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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 18. NO. 16.
LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. APRIL 18, 1922
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Plans A Run To
Haena and Hanalei
Tho roads and tours commltteo of
tho Kauai Automobile Club announc
es that tho first official trip of tho
club and Its members will t:iko
place on April 30, the last Sunday
of this month. A ripping good tlmo
Is being planned and every member
of the club and his family Is urged
to make tho trip.
Tho tour will bo to Hanalol and
Haena. It Is planned for tho mem
bers to leave their homos sb that
they will arrive at Hanalol beach
at 10 a. m. After taking In tho beau
ties of that district, possibly taking
a little dip in tho ocean, tho whole
party will go together to Haona and
To mako tho trip Interesting anC
Instructive, tho club is arranging
with J. M. Lydgate and W. II. Klco
Sr., to give somo Informal talks on
the local history and myths.
This side of tho Island furnishes
some of tho best scenery In the en
tire territory. That, coupled with the
talks by men that know tho country
nnd tho general get-together picnic
air that will accompany tho party,
will make an Ideal day's outing. Kv
ery member must keep this date op
en and plan to go.
GOOD MEETING OF
KAUAI CHAMBER OF
Tho regular meeting of the Ka
uai Chamber of Commerce will be
held at tho Walmea Hotel on Thurs
day evening, April 20. It will be pro
ceeded by a dinner at C:30 o'clock.
All members of the chamber are
urged to bo present and enjoy a
good feed and a peppy meeting.
Several important matters are to
bo brought up at that time. The
board of harbor commissioners has
asked for recommendations as to
the place of locating wharves and
piers at Nawliiwlll. This matter will
require much careful attention and
the best judgment of Kauai's kamaa
ina's and the government exports.
Anyone who has ideas on the sub
ject should come prepared to give
The board Is also asking tho
chamber how much tonnage comes
over this wharf, how a new wharf
such, 'as wo 'are to have will affect
tonnage, etc. This will give the
chambers mathematical and statistic
al experts a chanco to get in their
Tho University of Hawaii dramat
ic club wants to bring their latest
theatrical production to the Gardon
Island under - the auspices of the
chamber. Do we want them or not?
This matter will be decided on
The Los Angeles Chamber of Com
merce Is thinking of sending a dele
gation to Kauai In Juno or July. It
wants more information. What shall
wo toll them? Come propared to in
struct the secretary on thU matter,
The Chamber of Commerce of Ho
nolulu is Investigating our taxes. It
wants a good committee from Kauai
to help. What shall this committee
report? Who shall bo on tho com
mittee. That will be sottled Thurs
There are- other important matters
to ho brought before the meeting.
All members should plan, without
failure, to bo at Walmea Thursday
night and enjoy a good feed and an
Interesting meeting, or If thoy put
that off too long, call him on the
telephone and havo him resorvo a
plate for them.
KAUAI MASONS TO
HOLD MEETING ON
Tho Kauai Masonic Club will hold
a meeting at the Kauai high school
on Tuesday evening. A dinner fur
nished by tho domestic scienco de
partment of the high school will
precedo tho regular meeting.
Plans for tho Installation of a aM
sonic blue lodge on Kauai will bo
dlHcussed. T. H. Petrio, a thirty
third degree Mason, and deputy of
the Ancient and Accepted Scottish
Rites for the torritory will bo pres
ent, as will Walter It. Coombs, an
other thirty-third degree Mason and
mastor of the Honolulu consistory,
who was in charge of tho Easter
program held at tho Tip Top The
ater Sunday afternoon.
All Masons on Kauai .are Invited
lo attend this meeting.
AUTO NUMBERS ARE HERE
K. C. Ahana, the county treasurer,
announced that he has received part
of tho now numbers and that ho ex
pects tho rest of them on today's
boat. Already a few of them can
bo seen on tho road, being of white
lotters on a green background. All
of tho Kauai numbers will be from
forty thousand and up.
Public Invited to
The Legion Ball
Tho stago Is all sot for tho Le
gion's "Night In tho Orient" Ball
that Is to bo held at the Lihue ar
mory next Saturday evening.
