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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 18. NO. 34.
LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1922
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Campaign for Delegate
To Open Here Friday
NORMAN K. LYMAN TO CANVAS
KAUAI FOR REPUBLICAN
Matters political aro beginning to
open up on Kauai and tho candidates
aro beginning to settle down to the
grind of campaigning.
Interest is centering on tho cam
paign for delegate to congress thru
the announcement that Norman K.
Lyman, caridlduto for tho Republican
nomination will fire the opening gun
in the campaign when he arrives on
Friday morning. Lyman's campaign
on Kauai Is being mannged by John
Kealoha and John Hoopale. No ad
vonco notices of the when and
where ho will hold his meetings
has yet arrived.
John Hoopale has come out with
tho announcement that ho will bo
a candidates for the house to suc
ceed himself. Hoopalo also arrives on
Friday mori'ing, having been in Ho
nolulu assisting in tho Lyman cam
paign. According to the latest advices,
S. W. Meheula, deputy county clerk
has withdrawn from tho race for the
house and Jim Werner, road luna
In tho Kawalhau district will run
in his place.
Mrs. Sam Kelllnol has announced
that she will be a candidate for the
house and Is busy soliciting votes
for the .nomination, Mrs. Kelllnol Is
depending a great deal upon the
women's vote and also hopes to poll
considerable strength from the ha
oles. According to reports, the en
trance of Mrs. Kelllnol In tho race
is not causing much joy among the
Thero has been very little devel
opments In tho race for tho senate,
between Senator nice and N. K.
Hoopll. It Is a little early for any
predictions as to strength of either
candidate but reports state that
Senator Rice Is not figuring Honpii
lightly as an opponent.
Only two Democrats have an
nounced their Intention of being can
didates for the house, S. E. Lucas,
a Kapaa homesteader, and Joseph
Scharsch, also of Kapaa, being the
only men in tho race.
BEGINS TO TAKE
Partial announcements of tho Am
erican Legion's vaudeville show pro
gram indicates that it will no djnibt
bo one of the best yet attempted on
Tho head-lino act, according to tho
committee in charge will bo a one
act play in which tho eternal tri
angle is handled in a new and nov
el manner. Tho play was first pre
sented at tho Lambs Club gambols
this spring and mado tho biggest
hit of tho evening. It is from tho
pen of Eugene O'Nell, whose play,
"Anna Christie," was given the Pul
itzer prize for tho best play of tho
1921-22 season. Special arrange
ments were made thru tho Ameri
can Legion headquarters to allow
tho play to bo given by Legion
A mind reading act in which a
member of the local post displays
unusual psychic powers will be a
featuro of tho program. Although
psychic in ability to read minds
tho post does not make the usual
claim in tho ability of" tho perform
er to foretell tho future and there
will be no pretense In this matter.
Adrian Englehard and Jack Hor
ner will present a little comedy
with Englehard singing a number
of coon songs in his inimitable style
while Jack will make music on the
piano. A new number similar to
his famous "Moonshine on tho
Moonshine," will be one of tho
fcuturcs of tho act.
. Several other numbers among
which will bo a pair of unusual acro
bats, talent which has long been
hidden In tho post, and several other
special numbers will be announced
at a later date.
Dan Conway, veteran salesman of
tho American Factors, arrived last
Wednesday on ono of his periodical
business trips to Kauai.
C. E. Mayne, local manager for tho
von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd., return
ed from Honolulu last Wednesday
morning after a short trip to town.
Mrs. K, C, Hopper and Kenneth
Hopper Jr., returned on Wednesday
from at wo weeks visit to Honolulu.
Mrs, Joseph McKecknie, who for
merly lived on Kauai, Is visiting Mr.
nnrt Mrs. William Kruso of Kokaha.
Mrs. W. P. Cannon, of Wahnca,
who has been in Honolulu taking
teachers' examinations, returned on
the Kinau last Wednesday.
