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9. W. Wilcox .. 1231-21
ESTABLISHED 1904. V3L 17. NO. 37.
LIHUE. KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1921
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Tho Kapaa school opened its 1022
school yoaf with 724 pupils, and 24
A now parish house to bo erected teachers, as compared with G25 pti
In tho Llhuo Union Church grounds nlIa, an,(1 21 dehors at the same el
iiuriuu mst year.
OF AMERICAN LEGION
by Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wilcox in
memory of their two sons, will bo
commenced very shortly.
Kauai Post No. 2. American T.n-
I mi . i n.i
on, will hold a mnnMni? nt thn "u onai machinery for tho
county court houso nn Wminnminv Naw,Iiw,,i breakwater was received
" I ,-. .
nvnti tin nr. ti . IV1U LI1R Kltlflll not L. ,Tn, i
t-.. a ou nun uer z. 19 ninPT-1 " ,uul iuu murium;
ura" lno ,ncl tnnt u,c county n vnr ..-"I consisting of nnn Ri.m i,i
authorities failed to open bids in
time, tho three new bungalows for
report of the delegates to tho do- M50'"0 dumi) cars'
This gift to tho community will thn ifnnnn Bri,ni .,,..', "artmentnl convention will bo read T,is practically completes tho
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fill a much needed want. Tho build-M""1 scIlo1 startcd 0,1 Monday. As " ' " . " , , .. ,f TI7 V . u"jaKwntp and
Ing will be 35 feet wide by 92 feet " re8ult soveral classes are being T ' w, P na
long, built of lichen, covered with ln tho onen yard, but Ju- "1; 't toimTl ,n , , .
Hawaiian stono. and will have a niter pluvlus Ilas been good enough . rhe otflcers of the post are anx- , bo a ovent of tho very
stage and auditorium with a seating not t0 lntcrrul,t th proceedings. "ua l" ovory memuor of tho
capacity for about 400. In tho rear Tho bu"ealows ought to bo finished "ost nrcset at tho meeting, as Al- Tlln two locomotive cranes nro
of tho auditorium there will be a u,la wceKl .. , '. wo 1 ' J 'S u"""" an" a now
i . , . . . .. ...it. ..... i nun uuuu uauscn a ueiegato to the wuiioii. ii is an mtorostihir
lmlnnnv! nnilpr thin linlrnnv thprn ' Alvln Tlrnnrn nf tho Knnnn .. . 6 " .... caiinj,
,, ,,,, , , p .i n . . ,V 7 . . "ationul convention that is to bo ment to seo tho larger crano nick
will be sliding doors so arranged of tho Dank of Hawaii, left last kni.i . ,,. nu . r n n in ,M . . '
that tho space can bo turned into week to spend several weeks vaca- . 1 " , ' , T ,7Z Z ,
two rooms. tion in Honolulu. 'S hon011 to fl a" 11,9 members' a . pabb lo and then place it in posl-
. , ,. , , , i iuuud un nuya 10 uuveriiso me tor-i""" l"o same ease.
A kitchen and two more rooms So much ,. ,, n. . n. . . ,
provided whch will bo amiable tho high cost of not 0,Uy nec and' perhaps 7 non
for Sunday-school or committee tles but also ot luxur)
, , . down gradually to a pro-war basis, needs to the convention
uuuuiim wiii uo oriiumouiou that w0 wero s-llocUe(i reCently when
by a tower near tho entrance door tho local theater announced that a
anu a broad cement lanat running rlsQ ln tho prlco o admlgslon WM
along tho front. This lanai will bo t0 tako place. It used tt be 35 CQlUs
capame ot laning caro or tne over- for S0.Called reserve seats, but its
flow in tho event of a very largo 40 cents now. General admission
garnering, tno wmuow arrangement nas also gone up m proi,ortIon
ueing sucn mat u is easy to see
into tho hall
OS. CnnilhC method Of lirnsfintlnf Mm Inrrllum hmicn fr. .
