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rzphnese Honor Yoshihiio ooo Birthday Celebrated Here Over the horizon line came our HONOUJLTT STAB-BULLETTIN, WEDNESDAY, 0 GTOBER 31, 1317. . -. . i i 3rd Annual im iff "'J.'! WW. EMPEROR YOSHfHITO Throughout the - Hawaiian Islands today all Japanese stores, business cuse and shcff are closed tn honor of Yoshih.'to. Emperor of Janatu whose tninynirtth Birthday anniversary is Delng celebrated on this day by Japa -ece residents In all corners of the filobe. V -.. , , ; : v i It is Japan's national holiday and elaborate' preparations for celebrations vrl!l be held In all the Japanese settlements on the different Islands. In Ho r.-fulu a reception Is being given this afternoon by Consul-GeneraJ Rokuro Morel at the consulate on Nuuantf street, at which several hundred Euro . pMr.s and prominent local Japanese are expected to be present. On the ZT.' .unia adjacent to the consulate a huge tent iaa been raised and booths ..t up and, decorated. . ReTreshments wlll.be served during the reception. The community celebration,' to, which, atl Japanese who pay Si are be ; Inj a.r.ltted. began at 1 o'clock at the Toklwa-en Tea House on. Nuuanu J- tre:t. The celebration la being presided over by K. I shlda, secretary of the j;ne$s association of riawan.- ; . . The program opened witn the Japanese national anthem, rendered by ' the Hawaiian band, and was followed by a speech given by K. Yamamoto, f:::n present ct me Japanese. cnamoer. of .Commerce.- v -s. the resting cf the congratulatory r.essage to be sent to the Emperor In ' cre cf the minister of household affairs In Tokio as coming from the Japa r tzs retiser.ts or Hawaii, win oe tne xasx or J. Tatsuruhama, principal of the ' ; Jirinee Nuuanu Street Schoot. ; Three cheers will follow, the cheering to C3 JS3 cy vonsui uenerai n. iviorou - .. v A prcjrsm cf wrestling will coma next Owing to an unforeseen clrcurrv t-:s the senna " cancing win not De given. Refreshments will be 1. - -i t " I: ire t - CrUl at Ftert Shatter Ma la school -ras. held. last f 7:C3 to 9:15 otlock, simti ; -l attacks by "waves" rctical trenches. Flares ire fired to glxe the men , v-kiss cover.- - - . .. v '.ely epea the firing of these 3 la the advancing:, parties p to the ground, lying mo nt!l tbe darkness had again movement forward. The made the work all the more en point of concealment, results were, obtained not rrc;'.- Ir i:;hu wc-Ti t::-' t: r" - c l-t rz 11 3 cxczizz'B drill closed with some r:;.'i v,crk ty the machine gun com-j-my. v.-ith -two Eenet and two Maxim zzzz. At 33 yards, the greatest rz'zi tilrca lt nisht, some excellent V.13 v. crs niie. This Is a holiday at Tcrt Carter. Muster was held ? thid ncrrir- t j the post Is taking Its cczllly hclliay. . C:; uty ChcriTf Julius W. Asch, who I. -3 tcca ccri-ed la Queen's Hospital for t:3 wetks, recovering from an crcratica for rrenJlcitis,Vpaid a brief i-It to the fclica stalloa-to.get-hls rzz.'X : ' -: 3 case cr Sam troldlno, charged Tvi'Jx cili clous conversion of the prop crty cf trcther. will come up for trial -In Ju'r3 Asiiord's ourt 'Thursday. C ;"::.-- is csjsed.wltl. the lheft of u:o tclcrsg to M. H. Webb,-the trcMtc;t. , , ..... -' - : SiOETMlT ; E. A. Mott-Smlth. chairman of the finance committee of the' board of su pervisors, is to day 'sending out aefc ler to tn neaas or all the city and county - departments asking them to furnish him, ; at the earliest possible moment, a' detailed estimate of .the needs of their rerpectlve departments and tne possible cost of maintenance of such department He wants this Information to use la making up his budget for next year. J -, y ."With the . estimates In . hand Mr. Mott-Saith will be able also to pro ceed . faster , with the details of hla city-management plan. ; T . "Before the ordinance is proposed," said Mr. Mott-Smlth, I wane every de tail of the plan worked out and I want the public, as well as the supervisors, to know just what the ordinance will stand fox. There's no use In trying to make too great' haste with this matter. : I may seem to be going slow ly, but rm working oa It t all the time." .