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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 25, lfl2t
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Koloa defeated McBryde In thi
first soccer game, Sunday at Eleelo
by the score of 3 to 2. Neither team
played wonderful football and tho
high wind that was blowing also
holped to slow up the game. Mr
Bryde scored both goals in the first
half, Jimmy Oxberry scoring about l:i
20 minutes of play, and Douglas Sir.
clair scoring the other about two
Koloa camo back In the second
half and scored their three goals.
Two goals were Bcored from th !
field while the other was scored
from a corner kick, the ball car
oomlng off Dr. Glalyer's head thru
BUI Sinclair and George Duncan
starred for McBryde, while Waialc
ale, Cnesar and Marlon were th3
stars for Koloa.
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Brawn defeated brain at the ar
mory last Wednesday night when thu
Lihue Legion team defeated th-i
managers, by the score of 12-9. Tho
score was 33 up to the seventh in
ning, showing that the managoi-B put
up a mighty good game. The Legion
fell on the offerings of Manuel Fer
nandez and pounded out nine moro
runs. The managers were not far
behind them In the slugging but on
ly managed to gather six additional
Jimmy Spalding was the battin;;
star for the Legion, while Broadbent.
Sloggett and Englehardt starred for
On Wednesday evening the Lihue
Legion will meet the All-Chinese in
the second game. K. C. Ahana is
piloting the All-Chinese and hopes
to take the Legion into camp.
FILIPINOS GET TWO
YEARS FOR ASSAULTS
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Our automobiles are comfortable, our drivers are re
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know every Inch of the country.
We rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We do draying and hauling by trucks all over the Island.
We run the stage line between Lihue and Kekaha
three round trips per week
Two Filipinos started for Honolulu
! last Saturday to serve a two-yeart;'
sentence for assault with weapon-)
dangerous to life. Although the two
crimes were committed at the oppo
sito ends of tho islands, they were
much alike. The juries decided thai
both nmn wero entirely too quick and
fine with thflir weapons.
It wns Inst July that Palawan Al
anto shot oni of his countrymen at
I.nwai. Palr.min h:'.d asked his "aik
ane" for his pipe so tint he could en
joy a smoke. Latir in tho ovenin.j
his friend asked to' have the pipe re
turned. Palaman said that he had al
ready returned it. Both man sgread
on the story that far. From then on
the tale became tangled.
The friend said that Palaman's con
science evidently hurt him so that
when he, the friend, entered the room
la'.or in the evening, Palaman simply
opyed f'ra cn him, hitting him in
Palaman's story was p. little differ
ent. He r.nid thut his friend can
with a cane knife and said that if In
didn't produce the pipe right away
he h.id few more minute.-? to live.
In self-defense, ho assured the jury.
he shot. But an eye witness to thrj
shooting bucked up the friend's story
and now Palaman gets the long,
Claudio Siviliano of Kilauea also
used a revolver, not wisely but too
well. Claudio told the jury that one
of his erstwhile friends got mad at
him and attacked him. He decided
to run but after he had run a little
piece he- concluded that it wasn't a
man's part to run from an opponent.
Therefore, he turned and fired on
him. But again the jury decided that
he didn't have any business "totin"
a gun and found him guilty. The
judge did his part and gave him two
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KAUAI EVANGELICAL ASSN.
The semi-annual meeting of this
association will be held in the Hana
lei church, November 2nd and 3rd.
This will be a meeting of great im
portance as it marks the 80th anni
versary of the arrival of the early
missionaries to this part of the is
land. All of the churches of tho in
land are requested to be duly represented.
"Deception," one of the finest his
torical pictures ever produced. Tip
Top Theater, Saturday, November 12.
No change in prices. A Paramount.
Tip Top Theatre
tale of tova and bandits
in the west .
Story try Ridgwcll Cullutn.
Sceruxrio by Julius G.FurthJnan
OF KINGDOM COME"
Sir James M. Barrie's
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Louise glaum "l am Guilty I"
ti J. Parksh Read Jr. Production
"I AM GUILTY"
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