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TOR GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1R.1921
Dear Santa Claus
Wc arc writing you this early because
we want all the children and their
fathers and mother to know that our
stock of personally selected Christinas
Cards is the most beautiful and varied
that ice have ever had.
Yc have an exceptionally fine lot of
Hooks too, irhieh irould make fine
Christinas Presents. It may lighten
your burdens somewhat for them to
hare this information.
Yours for a Merry Christmas.
The Hawaiian News &
Young Hotel Bldg.
jie most powerful
engine in the
7 J The refining of Red Crown
I T Gasoline is based on a thor-
depends on its
source of power
ough scientific study and
knowledge of the fuel re
quirements of the automo
Keep a record of your trip
mileage, also note the power
and flexibility of your engine
with Red Crown Gasoline,
and you will be convinced
that "Red Crown," "the gas
oline of quality,." is the gas
oline for you.
Look for the Red Crown
sign on garages and service
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Waimea Stables; Ltd.
At Waimea and Nawiliwili
' The Most Famous Garages on Kauai.
The place to get transportation to
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
Waimea Canyon, Kokee Camps,
Kukuiolono Park, Wailua Falls,
Hanalei, Haena Caves
Our automobiles are comfortable, our drivers are re
liable and have been with us for many years, and
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
A. GOMEZ, Mgr.
CLEM GOMES, Mgr.
The Kauai Soccer League starts
Its season next Sunday with Mc
Bryde meeting Lihue at the latter'n
grounds, and Koloa and Makawell
at Eleele. It looks like McBryde
should have little trouble with Li
hue, as the boys have shown little
interest and have done little or no
practicing. All the other teams hav
been busy and if the boys from the
county seat do not show a change of
attitude they are liable to find
themselves reposing In the cellar.
Lihue has some very good material
but It takes practice to play a good
game of soccer.
The Chinese' kept their lead in
the Indoor baseball league by de
feating the Hawaiians in a one-sided
battle by the score of 14-4. The
Pakes were never In danger and
held the poi eaters scoreless until
the seventh inning.
' Taking advantage of the numer
ous errors by the Legion, the Japan
ese defeated the Legionnaires by the
score of 17-16. Jimmy Spalding had
a very wonderful chance to be a hero
as he was at the bat with the tying
run on third base and two out. But
Jimmy did a casey and fanned three
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd,
HONOLULU AND HILO
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Upon application information will be cheorfully furnished in regard to
any of our lines In which you may be Interested.
Two surprises were sprung last
Monday night in the Lihue baseball
league when the Japanese defeated
the Chinese by the close score of
0-2. This was the best game that
has been played in the league to date.
The score was 3-2 up to the eighth
inning, and the Japanese made four
runs in the last half of the game
and cinched it.
The biggest surprise was when
the haloes defeated the Portuguese.
The haoles had an easy time of it in
the first eight innings and were ten
runs ahead at the beginning of the
ninth. The Portuguese scored eight
runs to tie the score. The final
the punch to put over the other two
runs to ties the score. The final
score was 16-14.
Standing of the Teams
PLAYGROUND BALL FINALS
The finals in the playground ball
series of the Kauai public school lea
gue games will be played at Lihue
park on Friday, 18th, at 2 p. m.,
immediately after the close of the
Teachers' Association meeting. The
competing teams are Makawell vs.
Kapaa, boys; and Hanalei vs. Keka
ha, girls.. Splendid games are antici
pated, and the public is urged to
KOLOA FILIPINO Y CLUB
HAVE AN ELECTION
Thirty-two members were present
at the regular Monday night meeting
of the Koloa Filipino Y.M.C.A. Club.
An election of officers was held and
the following men were elected:
Vice president Ignacio Jumaoan.
Treasurer Lorenzo Ortiga.
A very interesting discussion of
"Playing Square" was led by Mr. Sa
monte. The members are liking the
discussion very much as they are the
subjects in which they are interest
ed. Rev. R. G. Hall gave us a very
fine talk on "Building Character."
He made us understand that good
character is of more value than any
thing else. Mr. Charley, the head
luna of Knudson, also tells us many
things about plantation work that
when the boys remember will help
much during hours of work on the
Many of our members are going
to the night school started by the
Y. M. C .A. for to teach English.
We have two very fine teachers,
Miss Gilbert and Miss McMillan, who
we appreciate their teaching us.
The club and night school give the
boys something to do which is good
for them many nights in week. A.
FIRST LOT OF PORTO
About 90 dark complected laborers
of the Porto Rlcan race arrived on
the Kinau this morning to work
on the Lihue plantation. They
have all the appearance of people
who have definitely come to stay
Even the dogs were brought in some
This is the first big shipment of
the Porto Rican laborers that has
come to Kauai. A short time ago it
was reported that the Hawaiian Su
gar Planters Association bad decid
ed to bring in a number of these
people to try to fill in a few of the
many vacancies now existing on the
plantations. Just how many will be
brought is yet problematical. It will
depend largely upon the manner in
which the first shipments of them
adapt themselves to our conditions.
LIVE FOR LESS
1 0 per cent
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
Marked Down Sales