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"ESTABLISHED '104. VOL 18., NO. 41.
UHUE, KAUAI. TERRITORY- OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1922
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Armistice Day Plans
Horse Racing and Cowboy Sporti
Will Again be Features of
STEER TYING TO BE REPEATED
Free Transportation to Walpoull
Will be Provided "to the
Complete plans for tho American
Legion's Armlstlco Day . celebration
wero announced last week by Dr.
T. L. Morgan, general chairman for
tho day. It is the ilan of the Le
gion to follow along the same llno.i
us the celebration last year. Horso
racing, cowboy sports and steer
tying to be the main features of
According to. tho advance dopo
the big races of the day will be
a; mile raco and a three-quarter
mile race. It is rumored that Bridge
player and her former stable mate
Gold Brian will oppose each other
' in these two classics. The rumor
states that Honolulu men are back'
ing Gold Brian to take the measuro
of Fernandez' mare in these races.
' These two races alone are enough
to cause nll lovers of tho sport of
kings to travel a long way to tako
The cowboy sports that caused
bo much amusement last year will
again be repeated, but there is u
movement on toot among local plan
tation boys to limit the mounts of
tho cowboy horses. This would bar
the Waipoull team 'which has al
ways used polo ponies In these cv
ents." Whether -or not this regula
tlon will go thA is difficult to say.
The steer tying is causing unusual
interest and all' the cowboys aru
out to take the championship away
from Hanalel this year- Princevlllu
took'' 'first' and second places last
year and they are out to maintain
their supremacy. Last year the en
tries were limited to six men but
the Interest has growu so much
that the Legion is forced to increaso
the number' of entries this year to'
at least eight. Last years' entries
included' Kainlpau, who won tho
championship with tho time of 37
seconds flat. William Lindsay, who
took second' place, William Purdy,
who captured third prize; Charllo
Huddy, the Makeo entry,- John Ma
Una tho Lihue entry, and William
Kapahu Llli, who represented Ke
kaha. There is no doubt that every
one'' of these men will bo entered
this year, and at least two new
entries are expected.
Entries for tho atoer tying and
cowboy team events are now open
atd will be received by C. A. Bag
gott who is in charge of these two
events. The entry fee for the steer
. tying will be $25, while the fees
for the cowboy sports will be $5
per- man. It is essential that all
teams that are planning to enter
get in touch with Mr. Baggott as
soon as possible so that ho can
plan the heats, etc., in the different
J. M. LYDGATE GOING TO
HONOLULU FOR TREATMENT
J. M. Lydgate, who has been
seriously ill for the past month, is
leaving for Honolulu 'tomorrow ev
ening where ho will tako treatment.
He will bo accompanied by Mrs.
Lydgato and tholr eldest son, Mor
Martin J. Curran of tho San Fran
cisco office of the American Factors,
is making a combined business and
pleasure trip to Kauai. He is tho
guest of C. A. Baggott.
GOLDEN WEDDING 4
On Tuesday, October 7, Mr.
f and Mrs. William Hyde Itlco
will celebrate tho fiftieth an-
nlversary oC their marriage, f
and will be at homo to all
their friends at "Halonanl," on 4
that day from 4 to 8 o'clock.
No cards will be sent out,
but a cordial Invitation Is ex-
4 tended to dll their friends to
Join in celeb'ratlng this happy.
The family of Dr. S. Y. Chang, lo
cal dentist, was increased fully ono
hundred per cent last Tuesday af
tiiftinnti Tho Dlnrlr nrpaontpil Mm.
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uiiuug Willi iwiiib mm unji uuni I
girls, and the doctor has been busy
tho past week .passing double shares
of cigars around. The twins have
been christened Katherino and Kath
leen. Democrats, Republicans and oth
ers held a Joint meeting horo last
Friday evening to make a final ef
fort to vconvince tho voters of
their qualifications for the jobs they
are seeking. Among tho speakers
were M. O. Santos, S. E. Lucas, J.'
Hoopale, M. 11. Aguiar Jr., James
Werner, M. S. Henriques, J. Manoa,
K. Waiwalole, Sam Knahu, John Ke-
aloha and J Scharsch Jr.
