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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, November 16, 1920, Page 3, Image 3',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND.. TUESDAY, NOV. 16
Just stop and think it over.
Are you following a defi
nite, systematic plan for
A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
with this progressive bank
will prove its worth in later
, starts an account
THE BANK OF KAUAI, LTD.
INTRODUCING DR. W. S. IIAMACHER
It is with pleasure and complete confidence
in him and his professional ability that I in
troduce to the people of Kauai, Dr. W. 8.
Ilamacher, recently of Portland, Oregon, who
has assumed charge of my branch office in
Dr. Ilamacher is a graduate of the Pacific
Chiropractic College, of Portland, Oregon, and
holds State Board licenses in Oregon and
Dr. Ilamacher will, of course, honor all out
standing unused adjustment cards, upon pres
entation. I also take this opportunity of expressing
my gratitude to the people of Kauai who have
extended their kindest hospitality to me dur
ing my short stay in Lihue.
FRANK C. MIGHTON, D. C.
Tel. 157 L.
(Dr. W. S. Hamacher, in charge.
Night calls: Lihue Hotel)
of successful business in Honolulu enter
into the consolidation of the ' Hawaiian
News Co., Ltd. and Thrum's Ltd.
These many years have been full of pleasant business and
personal relations between many of the oldest residents in
Honolulu. Iu the years to come, with the combined ex
perience of these two pioneer stationers and paper houses,
the main idea will be to retain past patronage and gain
new. This will be accomplished by better serving and
better meeting the demands of the buying public.
NEW FIRM NOW KNOWN AS
Hawaiian News & Thrum's Ltd.
with this directorate personnel
J. U. Soper President
C. H. Atherton 1st Vice-President
T. G. Thrum 2nd Vice-President
W. J. Coon Secretary
W. U. Soper Treasurer and Manager
E. A. Mott-Smith Director
Henry Davis Audit Co Auditors
Our friends will be glad to know that General Soper and
T.G.Thrum who each hold a prominent place in Honolulu's
development, are still among the directorate of the new
Miss Morrison, so well known to the friends of Thrum's
will still be iu attendance to meet her former patrons.
The new firm of the Hawaiian News & Thrum's Ltd. wishes
to thank its friends for theis expressions of good will, and
feels confident that with its increased facilities it will be
able to hold their patronage along with the new that its
combined resources will command.
Hawaiian News & Thrum's Ltd.
YOUNG HOTEL BUILDING
1013 BISHOP ST.
In one of the most exciting games
played since the season started, the
Libertys and Pacifies of the Kawal
huu League thrilled the spectators
In the first game of a regular doubli
header on Sunday at Kapaa with
spectacular fielding stunts, timely
hitting, and several bonehead slip
ups. The flnal mark was five for
the Libertys to ono less for the Pa
cifies. The Pacifies, with no mathemati
cal chance to cop the first series,
played great ball, but the Libertys
were right there in the pinch, pull
ing themselves out of several bad
holes. The game started quietly
enough when both sides. went out in
the first frame without any damage
to speak of. In the second the
Libertys scored a run on a sacrifice
and an Infield out, bst they nearly
threw the game away when Akana
booted a bunt and then, with the
bases full, forced two runs in by his
lack of control over the sphere.
When the smoke had cleared, the
score stood at four to one in favor of
the Pacifies and gloom was register
ed in the face of the Liberty's sup
porters, but the Pacifies were strand
ed here, as Akana with the good
support of his team-mates, held them
down without a run during the rest
of the game.
Libertys' stock began to boom in
the seventh when a couple of hits
netted two tallies. Another very
timely hit in the 8th with two down
and a runner on second tied the
score " at four all. In the elghtto
though was when the most exciting
inning of the game took place. Ak;l
na was rather unsteady, and when
three men got on with none down,
everybody expected a ballon ascen
sion by the Libertys, but a fast double
play, Axan-i to soong to Wong, pull
ed the team out of a very, very bad
hole. The third man ' fanned out.
The winning run was scored in the
ninth when K. Hee got on first on
Shiral's error, stole second and ad
vanced to third on an infield out.
With Bun Hee at but, the squeeze
play was called for, and the runner
started with the windup, but pitcher
Morita made a deliberate balk by
taking three steps in front of the
plate and throwing to the catcher,
who dropped the ball, thus saving a
lot of argument.
In the second game, which was un
necessarily prolonged due to the re
fusal of the umpire-in-chlet to exer
cise hit authority in calling the game
In the Vib when the ball. could hardly
be Been in the semi-darkness, the
Allies managed to take advantage of
the lack of daylight and slipped over
the winning run on the Farmers, the
score being 10-9.
In the last half of the 7th, with the
Farmers leading at 9-5, the Allies
came and put four runs across the
plate, making it 9-18. In the 8th.they
tied it up ail scored the winning run
with the aid of darkness. The Farm
ers could do nothing in the last two in.
nings, as their players did not seem
to be able to see in the twilight as
well as the Allies.
The Allies started in great style,
putting over four runs in the first two
frames to their opponents' zero, and
added another in the fifth. Barrette's
shoots seemed to suit the Farmers'
bats with the result that nine runs
were piled up by the 8th inning.
AT GROVE FARM
Miss Roe, the, welfare worker rec
ently arrived for Grove Farm planta
tion, Is now getting settled to her
work and is planning great things for
the welfare of her people.
Miss Roe is going to pay particu
lar attention to the women and girls
of Grove Farm. She intends to form
clubs for their amusement and in
struction, and will have parties and
dances and other amusements for
The women and girls are, to a great
extent, being overlooked an many
plantations no especial attempt be
ing made for their entertainment or
recreation. There Is a great' field for
work in this line and Miss Roe's
In addition to
Now effective in our
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
We will allow
10 per cent Discount
On any and all articles not already advertised
GINGHAMS PERCALES FLANNELETTES
PRINTS BLEACHED & UN-BLEACHED COTTONS
THREADS ZEPHYRS YARNS HANDKERCHIEFS
SHEETS & PILLOW CASES VEILS & VEILING
NETS & NETTING BLANKETS BED SPREADS
COMFORTERS UNDERWEAR OVERALLS
MEN'S, WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S FURNISHINGS
TROUSERS SWEATERS COMBS BRUSHES
MIRRORS DRUGS MEDICINES NOTIONS
25 per cent on Goods bought prior to 1920
1 0 per cent on Goods bought during 1 920
1 0 per cent on Watches Chains and Fobs
1 0 per qent on Dry Goods and ready to wear articles
1 0 per cent on all goods
Sale to continue during November
The above discounts apply also at our
work will be watched with interest.