs. They are not the "There seems to be " no argument ( kind cf advertising lVo "catch people that the light should shine, and If we who prefer a ball game for their Sun can decide upon the correct method of ' day treat, rather than a church eer. producing the Illumination, we have vice. Would a regular display adver- ery likely solved the problem 6C church advertising. - "We , frequently are told . that churches cannot afford to advertise; ! that it. takes too much money. lo run a campaign. That is the cry of the paper advertising wasf used. 4 He cos man who does not reckon results. You led .his address by itating- that he can't catch .fishvwithoubaJt of some would advise- chuMhea.ieemp1oylthe kind.' If your i congregation were perscnal spllcitatlon.eiewspaper, and dobledtor trebled. I suppose the col-j billboard methods of advertising; that lections and donations .'could rea3on.-j he would advertise the music and - the ably be expected to increase in pro-, sermcns.'and see te It .that both:were portioA, and if a few dollars judicious- up to the standard of the 'statements ly expended :" In. advertising : should placed before the public: : ' LOCAL PORTUGUESE TO I - CELEBRATE ANNUAL FEAST The .'Testa de Nossa Senhora do Monte"- (Feast fo Our. Lady of the Mount), will be observed at the Cath- ollc Church In Kalihi-uka teglnnln-' th orvntin,,nr thm this evening and continuing through out Sunday, The services this year are in charge of Rev. Father Edmond,' n9.inr f th R-;nht.v nhh is assisted by a coomittea composed of member, of the congregation, r Th nmrm fn,. nrTwfrrnw wiit ' gin with low mass at 7 o'clock in the! morning, this service to be followed hv ttlch maaa a 74A ii'itltalr tit If. n musical program and semon by the pastor. The afternoon will be taken up with bazaar, at which time the Hawaiian Band will be in attendance When the celebration of this feast woo AnmittntaA enmo , it -mr-- tfnH crto' h TinMix! but this custom has passed fKIn - ...eAm - nnonn.l ' V feast Is now thrown open to persons from all possessions of Portugal, as well as people of other nationalities. : ; BAR THE GERM' . One thing is certain the busy little germ is responsible for about All the ills that flesh is heir to; and if we can bar its entrance we can keep our sys- The natural cavities of the.body and the openings afforded by cuts, scratch- . in Kit., o t.- , should guard; and it is not enough to ednesday evening meefjngs 8 p.m just kelp them clean: The gerin is K 't, dd nr.i.(an ro.roBw-. ni mr hoibuildIng, Fort street Hours. 11 a. tn. eleanllneaa is neoesR&rv to nulef Ha ftP- tlvity. Keep the germ out by destroying it Make the fight offensive Instead of de fensive.. Nip trouble in the bud. The dally use of a. reliable Peroxide anti septic as a mouth wash or douche, or applied locally to cuts, bruises, rrtrho nr inrt Mtes will do this The best antiseptic to use is LISTO- GEN. It goes farther -than Peroxide of Hydrogen by uniting with that most efficient germ destroyer the remedial and antiseptic properties of Thymol, Menthol and Eucaiyptoi. ; These valuable elements take up the work where Peroxide r of Hydrogen leaves off and with their help LISTO- GEN not onlv destroys the germ but ln some degree repairs the 4amage the I germ has done. Barrett will be the speaker, , Ask your druggist for LI STOGEN;) All meetings open to the general you will delight in the purifying, re- public and a hearty invitation is ex freshing sensation that it gives. 25 tended to all lovers of truth to come cts., 50 cts., andill a bottle, at Ben- and meet with us. Mn, Smith ft Co. Uddvertteemeot , Ca'tHOLICCATHEDBAL ' . The secretary of the joint commit- Fort street near ; Beretania; Rt tee appointed to make arrangements Rev. Libert bishop of Zeugma, pas for the second annual conference of tor; Father Maxlmin, provincial. Sun the civic and commercial organiza-' day services, 6, 7,. 