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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 18. NO. 15.
LIIIUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. APRIL 11, 1922
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Is Legion Promise
Scottish Rite Masons
Kam Boys Concert
Pleases Large Crowd
Grounds At Aliukini
S. W. WILCOX
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Tho biggest and best party over
given on Knual Is tho prediction otj
tho committee In charge of the ,
"Night in tho Orient." that tho lo-
cal post of the American Legion Is j
giving at tho Lihuo armory on' Sat- J
urday, April 22.
The decorations committee linvo !
completed their plans for turning
tho armory Into un oriental palace
and with special lighting effect!)
that have never been attempted hero
before, expect to make tho old arm
ory 'bloom as It never has bloomed '
Ticket lesorvations aro coming in!
fast and from all appearancor, !
tho limited number will ho
sold out before tho end of this week.
To facilitate matters tho commlttct.
has appointed members In each com-;
munlty to make reservations until
tickets aro placed on sale. Will,
Wright In tho Bank of lllshop, Wai
mea, will handle reservations there,
while John Catton will look nfter
Makawell and Eleole. Henry Santos
In Llhuo Store office will handle
Koloa and Llhuo; K. M. Aliana in
tho Hawaii Bank of Commerce, Ka
paa will handle Kapaa and Kealia;
and Dr. Patterson will handlo Kilau-
ea and Hanalel.
Jimmy Bodrero reports excollent
progress on the pageant both in re
gard to rehearsals and tho making
of the costumes. Jimmy absolutely
denies tho rumor that tho Society
for Suppression of Vice havo in
terviewed him v and ' threatened to
institute proceedings to prevent the
presentation of the pageant. Ho said
when interviewed, that although the
pageant would present tho van
ished splendors of the East, there
would be nothing to prevent any
Legionnaire from bringing his mother,
wife or sister. Jimmy refused to af
firm or deny tho statement that
there would be considerable hare
knees in the pageant, but said in
these days, when they all roll their
own that, no one was going to kick
at a few bare knees.
Although everyone is requested to
come in costume, the lack of one
will not bar 'anyone from attending.
It is tho intention of the committee
to- havo a few simple costumes for
rent at tho door for thoso that care
to use them.
Prizes will he given for tho most
beautiful costume, not in the page
ant, one for the ladies and one for
the men. Also a prize will be giv
en for the most original costume and
tho most comical. The only specifi
cation is dint the costume must ho
Tho music for tho 'dancing will he
given by Alapakl Smith's jazz band,
and Alapakl announces that ho 1ms
just received a shipment of all the
latest hits from tho coast which
will bo played for tho first tlmo
on Kauai that ovoning.
Admission will bo $1.50 per cou
Tho Society for tho Suppression
of Vice will hold a meeting at tho
Lihuo nrniory on Friday, April 21,
for tho consideration of important
BEN HENDERSON, Pros.
N. E. WEIGHT, Sec.
J. S. ORNELLAS RECEIVES
HIS APPOINTMENT AS
POSTMASTER OF KOLOA
J. S. Ornollas received news last
week of tho confirmation of his ap
pointment as postmaster at Koloa.
He will tako charge of tho office
ns soon as his commission arriv
es from Washington, which will
probably be about tho first of May.
Tho postoffice will bo moved from
its present location to tho building
next tho Kauai Trading Co.'s store.
DR. SOUTHWELL WILL
LOCATE IN HONOLULU
Dr. C. A. Southwell, who for tho
past year lias been government den
tist 011 Knual, tinder the board of
health, returned this morning from
his Easter vacation spent in Hono
lulu. He lias purchased tho dental
equipment of the lato Dr. M. E.
Grossman, In Honolulu, nnd will lo
cate thero premanontly for dental
practlco next July.
J. Gait and C. A. Short, auditors
foi C. Brewer & Co., arrived from
Honolulu this morning.
DANK TAKES OVER DRUG STORE
The Hawaii Bank of Commerce,
is mortgagees, took over tho business
'f M,n Tv'nnnl HvMP- Pn. last Week. '
Tho store Is now closed to the pub-
lie nondl.iK negotiations for Its sale '
and it is expected that the storo
will-soon bo opened for business n
galn under now owners.
Y. SHIDO VISITS JAPAN
Y. Shido, prominent local mcr
nlmnt. ilnnnrtnil on SalurdaV for .la-
pan via Honolulu on his' flrit trip ' cordially invited all Master Masons,
to visit the land of his birth since I thrir ran,ili,!a a(I rr',,,H- Tho to'
ho camo to Hawaii more than 25W'"K Program will bo carried out:
years ago. Ho expects to return to
Hawaii in about six months.
