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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 18. NO. 10.
L1HUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. MARCH 7, 1922-
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Q. N. Wilcox
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C. J. Riley Giving
An ovont which futuro hlstorlanc
'will 'class as tho longest and In many
".ways tho most difficult campaign
over accomplished by an army Is ho
lug- told in picture and story by C.
J. Riley, who is spondlng a fow
days on Kauai on hia return to
Mr. Itlloy spont two and a half'
years as Y. M. .C. A. secretary with
tho Czocho-Slovaklan army on itn
unparalleled experiences ncross tho
5,500 mile front in Russia and Si
beria. Being an oyo-witnosa, Mr.
niloy secured a number of Interest
ing photographs, somo of which ho
had mado into slides.
Tho Austrian oppression, unconquor
'nolo nationalism of tho CzechB, their
loyalty to the Slavic origin, desor
tion from their forced participation
in tho Prussian army and the foima
tion of their own forces at their own
expense, are pages in history not
yet written, which will take thoir
placo with tho seemingly impossible
achievements that fill the records
of the past.
In company with County Secretary
Neil Locke, Mr. Riley Is visiting tho
schools of tho island and bringing
to tho boys and girls an outline of
tho circumstances and events which
surround the movements of this
wonderful Httlo band of men, stor
ies of conditions prevalent in tho:io
countries and personal experiences,
nro giving tho pupils an outlook
that could not bo secured in any
Mr.. Riley will glvo an illustrated
lecture next Sunday evening In tho
Lihue Union church. This is a chaneo
to learn first-hand of an "army with
out a country," which traveled ar
ound tho world to their homo.
"GIVE ALL CANDIDATES
A FAIR CHANCE" SAYS
SENATOR HAROLD RICE
Every man has a right to be
heard and to receivo courteous
treatment in his political campaign.
At least Harold W. Rico of Maul
Last week, Joseph Kumulao, in
dependent Democratic candidate for
delegate to Congress mado a tour
of Mauai, speaking at tho vari
ous points. At Wailuku a numbor
of so-called rowdies gavo him a bad
time. They constantly hissed him
and interrupted him in many ways.
In tho following letter sent to
the Maul News tho next day, 'Sena
tor Rico clearly shows his attitude
towards such actions.
"Lot us all on Maul glvo overy
candldato for tho delegateship a
fair and respectful hearing. Every
such candldato Is entitled to anil
has a right to expect an opportun
ity to bo heard by his own follow
ing without interruption from per
sons of, other parties or oilier fac
tions of the same party. 'Maui Ilo
Ka 01" means fair playing If It
LEEBRICK AND RICE
Tho Moklhana was unusually for
tunate last Friday afternoon. It had
two special out-of-town speakers and
each had a messago that tho women
wanted to hoar. Tho first speaker
-waa Prof. K. C. Leohrock of tho
University of Hawaii. Tho other was
Senator Harold Rico of Maui.
.Prof. Leebrlck used as hia sub
ject "The Washington Conferenco
on Limitation ,of Armaments." His
address was very timely and Inter
esting and oxplained to tho wo
men many salient points of tho
Senator Rico spoke In behalf of
Harry Balwln's candidacy as dele
gate to Congress. Ho told of Mr.
.Baldwin's qualifications, and tho ap
plauses ho received showed that
his messago was a vory popular
ono with tho fair voters.
HUMANE SOCIETY WILL
HOLD ANNUAL MEETING
Tho annual mooting of tho Kauai
branch of tho Hawaiian Humano So
ciety will bo hold on Thursday,
March 9th at 10 o'clock a. in., at
tho Mokilmna Hall.
A , ,
MRS. ALBERT WILCOX
ENTERTAINS AT LUAU
Mrs. Albert Wilcox was hostess
to n number of frlonds at a luau
given on Saturday evening. Amid
a profusion of swectpeas, maiden
hair ferns and palms, the guests en
joyed one of thoso good old time
luaus, comploto- to the last detail
in Hawaiian delicacies, and for
which hor homo homo nt Kilohana
haB become famous.
After a sumptuous repast, the
guests Indulged in a game of bridge,
tho prizo winners being Mrs. R. L.
Wilcox nnd Ed Swan.
