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0. N. Wilcox,
ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 17. NO. 45.
L1HUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1921
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clal meeting of the Kauai Chamber i,lort bualnesa trll,
of Commerce at the Llhue Armory
on Thursday afternoon at 3:00 o'
clock to consider tho proposed new
schedulo of wharfage tolls. As this
new tax will affect practically every
body and every business on the Is
land, all members should attend
this meeting, ready with their argu
ments and suggestions. Recommend
ations are to be made to tho har
For years tho territory has not 1
received any income from Its wharfs.
struction, upkeep and repair of
thorn. The territory hopes, by these
taxes, to mane uiem uiuio
Tho following schedulo has been
proposed. It was sent 10 me imm-
bor of Commerco by Lyman H. Bigo-
low, chairman of tho harbor board
and is to bo acted upon inursuay. i
Schedule of Tolls to be Charged by
the Board of Harbor Commission
ers on all Freight Passing Over
Territorial Owned Wharves:
Tolls. Tho charge for cargo con-
veyed on, over or through any Ter-1
ritorlal Wharf, both inward and out-
ward, or loaded or discharged while
ship is moored In any slip,. basin or I
Foreign Freight. Incoming foreign
(Continued on page seven)
A HAWAIIAN NIGHT
Tho Halau o Kaplolani, Kauai
branch of tho Halo o na Alii o Ha
waii, is planning to give a Hawaiian
Night program to be followed by a I
danco at tho Llhue armory on Do-1
cember 10th. The main feature of
tho nrnLTivni will ba the presentation I
nfnmnvint dramatizing some of the
events in life of Moikeha who came
from Kahikl, became affiliated by
marriago with tho royal family of
TCnunl. and later became king of this
Island. In his old ago his yearning
for his son. by a former marriago,
Laa, whom lie had left behind in Ka-
hikL caused him to send his ad-
venturous youngest son, Kila, one
of Hawaii's famous mythical heroes,
to bring tho older brother from Ka
Action will depict the life of Ha
waiian royalty of those days and
the hula as danced for royalty will
o uuuui uu " """-"- -r-""
of the playlet. Mrs. Koliinoi has
charge of tho program, while Mr.
Mehoula is directly in charge of the
Kaplolani choir of 30 voices which
made a hit when Princess Kawanana-
koa was on Kauai last February, a
fine Hawaiian program ib awu.cu.
Then just thinK or me uancoi iuu
havo never hearu tne Kapioiani or
chestra? Then reserve December 10
fbr a good time at the armory.
BISHOP LA MOTHE ARRIVES
Right Rev. John D. LaMothe ar
rived this morning, Nov. 15th, and
while on Kauai, will hold services at
the following places:
Mr. Hundley's homo, Kapaa, Nov. 15
at 7:15 p. m.
Kilauea church, Wednesday, Nov. 16,
at 7:15 p. m.
J. II. Hall's home, Llhue, Thursday,
Nov. 17. at 7:30 p. m.
Lihuo Union church, Friday, Nov. 18,
at 7:30 p. m.
Waimea Foreign church, Sunday,
Nov. 20, at 11 a. m.
Eleelo Hall, Sunday, Nov. 20, at
7:00 p. m.
Kokaha Hall, Monday, Nov. 21, at
7:00 p. m.
This is tho first visit of tho bish
op since coming to Honolulu and
rill aro cordially invited to hear him
and make him welcomo to this
part of his diocese.
Archl E. Kahelo, an attorney from
Honolulu is spending a fow days on
.the Island looking up old friends.
Miss K. McCarthy Is spending a
fow dnyB at Uio Lihuo Hotel.
J. L. Horner returned to the Gar
den Island on last Friday's steamer.
L-l I xrlrlni-e rtf 41-ia Amnptrnn Fri.
, , T . , ,
torn Is nn thn nardmi Island for a
A. Horner Sr., territorial sugar ex
pert, is on Kauai at present. Mr,
Horner Is at his homo at Kapaa.
A. Klussman, kamaalna Kaiinl ic.s-
idunt, was an incoming passonger on
the Kinau Friday.
H. Wolters, manager of the Ma
kco Sugar Co., arrived from Hono
ulu this morning.
R. J. Lawrence was an incoming
passenger on the Klnau this morir
Cantaln Williamson arrived on the
Killau i0.(iay for a fow days' visit
to our shores.
