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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1914.
ELEVEN r 'ii 1 - - - - ' iii' ...... -r- n m , - T EXTRA IS LATESTLOCAL ii I New Advertising Pamphlet Gives Pointers on Associa tion's Work for the Fall The -Y.-.M. C. A. Extra" ia off the press. Replete with matter of interest to every member of the organization, it contains J lot of healthy pointers alout what the association is and what it is going to do during the fail. This issue will be the official mouthpiece of . the cssoclation during the next six weeks, and is the first advertising fea ttire of the Y. M. C. A.'s proitosed new publicity campaign. " Following are a few "news items Volunteers. " ' If you can sin? a sonf, tell a story. umpire a baseball game, or lead a Itible class, the Coys' Department can , use you this winter. Report to Mr. Ixomis or the m'in office now, for we are now planning the fall and winter work. Setting It up. The employed officers of the Asso ciation will spend all day Friday and Saturday of this week in. a mountain home setting up the Association plans for the Ml and winter. If you 'miss the regular staff from the office you will understand why none of us are around. Of course the building will ! open just as usual, j ; You'll Like It Comparatively few hive taken advan tage of our really excellent mass'ge an1 ort ri Hr-ht "hath rfinnrtmont r.viacnuy u is qui unaersiuuu. flectrie-light bath is the same ras a Turkish bath, except that it Is a whole lot better and more pleasant The heat 4s supplied by incandescent lights in a . . 1 . 4 I t cavinet in which you sit. This bath Is t..-vi- vi ..oMei.L ZTuL e.r?J" t7H. I?" :: r: from your system, relievjns or entirely curing rheumatism, lumbago, sciatici, and similar complaints. The charges are reasonable. The man. in charge, Mr. Yen Chin, has had three year3 trMning at one of the Rattle Creek Sanatcriums. This batl also refrisiies a sore or weary body. Try It. Lots of folk do... But thte great pub lie institution, the Y. M. C. A., has r? a m rm c fro to1 tfa nhUftv tn nrnnprlv use philanthropic gifts, and on the basis of its record jappea'.a . to Its friends to help create '.nt endowment by gifts large and small, given as out- cies, or donations of land, stocks,, or bonds. We are incorporated, and have as our trustees and directors men who are recognized es amoni; the Jeading business men of the islands. As we nave gone inrougn. loese receni monins of hard' times and iow' fclan for vthe coming "year, we feel deeply the heed of an adequate endowment:: Can you help?--: "f AV. Hi Dreler. , ' ' ; " ; J ; This is the name of our; new office .tMtq.r XI a fa (rrfl rl n a to rif Ttofi Moines College, Iowa, where he ,was a prominent' football, basket ball, and track .man. 4 Get acquainted with tim. Fall Opening.7 '- . .: ' ;r The big plans for the fall nd winter will begin with a "grand opening" the first of October. Meanwhile, there Is, plenty, of activity at . thfe building, sol rom around. ' . - -'v Bowling. .. . ; ; . . The three bowling alleys will be piven such ovtrhaullnir' as thev need A art nnsnari flrtrihe. flrttt Thpre will NEWS D i be a "bowlers convention" first, to bySwho returned to work unwillingly aft- out the schedules et cetera. Billiards. '- ' - .'-'. ;' ,r ; ' ; Spend some of your leisure time In our billiard room. The four tables there, three of them pocket tables, will pro vide you with both light exercise and sociability. The rate-is five cents a cue a half hour.j:-.-----v" .v Gymnasium. . .- ; c. - ; All summer long a group of men have been 'having a good time in the gym Monday, Wednesday .and Friday afternoons at five ;oclockl, ' Volley ball has proved the popular game for this group. Come and-try iL ( ; - : For Boys. .-; . ' ..