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THE GARDEN ISLAND,' TUESDAY; JUNE 8920
FOR SALE Excololor Motor-cycle,
first class condition. Complete with
side-car and extra Beat. Reasonable
price. Louis Fcrrelra, Lihue, P. O.
WANTED To buy several second
hand pool tables. Notify Garden
Island of price desired, condition
Upright piano. Inquire P. W. Alston,
Box 356, Lihue.
A cum of money. Owner can have same
by proving ownership and paying ex
penses. Enquire of J. F. McKechnie,
Lihue Plantation Warehouse.
Bag containing clothing, etc. Owner
can have same by proving owner
ship and paying expenses. Enquire
at Sheriff's office. County Building.
THE IMPERIAL ORCHESTRA
Latest Music with Lots of Pep.
AT THE LIHUE ARMOR,
SATURDAY EVEJUNE26, 1920
at 8 p. m.
Refreshments will be served
1920 Baseball Season Opens
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Tsunehiro singled to left with two
down and two ou, and tied the count
in the eighth by taking advantage of
Wood's well known speed in covering
bunts. Three bunts in succession
went for safeties, filling the bases
with none down. One runner was
forced at the plate, but Wood's error
in failing to hold another bunt let in
a run and when King hit a Texas
leaguer back of second base, the
Makee supporters yelled themselves
hoarse, as the score then stood at six
There was nothing doing until the
first half of the 10th when Hoopii
walked, stole second, went to third on
a sacrifice by Shirai, and scored when
Rodrigues lifted a sky scrapper to
John Akana in left field, who was not
able to get the range on the home
plate, his throw going wide by ten feet
off the plate.
Taking everything into considera
tion, the game was certainly exciting,
for although the Makees were appar
ently weak in the box, a little better
team work on the part of the Kilau
ea's would have won the game for
them. One of the bunts that went
for a safety in the 8th rolled near the
'3rd base line and pitcher Wood and
catcher Afat started at the ball each
expecting the other to field it while
Soong was hoofing it along to first.
That Texas leaguer by King in the 8th
with the base loaded, should have been
an easy out, but Kerr and Pacheco
stood still and allowed Wm. Akana in
center field to come up to try for a
ball that fell not more than twenty
feet back of second.
Due to the failure of the Kauai Ath
letic Association in designating an
umpire for the game, Charles Fern
the aviator, was selected the umpire
in-chief with Henry Sheldon assisting
on the bases, and both officiated in a
manner satisfactory to all.
t The Bank oi Hawaii, Ltd.
K. Kano, If 5 1 2 0 2 1
Dan Arcia, cf 5 12 0 10
Bun Hee, ss 3 112 6 6
M. Tsunehiro, 2b.. 5 1 2 0 5 3
Soon, c 5 0 1 0 2 0
Hoopii, 3b 4 2 112 2
T. Shirai, rf 2 110 10
Joe Rodrigues, lb 4 0 0 0,10 1
Joe Barette, p 1 0 0 0 0 1
I Morita, p 4 0 10 10
Wm. Akana, cf
Bill Kerr, ss ....
Geo. Akana, If
W. Wood, p
Joe Pacheco, 2b.
Kelii Ah Fat, c
Seraphine lb ....
John Akana, rf
33 7 11 3 30 14
AB R II SB PO A
The oflice hours at our Kealia
agency are from I) a. in. to i
3 p. m.
We will be pleased to liave
you use this ollice if you find
ltn II t r- ! .
Wholesale and Ketail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
t CALIFORNIA FEED CO
Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
International Stork, Poultry Food
and other pnecialties. Arabic fur
cooling' Iron Hoofs. I'etalutua In
cubators ami Brooders.
King's Special Chick Food
P.O. Box 452, Honolulu
JAS. F. MORGAN
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 Ml MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Box No 594 Honolulu
Totals 38 6 7 0 30 17
By Innings 123456789 10
Makee. Runs 001001220 1
Basehits 002001350 011
Kilauea. Runs 104100000 0
Basehits 014101000 0
Summary Three base hits: Joe Pa
checo; two base hits ,M. Tsunehiro
sacrifice hits: Hun Hee 1, Shirai
Joe Rodrieues 1: base on balls: Off
Wood 3, Joe Barette 2, Morita 1
struck out: by Wood 0, Joe Barette 1
Morita 0; double play: Bun Hee to
Joe Rodrieues: umpires: Fern and
Sheldon; time 2 hours; scorer
Mokihana Club Activities
The June meeting of the Mokihana
Club was held Wednesday, June the
second. This being the last meeting
cf the year and the occasion of the
election of officers for the coming
vear, as well asthe hearing of reports
tf the various standing committees
it was very gratifying to note such
largo attendance of members.
The meeting was called to order
by the president, Mrs. Crawford, after
which the secretary pro-tern read the
minutes of the January and May meet
ings. Same were approved and ac
cepted. The treasurer's report wa
also read, showing a balance in the
treasury, mostly from the last rum
mage sale. Mrs. Jamieson read the
report of the latter sale, which same
teems to have been by far the most
ruccessful orte yet held.
The work committee presented it
reuort for the work beginning in
October. Special emphasis was made
in the report on three features planned
for the club namely:
The moving of the church library
to the Club rooms, there to be well
would, it manifestly seems best that
the members of the club should learn,
as conscientious American women, all
that the privilege of the ballot means
for the betterment of homes and
schools and the protection of the
rights of women and children.