Q w iu Jlcw location out on
tne point by the quarry and extend
:- inS the railroad toward Niumaulu.
It is planned to start a now nuarrv
on the Niumaulu side of tho noint
Dr. It. II. Hacood' nf Knnlln. r,,l m casa Ulat eno"h rock could not
Mrs. A. R. Glaisver of Kalaheo'havn b qUnrrie(1 on tho Makal side.
been appointed by Governor Wallace Major Johnstone, the U. S. engl
n. FarrhiKton as members nf thn neering officer for tho territory, lms
i. oniua, local urygoous merciiant, Child Welfare Board. They are to agreed to givo tho Kauai Chambe
Dr. A. H. Waterhouse will enter
i FISH AND GAME
1 Pl llD cnmwrn
tain at dinner in Koloa, tho Kauai
Y. M. C. A. committee, on Thursday
evening, September 22, to meet Mr,
I.ocke, tho now Y. secretary.
Thn architect. Hurt. Wnntl. nf TTnnn. nas installed a co'npK t 3 Delco serve with Emil nerniH nf mhn of Commerce two weeks nntiro lio.
lulu, has given special attention to LIS"ting System in his largo store, now Ernest G. Silva of Hilo, Mrs. foro thc first stono Is laid so as to
acoustics. This will bo appreciated 110 used t0 Ileht the storo with car- D. J3. Wallace ot Kona, Hawaii and glvo tho chamber ample tlmo to
by lovers of music, who will look bide lQnips. Mrs. D. D. Bond of Kohala, Hawaii. PrParo the celebration,
forward to future concerts. Manuel A. Agular Jr., former re- JonM Hl Milklff of Llhuo has The chamber has invited Govornnr
Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox with Mr. presentatlve, is a great fisherman. 1)oen PPnlnted as a member of tho Farrington to attend and hn linn stf.
Wood and S. B. Goss, tho contract- and went angling all alone last industrial accident board from Kau- nlficd his intention of doing so.
Uther territorial officers will be in
were attendance and it is tho idea of
or, staked out the site ot tho build- Monday night for big game. He al-
ing last Saturday and work will got something on tho lino and start- Tho above appointments
commenco this week.
ed to haul it in, thinking that his niado by the Governor last week the chamber to make tho celebra-
catch must weigh several tons. Ho nml connrmea by tho Republican tion fitting for tho occasion. It is
kopt on pulling and tugging at tho oontral committee. hoped to have the annual banquet
TWENTY BOYS EARN
line all night but of no avail, as this
all happened in a dream he had
Eddie Fernnadez and his merry-
Twenty boys on Makawell Pianta
tion had their first real trip and go.rollnd left horo last Thursday for
camp in me mountains last inonui, Kilauea after a week's stay,
when tho nlantatlon awarded thr.se I
lmvs a wnnit nt Mr. rinlilwlnV mr.nn. Junlchi Toroaka, official scorer of
tain houso for having tho host work tno Makecs and assistant manager
and general behavior recoid during 01 lne Kapaa irading storo, wears
tho summer. Tho camp was under a Perpetual srallo theso days as his
' tho supervision of Mr. Uamkrogr, wlfo Bavo birth t0 a baby boy last
tho director of Y. M. C. A. work. week, tne urst child to arrive in the
From tho time the boys arrived family,
in tho mountains, Sunday, epi.em- t. Matsurra, heaviest of tho heavy
her 4th, until they left on -he roi- weight wrestlers in this district, last
lowing Saturday, they woro nn the June saw tho need of economical
go every minute and comd hat illy and comfortablo transportation fa
decido what to do next, as there cilities for children living here and
was so many good times to jhoo.-'o attending tho Kauai high school in
from hikes, games, pluy-ball, box- Lihue, and invested in a specially
ing, swimming, fishing ana otner equipped Ford to meet the demand
sports crowded into one week that for transportation when school op
every uoy attenuing saiu it was tne ened. Tsuno's "rapid transit"
most joyous one in their lives. The crowded to capacity for fivo days a
routine program consisted or: week now.
