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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATFRDAY. MAROn 7? 1014.
NINETEEN Live, Stock Orders C. H. Bellina . leave for the Coast on March 31. Orders taken for stock of any kind. Gab Stables Limited Tel. 1109. JUST RECEIVED m A FULL LINE OF Biiib'd and Hongkong Furniture Coyne Furniture Co.. '' Alexander Young Bldg. 1C53 to 1059 Biahop.St : Ideal Clothes (Meaning Adler.Rochetter Clothes, f course) -''-V-I D EAL CLOTH I N G CO Ltd. Pantheon Bldg. i . Don't Miss This Chanel. CROWN BICYCLES ONLY $30 ! HONOLULU CYCLERY CO. f - 11 oth King St. ' MONUMENTS , and : all kinds of marfcla work cleaned and repaired, by expert workmen at reasonable price. Call for Zimmerman at J. C. AXTELL'f ' Alakea Street ''.- H. Afdng Co., rrjrs FTjnxisniJGS . AXD shois HOTEL corner BETHEL V . "' You can get ' ' v IOilE L0X ; - . '. ' '-"V : "The Cest Carbon Paper" -at ARLEJCH'S, on Hotel Street Yee Chan & Co., .--w DET -C00DS JLKV ' s v 2iEXs rciLMsirixcs V frrner Klnr and Bflfefl An Unexcelled Llneof - Smc!:ers' Requisites. FITZPATRICK BROS LTD. . . S2C Fort Street ' v 11' Weod-Worklng Operailona pctilble - with the ; - UNIVERSAL WOOD-WORKER - ' . Write to Honolulu Iron Werka .Co. AMERICAN ' DRY, GOODS COMPANY Cheapest Prices In Town. 12 Hotel. St Near Bethel FOR ICE COLD DRINKS AND 14 ICE CREAM; TRY THE Hawaiian Dru Cb:. Hotel and Bethel Streeta , - HIRE'S . . ' ; - -. . PINEAPPLE " w - '" DISTILLED WATER CONSOLIDATED SODA WA . WATER WORKS CO, LTD.- - 601 FortSL - Phone 2171 NEW SHIPMENT OF V, SHOES -H.-. Just Arrived-''', l: y- NEW YORK SHOE CO, Nuuanu St, nr'IIotel' . " VISIT THE X i STORE. OF regal; shoes; COR. FORT AND HOTEL STS." Dance at Homo TO THE ! SPRIGHTLY TUNES ON V I . C T O R RECORDS , ' BERGSTROM MUSIC' CO, Ltd. In Caee of Sickness Send FLOWER.S MRS. E. M. TAYLOR, Florist Hotel Street, Opp. Young Cafe Per noro than a quarter of a c on tnry SHAC hao oobn the favorite rone dy , for headache and.. neuralgia. TastoloQQ-Cortaiii 12 doses-25 cents Ask your dmgiDj for SHAC THt rM.K:-fOcAiQ 0, . : i.?lV Honolulu Z4 - L , i i H New Styles In -H A T S- P A N A M A A N D ; C LOTH . . At Mainland Prices. ! FUKURODA CO. : Hotel St, cor. Bijou Lane. me; for a square meal and v CHOP 8UEY DINNER : AT Now York Cafo " No. 10 N. Hotel St," nr.. Nuuanu - : S. Kelilnol. Mgr.: Tel. '4795 Igental for- Flyinr Merkel and ; De -; Luxe, and Motor Supplleiv ; City Hotor Co. Skilled ." liecnanlca for all', " Repair Work. rPauahl nr. Fort St Tet J051 i P. H. BURNETTE : Commissioner of Deeds for California and New York: NOTARY PUBLIC; Draws Mortgages,. Deeds, Bills of Sale, Leases, Wills, etc Attorney for the District Courts, 79 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU, Phone 1846. IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN .NEWSPAPERS ' Anywhere, at Any Time, Call on or ' Write -E.CDAKE'S ADVERTISING '. a J A GEN C Y ; 124 Sansome Street San Francisco r , . New Line of " FANCY GROCERIES - s Tatle Fruita and VeseUblet. : " KAIMUKI GROCERY CO. Cor. Wal 'ae Road and Koko Head Arenue. Phone 3730 YEE YI-CHAN, i C H I N E S E RESTA U R A N T Chop Suey and other Chinese dishes served at reasoahble prices. 119 Hotel Street, Near Maunakea ' (upstairs) - . I HONOLULU PICTURE FRAMING A '. , : SUPPLY CO. Bethel SL, nr. Hotel. Phone 3126 v . MILLINERY i ' Latest Sayles In Ladles and Gentle- ' men's1 v ': ' HATS. K. UYEDA Nuuanu. bet. King and Hotel Streets. PLATING Gold, Silver, Nickel and Copper Plat ing. Oxidizing a Specialty.. " HONOLULU ELECTRIC CO. Rates Moderste, Work Unsurpassed, ; v Experienced Men. Cor. Bishop and King Sts. STATIONERY, POST CARDS, OF FICE SUPPLIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Wall, Nichols Co. King St. Near Fort M. E. SILVA, The Leading UNDERTAKER & EMBALMER Cor. Knkui and Nuuanu Sts. Tel. 1179 night call 2514 or 2160 I I T ) V Art Pictures CHURCH GAINS FOR 1913 The note of depression that sound ed last year after tbe publication of I)r. Carroll's annual statistics for the jhurche is changed to quite the. op posite ia the treatment of his tables for 1913. The gains revealed are most eacouraging." 