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id, Wednesday, evening meeting at t
o'clock. Free readies; room. Pantheon
building, corner Hotel and Tort
streets, rooms 1 and 2. open dally from
10 a. m. to J p. m-. except Sundays
and legal holidays. A cordial invita
tion to attend our service and visit
our read In room Is extended to all
, Lesson subject for Sunday, Febru
ary 17. "Christ .Jesus."
Regular meetings are held In the
Salvation Army hall at 10 N. Hotel
street, near Nuuanu; as follows: Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
nlghta at I o'clock.
! Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Yownt People's meeting at 6:15
; Orber Sunday acbools are held as
follows: At 10 . m.. Kukut. street
near Uliha street Unpanew. rorps);
at 1340 LiliLa street (KoreanNcorps);
312 Vineyard street (Spanish corps. ;
1 ;30 p. ul, at School street, near Uliha
street, corner room 'English corpi.
y Lieut.Ol. Blanche B. Cox will
speak at the Salvation Army hall on
Hotel street on Sunday night. xAdjt
Duncan accompanies her. Extra meet
Ings will be held doting the Carnival.
T A cordial invitation to any br all
these meetings Is extended by
; " ADJT. TIMMEItMAN.
K A WAIinAO CHURCH
; Rev. H. H. Parker, 'pastor.
Corner King and Punchbowl streets.
Sunday services 11 a. m. "and 7:30
p. m. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Prayer
metlnr Wednesday at 7:20 p. ra.
I Col. Blanche Cox of the Salvation
Army - will occupy the Kawalahao
church pulpit on Sunday morning. Feb.
SO, at 11 a. m. All are Invited.
KAUMAKinLl CHCKCU (COXGEE.
: Rev. H. K. Poepoe. pastor;, Rev. S.
K. Kamaiopill, assistant paator. .
Corner King street and Asylum road,
i 10 a. m. Sunday school, interna
Uonal Sunday School Lessons, both
English and Hawaiian.
; 6:20 p. ra. Christian Endeavor.
'Service Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
William Henry Fry, D. D., superin
tendent of Hawaiian Mission. Office
at First Methodist church; residence,
2020 Kamehameha avenue.
Rev. L." L. Loofbourow, , minister.
Corner of Victoria and Beretanla
streets: Sunday services atvll o clock
in the. morning and 7:30 .o'clodk 'in
the evening.1: s
... y. Japanese; v
River.Street Japanese ChtirchV1' Rer.
C. Nakamura, pastor.. , Corner , River
street and Kokul 1 3?hday sc5opl
9:45 a. m.; public Jrhp; at ll a.'
and.8.p. m. f.Ujjf hJ lZUi
South King Street Japanese Church.
Rev. . G. Motokava Vastor 'orncr
South King street fcadrPufranou, Suiji
day school, 9i.4&i id ii.t sMblid war-
ahip At 11 a. m. and1 8 p.mr
'.tiTKOREAN,. Tffl t I
Hnnr -. arfinfi naitoft W PUCiSbwwl
street belweenHotel and Beretabii.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Public ser
vices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
7, Nuuanu Mission Rev. H. S. H6ng,
acting pastor. Puunui street, Nuuanu
Valley. ; Sunday - scBool,'- 9: 45 a,
public worship at 11 a; nr. and 7: 30"
pm.1-' ' i.fTv. v'v:' 7-'sr;
i;';h'FLIPINO.';Vt. -aA: ;
Queen Street Mission Rer. C. 'C.
Ramirez, pastor. Milolani and Queen
streets. - Sunday school at 11 a. nx;
public worship at 19 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. : ' ; ' .
f The. hour' for prayer meeting is the
same in all cases Wednesday even
lng at 7:30. ;
EVANGELISTIC BIBLE CLASSES.
W. E. Pietsch,.evang2list Residence
corner Pahoe and Koko Head avenue,
Bible' Claasea. : -i .::Y '; v
Sunday 2:3d p. m. Mollllli church.
Sunday. 4 d. m. Kaulawela Mlssion.
