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LETTER9 TO THE PUBLIC
Housewives! Now is the time to buy
We are going to help you procure
your necessities cheaper by making a
Reduction Sale on all drygoods,
shoes, hardware, etc., in this store.
Commencing August 24th you
, may take advantage of 1 0 per cent
Discount on practically all lines.
SALE NOW ON -
J. I. SILVA, Prop.
WE ARE pleased to announce to our
many friends and patrons that we have
been appointed agents on Kauai for the
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and that a large shipment of these batter
ies have just arrived.
We are also prepared to repair and
recharge your old batteries and can furnish
you with a rental battery while your old one
is being repaired.
. Firestone Tires for Fords, and Good
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ed for 8000 miles.
KAPA1A GARAGE CO.
P. O. Box 236
Editor Garden Island: I am en
closing a true copy of two letters re
garding a decision rendered by the
Umpire, and as It was regarded by
American Sports Publishing Co., of
New York. As this vill of course be
of much Interest to the baseball fans
of the Islands In general, I wish you
would please publish same.
The decision referred to In the en
closed letters was In a game of ball
between the McBryde Plantation team
and the Lihue team at Eleele on July
A BASEBALL FAN,
Copy of letter from John B. Foster
of the American Sports Publishing Co!,
New York, to G. M. Shak, Kapaa:
New York, N. Y. Aug. 16, 1920.
G. M. Slink, Esq.
My Dear Sir:
The batter was not out as you have
described the play to me. To have
been sure that he was out the catcher
should have thrown the ball to the
Copy of letter from O. M. Shak, Ka
paa to John B. Foster, New York:
Kapaa, Kauai, T. II., Aug. 2nd, 1920.
Mr. John B. Foster,
45 Rose Street.
New York City, N Y.
I enclose herewith stamped and ad
dressed envelope with which kindly
send me a proper decision of the fol
One down and none on. Umpire
calls three strikes on batter, but ball
gets away a few feet from the catcher.
Batter however, did not nttempt to go
to first but walked to the bench. Half
away between the plate and the bench
his captain stopped him with his hands
and told him to go to first which he
did with out any attempt to put him
out although the pitcher had the ball
in his hands. Umpire called "Batter's
out" when the batter started for the
bench, but the captain of the side at
bat claimed that the runner was en
titled to first base regardless of
whether he had gone back to the
bench or not.
LIHUE UNION CHURCH
The first services following the
vacation at the Lihue Union church
were well attended and many new
faces were noticed In the congregation.
The Sunday school attendance was
nearly double that at the end of the
regular school year. More teachers
are needed and the superintendent is
hopeful of the necessary recruits that
may be secured from the public school
force. A young men's Bible class of
mixed nationality is desired and will
be organized as early as possible.
Next Sunday morning Mr. C. C.
Robinson of the International commit
tee of the Y. M. C. A. will deliver the
address at the church service. Mr.
Robinson Is a man of ripe experience
and broad knowledge; he will un
doubtedly be well received by the
people of Kauai.
Y. W. C. A. NOTES
Miss Alice Moore, of the national
Board of the Y. V. C. A. in New York,
has arrived in Honolulu where she
will become head of the girls work de
partment. Later she will visit Kauai.
The Helping Hand Club is being en
tertained this evening at the home of
Mrs. John Midkiff.
The Kauai Public School Athletic
League having been unable this year
to include swimming in its activities
the Girls Reserves will, wherever pos
sible, include swimming lessons on
their program. It seems deplorable
that so many children, born on the
Island grow up without having taken
advantage of their closeness to the
ocean to the extent of learning to
Hanamaulu, Kapaa, and Huleia are
to have Girl Reserve Units in the
immediate future. This will make
the total number of Girl Reserve units
on Kauai fourteen.
OF THE WEEK
Sept. 3 W. E. Eklund, Edwin Farm
er, Hee Son Hoy, Honolulu; R. E.
Loesch, R. E. Loesch. Jr, Chas. Loesch,
New York; V. S. Camp, Long Beach,
Cal., J. W. Elkins, Charles L. Hall,
Thos. L. Strays, H. M. Livingston.
Honolulu. Sept. 7 Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Eklund. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Smith, C.
Garclne, Honolulu; Ola F. Fraser,
Vacavillo, Cal. Blanche Dwyer, Bing
ham Luke, Minn.; F. Boyle, Hilo; R.
E. Hodgsen, Honolulu; C. Elkins, San
DIVORCE IS POPULAR
No less than ten divorce cases are
set for hearing in the circuit court dur
ing the next week. They are three or
four different races, German, Chinese,
Japanese, Filipino and Spanish. The
bonds of matrimony seem to chafe and
wear, even among those races where
they are supposed to set rather light
4 f 4. -
of (Mil- capital slock is owned by residents
of this island located in the following
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