- vV - The Worth While What-Not Club tn-I V Ai WM. .HENRY FRY, D. Superintendent METHODIST' MISSIONS Hawaiian Islands, Women of Independence A TEMPERANCE SERMON By Dr. John W. Wadman To the women goes the credit of winning another election in the inter est of prohibition. The battle was fought Tuesday, July 21. No blooJ was drawn, though a young doctor's pretty wife had a revolver shoved in her face as she was protesting against the fearful beating which two respect able "dry" citizens received at the hands of the "wets." The brave wo men, representing all classes of so ciety, all churches, all creeds, turned out en masse in the Interests of "Home; and Child Welfare," and confronted a gang of crafty politicians, and elec tion crooks. Two nights before the fathers, in relays of 100, patrol ted the streets till daybreak, when the ,wlve'3 and mothers joined them and the bat tle was on. The plans had all been previously well considered and defin ed. Two or more women were assign ed to follow each suspected man and stay with him all day. The women obeyed orders to the very letter. The men. In opposition, d.'d not like the procedure, but it ' was taken rather good naturediy. mere was no es cape. It Is said that one man. hired to be on the job, started out in the morn ing with $600 in his pockets and when night came be still had the $600. The leader of the salocn forces is a prominent "politician, and was much in evidence all day, but merely because, whether in his auto or walk ing the streets, he, was accompanied "THE MONEY VALUE ., , OF EDUCATION" IS TIMELY "Y" ADVT. The Mcney yame or.aucation . forms the topic : of an Interestuig ad- tl h arrangcd tUe following ten- part of November, two new cecreta Vertisement which has been Placed in t - ! ., . ,T .. . . J. i"'rr!r: ZZnlLl :.ultlht 8 o'clcck. commencing August 27: - elation. These are Misa Leonore An SSSLSK rff w Si ilSSr L I Au6t 27-'Causes of War." de.son. who will take the position of ??J!f"seif"" ?eyl' " September 3-"Ccurts cf . Europe." director of sDhyslcal educaUon. and ranging from a large one down to one apparently containing, veryjittle cash. Abcve each bag is a notice and, start Uig.wlth.the largest, they read as fol lows: ' . '.' : : . ; . FirstThe average callege trained man earns cn an average of $13 a week at the age of 22 years and 142 a ,:,.:r : rir;i.:r -:L" largely from this class that America wuajr u UI4HIU6 iici uitu ui niiaiio. SW?V?r are college trained men.' Second The average man with a vocaticnal school training f such as Is being offered by the T. M. C. A.' night school) earns on an average pf SI 7 a weeK ai me. age 01 zz years na j a week at the are of 32 vears . iMen . fcr responsible positions are being 1 drawn largely from thte class, i xmru xe rnna u. common schbol encalion. .plus shop and factory training, earns on an av- erage Cf $13.50 a week at the age of 22 m.1 I .Tfl ,. I t 82 years.- - ; Fourth The average man with an eighth grade training or less earns on an average of $10 a week at 22 years of age and $12.20 a week at 32 years of age. This represents 80 per cent of our population and also-the great classes. ouik cf our pauper and v 'criminal ,: - Two mines of the Cananea Coasoli- dated Conner Co.. at Sonora.; Mexico are: On firp Th XfoTfran W-rlr."a ' er a strike, are suspected. dudes all boys interested In dramatlca. public speaking, debating, and music It meets In the Boys' Department every Saturday night - Visit them. Thursday Night Lectures. Messrs. Farringtohw Love and -Fra..' sier, the committee In charge of the Thursday; Mght Lectures, announce that they wi!l start another series be ginning next week. ' v i - 1 , War News! - . . " - - '.