A K Qand wgs a returning
passenger on the Klnau this morn
Sam B G(JSS and wjfo returned
t,ja morning from a brief visit to
Miss yiorrson 0f the Hawaiian
News is on Kauai with a lino of
Miss Seghorn of Walmea was In
coming passenger on tho Kinau las
Rev. Klinefelter of Honolulu I
making a tour of the Garden Island
visiting the various Methodist chap
and congregations on the isianu
Judge E. C. Vaughan arrived o
tli Klnau this morning. He is to be
on tho Garden Island for about
Vaughan McCarthey, superintend
ant of public instruction, is on Ka
uai in connection with the duties
of his office,
Miss T. Gandlll of Grove Farm re
turned to tho Garden Island to day
from an extended stay In tho big
R- A. Balllster, manager of the
McBrydo Store, is again on the Job
at Eleelo after a short business trip
H. A. Horswell, engineer for the
Makoe Sugar Co., returned from a
week's business trip to Honolulu this
Manager L. D. Larsen of Kilaus.i
took a retinue of his relatives and
friends tp Kokee last Saturday for
a few breaths of cold mountain a!r.
Bishop LaMothe of Honolulu ar
rived on tho Kinau Tuesday morn'
i,,B. Ho will conduct a number of re
Ugious services on tho island this
William W. G. Molr of tnu expe--
melU station of tbo Hawallau .Sugar
Pianters association, returned to Ho
noluUl Saturday after a tvo weeks'
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mldklff and
son "Bobby Dick" of Honolulu ar
rived on the Kinau this mormnj
for a two weeks visit with relatives
M. Gleseke, piano man of Honolulu
arrived on tho Klnau last Friday
and returned on Saturday afteiimon.
Mr. Giesoko camo over espocially
to put the pipe organ of tho Li
hue church into first class order be
foro the sacred concert Sunday night.
Dr. William T. Monsarratt and
wife of Honolulu arrived on tho Gar
den Island last Friday for u visit
with son, daughter and grand son
at Koloa plantation. Grandson Is ro
ported as highly pleased with his
Dr. Southwell, dentist of the de
partment of public instruction, ro
turned to his homo this morning in
Waimea from a short trip to Hono
lulu. Dr. Southwell was taken sick
in Waimea and was granted a leavo
of absence by tho department. He
will be welcomed back to tho good
work ho has been doing for tho children.
Bridgeplayer surprised even her
moat enthusiastic backers when bug
dofeated both Mary Jay and Dlnaor
Ball in tho mllo and a quarter race
nl tlin T.ntrlnn'n Arinlstlcn Day
races. Tho best that was expected
of her was to tako second place and
coupled with the fact that She maro
wad none too well on tho previous
night there was a doubt whether the
Fernandez maro would tako her
place at all.
But It was different when the
raco was run as she stopped right
in front right at the start and was
never headed. Mary Jay ran a z'A
second and Dinner Bell a poor
Dinner Boll has his revenge In the
mllo as ho bested his old rival, Gol
d3ii Spray in this race. Tho old stal
lion made a game raco of it but tho
Sakamoto entry was too strong for
Gold Bryan surprised the fans by
defeating Pegasus quite handily In
the three-eighths, Tyler was running
a bad second up into tho stretch
but ho let Gold Bryan out In tho
last eighth and he breezed in under
the wire by two lengths.
Pegasus took tho quarter as ho
was expected to do from Silver Dust
while Mary Jay romped home in tho
three-quarter without any trouble.
All the races were Interesting ov
en though very little dope was upset.
In fact, the three eighths mile, tho
half mllo and the mile and a quar
ter wero tho only surprises of tho
Tho nation-wide custom of a two
minuto silence at noon was observed
at tho grounds. After the bugler had
blown taps tho entire crowd stood
uncovered for the two minutes of
"WAIOLI MISSION" WAS
SUBJECT OF MISS DAMON
"Tho Waloli Mission,'' a history of
the founding and development of
missionary work at Hanalel, was the
title of a most interesting paper
read by Miss Ethel Damon beforo the
Kauai Historical Society at Us meet
ing on Monday night. The Garden
Island hopes to print this account
in full in a coming issue, as one of
the most interesting and valuable
pieces of research work which has
been done on Kauai within recent
years. Tho society approved the In
formal report made by tho commit
tee on marking historic sites, which
is working In conjunction with Mr.