JAPANESE CRUSHED TO DEATH '
Shigotomo Otako, tractor driver,1
employed by tho Mnkeo Sugar Co.,
died at the Kealia hospital last Fri
ilny at noon as the result of hav-i
ing his pelvis crushed by tho over- (
aiming tractor ho was driving ear-;
y on Thursday morning. Ho was
rushed from the field to tho hospl-l
'.al and never lost consciousness up I
ed was formerly employed by thoj
Hawaiian Canneries Co. at Moloaa I
.n tho same capacity, and has only,
!ecn with tho Makce Sugar Co. about
dx months. Ho was 32 years of ago
and is survL-ed by a wife and two!
-U WIU. Ulliu ut ilia uuiiin. i iil- iii:i;i:ua-
BACK TO HARVEST CROP
Edward C. Liu, Wailua homestead-,
er, is back again after an absence
of moro than eight months in Hono-
lulu. Ho is here to assist in tho bar-
vesting of his first crop of cane.
Mrs. Liu was manager of tho home -
stead diirine his nrolonced absence.
PROPERTY SOLD UNDER
The house and lot of .1. B. Cum- M invitations to neighbors to at
mings on the seaside next to the t01I(I. th meeting and a good audi
vacant Pilipino tailor -establishment , H,lcc is expected,
has boon sold to C. Ahoon of Kealia.! 0n Wednesday Prof. Krauss goes
Tho salo was made under foreclos- to ' Kilauea. Ho will speak at tho
urd proceedings instituted by tho i
Hawaiian Bank of Commerce, mort
gagees. MOKIHANA CLUB WILL
MEET WEDNESDAY P.
Tho Mokihana Club will hold thoir
meeting next Wednesday nftornoon
ApriL 12th. The special featuro 0f;lnu"'g ou uio sunjeci oi interest
tho mooting will bo a piano recital 10 farmers of that district. On Ills
by Mrs. Sinclair Robinson. last trin ho H"1Ij 011 l'lneapplos.
Hostesses for tho afternoon will ThIs timo ho v'm !'-obably lecture
bo Mrs. William Hyde Uice. Mrs.,"" mvorsiiicu yrops.-
II. D. WIshard. Mrs. It. L. Wilcox.
Mrs. Wtu. N. Stewart, Mrs. Frank
Crawford and Mi's. McGregor.
local school teacher.
Miss Camlinn Tonini, a well known
Llhuo school teacher, Is in the
Queen's hospital in Honolulu whore
slio has just l)oon operated upon.
TMw Tnnint la tn nittfn n cnrlniw '
condition, hut tho physicians and
her friends hope for an early re-
iw ion lonini nan gono io i lonojum
for an Easter vacation. Whllo in
town slio was suddenly taken sick
aim mu uuuApcuieti upci iiuon nuu
to ho performed.
Oscar P. Cox, United States mar
shal, camo over from Honolulu this
mornlnc lor tlin lmrnnsn of levviiu'
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, an attachment on tho motor schoon-1
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LIHUE UNION CHURCH
Special holy week sorvicos
will ho held Tuesday night nt
7:30, Uov. J. M. Lydgato being
the. speaker; Thursday night
conducted by Rev. It. W. Bay-
loss, and Good Priday morn-
ing at 11 o'clock with Rov. H. G.
: Hall conducting tho mediation.
Christians of all faiths aro in-
vited to join In this week of
mediation and prayor. In it aro
to bo found tho heart of tho
Easter servlco noxt Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock, with ap-
propriato- sorvlco, music and
sermon. A special offering will
bo taken for tho Dindlgul -nils-
To Observe Easter.
Tho Knights Itoso Croix of the ,
'Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite!
of Freemasons will observe tho Has- j
KaS Wltl " l"ll)lil3 roHgiollB
' ho Tip Top theater next;
s"1ny afternoon, April lGth, at...
o'clock. A visiting team from the
Honolulu diopter Hohe Croix No. 1. j
will he presont and aid In those I
ceremonies. Hon. Horace W. Vau-
glum will deliver tho Easter ad
dress. To this Easter service there are
Old Hundredth" Audience
Greeting Knlph W. Bayloss IS.
Introductory T. II. Petrlo 33.
Male Qunrlet. "Christ Hath Aris
en" (P. nilhorn) W. N. Stewart,
11. W. Bnyless 18; E. P. Wood, and
It. D. Sloggott 32.
Easter Address Horace V. Van
Ceremonies: Relighting the Lights
Walter It. Combs 33, and officers.
