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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1921
JACKIE ALLEN'8 JAZX
BAND TO GIVE KAUAI
THE LATEST COAST HITS
A letter received by Ned Chilling
worth from Edward Cummlngs, direct
or of Jackie Allen's Jazz Band, Bays
that Kauai has a real treat coming
with the visit of that musical organ!
atlon. He says:
"I am In receipt of the 'Garden Is
land issue of Tuesday, the 12th, which
was forwarded to me by Mr. Gold
water and I note that the coming Am
erican Legion Dance on the 30th is
being given the widest publicity
through your press, which is the best
medium of reaching the public, and
those Interested in its success. -
"As director of the Jazz Band I have
arranged to put on a special selection
of the latest mainland dance hits for
. this occasion, and we will be ready to
-give those who are fortunate to attend
the very best dance music ever render
ed on Kauai.
"The Jazz Band has been engaged al
most nightly here for all the biggest
occasions, and is gaining popularity
that no otheri musical organization
here has made. Our organization,
while in for the business end of it, has
played without compensation for the
unfortunate people in the hospitals of
the city, regularly, since organized,
and this alone has materially helped
to Increase our popularity. I never
heard of any other orchestra here, that
has done the same thing. .
"Those making the trip to Kauai
George Brasch, Violinist, formerly
musician on S, S. "Maui"
George Aylett, Banjoist, formerly
musician on S. S. "Mau."
George Jarvls, Saxophonist, formerly
with Sousa's great navy band
Joe Brown, Banjoist, with S. S.
John Fender, Pianist, with the Ran
dolph Cafe Jazz orchestra, Mllwaukle,
George Mclnerny, Traps, with Camp
Pike orchestra during the world war
Ed Cummings, Melody Saxophone,
with the Naval Flying Corps Jazz Band
Rockaway .Beach, Long Island, New
York, later touring the U. S, for the
Victory Loan Drive and Navy publicity
over the Orpheum and Keith's vaude
"Jackie Allen, our popular manager,
will accompany the band and all ar
rangements have been completed for
our departure here by the Kinau on
THE CHURCH CONVENTION
The regular semi-annual meeting of
the Churches bf Kauai in convention
took place last week at Lihue. This
convention involves the churches,
Sunday Schools and C. E. Societies
of the various nationalities.
It Is always an especially Interest
ing and Important occasion for the
Hawallans who enter into it with en
thusiasm and devotion.
Among the matters which came up
the following may be mentioned:
Requests for" the approval and In
stallation of Revs. Bayless and Kaal
moku came from the Lihue Union
Church and the Walole Church res
pectively and were granted. There
was somewhat of a misunderstanding
In regard to the former and a hot de
bate followed. The request had been
forwarded to the Clerk, and he had
overlooked or misplaced it so that it
was not available for the occasion.
Certain of the fathers, holding to the
strict letter of former practice, de
clined to approve until the regular pe
tition was forthcoming. An attested
letter-press copy was. finally produced
which satisfied all parties. The in
stallation of Mr. Bayless was consum
mated by the Association Wednesday
evening. That of Mr. Kaaimoku will
take place at Hanalel May 11.
The Waloli Church, Hanalel, pre
ferred a request to be allowed to col
lect an additional $300 for the new
parsonage there. They already, had
$2200 in hand. Granted, The Ko
loa Church also requested permission
to collect money for a Church and
Community Hall. Much of the nec
essary funds were now in hand, but a
further sum was required. Granted.
A request came from the Hanapepe
Church for financial assistance to
ward the support of their lay pastor,
D. K. Kapahee, No longer in re
ceipt of a salary as Judge, he is in
need for his living.
There were important and timely
addresses by Revs. J. P. Erdman and
N, S. Schenck, and by Wm. Hyde
Rice and Miss Edna Hill.
Owing to the briefness of the ses
sion, only two days the reading of
reports, and some other formalities
were dispensed with.
Mr and Mrs. Clifford Burns and
little Jack, of Honolulu, who h.ve
been visiting the Sanborns in Hana
lel for a fortnight, left for home on
the Klnau Saturday, Mrs. Burns,
formerly Catherine Radway, is a
cousin of Mrs. Sanborn.
