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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1916,
N. G. HJBaseball
(Continued from pnjre 1.)
couraged the home slabster?, and
the visitor? were let in for other
tallie9 that they might not have
K. C. Ahana was umpire and
gave very general satisfaction.
GAME AT KEALIA.
The Hospital Corps hasehall team
met defeat at the hands of the team
of the Second Battalion at Kealia
Sunday afternoon, the score bring
11 to 10, four runs being piled up
by the victors in a single inning.
There was quite an audience at ths
start of the game but it dwindled
somewhat toward the last.
John Cummings was the umpire.
The Hospital Corps men complained
bitterly against some of his rulings,
and also objected to the grounds,
which, when the game started, was
not plainly marked out, causing
errors and differences of opinion.
It is urged that as the semi-finals
are now leing played, the grounds,
umpires, etc., should be entirely
Japanese Dormitory At Lihue
The new dormitory for Japanese
boys and girls is completed and is
ready for the opening of the High
Schctol on the 11th of Septemlter.
The cost of board and lodging is
placed at $6.50 per month, and laun
dry facilities are provided. The
dormitory is well equipped and un
der the personal supervision of Rev.
The opportunity for a home un
der the best influences and at the
lowest possible rates is now open to
the Japanese lys and girls of Ka
uai, ami it is expected that many
will avail themselves of it. Arrange
ments for board may be made by
addressing Mr. K. Okamoto at Li
Aged Bridal Couple
There has been filed with the reg
istrar particulars of the marriage of
a native couple in Waimea who did
not have to procure the consent of
parents or guardians on account of
lack of legal years. The groom, who
rejoices in the name of Ilcmolcle
Kawahineknahiki, is years of
age. The blushing bride, who brave
ly agreed to change her comparative
ly short name of Kuleana llipa to
the very long one alove, is )." sum
Madame Aldrieh, guest of Mrs.
Francis Gay, at Honolulu, who was
scheduled to give a concert in the
Waimea hall at the week-end,
changed her plans at the last mo
ment and sent a wireless to say that
she could not come over at present.
It is understood that some of the
parties to whom she had written
for information advised her that so
many Kauai music-lovers were away
just now that concerts here would
probably not be financially successful.
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Next Sunday's Baseball
The baseball games next Sunday
afternoon will Ik as follows:
Third battalion vs. Hospital
Corps, at Makaweli;
Second battalion vs. first battalion,
Both of these games promise to
be quite exciting and large crowds
will doubtless attend them.
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Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
R. D. ISRAEL
Post Office, Kealia
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Old age finds many, who
in their youth were able
to go out any day and
make a good living, with
out means of support and
without an income. In
youth is the time to pre
pare for the future when
your earning capacity
diminishes, as it surely
will. Putting aside a cer
tain amount each month
has been the salvation of
many an honored old
We pay on saving accounts
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For the Firs! Time on Kauai
PALLAS PICTURES PRESENTS
"THE HEART OF PAULA"
The Cast of Players Featuring Lenore Ulrich, Vclnia Lefler,
Jack Livingstone, Forrest Stanley. Haward Davits, and Herbeit
"The Heart of Paula" triumphs over a complexity of situations
and predicaments that contribute to make a wonderful story of
love, intrigue. Spanish louiance and sentiment.
Shown in Five Reels
Tenth Episode of the Serial Beautiful
"THE MASTER KEY"
Thousands look forward every week to smashing, crashing chapters that stampede audiences to re
markable demonstrations of enthusiasm.
"HEARST SELIG NEWS"
Will be shown at the regular places
Makaweli, Wednesday, Sept 6; Eleele, Thursday; Waimea, Friday; Lihue,
Saturday; Koloa, Monday.
SHOW BUGINS AT 7:40 p. in. SHARP EXCBPT SATURDAYS.
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