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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL 18. NO.
Sacred Musical
On Christmas Eye
"The Coming of the King" Will
be Presented by the Augmented
Choir
SEVERAL SOLO NUMBERS ALSO
This
Cantata Is Considered the
Best Work of Famous
Composer v'
A sacred musical which promises
to bo a great treat will bo rendered
In tho Llhue Memorial Parish houso
Sunday night at 7:30, December 24,
by the augmented choir ot Lthue
Union church. Thirty voices will sing
"Tho Coming of tho King," by Dud
ley Duck, under the leadership of
Mrs. Ralph Bayless, with Mrs. Wm,
Grote as pianist. This cantata Is
pronounced to be one of Buck's very
best sacred musical productions and
Is In very wide use In the churches
throughout the land, at this season
of the year. A great deal of ardent
labor has been executed by tho
participants, In the preparation of
this musical and it should be given
a splendid hearing by the people
ot Kauai.
It is true "that this will be Christ
mas Eve and there Is no better way
to celebrate It than to listen to the
full Christmas message told in mus
ic. The cantata will require JUHt
an hour.
A silver offering will bo taken.
The following are tho contents
and participants:
"THE COMING OF THE KING"
(Dy Dudley Buck)
1. NOEL Piano.
2. Soprano solo THE PROPHECY"
Mrs. Alma Rogers.
3. Chorus, THE ADVENT: Awake!
Awake! put on thy strength, O
Zion.
4. Soprano and alto duet: "He
shall feed his flock like a shep
herd." Mrs. Adrian Englehard,
and Mrs. Elliott Wood.
4a. THE ANNUNCIATION.
Alto solo "The Angel Gabriel
was sent from God," Miss Ele
anor Dale.
4b. Tenor solo, "Hail! .Hail! Thou
are highly favored," Ralph W.
Bayless.
6 ACROSS THE DESERT.
(a) Male chorus, the Caravan of
tho Magi.
(b) THE THREE MAGI
Caspar Simeon Dias.
BaltaBar Alfred Aklona.
Melchior John Makanani.
6. THE PLAINS OF BETHLEHEM
(a) Ladies' chorus: "And there
wero, in tho same country,
shephords."
(b) Soprano solo: "Behold, I
bring you good tidings," Mrs.
Wm. Henry Rice, Jr.
(c) Full chorus: "Glory to God
in the highest."
7 THE DEPARTURE OF THE
SHEPHERDS
(a) Bass solo: "And it camo to
pass, as the angels " Henry
Walau.
(b) Male chorus: "Let us now
go even unto Bethlehem."
(c) Soprano solo: "And they
came with haste," Mrs. Wm.
Henry Rice, Jr.
(d) Christians awake, salute the
happy morn," Chorus.
8. THE VIRGIN'S LULLABY
Alto solo, "Sleep my Jeaua,
sleep," Miss Eleanor Dale.
9. THE QUESTIONING OF THE
MAGI
King Herod (dramatic baritone)
Judge Wm. C. Acbi, Jr.
10. THE ADORATION
(a) Soprano solo, "And they
came Into tho house " Mrs.
Henry T. Sheldon.
(b) Bass solo, "Being warned
of God," H. D. Sloggett.
11. ADESTE FIDELES
(a) Ladies' chorus.
(b) Men's chorus.
(c) Full chorus.
FINALE--Musical
Personnel
SOPRANOS
Mrs. Wm. H. Rice Jr.; Mrs. Clap
per; Mrs. Alma Rogers; Mrs. Hen
ry T. Sheldon; Mrs. E. S. Swan;
Miss Hannah Sheldon; Miss Ele
anor Dale; Miss Lois Hunt.
ALTOS
Mrs. Adrian Englehard; Mrs. Ro
bert F. Middleton; Mrs. Elliott F.
Wood; Mrs. Chas. Keahi; Miss Lot
tie Jordan; Miss Mary Morris; Miss
Dorothy Jackson; Miss Estcllo Rowe;
51.
,y . 4.
1.
PERSONALS
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Miss ' Edith .Rice returned this
morning from- a' brief visit to Hono
lulu. Mrs. J. M...-.KUhns and daughter
returned from Honolulu on tho Kl
nau lastV'rliursday morning.
aam'-'Kaeo, local county attorney,
returned this morning from a short
Visit to Honolulu.
Aylmer Robinson, ot Makawoll was
a returning passenger on the Claud
lno this morning.