Among thoso present wero Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Rico and Miss Edith
Rico; Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Sloggett;
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Crawford; Har
old Rico of Maul; Mrs. R. L. Wil
cox; Miss Katherlno Mclntyro; Miss
Elsio Wilcox.; Miss Mabel Wilcox;
Mrs. Lyman; Mrs. Dovcrlll; Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Conoy; Mr. nnd
Mrs. Ed. Swan; Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Rico Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Achi; Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Forster; Mr. and
Mrs. W. N. Stewart; J. Bodrero;
Miss Lydia Bodrero; Philip Rl'.j;
Mrs. Albert Wilcox.
MRS. E. Al.LEN CREEVEY
GIVES BRIDGE PARTY
Mrs. E. Allen Creevey was hostess
to the Makawell school teachers on
Saturday afternoon February 25th.
The guests wero charmed with tho
very unique decorations and prizes,
all of which wero typically Hawaii
an, and tho scoro cards which wero
decorated with miniature ids and
etchings of Hawaiian views, are be
ing kept by all aa souvenirs of a
very delightful occasion.
Four tables of bridge wero play
ed? Miss A. Scott and Miss C'. A.
Thompson carrying off first prizes,
tho consolation, a hula girl, falling
to Miss Gladys' Glissau.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Miller of Eleele
entertained Informally last Saturday
ovonlng In honor of Mrs. Gertrude
Brodie, who will become tho bride
of Aruthur Clutterbuck at Walmea
next Saturday noon.
J. A. M. Osorio has filed suit In
tho fourth .circuit court, according
to tho Hllo Post-Herald, for tho fore
closure of a $10,000 mortgage which
ho holds on Fred Patterson's home
stead. Tho action Is In equity, and
.will bo heard before Judgo Homer
Attorney Patorson will oppose tho
action upon tho ground of fraud. Mr
Osorio is represented by Attorney
Carl S. Carlsmith. Tho dato of hear
ing has not been sot as Mr. Patter
son is confined In tho Hllo hospital
with an attack of Influenza.
This court action, It is declared,
is an outgrowth of a transaction
prior to tho receivership appoint
ment of tho Security Trust Co., Ltd.
Fred Patorson practiced law in
Lihuo for sevoral years, up to the
time of the Hawaiian National Guard
of which he was an officer, was
mobilized. 'After rocolvlng his dis
charge from tho army Patterson
went to Hllo whero ho opened a law
LOVE PIRATES TO BE REPEATED
A request has como from a largo
number of people on tho island thnt
tho "Lovo Pirates of Hawaii" ho
given another presentation. Every
seat In tho Tip Top theater was tak
en and several who could not secure
seats, stayed away.
Tho splendid rendition will be
CladlV bo reviewed nenlll nml Dinar,
iu ncm nui iui luiiuiu unuugn 10
be present beforo will bo given a
j Tho proceeds of tho second con
cert will bo given to tho athletic
fund of tho high school and in help
ing members of tho Hl-Y Clubs to
attend older boys' conforenco In
Honolulu, March 30-April 4.
Friday night, March 24th has been
chosen for this second presentation.
Added attractions of musical read
ing and skit naturo will bo includ
ed In tho program.
Crop of Cane
Tho Wailua homesteaders, they
that drow tho last lot of homo
steads, aro now taking off their
first crop. Abou. half of tho cane
has been harvested below Puupllo.
Kyon Soong's cano along the banks
of tho north Wailua canyon, has
now all been harvested and tho gang
Is ready to move on to tho next
Fred Mendcs, supervisor from the
Kapaa district, is tho luna In chargo
of harvesting In this section. Ho
has about 75 men at work and It Is
thought that all tho cano will ho
milled by tho middlo of Juno.
This lot of homesteaders has had,
nil In all, pretty hard conditions.
Thoy got their land, cleared it,
planted it, nnd did much of the
cultivating at tho time when labor
and materials were tho highest thoy
have been In Hawaiian history. THoy
nro taking off their crops at a time,
when sugar Is decidedly low. It is
doubtful if a man In the group can
mako anywhere near expenses on
tho first crop.
DR. SOUTHWELL TO GO
Dr. Southwell, dentist for tho ter
ritorial board of education, who has
been stationed at Waimea for somo
time, has received orders to roport
at Makawell on tho- 13th, to attend
to tho dental needs of the children
of that school.