Antone Souza, homesteader, had
the misfortune of having tho wind
shield fit his Dodgo car smashed
Just before the Makee-Makaweu
game Sunday. Yoshida, during
batting practice, drove a long fly
straight for the car in left field.
Mrs. Souza, who was in the front
seat, received several bad cuts on
her face by the flying glass.
Prohibition Officer J. Bettencourt
Jr. reports tho discovery last week
of a still, 50 gallons of mash, an
empty barrel and a bottle of oke
at Walmea valley, ' tho alleged of
fender, who gave his name as Ah
Tim, being fined tho usual rate of
$100 and costs
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woi'g were
hosts at a dinner last Sunday ev
ening given in honor of Arthur's
father, Wong Feart, in celebration
of the latter 59th birthday. About
25 guests attended and all reported
a good time.
Sunny K. Hung, mechanical dent
ist' and "sports writer o'f the Hono
lulu Advertiser, with- Kenneth Mau
of tho Home Insurance Co. of Ha
waii, are paying their respects to
Dr. Chang. They arrived Just in
time to share In the passing of the
Miss Bernice Hundley, supervis
ing principal- of Kauai high school,
departed last Saturday on tho Ki
nau for Maul via Honolulu. She
goes on official business in connec
tion with tho Maul Fair which is to
be held this week, having been se
lected as ono of tho Judges of all
tho school exhibits at the fair. She
expects to return next Wednesday.
An analysis .of tho votes cast in
this district last Saturday shows
that out of a total of 385 votes cast
for four delegates, Lyman received
54 per cent. Out of the 402 votes
cast for senator, nice received 48
per cent; and of tho 13C3 votes
for representatives on the Repub
lican ticket, Kawalhau i candidates
were favored with 57 per cent. Ly
man's strength In this district was
apparent before ' 4ho election, but
that ho would poll more votes than
all the other candidates combined,
and beat Wise two to one, was not
expected. Charles Wee was expect
ed to beat Kahuu. Kalu as predicted,
lead the Kawalhau candidates for
representative and. tho other finish
ed as predicted, except that Young
showed juore strength than Meheu
la, getting second place.
Dr. Tai Heo Dang, a graduate of
Northwestern University, Chicago, is
visiting Dr. and Mrs. S. Y. Chang.
Dr. Dang is a Hanapepe boy and
is one of tho proteges of H. H.
Brodie, principal of Hanapepe
school. He graduated In 1921, but
has been serving as an instructor
at tho dental clinic oftho university
returning to Honolulu last month.
He expects to go to Honolulu short
ly to practice his chosen profession.
C. K.' Chlng, representative of tho
Consolidated Amusemont Co., film
service, arrived this morning to
confor with tho managers of tho
different amusemont houses of Ka
uai. RUMMAGE SALE
The Mokihana Club will hold its
annual rummage Bale on Saturdayrl
October 14, In the Lihue teachers'
TO CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING
Mr. and Mrs. William Hydo nice
are celebrating tho 50th annlver-
taarv of their marrlaco with an
old tlmo Hawaiian luau, on Tues
day, October 17th, from 4 to 8 o'
clock. Although no special Invitations
are being sent out, Mr. and Mrs.
Rico hope that all their friends
will bo there to help celebrate tho
happy occasion. It -is a remarkably
unique event, and ono of Interest
all over tho islands.
'Mr. and Mrs. nice have spent the
whole of their married life on Kauai,
always making their homo at Hale
Nanlj where their hospitality has
been a bcautul feature of the is
land life. The Interests and welfare
of Kauai have always been foremost
In their hearts and they have al-
iways been particularly Interested in
all that pertained to the better
ment of their Hawaiian friends.
INTENSIVE WORK IS CARRIED
TO ALL PARTS OF THE
nev. Geo. H. D.oKay will leave
tomorrow night for Honolulu after
a campaign of education and pub
licity concerning tho prohibition law
which pretty completely coveied the
Island and which sounds quite like
a lTtrenuou8 one, as given to tho
Garden Island by nev. n. W. Bay
less who, with Rev..n. G. Hall of
Koloa, was responsible for bringing
Mr. DeKay to Kauai.
Just before leaving, Mr. tteKay
said that he never found so com
pletely planned and intenslve( not
to say extenslvo) a program arrang
ed for him anywhere.