Dr. and Mrs. Hagood, and Master
Hagood returned this morning from
a brief visit to Honolulu.
W. Searby, of the American Fac
tors was an arrival from Honolulu
this morning.
Mrs. C. M. V. Forster and Miss
Edith Rico departed for Honolulu
last Friday afternoon wbero they
will spend a few days.
John Tachlbana. student at tho
University of Hawaii, arrived last
Friday morning to spend tho holi
days at his home in Koloa.
Miss Dort Tillman, sister of Mrs.
J,. C. Jamieson of Lihue, arrived on
the Claudlno this morning to spend
the holidays with her sister.
Miss Lucy Akl, daughter of Hen
ry Aki, of Wailua, returned from
school this morning to spend Christ
mas vacation with her family.
Mrs. Margaret McGregor, who has
been attending the Emerson Nutri
tion institute in Honolulu, returned
on tho Claudlno this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wlshard loft
for the Big Island last Saturday at
ternoon, where they will spend the
Christmas holidays with their son.
Mrs. John T. Molr Jr., and Master
Moir, wife and son of tho new man
ager of Koloa plantation, wero ar
rivals on the Klnau last Thursday
morning.
Miss Lyndal Jacobs, who was a
member of tho faculty of Lihue
school last year .arrived for a short
visit on Kauai this morning.
Mrs. W. H. Scott, accompanied by
her three children, Eleanor, Lellanl,
and Alice, arrived from Ho
nolulu last Friday to spend tho holi
days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
V,m. Hyde Rico of Lihue.
John Waterhouse and Charles R.
Hemenway, manager and 'assistant
manager respectively of Alexander
& Baldwin Ltd., paid a business vis
it to Kauai last week. They arriv
ed Thursday morning and returned
Friday evening.
A. A. Hauck, president of Punahou
school, was among "tho passengers
arriving from Honolulu on the Ciau-
dine this morning. Prof. Hauck will
bo the principal speaker at tho ban
quot session of the Kauai Chamber
of Commerce at the Tip Top Cafe
tea garden next Thursday ovening,
Mrs. Annie Klrkaldy and her dau
ghter arrived this morning to spend
the holidays with their son and
brother, Charles Brenham of Port
Allen.
Joe Scharsch, prominent Democrat
of Kauai, returned on tho Claudlno
this morning. Joo says ho is the
one Democrat in the islands' that
Is not a candidate for the Job aa
Bill Jarrett's secretary In Wash
ington.
COUNTY SUPERVISORS
HOLD SPECIAL SESSION
Tho rfaual county supervisors held
n special session at tho court house
last Friday for the purpose of ap
proving the budget of expenditures
for salaries, payrolls, and for pub
lie Improvements.
All the members of tho board
were present and tho budget for
1923 for tho amount of $273,000 was
unanimously approved.
Miss Wandoe Cheek; Miss Rosalia
Lovell.
TENORS
William Stewart: St. Claire Do
Lacey; Chas. Keahi; J. C. Jamieson;
Ralph W. Bayless; Lewis R. Jack
son; Simeon DlaB.
BASES
II. D. Sloggett; Henry Walau;
Win. Henry Rico Jr.; Abraham Lima;
Timothy Montgomery; Alfred Akl
ona; Jphn Makanani; Wm. C. Achl
Jr.
Mrs. Ralph W. Bayless, directress,
Mrs. Wm. Grote, pianist.
L1HUE. KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1922
Chamber of Commerce
to Meet at Lihue
President A. A. Hauck of Punahou
to be the Principal
Speaker
The ' regular banquet session ot
Kauai Chamber of Commerce will
bo hold next Thursday evening at
the Tip Top Cafe In Llhue.
A. A. Hauck, president of Puna
hou school, and F. J. Dolllnger, of
Kauai high school, will be tho prin
cipal speakers of tho evening.
Both men will take ns their sub
ject different phases of education.
Prof. Dollinger will present tho
work plarned in adding to tho lo
cal high school ciriculum, Industrial
and technical training.
Tho entertainment committee plan
to put on n few novel stunts for
the members.
This will bo tho last meeting of
tho year and a large number of the
members have signified their inten
tion of being present.
Several important matters are to
bo presented by tho dire'etors for
the action of the chamber at this
meeting.
NO DELINQUENT TAXES
IN ENTIRE LIHUE DISTRICT
Deputy tax collector, A. G. Kaulu
kou Issued a stntemont today that
all delinquent taxes for the Lihue
district have been collected and the
county seat district is now 100 per
cent paid up for 1922.
