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LIHUE. KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1916
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TODAY'S AND LATEST
NEWS BY WIRELESS
The Knuni Chamber of Cominurcc
held its October meeting in the
Court house fit Waimea last Thurs
day afternoon, President Fred Pat
terson in the chnir.
Minutes of the annual and ban
quet sessions held in August were
read and approved
The chair formally announced
the death of Mr. Richard L. Hughes,
a member of the Chamber.
Mr. II. D. Wishard moved that
the president, secretary and treasur
er act as a committee and prepare
suitable resolutions on the death of
Mr. Hughes, a copy to be Pent to
the family of the deceased and the
same to be spread upon the minutes
of the Chamber as a part of tho re
cords of the December meeting.
President Patterson announced
the committees for the new year
DOMINO 10 KAUA
Amusement loveis of Kauai are
promised a rare treat by the visit of
this company, which has just com
pleted a two week's season at the
Bijou theater, Honolulu, two weeks
in Maui and a week at Hilo Gaiety
tjicaor. Orginally engaged for one
vlfel at the Bijou the performance
proved so novel and original and
was received by the public with so
much favor that the engagement was
extended for a second week. This
probably makes a record for this
class of entertainment in Honolulu.
Crowed houses also greeted the com
pany in Maui and. Ililo.' The com
pany's bookings in San Francisco
allow for three nights only in this
island. They will open at Koloa
hall tonight, Lihue Social hall to
morrow night and Waimea hall on
The company comes from Aus
tralia where (hens press notices show
they have enjoyed a premier posi
tion in this line of entertainment
for maiiv years. At various times
strong inducements-have been offer
ed to Mr. Hugard to visit America
and he has at last yielded to a vory
tempting offer for twelve months.
Speaking of the peiformance a Ho
nolulu eontemnorarv says: "This
is the best balanced bill wo have
had at the Bijou for a long time.
The conjuring is startlingly Clevel
and so clearly done that detection
impossible, i He singers are good
irfih the songs well chosen and new.
The musical instruments are novel,
among them the silver spinning
coins ensuro for the clever lady,
n-lwi mnnimilates them a double en
core everevening, llugard's catch
ing of rille bullets tired at him by
National Guardsmen is amazing;
it is impossible, yet he does it. Clung
Sung Loo. and his assistants, m
gorgeous oriental costumes and set
tings made a sensation with his
beautiful illusion "The Birth of
the Pearl", quite the prettiest idea
wo have seen, lie also emulates
our volcano by blowing clouds of
smoke and fire from his mouth.
The whole show is exceptionally
The scenery and costumes alone
are well worth seeing. We heartily
recommend our readers not to miss
The management lays stress on
the Tact that engagements over on
the mainland preclude any possibil
ity of playing here more than three
nights, anil advises intending patrons
to reserve, their seals. Full partic
ulars as to prices, etc. can be seen
on another page.
and urged that they all proceed to
work without delay.
Mr. F. C. Loomis reported on the
work of the Civic Convention at
Ililo in September.
Mr. Wishard recommended that
the Committee on Legislation ob
tain a copy of the law proposed by
the Civic Convention on public ex
penditures and report the same at
the next meeting of the Chamber,
with such recommendations as the
committee might see fit. This was
put in the form of a motion was
seconded by Senator'Rice, comment
ed upon by others and carried.
Mr. J. II. Moragno spoke at
length in regard to the proposal of
a summer park near lfalemanu in
Waimea valley, lie was heartily in
favor of the proposition, and sug
( Continued on page 3.)
. 5. 0. HEAPY
News was received on Thursday
of the death in the city that day of
Mrs. S. D. Heapy, teacher in the
school at Mana, Kauai. Mrs. Heapy
had not been well for several months
and went to the city for special
Funeral service were held in Con-'
tral Union Church at 4 o'clock Fri
day afternoon and the body was
taken to Wailuku, Maui, where the
father and sister of the deceased
Mrs. Susan Dorcas Heapy was
born at Hickory Flat, Alabama,
July 550. 1857, and was the daugtcr
of the late John A. Moore, an edu
cator well known on the Pacific
coast and who came to the Islands
in 1SS1, teaching in various schools
here until his death in 1901.