Baritone Solo, "O King Immortal"
(Frank K. Brackett) W. C. Auhl,
Country Tis of Theo"-A.udi-
VISITING TlE KAUAI
FARMERS THIS WEEK
Prof. P. G. Krauss of tho Univer
sity of Hawaii, is on Kauai this
weck visiting the homesteaders, plan
' lations and farmers generally. Hoi
arrived tills morning and will be
lloro until lrrl(lav "'? .
I 1rt)E' Krauss spent the day to-j
,,lay visiting a number of tho home-,
Btea(la ' tllc Knpaa and Wailun
districts. Ho is to speak at tho Olo-
bona school tonight. Tho Wailua
Homesteaders Association has lssu-
Mlallua community house Wednes
day evening on "Diversified Crops
and Gardening." Whijo at Kilauoa
ho will inspect tho now irrigation
systems and other agricultural pro
jects of interest.
On Thursday Prof. Krauss goes
to Kalahoo. He will speak at tho
Knlaheo moving picture house that
J'"'iday will he spent among vnri
ous other groups of farmers. Prof.1
Krauss returns to Honolulu Friday ,
night to i.. et an engagement at the
KAM BOYS TO PRESENT
"FACING THE MUSIC"
Tho Kaniehnnioha Dramatic Club
will present the -well known farce,
i ' Facing tho Music," tomorrow ov-
onliur at the Till Tun lllnnlm- Thin
, f.u.L.0 ,fl ,mo () tnu ,)(!St ,.nmvn ju
ut 1,1,)(luf,tlons im(1 w.lH U-SC(,
I liy William Colter as a starring vo-
The work of tho dramatic club
is s.lI(, , ,..ink ns hBh m ts pup
ticuiar lino as tho work of tho gleo
flub in its concert. No higher pralso
could bo given than tills and it is
now ui) to tho dramatic club to sus-
jain its reputation,
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i.ihue Storo office
EASTER MASONIC SERVICES
Mnundy Thursday, and Easter Ma-f-onie
services will bo held in Lihuo
tills year under tho auspices of tho
Honolulu Scottish itito bodies. I
Easter falls on Sunday, tho ICth!
day of April and arrangements have
boon made for these Masonic sor
1 vices to bo held publicly In the
;Tii) Top tlieator.
I Thero will bo Pastor sorvlco and
j communion at the residonco of J. H.
Hall, Llhuo, Sunday, April 10th at
i 4 p. m. Celebrant, tho Episcopal
'priest, Uov. M. E. Carver.
! Hart Wood, architect in chargo
jof tho .Wilcox Momorlal Parish House
; mado a brief trip to Kauai last week
to Inspect tho now building,
The concert given by tho boys'
glee club of tho Kamchame Schools
moro tan pleased tho largo crowd
who attended. Krom tho opening
number "Tho Sword of Perarra,"
which was a number by tho wholo
club, until the closing, "Christ in
Plunders," and tho impromptu num
bers by tho wholo school, all were
enjoyed by the patrons who signi
fied their pleasure by wholo heart
There' Is no doubt that individual
lienors go to Abraham Poepoe and
liis educated saxophone. Abraham
Hoopoe's saxophone wept and wail
ed and tho audience howled for
more. He only played a few num
bers nt tho concert, but it was at
the dance that ho played and play
ed and played, and with his fellow
musicians he did not seem able to
get tired. Tho boys who made up
the danco orchestra woro a distinct
relief from tho professional dance
musicians who seemed to get bor
ed so easily that It Is an effort for
thom to play. The hoys enjoyed
playing ns much as their audience
enjoyed their playing and thoy woro
more than generous with their en
cores. To get back to tho concert again,
Walter Lane played several num
bers on the stool guitar that thrilled
tho crowd as only that Hawaiian
Male voices aro always appreciat
ed but it is very rare that Kauai
has an opportunity to listen to as
well trained group of voices as of- Kauai last week,
fered last Saturday evening. Rev- Chong How Fo arrived on
Tho two numbers by the doubles , tllG K'nau last Mednesday morning
quartet, Kipling's "Recessional" and after a six months visit to the Ori
"A Dream" by Bartlett, wore among Jent
the most pleasing concert numbers' Ernst Glesccke, piano oxpert, nr
on the program. rived from Honolulu last week and
The concert and tho dnnco that , is busily engaged in tuning and re
followed were a succcsb from every Pairing pianos.
point of view and it will bo a long1 Lt. T.R.Aaron arrived on tho Clau
time before anw similar event will uillG last Friday morning. Ho is In
leave a more pleasant memory than i
tho glee club concert.
Sunday afternoon tho Kamohnme'
ha cadets gave an exhibition drill
and review that was followed by tho
ceromony oi retreat, uaptain u. iv.