Pugh, vocational training instructor
for Kauai, toward tho adequato mark
ing of tho few interesting anclont
places still remaining to us. A brass
plate with the inscription," "Hauola,
City of ltefuge," was displayed. This
pluto Is to bo affixed to a hugo rock
upon the site of tho old city of re
fuge. Tho "Sunriso Helau" at 'tho
same place will also bo marked.
HIKING CLUB VISITS
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Tho Trail and Mountain Club of
Honolulu sent about 30 of its h'.id
ing members to Kauai last Friday
morning to dedicate thoir now moan
tain house at Kokee. Tho hikers,
mostly of the fair and gontlo sex,
got busy immediately on their ar
rlvnls and tramned all over the
Waimea sido of tho island.
LIHUE DISTRICT SCHOOLS
TO GIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Tho schools of tho Lihuo district
will give an entertainment for tho
benefit of the Kauai Athletic League
at the Tip Top Theater on Wednes
day evening, December 2nd.
Thero will bo singing, recitations
and dramatic skits. Tickets will bo
on sale next week. Save tho date
and conio and holp tho kiddles along.
ON GARDEN ISLE
Tho report of tho territorial board
of health shows mat tnero wero oo
cases of "flu" on Kauai during ucio'
ber. Of this number 29 wero in Li'
hue and nino in Waimea.
nurinir October 140 cases of con
taglnus diseases wero reported on
this Island. TUero wore lour now caa
os of tuborculosls brought to tho at
tentlon of tho medical authorities.
Going homo from tho danco at the
Llhue Armory last Saturday night,
Jimmy Brodroro of Kealla had an
automobile accident that was a won
der. Tho wonder was that tho car
culu 1,0 .uP9et ana ana
Jimmy could get out without an In
As Mr. Brodroro crossed tho rail
road track tho other side of liana
maulu he saw a cow ,Just In front
of him on tho road. Ho swung his
car sharply to the left to miss her
Then to keep from going Into tho
ditch ho had to swing It Just as
sharply back to the right. Tho two
swings put the flivver into a shim
my that it couldn't stand. It sim
ply had to turn over.
Mr. Brodroro was pinned beneath
the car. After working for about 15
minutes ho managed to squeeze out
from under the wreckage. No cow
was in sight then, nor a car. It was
necessary to walk to the nearest
telephone and get another auto be
fore the homeward journoy could
PARADE AT WAIMEA
On Thursday, 30 ex-soldlors of the
world war led the school in parade
Captain Cox, U.S.R., led the forma
tion; ox-Lieutenant Arthur Clutter
buck, of the British Expeditionary
Forces was present as the only re
presentatlvo of our allies In the late
war. Tho veterans in parado were
Captain Cox, U.S.R., Lieut. Will tutu
Wright, U.S.U., C. J. Olds, N. Ml
yake, K. Miyako, M. Yamano, K. Ya
magata, K. Kagawa, C. Hattrlck II.
Schumacher, Kalua Holi and L. A.
Behind tho veterans marched T.
Brandt, Judge Hofgaard, Attorney
General Harry Irwin, Ex-Sonitor
Conoy, Mr. Long, Rev. Hall, Itov.
Cnrvor, Rev. Kaulili, W. Wall, ter
ritorial surveyor, and Mr. Sessions.
Following these gentlemen wero
COO school children and tho teach
ers of Waimea school. Each child
carried a flag. In the center of the
procession was a 12x20 American
flag, carried by tho boys of the fresh'
man class of the junior high school.
Tho program opened with tho flag
salute by the assembly and was fol
lowed by the Lord's Prayer led by
Rev. Carver. Mrs. Wright led "Am
erica," after which the speakers of
the morning wero introduced by
Rev. Carver. Attornoy-General Irwin
made a short and pertinent address
on the meaning of Armistico Day and
the principles for which tho day
stood. It was a treat to have with the
school and community such a well
known and capable speaker as Attor
ney General Irwin.
Rev. Hall, of tho Hawaiian Board
of Missions, made the principal ad
dress of the program. His talk was
mainly to tho assembled soldiers and
sailors. In tho course of tho addrc.Ki
Rev. Hall said, "Tho ten millions of
soldier dead call to us to live for
tho principles for which they died.
