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TEACHERS GIVE TEA
Miss Reed and Misses Lola and
Myrtle Iludleston were the charm
ing hostesses at an Informal tea
on hist Monday ufternoon..
The tcu tables were very attrct
tive with dainty rice baskets filled
with carnations, and daisies.
Their guests were Mrs. H. D. Slog
gelt. Mrs. Ralph Bay less, Mrs. Mor-
ngno. lrs. Frank Jennings, Mrs. E.
F. Wooil, Mrs. H. Middleton and tho
MRS. R. D. MOLER HONORS
MISS AGNES DUNN
Miss Agnes Dunn was the incen
tive lor a delightful afternoon of
bridge given by Mrs. It. 1. Moler,
Thursday. The beautiful home was
charmingly decorated for the occa
sion, tho predominating colors being
yellovv. There were six tables of
bridge. Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. Mor
agne being the successful players.
Delicious refreshments were serv-
i,l fnllowinu which Miss Dunn's
friends all wished her a happy vis
it away on the mainland and a safe
MR. AND MRS. W. N. STEWART
Saturday evening of last week,
Mr. and Mrs. ". N. Stewart enter
tained at a very wonderful poi lun
iheon in honor of Mr. and Mrs. G.
P. Wilcox, Col. and Mrs. Heuben
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Walker
ami Miss Averett.
The long table set with all that
goes to make a Hawaiian feast was
garnished with bowls of many col
ored sweetpeas and candy tuft.
The guests of honor were making
a short stay on the island enjoying
llanalei and tho other beauty spots
of Kauai, returning to Honolulu on
Wednesday evening last.
MRS. JUSTIN SMITH ENTERTAINS
A very enjoyable bridge tea was
given by Mrs. Justin Smith last
Friday afternoon. The rooms were
beautifully decorated for the occa
sion with flowers and potted plants.
Dainty hankerchiefs were given as
prizes at each of the tables to the one
holding the highest score. The tea
guests cut for a prize, Miss Dale
proving the lucky guest.
Those who played bridge were
Mrs. H. D. Sloggett, Mrs. McGregor,
Mrs. W. It. Hobby, Mrs. It. II. Ha
good. Mrs. J. M. Kuhus, Mrs. Frank
Jennings, Mrs. Elliot F. Wood, Mrs.
Frank Crawfoid, Mrs. It. D. Moler,
Mrs. T. L. Morgan, Mrs. Ralph Gar
linghouse. Mrs. A. Menefoglio, Mrs.
F. A. Gluud, Mrs. T. K. Longslreth.
Mrs. C. L. Lane, Miss F.lsic Wilcox,
Mis. Lottie Jordan, Miss Dora Lyd
gate and Miss Agnes Dunn.
Those who came for tea were
Mrs. J. II. Moragne. Mrs. J. M. Lyd
gate, Mrs. Ralph 1 lay less. Mrs.
Doyle, .Mrs. A. J. Dunlavy, Mrs. W. j
('. Crawford, Mrs. ISrior.
MRS. CRAWFORD GIVES TEA FOR
Mrs. W. C. Crawford of Liliue
gave an enjoyable tea last Wednes
day afternoon in honor of Mrs. Ed
ward Briar of Honolulu. Mrs. Craw
ford's guests were Mrs. Edward
Kriar. Mrs. Justin Smith, Mrs. Neil
Locke, Mrs. Philip Lice, Mrs, T. L.
'Morgan, Mrs. T. E. Longstreth, Mrs.
Royal G. Hall, Mrs. Frank Craw
ford. Mrs. John Midkil'f, Mrs. A. il.
Waterhouse and mother. Miss Elsie
Wilcox, and Miss Davidson.
MRS. J. C. JAMIESON GIVES
Mrs. J. C. Jamieson of Liliue was
the hostess at a much enjoyed
bridge tea last Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Jamieson had her house beau
tifully decorated in pink hybiscus,
daisies and ferns.. Her guests .were
Mesdaines T. L. Morgan, Robert
Middleton. C. L. Lane, T. E. Long
streth, Sam Carter, Alice Carter,
Ileburd Case, Frank Crawford, E. F.
