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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1922
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETI
TION OF" JINKICHI KAI FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
On consideration o the petition
of JINKICHI KAI, Tor a decroa
changing his namo to JINKICHI
OKADA, nnd thero appearing to me
to be good reasons for grunting the
NOW, THEREFORE, by vlrtuo of
the authority In mo by law vested,
and thereunto enabling, I. W. H. FAR
RINOTON, Governor of tho Terri
tory of Hawaii, do hereby order and
decree that the name of JINKICHI KAI
be and hereby Is changed to JINKI
CHI OKADA, and that a copy of
this decree be published for at least
four consecutive weeks, in "Till.
GARDEN ISLAND," n nowspaper of
general circulation In tho Territory
of Hawaii, published at Lihuo, Ka
mil, in said Territory.
Dated, March lGth, A. D. 1022, at
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
W. R. KARRINGTON.
(Seal) Governor of Hawaii
Tho regular monthly meeting of
the Library Association was new
last Thursday ufternoon with tho
entire membership or the board
Many items of Important business
were disposed of. Tho commltteo on
plans for tho now building mndo a
very satisfactory report as did tho
one on tho location or. mo mtuuing.
Tho chairman on admlnistratoln
and finances reported that shelves
are now installed In tho Moklhana
Club and that tho books from tho
library of Llhuo Union church aro
being moved and catalogod, which
;ogether with tho new books, will
bo ready for distribution in the
Tho following now committees
wero appointed by tho chairman:
Building, Messrs. R. D. Moler, Win.
Henry Rice, and W. N. Stewart
Founders Day, J. M. Lydgate, W. N.
S"towart, Judge Win, Achl, Mrs.
Ralph Wilcox and Mrs. Dorn R. Is
onberg. Tho committee for gathering infor
mation on interior decoration for
the now building Is as follows: Mcs
dames Brandt, Sloggett, Lydgate, Is
onberg and Will Crawford.
Mrs. J. Ashton Hogg, who has
been visiting In Honolulu for tho
past two weeks, returned by tho
Claudlno last Thursday.
Butter Is Concentrated
Supplies tliu body with llio necessary tissue-building
elements. Its most delightful and palatable form is
New Zealand's choicest butter put up for the Ilawaiian
market under the trade name of "MAILE." The
price is low enough1 to allow children to have all
their palates demand and their sys
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MRS. PRATT HAS HOUSE QUE3T
Mrs. R. H. Jones of Honolulu ar
rived on the Klnau Friday morn
ing to bo tho houso guest of Mrs.
J. S. D. Pratt, Jr., of Kilauea. When
sho returns to Honolulu Mrs Pratt
will accompany her, to spend a few
weeks with her mother, Mrs. Kastlo.
MIDGIE KUHNS HAS BIRTHDAY
Miss Midgio Kuhns colobrated her
fifth birthday last Tuesday after
noon with a lovely party for hor lit
tle friends and tholr mothers.
Doing near Eastor, tho Easter note
was carried out to tho delight of
her guests. An Easter egg hunt fur
nlshod much oxcltement and fun
and provided ench llttlo guest with
a nest of brightly colored eggs.
A bo-rlbboncd baby goat, decorat
ed and presented to Mldglo by A.
Moncfogllo proved a great assistance
to tho children In tho egg hunt.
Tho birthday table was beautiful
ly docorated with ferns and vaii
gated trweetpeas, bunnies and East
or eggs. The birthday cako rested in
a bed of ferns and sweotpoas. Re
freshments wero served including a
delicious angel food cake for which
Mrs. Kuhns is famous.
Those who enjoyed Mldglo's party
were Ruth Hngood, Margaret Rums,
Undine Trowbridge, Ida May Grote,
Ruthlo and Harriet Locke, Unice
and Allco Scott, Anna Gladys Stow
art, Dora 'Jane Isonborg and Marjorio
Wood; Mrs. Frank Burns, Mrs. Paul
Isenberg, Mrs. R. Wilcox, Wrs. W.
N. Stowart, Mrs. Nell Locke, Mrs.
A. Menefogllo, Mrs. Justin Smith,
Mrs. Elliot F. Wood, Miss Pepper,
Miss Manning and Miss Dale.
