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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1021
Plating Makes Old
Things New Again
Silver which has become dull nnd tarnished
can he restored to its original beauty by silver plating.
Hardware about the house will profit by plating. Nick
el plating of automobile parts hub
caps, reflectors, bumpers, inslrumcnls, will make the car
look far better.
Our plating plant is equipped to turn out ouy
kind of plating finish desired, in a short time and at
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
GOOD MEALS IN HONOLULU
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trally located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
plan. Operated in connection with the
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note, above all, the entire ab
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large glass battery cells. There
are but three simple units In
the Kohler system: its efficient
four-cylinder, water-cooled jmo
tor; its dependable generator
connected directly to the motor,
and a small automobile-type
battery for starting the motor.
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TERRITORY OF HAWAII jl M
MAKEE DEFEATS LIHUE
IN SLUGGING BEE
Jimmy Spalding's Kealia Wonders
came, saw and conquered. They took
the Lihue Managers into camp by
the score of 17 to 14. It was a heavy
battle all the way through and the
result was in doubt up to the time
that the last man was put out in
the ninth. Lihue had one bad inning
In which the Kealia boys gathered
Ight runs and this was the turning
point of the game.
Jimmy CorBtorphine and Any
Weight were the flolding stars of the
evening, Jimmy grabbing a couple
of linedrives at short no one else
saw until he had caught them
Any" grabbed a line drive out of
the ozone and then put on a juggling
act before he finally held it. Any
also smacked a couple. Charley
Rice and King Baggott were the bat
ting stars for the Managers. Both
got several hits apiece besides play
ing bang up ball in the field. Manu
el Fernandez did not pitch his usual
teady game and was replaced by
Phil. Rice who deserved better support.
Dan Arcia was in the box for Ke
alia and the battery work for him
self and Frank Burns was a feature.
The Lihue Legion, defeated the
Chinese A. C. by the score of 9 to
8, and let it be said that the Legion
did not deserve a win. Kenneth Hee
was the twirler and he is by far
the best pitcher seen on this side
of the island. He struck out 25 Le
gionnaires, but Flat Ahana catches
In indoor like he plays second In
outdoor and he made so many er
ros on the third strike that the Le
gionnaires were able to win. Long-
streth heaved good ball for the Le
gionnaires, while Charley Amalu and
Henry Aki starred in the field. Joe
Tsue was the batting star for the
C. A. C.
STANDING OF CLUBS
W L Pet.
Chinese 1 0 1000
Hawaiians 1 0 1000
Legionnaires 0 1 000
Japanese 0 1 000
Haolos 0 0 000
Portuguese 0 0 000
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Games Monday Evening
Chinese 21; Legionnaires 13.
Hawaiians 14; Japanese 11.
The Lihue indoor baseball league
opened Monday evening and the
Chinese and Hawaiians stepped to
the front by defeating the Legion
naires and Japanese respectively.
The Chinese played good ball al
though Kenneth Hee was not as et
fective as their last meeting with the
Legion. The Legion played ragged
ball in the field and the Chinese
scored almost at will.
The Japanese stepped out in front
in the second game but could not
hold the lead. One bad inning for
them allowed the pol eaters five
runs and enough to win the game.
Hoe and Lee Wing were the bat
teries for the Chinese while Long-
Etreth and Fern worked for the Le
The evening was enlivened by a
visit from the Ku Klux Klan. Several
persons present with guilty consci
ences were a little alarmed but the
Ku Kluxers just looked things over
and then departed.
Games Wednesday, Nov. 2.
First game, Portuguese vs. Ha-
Second game. Ilaoles vs. Chinese.
Games Monday, Nov. 7.
Haoles vs. Legion.
Portuguese vs. Japanese.
GOVERNOR VISITS SCHOOL
The Lihue graded school shop boys
were honored by a visit from Gov
ernor Wallace R.' Farrington, Sena
tor Charles Rice and Mrs. Charles
Rice on Monday morning.
The shop teacher, Mr. Yamamoto
showed the distinguished visitors
some finely finished articles that
had been made by the boys and the
party seemed particularly interested
in the fact that the entire building,
including the foundation of cement,
heavy framing, and trusses, and both
interior and exterior finish had been
done by the boys of the seventh and
eighth grades last year, under the
direction of Mr. Yamamoto. who
succeeded William Werner.
The class of work being accorap
lished this year at the Lihue school
shop shows excellent workmanship
and is a credit to the school.
Mr. Pugh, the industrial supervls
or, expressed himself as being dis
appointed in not having the gover
nor see some of the excellent work
that is also being done in Kapaa
i and Waimea, as the governor, while
NSa Yon pay for the
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Take, for instance, Vacuum Cup
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tag for 6, 000 miles, they are bought
wherever tire buyers have proved for
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in known tire value.
IN the matter of safety, the
Vacuum Cup Tread is guaran
teed not to skid on wet, slippery
pavements it is not just a raised
tread that claims to be non-skid.