Owing to tho fact there aro somo
rumor floating around that only Lu-
glon members were to attend tho
dance, tho committee wishes to an
nounce that tho public h Invited
and to Insure tho fact that everyone
can attend, thoro will bo fifty ex
tra tickets on sale at tho door the
evening of tho dance. This was done
as it was bellovcd that many had
not tried to buy tickets as they
were under the Impression that tho
party was for Legionnaires only.
It was first decided to limit the
number of tickets to 200, but the
demand has been so great has op
ened up tho salo of tho 50 mora
which will be placed an sale at the
door. To sell thoso GO tickets It was
necessary for the decoration com
mltteo to change their plans materi
ally as thoy had planned decorations
that would take up considerable
floor space. Now these will bo done
away with and it will make room
for additional couples.
Tho change in the decoration
scheme will not change tho original
plan of making the armory Into an
oriental court but will necessitate
the elimination of original plans for
seating the crowd.
Work on the pageant Is practic
ally complete as the committee on
costumes turned In the last one
to the chairman, James Bodrero,
this morning. The dress rehearsal
will bo held at the armory on Fri
day evening and all members of the
cast are urged to bo present.
Prank Timberlake's crew of 'de
corators were busy until late last
night and have all the special light
ing effects complete. Tonight the
first part of the draperies will be
hung and will take practlccaly the
rest of the week to complete this
work. A crew of carpenters under
the direction of Jack Hansen and
Frank Pugh have been busy with
tho necessary alterations.
Alapak'i Smith and his music boys
have been busy practicing and re
port that they will bo at their best
on that evening. Today's mail
brought several of the latest song
hits from tho coast for the orches
DIES OF HEART FAILURE
Frlederich Schumacher, for many
years a resident of Lihue, died at
his home Sunday morning of heart
failure. Ho was G4 years old. Ho was
born May G, 18C8, in Jncobidrebber.
Hanover, Gormany, and was married
February "8, 18M, to Wilholmina
Mr. Schumacher is survived by
sovon sons and two dnughters. All
aro living on Kauai with tho excep
tion of Herman, who lives on Maui;
and George, living In Berkeley, Cal
ifornia. His wlfo died two years
ago, following a somewhat extended
Illness and operation.
Mr. Schumacher has been a luna
on tho Llhuo plantation for 30
years and was a faithful and respect
ed workman and his loss will bo
keenly felt by his family nnd many
friends on Kauai.
Funeral services were held yes
terday afternoon at G o'clock, Itov.
J. M. Lydgato officiating. Interment
took place at tho German cemotory.
MALAHAT GOES TO
Tho schooner Malahat, that has
been discharging a cargo of coal
at Ahukini for tho American Factors,
has completed unloading and will
sail for Hunolulu this afternoon,
sail for Honolulu this afternoon.
Tho Malahat attempted to enter
Ahuklnl harbor without a pilot and
wont on tho reef and remained there
for 12 hours on Wednesday, April G.
It took tho combined efforts of tho
Claudine, the Likeliko and the Ma
lahat's own engines to tnko her off.
Tho Inter-Island entered a bill
for $15,000 for salvage, and attach
ed the Malahat for the bill. This has
not been settled as yet and it is
not known whether the Malahat's
owners will take tho case to. tho
admiralty court or not.
The Claudlno will tow tho Malahat
out of tho harbor and from Ahuklnl
the schooner will proceed to Hono
lulu whore she will go in dry dock
to determine tho damage dono while
on the reef in the local harbor.
A six and a half pound baby girl
was born Sunday morning at 9
clock to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Scrlb-1
ner at Lihue. Mother and daughter
I are getting along nicely. Tho proud
father Is marching around passing
out cigars to friends and foes nllko.
Ho says "She looks like her daddy."
HELD AT L
The beautiful and impressive sui
vicos incident to Maundy Thursday
and Raster Sunday, known lo Masons
of tho Orient and Accepted Scottish
Kite, as thoso of extinguishing and
relighting the lights, woro exempli
fied for tho first time in full form
during the past week by tho Scot
tish Ulto Musons of Knual, tho for
mer taking placo at the hall .of flio
Mnklhana Club on Saturday oven-
WALTER 'R. COOMBS 33
Master, Honolulu Consistory
lng and the latter at the Tip Top
theater on Sunday afternoon. Tho
ceremonies on Saturday evening
were confined to tho members of
Rose Croix only, composed of Scot
tish Kite Masons of tho 18th de
gree, while at the Sunday services
all Masons with their families and
friends were invited to bo present
and participate. Both services were
conducted by Past Wise Master Wal
ter R. Coombs of Honolulu Chapter
of Rose Croix, who was assisted by
Brother T. II. Petrio and Horaco W.