-...'' f - The new bulletin board In the lobby : always supplies the latest war news.) Drop in and read it, and consult the . .fine map of Europe we have hung up. ' ram Prog for MUST by two women who had an auto and a camera. It is said that he acted like a gentleman all day. never los ing his patience but once and -that was when he approached a telephone and discovered Mrs. Vingling at his el - bow. He exclaimed in some rage: "Well, if you must hear, I suppose you must," and he proceeded to send two messages which were promptly report ed at the headqaurters of the Anti- Saloon League. As he hung up the phone he impatiently asked: "Mr3. Wingling, when are you going to let . - . ' . .. up? she replied, wnen tne pons close." And sd the brave women fought the jbattle right through to the finish dis- covering that it vus hottest and thick- est between sundown and 8 o'clock. when voting closed. They won the day. Independence, Missouri, has gone dry. It is now the largest 6a- loonless cHy in the State. . It is to be noted that one very amusing incident occurred with this o rto; o i,r taui if-, ii . tiro, in 1,0111 v a vi o iai t. number of colored folk live, and 2fi0 100 voted because It was understood that the negroes were afraid of the women and the? camerasr and as a consequence, whenever the "paid" so- Iicitors with their pockets full, being easily "spotted," approached the ne- groes, the groups were scattered by the women. Hurrah for this type of American suffragists! TENTATIVE PROGRAM OF THURSDAY LECTURES IS OUTLINED BY Y. M. C. A. - v tBn'B nviction AoQia. lauve prograra 01 leciurt-s 10 ue given In Cooke hall each Thursday evening September 10 "The Economics of a Great War." ' September 17 The Monroe Doc- trine." September 24 Open date. October 1 "Russia." October 8 Open date. election. The committee In charge cf the lec- . . prnrinff the sneakers It Is TeX fo havre T fonnrll cn tcpics pertaining to the present European war. EDITOR'S ESTATE . ; p.nce Tn pnf I FRF '? - UUCO IU OULLCUC ' ' ' ' " f By Latest Mall. ,v .o--, The SL Louis Christian Advocate, is largely bequeathed to the Central . VT T flTTTC RT Tha Aetotfl rtt Vi rt . according to the terms of his will filed here. A farm at Waverly, Mo. Is given to the college, says the Fargo Forum and Daily Republican. He also left to the college other property, the Income of which should be used "tn train vmmr women tn dn .somethine:" ' ; CDCPIAI ccblinco t -: ' ; . KAMUILIILl FOR GIRLS ft m m m . mm m m m a as m ' 1 v nc iMniiOTDl Al cPUnni . '. . . " f . The Inmates of the girlsMndustrial SChocl will attend services at the Ka- moiliili church at 3:30 o'clock tomor- row afternoon. The sermon will be aeuverea Dy ueacon s. k. Kamaiopia. Toe public Is cordially Invited to at tend. . The Grand Army of the Republic will be, invited to hold its annual on- campment at Washington next sum- mer. . I The Grand Trunk Pacific pier at Seattle. Wash., was destroyed bv fire at a loss cf $500,000. - Special Sunday Evening Solo-"All Ye Who Seek" v , MR. WILLIAM KERR Address, "The Lure of the Social Conscience" J vi k " BY WILLIAM 4. FRY, D. D. , ... rtJORNER BERETANIA ANDVrCTORJA STREETS ' , : ? . TIME: SUNDAY, AUGUST 15th, AT 7:30 P. M. You otre oririiklly invited W. C. A. NOV MAKING PLANS FOR NEXT YEAR Two New Secretaries Coming . frnm f fn InfTMSP Fffi- v a w w w w i r v w mm ciency of Association With the receiir arrival in Honolu- lu of Miss Carrie Chandler, who takes the position of genera, secretary left vacant by the wem resignation of Miss Esther Erirson. the association . now is commencing to terminate vian3 ffor the work w!;i-ii it intends to ac- complish during tlie coming ejr. "The asociation is trying to make plans for the coming yen-.1 s-tys Miss Chandler, "and would lik-? to have any of the girls or women who wish to enter any of th? cla.-s-, register at the office. "The Bible, I rend . Gorman. Span ish, English, milliner, domestic so ence and the differs athletic t'lass ..,., nnn0!,i!nn if ecs ra ac unui 1 vuuoiuci aiiuii. s 1 j'u.joi- ble. arrangements will be made 'or register to justify it.' Miss Chandler enters into iier new duties highly recommended, and with a keen interest in the "oca! work and ah aloha for Honolulu. She is a na- tive of Maine, and for some tirae was church secretary of the Lafayette- street Presbyterian church in Brook lyn,- N. Y., during the pastorate of Dr. C. B. McAfee. She spent a year in Laurel, Miss., on a mission of associa tion investigation, and it was upon her recommendations that an association was organized there which since has become a "flourishing and progressive voqi th'o imt rr rrtnhtr nr tho nrat ries win arrive in nuiiuiuiu ! 