'observes Zion's Herald (Boston), while The Presby terian Banner (Pittsburg) thinks the; "eloquently - and convincing!' silence the contention that the church is de clining." The Lutheran bodies show the most surprising advance in the increase of 1455 churches. The Meth odists report 496, the Baptists 3SS, end in Catholics 3T5. A falling off of 742 is credited to the Disciples of Christ, biit Dr. Carrol thinks this may Iv. part bei explained by Incomplete re turns. From the statistical stand point six new churches for every v. oi king day ia the year must be re garded as an encouraging sign of pro gress, especially In a time when con solidation and church unity are preachd as a remedy for the condl- preached as a remedy for the condi - of gains is given in Dr. Carroll's Bui Idin, 6ent out from Washington, and tf ported in many religious, weeklies: "The net increase of communicants is widely distributed. The Methodist bodies get nearly 220,000 of It, the. Methodist Episcopal church having the largest gain for many years; the Roman Catholic church comes next with 212,300. then the Baptists with 64,608, the Presbyterians fourth with 45.649, the Lutherans .fifth with 36,120 nnd the; Disciples of Christ sixth with 21,824 ' t.; li-;; "The net ? gain is, on the average, one and eight-tenths per cent, which Is a fair increase. If only those de nominations which report Increase be Included in the reckoning, the only fair method, the percentage would be considerably larger approaching two"e"ea "n Jer,s" congregations. ut. per cent. As a matter of fact 618,000 ures Dr. Carroll's words of explana- lion must be taken Into conslderaUonJ Kepecially is this true of the Catho lic church, whose statistics, owing to a method of '. computation differing from his, gives a considerably larger net result. The annual Catholic direc tory is not- yet published, and ' thut statistical returns can not be publish ed for ( several weeks. Dr. Carroll et plains: , :. ;.' "The territory covered ,1s that of the United States onlylMany denomi nations 'have.' ministers,' churches, and communicants in foreign ' countries. These are not included' in these tables. "Denominational official Teports ar6 used where there are such, j Where there are no published reports the best denominational sources are sought for information, and where exact ; returns are not to be had approximate; 'figures are furnished. In, the few cases in which Information is refused or can not be obtained, the census figures fcr 1906 are Inserted. V . ; v V X : "Estimates are given In a very few cases for the Increase of the year, B oi r t "I 09 Denominations: - Adventists (6 bodies) 1,179 Baptists (15 bodies) ........... firethern (Dunkard, 4 bodies) 3,446 '.224 ::. 15 33 291 Brethren (Plym. 4 bodies) v. .a. Brethren (River, 3 bodies) Buddhist (2 bodies) ........... Cath. Apostolic (2 bodies) . . . . Catholic ('East, Orth., 7 bodies). Catholics (West, 2 bodies)...; 18,377; Christadelphians . ........ .... Christians. . . . . . V . . . ?.' '. 1,129 Christian Cath. ( Dowie) ; . . ,V. - 33 Christian Scientfetr .. ..iW. ; ,U 2,460 Christian Union 308; Church of God.