Miss S. Wandee Cheek, the district'
. . . t
nurse, next presented ner report. i
This proved a most Interesting one'
showing conclusively as it did the
need of Just such work in the camps
and homes. It was very gratifying
to learn that Dr. Barton, the govern
ment eye specialist, expressed great
satisfaction over the control and vir
tual elimination of the recent threat
ened epidemic of "pink eye." This :
was duo to the untiring work of the
istrict nurse preceding Miss Cheek, j
Reports from various minor com-,
ittees were then read, Bhowing how .
the club keeps Its fingers on reiier
ork. need of library, etc. Communi-,
cation from the Honolulu Humane ,
Society, relative to an organization of
branch society on Kauai, having
been received last month and referred
to a committee for action , brought'
forth a report recommending that a
ranch Humane Society be started on
Kauai, but to be distinct from tne
Tile following list of officers for the
new year were eieciea uy iub uu
and augurs well for further activities.
Miss Mabel Wilcox President;
Mr. Philip Rice Vice-President,
Mrs. Wm. McClusky, secretary
Mrs. R. D. Moler ' Treasurer
Various members of the club desired
to go on record as protesting vigor
ously against some of the cinema
films that have been presented re
cently ip Lihue, many of which have
been of a nature quite unfit for the
eves of the children and the foreign
lenient in our midst, tending as they
do to create false standards of moral
ity, and the decency and purity of
This matter of the moving pictures
will be referred to a committee for ac
tion and it has been urged that a de
cided protest must be made.
The retiring president, and her
efficient staff of co-workers, were ac-
coided a rising vote of thanks for
their untiring efforts of the past year.
Mrs. Crawford in turn, expressed
her thanks to the members of the club
for their willing cooperation, and to
the plantation for the backing accord
ed the club in matters of local advancement.
It was decided that the club have a
picnic upon June eleventh. Miss Wil
cox generously offered the beautiful
grounds at Papalinahoa for the occa
sion which same was unanimously
accepted. All details for the picnic
were to be referred to a committee,
consisting of Mr3. R. L. Wilcox, Mrs.
Swan and Mrs. Crawford.
Delicious refreshments were served
by the hostesses, Mrs. Wood, Mrs.
Coney, Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. C. H.
This will be the last meeting until
October,- but the club activities will
continue on through the summer.
THE HIGHEST LEVEL VET
When your car needs atten
tion, either a tuning up or an over
hauling, let us do it.
Our skilled mechanics, under
the direct supervision of a competent
foreman, take pride in doing a job
that will satisfy you in every detail.
When broken down on the
road call for our special Cadillac
wrecking car, which is always ready
to leaVe at a moment's notice.
Our battery department pays
special attention to out-of-town cus
tomers, rendering prompt service at
A full slock of rental batteries
carried in stock.
Kauai Garage Company
The United States again holds
the worlds record for high Hying.
Major Schroeder of Dayton, Ohio,
in a recent llight, reached the
surprising nit it ute of 3i,00() ft.
which is nearly a mile ahove any
previous (light, and seven thou
tlisand feet higher than the crest
of the Himalaya mountains.
The major knew that it would
be very cold at such elevations
and he'outlitted as though f;:r '.!:c
North Pole. His Pying su'r vu:
lined with fur and electrically
warmed by a wired heating sys
tem, connected with the engine.
To overcome the difficulty of
breathing at altitudes where the
air pressure was barely a liflh as
much as at sea level, lie wore an
oxygen helment. In spite of these
precautious he was nearly frozen,
and fainted dead away during the
These upper regions of the air
are no more fit to live in that the
bottom of the ocean. '
After serving for 24 years as sub-1
agent for the land department In the
fourth land district. Maui, Worth O. j
Aiken has tendered his resignation to
the local land commissioner, C. T. j
Bailey, to take effect July 1. He '
served under the Hawaiian monarchy. !
the provisional government and the ;
Republic of Hawaii as well as the
Territory and is believed to be one
l oused and properly catalogued and j and only member of the original land
the maintaining of a reading room ; force under the act of 1S!(5. who still
with an attendance in charge. It is j remains , in the department. Adver-
purposed to have in connection there
with current issues of the best maga
zines. The use of the Club rooms as a
community house and center for com
The value of this last item on the j in Japan. Heretofore they have
year's program will be recognized , bought from the local Japanese firms
when one stops to think of how rapid- - in Honolulu.' This will of course eut
ly woman's suffrage is approaching pretty deeply into ihe business of
upon the horizon. As women are these firms. Other sugjjr agencies
powerless to stop it even it they arc contemplating a similar policy.
A new departure in the commercial
end of the sugar business has been
initiated by Alexander and Baldwin.
I Henceforth they will do their own
purchasing for their plantation stores
That will win your admiration have, just
arrived, featuring both simple and fancy styles.
Here are skirts that will show up real stylishly .
with a pretty waist.
Splendid quality and moderately priced.
Our displays of millinery lake every type of
woman into consideration. The materials are
of such good quality that you will at a glance
give your approval.
Be sure to see our slock of iOU MI'.OAL
hats. It will be a great pleasure to show you
our many becoming styles.
at prices to suit your purse are also on display.
These are exceptional values, prettily made
and of fashionable design. Kvcry model is of
the finest fabrics. Your early inspection is
J. I. S1LVA, Prop.