Mrs. Heapy graduated from the
Girls' High School in San Francis
co and the San Jose Normal school,
after which she went t o Milan,
Italy, to have her voice trained. At
that time she gave great promise as
a vocalist, but a severe cold on one
occasion impaired her voice to a
considerable degree. She returned to
California aud taught school there
for awhile and on a second trip to
Europe married John Heapy, of
William Heapy & Sons, merchants,
of Liverpool. By this marriage there
were three children but only one
(Stalford Heapy, of Honolulu) sur
vived. A sister also survives the
wife of Dr. Bishop, of Portland,
Oregon, the latter a son of the late
Dr. Sereno K, Bishop, of Honolulu;
and also a brother residing in Lon
The deceased was widowed alout
18S7 and spent the succeeding five
years in Europe, returning then to
the United States and teaching in
Oregon. She came to the Island in
181)1 to reside with her. father at
Lahaina. In 1000 another year was
siient in Europe, and upon return
ing to Honolulu she became assoeia
ted with Miss. A. M. Felker in the
Kaahuinanu school. She left this
school to become principal of Pohu-
kaina and retired from that to as
sist in the establishment of the Ka-
iulani Home for working girls. Af
ter this institution had been sue-
cessfully launched she remained
with it for some years as matron
About 1 1)00 Mrs. Heapy made an
extensive tour of the Orient and
shortly after was asked to chaperon
Miss Beatrice Campbell, now Mrs.
G. 0. Beckley, to the coronation of
The November term of the Circuit Court will open tomorrow. A
0:30 the calendar will be called, and jury-waived eases will follow a'
once. I he grand jury will be charged tomorrow morning and the tria1
jury will begin work a week from tomorrow.
Following are the eases on the calendar:
JURY WAIVED CASES:
1. (L 1315) Territory of Hawaii, by Arthur C. Wheeler, Acting
Superintendent of Public
I. M. Stainback, K., Attorney General, for plaintiff and petitioner.
Thompson, Milvciiton and Cut heart, attorneys for Kekalia Sugar Co.,
I'rear, Proper, Anderson and Marx, attorneys for Ida K. vein Holt
and II. M. von Holt.
2. (L 1322) John Bryant, vs. E. M. Puulei, et al.
l'Ved Patterson, lq., attorney for jilaintiir.
A. G. Kaulnkon, Uwj.. attorney for defendant.
CIVIL CASES JOKY:
3. (L 1321) Domingo Lain, vs. James Werner..
Invd Patterson, K., attorney for plaintill'.
J. jr. Kaneakua, K-iq., attorney for defendant.
4. (L 1320) II. P. Faye, vs. Garden Island Honey Co., Ltd.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., and Thomson, Milverton and Catlicart, at
torneys for plaintiH'.
Holmes and Olson, attorneys for defendants.
5. (Cr. 101) Terr, of Hawaii, vs. Joseph Louis.
Larceny 2nd Degree.
Appeal from Koloa District Court.
Fred Patterson, Ksq., attorney for defendant.
0. (Cr. 102) Terr, of Hawaii, vs. Narcisso Luna.
Assault and battery.
Appeal from AVaiuiea District Court.
Fred Patteison, ICsq., attorney for defendant.
7. (Cr. 103) Terr, of Hawaii, vs. Feliciano alias Cresceneiano
Normandia and .Ramon Tonialo;
Larceny 1st degree.
Commitment from Liliue District Court.
8. Jose Cardona Soto, (subject of Spa5-:) ,
The program of Republican meet
ings has been humming along finely
to date, with satisfactory audiences
and good speeches. The schedule
of meetings from now to election
eve is as follows:
Tonight, Homestead, at 7:30.
Tomorrow, Koloa, 7:30 p. m.
Thursday, Kapaa, 7:30 p. in.
Friday, Kilauea, 7 p. in.
Saturday, Wainiha, 3 p. m.
Saturday, Hanalei, 7 p. in.
Monday, Lihue, 7:30 p. m.
The latter will be the final, grand,
Port Allen Shipping
The American schooner Lahaina
arrived at Port Allen on Thursday
from Newcastle, bringing 1,000 tons
of coal for the Kauai Railway Co.
Tho power schooner R. P. Rithet
will arrive tomorrow from San
Francisco, bringing a general cargo
for local merchants.