Wood, II. 1). Sloggett. R. D. Moler,
James Corslorphine, W. C. Craw
ford, J. M. Kuhns, Frank Jennings,
and Misses Elsie Wilcox, Agnes
Dunn. Louie Jordan, Lola Hudlestou,
and Myrtle Huddleston.
In addition to the players the
following tea guests were present:
Mesdaines C. W. Scribner, t). Olson,
F. Peterson, and Mrs. Edward Hilar.
First prize was won by Mrs. T.
E. Longstreth. Mrs. E. F. Wood
second prize and Miss Lottie Jor
dan received the consolation prize.
TEACHERS SPEND VACATION AT
THE KOKEE CAMPS
Kol;ee Camps took on the aspect
of an annual teachers' convention
during Hie past week, as many of
the Kauai tem hers spent the Easier
vacation at the various camps, hik
ing to Kal.ilau valley anil the Wai
mea canyon as well as many other
points of interest.
Miss Adelaide Parker and Miss
llurdell as well as a number of
other Liliue teachers occupied the
Trail and Mountain Clubs cabin.
The MisBes Underwood of the high
school faculty occupied the Cheat
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Carlscn and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Pugh chap
eroned a number of teachers from
Kalaheo. In the party were Miss
Ethel Loveridge, Miss Inez Sandus
ky, Miss Florence Knight, Miss Ella
Pelton, Miss Jennie Johnston, and
Miss Waive Drew.
dr. and Mrs. Sessions of the Wai
mea junior high school were enter
tained by Mrs. T. Brandt at her
El. D. BALDWINS GIVE BEACH
PARTY AT KOLOA
Mr. and Mrs. B. D, Baldwin of Ma
kaweli gave a real swimming party
at their Koloa beach house Sunday
afternoon. Forty-five of the . skilled
help of the Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
were the guests.
Following a delightful swim in
,he ocean, chowder with all the
trimmings was served to the guests.
Games of all descriptions furnished
.he entertainnient until late in the
evening when the party broke up
and motored home.
DWIGHT BALDWINS ENTERTAIN
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Baldwin of
Makawcli entertained a number of
their friends last Saturday evening
at a bridge party. The following
guests were present: Dr. and Mrs.
W. T. Dunn, Mr and Mrs. B. D.
Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Damkroger,
Mr. and Mrs. Marcallino, Mr. and
Mrs. Bedill, Dr. and Mrs. A. It. Glals
yer and Sam Peck.
The gentlemen's prize of a box
of cigars was won by Dr. Glaisyer.
Mrs. Glaisyer, not to be outdone by
her partner, won the ladies' prize,
a box of stationery.
WEINIE ROAST AT MAKAWELI
A number of the young, unmarried
people of Makawell gave themselves
a beach party' last Saturday evening
at the Makawell landing. The new
plantation observation car furnished
the novel means of transportation
for the party.
Arriving at the beach, weiners,
marshmallows, etc., were roasted
and toasted over a roaring fire. Fol
lowing games that are of interest to
young people, the party returned
home in the car.
Miss Maile Hastie
Weds Albert Claytor
The home of Mr. and Mrs,. Harvey
Bby was the scene of a very pret
ty wedding on Tuesday, April 4th
when their sister, Miss Maile Has
tie, was given in marriage to Albert
One end of tho living room had
been made into a bower of green
Easter lilies and other flowers. It
Easter lilies and other flowers, it
was there the wedding ceremony
was , performed in the presence of
a company, of intimate friends of
The marriage lines of the Episco
pal service were read by Rev. Mar
cus Carver of the Waimea church.
The bridal party entered to the
strains of the wedding march played
by Mrs. Carver. Little Mary Dun
can and Harvey Eby Jr., scattered
rose peals in their pathway.
The bride was given into her hus
band's keeping by her brother, Capt
George Leavitt. She made a charm
ing picture of girlish beauty In a
white . georgette beaded gown, wear
ing a white veil confined in place
by a wreath of orange blossoms
and she carried a shower bouquet
of white flowers.