(WInebren.) Church Living God (Col., 3 . . Churches N. Jerusalem (2), Communistic Soc. (2 bodies) 'J. . Congregationalists . . .. . . :.. '. . . - 509 - .101" 137 6,130 7,692 1 ,539 241 20 1,476 ' 3 59 1,051 1.084 3,560 Disciples of Christ (2 bodies). . Evangelical (2 bodies) . . Faith AssnS. (9 bodies) . . . . . Free Christian Zion Church. . . Friends (4 bodies) Friends of the Temple . Germ. Evang. Protestant Germ. Evang. Synod Jewish Congregations . . . ..... : Latter-Day Saints (2 bodies) .. Lutherans (21 bodies) ... . . . . . Scandinavian Evang (3 bodies) Mennonites (12 bodies) . . . . . ,L . Methodists (16 bodies) ....... Moravian ( 2 bodies) ......... NonsecL Bible Faith Churches. . Pentecostal (2 bodies) ........ Presbyterians (12 bodies) 9,194 629 1,413 41,529 146 50 725 13.740 5,527 "2,168 - m 2,790 6 15 Protestant Episcopal (2) Jt' Reformed (4 bodies) ..v.v. Reformed Catholic . . . . . . . Salvationists (2 bodies) : I . . . . . Schwenkfelders . . Social Brethren Society for Ethical Culture . Spiritualists . . .............. Theosophical Society Unitarians .. United Brethren (2 bodies) .. Universalists Independent Congiegations ... 531 2.264 702 267 Grand Total for 1913 , Grand Total for 1912 .175,637 .173,796 Decrease. Dr. Carroll points out the fact that the proportion of growth is more no ticeable in the smaller centers of pop ulation. In the smaller communities. points out the Courier-News (Plain Phono 2295 Reaches Huotace-Peck Co.,Ltd, ALL XI2TDS OF BOCK AKD SAITD FOR COXCBETJE TTOM. F1BE1T00D AMD COAL. It QUXIN 8TREET. P. O. BOX III where denominational returns are not available until two or three months after the beginning of the year. "Mcst cf the numerous Mennonite branches do not attempt to gather any statistics. Therefore the census re turns f.liuft were used, except for the. Mennonite Brethren in Christ Now, the results of a thorough can vass of all branches made in -1911. by a co-operative effort of representatives of seven branches, are available, and the figures are all for 1911. except the Mennonite Brethren in Christ, which are for 1913. i "A "word cf explanation concerning the figures for the Roman 'Catholic church In the column of communicants should be given. The 'official Catho lic directory -givesi pnly 'population.' which includes with communicants the unconfirmed baptized; that is. children who have not been admitted to their first communion. The rule adopted in the census of 1890, and followed in 1906, deducts 15 per cent from Catho lic population and sets down the re- ,maining 85 per cent as communicant? It should also be said that the figures for 'population are, for a large num ber of the dioceses and archdioceses, estimates given in round numbers, as, for example, Baltimore. 2M.000; Bos ton. 900,000; Cincinnati, 200,000; but every year sees an increase in the dio ceses giving mere exact returns, as Santa. Fe. 140,573;"New York, 1,219. i20; Albany, 201.246. The editor of the Catholic directory believes that the total 'population is understated by nearly two millions". "The figures for Jewish members are misleading. The denomination fur nishes no statistics. Nothing later than, the census of 1906 Is to be had. Even so, It Is obvious that there must be more than 143,000 (the census fig ures are less than these) adults con I a 1 . n A. iwuuiciiy, m7 ueonu oi lammes CtO! gIV( fr1'"" " lue srearer cuy. ui tne8e y , ;fJ res ror mem- utsrs. x lempie tmanuei nas. a mem- of 150 with seating capacity tfce day ilmost a3 800n as the egg. is lmJk?mUnlf and ports 550 rnembersjand ,1468 seating . fiI -:- and putrifaction Immediately capacity The Jewish: population of ets In and lhe egg Is "stale." Eggs Greater.New York, carefully esUmated pr0luce, from hens kept apart from by several methodsIs set downby cockg are non.fertiie and will keep, Dr. Joseph Jacobs-at about SOd.000. under ,ike conditions, kvery; much The Jewish population of the country -,onger; ; In ; f act; ? tne unfertile eggs X V fhy uJhon?e8; atV which are' tested out of the . Incubat- !;?5rCJhfdttl? Wh0M Me- era after, being 'held; for six: or seven should therefore sold as fresh