HOOPALE AND HOOPII
MONEY ON EDITORS
Opposition to senate bill No. 100,
appropriating $25,000 for the en
tertainment of the 460 or more dele
gates to the Press Congress of the
World to be held here this fall,
loomed up in the house of repre
sentatives this morning, says the
Star-Bulletin of last Thursday, but
the measure was finally passed on
third reading by a vote of 19 to 8,
although a motion has been made to
Representative Albert M. Christy,
who t;poke and voted against the
bill, contended that $25,000 was too
much for the territory to spend tak
ing into consideration the fact that
it has already turned down a num
ber of requests for applications for
roads and other public Improvements-
Representative David M.
Kuplhea moved to amend by re
ducing the sum to $10,000. Repre
sentative Jesse Ululhl fought the
amendment, with the result that It
In supporting the bill, Clarence II.
Cooke, chairman of the finance
committee, pointed out, among other
things, that the press congress would
do far more for the benefit of Hawaii,
from an advertising standpoint, than
the tourist bureau or any other sim
ilar agency. "Where the tourist bu
reau can reach thousands of per
sons," he continued, "this press cong
ress, with Its editors and newspaper
men from all over the world, can
reach literally millions. I consider
this proposition one of the finest
things possible from a publicity
standpoint and believe ihit this
would be an entirely legitimate ex
penditure. The money we iu-,ipo3e
to spend would be returned to us
many fold. We are told that 'It
pays to advertise,' . This Is adver
tising In the highest sense possible."
(Representative .Norman K. Ly
man .spoke In favor of the bill, as
did his brother, Representative Hen
ry J. Lyman. "This money Is not
for the purpose of bringing these
men here," said the latter.
The measure was opposed by Rep
resentatlve John Hoopale of Kauai
on the ground 'that the legislature
had turned down requests of local
persons for appropriations. "If
this congress is going to do more for
us than the promotion committee,
why not delete the appropriation for
the promotion committee?" he asked.
He moved that the bill be tabled.
The vote to pass the bill on third
reading was as follows: '
Ayes Ahuna, Aona, Archer,
Cooke, Fassoth, ,W. A. Fernandez,
Hayselden, Jarrett, Kalua, Kawaha,
Lowry, H. U. Lyman, N. K, Lyman,
Muller, Ululhl, Wilder, Holsteln.
Noes Crlsty, Goodness, Holt,
Hoopale, HooplI, Joseph, Kaume
heiwa, Kuplhea, Paschoal, Vannatta.
Representative Crlsty and Kupl
hea changed their votes from no to
aye. The former then gave notice
of a motion to reconsider the action
of the house,
Mist Paul, welfare nurse, and Mr.
Damkroger, general welfare man for
Makawell Plantation left Saturday to
attend the Welfare Workers' Confer
ence. Both of them have an Import
ant place asslgntd on the program -
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS
April 20, 1921.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Kauai Is
land, East Coast Nawlllwlll Bay
Kukii Point Light Reported extin
guished, will be relighted as soon as
C. & G, S., Charts 4102, 4117,
Light List, Pacific Coast 1921. p.
180, No. 917.
Buoy List, 19th District, 1919, p. 16.
By order of the Commissioner of
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The fact that this Company possesses the . quality of continuous
existnnce makes it safer ami therefore more desirable for you to in
trust the care of your estate to our Trust Department than to a friend
in whom you have the utmost confi deuce. For while he can promise
to be faithful to his trust till prevented by death or disability, our
Trust Department, in accepting the trust, can promise you to "See it
BISHOP TRUST CO.
mm Tin CCIN YCAKi LTArurv.! ulNJu IN Mil I LIINo ANU IvlAlNAvjliNw
Under the Personal Management of
MR. J. K. ALLEN
TOURING THE ISLANDS
. Played By A Real
Admission witli war tax $1.1 G
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JOHN FENDEIt PIANO
OEO. JAR VIS .KAXAPIIONE
GEO. AYLETT BANJO
GEO. BKABII VIOLIN
JOE BKOWX . BANJO
GEO. McIXEKNY TRAPB
Directed by Mr. EDW. CUMMINS, Saxaphone
Friday, Waimea, - - April 29
.Saturday, American Legion Dance, 30
Sunday, Concert Tip Top, May 1
Monday, Kapaa, - - "2
Admission with war tax $1.10
Tuesday, McBryde - May, 3
Wednesday, Lihue Armory, 4