After receiving the warmest con-
gratulations of their friends, deli -
clous refreshments were served.
Both the decorations and refresh
ments were under the most capable
supervision of her sisters.
The bride is the youngest daugh
ter of Mrs. Mary Hastie and the
late William Hastie and is one of
Hawaii's fair daughters. The bride
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Claytor of San Diego, California,
and is an employee of the Mcllryde
Sugar Co. He had a cozy little
home ready for his bride.
The happy couple received many
lovely gifts as tokens of tho regard
of a host of friends who unite in
wishing them all of tho joy and
happiness ever bestowed on mor
tals. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. Kui Char of Hono
lulu announce the engagement of
their (laughter, Helen, to Joseph
Tseu, cashier of Nuwiliwili Garage,
THE GARDEN ISLAND,
Will Boys Ever Understand
(From the Independent and the
(The following Is from a letter of
a mother to her nineteen year old
son, whom, together with a younger
daughter, she Is supporting and edu
cating by hard work. We print it in
the hope that it may do good service
both to mothers and to headstrong
I suppose you cannot realize that
no matter what other folks do or
do not do to make me happy it does
not affect me, because I am not re
spnsible for them. I have not tend
ed them from babyhood, guided
their steps when they were unable
to go alone, moulded their character
along the lines I felt were right,
only to find myself out of the run
ning opinions flouted and wishes
disregarded. Some day you will know
my son perhaps after twenty years
or more of toil, sleepless nights, self
denial at a time when good clothes
and a good time meant more than
they ever will at any other time,
pain, and suffering, and many other
things that there are some things
in this world that money cannot re
pay obligations that love and con
sideration alone can discharge. Then
I will expect you to remember this.
I am sure that the day will come,
for I can hardly believe that your
self-sutficlncy Is anything more than
a passing phase. You've made up your
mind that every word I say, if of
advice, Is fault-finding; my friendly
words of warning as to danger ahead
are an interference with your right
KAPAA C. E. GIVES SOCIAL
Last Wednesday evening at ' the
Kapaa hall the young people of the
Kapaa Christian Endeavor Society
gave a social which was largely at
tended by the church attendants and
others of the community. Rev. Bay
less, who came over to take part
in the program, picked up a num
ber of Kamehameha boys who hap
pened to be at the Tip Top build
ing when he was passing, and these
young men added greatly to the
enjoyment of the evening. Unfortu
nately they had to be back to
camp by 9 o'clock. When half past
eight came around, the fun was just
about gathering impetus, and It was
hard on everyone to have the Ho
nolulu guests leave. Music and
games were the order of the even
ing. Refreshments were served and
everyone voted the evening very
pleasantly spent. The society Intends
to give these entertainments once
a month for the benefit of its own
members and all the young men
and women of the community who
would care to come to them. A good
musical program is being prepared
for the next meeting, and the chanc
es are that Ice cream and cakes
will serve for refreshments. The
committee herewith extends invita
tion to any in the community as
well as those ' of nearby towns to
join them In the socials, and have
a good time.
By Rev. K. Murakami
The flower festival was held at
the Japanese Buddhist temple, Wa
hiawa, Eleele, on April 8th and 9th.
The flower festival is given of
late by the Japanese Buddhists to
the celebration of Guatama's birth
day which is held in April, the
month of flowers in Japan. The
name reminds us of the event that
Guatama was born on the 8th ot
April under the shade of blooming
Asoka trees in the Garden of Lum
binl; and this event might have
given rise to the idea of placing the
image of the Infant Buddha in a
small shrine adorned with beautiful
The custom of celebrating the
8th of April as sacred no doubt or
iginated in India, since there are
found some Sutras which mention
'the merits of one who sprinkles the
image of the Infant Buddha with
pure water on his birthday. In China
we find that as early as 4G2 A. D.
the comemoration of Guatama's birth
was held in the Chinese court, and
that, then the emperor was pleased
to sprinkle the image with perfum
ed water and bestow gifts on the as
In Japun the feast was first cele
brated In CGO A. D., the fourteenth
year of the reign ot Empress Sul
ko, and it came to be one of the
annual religious services performed
in the imperial palace; thus it has
becme so popular among our peo
ple that it seems to be a national
festival. It was in the year 1916,
however, that the grand flower fes
tival was first held under the aus
pices of the Association of Buddhist
Denominations in Japan.