9 and 10:30 a, m. tions of the territory, to be held in and 7 p. m. Low mass daily, 6 and 7 Honolulu September 17 to 20, has re-'a; m. High mass Sunday and saints ceived a communication from the Ko- days, 10:30 a. m. ... , i ; . k hala Civic League saying that that ' : . ' '" 1 ? ' .organization Is planning to send - an ' unusnallv laree number of delegates J to the convention. I bring the people to the church, even the old-school elder might in time con sider It as a piece of good business. -During the last eight or ten ears the city of Eacramento has about doubled its population. TCvery . mer chant has increased the volume in proportion. How much of tljis in crease, is shown in the membership of the churches? Have they kept pace With the population. : Statistics do not say .'yes'.' X':v':':;i -v:VX :.-vv Should Welcome Strangers. Cummings: explained ;tht method employed by business firms in adver tising, v the personal solicitation and the ' advertisements in the dally pa pers. Both of these methods he ap plied to church advertising. He said that business firms sent out personal letters to new arrivals in the- city. Similar letters, he declared, should be sent out by a church letters of wel come, telling of the worx the music and services and inviting the stranger to attend.' - f'X'i--'..: "An advertising , man or woman thrives upon enthusiasm. They are failures if they are not enthusiastic continued Cummings. "Now if I could get everyone of you Interested in this advertising proposition, you would all become enthusiasts. L You could not help it Just try ; to Imagine wha ; would , happen if every one ot vou b came not only churchgoers, "but en thusiastic churchgoers. You will fill this place very service and would he a greater power for good in this city than any of the existing civic. bodies, -Advertising In the newspapers ! comes Jiext, and is a very Important , Hem. ; These free i reading notXces should be taken advaaie5of -fully. But the notices are read as a general tlsement fcaw the people to a church I service?" a- service? awould.a Cummings related how a minister In the .. east had filled his church by an advertising campaign in which news CEXTEAL tiXttiX' CHURCH i . c " ' ' , ' 1U teteri ! Rw. Amos A. Ebersole. Asso- ciate Minister. 9 : 50 a. m.-7-Bible School. : Mr. Vau Knan MacCaughfy, Superintendent - ; a", m.-Teacber Training Clasfc. Mr. Oiaflea T PltA: r , 10 a., m.Adult Bible Class. Leader, K He 11 a- m. Morning Worship.:. Ser mon by Ke 1 A. M. Brodie, D. D. of SlCi?' aD?aS Is Prayer Worth m r-.,iOTi van -f;; .., ""f Ga ' n?n ' 01 Z1" Tld Ja .?u"0 ur Uljr UU wine yieu luf HVeiy OISCUSSIOH Leader, Mr. H. W. iVUUlllOUU.- V . ..... . all strangers and visitors in thecity to attend these services. There will be no service In ..this church this evening, the congregation Ij invited to join in the Union Service at the Bijou Theater at 7:45 FIKST CHURCH OF CHBIST, servicer held in the Odd Fel lows' building, Fori street. ..undajr. servIce8-. 11 m uL. . , .. . Sunday school, 9:4 a. m. Subject to 1 P- All welcome. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY ' SAINTS Church on King street one block Ewa of Thomas Square. ! ? 9:45 a. m. Sunday School. Adult class In both English and Hawaiian i Graded lessons for all. ages. I. H. Harbottle, superintendent . 11 a. m. Morning worship mon In English by Chas. Lee, inter- preiea into Hawaiian. T 6:00 p. m. Zion's Religlo-LIterary joocieiy. a swuiam; i revelations given to the church is be- ing conductea, suppiementea oy musi cal and literary program. Jas. Puuo ihau. President 7:30 p. m. Evening worship Elder ' FIRST METHODIST E. CHUKOT corner Beretania and Victor! streets. R. Elmer Smith, rastor. leiepnone SUNDAY SERVICES DMODIEVILL SPEAK AT BIJOU TOMIIOW NIGHT "Three New Ideas' will be the sub ject of an address delivered by Dr. Andrew Melrose Brodie, pastorof the First Presbyterian Church of Wichi ta, Kansas, who is filling the pulpft of Central Union Church this summer, in the Bijou theatre tomorrow evening, the occasion being the second of the series of Sunday night mass meet ings being conducted by the Inter Lhurch Federation. 