Mrs. Elliott Wood, of Llhlio, who
has been spending tho past six
weeks In Honolulu, returned on tho
Kinau last Wednesday morning,
Rev. Ralph W. Bayless returned
from Honolulu Friday and reports
that Mrs. Bayless Is recovering rap
Idly. G. N. Wilcox departed for Hono
lulu last Saturday afternoon to at
tend the dedication ceremonies of
the new $300,000 Salvation Army
home for boys at Kaimuki, of which
he was tho donor.
Dr. T. L. Morgan of Llhuo, return
ed last Wednesday morning from
Honolulu where he wont to meet
his sister, Miss Ada Morgan, who
arrived from tho mainland on the
Matsonia. Miss Morgan will teach
at tho Kauai high school this year.
Eric Knudsen returned from Ho
nolulu Friday last. Mrs. Knudsen and
children departed for the mainland
on tho Wllhelmlna last Wednesday
and will make their future home In
Los Ai'gelos, where tho children will
attend a private school.
H. D. Graham, of tho Insurance do
partmont of the Trent Trust com
pany, Is on tho island combining
pleasure with business. Mr. Graham
Just recently returned from n tour
of the Pacific coast and states that
business conditions aro very bad
there, especially so around Seattle.
TO LECTURE ON KAUAI
Dr. M. T. Klrby, who is connected
with the Buddhist mission in Hono
lulu will hold a lecture lour of Ka
uai beginning next Wednesday ev
ening. Dr. Klrby is an interesting figure
in that ho was born in England and
was ordained a Catholic priest. Ho
was sent by his order to Vancouver,
II. C. and It was hero that he became
Interested in Buddhism and was con
verted to that religion.
Ho went from Vancouver to Kara
mura, Japan where ho studied un
der Shaku Souen, tho famous Budd
hist priest 'and scholar. After this
period of study he returned to the
Pacific coast whoro ho was in
chargo of tho Buddhist missionary
work for that rqllglon. Last October
he arrived in Honolulu and slnco
that timo ho has been connected
with tho local mission.
Dr. Klrby will open his lectures at
Makawoll on Wednesday evening,
August 23 and will also speak at tho
Eleolo Buddhist church, August
24, at 7 p. m.
Koloa Buddhist church, August 25,
at 7 p. m.
Waimea Buddhist church, August
2G, at 7 p. m.
Llhuo Buddhist church, August 27,
at 2 p. m.
Kealla Buddhist church, August 28
at 7 p. m.
Kapaia Buddhist church, August
29, at 7:30 p. m.
On Tuesday evening, August 29,
at the Kapaia Japanese school, Dr.
Kirby will deliver a lecture, tho
subject of which will bo "Tho Psy
chology of Sleep."
Tho public is cordially invited to
hear Dr. Klrby's address at the
school and as he has a wido repu
tation as a scholar, his handling of
this timely subject should bo Inter
esting. LIHUE UNION CHURCH
For tho next threo weeks this
church will conduct Its services
Sunday ovenings at 7:30. Next
Sunday tho pastor will review
tho great religious controversy
which Is now taking placo thru
out tho states, between tho "Fun
damentalists" and tho "Mod
ernists." All Interested will find
a welcome at tlh service.
RALPH W. BAYLESS,
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
ANNUAL BANQUET MEETING
Year Closing One of Most Important
In History of Local Chamber
Much Good Work Done
Tho annual meeting and banquet
session of the Kauai Chamber of
Commerce held In the ten garden of
tho Tip Top Cafe, last Thursday ev
ening, was exceptionally well at
tended In spite of tho fact that tho
American Legion was also holding
a meeting at tho county building.
The table, running tho full length
of the garden and across one end,
was filled to capacity by members
from every part of tho island. It
was a representative group of Ka
uai citizens gathered together on
this special occasion to do honor to
the retiring officers, II. D. Wishard,
president, and John H. MIdkiff, sec
retary, who have for the past year
eo ably conducted the affairs of
The dinner, prepared by mine
host, Ota, was an excellent ono and
went very far toward' making the
evening the success that it was.
New Officers Elected
After the minutes of tho previous
meeting had been read and approv
ed, Mr. Wishard called for tho re
port of the nominating committee.
L. D. Larsen, acting for Th. Brandt,
chairman of the committee, recom
mended the following officers to be
elected to serve for tho following
II. D. .Sloggett, president.
. A. Mcnefoglio, vice-president.