It was celebrated at the central
park of the city and thousands of
people thronged there to pay hom
age to Buddha. On that memorable
day a large uumber of students,
TUESDAY, AttttL 11, 1922
Weekly Review, March 11, 1922)
to do as you please. Would it not
be a strange railroad company that,
knowing the danger ahead, would
feel that the folks ought to be able
to take care of themselves and lis
ten, and therefore neglected to put
up sings before railroad crossings?
Until you get this thought through
the outer crifst of your self-complacency
you'll never have a channel
through which an understanding of
the depths of love and devotion can
flow. I don't intend to tell you that
I expect to' love you less because
you are a part of me but as far as
outward signs are concerned it may
be hard for you to realize this.
I wish you to know how gladly I
have worked that you and F might
be educated. And, remember, Bill,
there Beems to be something well
planned out In the scheme of things,
whereby, when you were a baby and
unable to conduct your life as you
feel you are able now, I was the one
big. outstanding feature of your ex
istence. Then there comes a time
when all the strength lies in you and
my turn is over I must necessarily
look to you to your love and affec
tion, or else I am frank to confess
that my life Is a failure. Instead of
investing In houses and other provis
ions for my old age I havo put all
my eggs Into one basket my invest
ment has been In futures. Not only
money, but youth and strength nre
Invested and you can give me back
nothing of the last two. Think it
over, hut don't talg with me about
mostly from the five Buddhist col
leges in Tokyo made this an occasion
to .preach the gospel of Buddha and
started an evangelistic campaign,
while the students of the Buddhist
girls' schools were engaged in sell
ing flowers, the proceeds of which
were contributed toward the charity
hospital funds. This set an example
in the way of comemorating Gua
tama's birth. Every year it is ob
served in like manner, and this
year we have the seventh flower
BRENHAM At Eleele Hospital, Ap
ril 4th, 1922, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
J. Brenham, of Port Allen, a boy
STATEMENT OF THE OWNER
SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULA
TION, ETC., REQUIRED BY THE
ACT OF CONGRESS OF AUG
UST, 24, 1912. of tho Garden Is-
- laud, published weekly, at Liliue.
Hawaii, for April 1st, 1922.
Territory of Hawaii,
County of Kauai. ss.
Before, me, a Notary
Public, in and for the State and
County aforesaid, personally appear
ed K. C. Hopper, who, having been
duly sworn according to law, de
poses land says that he is the Man
ager of the Garden Island and that
the following is, to the best of his
knowledge and' belief, a true state
ment of ownership, management
etc., of the aforesaid publication, for
the date shown in the above cap
tion, required by the Act of Aug
ust 24, 1912, embodied in Section
443, Postal Laws and Regulations,
printed on the reverse side of this
form, to-wlt: 1. That the names and
addresses of the publisher, editor,
managing editor, and business man
ager are: Publisher, The Garden Is
land Publishing Co., Ltd., Lihue, Ha
waii; Editor, K. C. Hopper, Lihue;
Managing Editor, K. C. Hopper, Li
hue, Hawaii; Business Manager, K.
C. Hopper, Liliue, Hawaii. 2. That
the owners are: E. A. Knudsen, Ke
kaha; H. D. Sloggett, Lihue, Hawaii;
A. F. Knudsen, Kekaha, Hawaii;
Aubrey Robinson, Makaweli Hawaii;
T. Brandt, Waimea, Hawaii; W. II.
Rice, Lihue, Hawaii; K. C. Hop
per, Lihue, Hawaii; Anna C. Wil
cox, Lihue, Hawaii; F. Gay, Hono
lulu, Hawaii; H. T. Faye, Kekaha,
Hawaii; Est. Hans Isenberg, 'Lihue,
Hawaii; R. P. Spalding, Keiiiia, Ha
waii; Annie S. Knudsen, Kekaha.