Hayselden, U. S. It., acted as roviow-
After tho review tho cadets gavo
an exhibition drill and tho big feat
ure was tho silent manual given to
Yankee Doodlo played by the or-
i chestra. This part of tho ojhihltion
would bo n credit a regular army
outfit and is one of the best exhi
bitions of its kind that has boon tho
writer's good fortune to witness.
Retreat followed tho exhibition
and it gave all tho ex-sorvlco men
of Kauai a thrill to stand at atten-
Hon once moro whllo tho colors were !
Ono of tho largest crowds that
over attondod any public affair at
Llhuo park was present and enjoy
ed every minuto of tho clover work
of tho cadets.
KAM BOYS GLEE CLUB
TO GIVE SPECIAL DANCE
AT ARMORY THURSDAY
An added number to the program
of tho Kamchanieha school boys dur
ing thoir. stay on will bo a dance
at tho Llhuo armory on Thursday,
(April 13th. There have been so
many requests by local people for
another opportunity to hear the
school orchestra that It was decided .
to givo an informal affair on .Thurs
All thoso who attended tho danco
last Saturday will moro than wel
come an opportunity to hear and
enjoy tho orlhestra's music again
and thoso who woro so unfortunate
as not to lio prosont on Saturday
will ho glad to havo tho oppor
tunity that they mlssod last Satur
day. So If you want to danco to Abra
ham Poopoo's saxophone just ro
hiembor to resorvo Thursday even
ing and drop around to Lihuo Ar
mory. Admission will bo fit) cents.
PORTUGUESE CIVIC CLUB
MEETS; ELECTS OFFICERS
Promiont Portuguese of tho Island
mot at Koloa on Sunday, March 2C,
and organized tho Portuguese Civic
Club. Tho object of tho club Is to
promoto tho wolfaro of the Portu- Mrs M- Lake, Miss Barnett, Miss
guoso peoplo on Kauai. Tho officers Mahonoy, Miss Dalton, Miss Chap
of tills now society aro J. S. Ornol- man and Miss. E. M. Mahonoy. Gar
las, president; A. Q. Marcallino, vice den Island teachers, returned to their
president; J. P. Ilottoncourt, secro-'duties last Priday morning after a
tary; and M. J. Carvnlho, treasurer. ' sll"rt vacation spent in Honolulu.
A. Adams of Kahuku Is a Kauai
visitor tills week.
Senator J. H. Coney Is again on
tho Garden Island t.fter a business
trip to the metropolis.
H. H. Williams, well known Ho
nolulu undertnk6n, is making a visit
to tho Garden Island this week.
A. Jungnickcl, Honolulu pineapple
man, is making a business trip to
the Garden island.
A. D. Hills, returned this morning
from a short business trip to Ho
nolulu. H. B. Graham, insurance man of
Trent Trust Co. is pn tho Garden
Island again tills week.
John Waterhousc, president of Al
exander & Baldwin, made a brief
business trip to Kauai last week.
Mrs. Wlllla Wright of Walmea re
turned to tho Garden Island last
Wednesday morning from a week's
visit In Honolulu.
Mrs. Joe Huddy of Kilauea re
turned homo last Wednesday morn
ing after a few duya spent in Hono
lulu. Mrs. J. P. Kahlbaum of Koloa ro-j
turned to her homo hist Priday morn
ing after a two months' vacation in
Richard Rice returned to Lihuo
last Priday on tho Claudino. He spent
his Easter vacation at tho HI-Y con
ference at Kancohc.
J. P. Leebrlck, head of tho insur
ance department of tho Homo In
surance Co., made a short tour of
charge of a number of Knmehanio
Mr. and Mrs. Manley K. Hopkins,
of Honolulu are spending thoir Holl
eymoon on Kauai. Mr. Hopkins was
formerly territorial 'auditor,
m. S. Peck, consulting chemist
for Alexander & Baldwin, Is visiting
A. & B. plantations ou tills island
William Moragne of Llhuo return
ed to tho Garden Island last Friday
from a week's II1-Y camping trip at
Miss Anna Lindsay, domestic scl
enco toachor of Llhuo high school,
spent her vacation with relatives in
Carlos A. Long, tax collector of
tho Walmea district, went to Hono-
luIu 'ast week on a short business
trip. Ho returned to Kauai Friday.
Mrs. A. H. Case, of Liliue, with
her young son, dopartcd for Hono
lulu last Mednesday for a month's
visit with her mother and sisters.
A. J. Wile, tenchers of mathemat
ics at tho Kauai high and grammar
school, returned from Honolulu last
Friday morning. Mr. Wllo spont his
Easter vacation in the city.