'The Kona Sex tette has' been secured for the even ing, and will furnish the musical end cf the prcgram. " ..- ," '- -t Although he has been but a ; week in Honolulu, Doctor Brodie f has al- J ready made a large number of friends: the made an excellent impression at the meeting In the Bijou theatre last Sunday ; evening, and his address to morrow evening will be a popular one. Theatre meetings are not new to DfC jtcr Brodie. While in Wichita he de cided to give up his Sunday evening services, and hold an evening .mass meeting for men and women in one of the local theatres, which seated 1200 persons. - He advertised the first meeting ex tensively and made a spcial. request that persons belonging to churches re frain from attending the meeting. Sun day night arrived, and Doctor Brodie went to the theatre . almost in fear and trembling, wondering If anyone would be there. They were.- He ar rived shortly before the time 'the meeting was announced to begin, and, J fn the language of the day, found the S. TL O. sign out and people being turned away. Then the question was raised In his mind as to who made up the audience ? : ; w ' f A young man who had been a bar keeper, and who had been led to the Christian life by Doctor Brodie, had been asked to sing thlt evening, and was on-the platform:, As they sat to gether. Doctor Brtdie asked the young roan; what he thought of the crowd. The. young man smiled,; and said: They are all here; I know most of them because I hava served them over the - bar." Doctor Brodie made a jparefui;- : search.- .of. the audience, whlca' revealed rbut few persons wha were members of churches. , When, be' began his sermon, Doctor Brodie ask ed these persons not to come to the next meeting, as he. wan ted the seats for the non-ch urcb-golngr ; people. But the church-gotng people -of Ho nolulu are not asked to stay from the meeting tomorrow evening, nor from any ether meeting which Doctor Bro die will hold while in this city. The church members and the non-church members alike are Invited, to be pres ent ; Tomorrow evening. Doctor Bro die. will have' something to say about sin and the kfnd of . religion, it takes to help a man to be decent He will say it in plain wcrds, and It will be said in an Interesting way. ; . 3252. Parsonage adjoins church. ; The regular services of the church are as follows: . ' : Sunday School, 9 :43 a. m. ' ' Men's Bible Class at 9:45. a. m. ' Preaching Service at 11 a. m. Epworth League Service at 6:30 p.m. Preaching Service at 7:30 p. m. ' Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. m. Sv?': -. " ;; ' Sunday School will take place it the usual hour. At It a. m., the pastor will occupy the pulpit The soloist for the morning will be Mr. Arthur Hud son. At the Ep worth League service at 6:30 p. m., Mr. A. L. Bernestine will lead. The service will : close promptly at 7:15,ln order to allow those who desire . to reach the Bijou theater in time for the service there, which begins at 7:45. There will be no evening 'service in our church. , If you do cot go to Sunday school elsewhere, we Invife yon to Join one of our classes. You will, find the hour not only an enjoyable one but a prof itable one. The Men's Bible Class Is taught by Judge Quarles and all men will receive a cordial welcome atr this ClaSS. ;V : -V Ours is a People's Church. People from eve ry walk of life will find a cordial welcome awaiting them at all our services. You will find here a beautiful, well-ventilated church buil ding, a homelike atmosphere, good mu sic by a chorus choir, evangelical preaching, and inspiring and helpful devotional services. Tourists and set tlers, strangers and the well-knowns, malihinis and kamaainas, are all alike urgently invited to enjoy all the prlv Ser-illleges of the church. "Come thou with us and we will do thee good. ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHAPEL Ohua lane, Waikikl. Rev. Fr. Valen tin, pastor. Sunday services, 9 a. m CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 1704 Lusitania street r Sunday serv ices, 11:45 a. mto 1 p. m. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Young Men's and Young Ladies' Improvement Associa tion meets Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock.. Ladies' Relief Association meets Friday at 10 a. tn. .EPISCOPAL CHURCHES SL Andrew's Cataedral Emma street near Beretania. Rt Rev,' H. B. Restarick, bishop ; Rev. Canon Wm . Aul t vicar. Sunday services, 7 and 11 a. m. - and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School, 9 : 45 a. m. Hawaiian congre gations. Rev. "Leopold Kroll, pastor. Sunday services, 9:15 a. m.- St, Clement's Chareb Wiwer ave nue, corner Masisx nev. canon us- Tn) As borne, -rector. , Holy Communion, 11 a. m.; evensong. 7:30 p. m, St Elizabeth's fa art a Corner King street and Pua lane. . RerW E, Pot wine, pastor. Sunday services, 7 and 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Korean serv ices, 2:30 p. m. - St Mark's ' MJssloa Kapahulu road. Rev. Leopold Kroll, priest In charge.- Services: Holy. Communion, first Wednesday each month, 10 a. m.; morning prayer and address, other Wednesdays. 10 a. m; Sunday School and children's service, 3 p. m. Eplphaoy Mission Tenth and Pa lolo avenues. Rev. F. A. Say lor, priest in charge. ,- Services First and third Sundays, 7 a. m., 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sec ond, fourth and fifth Sundays, 11a. ml and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a. m. 1 Holy Communion first Sunday of the month. :V , ; . :-';. . Beginning tomorrow morning, serv Ices-at the Epiphany Mission;- Tenth and Palolo road, will be continued un der the direction of RevrF. A. Saylor, pastor of the mission. Morning serv ice will commence at 11 o'cloca, witn Sunday school at 10 o'clock.- The eve ning service will begin at 7:30 o'clock, r THE CHRISTIAX CHCRCn Kin r and Alakea streets. David C. Peters, minister v GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH Beretanla avenue near Punchbowl street . ': : . ' Sunday services at 11 a. m, and on last Sunday of each month at 7:20 p, m. ; Sunday. school at 9:45 a. m. ' ; KAUMAKAPILI CHURCH Rev. H. K. Poepoe, Minister. r V 10 a. m. Sunday School, Interna tional Sunday School Lessons. Mr. S. K. Kamaloplll. . superintendent Ha waiian department Mrs. L. G Mar shall. English.. .' 6:30 p. m.-Christian Endeavor. Service Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. KAWAIAHAO CHURCH v ; Corner King and Punchbowl streets. Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7:30 pm. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. " SALYATION ARMY 'Regular services held in Salvation Army Hall, Nuuanu street between Merchant and Queen streets. Every evening at S p. m. f- Friday, 8 p. m. Y.. P. I. Sunday, 10 a. 'm.. Sunday School: 11 a. m., Holiness meeting; Sunday School at, 2:30 p. m.. School and Li Hha streets; 'Sunday School i at2;J0 Sloan Mission; Eunday' School at 10 a. m. and 3 p. m. at Llliha street; SundL School (Koreany.at 3 p. m: ; Ensign ;, S. Manhart, . officer In charge. - ; . . . : . Miss Harriett Dlthridge, a young misslonarr from Japan, will speak at the services at 8 o'clock this evening. . SEVENTH DAY ADYENTIST y- r church 767 Kinau street Robert Mc Kearue. actinz nastor. Services Sat urday at 11 a. m. and Sunday at 7:30 p..m. Sabbath School at 10 a. m. Ser vices Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. FESTIVAL WILL MARK CLOSE OF SUMMER SCHOOL -. - . - i 1 A festival will be held at the Ger man