Hawaii; Mabel I. Wilcox, Lihue, Ha
waii; Elsie H. Wilcox, Lihue, Ha
wall; C. A. Rice, Lihue, Hawaii; G.
N. Wilcox, Lihue, Kauai. :!. That
the known bondholders, mortgagees,
and other security holders owning
or holding 1 per cent or more of to
tal amount or bonds, mortgages, or
other securities are: None.
K. C. HOPPER. Mgr.
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 31st day of March, 1122.
K. C. AH ANA.
(My commission expires Juno 30, 1922)
Two geese. Inquire at this office,
Near Armory, pair of eyeglasses
Finder please phone Llhuo 453.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ur
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
At Chambers. in Prouaie
In the Matter of the Application
of GEORGE KAHEANA KAIAWE
and KEAHI MAKANANI KAIAWE,
his wife, for leave to adopt
MALU FRANCIS WALKER nnd
KANEHEKILA WALKER, Mi
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
To J. K. WALKER, father of the
above-named minors, Greeting:
You are hereby summoned, to ap
pear on Friday, the 23rd day of June,
1922, at 9:30 o'clock A. M., at the
courtroom of the above entitled
court, in the County Building, In
Lihue, County of Kauai, Territory
of Hawaii, to answer or respond to
an application and petition herein
filed by GEORGE KAHEANA KAIA
WE and KEAHI MAKANANI KAIA
WE, his wife, for leave to adopt
MALU FRANCIS WALKER, and
KANEHEKILA WALKER, your min
And you are hereby notified, that,
you may then and there, at the time
and placa aforesaid, Bhow cause, if
any ytu have, why tho power of said
petition should not be granted nnd
an order be made by said Court de
claring that, from that date, to all
legal intents nnd purposes, such
children are the children of said
petitioners and that their names be
thereby changed to MALU FRANCIS
KANAWE, nnd KANEHEKILA KA
WITNESS the Honorable William
C. Achi, Jr., Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit,
at Lihue, Territory of Hawaii, this
10th day of April, 1922.
(Sgd.) J. C. CULLEN,
(April 11-18-25-May 2-9-lG-23-K'22)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The undersigned, F. E. THOMP
SON, Administrator of the Estate
of TAM WOODS (also known as
Tom Woods or Tom Wood), de
ceased, hereby gives notice to all
persons having claims against the
estate of said Tarn Woods, deceas
ed, to present such claims duly au
thenticated, and with proper vouch
ers or duly authenticated copies
thereof, even though such claims be
secured by mortgage upon real es
tate, to the undersigned at the of
fices of his attorneys, Messrs.
Thompson, Cathart & Ulrtch. S-14
Campbell Block, Honolulu, within
six months from the date hereof,
or such claims will be forever barred.
And all persons indebted to said
Estate are hereby notified to make
immediate settlement with the un
dersigned, Administrator, as afore
said. Dated. Lihue, Kauai, T. IL, April
F. E. THOMPSON,
of the Estate of Tarn
Woods, Deceased. -(April
Notice is hereby given that NO-
BUHIKO NASU, a rice planter of
Waimea, District of Waimea, County
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, has
this day assigned all of his property
to the undersigned for the benefit
of his creditores. All creditors of
the above named Nobuhiko Nasu
and all persons having claims against
him will present same, duly authen
Heated and with proper vouchers, if
any exist, to the undersigned, at
Waimea, Kauai, T. If., aforesaid
within sixty (GO) days from date
hereof, otherwise they will be for
Dated April 5, 1922.
W. O. CROWELL,
for tho Creditors of
BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR 8ALE
The business property of tho M.