K. C. Hopper, secretary.
J. I. Sllva, treasurer.
The report of tho committee was
accepted and the secretary was di
rected to cast a ballot electing the
In tho absence of President-elect
Sloggett, who is on the mainland,
E. II. W. Broadbent thanked the
members for Mr. Sloggett for the
honor they conferred upon him.
The President's Report
Mr. Wishard then presented tho
following report of the activities of
the chancer during tho pa3t year:
In conformity with tho usual cus
tom for your retiring president to
present a review of tho work of tho
chamber for the year now closing
I beg to submit tho following:
Our chamber has held Its regular
, meotlngs and In addition has held
j special meetings on November 17
of last year and on January C, and
May 19 of this year. The timo of
holding our regular meetings has
been changed during the year from
AMERICAN LEGION POST
HOLDS REGULAR MEETING
Kauai post of tho American Le
gion hold its regular monthly meet
ing nt tho county building last
Thursday evening. Eleven delegates
to tho department convention wero
elected by tho post. Those who
wero olected are Adrian Englehard,
Philip Rice, Dr. Rufus Hagood, C. L.
Lane, C. J. Fern, James Corstorphino,
Albert Horner Jr., Lester Alexan
der, Henry Akl, Ben Henderson and
T. E. Longstreth.
Dr. Hagood was endorsed by the
post for a delegate to tho national
convention at New Orleans.
Tho post endorsed several resolu
tions that wero prosented to them
for consideration, among them a re
solution proposing an amendment to
tho Shepherd-Townley educational
bill to Include Hawaii and similar
amendments to other bills.
Ben Henderson was nominated for
territorial vice commander by tho
post while George Raymond was
nominated for tho territorial execu
Tho post voted to hold Its third
annual Armistlco Day celebration
and Dr. T. L. Morgan was appointed
M. G. Santos, Wallua homesteader,
returned Wednesday morning from
Honolulu, where ho has been attend
ing summer school. Mr. Santos also
took a course In ngrlculturo at the
University of Hawaii,
afternoon to evening and. so far. with
Among the activities of tho cham
ber and Its commltee may be men
tioned Invitations to visit Kauai,
which have been Issued to tho
world's press congress held In Ho
nolulu last year and to the Los An
geles Chamber of Commerce which
Is expected to bo In Honolulu next
A suitable celebration of tho com
mencement of work on the NawllI
will harbor project was held in
which tho chamber was assisted by
tho U. S. Engineers, the ladles of
Llhuo and vlcnlty who made our
banquet such a success and by many
distinguished army and governmen
tal officials who contributed so much
to the evening's entertainment with
Tho following donations by your
chamber havo been noted:
Y. M. C. A. Thrift campaign, $50;
American Legion for remodeling tho
armory In Llhuo $175; Kauai Athletic
School League a trophy cup to cost
not to exceed $20.
Also bog to note that the follow
ing measures have been considered
and appropriate action taken i
Wharf ago Tolls; Proposed Congres
sional legislation for more labor for
ouy -Industries; Proposed and' needed
tax legislation for tho consideration
of which a committee has been ap
pointed; Proposed transfer of the
regulation of certain of our public
utilities from tho jurisdiction of the
Inter-State Commerce Commission to
tho jurisdiction of our local Public
Efforts have been mado to improve
our mail and passenger service to
Honolulu nnd wliilo wo havo not
been able to achieve our main con
tention that Kauai should have a
mail and passenger boat leaving Ka
uai Tuesday evenings wo havo suc
ceeded In having tho Kinau leave
Nawiliwili Saturdays thereby better
serving tho needs of the whole is
land. Twenty-seven New Members
Twcnty-soven now members have
been elected to membership and a
rule has been adopted that boforo a
person Is proposed for membership
(1'outlnued on Pago Eight)
Jack Hansen was awarded tho
contract for tho construction of the
now teachers' cottage at tho Kauai
high school with n bid of $1190,
whllo tho contract for tho material
was awarded to Kauai .Railway for
the sum of $2945.
This cottage Is being erected to
be occupied by L. R. Jackson, who
will bo In chargo of tho vocational
training department thnt will be
opened by tho school this year.