MRS. FRANK JENNINGS GIVES
A very delightful bridge tea was
given by Mrs. Frank Jennings last
Tuesday afternoon. Tho lovely
rooms wero a-bloom with quantities
of Shasta daisies and Mexican creep
ers, very artistically arranged.
The guests wero grouped at five
tables. After a succession of rub
bers, prizes were given to those
holding tho highest scores. Mrs.
Elliot F. Wood was tho proud win
ner of tho first prize, a complete
and dainty violet scented tolet set.
Mrs. W C. Hobby received a beau-
tlful Belgian hand embroidered tray
cloth as second prize, and Mrs.
Frank Burns was consoled with a
dainty hand embroidered dolly.
Mrs. Jennlng's guests .wero Mrs.
J. C. Jamieson, Mrs. R. H. Ilagood,
Mrs. James Corstorphino, Mrs. Frank
Rums, Mrs. C. M. V. Forster, Mrs.
W. C. Hobby, Mrs. W. C. Crawford,
Mrs. J. M. Kuhns, Mrs. Ellott F.
Wood, Mrs. R. D. Moler, Mrs. E. S.
Swan, Mrs. McGregor, Mrs. Ulshop,
Mrs. Justin. Smith, Mrs. W. H. Rico
.In., Mrs. A. Englohard, Miss Lottlo
Jordan, Miss Loo Hardell, M13S Cnr-
rer, Miss Agnes Dunn, Miss Mary
Knight, Miss Alma Darker.
H MRS. ALEXANDER HONORED
Mrs. R. D. Baldwin of Makawoli
gave a very delightful bridge 'tea In
honor of Mrs. F. Alexnndor, who is
leaving soon for n few months vis
it to tho mainland, Several interest
ing rubbers wero played. Mrs. II. N.
Ilrown won first prize for tho high
est score nnd Mrs. Cruckshank was
awarded the consolation prize, then
dol(cious refreshments wero served
and a social chat enjoyed.
Those Invited besides the honor
guest wore Mrs. Guy Rankin, Mrs.
II. N. Drown, Mrs. David D. Cruck
shank, Mrs. W. T. Dunn, Mrs. A. Q.
Marcallino, Mrs. E. L. Damkrogor,
Mrs. Ualswick, Mrs. Morn, Mrs. R.
A. Balestcr, Mrs. Win. Danford, Mrs.
T. Brandt, Mrs. E. G. K. Devorlll,
Mrs. Carmlchael, Mrs. II. II. Brodlo
and Kirs. Bedell
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Mr. and Mrs. Kale! Montgomery
of Llhuo, announce tho engagement
of their daughter, Esther Maemao,
to Mr. James E. Tollos.
A. J. Loomls. income tax agent,
arrived from Honolulu on official
business this morning.
Ernst Glesecke, tho piano expert,
will be on Kauai for the next two
weeks. Arrangements for his ser
vices can be made by telephoning
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Coming on May 2
Josef Schwarz, famous baritone of
the Chicago Grand Opera Co., will
appear in concert ut the Tip Top
theater on May 10th at 8:15. This
is the latest news received by Mrs.
Dora Isenberg, sister of Mrs.
Schwarz. They will arrive in Hono
ludlii on Mny 2, whore Mr. Schwarz
will appear in two concerts.
Mrs. Isenberg announces that the
receipts from the concert will be
divided between tho local Y. V. C.
A. and the Hut Aloha society. Tick
ets for general admission to tho con
cert will bo out In a short time,
while reserved seats can bo arrang
ed at tho Llhuo Store.
The people of Kauai aro very for
tunate In bolng able to hear a sing
er of the ability nnd renown of
Josef -Schwarz, whoso concerts in
the principal cities of the mainland
aro being attended by thousands of
music loving people.
in Los Angeles last Thursday ho
appeared in concert and his volco
was carried to all parts of the state
by the uso of tho radio phone.
Scores Success in Snn Francisco
His appearance recently In San
Francisco brought forth the follow
ing comment by Ray C. Brown, tho
well known music critic:
Josef Schwarz, tho Russian bari
tone, who made his memorable Am
erican operatic debut hero in "Re
goletto" a year ago, was welcomed
In the samo character last evening
in tho Civic Auditorium at tho third
performance of tho Chicago Opera
association's season. San Francis
cans do not forget artists whom thoy
have once acclaimed, and tho demon
stration accorded the singer was
evidences that the memories of his
triumph are still fresh, and unfaded.