Beginning within two hours after
ho landed at Nawillwlll and con
tinuing until Tuesday night ho was
kept busy. During this time he has
spoken in all thirty-nino times to
more than 3,500 people, old and
young. Ho lids given 19 school
talks to over 2,350 pupils In seven
teen schools, to mora than 500
children in Sunday schools, and has
held meetings in churches and be
fore various bodies of representa
tive peoplo of tho Island.
Several metlngs wcro held with
plantation laborers at which he met
and talked with leaders of the Jap-,
ancse and Filipino laborers, speak'
Ing thru interpreters. Several thou
sand .leaflets printed in Japanese
were distributed, and several art!
cles published In tho Japanese
One meeting was held with tho
Welfare Association at which ho
gave statistics which will be found
The meeting at tho Tip Top the
nter on Monday night at which Dr.
DeKay answered a number of ques
tions put to him was marked by a
frankness and sanity of statement
and evident knowledge of facts
which Impressed all who heard htm
The closing meeting will bo held
tonlcht when Mr. DeKay is tho
guest of the Buddhist and ConfuC'
lonlst priests and Christian minis.
ters at a meeting in Walmea and
at which he will discuss prohibition
as ono of tho causes in which all
may unito who 'love their fellows
and seek their good.
Mr. DeKay expressed his appreel
atlon of tho courtesy of tho entire
press of Kauai In tho publicity glV'
en in advance to his visit, and while
on the island.
"Tho press and tho preachers havo
made posslblo a campaign which
otherwise could not havo been
made," ho said.
TO BE REM ACAD AMIZED
LATE THIS MONTH
Work on tho romncadamblng of
tho Kekaha-Waimea road is expect
ed to begin this month according
to information received from the
county engineer's offlco. About i00
yards of rock have been bro'ten for
tho crusher and tho crusher is ex
pected to start operation the latter
part of this mouth.
William Hyde nice and Miss Mary
Waterhouso were married in Honolu
lu on October 17, 1872, by the nov.
Mr. Damon. Of their wedding party
of four, tho two bridesmaids, and
ono of the groomsmen will be with
them next Tuesday: Mrs. C. M.
Cooke Sr., who was Miss 'Anna nice,
and Mrs. Rice's brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. William Water
house. Mrs. Waterhouso was at' the
time Miss Liiha Smith. Tho other
groomsman was tho late Luther
Although 'many happy and memor
able events have been celebrated
at Hale Nanl durirg the past fifty
years, the celebration next Tuesday
will be the happiest and most mem
orable of all. The aloha and warm
congratulations of their numerous
friends all over the territory will
be extended to Mr. and Mrs. nica
on this occasion.
Ready to Present
THRILLS, LAUGHTER, SUSPENSE
TO FEATURE THEIR FIRST
The American Legion Is well set
to present Its big vaudeville show-
it the Tip Top next Saturday even
ing and they predict that it will
be the biggest affair of Its kind
ever presented on Kauai.
The original plan of the show
called for eight acts but owing to
an accident that happened to one
of the principals in a dancing num
her it was necessary to cut this
and tho Legion did not care to
make a substitution at such a late
date so that tho show will be mado
up of soven numbers Instead of the
eight originally planned. It may be
that another act will be added if
the Legion's plans work out, but
owing to the doubt In tho matter tho
Legion is only advertising seven
John Midklff, supported by an
excellent cast will present the fam
ous satlro on automoblling, "Motor
ing." This act alono Is worth tho
price of admission and tho audi
ence Is guaranteed ono long laugh
by tho foolishness in this act.