The thirty millions of civilian and sol
dior dead cry that these things shall
not be again. To them wo owe our
freedom and tho peace that is ours
to day. May we pray for the courage
and strength to answer thoir cry."
Rev. Hall impressed all with his ear
nestness and his direct appeal.
Tho program closed with the sing
Ing of "Tho Star Spangled Banner."
Thero will be a celobratlon of tho
Anirlican Communion at tho resld
enco of J. H. Hall, Lihuo, at 7:30
p. ni., on Thursday, Noyembor 17th.
Celebrant tho Episcopal Bishop of
Honolulu, tho Right Rev. John D. La
Motho. The Bishop will also hold services at
the LIHUE UNION CHURCH at
7:30 p. m., Friday Nov. 18th.
All aro cordially invited to attend
Tho Near-East reliof, through Us
territorial leader, Mrs. W. D. Wes
tervclt, of Honolulu, Is making an
appeal for warm clothing, knitted
sweators, and odds and ends of wor
sted for tho Armenians who aro
still suffering unspeakablo misery at
the hands of tho Turks. Refugees
and orphans aro still dependent up
on relief organizations for oxistence.
Anyone who has articles to contri
bute Is asked to send thorn to Mrs.
C. B. Hofgaard, Waimea, or to Miss
Mabel Wilcox, Lihuo.
BOD E '
Kapaa Notes fj
In tho case of Henry Van Gteson,
plaintiff, and S. Ogata, defendant,
and M. It. Agular Jr., garnishee, an
action for nllgcd debt, tried before
Judge Ekokela In the local district
court on Thursday, a motion to quash
tho service was granted on the
ground that tho officer who made
tho service was reported to have
failed to certify that the papers were
true copies of the original.
S. Iwamoto of Wallua, proprietor
of the local Japanoso tea house a-l
bout to be opened for business, was
the host at a house warming party
at the new store on Thursday ovon-
ing. A majority of tho local Japan-
ese turned out to have a good time.
i. u-4uoii b. ivai luko nnu &. k.
Au, three members of tho all-Chin-
... , , .
ese team which visited Kauai last
July, arrived this morning on the
Kinau to spend a couple of weeks
vacation on Kauai, making Kapaa
ilioli- linn .1 rtlln ofa I
A. Horner Jr., manager of the Ha-
wauau uanneries uo., ueparis touay
for Honolulu to attend tho agricultur
al conference of tho Hawaiian Pine-
apple Packers Association to be held
on November 17th, 18th and 19th, at
which ho has been scheduled to I
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treatment ho discovered, that has
met with such success at Moloaa.
Mr. Horner expects to return to Ka-
uai next Tuesday.
. wouers, manager oi uio
1no Htrn frs writ a n nonenncor nti I
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He went on business and expects
to return on Tuesday.
Construction of tho new armory
for the local National Guard com-
pany is progressing rapidly and the
building is expected to be complet
W. V. Leo, cashier of tho Bank
of Kauai, Ltd., departed last Tuesday
for Honolulu on a business and
pleasure trip. Ho expects to be away
iVrlS. STEWART WINS
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new idea, for that club, at -.he:.- r.'i-.-
uutr semi-annual rummago ualo that
was. held at tho Moklhana H.ill Ir.bt
A.'iuday. Tho club raffled oft a
pair of beautiful now cauo.;i...ts,
nn. made just exactly tlio retail
selling price on them.
run i.dflo was about tho onl way
Iho club had of deciding who -,houM
g.-t thu candlo sticks. A. R. .urr y
of Honovlu had occupied tho Mo.i-
nana 1 ull for the past !v days
v. itli h.:. collection of art V Jva
V'lii-n 1..- returned to Honn'.ula ho
uresu.iK'.d tho club with tho canUU-
,tcks in appreciation of It3 1-unlntr
him tluir hall.
Tho sticks aro beauties. All tho la
dies wanted to buy them. But as on-
ly ono owner is possible tho club de-
elded to glvo all chances at 25 cents
per until the retail price was roach-
ed. Mrs. William Stewart was tho
lucky number holder.
The club had a very successful
sale this time. All the donated art 1-
cles wero sold beforo noon Saturday.