. Monday, 7:30 p. m. Central fire ata
'. Friday, 7:30 p.-m. At residence.;
SECOND CHINESE CONQREQA
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Beretaiiia streeC F UeV. Tset Keltu
en,. minister. M f ijiHu
' 11 a. m. Mornmr worahlp. ; '
1 p. m. Snsday achooL, , , . . ,
6 p. m. Bible atadyi , ; ?
, 7 p. m. YOuog people'! meeting.
'Prayer meeting will be held each
Wednesday evening, beginning at 7
o'clock. ; : "' ' - '' . s
FORT STREET CHINESE CHURCH.
Fort street mauka or Beretanla.
Wong Tso Ten and Yuen To Puy,
9:30 a. m. Sunday achooL
li a. m. Morning service with
The Christian Endeavor Society
meets, in the church at 6:30 o'clock
on Sunday evening.
GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Beretanla avenue, near Punchbowl
. G. Schafhirt, pastor.
: Sunday services at 11 a,m. on ev
ery Sunday and ; on the' last Sunday
of every month, also evening service
t 7:30 n. m. i - '
Sunday school Every Sunday at
10 a. m. ' - a .
cftr.iATFD BIBLE STUDENTS.
VMtinei . held . regularly In ' . BibleT
Students' han. 150 South :Beretahla
street In rear of " Hawaiian Poono
rrnh Sasnlv Comnany. :-;i
Sunday. 3:30 p. m. Berean study.
VThe Divine Plan:"
7:15 d. m. Bible study, current
Tuesday. 7:30 n. m. Bible study.
Friday. 7:45 p. m. "Old Testament
. All are welcome. No collections tak
en and no money solicited.
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SEAMEN'S INSTITUTE MISSION
CHURCH, ALAKEA STREET.
WAR ACTIVITIES HAVE OUSTED
FORMER GAY VENICE CUSTOMS
Traffic in Men and Munitions
Fills Canals, and Great
Hotels are Closed
fBy AssocUtt4 Pms
v VENICE. Take a gondola for a trip
through the Grand Canal during these
war days and one sees many changes
In the centers of interest well known
to travelers and readers the war
dress of the homes of Lord Byron, and
the composer, Wagner, of the poet.
Browning, and the American writer,
W. D. Howells, the' romantic palace
where Desdemona waited for Othello,
and further along In the market quar
ter near the Rialto bridge, the house
Tit Shylock, the quaint .building stand-
ing there unchanged today but now
used as a butcher's shop where a
rusty Italian butcher exacts Shylock
war prices of $0 rents a kilo for the
pounds of flesh dealt over the counter.
Starting from the quay San Marco,
the broad lagoons entering the Grand
(.anal have an air of martial and na
val preparation rather than the usual
carnival aspect which marks this cen
ter. The quays are1 lined with sol
diers and sailors, and the gondolas
are carrying great loads of war sup
plies back and forth, and transporting
troops and marines from point to point
while the launches from the warships
dart in and out among the gondolas.
Few Gondolas In Service. ..
Ordinarily there are 2C00 gondolas
in regular service 600 private and
2000 public but only a very. few. of
these remain in, use 6flng to the ter
ror inspired by the bomb, raids. Most
of the wealthy, residents have hurried
ly left-for the southland there are
no tourists to make use of the public
gondolas. . Only one first-class' hotel
remains open, and half; of It is given
hospital for the wounded
brought in' from the nearby fighting
Entering the Grand Canal, the
great domes of Santa Maria della Sa
lute stand out on the lift, but always
with their war trappings, or here Is
located the headquarters of the army
red cross, where most of the work
of the field hospitals is regulated. The
palace Venier next to the church, is
? f f?f'Ttraordinarilv difficult to make
vriiPii rPAltza v fully :' the .absoluta
necieity for a thorough Uainitg -.if !
they intend; to. taaa.up apine fpeci
career as- a, perjnanentieans. of earn
inr tiiMr- Kvlnr r Mn,have-come to
iiderstind that there .litile, v jno
ooenine for the-wUralaediWorkef', and
in consequence, are wmdy, to take
I a paid ppaitioa. vTWa agreastep
in the right direction, bat inere -is
always theu tendencgr.td think; that,,
very short, i an ,uraorj jlraining, wfil
be ViBufdcIent and that greater, effi
ciency cau'oe picKeo-rnP py-:PFf5,:t;
when actually holding a position?