Vaughan, also of Honolulu, and Bro
thers R. W. Bayless, A. G. Hutton,
Rufus Hagood and Frank Cox of
Tbeso particular ceremonies of
extinguishing and relighting tho
lights, form a component part of the
ritual and teachings of the Orient
and Accepted Scottish Rite, apply
ing to thoso brethren who have at
tained tho 18th degreo nnd whorev
or Scottish Kilo Masons of this de
gree may be located throughout tho
S. N. HUNDLEY POI DINNER
The members of tho Scottish Rito
Masons on Kauai, had one of tho
finest treats of their lives last Sun
day night when thoy sat down to
a very elaborate and luxurious pol
dinner at tho hospitable homo of
Samuel N. Hundley. Mr. Hundley
recently wont up tho Scottish Rito
and thru the Shrine nnd Is so well
pleased with the work that ho want
ed to share his contentment with'
! Ills brethren. Descriptlvo langungo
falls us when wo begin to try and
tell of the sumptuous meal which
ho had prepared for tho hungry.
Soon after the first wlro edgo of
hunger had begun to be appeased,
toasts, in rapid fire succession, woro
offered to tho generous ami youth
ful host. Tho feast was given In
honor of tho visiting brethren from
Honolulu, Walter R. Coombs 33,
master Honolulu consistory, T. H.
Petrio 33, deputy, Ancient and Ac
cepted Scottish Rito for Hawaii and
Judge Horaco W. Vaughan 32'.
Tho regular semi-annual spring
meeting of tho Kauai Evangelical
I Association will bo held in tho Ha-
,.,. ... ,ihuu i.vmuv and
0'-lwu"nn cliurc llt lllU0' muy a,m
Saturday of this week. An excellent
i program has been prepared and a
good meeting Is in store for tho
delegates and thoso who care to attend.
IE B MASONS
world they gather together at this
paiticular season of the year to
renew and cultivate those true sen
timents of fraternity which Ho at
tho foundation of tho Masonic order.
And bo hero In tho Territory of
Hawaii similar services to those
hold here in Lihue on Saturday and
Sunday last were being observed
by tho Masons of Honolulu, Knhu
hit and Ililo.
The rlto hero in the territory is
under the jurisdiction of tho Supremo
Council of tho 33rd J)egroe for the
southern jurisdiction of tho United
Status, which Is known as tho moth-
T. H. PETRIE 33
Deputy Ancient and Accepted Scot
tish Rite for Hawaii
or council of tho world, there being
thirty supreme councils in all estab
lished in tho different countries of
the world. Tho direct representative
of tho supremo council for this ter
ritory is Prothor T. H. Petrio, an
honorary member of tho councjl,
and tho members hero on Kauai ex
pressed themselves as fortunate In
having him here at this particular
tlmo to assist them in tho services.
Tho following address was deliver
ed by Judge Horace W. Vaughn, 32,
at "the Masonic Easter services at
tho Tip Top Theater last Sunday af
tornoon: LIGHTING THE LIGHTS EASTER
Masonry teaches toleration and
seeks to unite good men of all faiths
as brothors in favor of toleration and
Continued on Pago Six
J. H. CONEY CHINESE DINNER
Senator J. II. Conoy was tho host
last night at a Chinese dinner nt
his beautiful Nlumnlu homo lu hon
or of Judgo H. W. Vaughan, W. R.
Coombs and T. H. Petrio, ' visiting
officers of tho Honolulu chapter,
Rose Croix No. 1, Masonic order.