7:00 a. m. Reveille. ::
7:l!i Settinir nn exercises.
7:30 Inspection. NEW Y- M. C. A. MAN COMES
-to. nn ni...H
5:30 p. m. Supper. Neil Locke, tho new secretary of
f:00 p. m. Taps. tho Kauai Y. M. C. A., arrived by
Tho group was divided into live tho Kinau this morning. Ho was ac
squads Cats, Tigers, Giants, MuttJ, companied by Mrs. Locko and their
and Jeffs, with leaders in chargu ot two little daughters. Mr. Locko ar
each, which took turns doing 'Kay- rived in Honolulu on tho Matsonia
Po and cleaning up. Ono day a war a week ago and remained there to
game was cheduled between tho attend tho meeting Pan-Pacific week
"Irish and tho English", captained and the quarterly meeting of tho
by August Cabasania and ittntshi territorial executive committee of
Nlshimura. Tho Irish proved too the Y. M. C. A.
strong for tho English, capturing ' Mp Lock(J s a experIcnced cmm.
ttinlt ftrt flnrr nrwl nntiro nrmir.
a m V , , , , , ' ty or rural Y- M- c- A- secretary,
Another day a hare and hound chase i,ovl ., .
. ... having been engaged in this form or
was pulled off with Haruc Kuromo- , , . ...
. i in u m i i u. i woru for tho past eight years. For
. ... two years he was associate state
:v: nf the Chnnilinr
w. fc wvulM)c,tu CI L11U1
NUMEROUS TEAS GIVEN IN B UUIoro or 1,10 n'ellt o tho
MRS. MIDDLETON'S HONOR , "n a3 U1Q caSQ may be-
anu auuress uy tno governor to
Tho hounds, tho remainder of the
campers, soon located tho hares' pa
per trail and after a hot chase cap
tured them. Playground ball had
secretary in chargo for organizing
now counties in California. Ho gave
up this work because of his desire
to work ln a now field where ho
, ii .i , ll" """v in .i now iieiu wnero no
reign over all tho games and every .,i.i , , ......
, , ... could be in closer contact with boys
dnv several niatnhed ramna worn . ' uun
day several matched games wero
played. A Boy Scout knife was a
warded to the best camper.
on, yes.! the kau kau it was
It Is tho plan of tho county com
mittee to carry on tho work on an
groat! Every boy had his fill every Island-wido basis and Kauai is for
meal, three meals a day, seven days tunato to get a man of Mr. Locke's
during tho week. Cook Ikeda sure triinimr n.,,i ovtnn n.i
knows how to servo it up to please ralnlnK and experience. Tho coun
the boys. Joe' Katsononia was a ty committee will meet Thursday
guest at the camp for two days and night at the homo of tho chairman,
tno noys meet to persuauo mm to ur. a. II. Waterhouse nf Koloa
Each evening during tho week a
Mr. and Mrs. Locke will llvo at
porgram of stunts, stories and other Papalinahoa. G. N. Wilcox' beach
activities, was enjoyed, either around House, until tho now Y. M. C. A,
tno camp nro or in tho houso when cottage is built
ib ruiiiuu. ouvuiui ul inu uuys were
Mrs. Robert F. Mlddleton, one of be tllG maln feature of the evening.