; If women wish to dc men's .work and
to pfbve j.Uiemselves ..efluaily compe
tent, they must seriously lane uu
matter into Consideration. A boy
chooses' his future career at a com-
Iaratively early age and prepares for
that career for a consiaeraoie ume Be
fore he can hope te earn a good salary
Take the numerous branches fit men's
work the -plumbers, builders, cabinet
makers, etc In each case they , have
served an apprenticeship for several
years. Again, in the case oi iarmers,
lawyers, engineers, etc., every man
who has any prospect or maxing neao
nrnv onH grntnr ft steady ' Income has
.1 U W. M.MQ . w .
given years and yean t reful study
and; practical experience '.befpre arriv-
tug at the ,pomt .wnere aw success u
tairly 'well assured. ....
Where Women, pail. - , -
This is where women are itKeiy to
fail. They are In such Hr terrible. hurry
to begin. '. Even, in rases i where the
iiafltkn of money and time to spend
in training presents no difficulty, they
are qaite ready to cram as mucn as
they can. Into few weeks, and, with
out waiting to Dei feet tKelr knowledge;
rush out to obtain, some kind of posi-
URGES WOMEN T0V
PITTSBURG, Pa. The Rev. James
E. Norcross, pastor of Shady Brook
Baptist church, just returned from San
Francisco says while there he saw
Oriental "women in Chinatown more
sensibly attired than their Occidental
sisters and ''they wore something very
"When God gave folks legs He In
tended them for use, and if all women
adopted the masculine attire used by
their, sisters in mountain climbing
they would feel better' concluded the
speaker; " - ' : -- -""'.--
WET SOLON WANTS TOT. MOVE :
U. S. CAPITAL TO MILWAUKEE
WASHINGTON, D. C Fearing that
the prohibitionists wilh-snake Wash
ington "dry," Representative. William
J. Carey of Wisconsin wants to move
the national capital to .Milwaukee. To
this end he has Introduced in Con
gress a resolution directing the fed
eral government to retreat before the
advancing "dry forces and retire to
the' damp fastnesses of Wisconsin."
The resolution declares that prohibi
tion is a menace to society and good
government" The resolution went
to 'the committee on alcoholic traffic
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Services Sunday 6 p. m. and by
arrangement All sailors cordially wet
come. '- : . ..
Subject lesson sermon for Sunday,
January 23, 1916, "Truth."
similarly used for army hospital ad
ministration, and the red cross flags
are flying everywhere as a warning of
immunity from bomb raids. Further
up the canal on the right is the house
of Desdemona. Jost what Desdemona
did in her day is a matter of tradition
fand Shakespearian romance. Now the
eld palace is occupied by a rich mer
chant family who have fled to the
south; the curtains are drawn, the
lower windows guarded by steel shut
ters and the gardens neglected.
Clearing Side Canals. ;
In front of the former German em
bassy dredges are now at work clean
ing out the side- canals. This la a
mammoth work, done every 200 years
in the Grand Canal, and every 20
years In the- side canals. . The pres
ent absence of traffic has given oppor
tunity for this scouring. Great mass
es of black mud are brought up and
carried out to sea. All the sewage of
Venice empties into these canals, but
the tides of the Adriatic aweep out
the sewage and keep the city in a
reasonably healthy condition.