KAUAI POST TO GIVE A
"NIGHT IN ORIENT" BALL
Kauai Post No. 2, of tho American
Legion will hold Its regular March
meeting at tho county building on
Saturday ovening, March 11. Many
Important subjects aro to bo brought
before the post and reports of tho
activities of tho various committees
will bo read.
The- post is planning on putting
on a spectacular costumo hall known
as "A Night In the' Orient," some
time In April and final -arrangements
will bo mado at tho meeting.
Tho oxecutivo committeo of tho
post met last week and many sug
gestions wore mado in regard to
the activities of tho post this year
and these will bob rought before
tho post for final action.
A special entertainment featuro
will bo rendered by tho post quin
tet after tho mooting. The quintet
will bo remembered by tho excellent
work thoy did at tho annual ban
quet. LIHUE UNION CHURCH
Next Sunday morning servico
Rev. Bayless will tako for his
theme: "Tho Christian and tho
Church of God." Interested In
dividuals, in this subject and
tho hour of worship, aro cordi
At the ovening hour, Charles
W. Rlloy, for two years In Rus
sia, will deliver an Illustrated
The Czecho-Slovak Legion
Tho activities of this Log
ion, mado possible by tho high
moral, Intellectual and physic
al typo of men composing it,
gained for themselves not only
tho admiration and praise of
the rest of tho world, but Inde
pendence and liberty for their
own nation which had for 300
years suffered under tho rule
of tho Hapsburg dynasty.
In hia illustrated lecture Mr.
Riloy will descrlbq tho nature
and character of thoso remark
ablo peoplo moro In detail than
has been possible for him to
do In his short talks to tho vari
ous schools. Theso peoplo havo
a just claim on our admiration
and until wo becomo acquainted
with them, tho happy Btato of
mutual respect which should ex
ist between all countries nnd
our own, is not possible
.5. .5. .5. .j. .5. .5.
Good Booze for a
Dollar and a Half
If these Honolulu prohibition ag
ents don't quit talking, every thirs
ty man In the territory will bo tak
ing a trip to Kauai to quench their
thirst. Alfred Ah Fat. ono of these
abovo-nientloned gentlemen, was on
tho Garden Island last week. When
hq went back to town ho took a
couple of stills with him and gavo
us a lot of freo advertising ag tho
liiecca for thirsty souls. lie said
that you can get "doggone good
Hcker" over hero for a dollar and
a half n quart.
Alfred 'was real busy while ho
was on Kauai. Ho grabbed two oko
stills that ho found handy. Ono of
them belonged to Furugu Soso at
Waninl and other to Sumichu ShIJu
at Anahola. Ilo took Into custody
350 gallons of mash and threo gal
lons of oke. The two Jopaneso got
fined $500 each. They will havo to
work an extra night overtimo to
make up that loss.
Ah Fat roports that thoso are tho
two first stills seized on tho Garden
Island since Patrick Gleason became
prohibition officer. If what they report-
la true, both Pat and Ah Fat
could ho kept busy wrecking stilla
over here for tho next century.
BIG CARNIVAL AT ARMORY
NEXT FRIDAY EVENING
Tho Lihuo grammar school will
hold a carnival at tho Lihuo ar
mory next Friday night for tho
benefit of the athletic fund. There
will 1! nil sorts of amusement (or
the pleasure seekers, from a min
strel show to fortune telling. It
will be a real livo carnival and will
havo all the sido shows that go with
a carnival. Hot dogs and all sorts
of eats will be served while a nickel
dance will wind up tho evening's
festivities. " Alapakl Smith's jazz
band will furnish tho music for tho
dance, so there will bo no worry
on that scoro.
All tho sido shows will bo run
ning full blast nnd It all will havo
their balyhoos, who will tny to in
tice the dimes from your pocketa.
Tho management assures everyone
who attends an ovonlng of good en
tertainment and ns tho cause Is a
good ono and tho children and the
teachers havo worked hard to make
It a success, thoy deserve tho sup
port of everyone.