That's worth remembering.
The price of Vacuum Cup Tires is
no higher than you would have to
pay for inferior tires.
C. B. HOFGAARD & CO., Ltd., Agents, WAIMEA
editor of the Star-Bulletin, lent splen
did aid and co-operation to the Ka
LIHUE GRAMMAR SCHOOL
On Friday, October 21 we had a
game of playground ball with Ka
paa. First the boys played and Ka
paa won. It was a fine game. Then
the girls played. It was a fine game
too and the girls won. The scores
were Boys 8-4; Girls 18-15.
Nearly every room has its own
flower garden. They are growing
On October 28 nearly all our
teachers and pupils went down to
the Nawiliwill breakwater to see the
first stone put into the sea. Gover
nor Farrington and some other men
were there, too.
To-day, October 31, Governor and
Mrs. Farrington, Mr and Mrs. Rice
came to the Lihue school. The Gov
ernor gave a very good speech and
we were glad to hear it.
All the teachers were Introduced
to Governor and Mrs. Farrington and
Mr. and Mrs. Rice.
We are going to have a game
of playground ball with Koloa on
We note with a great deal of
pride that two of our former pupils,
Kenneth Alolau and Kam Chung
Chong, are listed on the honor roll
of the Kauai high school.
The plowing of the school garden
has been finished and the two mules
borrowed from the county of Kauai
are now enjoying a bit of recrea
tion and rest in the local county
The largest flag owned by the
school was lisplayed on Friday in
honor of the visit of Governor Far
rington to Kauai.
Semi-finals in playground ball gam
es will be played at Waipouli on
Armistice Day with Kapaa vs. Ki
lauea. Our boys and girls both
won from Hanamaulu last Friday.
Only one postponed game remains to
be played oft with Hulela, and this
is expected to be played in the very
The girls are preparing for a
Christmas sale of sewing, such as
fancy handkerchiefs, pillow cases,
Miss Scott of Kilauea was a visitor
Monday at the domestic science and
Five new drinking fountains, three
near the main building and two
near the bungalows, have recently
The pupils and teachers had a fire
drill last Thursday. All the occu
pants of the buildings made a hasty
but orderly exit upon the sounding
of the fire alarm. It only took a few
minutes, but we are sure there will
be no panic even if we do have a
The junior high school met dou
ble defeat at Lihue Friday, 21st;
boys' score , 16-G, girls' score 38-4.
The championship likely will bo de
cided at Walpoll, November 11 In
the boys' game good fielding was
the feature. Poor hitting by Waimea
caused their defeat.
Tuesday, Nov. 25, the grammar
school teams won a doublo victory
from Kalaheo. Boys' score 39-2.
These games finish the season for
the grammar school. Boys' standing
000 per cent; girls- 750 per cent. A
short rest comes now until basket
bull season opens.
Masao Haroda broke his arm in
the Tuesday game by a poor slide
to first base. The arm was photo
graphed by Dr. Dunn and set. Masoo
is doing well but will be out of ath
letics until volley ball at least.
The concert program promises to
be more varied than ever before.
Practice is regular and the adver
tising is out. The proceeds this year
will likely be invested in a piano
for the school. The following pro
gram will be offered:
1. Recitation Rosaline Annee.
2. Jingle Bells Girls Glee Club.
3. Nursery Rhymns Receiving Room
4. Music Ukulele Club.
5. Bobbie Shatter First Grade.
6. Riga-Jig Boys' Glee Club.
7. Little Foxes Grade3-B.
8. Shower Song Grade 2.
9. Folk Dance Grade 4A
10. The Wind and the Moon 5A
11. Keeping House Grade 6A.
12. Flag Drill Grade 4B.
13. Ukulele Club.
14. Thanksgiving Scones Grade 3A
15. Wand Drill Grade 4B.
16. flapaneso Sandman, in costume
Girls' Glee Club.
17. Tumbling and Pyramids
18. Star Spangled Banner School.
19. Dance Music furnished by the
school orchestra; Mrs. Wright,
Right of our young men met In
the school house last Thursday ev
ening with Mr. Locke, the county
Y.M.C.A. secretary and enjoyed some
of the best games we ever played.
We then heard about the things Y.
M.C.A. clubs are doing in other parts
of Kauai and the world and those
present were all in favor of having
such a club in Wainlha, but de
cided to wait until more of the
young men of the community were
out before electing officers. Mr.
Locke left us a sample constitution
and other ideas for a program. We
will have another meeting in a few
days and organize.
A program like the club program
of the Y.M.C.A. will be greatly wel
comed in Wainiha as the young men
and boys have nothing especially to
do in the time they are not working
or at school.
The part the boys liked about the
program was that it plans to think
about and live for as well as play.
We know we will receive much good
from this club work.
Signed: Abraham Kaneyho.
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