1111 v- cancies cn the staff of the local asso- Miss Cora Barney, who will become economic secretary. The bringing of these workers to Honolulu was au- thorized at a recent meeting of the board of directors of the association. I SPECIAL MEMORIAL SERVICES MAY BE HELD IN CATHEDRAL ..r.r ". A statement has :te$s.' given out from the Catholic mission to the ef fect that, until official information re garding the recent death of Pope Pius X is received by the churcn from Washington, D . . ,' ... C, no special memo-i irial services will be held in the cathe- jdral.. It Is believed that this official anncuncement will reach here before d and In this case special ser- De held , the Cathedral . . .. r . 1 qurms tne ee' JArANEE- EVANGELIST SPEAKS TOMORROW AT KAllMAKAPILI church Known as the ''Moody of Japan,' and considered the leading evangelist and Christian worker cf his own coun- try. Rev. T. Kimura. who has been vloltlnrr tn tlrnrln'n for tho nict aw. ieral weeks; will deliver a sermon in English, at the morning services at JKaumakapIH church tomorrow which commence at 11 o clock.. Since arriv lng in Honolulu Mr. Kimura has held several : large evangelistic meetings and has interested the Caucasian as well; as th .Tananese com m unities with his forceful and interesting ad- dresses. The public is cordially In- vited to attend the services tomorrow. George Boiko. a cigar salesman of New York, started suit against Dr. Michael Rosenthal for iaOonn Aam aKCS alleging negligence in the death nf nnito-o n The four children of nieh.nrd Roh- erts cf Taylor, Wis., were burned to death when fire destrovpH thotr homo in the absence of their father. Music SERVICES IH LOCAL CHURCHES nsTRAtrxioj rHCRm Rev. Doremus Scudder, D. D., Min ister. Rev. Amos A. ; Ebersole. Asso ciate minister. : Bible school at 9:.".0 a. m., classes for all ages. Morning worship at It o'clock. Address by Colonel Blanche B. Cox of the Salvation Army, Sub. ject. "The World's Congress in Lon don." In order to lay emphasis upon the men's meeting in the Empire theater there will be no evening service in the church.. ; Wednesday evening at 7:30, mid- week service in the parish house. Theme, "The Crafty Steward.' I T.. - 1 J - . x.rrjoouy welcome ai an services l FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL . CHURCH. First Methodist Episcopal Church. corner Beretania, ayenve and Victoria street, -v. Sunday services August 2.1. "The Lost Christ" will be the theme of the I morning sermon by Dr. William Henrv i Try at the.. Methodist church. In the UvAntnff Tm t. ...211 J 1 ! it - n. ' niu uJelue ",in J discourse in the present Sunday even- 1 a Of I ts vTh a T ' '"" ,c k T, .1 ' cussed. ku.iiii uxiov cnunnr Kalihi Union church, king street. be tween Gulick; avenue, and .Kamehame ha . Fourth road; .Rev. Horace W. Chamberlain minister. Bible school, 9:30 a. m. . Morning service, 11 a. m. Evening service, 7:20 p. ra. Senior C E., Wednesday, 7:30 p. Sunday morning the minister will preach from the subject. "The Voice of God in Modern-Times." The even ing, discourse will be upon "A Safe and . Profitable Investment." EPISCOPAL CHUB CUES St Andrew Cathedral Emma street, near 'Beretania,---Rt.- Bev. H. B. Restarlck, bishop; Rev. Canon Wm.j1' an(1 UfvaU n. ' ' ' , , AtilU. vLcar. i Sunday, services, 7 anl Zion s Religio-Literary Society meets 11 a. m. and 7:30. p. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Hawaiian congre - gallons. Rev. Leo pol a Kroll, pastor. Sunday services, 9:15 a. m. St. Clement's Church Wilder ave nue, corner Makikl. - Rev. Canon Us borne, rector. Holy Communion, 11 a.m.; evensong, 7:30 p. m. SL Mark's Mission Kapahulu road. Rev. Leopold : Kroll, priest in charge. Services: Holy Communion, first Wednesday each month, 10 a. m.; and :Z0 p. m. Sunday achool etery Sunday at 10 a. m, Holy Communion first Sunday of the month. . St. Eliza bet It's Cnnrch Located corner King street and Pua lane. Canon W E. Potwine, priest-In- charge. Sunday services: Holy Com munion at 7 a. m., on second, fourth and fifth Sundays; 11 a. m. on first and third. Evening prayer and ad dress at 7 p. m. Korean services at 9:30 a. m. and 8:15 p. m. $ Eplthany Mission, Kalmckl 10th and Palolo. The Rev. F. A. Saylor In charge. Miss Flora Tewksbury, orgattist. Services : Holy . Coinmunion, 7:30 a. m. ' -. - : -.' .,-'" -: Sunday School, 10 a. m. .Morning service and sermon, 11 a. KACMAKATILI CHURCH (COXGRE - GATIOXAL) Rev. H. K. Poepoe, Minister. Corner King street and Asylum road. 10 a- ra Sunday School, Interna tional Sunday School Lessons, both English and Hawaiian. 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Rervlrw Wednesday at 7;20 n. m - - - 1 GFRWAV rrTHERA!f CnFRCH Roretanla ictnnt neai Tnnohhnvrli street v ;. j . Snndav aorvlrPH ttt' 11 n m and nn last Sunday of each month at 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. CHUECH OF JESUS CHKIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 1704 Lusitanta street. Sunday serv ices, 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m. Sunday school. 10 a. m. - Yftung-Men's - and Touug Ladies ' Improviuent Associa tlon meets Sunday evening at 7: JO o'clock. Ladies' Relief Association meets Friday at 10 a. m. CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL Fort street, near Beretania. Rt Rev. Libert, bisFiop of Zeugma, pas tor; Fatter Maximin, provincial. Sna day services. 6, VS. and. 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. Low mass daily, C and 7 a. m. High mass Sunday aad saints' days, 10:30 a. in. ST. ArGrSliNrl-S CHAPEL Ohua lane. Waikiki. Rev. Fr. Valen tin, pastor. Sunday services,, 9 a. m THE CHKISTIW (lIURrir. Old V. M. C. A. building. Hotel and Alakea streets..;. David Carey Meters, minister. ,.. Actlng; under -Instructing fram hU physician, Miaister Peters will preach but once each Sunday until further notice, and his office will be closed the remainder of the month. The usual meetings will be held ex cept the evening service. Mr. Peters will pre?eh tomorrow morning, the subject being, "The Unspoken Message of the Christ." The young - people .-of the church will hold their meeting at six thirty. . The plans for the new church are fir enough" along tr be shown next Wed nesday evening. Slides have been made of the plans, elevations and per spective, which .will, be -projected outo a screen with a stereopticon. and ell the details will be fully explained. AH persons interested In these plans are myited to be present. REOKfl AMZKD CHUKCJI OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY - " SAIMS ' . , '.-v.-.. Church located on King street, one block Ewa of Thomas square. Young people's prayer meeting at 8:30 a.m. Sunday school, 9:41 a. m. Classes adapted ta all ages, and adult class in both English and Hawaiian. Morr.in?'worship at 11 a. ni In Eng- 1 at p. mr J Evening worship at 7:30 p. m. All meetings open to everyone. Strangers will find a welcome at the little King street church. Honest ia - vestigatioa solicited. KAWAIADAO CHURCH Corner King and tunchbowl streets Sunday services 11 . a. . m.: and 7:20 p. M. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. ra. SEVENTH D AY ADYEXTIST ; CHURCH. 7C7. Kinau .street. R II. Conway, paster. Services S&bbath (Saturday) Sabbath, school. 10 a. m.r preaching, 11 o'clock. Also preaching Sunday, 7:30 p. '111. . Subject Sunday night. t August 16, "The World Crisis." What is the meaning of the nresent situation? The Bible explains it. ' A cordial invitation is extended to the public. ' FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, ;.- SCIENTIST All services neld : m the Odd Fel lows', building. Fort street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. 'i, Sunday, school " at ft:S. a. for young people under 20 years. Wednesday evening meetings. 