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TTTB IlATfAlIAN STAR, WRnNNHDAY, JAGUAR? 11, ItU.
Hotel opp. lletliel.
LargMt Motion 1'loturo Theater
(Management of It. J. Lovo.)
DON'T MISS THIS
Marvel of Contortion Fame.
Will be Tied with Fifty Feet of Rope
and Uncoil Himself From It.
Malan-Magrath Jolly Comedy.
A funny Sketch.
DOT RAYMOND and GEO. STANLEY,
In Up-To-Date Songs.
NEW FILMS1 NEW ORCHESTRAl
tioiei out uijy.
(Management J. T. Scully.)
Matinees Every Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday at 2:30 p. m.
AMATEUR NIGHT NEXT FRIDAYI
Rf-aume Acrobatic Turns Better Than
Ever Wonderful !
CRAWFORD AND MEEKER
Just Nonsense makers In clean Comedy
: In Catchy, Popular Songs.
Coziest and Most Complete
. In the City.
SPECIAL FILM DISPLAY.
New Orchestra Under the Direction of
PROF. HARRY WEIL.
POPULAR PRICES'. 10c, .15c, 25c,
(Management of Sam Kubey)
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onco 111 favor ot pence In tho Pacific.
War botweon Asia nml America would
mean tho annihilation of our business
I tirriRiiorlf r nml tin atllt mnrn nvafnm-
liuittorlncs of n nosslblo government ,. ... ,.i mi....
Uptothls Jmolt hns beon1)y comml88,on havo grown ominously Bhoroa ,uto nn nbhorront onglno of
iroquont ana tiic lata pieniscue wur- ,le8tnlct,011 As ,ong 8 wo romnln
cd ontlroly in tho direction of thli Torrltory wo shall have no voice In
unpleasant outcome Unpleasant bo- , , . .. hnlwpnI. rhl.
cause wo have some power now, butnn In)an nnJ tho gtates ut lf we
under a Commission wo might as won
A commlttoo of fifty-nix loading
mombors of Contrnl Union church met
Inst night In fho parish house at din
nor and dlsoussod a now plan for
organizing Uie flnancos ot tho churoh
and making it a moro democratic Ins-
customary each year to send blanks
by mall to tho people of the church
sklng subscriptions to covor expendi
tures. As a consequence only a small
number have contributed and n't tho
closo of tho year a deilcit has remain
ed for a fow to shoulder. President
Lowrey of tho board of trustees last
night stated the conditions, explained
the proceduro thus far followed and
called on the minister to set forth tho
now plan approved by the trustees by
which every man in the constituency
of tho church should bo seen by one
of tho fifty-six committeemen during
tho coming week and given tho prlvl-1
lege of taking an active part in the '
support and business management of
Addresses were made by J. P. Cooke,
W. O. Smith, A. Lewis Jr., V. R.
Castle, H. F. Wiohman, D. L. With
ington, W. A. Bowen and J. R. Gait,
after which a unanimous voto was
passed to enter into tho campaign.
Rev. Mr. Ebersole then explained tho
details and jthe company resolved it
self Into a' business committee, each
member taking a list of names and en
tering his own 'subscription.
The following letter was sent today
to each of tho men enrolled with the
"Dear Sir: For many years the
funds required to maintain tho work
of Central Union Church have been
secured by mailing subscription blanks
to all our constituency. The response
has been generous tut confined to a
fraction of those who look upon Cen
tral Union as their church. At the
close of each year a large deficit has
remained to be made, up by a few Individuals.
TIME TO CAMPAIGN
FOR STATEHOOD HERE
Of most oxcollont nmimfnetiins. Nolgolow.
an (ceil, Furniture, Iron HodM it ml Mnttrorttw.
It looks well and sounds woll. It
Is timo to organlzo n campaign to so-1
euro it. During tho pnst fow yeaiu,
bo a lot of slaves, and no one likes
that sort of thing. Unpleasant be
cause commission government might
easily bo worked to tho detriment of
our Industries. A commission would
havo no Incontivo to develop tho re
sources of Hawaii. A commission
woald havo no incentive to develop
tho resources of Hawaii. It would
nlmost certainly becomo nn adjunct
of the military and naval interest
soon to be so overwhelmingly cen
tered hero. Let .ns not havo Hawaii
GIbraltarlzed. With n commission
tovornment civics would expire
win statehood wo at once assume tho
position ot niedlntor. Wo aro tho on
ly part of tho American Union that
even to the slightest degree under
stands tho Chinese or the Japanese.
That knowledge is an asset in tho
renlm of statesmanship of untold vn
lue. Tho Nation would recognize It
at noce and our representatives
would bo accorded tho influence de
manded by their possession of this
quality so essential to coming world
The psychological time then has
arrived for striking a blow for the
larger liborty, wider influence nnd
W.W.AHANA 62 South King Street B
' 1 . . i.. ' i' in nc wil
TOM SHARP ew mi sharp CIGNC
The Painter (jQ7 Are
Elite Building I Trade Promoters
among our people. To compare our greater dignity of statehood. Hawaii's
conditions under a commission with past as an Independent nation dc-
hat of tho District of Columbia Is!
manifestly unfair. The entire Na
tion has a definite Interest and prido
in lis capital that it never could feel
in these far away islands. If a com
mission should rule here, goodbye to
Hawaii's ever becoming a center of
Influence or a vital essontial part of
the Nation's life. By all means lot
us fight unitedly against such an out
come. If not a commission government,
then let us seek self-government In
the largest sense, and that means
statehood. There are two objections
to creating Hawaii into a state. One
is tho preponderance ot the Hawaiian
voter. That will soon bo a negligible
quantity, both because he Is dying
out and because the tide of immigra
tion from the mainland Is beginning
to flow. The other is tho large As-
mands this evolution ns a matter of
poetic Justice. It accords with the
fitness of things. It will bo a step In
the development of our Nation from
a mere continental to a world Power
It will make for the coming Feder.i'
tion of Mnnkiml.