The steamer Ilyades will arrive
Saturday morning from San Fran
cisco via Honolulu, with freight
from the cast and the coast.
McCandless Tours Kauai
L. L. McCandless, candidate on
the Democratic. ticket for 'delegate
to Congress, came over on the Ki
nau last Wednesday and completed
a "stumping" tour of the island,
also going to Niihau on Friday. He
was accompanied on Ins tour by the
local Democratic candidates.
King George, of England. Mrs.
Beckley, and Mrs. Heapy spent the
following two years touring the
United States, and upon their re
turn the latter was given charge of
the school at Mana, Kauai, where
she spent the remainder of her life
Mrs. Heapy was a member of
the Central Union church and Wo
man's Board of Missions, in Hono
lulu, and of the Waimea Literary
Society on Kauai, and was consider
ed quite a factor in social and liter
ary efforts wherever located.
Works, vs. Annie S. knuden, et al.
Kinney Tours Schools
Superintendent Henry W. Kin
ney, of the Department of Educa
tion, arrived at Waimea Wednes
day morning and completed a tour
of the schools of the island, return
ing to Honolulu Saturday night,
lb; was accompanied on his rounds
by Commissioner Knudsen and Miss
Berniee Hundley, the supervising
principal. The purpose of the tour
of Mr. Kinney was to get a Hue on
the needs of the schools of Kauai
for the next two-year period, the
same to bo included in the budget
to be Asked of the legislature in
February by his department.
Going To Volcano
Miss M. Resor, the efficient and
popular- nurse at Elcele Ilo.-pital,
leaves today for a two weeks vaca
tion triii to Honolulu and the vol
cano. Miss Campbell, who has been
on a private case on Kauai lately,
will substitute for her.
Sergeant Breaks Arm
While cranking the Fourth In
fantry's ear Sunday morning, pre
paratory to going to Kilauea, Ser
geant Gibson sustained a broken
arm. The injured member was
d rinsed by Major Piitinan and it is
thought that it will be in good sliape
again very soon.
A New Teacher
Miss Vehna Cooley, of San Jose,
CaL, arrived in the Kinau last
Wednesday and will take the place
of Mrs. Reiehardt, in the Koloa
school. Miss Cooley has several old
friends on Kauai.
The leading Japanese of Kilauea
gave a delicious course dinner to
their Anglo-Saxon frienbs at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Yanagihara
on Saturday evening last. - It was
amost original and enjoyable affair,
anniversary of the Emperor's Lirth-
Honolulu Two hundred seamen of the Inter Island S. N. Com
pany have made demands for wage increase and double time on Sun
days. No suggestion of a strike is made. Higher cost of living is given
as the sole cause for the demand for more money.
The first wireless nicssagi-s between Honolulu and Japan will be ex
changed on tho third or fourth of the month at which time tho system
will be thrown open to the public.
The Wilhchnina will sail for the coast today, taking the passengers
and freight that should have gone on the damaged Lurline.
Much Indecisive Figuring
London There is much lighting on all fronts, without results. Ger
mans and French attack and counter attack on the west, each gaining
ground and result ii g in the capture
The Bumanians ci me back in
are seeing plenty of bloodshed, with
tals in official reports.
y. M .C A. NOTES
Rev. Frank Scudder went 'the
rounds of the Japanese Young Men's
Clubs this past week with Charles F.
Loomis, county secretary of the Y.
M. C. A. The Koloa Club met at
the home of Dr. A. II. Water
hoi.se. The Ye Era Club of Ilana
pepo met at the home of Charles F.
Loomis, Elenle. The Kekaha Club
met in the Japanese School, and
the Lihue young men met at the
new Japanese dormitory. Mr. W.C.
Avery also spoke at the Lihue hieel-
Starting to-morrow night at Ma
kaweli. Camp 4, Win. II. Fry, su
perintendent of the Methodist Mis
sion, is going to meet the Filipino
clubs on the Waimea side of the is
land. To keep out loafers and to en
courage habits of industry, the dif
ferent night school classes on the is
land will only be open to men who
have worked at least twenty days
the previous month. The new text
books are proving very satisfactory.
Thuy are, "A First Book in Eng
lish for Foreigners", and al.-o a sec
ond book by Isabel R. Wallach.