tho newest brides of our commun
ity, has been tho motif of a num
ber of social afternoons recently ANNUAL MEETING CHAMBER
un Thursday afternoon of last wcok OF COMMERCE POSTPONED
Mrs. J. H. Moragno gave a bridge
tea in her honor. On Fridav aftnr- 1,10 onnuai meeting of tho Kauai
noon Mrs. E. Swan also entertain. Chamber of Commerce, which a&
ed in Mrs. Middloton's honor. corumg to tho by-laws, should havo
Tho Middlotons have recently mnv- BGen "eld ln August, has been call
ed into their new homo between W. ed by PresIlient Lyle A. Dickey for
H. Rico, Jr.'s residonco and that of J:uu m- Thursday in tho coun
C. J. Dow nt the wireless station . ty """"ing. Tho delay was caused
oy a plan of uniting tho annual meet
ing with a ceremony at the begin
ning of actual work on tho Nawill-
will breakwater. which it
ITnmts tnlnnt fn. Hi'mrn T.rt .. nn M.......1.. i i. . i. . .
- vj.u.u j- uiiii, .id- muiiui. IIUKI1I. OO in AUCUSt or par.
sisted by a few friends, gave a very ly ln September. However, import
incasing program at Puhi Hall on ant matters prevent any further do-
Saturday evening. The children's lay. The Press Congress will be
play, 'Tho Queen of Hearts," was held in Honolulu next month and
rendered with good spirit by tho the annual meeting may consider
small actors, in quaint and color- what Kauai is to do for its possiblo
rul costumes. guests. Tho annual election nf nf.
comedy, "No Pay, No Cure,' ficers will be hold when a slate
gave the audience some good laughs will bo presented by B. D. Baldwin,
and reflected great credit on tho chairman of tho nominating com
performers,x Messrs M. Fernadoz, nilttee, and other Important business
J. Silva, F. Texierra, J. Rlposa and will como before tho meeting.
ENTERTAINS AT PUHI
Last Tuesday night, Dr. J. M.
Kuhns celebrated his birthday by
giving a Chinese dinner tn .1 limit
F. Goldwatcr has made his 35 lne:i from different nnrtH nf n,n
quarterly trip to Kauai and return- lsIall(1' TI'e dlnnor was clvnn with
ed to Honolulu last Tuesday night. a dou5lo purpose tho celebration
H. Napoleon Is spendlnn a few nnu t0 orBanIze a fish and
days In town, combining business 5 ". , on tho ,sla,ld-
with pleasure, ho says. , Uoctor is a psychologist. Ho
" "int ir you glvo a man a
Dr. Chang made a business trlD Bood f3ed you can trot Mm t .i
to Honolulu last week. He nurchas- anything. And it nrm-mi ,..im.
ed a number of new and up to date thu 3t of men assembled in his
offico supplies. Dr. Chang Is now dining room, last Tuesday night At-
located permanently at Kapaa. He ter they were given all the delicious
Is a graduate dentist from North- Uli,les" foods they could consumo
western University. thc' were ready to tacklo anythlnc
m rr.. .i om a gamo club to the mandate
Miss Eileen McCarthy returned to problems. manuato
Honolulu last week, after spending Dr. Kuhns has been mtc,,.,
i few weeks with her sister, Mrs. some timn in ti, .
Frank Burns, ot Kealla. Miss Mc- game on Knn. V; fc , ...'?n. . .f
Carthy Is a daughter of former Gov some ot the l.s. .," ,.,..,"
ornor Charles J. McCarthy. rapidly disapnearimr nn,. Z, , ' "
C W. Spltzer, director of th N. huntors aro illegally kllllnir enmn
wlliwill garage, returned to Hono- out of season, hunting without II
lulu last Tuesday after a short censes, etc. To check theso things
business trip to this island. ho PrPsed that a gamo and fish
w m o . , , CIUU be organized.
ter members. Dr. Kuhns was elected
Mrs. John Hind, mother of Mrs. President by acclamation. A. Hor
Adrlan Englehard of Lihue, return- ner Jr- acted as temporary chair
ed to Honolulu last Tuesday after a man and appointed Philip Rico, II.
two weeks' visit with her daughter. D- slSgett and J.' M. Kuhns as' nn
Ernest Cropp, manager of Koloa a"'Zatln and """""atlng com-
plantation, was called to Honolulu '
on business last week. committeo appointed Frank
Crawford as vico president and A.