MAKAWELI TO GIVE
A MINSTREL SHOW
A minstrel show, presenting tho
ladles and gentlemen of Makawell
in "A Night of Minstrelsy, Fun and
Merriment," will bo tho next big
social event of tho season. Tho af
fair Is to tako placo at tho com
munity house, Makawell on tho ev
ening of March 18th.
Tho funds derived from tho show
will bo used towards purchasing a
piano for tho Makawoli school.
An a'dditional featuro of tho ev
ening's entertainment will bo a
dance after the show. f
JONAH KUMALAE ARRIVES;
WILL SPEAK OVER ISLAND
Jonah Kumalao, Democratic war
horse, arrived on the Klnau this
morning to conduct his campaign for
tho delegateship. Ho will speak at
tho following places: Today at 4:30
at Kekaha, 0:00 at Wolmoa, 7:30 at
Hanapopo; Wednesday, 4:30 at Ka
laheo, 7.00 at Koloa; Thursday, 0:30
at Lihue, Kapaa at 7:30; Friday,
5:00 at Wainlha; 7:30 at Hanalel.
Tho following young ladies havo
received honornblo mention for hav
ing wold tho greatest numbor to
j"Lovo Pirates of Hawaii:'' Nelllo
jchong 31; Edith Meheulo 30; Ireno
Wong 13; and Edeno Nalomallo 10.
Tho total rccolpta for tho perform
ance wns $350.
WE THANK YOU
Wo beg to acknowledge receipt
of a hug of prime green corn from
tho garden of homesteader R. ' D.
I Israel, of Kapaa.- There' aro somo
J bright jspots in tho llfo of an editor.
Sam N. Hundley, of Kapaa, return
ed from Honolulu this morning.
L. J. Mclan'con came over from
Honolulu this morning.
Huson M. rteeves, of Honolulu, ar
rived by tho Claudlno this morning.
C. A. Short, plantation auditor for
C. Brewer & Co., was an nrrlval
aboard tho Claudlne this morning.
Rev. T. Okamura and Rev. U.
Okamura wore passengers nrrlvlng
by tho Claudlno this morning.
C. A. Short, plantation nudltor
for C. Brewer & Company, Ltd.,
was nn arrival aboard tho Claudlne
Don S. Bowman, In charge of tho
welfare bureau of tho Hawaiian
Sugar Planters Association, return
ed to Honolulu last week aftor
spending 10 days on Kauai.
Senator Charles A. Rice was a re
turning passenger on tho Claudlno
last Friday morning.
Miss Elsie Wilcox was a return
ing passenger on tho Klnau last
S. Takata, bookkeeper at the Ke
alia store, returned this morning
from a short visit to Honolulu.
Joe Tseu of the Nawlllwlll Garage
made a brief business trip to Hono
lulu last week, returning Friday.
Attorney Philip Rice returned to
his Garden Island homo last Friday
morning after a fow days in Hono
lulu. Richard - Qulnn, government engi
neer, came over this morning on
his regular tour of Inspection of tho
R. E. Hodgson of the grocery de
partment of tho American Factora,
is making his monthly trip to Ka
uai. H. P. Faye, manager of the Ke
kaha Sugar Co. returned to tho
Garden Island last Friday after a
few days in Honolulu.
William Sinclair and wife of Ele
ele spont a short vacation in Hono
lulu recently, returning on tho Kl
nau last Wednesday morning.
Attorney William T. Rawlins of
Honolulu arrived on .Kapai last
Wednosday morning to defend Louis
Rcgo In his manslaughter case.
Prof. K. C. Leebrlck of the Uni
versity of Hawaii, arrived on Ka
uai last Friday morning to dollver
a series of lectures to Garden Is
landers. Frank S. Pugh. vocational Instruc
tor for Kauai, mado a trip to town
last week to discuss school matters
with tho department of public in
struction. Louis M. Rego arrived on Kauai
last Friday morning to appear in
tho circuit court on a chargo of man
slaughter. Mr. Rego was acquitted
in his trial.
M. R. Jardine and wife of Kala-
hco wore returning passengers on
tho Klnau last Wednosday morning.
Mr. Jardlno is tho proprietor of tho
J. H. Hall, olcctriclan for Lihuo
and manager of tho Tip Top theater
returned from Honolulu last week,
accompanied by his mother nnd sis
tor, who havo been sojourning In
tho capitol city for sovornl months.