On tho more sorious side of
the program the Legion is present
Ing Madame X, whoso power of
telepathy are bound to mystify all
those who will witness her presen
tation of her unusual gift. Tho buc
cess of Madamo X's performance
depends partly upon tho audience
us it is necessary for the audi
once to submit the questions for hor
to answer. Tho Legion asks tho
help of tho audience in this num
her of their program and seriously
promise that there will bo no at
tempt on their part to belittle or
ridicule any person who submits a
question. The net Is a sorious one
and any question asked will bo
Another number along serious
lines will be the ono act tragedy,
"Tho Murderers of Bue Morguo,'
This number was substituted for
the eternal triangle play, "The Great
est Truth," that tho post had on
the program, as the committee thot
that the former was not only
stronger play but was more fitting
for tho progrnm. Tho play was pro
sented early this summer In New
York at ono of tho Little Theaters
and Allan Halo tho well known
critic, said In part In his review
"Tho Murderers of nuo Morguo"
which was down on- tho program as
a minor number was the best play
of the .evening." Although tho title
was taken from Poo's story, tho
play does not follow along tho lines
laid down by Poo In his tale. Tho
detection of the murderer Is ono
of tho best and one of tho most
reasonable, bits of stage detective
work done on tho Now York stage
Mrs, Alma Rogers will present a
numbor of clover story songs that
are bound to bo recolved with fa
vor by tho audienco and there Is
no doubt that her performance on
Saturday night will enhance ho
reputation as a comedienne.
Jammy -Bodrero and his colored
crayons will present a chalk talk
(Continued on Pago Ten)
I PERSONALS I
Mrs. Charles A. Rice returned this
morning from a few days spent in
K. Cockett, of Koloa, returned
from a' visit to. tho
Mrs. C. M. Cooke, of Honolulu,
arrived this morning to visit friends
Arthur H. Wong, of Kapaa, return
ed last Friday from a visit to Ho
nolulu. ' :
Nell Robertson of Eleele was & re
turning passenger on tho Claudlno
Mis Gertrude McLaughlin, of the
Kauai Public Library, returned this
morning from a brief visit to Ho
nolulu, Mrs. A. M. McConnell arrived
from Honolulu last' Thursday morn
ing to visit with her daughter, Mrs.
Heb Case, of Grove Farm.
Y. Shldo, prominent merchant of
Kapaa, returned Friday after an
absence of several months visiting
his old home in Japan.
Dr. and Mrs. Cyril Goldlng of
Waipoull, arrived from Honolulu last
Thursday morning. Mrs. Goldlng re
cently returned from a visit to the
R. B. Anderson, of the law firm
of Frear, Prosser, Anderson & Marx,
arrived from Honolulu Thursday last
in connection with tho final hear
ing in the matter of tho estate of
tho late Albert S. Wilcox. Ho re
turned to town Friday evening.
Ken C. Bryan, director of indus
trial education, department of pub
lic instruction, arrived from Hono
lulu on the Claudlno last Friday
morning. Mr. Bryan, In company
with Frank S. Pugh, local industrial
supervisor, is making an inspection
tour of the schools of the island.
W. C. Achl Sr. came over from
Honolulu last Thursday morning.
As master of tho estate of the late
Albert S. Wilcox, was called to ap
pear In connection with tho presen
tation of the final accounts, which
were approved by Judge Wm. C.
Achl Jr., at Lihue last Friday.
Rev. V. H. Kltcat arrived this
morning to visit his brother-in-lnw,
Wllllim Danford, assistant manager
of Kekaha plantation, nev. Kltcat
will be remembered by kamaainas
as he was ut tho head of the Evan
gclical church in Honolulu about 20
G. M. Corson, salesman for Grace
Brothers, Honolulu, arrived Wed
nesday morning and Is touring the
Island In the interest of his firm.
H. H. Walker, F. W. Jamleson
vice president and treasurer re
spectively of the Hawaiian Trust
Co., camo over from Honolulu on
Thursday morning upon business in
connection with tho A. S. Wilcox
MAJOR W. A. JOHNSON
TO SPEAK NEXT WEEK
AT CHAMBER MEETING
The principal speaker at tho reg
ular meeting of tho Chamber of
Commerce which will bo held at
the Walmea Hotel on Thursday,
October 19 will be Major W. A.
Johnson, U. S. army.
Major Johnsonl b tho engineering
officer for tho Hawaiian department
and the construction of the N&'
wlllwill breakwater Is under his su
Tho subject of Major Johnson's
address will bo the Nawillwlll
breakwater project In regard to bow
tho appropriation is holding out, the
contemplated time for the comple
tlon of tho breakwater, and somo
unusual problems encountered in
tho construction of tho breakwater
Another Interesting talk will bo
given by Forro3t J. Dolllncer. prtn
clpal of Kauai High school. Mr,
Dolllnger will upeak on education
and dwoll particularly on his efforts
to lntroduco technical training Into
the high school curriculum.