8 p.m. Free reading, room, Odd' Fellows' buitdlnp,. Fort street. Hours, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. All welcome. , ; :. SALVATION ARMY Regular meetings are held In the Salvation Army hall on Xuuann street between Merchant- red Queen. streets, as follows; . raesaay, weanesaay, Thursday, I Saturday and Sundaytent made Dy Uie street railway man , . . i . 1 nigDis at a oc;ociv. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Holiness Meeting Hi 11 a. m Young People's meeting at 6:30 i P- m. Other Sunday Schools are held at Sloan Mission, 3 p. m.; School street, 2:30 p. m.. Liliha street, 3 p. m. (Jap anese and Korean). A cordial invitation to any or all these meetings i3 extended by ADJUTANT S. MAN HART, ' ' ': ! Offieer in charg. : : -' H- i' I . - r REV. T. DIM k SPEAKER AT T SlDMIEEfll Japanese Evangelist, Visiting Here, to Tell of His life and Work in Far Est 1 The most unique meeting of the Sunday evening series which js beinj hild in the Empire Theater is that arranged tor tomorrow evenirg, when Itev. T. Kimura of Japan wslf be ;he speaker. A Japanese evanseiilt brirff ing a Christiau message' to an aud- lence n cngiisti speaKing irfn is a novel situation and tme whicS will at tract unusually large numbers of men. "The Moody of Japan" Is the title which Ilev. Kimura has won throttg'a the power of his evangelistic njosase, Ireaching over Japan he was Drought hundreds of his fellow countrymen to an acceptance of the claims orjChrisf. IPs appeal is a stirring one, which never fails to bring response from his Japanese hearers Rev. Klmdra aaa stirred the local Japanese con&nunlty with his preaching as it has never been moved before. He has iet hij goal as 1000 converts and indication are that he will exceed that number. He is not only a speaker of pdwer to Japanese, but has a strong message for KnRlish-speaking people. ad dress at Central Union church nrecent ly was listened to with great, interest. His sense of humor and the viral uote in his preaching win fcr him ihe re slts wh'ch he has gained. I Rev. Kimura h;is a good command cf the English language, which he gained, during his residence in the states. He is emphatic in M3 Oratory and holds the attention of lare aud iences with his powerful appeal. He draws from his experience fort many out 1 1 tic t ro t Inn a viii -tnttnta Vil hearers. He is humorous and his pic 1 ture9 of American manners and life are most laughable.' ' j Becoming a convert to ChrisJanlty while yrt a boy in Japan he vsient-to , tne rnitcd States to study. Fof some tim ho onmintii a moot mf-.afni mis!?ion to Japanese in the cty of San Francisco. It was here that he met the great evangelist, Dwlght L. 1 Moody, who became interested n the the young Japanese because of the earnestness of hU desire to tfjln an education. Through Moody's h41p h 3 was able to go to Chicago anij enter the Bible Institute - there. Kimura's sincerity and ability , as a shaker won him the attention, of frientvwho assisted Mm -financially fn hisifvork. James WakerifUI. who ii chilrman of the Y. M. C. A. committee. 5 Jvhlch has these meetings in chargM will ."? .wub- iU "J f lue '5 -vni special musical features of the;!meet ing will have their place on the pro gram and add to the attractiveness of the meeting. Tlie Empire theater meetings! praw an audience of several hundred men each Sunday evening, who testy to their inspiration and helpfulness;; The musical , program commences -aj 7: IS o'clock. H WOMEN TO ACT AS STREET CAR CONDUCTORS FOR DAY By Latest 'Mail. ST. jOSEPH,: Mo. Women will act asTstreet car conductors during one day next October on all, the lines In c3uit . oItau6c- agement ana representatives oi tne Federation of Women's .' Clubs, j AH money collectod in excess, of the reg- u'ar daily receipts will be .given to lecal charities. , - - i " mm t . Herbert C. Hcckin, convicted In- the dynamite conspiracy cases, w serious ly 111 in the prison hospital at Leav enworth. Kan. . Captain Wiiliara F. Randolph -aide to General "Stonewall" Jacksonrtied at Warren ton. Va., aged 83 years !; ,- j., a -a - n ;-ii..ii(i 9.