A straw vote taken in the Ye lira
Club last week showed Wilson a
favorite by eleven to five. The rea
sons given were "He kept us out of
the war", and "We, re having pros
perity." Since Dr. Williams entertainments
" everybody's doing it". The boys
are trying to solve the rabbit trick
hut haven't succeeded as yet.
Ed Towse has loaned the associa
tion his exposition slides and they
are now being shown to the Filipino
W. C. Avery i s preparing a
chemical experiment talk to give to
the clubs during November.
The exhibit of the work of the K.
S'. M. Club has received favorable
comment from all who have seen it
The Kekaha young men who work
in the mill are turning out some
line drawing plates under engineer
Win. Kruse, Jr's supervision.
The following sailed in the Kinau
Saturday afternoon for Honolulu:
Mr. and Mrs. Mcndoza, Mrs.
Rodiigius, Miss E. Fernandez, Mrs.
A. Fernandez. Mrs. E. Fernandez,
Mrs. D. Moses, Jr., M. A. Mikaele,
D. L. Austin, L., L. McCandless,
llugho Kanae, A. Murphey, II
Glade, G. Bustard, R. A. Hudson,
Miss Goold, C. A. Franz, W. B
Okawa, E. Yaniada, Y. Shido, A
R Corcoran, S. Thomas, M. Bolte,
Z. S. Si Hiding, Mrs Welehker,
Miss Nowell. A. E. Chandler, A. S.
Hitchcock, A. E. Hitchcock, J.
Rock, Mrs. George OclhaiTcn, Geo.
Oelhaffen, Hans Isenberg, Henry
W ..Kinney. G. K. Larrison, W. R.
Coombs, Mr. Lowrie, Mrs. M. Abo.
Mrs'. Horea, II. Doi, Mrs. II. Doi,
of rif oners.
stn ngth. Volhynia and Macedonia
the results disputed by various capi
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Lihue Union Church
There was a special musical ser
vice at Lihue Union on Sunday
evening, which was on the whole
the most successful thing yet in that
line, and was more than commonly
well attended. A large, enthusias
tic choir rendered the snappy, vi
vacious Brown and Curry hymns
with fine effect, and there were sev
eral very well rendered quartets,
one in particular, a ladies' quartet,
was-exceptionally graceful, as well
as a most delicate and sympathetic
solo by Mrs. Ahana. The choir de
serves much credit for excellent
work, the result of a great deal of
time and devotion. One lcadinir
member comes all the way from
Mr. Lydgate gave a brief account
of the Armenians and their suffer
ings, and made a strong appeal for
help for the starving women and
children, as request! d by President
Wilson and Congress. The collec
tion taken for this purpose amount
ed to 8183 with some amounts still
to come hi. The door will not be
closed for a few days, and any who
may feel disposed to add their mite
are cordially invited to do so by re
mitting either to Mr. Lydgate or to
A prominent member of the com
munity, a man of exceptional intel
ligence and good judgment, recently
returned from aboard, speaks in the
highest praise of THE GARDEN
ISLAND as compared with local
papers on the mainland, cspocV'-y
in the matter of the intelligent and
comprehensive treatment of general
news. During his absence he had
THE GARDEN ISLAND sent to
him regularly and read it with avid
ity and interest.
J. M. L.
HEAPY In the Queen's Hospi
tal, Honolulu, October 2(1, 14)10,
Mrs. Susan Dorcas Heany, of Mana,
Kauai, widow, a native of Hickory
Flat, Alabama, fifty-nine years, two
months and twenty-six days old.
G. K. Larrison, t h e "water
man", came up on the Kinau Wed
nesday morning. He was accom
panied by a friend, Mr. A. E.
Chandler, whom he introduced to
tho scenic attractions of Kauai ; and
returned to the city Saturday night.
A small truck, No. 307, turned
quickly on tne road near the Fair
view, Liliue, Friday afternoon to
avoid a jitney and skidded complete
ly around, one wheel being dished
and another badly damaged.
Mrs. Riedel, who has been for
some weeks invalided at the homo
of her daughter, Mrs. White, at
Kilauea, returned to her homo at
Hanalei on Sunday bust, very much
improved in health.