-.'"vv,-. ' ' " o " :" -f f ;: ? y-..-ir MEMBER OF.THE ASSOCIATED. f " PRESS. -f f The Associated. Press is exclus- -t f Ively entitled to the use for re-.-f f publication of all news despatches, 4- credited to it or r not otherwise -f 4-: credited In this, paper and also -f f the local news published herein, -f Every day that you are without the V hno vlt-ge of dancing is so much pleas-h lire lost. ; V 3 . TheNalioml College vrill give you "4 private, lessons for $5.00; 8 class lessons for $5.00.; ; f 3n- : Dancing hours arranged to suit your con vcnience. ' - o;:;;;;-:-'''-:?-.., v-;:- i a .'Ik. "Va. ' ItVaa If if aw.t a V 'J . ..Illil November Sde this morning to continue until Nov. 10 The merchandise is exactly the same high stand- BSSBBBSSBBIBSBBSBSBBBBaaSBBSSBB'BBHBBBS ard we have always offered? the reductions are about 25 per cent. SEE HERE: Men's $15 Palm Beach , and Gool Cloth Suits, Sale $10 Men's $27.50 to- $37.50 H., S. & M; blue and black Serge Suitsj "Sale $20 to $30 Mens $20 to $40 H. S. & M. Homespuns and ;Tweeds v ". : .. J . Sale. $15 to:$32;50 Prices For Cash Only Necessary alterations free, as usual ill 5 1 ' 9 Il :-'4'v -f I "iilv 4 i' " I-'tV" si MR - l "-fli I l-',-'l?'I v i. J ' - ar " '..' 1 - f i 'i ; . v,r ' -t" v. " : - ,.,Copyrislit Hut, Sfhaffhcr k Itin : ,: ' - . . ; , 'tv:-XV ' .-y--- f . I I am -'' . '' ' " ; "'.?'...'. ........... ' :- Elks Bldg ICinjj St, near Fort BOY SCOUTS TO AID i DRAFT . Signal honor! has been tendered to the Box Scouts (of Hawaii In tho re quest from Major V J. Green ror :ncir assistance tomorrow In the draft draw, ing, the officer -Having sent a letter to Scouf - Commissioner R. N. Burnham, asking. thelrTaId.fy Fourteen boys will be chosen for the' drawing, one boy from each troop and two more acting 'as guards for the days. .:-' ; ; Each pair of boys will draw for an hqnr, and the various pairs ; will take their places in ; turn. Those to v be named for "the work are being picked by"' their own scoutmasters. Here 1s the letter from Major Green, in part: "I have the honor to request a de tail -;of Boy .Scouts -"to assist In the drawing for. the Selective Draft In the Territory of Hawaii, which will take place onJThursday, November t, at 9 o'clock in the morning. . v V; "The hours for the boys on Thursr day will be from 9 o'clock in the morn ing until such time as the drawing is completed. ; This wtlrprobably be be tween 4:30 and 5 o'clock, in the after noon. . .. . : v' .. : :-: T In making this' request, the" gov ernment is assured the hearty support of the Boy -Scouts. They have already exhibited their willingness and ability throughout thecottntry Jn the matter of the Liberty Loan and I feel assured that " whatever : duty is placed upon them In this new capacity will be fill ed to the best of their ability. " : , "Yours very truly, . : . ' TRANCI3 J. GR12EN, - - '' "Major, "Aide to the Governor,- ' -Di Charge of Selective Draff : - ' ; BORN' ; SANBORN Born '. to . Mr. ;and Mrs. L Donald Sanborn, Kualapau, . island of Molokal, oaTOctober 2L ?r ter. Phyllis.- .. . V. .. F 1 -0-?r x i I Exceptional Bargains at Eicraordinary Low Price r Commencing TODAY at our " .. Our entire stock of Oriental Goods now on hand will be offered at Cf-Mj v P"ces which are the lowest ever quoted in Honolulu. f&i - ':" Lw- SilKs', Kimonos Fancy Goods and .Curios, v V V? aVI " ' 1120 NUUANU STREET 7 i . 'r-, , i - . i i . mm.