S. Tomas Co., at Kapaa, Is for sale
mis porperty, consisting of a lo
75 x 100, a two story store build
ing, a residence and a garage. Is lo
cated on the main business thor
oughfare of Kapaa and at about the
center of the town. For further par
M. S. HENRIQUES
nuaiee sn. r. i omas L'o., I realtors
Two bedroom house on main road
adjoining Wailua river, lately oc
cupied by W. E. Eklund; with
small building for garage and ser
vants quarters. Furnished. $60
month. Apply to Lyle A. Dickey,
lip Top Building. Lihue. M21tf
lboroughbred Rhode Island Red
roosters. Alexander, U. S. Engl
neers, Lihue. tf.
turee Underwood typewriters, but
slightly used. Price right. Phone
.t rrtitn rinrmT f!OTTRT OF TUB
.At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter ot the Estate ot
DIEDRICH KLUSSMANN, Deceased.
Probate No. 866
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All the creditors of Dledrich Kluss
mann, Deceased, are hereby noti
fied to present their claims with
proper vouchers or duly authenticat
ed copies thereof, even if the claim
Is secured by mortgage upon real
estate, to me at my residence In Li
hue, . County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, within six months from the
date of this notice.
All claims not presented within
such time will be forever barred and .
I will not bo authorized to pay
Lihue, Kauai, March 1, 1922.
of the Estate ot Diedrlch
Lyle A. Dickey,
Attorney for Administrator.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Estate ot
ERL1NG E. MAIILUM, Deceased.
Probate No. 767
ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING
PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE OF
ACCOUNT, DETERMINATION OF
TRUST AND DISTRIBUTION OF
ON READING AND FILING the
Petition and Account of BISHOP
TRUST COMPANY, LIMITED, an
Hawaiian Corporation, EXECUTOR
UNDER THE WILL AND OF THE
ESTATE OF ERLING E. MAHLUM,
DECEASED, late ot Waimea, County
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, where
in petitioner shows receipts amount
ing to $1690.42 and disbursements
amounting to $1987.84, and prays
that upon a day appointed for a
hearing of said petition, said ac
count be examined and allowed;
that petitioner be ordered to deliver
over such property as remains to
the persons thereto entitled, and
that petitioner be discharged from
all further responsibility concerning
said estate and be granted all other
IT IS ORDERED, that Friday, the
28th day of April, A. D. 1922, at
9:30 o'clock A. M., in the courtroom
ot this Court, In Llhuo, Kauai, be,
and the same Is, hereby appointed
the time and place for hearing said
petition and account, and that all
persons interested then and there
appear and show cause, It any they
have, why said petition should not
bo granted, and present evidence as
to who are entitled to said property.
Dated the 15th day of March, 1922.
BY THE COURT:
(Sgd.) J. C. CULLEN,
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND 8ALE.
In accordance with powers of sale
contained In two mortgages made
by Joe Romes of Omao, County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, to M. J.
Carvalho of said county, dated re
spectively November 1, 1917, and
September 15, 1919 and recorded In
the Registry of Conveyances In Book
481 on pages 260-252 and In Book
531. on pages 291-293, notice Is here
by given that I, M. J. Carvalho, of
Makaweli, Kauai, the mortgagee
named in said mortgages, Intend to
foreclose said mortgages for condi
tions broken, to-wit: non-payment of
principal due and secured to be
paid by said mortgages.
Notice Is hereby given that the
property conveyed by the said mort
gages will be sold at public auction
at the District Courthouse at Koloa,
in said County of Kauai on Wednes
day the 2Gth day of April, 1922. at
10:00 A. M., by Koloa Plantation
The property to be sold is:
All that land within the Ahupuaa
of Omao, District ot Koloa. County
of Kauai, granted to said Joe Romes
by the Territory ot Hawaii by Land
Patent No. 6478 and known as Lot
15, Registered Map No. 2492, Sixth
Land District, and containing an
area of five and 68-100 acres ex
cepting a right-of-way 40 feet wide
reserved for the Kauai Railroad,
said right of-way containing an area
of 62-100 acre.
With all the improvements thereon.
No aliens, corporations, or per
sons owning more than eighty acres
of land will be accepted as bidders.
Terms: Cash at time of purchase.
Deed at expense of purchaser.
Makawell, Kauai, March 21, 1922.
M. J. CARVALHO,
Lyle A. Dickey,
Attorney for Mortgagee.