greater than 143,000,., ;..vw4- v..;f fgs, by' unscrupulous -poultrymen.aad r t "sponse has ieen recefredrto - except, that the contents are shrunken repeated requests for Information, lor Q . RJme, exlent by evap6ratl0n, can 2l.VS?,lMf?T?Tw1ye distinguished jrpm a fih if SS hJT? J DWlf I lId eg- - reality there is nothing The figures of tte former; for min-' really wong f with such eggs, y.nd LCh,eartfre fr 19121 for, they could readily, be used, for cuok "SSrA?1 k ,k" 1 Ins purposes:: On the other Irand, a ti J?Aiv -e?U-he i 'ertile' egg .under sucH circumstances, f r!,L?U vf If th 0? 'contains the embryo of a. chick In well ?n' stage, so that it may be eas wSftf .117 seen through the shell, and it has , me iauie &iiiub tut; ueuuiumiLUUus In detail is reproduced here in full: Summary for 1913. Ialns for 1913. o sr ' c ." o cr . t : 0) o 3 3 c 3 5v Pi 0 a ? J-ir : i , 5?;.;.: ' 7 23 3,014' 858 ,388 64.608- 38 52 184 . " m - , 28 57 4,500 404 381 213,027 2.547 57,364 1.2 J I 403 ,105 74 24 ,'331 i4717 70 1,182 98,822 5,924,662 119,460 10,566 - 4,803 3,165 - 4.927 438.500 13,099,534 .1,412 102,902 -v- 17. r 5,865 .... 1.230V- ;'85,096.t. 272 t 14.80r 902 59AvMt4i;4 j 9 6S' ..... r :..- lain; 9 14 ' 47 V,314 21,824 2.17D f'.HW40'vJ5' 1,519.369 562 187.043K.S 16 . n '36 742 ;;27 6,100 11.725 2.600 146 5.52 'vi.r.;, . 1ft . - ' 1,83 y.J , .... 1,167 124,216 3 36 ji.. t 66 34,7(K-iV,-.i-.": 1,345 261,488 "13 19 1.769 143.000 1,520 356,000 200 100 165 ,1435 18 9 3,500 36,120 2,400 219,974 493 "680 43,649 16,556 4,380 129 59 J 6,010 2,388,722 837 72.900 736 57,337 61,523 7,125.069 143 20,463 204 6,396 648 23.937 16.286 2,027,598 79J 997,407 2,763 463,686 6 3,250 - 889 27,474 6 1,000 17 1,262 6 2,430 2,000 200.000 143 4.189 477 70,342 4.166 328.099 709 51,716 879 48.673 454 3 496 42 490 95 110 17 164 11 53 9 04 11 1 30 821 M39 223,294 37.2S0.370 1841 2032 653,908 221,262 36.624,462 1901 1102 328,777 field), "the church is the rallying point for social affairs, and these con stitute the majority of news in the weekta' natters. Thp rhnrrhs in rural or semi-rural communities therefore - get the benefit of publicity." A lot of people who have chickens are complaining, at the present-time about low prices. Two months, ago when their hens were en strike, egs j were retailing' in Honolulu for. as much as cents per dozen. ow grocers and other dealers are offer ing them for as low as 40 cents. The wholesale piice is from 5 to 10 cents lower than this. Almost every old ben in Hawaii is laying eggs now, which explains the reduced prices, and there are also a lot of eggs coming in from California, which tend to hold down prices. These last are hot- stor age eggs, but are brought dawn on the decks of steamers, and were fresh when they ' left the mainland. Of course they are Inferior to new laid island eggs that Is to some island eggs. ': On the outside islands eggs are a crug just now at 25 cents, a do2en. and the same Is true of some eggs produced her on Oahu. But the fault is more with the owners of the hens than with the market. Comparatively few understand t-heir oustnesj, or know what constitutes a really good egg Of - course .bens that are com-i lulled to subsist on refuse, cannot produce a high ' grade product. The flavor of such eggs is always inferior and these are the eggs that the con sumer soon tires of as a steady diet. But perhaps the greatest fault is to be found in the method of caring for the eggs before they are marketed. Unless vthe poultry keeper has bis Kens separated from the cocks, be sibiUty as human food. The reason ig that the living germ in the egg will ,iAir. tioof - f some power, of movement ;. For highest quality, eggs should be collected from the ne3ts at least once a day, . and 1 twicef- Is better . They thould be kept in as cool a ' place