D. S., in the Friend.
Instantaneous Success of
Australia's Silvery Tenor.
Monologist and Expert Dancer,
In Illustrated -Songs.
KUroda, J. K. Maunakea, G. L. Hu
wa a'nd J. Kaaea, the Hawaiian
quartet who made good on "Ama
Last nights of
PERRY AND ROWE,
NEW ACTS BY LUR LINE.
A FIFTY-CENT SHOW
fOc, and 15c
Barnes and West
In Comedy a'nd Dancing.
Nothing like It since
"A Parlor Match"
Song and Dance.
NEW PICTURES AND FILMS.
iatic population. This is not to be
"Many of our people ure urging that dreaded because the second genera
a more businesslike plan be mtroauceo.
which shall provide for tho entire
budget at the opening of each year by
securing a subscription from every
person in our constituency. Where
every one does his part tho burden
does not fall heavily on any one while
far more effective work and much
greater efficiency aro sure to result.
"In order to.reacli every Individual a
large committee has volunteered to
conduct a personal canvass of the
members and friends of the church.
During the coming week a member of
this committee will call upon you for
Cor. Nuuanu And Pauahi St.
Fifth Successful Week of
MISS MARGARET LOWELL
LATEST MOTION PICTURES.
Curios Of All Descriptions
Hand Embroidered Work
Hotel Street Near Union.
your subscription and we trust you
will deem IT a privilege to subscribe.
"Inasmuch as all loose change drop-!
ped into the collections taken at the
tic'n is rapidly growing up into cltl
zeuship and we know that no class of
our people will make better Ameri
cans than these children of orientals
educated to love and uphold our in
stitutions. Probably no moro ravorable oppor
tuniiy to push for statehood will ever
present itself than is afforded by the
prepont political situation at Wash
ington. Tho two great parties are so
evenly divided that Hawaii's 3 votes
would mean much to each. Many of
I orr states owe their creation to like
I circumstances and have Justified the
wisdom of tho action that made them
iniegral parts of the Union. Hawaii
i.o-v numbers 110,034 more people
1, w,,n,in r n i it. .. it
J 1 1 i 111 1 hkvuuu, iii,ait IUUIU ttlitu v vu
Sunday services are for benovolent ( mnfr aml la only I0413 BOuls uchind
purposes this canvass presents tno r0lawaro and 12,445 behind Arizona.
The conditions of population In
latter state where there are so mnny
Mexicans unable to speak English ap
proximate those of this Territory. The
mainland has an Increasing aloha for
only feasible plan for securing definite
contributions from everyone.
"THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES,
"of the Central Union Church.
'Frederick J. Lowrey, chairman;
It Is a welcome announcement that
Mr. Paul Isenberg will park tho slopes
of Punchbowl. No moro public spirit
ed undertaking for the benefit of Ho
nolulu could be devised. This hill
is one of of the greatest scenic assets
we have because of Its central and
prominent location. Its artistic pos
slbllitles are very large Indeed, It
Is to bo doubted whether any other
one thing would add so much to the
attractiveness ot the city as the CLo-
velopment by landscape gardening of
this old crater and Its slopes. Mr
Isenberg will certainly deserve the
deep gratitude ot all our citizens if he
succeeds, in his project. Every pos'
slblo pressure should be brought to
bear upon Washington to turn over
the hill to our Territory for the pur
pose contemplated by our generous
fellow citizen. The next great move
ment should bo for a botanical garden,
Some one of the valleys running up
into the mountains would offer an
Ideal location and with generous sup
port our city might in a comparative
ly few years possess tho finest botani-
the . . " ,., ,..!, .
days anoru me gomeu uiniui wuii "
projects of this nature. The Friend.
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Remember tho Palm Test Is "The Best"
Jonathan Shaw. Secretary-treasurer; lthese Islands, and a picturesque cam
S. M. Damon, Clarence H'. Cooke, jPaign could no inaugurated that
Benjamin F. Dillingham, Charles H. would win supporters In constantly
Atherton, Georgo It. Carter, Joseph . Increasing numbers
P, Cooke, Theodore Richards."
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
A further consideration Is one of
international importance. Hawaii as
a state would exert tremendous influ-
v"DId he have any luck on his fishing
"Enough to keep him in conversa
tion for several weeks. Detroit Free
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
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Cures chronic tores, cuts, burn ana all
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Japanese Silks, Dry
Goods and Hats of
Robinson Broc Hotel Btrcot
and for one week thereafter, MR. A. M. MORGANTHALER of the
M. H. -Dirge & Sons Company, will give a SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
FINE WALL HANGINGS in our store.
We count this an event of unusual interest to lovers of fine decora
' tions, for it is rarely that the public has an opportunity to see such
beautiful productions and in such extensive variety. We invite you to
take advantage of this display if only from a standpoint of interest. Do
not feel that coming will obligate you to purchase. Make a memoran
dum of the dates on your engagement lists. .
SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS ON REQUEST:
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Householders, and Merchants who are interested in reducing
their light bills should use these lamps. They give
TWICE THE LIGHT FOR THE SAME MONEY
A clearer, brighter, whiter, steadier and better light in every
way than that obtained with the ordinary lamp.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
That is free from disease germs is the drink for the home.
We are putting it up in pints and quarts lor home use. Abso
lutely pure. It is the drink that keeps men and women. young.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Hotel Streets.
You buy wrapping paper, bags and twine.
If you aro not already buying from us, do you roaltzo that our
stock is tho largest in this territory and that you can buy to hotter
advantage from us.
Give us a trial Ofde.
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