Evangelical Lutheran church, Be letania street &t three o'clock tomor row; afternoon ; which will , mark the close of the summer school work car; ried en during the past two months. A musical program and an address by Rev. Emil Engelhard t, pastor of the church, will be included in the 'exer cises.' V: r " ' On September 16 Pastor Enselhardt will resume his series of lectures up on the subject "German .Literature, Art and Music" in the Deutsche Schule. These lectures have proved to be exceedingly interesting and. all persons ' are ) cordially Invited " to at tend. ; .. ' - ;' . . ,:" ANTI-VIVISECTION -BILL IS AMENDED : WESTMINSTER A standing com mittee of the house of commons with Mr. Wason in the chair, had Sir F. Banbury.'s bill prohibiting experi ments on - dogs under consideration recently. The main clause of the bill enacts that "from and after the pass ing of this act it shall be unlawful to perform any experiment of a na ture causing or likely to cause pain or disease to any dog for any pur pose whatsoever, either with or with out anesthetics, and no person or place shall be licensed for the pur pose of performing any such experi ment f - . : - ;:.. . . An amendment limiting prohibition to Inoculation experiments was moved by Dr. Chappel, who claimed that ex periments on dogs had led to valuable results. The bill, he said, was due to misplaced' sentiment and to Ignorance of what occurred at vivisection ex periments. , - . ; "... .... '; Sir F. Banbury said that he could not accept tne amendment since he coma not agree mat it had been es- laDiisnea mat experiments on dogs were necessary. The amendment was finally carried by twelve votes to I nine. I :-!0RE BREADS BffiiMbiir, ZZ&m&s. SCATTir.0" Vice 'tJ-u Sioarns' EloGfrio EiQJiORoacI PqgJo Exterminates Cockroaches quickly and - : .' ' ! rery thoroughly. ": Also Rats, Mice, Water bugs, etc. Sold b 7 DrussiiU, 25e and 1 .00 or teat direct, chaixet prcpMid. m mWpt ol pries . , f .: MONTY. PACK IF IT FAILS ; Staans' 3ctrie Paste Ok C3ucaxk C Yeehly Calendar " MONDAY t 4 ; Honolulu. Stated. TUESDAY! v -? , Honolulu Chapter.! Practice. " ' i-' .-; ,.v " ;- ; TVEDNESDAYf . . 'THURSDAY '-"- ':" ' . U- V' - -' FRIDAY t Oceanic, Third Degree. SATURDAY:. Harmony Chapter, O. E. &, No. 4. Regular. fc - , ' , All visiting members of the order are cordially invited to at--, tend: meetings of local lodges. UONOL.LLU LODUE, CIS, R, P. O. Honolulu Lod j i'x 616, b. -p. a. meets In their hall, ca King St, -near Fort, Every Friday evenln. Visiting ' Brothers art cordially tavlted to attend. J. L. COKI H R, R DUNSHCC fci Llasonic Temple vv.v W Meet on ths lz ind ,; 4 tlx : UzZ' i days of ' each month at K. ? , Hall, 7:30, p. n. Uembers of cth t r Associate are cordially la rlted to attend Yarine Enelneen Beneflrlal . 4ArIaflm Wm. Sir KIN LEY LODGE Ns. 8, - , t E. P. ' ' - ' m'- . I ' . 4 Meets every 1st and. 3d Tuc day venlnft'at :33 o'clock i a V f K- of P.. Hall. cor. Fort acj V, Beretania. Visiting brothers riordially invited to attend. t A, H AHREN3, C. C. 1 n REEVES. K R t ' OAUU LODGE. U (i,;'- I. O. G. T. I f :.y. r-'f. ( uanu uooge, i. i u u. r wm m mi in Central Union Bihle School ; Hni the first and third Tuesdays at bJf-pat , r ,sevn p. oi ?nRSr. Phlf Tmr.7' " . 1 "4 i : UONOLUXU LODGE St. set, L. O. 0. will meet - tn Odd Fellows building, fort street near King, every Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. , Visiting brothers cordially lurltsj to attend. . f CLEM K. QU1NN, Dictator. JAMES W. LLOYD. Secty. ( Lb TOUBNAIIEIIT jXTEIWSLAND SERIES, 1913. in Aogr. IS Oahn ts. Cavalry. Aug. SO Man! vs. CaTalry. Xug. 2 Maol vs. Oahn. Aug. 26 A 11-Ha wail ts. Picked. Team. Tickets for reserved Aato fitlan on sale at E. 0. Hall Son. ; Game Called at 9 o'clock btak-UI LLKt ;ir, m. Tnnn ivviva rnniv LESS FLOUR -v:Jir;, the PR TieM h w m ill i iiiiftB.fia - '-! i v , 1 .!! . va: r Hi ; s.