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THE QABDEN ISLAND TUESDAY f ' 1 3,i 921
KEEP YOUR PICTURES IN
It preserves them for future en
tertainment Complete new assortment from
35c to $10.25.
Special Attention to Orders by
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
1059 Fort Street . . Honolulu
FOR EVERY PURPOSE
Filling Cabi nets-Office Desks
Ring and Post Loose Leaf
Binders-Index Filling Systems-Blank
Prompt Service Given
Hawaiian News Co.,Ltd.
Young Hotel Bid. Honolulu
The Store of a Thousand Office Needs
Two Good Ball Games Sunday
W. M. HULL1N
Acetylene and LIHUE HOTEL
Electric Welding Kauai.
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gave Makananl at second for Lihue a
chance, and when the ball caroomed
off his shins, Bun Hee and King
scored. Soong was out pitcher to
Lihue scored again in the 6th when
catcher Soong pegged too high to sec
ond to catch Okuda going down from
first. Makananl walked and Fernandez
was out Bun Hee to Rodrigues, Ma
kananl advancing to second. Aklta
grounded to Bun Hee who threw to
third, putting out Makananl. Aklta1.
tried to steal second, but Tsunehiro
dropped Soong's peg and the runner
advanced to third. Okuda started to
steal Becond and when Soong's throw
was too high to be returned to the
plate In time, Akita scored. Ohama
singled and Perreira filed to Arcia.
The Makees were unable to do any
thing to Okuda, who had taken Mltau's
The winning run for Lihue came In
the 6th. Prioste flied to center. Dol
singled to right, and' Mltsu flied to
right. Enoka then lifted a fly to right
center which Arcia could have easily
caught, but Bun Hee tried to make the
catch and the ball dropped without
either player touching It, and Dol,
scored, Enoka going to third. Fernan
dez grounded to Bun Hee whose high
throw pulled Roarigues on me Dag
and Enoka scored the winning rail.
Akita went out to Morita to first.
In the seventh the Makees had a
great chance to tie o rwin the game
when Hoopii singled with two down
and Shiral was safe on Prioste's error,
Hoopii advancing to third and Shirai
stealig second immediately, but Joe
Rodrigues brought woe to the support
ers of the home team by striking out
in the pinch. This was their last
chance, as for some reason, the man
ager of the Makees did not see his
way clear to make an effort to win
the game in the ninth by using pinch
hitters of known batting ability, who
were roosting on the bench doing
The Klnau did not bring freight for !
Walmea last Friday on account of the i
crew shortage. She came direct to
Ahukinl, where the passengers were
If you wear them long enough.
But about the time other shoes
are begining to show signs of
quitting THE REGAL has just
started to demonstrate its las
OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT
knows how. Write us'yourshoe
OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT
knows how. It pays to have
your shoes repaired. Send them
All Work Guaranteed
Regal Shoe Store
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everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
Bun Hee, sa
33 7 6 5 27 17 9
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of the fact that I have a
at your services
My personal guarantee goes
with all the work done, backed
up by a reputation, gained
during 25 years on the islands,
for A FAIR AND SQUARE
If your eyes trouble you,
or you need to change your
glasses, come and consult me.
For appointments, write
S. E. LUCAS
Summary Hits off; Mitsu 4 innings
4; Okuda 6 innings 3; base on nails:
Mitsu 3, Okuda 1; off Morita 5; struck
out: by Mitsu 2, Okuda 2, by.Morlta 1
left on bases: Lihue 3; Makee 9; hit
by pitcher: Rodrigues, Soong; umpires:
Sheldon and Peniku; time 2 hours 10
minutes; scorer, H. Teroaka.
STANDING OF TEAMS
P W L PC
McBryde 110 1000
Makaweli 110 1000
Lihue 2 11 500
Makee 2 11 ouo
Kilauea Z 0 z w
NEXT SUNDAY'S GAMES
Lihue va Makaweli at Lihue.
McBryde vs Makee at Eleele.
SUP. BIGELOW INSPECTS
to the .
THE IMPERIAL ORCHESTRA
Latest Music with Lots of Pep.
AT THE LIHUE ARMORY
SATURDAY EVE., JUNE 26, 1920
at 8 p. m.
Refreshments will be served
The Bank ot Hawaii, Ltd.
The office hours at our Kealia
J agency, are from 9 a. m. to
j, We will be pleased to have
you use this office if you fiud
i it couvenieut.
SuDcrintendent L. H. Bigelow, of the
department of public works, came over
from Honolulu last Friday morning to
look over the Puukapcle road and the
East Kauai Ditch Company projects.
Under the guidance of Joe Moragne,
former county engineer and now chief
engineer of the East Kauai Ditch Com-
Danv. Mr. Bigelow first visited Puuka-
,ic. He says the plan of expendi
ture of the $30,000 appropriated by the
legislature for the Puukapele road, as
recommended by Mr. Moragne, will
make a irood road to the park, with
the worst part of It macadamized. He
heartily endorses the plan.
On Saturday he inspected the pro-
Dosed ditch line of the water company
and returned to Honolulu by the Kl
nau that evening.
THE RAINBOW TROUT
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
ENGINEER Charlie Rice came aown irom. ruu
J. R. Collins, consulting refrigerat- kapele Park rriaay ana anuuuuceu
ing engineer, specializing Ice Cold that the Rainbow trout eggs inai nan
Storage, Markets and Refrigerating been taken to the hatchery up there
Plants. Expert service, results pro- recently, had already began to hatch
duced. P. O. Box 658, Honolulu. T. H. and were, doing fine.
t CALIFORNIA FEED CO
Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
International Stock. i'oultry Food
and other specialties. Arabic (or
cooling Iron Roofs. I'etaluma In
cubators and Brooders.
King's Special Chick Food
P. O. Box 452, Honolutu
Builds a Permanent Business
This has been always OUR MOTTO.
WE JUST RECEIVED:
SHIRTWAISTS from Bauer Bros.
in Voile, Batiste, Crepe de Chine, Georgette
Crepe, short and long sleeves.
These Waists have beauty of design and quality of Material
Figured Voiles, Flaxons, Batiste, Poplins,
Dutch Suiting, etc.
Imported by us direct from China.
Suitable for Shirtwaists, Dresses, Skirts, Suits.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
A very complete line.
Terry Cloth, Repp, Cretonne, Friar Cloth Na
tural 48" wide.
Intelligent Clerks always at your service
McBryde Sugar Co., Store
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
4 .8. 4. !
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 Ul MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Box No 594 Honolulu
That will win your admiration have just
arrived, featuring both wimple aud fancy styles.
' Here are skirts that will show up mil stylishly
with u pretty waist.
Splendid quality and moderately priced.
Our displays of millinery take 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 stock of GOLD MEDAL
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. Every .model is of
the finest fabrics. Your early inspection is
J. I. SILVA, Prop.