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THE SUNDAY ADVERTISES, OCTOBER 16, 1910. Weehly Review of Current Japanese Thought: BY S. SMEBA A friend seat tbe following in and it is published as an expression of Japa nese tho'jLt: "Will it ever befall cpoa the boy that some day it will be his datv to fizht aaaicst the couatrv of his fathers! wer depends entirely upon I United Urates of America ' Coluxbia or i The a A child comes home from school and ' whether asks his father in his innocent way: grows to be a ''Greater "Papa, is America goicg to beat Ja-ja.3 the "Higher" Cola: pan i iuy say so in senooi. iue .Mr. jonn t oster says in 2ns wars on iaiaer is a ic.-ai ja-aaese. out tne g.-n Arcencaa ore:en roiicv; " ao- is Lorn, under the Stars asi Strip!? to ; 'peare.l to the Japanese as the one na- it he ?n u:d he taugat to re as loyal tion in whom tiey cou:d place conn as his fa", her is to the flag of the Ktsicg J dnce. since we were devoid of political SSun. ambitions menacing their own." In Had the father dared to give his son ; another book he says to the effect that an af5rn!it;ve answer he wouM have ; Japan is the country at whose develop fcamiiiat 1 himself and his country in .' m-nt and civilization every American the eye of his son. Should he say "no" i sh-uM be proud. he would inculcate in the youn? brain j Japan is the first fair daughter of f his sn the seed of scorn for the j Ana'.o-Saxon civilization to be . born in country -f his birth and made the child! the Orient where millions of God's chil ashamed f or being an American titi- j dren still live in darkness and in pagan zen. I im. If America does not take pride m The father told the son tbe story of j this fair daughter of hers, who is now Commodore Perry; how he helped Japan at her task of illuminating the eon to open the country to the commerce j tinent of Asia with the light she has of the world and how he led Japan to j imbibed from Mother Columbia, but open schools and hospitals, to build j tries to extinguish, the light from the railways and steamers. He tid the boy j torch in her daughter's hand. America fibout the teachers and missionaries , will cease to be the country of Chris who came to Japan to teach the people jtian enlightenment in the eyes of many many good things. (Japanese people. He related to the bov how the Amen i Dainty damsels of Nippon's land can government was kind towards Ja pan and how the people of America were good to his countrymen and treated them as their brothers and sisters; how the Japanese learned from the Ameri can people about the right and liberty of the people; how in his roans davs he looked towards America as the coun-J try of liberty and of universal brother hood where people treated each other! alike and where men and women lived ; ''vritlj malice towards none, with char ity for all;" Tl? s6n was satisfied that the coun try ia which he had been born and in which he is going to live and be a citi zen, is a country of. God jreat and peaceful. He offered his prayer, laid j away. mg thus: Saita saknra ni. Xaze koma tsunagu; Koma ga isameba, Hana ga chiru. Why dost thou tie thy steer. To the cherry tree full of blossom? Grown restive and brisk, he The fair blossoms scatters away. . If war should ever come between the father's country and the son's, the beautiful flower just blooming, the glory of the East and the pride of American civilization. may scatter away, as the thought of gratitude planted deer in our bosom raav fade his little head on the father's lap, and as the father writes the child smiles an angelic smile in his peaceful dreams. America may then be a greater Ba ser., but will she ever be the Higher Vdumbia in our estimation? day Church Services divisional officer. Sunday meetings in the hall: Knee drill 9 a. m., junior company meeting, 10 a. m., holiness meeting 11 a. m., young people's legion 6:15 p. m.. salvation meetings, led by Major Willis, 7io0 p. m. Catholic