F. H. Haserot, accompanied by A.
Homer, arrived last Wednesday in
connection with tho business of tho
Hawaiian Canneries Co. F. II. Haser
ot is a dlrlctor of tho Haserot Co.,
of Clovcland, which firm Is tho sell
ing factor of tho Hawaiian Cannor
los Co. They returned to Honolulu
Senator Harold Rice, Representa
tive M. G. Paschol, Isaac Hart and
Sheriff Clem Crowell of Maul are
on tho Garden Island In tho Inter
est of Sonator Harry Baldwin's cam
paign for representative to Con
gress. Theao Maul mon nro all
personally acquainted with Mr. Bald
win nnd havo known him lntlmato
ly for years. They aro not making
a hunch of political speeches. Thoy
aro simply tolling U10 peoplo thoy
meet what typo of man Mr. Bald
win la, what hia quallflcatlona aro,
And why ho Is tho logical man to
represent I In wall In Congress.
Rego Goes Free
In Direct Verdict
A direct verdict was tho result
of the caso of tho territory vs. Louis
Rego. Mr. Rego was charged with
manslaughter in connection with
tho death of Joseph Calestro whon
Rego'a car struck tho stono wall In
front of tho . Hobby realdcnco last
year. Tho court directed tho Jury
to bring tho verdict of not guilty.
Tho 'reason for tho court's doclslon
waa based on tho fact that tho
government had not proved that
Rcgo had been operating hia car in
a reckless and heedless manner as
charged. Tho court maintained that
tbja was a point of lnw and it was
up to tho court to decide as such.
Likewise, the Hanalel
Another directed verdict waa also
given In tho case of tho territory
vs. Felix do loa Roaa, ot al. Thla
is the case known as tho Hanaloi
Robbery. Tho court directed tho
Jury to bring a direct verdict on
tho grounds that there was a vari
enco in the indictment, and tho
proof. The indictment charged the
men with taking a certain threo
dollars from tho custody of ono Leo
01, while the proof showed that
they took It from his person.
As to tho two other lndlctmonts
that the men were held under tho
same as tho first, tho county attor
ney called tho grand jury to bring
in now indictments. Tho grand jury
met last Friday afternoon and
brought two truo bills ngalnst tho
Wilson and Charman Get
In tho case of tho territory vs.
Charles Wilson and Jamea Char
man, tho defendants pleaded guilty
and wero put ' on 13 months sus
pended sentence with tho understand
ing that thoy leave Kauai. Thoso
men wero charged with breaking
and entering tho Koloa plantation
storo and carrying away various
articles of value.
To Help The
Governor Wallace R. Fnrrlngton,
hold a conferenco last Tuesday af
ternoon with territorial sugar ex
perts, tho board of agriculture, tho
University ot Hawaii professors, tho
board of forestry and several othor
persons interested In tho Hawaiian
Tho purpose of tho conforence, It
Is declared, was for the purposo of
furnishing homesteaders In tho ter
ritory with tho boat available Infor
mation for obtalnlnggthb maximum
yield from their landa, In tho hopes
of incrcaalng and making their
DR. LEEBRICK SPEAKS
AT SOCIAL SERVICE
,Dr. K. C. Leebrlck of tho Univer
sity of Hawaii, was tho speaker at
tho meeting of tho Social Servico
hold 011 Saturday last at Moklhana
hall, Lihuo. lie spoko on "Tho In
terest of tho Government in Welfaro
Work." Elsowhoro in this Issue la
a brief resumo of Dr. Loobrick'a
talk, which traco3 tho dovolopmont
of government work In this lino and
tells ita vnluo nnd nlms ns practlcod
HIGH SCHOOL TO
HAVE COURSE IN
Prof. F. J. Dolllnger, principal of
Knual high and grammar school,
announces that with tho beginning
of the next school year, a
courso In poultry husbandry will bo
added to tho curriculum of that
Institution. It is proposed to ubo
Rhode Island Reds, as they nro n
dual purposo bird and will llkoly
prove most satisfactory of any of
tho standard strains for this pur
poso. Prof. Dolllnger la nn oxporlonced
poultryman, and will, no duobt, mako
this nn Important branch of tho