This meeting should bring out the
largest attendance of the year tor
it is rarely that the chamber is so
fortunate as to hape two such well
informed speakers on its program.
Rice and Hayseldert
Lead G.O.P. Ticket
Wise Is' Victorious Over Lyman
on Kauai, Without Nllhau,
by 200 Votes
JACK CONEY IS NOMINATED
Gardner Has a Fighting Chance to
Defeat John C. Jerves With
Senator nico and Punl Hay.ieiden '
led tho way for tho othen candi
dates at tho primaries last Saturday
the Senator piling up the highest
voto over polled by anyone on tho
Island of Kauai, beating the record
set by Harry Baldwin at tho spe- -clat
election this spring 135G votes
hau. Young polled 187 and Younr
was- the Senator's total on Kauai.
Punt Hayseldon showed Ma heels
to tho other candidates for tho low
er house poling 903 rotes. Meheu
la was second with 842. Coney was
third with 746, Jerves fourth with
727 and Gardiner third with
727, and Gardiner fifth with 693.
Gardiner has a slight chance to
defeat Jerves If he polls every vote
on Nllhau and Jerves polls loss.
than 25. But the chance is a slim
ono as it is expected that Jerves
and Gardiner will run about even
on that island.
Sonttor John Wise, who recleved
the Republican nomination for dele
gate defeated his opponent, Norman
Lypian by not quite 200 votes. Wise
polled 865 votes, while Lyman's to
tal was 668.
Lyman carried two precincts, Ka
walhau and Wahlawa. His total in
Kawalhau was 210 votes while the
best Wise could do was 99. Lyman
polled 68 votes in Wahlawa while
Wise's total was 48. Wise's biggest
poll was In the Lihue precinct where
he made a total of 221 votes to Ly
man's 148. Makaweli gave Wise his
biggest percentage as he polled 93
voes to Lyman's 19.
Jarrett was the P.emocrat nominee
winning 144 to 86. Raymond carried
and defeated his opponent on Kauai,
in only one precinct that of Ka
walhau. Senator Rice gave the beat ans
wer to his opponents such as the
O Luso, etc., that was possible by
piling up three times as many votes
as his two opponents combined,
nice carried every precinct by a
big majority. Kaahu mnde his best
stand in Kawalhau where he polled
139 votes against Rice's 232. Aguiar
received a scattering number of
votes over tho island making a to
tal of 80.
Although Punl Hayseldon was
conceded a place on the ticket his
showing in the primaries surprised
even his most ardent supporters. Aa
could bo expected he gathered most
of his strongth from tho Ltbuo pre
cinct, piling up a total of 335 votes.
Makaweli and Kllauea helped htm
hold his lead with very substantial
Meheula who ran second high in
every precinct and did not make
any startling totals in any of them
but managod to run well ahead of
tho average. He piled up his big-
gest voto in Kawalhau with a
of 159. '
Jack Coney's vote in Lihue help
ed carry him over as he did not
poll votes In tho outside district aa
he had expected to. He piled up the
biggest total of any of the candi
dates for the lower house in Lihue
by polling 3C2 votes. This vote
gave him third place on the ticket,
as far as tho island of Kauai Is
Jerves is leading Gardiner for the
fourth place on the ticket and is
expected to finish ahead of the
Hanalel man a they will probably
break oven on Niihau. Jerves' poll
of 150 votes in Kawalhau was one
of tho big factors In his election.
Gardiner's big total was made In
Hanalel whero ho polled 114 votes.
Hoopale, who ran sixth and Mrs.
Kelllnol who took seventh place
also polled their best voto In the
Lihue district. Hoopalo's total was
218 while Mrs. Kelllnol' polled 197.
Threo low men, Kalu, T. Young,
and Hamada polled their biggest
vote in Kawalhau.
Kalu, polled 213 votes In Kawal
hau, Young polled 187 and Hamada
88. Hamada also made a good show
ing In Llhuo with a total of 71.
Scharsch and Lucas bad no oppo
sition for tho Democratic nomina
tion. Scharsch polled 86 votes while
Lucas polled 49,