Gaylord Wilcox, treasurer of the Horner, Jr., as secretary nnd treas
Amerlcan Factors, is making a short urer. It nominated as an executive
visit to Kauai. committee in addition to tho above
Mrs. Addison Doyle of Mllnor, nalnel officers, J. II. Coney, R. D.
North Dakota, mother of Mrs. Ralph Ji8rao1, J- M- Spalding and E. II.
W. Bayless, arrived from her homo Droa,,bent- As a financo commit
on tho Matsonia and is now in Li- t0 11 recommeuded F. W. Jennings
hue enjoying a good visit with her a"d Adrla" Englehard.
daughter, whom she has not seen of tIlcse nonil"ations wero un-
for five years. Mrs. .Doyle plans on an,,noUB,' accepted by the club. Tho
remaining for some months in Ha- f"la"co committee got busy immedi
waii. atoly. it made every man present
dig down into his jeans nnd bring
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Browne were "P a ilollar. That was. Mr To.,.
week end guests at tho Robinson nings said, so that the commlttnn
mountain homo. would have a little fnni tn ....
until a more perfect organization
Tule, who arrived from the could be formed.
mainland last week Is to bo sunor- It is honed M,t ti,ie i...
Intendent of the planing mill at become a largo and infh.onUM
A membership committeo was ap-
A. Rlposa. A charming fairy dance
was given by Miss Edith Sloggett,
a vocal solo sweotly sung by Miss
Harriett Tokito, and a song and
dance in Chinese costume grace
fully performed by Miss Rose Mar
io Silva. Musical numbers by the
Rlposa brothers In comic makeup
brought forth great applause from
the audience An excellent orchestra
with Frank Fernandez at tho piano
mieu out tne program. This was
followed by an hour or so of dapc-ing.
ACCIDENT AT BEACH
(9 initiated into the order of the
"Snipes," and for tho first time
tried to capture some of tho eluslvo
"birds." It was tho decision ot ev
ery boy present that ho would try
MRS. HORNER ENTERTAINS
Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. Fos-
doubly hard' to mako next year's ter Horner of Kealla gave a bridge
camp, as there is no doubt, as soon 1(arty to n mimber ot tll0 now
uo luu uiuci uujo iiia iiiaiiiutiuii , . .
learn what they missed, every one teachors in tho Lihue, Hananmulu,
will work harder to ho included a- Kapaa, and Kealla districts. About
mongst uext year'a campers. '20 ot tho now pedagogues attended.
Dorothy Stoltz, a teacher ln tho
21eolo school, was painfully injured
when she was knocked down by tho
breakers while bathing at Port Al
len last Sunday. Sho was rushed to
Eleelo hospital and when oxamined
It was' found that she was suffer
ing from a dislocated shoulder.
Miss Stoltz was a member ot a
party of bathers and was standing
n wator waist deep when sho was
nocked down by tho comber.
Tho Hanapepo beach has novori
been a popular spot duo to tho
fact that It Is considered very trea
cherous and tho fact that tho waves
break very suddonly and forcefully.
This is tho first accident at thn
beach this season and it Is more i
than likely there would havo been!
more but for tho fact that Eleelo ,
swimmers havo been doing most of
their bathing at tho Walmea beach.'
BOOKS CALLED IN
The Lihue library wishes to havo
all books belonging to it returned
as soon as possible, for ro-organiz-
ntion that tho fall work might bo
gin unhampered. The library will
function this year as it did last,
but must first bo put in order.
Kindly return any books which you
may have, at once.
LIHUE UNION CHURCH
A public reception, in tho form
of a garden party, will bo given
to all "Tho Now Comers" ot tho
community on tho church lawn,
Wednesday afternoon, 3:30 to C.