Tho Kawalhau district has the
highest percentage of unpaid taxes
to date tho cause being on account
of the condition of tho homestead
ers in tho Kapan and Wailua dis
tricts. According to tax officials the plan
tations will only advance money to
tho homesteaders for the .actual
working of their crop and it is" im
possible for some of them to raiso
the money to pay their ttxes. Many
of the homesteaders show a loss on
their crop that was planted In 1920
and it may bo necessary for tho
government to foreclose on the
homesteaders to realize the taxes.
WILD .WEST SHOW
FOR ATHLETIC CLUB
The Kauai Athletic Club is put
ting on a thrco-day wild west show
in conjunction with Jack Burroughs
in Lihue on Friday, Saturday and
Monday.
In addition to tho regular program
of the show, tho members of tho
club are going to appear as buck-
crons and there is quite a bit of
good-natured rivalry among tho
members us to whicli one of them
Is the best steer rider in tho club.
Several local riders have announc
ed their Intention ot trying to ride
tho various bucking horses In tho
show and one or two are going af
ter the prize money that is offered
to the local rider that stays with
Honest John or White Lightning,
riding according to the regular rules
for such contests.
The following week tho show will
move to Kapaa for a threo day
stand, and thero under tho ausplo
us of Court Walaletle of the An
cient Order of Foresters.
CLAUDINE WAS SCHOOL
BOAT LAST FRIDAY
The S.S. Claudlno was loaded to
tho "gunnels" last Friday morning
with school children returning to
their homes for the holidays. Am
ong those arriving were Miss Mar
tha Wolters, Miss F. Loehr, Henry
Weber, Hilda Silva, Miss M. E. Ra
poza, Miss Gladys Chong, II. Dan
ford, Robert Ewart, Walter San
born, Lellanl Rohrlg, Margaret
born, Lelland Rohrig, Margaret
Sloggett, L. S. Tuttlo, Alice Dan
ford, Ernest Wedemeyer, Miss G,
Bctsul.
ST. LOUIS ALUMNI
LISTEN IN ON MEETING
Tho local members of tho St
Louis Alumni Association gathered
at tho Telophono building last Fri
day evening and listened In on th6
radio to tho big meeting of the alum
ni held in Honolulu.
The meeting was broadcasted by
tho Advertiser and tho local alumni
wero able to hear Governor Farring
ton when ho addressed the meet
Inf, as well other parts of tho meeting.
St. Louis Glee Club
Will Tour Kauai
Honolulu School Boys to
Several Concerts and
Dances
Give
Tho St. Louis Gleo Club, number
ing nine members will arrive on the
Claudlno next Friday morning for
a week's stay on Kauai.
The club plans to glvo a concert
and danco at the various places on
the island during their stay here.
Tho opening concert and dunce
will be given at Koloa Hall on Fri
day evening and on the following
evening the gleo club will perform
at tho Kapaa Hall.
Tho next concert will not bo giv
en until Tuesday evening as the
boys will not glvo a show on either
Sunday or Christmas. Tuesday's
concert and dance will be given at
Walmea, and on Wednesday evening
tho boys will present their show at
tho Tip Top theater.
Tho St. Louis Glee Club havo
been very succesful In their tours
of tho various Islands, all tours
being successful from n musical as
well as a financial standpoint.
All the members of the club aro
excellent musicians and the orches
tra that plays for the dances has in
addition to the usual stringed instru
ments, a cornet and a saxophone.
PRESIDENT OF PUNAHOU
TO VISIT THE ISLAND
Dr. Arthur A. Hauck, president
of Punahou school, and well known
educator, -will visit the Garden Is
land during this week and steak
before various groups in different
parts of tho county.
That tho teachers may have a
chance to hear him, luncheons have
been arranged for Wednesday and
Friday noons. School people and
their friends from the eaBt side are
planning to meet Prof. Hauck at
tho Tip Top Cafe on Wednesday
noon. Those- from the west side will
meet together around tho tables at
tho Walmea Hotel, Friday .noon. Re
servations should ho sent from the
cast Bide to H. S. Simpson; from
the west side to Mrs. Wright.
Dr. Hauck will be the principal
speaker at the Kauai Chamber of
Commerce banquet, Thursday night
and will meet with the county Y.