Ho was usslsted In entertaining by
his son nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
A. G. Hutton.
After tho dinner, consisting of in
numerable dishes of tho very choic
est of Chinese food, dancing, pro
gressive bridge, music and clover
stories of Chlneso and Hawaiian cus
toms nnd names, told by Senator
Coney, completed a most onjoyablo
evening which grow lato all too
Tho guests present woro Judgo
II. W. Vaughan, W. R. Coombs, T.II.
Pctr.Io, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Craw
ford, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Calling
house, Mr. and Mrs. Trowbridge,
Mr. and Mrs.' Elliot Wood, Mr. and
Mrs. A. G. Hutton, Miss Clara Con
ey nnd Miss Murphy.
GRANTED LEAVE OF ABSENCE
J. M. Kaueakua has
been granted a
two mouths leave
of absence by
visors. Ho will
tho latter part
ho will dovoto
tho business of
ting the duties
tho board of super
leavo for Honolulu
of tho month whoro
himself entirely to
resting anil forgot-
p mi.i WWII
Clarence H. Cooke., of Honolulu,
was an arrival by tho Claudlno this
A. Horner, terrltorUl sugar expert,
arrived on Kauai by tho Kinnu last
R. A. Backus, salesman for the
Hawaiian Electric Co,, paid a visit
to Kauai laBt week.
Manuel Costa, mnnager of Kokaha
Store, returned Wednesday from a
brief visit to tho metropolis.
Mrs. Paul R. Isenberg came over
from Honolulu this morning for a
brief visit with friends on Kauai.
John Nelll, father of Mrs. R. I).
Moller, of Lihue, departed Friday
for a month'3 visit to Honolulu.
Mrs. Mary Duarto and Master Du
arte, of Eleelo, returned from Hono
lulu by tho Kinau last Wednesday.
Jack Rosamond, salesman for
Lowers & Cooke, arrived from town
by tho Claudine this morning.
E. L. Damkroger of Makawell wont
.to Honolulu last week to attend tho
conference of wolfaro workers.
F. E. Jensen, luna for McHrydo
Sugar Co., lelurned trom a visit' to
Honolulu Friday morning. j
Mr6. Y. T. Lai. nrlneiml of Urn
Anahola school, returned from Ho
nolulu tuts morning.
H. L. Jackson, of 13. O. Hall & Son
was an arrival bv tho Claudine Una
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Braim nf l'nrt
Allen returned from Maul via Ho
nolulu this morning.
Mrs. A. H. Waterhouse of Koloa
departed on tho Kinau last Satur
day afternoon for a weeks visit in
Harrv A. Moler. hn.nl pnmniitnr fnr
McBrydo Sugar Co., returned from
nonoiuiu uy tno Claudlno this morn
ing. United States Marshal Oscar P.
Cox camo over from Honolulu this
morning to accompany tho ship Ma
lahat to Honolulu..
F. J. Dolllnger, principal of Kauai
high and grammar school, returned
from Honolulu this morning, whore
he has boon attending a meeting
of high school principals.
Frank Cook, board of health agent
for Kauai, returned Wednesday mor
niifg from a brief business visit to
George T. Angus, director of Theo
H. Davies & Co., Ltd., spent a few
days on Kauai last weck, arriving
Wednesday and departing on Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. David Kamlaoplll of
Port Allen, announce tho birth of
a daughter, In Honolulu, on April
9th. Tho little lady's namo is Helen
John F. Rapoza, tho new postmas
ter of Kapaa, returned from Hono
lulu by tho Kinau last Wednesday.
He has been attending tho school
Walter E. Eklund, von Hatnni
Young's live wlro representative, vis
ited Honolulu a few days last week.
Ho returned by tho Kinau Wednes
W. H. Balthls, of tho Bank of Ha
waii, at Lihue, returned last Wed
nesday from Honolulu whoro ho par
ticipated in tho recent tennis tourna
ment. Ferdinand Hons, vice president nt
tho I. 1. S. N. Co., paid a visit to
Kauai last week. Ho arrived by the
Kinau Wednesday morning and de
parted Saturday afternoon.
Dr. C. A. Southwell, dentist for
tho board of education, returned
from Honolulu last Wednesday,
whoro ho has been spending tho Eas
ter vacation. Ho has purchas-d the
dental otfico of tho lato Dr. M 10.