If you havo not been personally
seen by a member of tho com
mittee, accept this as your per
sonal invitation nnd bo present.
Regular Sunday-school and
church services next Sunday
morning. Tho pastor will speak
upon "Tho Best Loved Book of
tho World." It Is very gratify
ing to see so many who aro tak
ing an interest in tho things of
tho church and its services this
fall. However, there are "oth
ers" who aro not yet enjoying
tho fellowship of tho church. To
such a very cordial invitation is
oxtended that you may sharo In
its privileges. Tho church wish
es to servo tho whole commun
Eric Knudson, Charles Blackstead
and H. II. Jones spent an enjoyablo
week-end in tho moutnlns hunting,
Five trained pig dogs wero taken
along with tho result that tho to
tal score was 3 pigs, 1 goat. Somo
After October 27th, those not nos
sesslng tho now territorial license
will have to explain to tho Judgo,
which may be an expensive proced
ure for tho motorist. The old license
can still bo exchanged at no extra
cost until October 27th.
Henry Akl, Inspector of chauf
feurs, expects to be working over
tlmo to see that the. dimming and
Hcenso laws aro enforced.
miorney Eugene K. Alu of Ka-
paa, who has been in Honolulu for
a week on business, returned last
Frank Broadbent was a return
ing passenger Friday morning.
Judge Henry Van Glesen, district
magistrate of Kapaa, returned Friday
irom a brief visit to Honolulu.
Mrs. Fred Carter, who went to
Honolulu two weeks ago to enter
her daughter Eileen in a school
there, returned last Friday morn
Rev. J. M. Lydgate and Mrs. Lyd
gato returned from Honolulu this
morning. Mr. Lydgate has been on
Hawaii for soveral months.
Lloyd R. Klllam, general secre-
tary of tho Honolulu Y. M. C. A.
arrived this morning for a brief
Mrs. C. G. Kuhlmann, who has
been visiting in Honolulu for tho
past two months, returned this mor
ning. The McBryde Sugar Co., store Is
erecting a modern service station
for gasoline, oil, water, etc. This
will bo tho most modern station on
tho island. In a few days they
will bo in a position to caro for tho should bo required to
pointed so that now sportsmen frnm
all parts of tho Island could bo en
rolled. Tho following woro appoint
ed: L. D. Larsen, A. Horner, Jr.,
Fred Trowbridge, W. T. Dunn, E.
H. W. Broadbent, C. B. Hofgaardi
R. D. Molor, A. H. Watorhouso and
W. F. Sanborn.
During tho evening tho needs of
the various types of desirable gamo
on the island wero discussed, par
ticularly concerning the protection
and the increase of wild duck and
quail. Methods of securing law en
forcement and protective legislation
were also much mooted topics.
Tho club decided to hold its nn-
nual meeting on September 13, tho
birthday of tho founder of tho or
ganization. It was also decided to
hold a dinner session on the third
Saturday in September. Dr. Kuhns
appointed a committeo of ten to
provide tho necessary meat in tho
form of pheasants, for this session.
During the evening it was men.
tioned that tho men from tho Wal
mea sldo of tho Island had ob
viously formed a gun club, which
enrolled as members many from
this side of the Island. Tho Kauai
Msh and Gamo Club
sire to co-opernto with the Wal
mea club in all matters pertaining
to gamo protection and lncreaso.
Last week a notice In theso col
umns stated that the Public utili
ties Commission had granted th
local telephone company an increase
In their rutes for residence tele
phones. This statement. conled
from tho Honolulu papers, was wrong
in that the chanirn in tini,..
rates which takes piaco October 1.
affects only tho business telophonos.
ino telephone company In nnnlv.
Ing to tho Public Utilities Commis
slon for an increase in rates asked
for an increase in Its charges for
business telephones only, feeling
that, as tho heaviest users of ita
sorvlcos, tho business telonhnnna
pay moro than
telephones Installed for homo uso