M. C. A. committee Tuesday even
ing. Tho Hawaiian born young peo
ple and their friends will have the
privilege ot meeting with Dr. Hauck
Wednesday evening at tho Dormi
tory. A social hour Is planned bo
foro tho address.
JUDGE W. C. AOHI TO
CONDUCT LIHUE BAND
Officials of Lihue Band Issued tho
announcement today that Judge
William C. Achi Jr. has consented
to act as conductor of the band and
all rehearsals and instruction will
bo under the direct supervision of
tho judge,
This announcement will glvo ad
ditional Impetus to the band as the
reputation of the judge as a mu
sician is a wide ono and there is no
doubt that great forward strides
will be made under his direction.
LIHUE JAPANESE CHURCH
WILL HOLD XMAS EXERCISES
ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON
The Llhue Japanese- church will
hold their Christmas exorcises at
tho church on Sunday afternoon at
2:00 o'clock. Tho following Is tho
program for tho afternoon:
2. Responsive Reading L. R. Jack
son.
3. Prayer Rev. It. W. Bayless.
4. Speech L. R. Jackson.
C Bong Mrs. S. Otanl's Class.
C. Recitation Mrs. Jackson's Class.
7. Song Mrs. Troeler's Class.
8. Recitation and Song Puhl Sun
day school.
9. Song Congregation.
10. Song Miss Hansen's Class.
11. Recitation and Song Miss Alu's
Class.
12. Recitation Rev. Takahashl's
Class.
13. Song Hulola Sunday-school.
14. Recitation Miss Johnson's class
ID. Tableau Mrs. Troeler's Class.
10. Song Congregation.
17. Benediction Rev. Patrick O. Ta
kahashl.
18. Santa Claua.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $?.50
KAPAA NOTES
.f .
APPEAL TO CIRCUIT COURT
Maximo and Tomas, tho two Fili
pinos who were found guilty In tho
local district court last week, and
find $200 each for alleged slaughter
ing of a cow belonging to tho Ma
koo Sugar Co., have appealed their
case to the circuit court at Llhue.
The defendants are at present out
on bail.
BANK PROPERTY BRINGS
GOOD PRICES AT SALE
Tho auction sale of miscellaneous
property belonging to tho defunct
Hawaii Bank of Commerco brought
out quite a croWd last Friday morn
ing. Tho bidders met more compe
tition than was expected and many
who had hoped to secure some valu
able office furniture, etc., at real
bargain prices' wero bitterly disap
pointed. Sheriff Rico conducted the
sale.
The Misses Eileen and Maggie
Scharsch, Helen Morgan and M. J.
Wong loft Friday to spend Christ
mas and New Years in Honolulu
during tho vacation. They expect to
return for the sports at Waipoull
on New Year's Day.
A. Horner Jr., superintendent of
the Hawaiian Canneries Co., Ltd.,
left Saturday to attend an import
ant meeting ot pineapple agricultur
ists In Honolulu. He returned this
morning.
T. D. Collins, of tho Henry Water
house Trust Co., Ltd., receivers for
tho Hawaii Bank of Commerce, ar
rived last Friday to represent his
firm at the auction sale of the lo
cal property of tho defunct bank.
He returned on the same day.
Honolulu teachers of Kapaa school
Including Sidney Hill, Miss
Alice Wong, Miss B. Hlu and Miss
H. Hamamoto, all departed last Fri
day to spend tho holidays at home.
Miss Johnson is leaving for Maul
this Saturday, Mrs. Alice Wong lias
Joined her husband In Kiluuea, and
tho remainder of tho touchers lu
tein) to spend tho vacation right at
home.
COURT WAIALEALE
ELECTS OFFICERS
George S. Raymond, principal of
Kapaa school, was elected chief
ranger of Court Waialealo, local or
der of Forresters at their last reg
ular meeting, succeeding Arthur II.
Wong. Other officials cloctcd for
tho coming term were: John Vic
torino, sub-chief ranger; Fred Men
des, treasurer; E. Victorlno, finan
cial secretary; Henry Van Gicson,
recording secretary; J. Fernandez,
senior woodward; C. Kuhlmann, ju
nior woodward; Wm. Ferrelra, senior
beadle; and F. Prlgge, junior bea
dle. Arthur Wong now Joins the
ranks of past-chiefs, together with
Henry Van Gieson and D. Prlgge.