Services. Honolulu: Cathe dral Our Lady of Peace; 6 and 7 a. m. low masses with holy communion; Portuguese sermon; 9 a. m., children's mass with singing and English eerxon; 10:30 a. m., high solemn mass with native sermon: 1 p m.. sodality meet ing and benediction of the blessed aerament; 7 p. m., Portuguese sermon and benediction of the blessed sacra ment. During the week the masses at 6 and 7 a. m. First Friday of the month, 7 p. m., benediction of the blea ted sacrament. Waikiki Saint Augustine on the beach; 9 a. m mass with singing and English sermon. ; Kalihi-waena Saint John the Bap tist; 8:30 a. m., cigh mass with sermon. Kalihi-uka Our Lady of the Mount; 7 a. m., (first Sunday of the month) ; 9 a. in., (other Sundays), mass with sing ing and sermon. Moanalua Saint Joseph; 7 a. m., high mass with sermon. Oahu Prison 1 p. m., Catholic ser vice. St. Andrew'3 Cathedral Emma above Beretania. Celebratioin of the j Holy Communion, 7 a. m. Hawaiian service at 9:15; Sunday school at 10 o'clock; Hawaiian Sunday school at j at 10:30 o'clock a. m., morning service j at 11 o'clock; evening services at 7:30. Weekday services: Thursday, Holy j Communion at 7 a. m., Friday evening prayer at 7:43 o'clock. Cathedral clergy: The Rt. Rev. Henry B. Res- I tarick, Bishop of Honolulu; the Rev. I Canon Anlt, the Rev. Leopold Kro'I. j St. Clement Church (Episcopal) Corner Makiki street and Wilder ave- j nue. Rev. Canon Usborne, rector. On ! Sundays Holy Communion at 7 a. m., ! except first Sunday of the month, j Morning prayer and sermon, 11 o'clock; j evening song, 7:30 o'clock. The service is choral. All seats free. Punahou cars : pass the doors. St. Elizabeth's Church (Episcopal) King corner Pua lane. Potwine, 7 and 11 a. m.: 7:30 p. m. Central Union Church Beretania corner of Richards. Seudder; Bible school, 9-50 a. m., morning service and sermon by the pastor at 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 o'clock; evening service at 7:30 o'clock, ser mon by the minister. Methodist Church Beretania and Miller. Rev. J. T. Jones; Sunday school at 10 a. m., morning worship at 11. sermon by the pastor. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m., evening service at 7:30. Christian Church McKeever: Bible school at 9:45; Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30; morning worship a 11, sermon. Even in? worship at 7:30 sermon. German Lutheran Church Beretania avenue, near Punchbowl. Felmy; 9:45, Sunday school; service. 11; evening service the last Sunday of each month at 7:30. Kawaiahao Church King and Ka waiahao. Parker, 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. m. Kaumakapili Church Lono, 11 a. m. and 7:3fi v. m. 1 Portuguese Evangelical Church Mil ler above Beretania. Soares; 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Reorganized Church of Latter Day Saints King near Kapiolani. Waller, service morning and evening. Seventh Day Adventists Kinau St. Sunday school. 10 a. rn., 11 a. m., morn ing service with sermon; evening ser vice at 7:31 o'clock. Chinese Church Fort Street. Praise service. 7:3' p. m. special music, sev eral addresses. First Church of Christ, Scientist. Fraternity hnll. Odd Fellows' building. 11 a. m. Salvation Army 10:30 a. m. and 6 and 8 p. m. Seamen's Chapel Alakea street, 11 a. m. and 7:15 p. m. Holy Commun ion on fourth Sunday at 8:30 a. m. Rer. Canon Win. Ault, chaplain. The Salvation Army Hall Corner Kirg street and Xuuann avenue, up stairs. Corps' officers, AdjL Minnie T. "RrvflTif In yv rrra T.5an f J IT w:t more, assistant; Major John Willis, I START a savings account with us today. One dollar will be sufficient to open the account and regular de posits will soon give you a com fortable sum to your credit. Interest is paid cn all savings deposits at iy2 per cent com pounded semi-annually. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. Capital and Surplus, $1,000,000. 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