Grossman, in Honolulu, nad will go
to that city next July and tako up
Mrs. J. D. Mercer, of Los Angeles,
and Mrs. E. J. Kroger, of Denver,
arrived by tho Kinau last Wednes
day and will spend a month on Ka
uai. Tho ladles visited Walmea Can
yon last weok and were enthusias
tic In their praise of the wonders
of that region. Thoy are at pres-
i out stopping at Hanalol enjoying
bathing nnd tramping.
LIHUE UNION CHURCH
Tho regular service of this church
will bo held next Sunday, with Rov.
J. P. Erdinan, of Honolulu, preach
ing tho sermon. Sunday night the
Honolulu clorgyinan will speak at
A TAX EXPERT ON KAUAI
John Linden, tax expert of tho
Amorican Factors, is on Kauai at
present auditing tho hooka of tho
binuo t'lantatlon Co.
for Bids for the
County engineer, Robert F. Mid
dleton Is advertising in this week's
Garden Island for bids for the now
Kokeo rond It is tlfe Intention to
start work nt tho earliest possible
moment on this project and rush
it to the earliest possible comple
tion. There Is somewhat less than ?30,
000 available at tho present for this
work. To meet this condition nnd
still not delay tho work, Mr. Mid
dleton Is advertising for bids in sec
tions. It. is tho Intention to grade
the road from the main government
road, to the top of the cane fields,
a distance of about two miles. All
tho detours will bo graded above
this point, cutting out nil the. bad
grades, reducing them to not more
than seven degrees. Some of them
aro now much more than that. There
will he about three and a half miles
of thu detours to grade.
After all this grading is done,
there will not be a great deal of
money left for macadamizing. But
it is estimated that there will be
sufficient to macadamize from tho
main, road to tho main irrigation
ditch. This will make the worst
parts of this road passable In all
kinds of weather.
To get an idea of how much money-
will bo required for tho entire
job, tho engineer Is asking for bids
for six separate operations. They
1. The grading of tho entire road
from the main government road to
tho top at Puukapele.
2. Grading from the main road to
tho main ditch.
3. Grading from the main ditch to
the top of the cane bolt.
1. Grading all tho detours, level
ing them to about seven degrees,
mauka of the top of tho cano fields.
G. Grading from the top of tho
cane fields to the end of tho rond
at Puukapele exclusive of all detours.
C. Macadamizing from tho main
government road to the main irriga
tion ditch, a distance of about one
COUNTY Y. M. C. A.
Tho members of tho commltteo
of tho county Y. M. 'C. A. mot in
business session last Thursday after
noon at tho homo of Chairman Dr.
Waterhouse at Koloa.
An election of officers for the
ensuing year resulted In tho reten
tion of tho present Incumbents which
aro Dr. A. H. Waterhouse, chair
man; J. M. Lydgato, secretary; and
Thorvald Brandt, treasurer.
Tho treasurer's report showed a
balance of ?200 and reliable re
sources of $3,000.
A number of reports from organ
ized clubs woro read by tho coun
ty secretary and Incidents cited sig
nifying tho interest and benefit that
Is being derived by participants In
all parts of tho Island.
Tho county wldo response to tho
Thrift and Keep Fit emphasis and
tho gratifying results from both
havo encouraged the committee to
make them a part of next year's
Thirteen Hl-Y membors woro tak
en to tho territorial Hi-Y conferonco
In Honolulu during the Easter vaca
tion had tho time of their lives ond
brought hack with Item a bigger
outlook on lifo nnd tho things that
compose it and larger determinations
to carry out tho Hl-Y standards and
carry tho torch of helpfulness to
those less favored.
Plans for a regulation Y. M. C. A.
summer camp woro discussed and
voted on. It was decided to conduct
a camp immediately followin tho
closo of school. An Ideal location
has been secured at Haona which
furnishes all tho essentials for a
first class summer camp slto. A com
mittee composed of Messrs. Slog
gctt, Mldklff, Rico and Sanborn wero
appointed to work out tho details.
H. IRWIN EMPLOYED
AS NEW BOOKKEEPER AT
H. Irwin, of Hllo, has been em
ployed as tho now bookkeeper ut
Kllauea Sugar Plantation Co. to fill
tho placo loft vacant by tho reslgna
Hon of Hnrry Suiytho. Mr. Irwin
tcok over his new duties tho first
of last week.