as possible, and should not be held over three or four days before markoting Even then; they should be In contain ers which will permit of their being turned over once each day, ttf prevent the yolk from settling to one side and perhaps; sticking to the ; shelly ' ; v; The fresher the egg the more dif fi cult . it is to remove the . shell when hard boiled and vice Versa. When the shell slips off practically , whole, It Is safe to say that the egg is some days old even though it may be per fectly good: "Also the fresher the egg the easier it is to poach. It isn't an easy thing to poach a cold storage egg in ; fact it Is almost impossible to do so without breaking the yolk. ;- ' ' , - r I C WOMEN'S SOCIETY TO MEET. The Women's Society of Central Un ion church will hold an evening social next Thursday. An interesting musi cal program under the direction of Mrs. Westervelt will be presented and refreshments served. AH members of the church and ' congregation, new comers and strangers In the city are especially invited to attend with their friends. Young people will be cordial ly welcomed.. : .- r i, .v - - . v., ...... 'K K 11 it iYV Will Advance Steailily to Additions of ONE CE'T JIIQIC31MUVV LLU3 pacitj' 400; throe capacity hours daily would mean 3.00 for every ONE DOLLAR invested. 10,000,000 Paid Admissions "to the Fair m a basis of 40 Per Cent visitors to Our Production would jive us $2,000,000, gross receipts. Clip the coupon. - Panama Canal Concession Company 1230 FIFTH STIIEET, SAN DIECiO, CAL.i JAS, T. CAWTH0RN, Sales Manager ' !(CMf f o r I nfa nts save the INFAVT MORTALITY is something frightful. Ve can hardly' realize that of all the children born in civilized countries, twenty-two per cent., or more than one-third, before they are five, and one-half before they are fifteen I We do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save a majority of these precious lives. Neither do we hesitate to say that many of these infantile deaths are occasioned by the use of narcotic preparations. Drops, tinctures and -soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain more or less opium, or morphine. They are, in considerable 'hey stupefy, retard circulation and lead tperates exactly the reverse. It causes tores oi tne skin and allays icrer. .The; ilyaaiurc of UaWWAV m. Phycfcicnc Rccom men d Cast or i a ' I tre wd jw Crtoria lc pkt of coi!e In . !t'.n rd f i:uu& it Uie bet tm-dktao t f It ad ttn lusrkcC J. d. Smnfm, M. ftu, 1 ' " '" v''. ' '' cycauiL " A tnedtrlne to ilutb. wirl f.r e'Jt ii yocj t ! cU Cvtvt tb li.'het j nu. . '.. ' - ; 4 J. AltxaXdik, M. D., . -H v 4 i'. .t ' ' t-- ' ; Ouili, Ifb. f mXIt tiiJ yttat Csator' ott varlons ocruien tiiub' cue anJ h-.ve fit.d it a latal.Je anl . IBrieiit UjnUve.nedally in Ute virions dimM ifeWiuhK!d.,,.r:r';f 'fvf ; t u- , :"A,'-Cu' Ib CUsDuim, Jl. ' j -i-.'- r -; . Brooklya, X. T. Chi Idr en Cry for Flctchor'c C a o tori a V I Un Use Fo ri Oyer 3 O Yearb. " Trl (tTil MUMIIT. tt TUT, l WTT. On a feoap - label stands for quality and means : less work in the kit chen. ' Any unprejudiced . grocer will tell you so; ; Honolulu Soap Vorli TO AND FROM ALL '1 tfrri" i cat Equipment In the city for .Uiilofl - .Pgc! , Tel. Opposite Lewera A Cooks. Light Hauling or Big Freighting , ; WE : HAVE , THE FACILITIES. ' ' ' '" .'- ! -: HONOLULU CONSTiiUCTION A DHAY1NC CO. Phones 2231, 3683, 2464 ' PANAMA GAWAL EXTRAVAGANZA THE GREATEST PRODUCTION OF THE AGE BY CHARLES A. del I SLE HOLLAND Patriotic .Educational Dramatic RKSGEST 3IONE V-3IAKER in the WORLD I Realistic IJepnxluction of Panama Canal. - 1 Ships, Par (23 monthlv- - 10 Cents) ''JNN. liourlv ca- -"" D mm ft and Children. : quantities, deadly poisons. In any quantity. to congestions, sickness, death. 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