The Women's Auxiliary of tho
American Legion met last Saturday
afternoon and elected nine delegates
to tho department convention which
will bo held in Honolulu on Septem
ber 12 and 13. Tho delegates elect
ed aro Miss Lydla Bodero, Mrs. J.
B. Corstorphlne. Mrs. R. H. Hagood,
Jr., Mrs. C. B. Hofgaard, Mrs. A.
Homer Jr., Mrs. W. F. Homer, Mrs.
T. L. Morgan, Mrs. P. L. Rico and
Mrs. J. M. Scnni.
Six alternates wero elected by tho
auxiliary, who wero Mrs. Elwyn Liv
es', Miss Emma Luko, Mrs, Adrian
Englehard, Mrs. Win. Hyde Rice,
Mrs. Justin Smith and Mrs. Ralph
Mr. and Mrs. Waialeale and fanv
Ily returned from town this morn'
' GOES TO JAPAN
Dr. K. Yanaglhara left Wednesday
for a trip to Japan, He will be
away about three months, during
which time ho expects to take a
post graduate course In medicine at
Toklo University, returning to re
sumo his local prurll!3 aboiit De
cember. KAPAA POLITICIANS SHY
Local aspirants for seats in the
legislature are rather reluctant about
announcing themselves, pre'.ir.-las to
await developments. Those who 'jave
signified their Intention of entering
the race include Dr. S. Y. Chang,
Isaac Kalu, N. K. Hoopll and Jos
eph Scharsch. Others who may
join the race Include Joseph Jlodrl-
gues, John Hano, Henry Akl, M, S.
Henrlques, Sam Kaal.u, and M. R.
Aguiar Jr. There may bo still more,
as dark horses from Kawalhau are
THEY ENJOYED THE
DELIGHTS OF KOKEE
A party of young people from Ke
alla and Kapaa, returned Sunday
morning from Kokee, where a. week
was spent. All of thorn saw the
Waimea canyon and Its grandeur
for the first time and report that
the rather cold atmosphere up there
is Just the thing to como in con
tact with if a short vacation Is de
sired. Those who made the trip
include Mr. and Mrs. S. Takata, Mr.
and Mrs. Matsurra, Mrs. Fukushlma,
Mrs. Sarajl, E. Yamaura and K. ar.d
DOI BREAKS A r!b
Daljtro T)ol, surveyor with the Ma
kce Sugar company, and center-
fielder of tho Makee baseball team,
met with a rather painful accident
nt Kcalia last week, a fall from his
doorstops resulting In a fractured
rib. He is still confined to his
home and will probably bo unablo to
aid his team in their fight for the
Tho local Mormon church gave e
concert nnd danco on Saturday ev
ening. Both wero well attended.
Miss Daisy Ilee, member of the
Kapaa scliool faculty, accompanied
by her nephew, left fov the orient
via Honolulu last week. SUe goes
tn China to loin her mother, who
b ft here two years ago.
Joaquin Souza, assistant manager
of Kealla store. Bon Lizaina, assist
ant engineer for the Makoo Sugar
company's mill, and Ernest Mlad
Illicit, also of Kealla mill, returned
Inst Tuesday morning from seven
weeks tour of the mainland. Mrs
l.lz.nna accompanied her husband.
It was Joaquin's and Earnest's first
lrin to tho mainland. Mr. Lizama
mado tho trip some thirty years ago
Tho tour was made by tho way of
Vlctorlo, Seattlo and San Francisco
and they took 'In everything en
routo nnd they all roport a wonder
Joaquin Is a, veteran employeo of
tho Makee Sugar company, as ho
Is now rounding out his thirty-sixth
year with that company. Joaquin
says that Ben Is only one of tho
youngsters with tho company as he
has only twenty-eight years of con
secutlve Bcrvlco to his credit.
"Wanted, a Maid," a farce comedy
by the Brothers and Sisters Club of
Kapaa will be given at tho Japan
eso theater this Wednesday evening,
Mine. Rente, who Is directing tho
play, has promised to outdo her first
nerformance given last week. Tho
cast will bo tho same as tho first
Henry Akl, Antono Fernandez and
J, Scharsch wero hosts at an elabor
aet Chineso chop suey dinner on
Sunday evening at tho Yuen Keo
Cafo In honor of tho Makoo players.