Col. Adna G. Clarke, of Honolulu,
arrived on Kauai last Wednesday '
morning. Ho nnd E. G. Bartlett aro
in chargo of tho Kaniehameha cad
ots that aro spending thoir Easter
vacation on tills island.
Mrs. W. H. Grote of Kealia was
a returning passenger on tho Claud-
ino last Friday morning. Mrs. Groto
spent her Easter vacation in Hono
lulu. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Brenham
of Eleele, aro tho happy parents of
u bouncing hoy, Charles James, who
arrived at their homo on Tuesday,
Joseph F. Sousa, former clerk of
local circuit court, arrived with his
family last week and are living at
Kalaheo. Mr. Sousa is acting man
ager of the J. I. Silva store.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Tilley,
of Eleclo. announce tho birth of n
som on Priday, April 7, at 12.4.r.
a. in. Ho has beo named Wado
Frank Souza, assistant manager of
tho plantation storo of tho Oahti
Sana1- Co., arrived Friday morning
1 for a week's visit with his son, Louis
cashier and bookkeeper for tho Ka
uai Trading Co. at Koloa.
Tho motor schooner, Mnlnhat, from
Newcastle, with coal for Liliue, and
Makeo plantations, camo to griot
last Wednesday when tho captain
tried to outer Ahuklni harbor with
out a pilot and went aground on
tho reef. The Malahat arrived off
tho port at about 11 a. in. nnd wait
ed for the pilot. Tho A. T. & R. Co.
havo a launch for the pilot and up
to this day had been working per
fectly, but on Wednesday morning
It got temperamental and refused
Capt. Williamson finally comman
deered tho Claudlue's launch and
started out to meet tho Malahat
hut the captain of that vessel had
apparently wearied of waiting for
him and started In. Capt. William
son saw that ho wns liable to come
to grief and tried to warn him of
his danger but the captain of tho
Malahat did not hear him in timo
and the schooner wont aground.
Tho Claudino put n lino aboard
and made several attempts to pull
the Mnlnhat off but the hawser part
ed each time. Capt. Williamson
went aboard the Malahat and with
the assitanco of tho sailors and
somo of his own men, ran several
lines to tho mooring buoys in the
harbor. Tho Likcllkc was at Wal
mea and camo to tho assitanco of
With the lines to the mooring
buoys which woro used by the
Malahat to pull tho head around
by her own power and tho work
of the Claudino and tho Likoliko tho
ship was pulled off the reef at about
11 p. m., after being on about 12
Captain Niolson of tho Malahat
was tho captain of tho British steam
er' Yoeiuan that went ashore in 191 G
at Port Allen during the kona. Ho
was also in command of tho steam
er when she was torpedoed in tho
British channel. He afterward serv
ed in tho British army in Franco as
It is not known how much damage
wns done to tho Malahat, but Im
mediately after discharging hor car
go at Ahuklni will go to drydock
at Honolulu for repairs.
BY U. S. MARSHAL
U. S. Marshal, Oscar Cox, arrived
this morning with attachment papers
to bo served on tho captain of tho
Malahat. Tho attachment is an out
growth of tho Malahat's plllkla when
tho schooner wont ashore last Wed
nesday at Ahuklni. Tho amount of
tho attachment is somo $15,000 and
is said to represent tho Inter Is
land's bill for salvago against tho
Tho attachment prevented tho
Aliukini Terminal & Hallway Co.
from unloading tho cargo of coal,
but only for a short tlmo ns thoy
soon hnd tho wireless humming and
permission was granted to continue
unloading. The Llhuo plantation has
stopped harvesting so as to relcuso
as many earn as possible for the
unloading of tho schooner.
Tho Claudino is unloading the
usual Tuesday freight at Nawlliwlll
and will go to Makaweli to load
sugar instead of taking tho cargo
from Ahuklni. Tho Claudme will
sail from Nawlliwlll as usual to
CONEY & MORRIS LOWEST
BIDDERS HANALEI WHARF
Coney & Morris aro low bidders
for tho construction of tho Hanalel
wharf, their figuro being J24.000.
Tho only other hiddor was G. W.
Mahikoa, whoso figuro was $34,275.
These 'tenders were opened last
Tuesday in tho offico of Lyman H.
Blgolow, chairman of tho harbor
board, in Honolulu.
FROM THE COAST
Maul, Today a. in. ,
FOR THE COAST
Manon, Mednesday a. m.
FROM THE ORIENT
Chinn. April 17
FOR THE ORIENT
Shlnyo Marti, April 19
FROM THE ANTIPODES
Ventura, April 25
FOR THE ANTIPODES
Sonoma, April 17
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