In the, market section of the city
the Grand Canal shows its usual act
ivity with the fish and vegetable mar
kets surrounded by boat and crowd
ed with customers. Venice has re
cently finished a veritable palace for
its fish market ; , V
War Prices On Everything. -'
The markets and stores In the vic
inity . showed war prices , prevailing
everywhere owing to the military de
mand, except on some vegetables and
fruit Cauliflower was six cents, tur
nips six cents a kilo, potatoes 8 cents
a kilo. Apples and pears were from
40 to 70 centimes a kilo. Eggs were
3 cents each quite cheap. Butter was
high and beans particularly high, be
cause the supply from Galicla has
been cut off by the war.-V "
The working classes continue to get
tineals at reasonably cheap rate,.ow
r lnr in nriUra pivn hw thft eitV au
Ing to orders given by the city au
thorities. Shops for the poor ' are
selling soup at 2 cents a plate, and
with bread 3 cents. A big slice of
maize cake is one cent, and with
baked fish 2 cents. The price of bread
is kept down by municipal regula
tions and the quality of the bread
kept up. ' '
itionJ. This? leavea the
njateur over: au uieir. worK.,. ana .j
the -hWf. reason why many employer
are ao' chary of engaging women. . They
rayelearned by experience that, lew
women are sufficiently, well trained to
be trusted entirely to carry xmt thelt
ybrk satlstactortly. .' ' ; - :
VrA woman who has made a huge suc
cess of farminrand seea in this irork
a bigVlield for other women who are
Vjiuing to take ume to learn ine ae
UUs of the work, writes the following
Interesting letter on the subject: "We
nra. irvlnt- ta -get- intelligent'- women
too' the i land; : but ' they expect to 'go
there with. Httl or no knowledge, or
experience,; and ask the" wages, many
of ;them, of . skilled workers, or they
are prepared to give a" short time lo
learn a branch, say slx weeks orthrM
months and consider themselves fully
equipped to earn a good-living at that
particular, work, v " . v; . " v :
Too Much Hurfy. v , '. - ''i1
"Alllking. for instance. Classes have
been arranged, of six week' duration,
in which girts are supposed to become
efficient in this art, lf :T may call it
sa: Milking cannot be properly learn
ed in this time, and in nine cases out
of ten the farmer's cows will be ut
terly, ruined as -j;ood : milking xowe,
AgainV take poultry farming.. Girls
come to me for a three months' course,
and ask if '. they are , able : to take a
position as manageress orrrun their
own farm. It Is against ail reason. ' -"I
have had many years experience
in poultry and dairy farming, and I do
want to Bee the women much more en
lightened and better equipped for the
work' that Is before them. " Why
should parents "and guardians expect
girls to entef the field of wage earn
ing upon so little and so indifferent
a trainingr ' ; . ': . ' r . '
FAST SKATERS USED BY
GERMANS FOR DESPATCHES
XBy AiMdatod PrMj
KIEV, Russia. Among German
prisoners recently brought here were
a number of men who called them-
L selves "despatch skaters." From
them It was learned that a whole com
pany of expert skaters had been
equipped early In the winter to carry
despatches by short cuts across - the
lakes from which the Germans have
taken up winter quarters in various
sections of the front The organizer
was said to be a man of the name of
Wagner from Vienna, a prize skater
and racer . of local renown. The
prisoners were captured at Volini, near
Vladimir Voiynsk. - ;
U. S. SHIPS TO TAKE FOOD
TO JEW3 IN PALESTINE
NE YORK, N. - Y. The United
States collier Sterling will be used to
transport supplies from this country
to Jewish sufferers in Palestine. In
f.ddit:oa to medicines to be sent by
the American v Jewish relief commit
tee, the Sterling will carry' fO.000
pcunds -of matzoth, for-which funds
have been ' collected by" the Hebrew
Shelter and immigration Aid Society
of this city. Word was received from
rabbis in the Holy Land that a mat
zoth famine was likely at Passover be
cause of the inadequate grain crop.
The Sterling sailed from Norfolk Feb.
a Tails Ma
In our eipcht preoedinff talks' Vc have eu
floayored to enlighten you in regard to some of
the advantages of having OAS in your home.
We have had neither time nor siice to give yon
ALL of them, and new delights due to OAS
are being each day discovered; - '
AVe feel that yon must, however, be convinced
that, whatever lightens your labor, gives you
better results, more comfort, more time for the
higher things of life, and all for less money,
must be worth having. Let us talk it over
f urt her just call 3424 and ask our represcnta
tive to call. Yoii will be pleased with our
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Itineraries for trips to
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Night letter-service ;to San Francisco, Oakland,
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