About 30 persons, including all the
members of tho Makoo team, wero
present and celebrated In fitting
Miss Inn Annette, in tho insuranca
department of tho Hawaiian Trust
company, Honolulu, camo over on
tho Kinau last Wednesday morning
and Is touring tho island in tho in
terest of her company.
To Sing On Kauai
FAMOUS JAPANESE SONGBIRD
WILL GIVE TWO
M a d n m o Miura,
fft 1110 world famous
fJlBr'Pk prima donna, will
ffC CI'' bo heard in two
K-; W. concerts on Kauai,
05S4f4 ' 1,10 flrst 1,olB t
i- the Llhuo Memorial
Parish house, on tho
evening of Saturdoy, September 2nd,
and the other at the Makawell Com
munity House on Monday evening,
Kauai music lovers aro fortunate
In being nblo to hear Madame Miura
and thero is no doubt there will bo
a large turnout nt her two con
certs. Madame Mlura's reputation as
a singer is International and her
reputation has not been won thru
the novelty of her being Japanese
but on tho true merits of her voice.
As Madame Butterfly in Puccini's
tragic opera she is incomparable and
in this role she surpasses nil her
contemporaries for she seems to bo
able to live the part of the pitiful
little Clio Cho San.
Her program for tho Llliue con
cert will include several numbers
in English, French, Italian and Ger
man ns well as a few numbers In
Japanese. The following is tho pro
gram. Part I.
1. Canzone Do An.golli (in Italian....
2. (a) Auvro Tos Veus Bleus (in
(b) Serenade (In Japanese) Qunod
3. Standchen (Serenade In, German)
1. Eru Dl Maggio; Dlllo Tu Rosa
(in Italian) Aldo Franchctti
Paci Paclo (In Japanese) lately com
posed by Mmo. Mlrua.
5. Chanson Dos Clgalcs (In French) ,
G. (a) Go to Sleep (In English) Scott
(b) Sunshine (American Folk Song
7. Kuril Ka Kuril .Kr (Japaneso Song)
Klnnia Monla (Japanese Song)
S.Un Bel Dl Vedremo (from Mad-
amo Butterfly) Puccini
BAGGOTT PARTY RETURNS
FROM THEIR KOKEE TRIP
C. A. Baggott and his sister, Miss
Helen Baggott returned yesterday
after spending tho past two weeks
at Kokoe. Bill Balthls spent tho week
end with them nt their mauka houso.
Bill's week ends aro from Wednes
day morning to Monday afternoon.
Bill reports that ho got a pig and
nlso was attacked by a man-callng
snipe, which was driven off after
a great battle.
LIHUE COURT BUSY
Tho Llhuo district court had a
busy week with misdcincnnor cases
and violations of tho prohibition act.
Two cases brought to court by pro
hibition enforcement officer, J. F.
Bottencourt Ur. wero tried by Judge
HJorth nnd fined $50 each. Both
cases wero from Alpo, in tho Koloa
B. A. Sutter of Honolulu was ar
rested for heedless driving and cut
ting tho Llhuo corner but failed to
show up In court nnd forfeited his
Bcnacio Valentin of Makawell was
picked up by the Llhuo police for
carrying passengers without n li
cense and was fined $25 and costs.
Felix Volasco was charged with a
statutory offense and was convicted
and fined $30 nnd costs.
Walter Schumacher was arrested
for assault and battery on his wife,
Sunday, and was sentenced to 30
days in tho county Jail by Judgo
HJorth. Schumacher was on a 13
months suspended sentence for dis
turbing tho peace at tho Tip Top
theater about two months ago.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
H, D. Sloggett is now a firm be
liever in advertising. .Mr. Sloggott
lost a valuablo pigeon a fow days
ago and did not havo much hopes
of over seeing It again. Ho put a
llttlo flvo lino lost notlco in tho
classified columns of tho Garden
Island with tho' result that tho fol
lowing day his bird was returned