Monday, December 18, was home
stead day at tho offlco of tho Ma
keo Sugar Co., and was tho day on
which all homesteaders were Inform
ed of the financial result of this
year's harvesting season. Somo of
them havo credit balances and de
parted with smiles and cash In
.tholr pockets, but a big majority
woro only given statements indicat
ing tho amounts still duo to the
plantation for advances. The aver
ago prlco of sugar for the current
year was 4.55.
Torch fishing in tho shallow sec
tion of the sea between Kapaa and
Kealla Is attracting many nightly.
Most of tho fishermen were after
squids, which se6m to bo quite
plentiful at this time of year. Over
30 torches wero counted last Sun
day evening.
George S. Raymond dr., son nf
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond of Kapaa
school, returned this morning to
spend tho holidays with his par
onts. He had been on Maui visiting
his grandparents for tlto past several
months.
E. H. W. Broadbent purchased tills
woek a 1923 Model Packard touring
car, which it attracting tho atten
tion of alt with its beautiful lines
and finish.
PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY
New Year's Races
Causing Interest
The Foresters Racing Card Is
Predicted the Best In
Years
A SPECIAL ONE MILE RACE
Bull-Uogglng From an Automobile
Will be a Special Added
Feature
Interest In tho Forester's racing
program took n decided Jump when
It was announced that threo old
rivals Dinner Hell. Golden Spray and
Sky Boy would meet In, a special
mile race.
These racing horses have met
oftener than Lloyd Geurgo and his
gang of European diplomats and tho
results of nil sets of meetings havo
been tho same. Everybody tukes a
turn at winning.
Dinner Bell has the edge to date
as ho came off best in their last
meeting, but thero Is no sign that
lie will repeat as these horses are
as hard to dope as a blnuh of pro
fessional wrestlers.
Hut there is ono tiling certain
that no matter wjiich horso wins tho
fans always get their money's worth
when theso three horses meet. Many
of tho local racing funs aro expect
ing Golden Spray to do a corno-back
on New Year's Day, whilo tlure aro
plenty who aro backing tho Tashinm
entry to win. Dinner Bell has his
flackers, so It is a caso ot choose
your horse and write your ticket.
Another race that is causing more
than usual interest Is tho three
eighths of a mile race between
Fireman and Silver Dust. Although
Silver Dust took the measure of tho
Itnpozo horse in tho Armintlco half
milo race, Fireman led tho way for
moro than tho first three-eights and
Flreman'3 backers are figuring that
ho will beat Silver Dust in u three
eighths race. Silver Dust's backers
claim that tho Fernandez mare will
lead tho way in tho throe-eighths
as well on Now Year's Day.
Tho Roman ruco botweon Ben Cor
bott and Art Ortega will bo some
thing new for tho racing fans of
Kauai, in a Roman raco tho .rider
uses two horses and stands with
ono foot on each horse. Corbett
holds the world's record in this
event, which ho made at tho Pendle
ton round-up In 1910.
Corbett Is all down on tho pro
gram for another thriller when ho
will bulldog a steer from an auto
mobilo. This stunt will he timed to
tako place as near as possible di
rectly in front of tho grandstand so
as to give all tho spectators an op
portunity to witness at close rango
this dangerous and spectacular sport.
Tho afternoon sports will bo given
over to a soccer football gamo be
tween the east and west sides of
tho island. The east side team will
bo made up of Lihue, Makeo and
Koloa, while the west sldo stnrs
will bo chosen from Kekaha, Ma
kawell and McBryde.
The children's sports will consist
of a small track and field meet and
an added feature will be a baseball
game between tho Kapaa girls and
tho Kapaa boys. Tho Kupua girls
won the island championship in tho
Public Sscliools Athletic League and
ninny local people who havo watch
ed them claim that tlioy aro hotter
than any or tho boys teams on tho
island.
WET AND DRY CAVES
SECURED BY COUNTY
Tho demand from tho A. S. Wil
cox estato for $400 for tho purchase
of tho Haona Hul was approved by
tho hoard ot supervisors at their
special meeting last Friday.
This is tho final stop in securing
for tho public tho rights to tho Dry
and Wet Caves at Haena.
LIHUE UNION CHURCH
Thero will be both morning and
evening services next Sunday. Reg
ular preaching at tho morning hour
when tho Christmas uicssago will
bo presented by tho pastor.
At 7:30, in tho Memorial Parish
house, a beautiful sacred cantata,
"The Coming of tho King," by Dud
ley Buck, will bo presented by a
choir of 30 peoplo . It Is freo to
all nationalities. For tho cantata con
tents seo ahother section of this paper.

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