It was an enthusiastic house and
tho curtain , calls voro many.
Master of Technique
Schwarz has a voice that arrests
attention by its vorllo und resonant
timbre and by. a tonal shading ex
ceptional when found in combination
with a strength that is almost rug-
god. There is lyric sweetness In his
pianissimo tones, and his mezzo
voice is warm and supple, while his
full and open tones aro sonorous.
His technical skill bIiows mastery,
though last night his breath control
was at fault sometimes with result
ing uncvonnosa in tho flow of tone.
His singing In the second act
showed him at his best in the alter
nations of emotional expression. The
fine colors of his voice came out
clearly In the passages of tenderness
and his artistry in phrasing was in
constant display. In the acting of
the role "with an energy and pas
opinion that a more gripping imper
sonation of tho jester has not been
seen hero. He absorbs himself in
the role with an energy and pasl
sion that compel admiration. Be
juuho of Its repulsive traits the char
acter is difficult one to make ap
pealing, but Schwarz succeeded in
arousing sympathy for the deformed
mountebank by the intensity with
which lie simulated suffering.
F. S. Scudder, field secretary and
uiporintendont of .the Japanese de
partment of the Hawaiian Board
of Missions, arrived this morning to
be present nt tho meeting of tho
LlHUE CHURCH HELD
Willi a record sized congregation,
filling the main uuultorlum und ov
ertiowing into tho Sunday school
rooms, the Llhuo Union church held
its annunl Easter service last Sun
day morning and so concluded its
Lenten services that It has conduct
ed for tho past six weeks.
The church, beautifully docoratod
by Mrs. V. N. Stownrt, afforded an
ideal background for an Easter ser
vice. Tho music was especially good.f)
an anthem by tho choir and a solo
by Mrs. Rogers adding much to tho
Following a brief sermon by Rov.
Bayles's on the significance of East
er, seven now members wero wel
comed into the fellowship of tho
church. Tho regular quarterly com
munlon service concluded tho exor
cises. A special offering was collectod
at tho Sunday school nnd church
services for tho maintenance ot a
missionary and his wife ut tho Din
digul mission in India. A total of
about ?100 was received.
The Lenten services which tho
church has conducted has taken
various forms. Tho Sunday evening
missionary program waB a part of
it. Talks wero given by Rev. J. M.
Lydgate on Japan, by Nell Locko on
Africa, and by Royal G. Hall on
China. Theso services were well
needed and much' appreciated by
members of the congregation.
Special Lenten services havo also
boon held In afternoons and ovon
lugs nt tho church.
LIHUE SCHOOL UNITS
SOON TO BE STARTED
Robert F. Mlilillntmi. Mm ,,,
engineer, Is preparing to call for
uma lor muioriai anu labor for tho
new Llhuo school classrooms which
will bo built dlrontlv
administration building now bolng
There will bo olght units of three
rooms each and they will bo built
with four on each side. They will
form a "V" with Mm mlmlnlr.fi-silnn
building at the apex, of the "V"
When woik 1h Klnrioil fin tlttu
building the county of Kauai will
imvu iour now scuooi buildings un
der the course of construction. The
schools under construction aro Ma
kawell which Is nearly completed,
nanamaulu, and Kilauea.
Tlin Tntnnn " ... T T 1 1
ed at Port Allen from San Francisco
anil L,os Angeles with 1400 tons of
freight, one of the biggest shipments
in that nnrt fnr nulla n wlillu aha
will load sugar when sho has com
pleted unloading her cargo and will
depart for Kanlpali, Maul, probably
CARD OF THANKS
The family of tho late Friederlch
Schumacher desire to express their
thanks to those who attended tho
funeral and for tho many beautiful
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SCRIBNER At Llhue, Sunday, Ap-
prn iu, 1322, to Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. Scrlbner, a daughter Sybil
KAMAIOPILI In Honolulu, April 9,
1022, to Mr. and Mrs. David K. Ka
maioplll, of Port Allen, Kauai, a
daughter Helen Kaleilehuaamemo-le.
SCHUMACHER In Llhuo, Sunday,
April 10th, 1912, Friederlch Schu
mncher, widower, native of Han
over, Germany, 54 years old. Bur
ied yesterday In German cemetery
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