Quito a sum was realized at tho salo.
FOR THE SAHR3
Mrs. J. M. Lydgate gavo a fare-
woll dinner party at her homo In
Llhue, Monday evening for Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Sahr. A dozen Lihuo poo-
pie stated at the ond of a most on-
Joyablo evening that tho Lydgi-.to's
party was tho only consolation they
possibly could find In th-a Sahr s
Mr. Sihr has been a public official
on tho Garden Island for the past
tbi or. years. He camo hero flmt as a
county agent for tho terrlto.i.il food
p.. mmlsslon. Later he was tranbr
rfd to tho land commissioners poM
tl .n which Job ho has held until
hi? resignation a short tlmo ago.
SALE AT HIGH SCHOOL
Tho Homo Economics girls of tho
Kauai high school will have an ex
hibition arid sale of work on Tuesday
afternoon, November 22, from 3:00
until 5:00 p. m. All ladies who aro
interested aro cordially Invited to
Throwing his steer In the fast
time of 37 seconds won first prlzo
for Kainipau, the Hanalel cowboy, at
,,, Amprlr.n ,., Pnn,Bt
Armistice Day. William Lindsay al-
, ,, . , ,.,, ,h
umc 01 dB!1-" seconus. winiam i-ur-
dy of Kapaa was third with 47:2-5
Tho steer tying contest with tho
be8t cowboys on Kauai compoting
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was easily the feature of tho day
und moro interest was shown in
this event than any other on tho
program. Twelve steers wero releas-
ed and each cowboy had two steers
and hla best tlmo takcn Among tho
only one clear mis3 by the roper.
Johnny Mallna was tho cowbqy to
m(aa but ho camo back on uls noxt
. . . ...
attempt and took fourth place with
Charley Huddy could not got a-
way f rom hla usuaj bad iuck cbar.
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fast mo of 21 seconds but when ho
tried to throw him his ropo broke
"d he was out of the contest,
Charloy was disqualified on his oth-
er throw as ho caught ono leg In his
h0op. It was agreed among tho cow-
boys at the start that only clean
catches around the horns would bo
allowed; any other catches to bo'
William Kapahau Llll of Kokaha
hnrt tbo mlsfortuno to bo disquali
one leg. On his secoml throw Kapa-
hau caught his steer in fast
time but overy time ho tried to
thrnw fhn s.nr i.nnncfid un llko
n wiililmn ttnlt nMil Tnnnlinll li n .1 hla
" 'uuuu' uu" "
work to do all over again.
luumpau urow ins nrsi sieer wneu
U"Q cowboys drow steers and when
the first steer was roleased and ovor
the 50 yard mark, was after him
Hko a shot out of a gun. He made
a perfect catch and almost immedi-
"tely after had tho steer thrown. Ho
was off his horse at once and In a
moment had the steer tied. All this
was done In tho short space of 37
seconds. The spectators had an idea
that If this was the first steer and
was thrown In 37 seconds what
would tne time tie on tno later steers
when tho cowboys got over thoir
stage fright and got down to busi
ness. As It was this was tho fastest
time of tho day and was only ap-
proached by William Lindsay, who
was tho last man, on his second try.
Lindsay made a very quick catch
and if ho had shown a littlo more
speed after making tho catch in ty
Ing tho steer he might havo taken
rst prlzo. As It was ho was Just
2:1-5 seconds behind his team mato.
The steer tying championship will
rest in Hanalol for tho year to be
contested for next Armistico Day.
All tho other cowboys aro out for re-
vengo and claim tho emblem will bo
on another saddle noxt year.
The Waipoull cowboy team took
(tho team championship with a total
of 12 points with Hanamaulu second
with eight, and Makee and Hanalol
1 tied for flvo apiece. Waipoull won
tho relay and tho stako raco and
took third In tho potato nnd stako
Tho potato raco without a doubt
was tho most amusing event of tho
day and gavo tho crowd moro laughs
than any other ovent. This event
called for good riding and a great
deal of strategy on the part of tho
Tho committee in chargo of tho
rodeo and steer tying should bo con
gratulated on tho efficient manner
that tho events were run off.
William Lindsay also took homo tho
prize for tho gymkhana, winning tho
dressing race and the pig sticking